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About New Hebrides

The New Hebrides were ruled jointly by an Anglo-French naval commission from 16 November 1887 until 20 October 1906, when the islands came under the control of the Anglo-French Condominium, an uniquely inefficient form of government with dual bureaucracies. The English and French each maintained their own police forces, health systems, schools, prisons, and currencies (the Australian pound—replaced by the Australian dollar in 1966—and the French franc, respectively).

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