Tony Brunt is an Auckland writer and researcher who specialises in the photographic legacy of the German colonial period in Samoa. He is of English, German and Samoan descent. Tony has created an online photo exhibition on the German Samoa theme for the Museum of Samoa, "To Walk Under Palm Trees," viewable at http://germansinsamoa.net/ (His presentation on the German plantations of colonial Samoa was first delivered at Auckland Museum in February 2015.)

"To Walk Under Palm Trees - The Germans in Samoa: Snapshots from Albums:

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Watch these Pacific Islanders run the show.

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