Emancipation Without Abolition in German East Africa, C. 1884-1914

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This study examines the complex history of slavery in East Africa, focusing on the area that came under German colonial rule. In contrast to the policy pursued at the time by other colonial powers in Africa, the German authorities did not legally abolish slavery in their colonial territories. However, despite government efforts to keep the institution of slavery alive, it significantly declined in Tanganyika in the period concerned. The book highlights the crucial role played by the slaves in the process of emancipation.

Emancipation Without Abolition in German East Africa, C. 1884-1914 2006, Ohio University Press, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780821417201

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Emancipation Without Abolition in German East Africa, C. 1884-1914 2006, Ohio University Press, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780821417195

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