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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Hong Kong 32495
2 Puerto Rico 28389
3 Isle of Man 13799
4 Greenland 12398
5 Macau 11635
6 Gibraltar 9840
7 Brunei 9753
8 Guam 9218
9 Bermuda 9014
10 Faroe Islands 7883
11 Jersey 6544
12 Cayman Islands 6247
13 Falkland Islands 6049
14 Saint Lucia 5969
15 Pitcairn Islands 5957
16 New Caledonia 5372
17 United States Virgin Islands 4981
18 Montserrat 4556
19 Guernsey 4528
20 Turks and Caicos Islands 4377
21 French Polynesia 4324
22 American Samoa 4259
23 Marshall Islands (autonomous territory) 4109
24 British Virgin Islands 4037
25 Cook Islands 4015
26 Northern Mariana Islands (autonomous territory) 3657
27 Christmas Island 3255
28 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 3238
29 Sultan - Hassanal Bolkiah, Sultan of Brunei (1967–present) 3176
30 Niue 2980
31 Rhodesia returned to colonial status on December 12, 1979 2959
32 Antigua 2904
33 Norfolk Island 2826
34 Federated States of Micronesia (autonomous territory) 2508
35 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 2398
36 Tokelau 2396
37 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 1796
38 Mayotte 1705
39 Wallis and Futuna 1491
40 Southern Rhodesia 971
41 Saint Helena and Dependencies 759
42 Belize 488
43 Gilbert Islands 426
44 New Hebrides - condominium together with France 375
45 Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands 271
46 Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla 90
47 # Ricardo Bordallo, Governor of Guam (1975–1979) 87
48 # Peter Coleman, Administrator of Norfolk Island (1979–1981) 41
49 # Lee Moore, Premier of Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla (1979–1980) 33
50 # Walter Lini, Chief Minister of New Hebrides (1979–1991) 32
51 # Lavity Stoutt, Chief Minister of the British Virgin Islands (1979–1983) 28
52 # Willard Wheatley, Chief Minister of the British Virgin Islands (1971–1979) 21
53 # Paul Southwell, Premier of Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla (1978–1979) 21
54 # Marthinus T. Steyn, Administrator-General of South West Africa (1977–1979) 15
55 # Sir Desmond Fitzpatrick, Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey (1974–1979) 14
56 # Paul McDonald Calvo, Governor of Guam (1979–1983) 11
57 # Gerrit Viljoen, Administrator-General of South West Africa (1979–1980) 11
58 # Sir Peter Whiteley, Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey (1979–1985) 6
59 # José Garcia Leandro, Governor of Macau (1974–1979) < 5
60 # Pierre Eydoux, Prefect of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (1977–1979) < 5
61 # Desmond Vincent O'Leary, Administrator of Norfolk Island (1976–1979) < 5
62 # Gérard Leymang, Chief Minister of New Hebrides (1978–1979) < 5
63 # Henri Beaux, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (1976–1979) < 5
64 # Clément Bouhin, Prefect of Saint Pierre and Miquelon (1979–1981) < 5
65 # Pierre Isaac, Administrator Superior of Wallis and Futuna (1979–1980) < 5
66 South West Africa < 5
67 # Melo Egídio, Governor of Macau (1979–1981) < 5

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