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|Series||Oxford studies in African affairs|
|LC Classifications||BV3625.T3 W74|
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|Pagination||xiv, 249 p;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||77855553|
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Buy German Missions in Tanganyika, (Study in African Affairs) by Wright, Marcia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices German missions in Tanganyika free delivery on eligible :// Get this from a library.
German missions in Tanganyika, Lutherans and Moravians in the Southern Highlands. [Marcia Wright] -- The Lutheran Church is very much a part of the social fabric of mainland Tanzania. Its backgrounds as a missionary church with mainly German connections contributed to self-reliance harmonizing with 「German missions in Tanganyika, Lutherans and Moravians in the Southern Highlands」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。 German missions in Tanganyika, Lutherans and Moravians in the Southern Highlands by Marcia Wright （Oxford studies in African affairs） Clarendon Press, Tanganyika InBritish and Belgian troops occupied German East Africa; in the Treaty of Versailles Germany had to cede all its colonies.
In the League of Nations granted the mandate over the Tanganyika territory to Britain, over Ruanda-Urundi to Belgium. The German plantation owners and businessmen were replaced by Britons (and others). Plate Kempe’s Aranda to German wordlist with English translation by T.
Strehlow, –91. 13 Plate Pages of Reuther’s manuscript of volume 5 containing data about eight languages of the Lake Eyre Basin, date range –.
14 Plate Oskar Liebler of Hermannsburg Mission German East Africa, /19 Tanganyika as a geographical and political entity did not take shape before the period of High Imperialism; its name only came into use after the bulk of German East Africa was transferred to Britain as a mandate by the League of Nations in What is referred to here therefore is the history of the region that was to become :// - August Gottlieb Spangenberg writes An Account of the Manner in Which the Protestant Church of the Unitas Fratrum, or United Brethren, Preach the Gospel, and Carry On Their Missions Among the Heathen.
Originally written in the German language, the book ~hculbert/ 1891-1941 book West Africa (Sierra Leone), and Nigeria missions, (32 reels) Part Egypt mission, (17 reels) Part Egypt mission (14 reels) Part South Africa, Kenya and Nyanza missions, (15 reels) Section V: Missions to the Americas.
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View. Show These books contain twelve monthly issues of P.H.I, and include highly important articles and letters on East African philately. (Note: The principal articles on British East Africa, German East Africa,Tanganyika and Uganda by Dr.
Pennycuick and Stuart Rossiter, have been used as the basis for the E.B. Proud postal history series) In recent years, the study of mission history has achieved a remarkable vitality, partly owing to the ready availability of material but deriving more fundamentally from a growing integration with the major thrusts of contemporary African historiography.
Wright, M. () German Missions in Tanganyika, Oxford: Clarendon Press The Archdiocese of Paderborn is a Roman Catholic metropolitan see in Germany.
The metropolitan archbishop is Archbishop Hans-Josef Becker, appointed in The German military administered central Tanganyika virtually until the onset of World War I. 81 With German civil officers thin on the ground, Swahili-speaking agents from the Indian Ocean coast performed the daily work of government.
Neither German officers nor their subordinates were willing to intervene in Kaguru and Gogo people's intimate Get this from a library. Missionsschule und sozialer Wandel in Ostafrika Der Beitr. evang.
Missionsges. Entwicklung d. Schulwesens in Tanganyika - [Johanna Eggert] Search over newspaper titles from the largest collection of newspaper archives online.
Find marriage, birth, obituaries, local news, sports and more for :// This mission activity continued to bear fruit in spite of the interruptions of the Hehe/German War inthe Majimaji war of /6, the 1st World War and later on the 2nd World War of Formation of the She will conduct research for a book entitled, Between Orality and Literacy: Music in the Moravian Missions, – In this project she will investigate the vibrant music traditions of German Moravians, traditions that were primarily based on singing and improvisation of :// Beginning with the 17th c.
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Presumably the same title is rendered as "German Imperial Commissioner" in the case of Heligoland, a strategically located once-Danish island Tanganyika was a territory administered by the United Kingdom from until The UK initially administered the territory as an occupying power with the Royal Navy and British Indian infantry seizing the territory from the Germans in From 20 JulyBritish administration was formalised by Tanganyika being created a British League of Nations ://(territory).
A new class of elite emerged. Africans educated mainly in English and French emerged, these later served as doctors, lawyers, clerks, teachers, catechists, agriculturalists and priests who played a great role of spreading Christianity. For example, inAfricans were ordained as priests of the University Mission to Central Africa in :// Dec.7/80, Barclay Baby Belle Germany.
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