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Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands is located in Oceania and comprises approximately 1,000 islands. It has an estimated population of 523,000 as of 2009 and a total land area of 10,965 sq mi.
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the Solomon islands are not part of a continent they are islands formed by volcanic activity and there are still many active volcanoes among them.
From August of 1942 until February of 1943, the United States andJapan fought savagely over a central island in the Solomonisland-chain: Guadalcanal. Despite many losses over the course ofthe battle, the American forces eventually pushed the Japanesedefenders off of the island, thus gaining victory...
There's lots of Solomon Island language... in my language you say vea sigoi
A chain of islands is called an archipelago.
Causes . Accidental and deliberate discharge of crude oil into the ocean by cargo ships is regarded as one of the prime causes of pollution of the water body. . Dumping of industrial wastes into ocean is another reason for marine pollution. The wastes often contain toxic materials such as...
The Solomon Islands have their capital at Honiara, on Guadalcanal.
The Solomon Islands are ahead of England by... . 11 hrs. from the last Sun. of Oct. until the last Sun. of Mar. . 10 hrs. from the last Sun. of Mar. until the last Sun. of Oct.
The Solomon campaign didn't officially end until August 21, 1945 - 6 days after Japan surrendered unconditionally to the allies.
Guadalcanal. Then later Choiseul and Cape Gloucester. There were several large Naval Battles, including the Naval battle of Guadalcanal, the Battle of Savo Island, and one of the four great carrier battles of 1942, the Battle of the Eastern Solomons.
The Hawaiian islands are north of the equator and the Solomon Islands are in within the southern tropic, which means that the Falkland Islands are furthest south.. The Falkland Islands.
The Coral Sea is found between Australia and the Solomon Islands.
Solomon islands is not poor, we have all our resources that are still to harvest, i think the best question that should pose is where are all the aid donors money gone to for improve standard of living? to catch up with deveplop world standard or the mellinium goals.
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He acted as if he was more important than god.
it became independent (spl fail sorry lol) on July 7th 1978. now MY question is, how the hell they BECAME indepancent like what occured for them to acheieve this.. ugh
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January, 1942 - August 21, 1945. See the Related Link for more details on the Solomon Islands campaign.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solomon_Islands_campaign
Honiara is the capital of the Solomon Islands. I lived there for about 3 years :)
No. The Solomon Islands form a quite separate country to Papua New Guinea.
Out of the listed countries, the Solomon Islands are closest to New Zealand.
Baffin Island is located in theCanadian territory of Nunavut. Iqaluit is the capital of theCanadian territory of Nunavut.
They are called Solomon Islanders. The ethnic make-up is: Melanesian - 94.5%; Polynesian - 3%; Micronesian - 1.2%; and Chinese are about 1,000 strong.
The Solomon Islands' area is 11,000 square miles (28,400 squarekilometers).
It's Honiara. Its name is misnomer from the original name in Guadalcanal language, Nagoniara. "Nagoniara" means in front of the wind.
because the solomon's wrent in the war
Honiara is the capital city of theSolomon Islands.
Before WWII the Islands were a British colony for some fifty years. Since 1978 the Solomon Islands are an independent, self-governing sovereign nation, though retaining close ties to Australia.
Roughly 11,000 allied (Australians, New Zealanders, and Americans) were killed. 80,000 Japanese troops were killed.
In the Solomon islands, there is a total of almost 1000 islands.
The Battle of Guadalcanal which lasted from August 7 , 1942 through February 9 , 1943 .
Honiara is the capital city of theSolomon Islands.
If you mean the Old Testament Solomon, then no. The Solomon Islands are in the southwestern Pacific, many thousands of miles from the biblical lands. The first European to land on the Solomons did think he had arrived at Solomon's lands -- he had no idea where he was, in fact, because no one...
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The Solomon Islands has no president, it is a constitutional monarchy. Queen Elizabeth II is the monarch of the Solomon Islands.
January 1942 - August 21, 1945 the Solomon Islands were taken and the Allied Forces won them back.
Absolutely! I've been here about 9 months and there have been about 3 that I've noticed (probably many more smaller ones). It's part of the Pacific Ring of Fire (I think that's what it's called) and earthquakes are a common thing.
i wish to make friends with the families of Richard l bertrand he is from Lincoln street in California healdsburg he might been killed in the battle of the pacific during the world war 2 i would be greatfull if you can help me to locate any of his relatives so that we chart together thank chris...
11,157 sq miles (28,896 km²)..
No - Solomon Islands is a country of about 1000 islands found just East of Papua New Guinea. Hawaii is over 5700km (or 3500 miles) North East of Solomon Islands.
Bamako, the capital of Mali, is the furthest north.
The Solomon Islands are a country in Australia & Oceania.
Solomon Islands is an island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, it is not a part of any continent, but it is grouped with Oceania (or commonly referred to as Australia & Oceania).
No. In fact, homosexual activity is illegal in the Solomon Islands.
The capital of the Solomon Islands is Honiara. honiara Honiara is the capital city of theSolomon Islands.
yes they say a special chant and they belive the trees will be gone after that.
In 1886, Great Britain and Germany divided the islands between them, but sometime later Britain was given full control and leadership of the entire territory. The Japanese invaded the islands at around 1942, but, in 1945, Britain regained control.
The flight time is approximately 3 hours, 54 minutes.
if you meant solomon islands, they are high islands:)
The Solomon Islands are always eleven hours ahead of Gambia.
To shore up their flank against the U.S. Navy. Basically, the causation follows the general expansion of defensive perimeter following Japan's invasion of islands further North and West. This was in order to protect it's land campaigns in Asia from Allied forces across the pacific. All of this,...
What is the Larges island in the Solomon group
Answer Jamaica
they make there living by farming, cashcropes and woman tend to sew
Guadalcanal is the largest island of the Solomon Islands.
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Honiara is the capital city of theSolomon Islands.
Population: 571,890 (July 2011 est.) That's the most recent update of the population on record that I found.
The Solomon Islands use country code +677. There are no city codesor area codes. The local number is 5 or 7 digits.
Telephone country code +677 (dialed as 00 677 from many places) is the Solomon Islands . (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is...
Telephone country codes never begin with zero. Country code +677, dialed as 00 677 from many places, is theSolomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Country code +7, dialed as 006 7 from many places, is Russia andKazakhstan. A number beginning with +7 7 is from Kazakhstan. To avoid confusion, it is...
To say please, you actually say thanks. They are opposite to the english language. so, Please means thankyou and thankyou means please. i hope this helps
The Solomon Islands are in the Pacific.