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Special collectivity of France in the southwest Pacific Ocean, south of Vanuatu, about 1210 km east of Australia and 17,000 km from Metropolitan France. Wikipedia

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  • Geography of New Caledonia

    Overseas collectivity of France located in the subregion of Melanesia, makes the continental island group unique in the southwest Pacific. Among other things, the island chain has played a role in preserving unique biological lineages from the Mesozoic. Wikipedia

  • Administrative divisions of New Caledonia

    Divided into three provinces, which in turn are divided into 33 communes. Also a system of eight tribal areas for the indigenous Kanak people, and three decentralized subdivisions. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forNew Caledonia

    • However some limited long-distance trade did continue, with similar cultural practices and late-period items also being found in Fiji, New Caledonia, the Bismarks and the Solomons.Vanuatu-Wikipedia
    • In the French special collectivity of New Caledonia, 97% of the population can speak, read and write French while in French Polynesia this figure is 95%, and in the French collectivity of Wallis and Futuna, it is 84%.French language-Wikipedia
    • In Oceania, France obtained a leading position as imperial power after making Tahiti and New Caledonia protectorates in 1842 and 1853, respectively.Pacific Ocean-Wikipedia
    • More and more colonies abandoned Vichy, joining the Free French territories of French Equatorial Africa, Polynesia, New Caledonia and others who had sided with de Gaulle from the start.Axis powers-Wikipedia
    • The Naval General Staff still wanted to cut the sea links between Australia and the United States by capturing New Caledonia, Fiji, and Samoa.Pacific War-Wikipedia
    • During the argument which followed, de Gaulle reminded Truman that the US was using the French port of Nouméa in New Caledonia as a base against the Japanese.Charles de Gaulle-Wikipedia

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