East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

Hughes, A.J.

1963

Book ID 112

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

administered by the German . . .

The area [Tanganyika] was at first administered by the German East Africa Company, whose harsh direct rule, land alienation, and forced labour policies caused so much native opposition that the Imperial Government was forced to assume control in 1891.

Extract ID: 266

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

At the end of 1916, Mr Horace Byatt

At the end of 1916, Mr (later Sir) Horace Byatt was appointed Administrator over the northern half of the country controlled by Britain.

Extract ID: 1377

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Byatt, Sir Horace

First Governor of Tanganyika

Extract ID: 142

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Cameron, Sir Donald

Tanganyika’s second British Governor

Extract ID: 152

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Editor of: East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

Editor of: East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda

Extract ID: 338

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

his purview was extended

In January 1919, his purview was extended to the whole of Tanganyika. Eighteen months later British administration took on a more formal basis by the promulgation of the Tanganyika Order in Council, in terms of which Byatt’s title was changed to that of Governor. He was empowered to make ordinances ‘for the good government of the country’.

Extract ID: 1378

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Sir Donald Cameron

... Sir Donald Cameron, who succeeded Byatt in 1925. He was a different man, and indeed believed that his predecessor had failed to give a lead to the country or lay down any clear lines of policy.

Extract ID: 1379

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Sir Richard Turnbull

In July 1958, Sir Richard Turnbull had succeeded Sir Edward Twining as Governor. He had previously been chief secretary in Kenya, during the Emergency, and he had seen the violence and bloodshed which had resulted from a people’s discontent with their conditions and the slowness of their political advance.

Extract ID: 1386

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Hughes, A.J. East Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, 1963

Sir Richard Turnbull summoned Julius Nyerere

Sir Richard Turnbull summoned Julius Nyerere and asked him to form a government

Extract ID: 1387
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