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According to Jason Yaeger, professor of anthropology at the University of Wisconsin, the city was already abandoned when the Incas conquered the area in 1470.
Rottnest Island has played a military role in both World War I and World War II and has also had post-war training functions, which are described below.
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World War I With the start of World War I the Department of Defence commandeered the Island for use as an internment and Prisoner of War camp from 1914 to the end of 1915.
In September 1915, the camp held 989 persons, including 841 Austrian and German internees and 148 Prisoners of War.
By Paul Darin , Epoch Times Puma Punku in Bolivia is one of the world’s most mysterious ancient sites.