| ... Items here refer to the political unit that has been known as New Guinea, the northeastern area of the island. This was known as German New Guinea (1899-1914), then as New Guinea whila a League of Nations mandate to Australia (1921-1946) and while a United Nations Trust territory under Australia (1946-1975). In 1975 it united with Papau, as independent Papua New Guinea. .... Some new movements may be regarded as independent churches and most have expressed a cargo ideology, but in the 1970s some remained within or more connected with the churches as 'revivals'