What are the two nations called in Samoa?
Samoa and American Samoa
Samoa and American Samoa
Samoa and American Samoa
yes it is actually. the top of Samoa is called Samoa and the bottom of Samoa is called Upolu.
If you mean the two countries, they are Samoa (formerly known as Western Samoa) and American Samoa or Tutuila, known also as Eastern Samoa.
The islands of samoa located in the south central pacific, north of Tonga and East of Fiji. There are two different island nations: Samoa (formerly Western Samoa), and American Samoa. Both are comprised of several islands.
Samoa was split into 2 separate nations in the early 1900's during WWI. America took he eastern islands (now American Samoa) and Germany took the western islands (now Samoa).
it is called western Samoa because Samoa is divided into two parts, American Samoa and western Samoa. After colonialism came to Samoa, America took control of Eastern Samoa which adapted the name "American Samoa". While Germany (and later NZ) took control of Western Samoa, who then took on the name "Western Samoa". No called SAMOA. The nation dropped the "western" in 1997.
Because Apia is the captial of Upolu IN Samoa (the two island Upolu & Savaii)
there are two islands of western samoa. the main island is called 'Upolu which is home to the capital, Apia. the other island is called Savai'i.
The Two Samoas are American Samoa and Western Samoa. Western Samoa is consisted of the two islands Upolu and Savaii. Between those two islands, Savai'i is the largest. It is NOT called WESTERN SAMOA. Just Samoa. There are seven islands in total in Samoa. But only 3 of which are occupied by Samoan people. The largest is Savaii, followed by Upolu. Then you have Apolima (which is the 3rd inhabited island), Manono, Nuulua, Nuutele, Namua… Read More
No, Samoa, officially the Independent State of Samoa, is a country in the South Pacific Ocean admitted to the United Nations on December 15, 1976.
The founders of Samoa were of Samoan nationality. Samoa became an independent country from New Zealand in 1962 and was admitted into the United Nations in 1976.
interstate compact a treaty is an agreement between two nations.
A formal agreement between two or more nations is called a treaty.
Samoa is an island nation. Island nations are a part of a hobbled together continent called Oceania. Oceania is made up of all of various islands scattered around the oceans of the world. Particularly the many islands in between Australia, Asia, and the Americas
Apia is the capital of Samoa. It is no longer called Western Samoa.
A taro that used to grow in samoa,well started in samoa but unable to grow in samoa anymore. but its now in fiji but it is still called the tausala samoa.
Samoa used to be known as Western Samoa when it was owned by Germany until 1962 when it became its own independent nation.
American Samoa and Tokelau
Apia is the capital and the largest city of Samoa.
At the beginning of WW1 Samoa was called German Samoa and in the early days of the war it was occupied by New Zealand. At the begining of WW2 Samoa, then called Western Samoa was still under New Zealand's protection and allied itself with the allies.
They are the same in that Samoans in American Samoa and Samoa (once Western Samoa) have the same heritage. However, American Samoa is a US territory while Samoa is an independent nation. So they are in effect two different countries.
The name of the currency used in Samoa is called the tala.
Samoa is located in the South Western Hemisphere. They are called "The HEART of the Pacific."
there are only two court in American Samoa
When two or more nations experience a lessening of hostilities the result is called detente. The United States and the Soviet Union experience this in the early 1980s.
the civil war. the partition. the separation.
It was a German protectorate from 1900 to 1914, consisting of the islands of Upolu, Savai'i, Apolima and Manono. After 1920, the League of Nations gave it to England. After 1946, New Zealand administered it until independence in 1962. It is now part of Independent Samoa
Because it was named after a famous chief who was from Samoa
First it is no longer called Western Samoa. Its just Samoa or the formal name Independent state of Samoa. The elections start today 4th March 2011.
It is called an alliance or it could be a treaty depending on the context of said agreement
No. Samoa is an independent nation while American Samoa is an American overseas territory. Germans and American feuded over Samoa. The territory was eventually split into two: Western (or German) Samoa and Eastern (or American) Samoa. Western Samoa eventually became independent while Eastern Samoa still remains an American territory.
yes, she has two children with Samoa joe
No, two different countries.
A formal agreement between two countries is called a treaty or a pact.
This museum is called the Museum of Samoa.
American Samoa, Cayman Islands, Chinese Taipei, Czech Republic, Liechtenstein.
Tonga - Tongan, English. Samoa - Samoan, English.
The two that I know of from New Zealand is Air New Zealand and Virgin Samoa.
yes there are many kind of phones found in Samoa and there called this phone blackberry
The country called Samoa, previously Western Samoa.
It used to be one whole country. Samoa. Until world war I when the US occupied American Samoa for its naval base in Pago Pago, and Western Samoa was occupied by Germany, and then NZ. Now, Samoa (no longer called Western Samoa) is an independent country, whereas American Samoa is still a US territory (but is governed by Samoan representatives and a Samoan Governor). So now there is American Samoa and Samoa.
Located in the South Pacific between Hawaii and New Zealand, Samoa consists of two entities; Western Samoa - an independent nation since 1961, and American Samoa - a U.S. Territory since 1900. Samoa is generally referred to as the "Cradle of Polynesia".
Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, Fiji, New Guinea, Solomon Islands
Check out the link... Theres no more "western" in the name. It's just SAMOA now.