The Nauru Military Museum was built by the Phosphae company
to highlight Nauru history. Thanks to Stan
Gajda, (former curator) for description of the collection. The
Nauru Museum is closed apparently while the locals continue with
island-wide land disputes.
collection was largely donated by Gajda, and includes many WWII
artifacts, including Japanese rifles, infantry machine guns, bombs
and WWII displays.
cases with displays of ammunition,
bullets and other artifacts, including a Japanese Type 41 (1908)
75 mm mountain gun.