Nchi Yeti / Our Land.

1961

Book ID 11

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Nchi Yeti / Our Land., 1961
Extract Date: 1919 June 28

After the Peace Treaty with Germany signed at Versailles on . . .

After the Peace Treaty with Germany signed at Versailles on June 28, 1919, Great Britain undertook, under the mandate of the League of Nations, to administer the former German colony. ...

Extract ID: 989

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Nchi Yeti / Our Land., 1961

Germany acquired the right of collecting duties

in 1888 Germany acquired the right of collecting duties on the coast....

Extract ID: 268

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Nchi Yeti / Our Land., 1961

Minister for Health and Labour

Minister for Health and Labour. Mr. Derek Noel Maclean Bryceson, 38, a farmer, came to Tanganyika from Kenya in 1952. Educated at Trinity College Cambridge, he served in the Royal Air Force during the war. Formerly Asst. Minister for Social Services (1957) and Minister for Mines and Commerce (1959).

Extract ID: 132

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Nchi Yeti / Our Land., 1961

Tanganyika came under German influence

The country now known as Tanganyika came under German influence largely through the initiative of Dr. Karl Peters. In 1885, the land which Peters had acquired was placed under the protection of the Imperial German Government. A 10-mile belt along the coast was recognised as belonging to Zanzibar, but in 1888 Germany acquired the right of collecting duties on the coast and in 1890 took over the coastal strip on payment of 200,000 to the Sultan of Zanzibar.

Extract ID: 818

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Nchi Yeti / Our Land., 1961

Tanganyika Order in Council

In 1920, by the Tanganyika Order in Council, 1920, the Office of Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Territory was constituted. The administration of the Territory continued to be carried out under the terms of the mandate until its transfer to the Trusteeship System under the Charter of the United Nations by the Trusteeship Agreement of December 13, 1946.

Extract ID: 990
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