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Development For Exploitation book. This study is at the same time a reinterpretation of German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania 1884-1914 and a broader thesis on the interrelations between colonialism, exploitation and development.

This study is at the same time a reinterpretation of German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania 1884-1914 and a. .Indeed, only 'development' made colonial exploitation possible.

This study is at the same time a reinterpretation of German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania 1884-1914 and a broader thesis on the interrelations between colonialism, exploitation and development. The author argues that although colonialism was basically an exploitative system, much of what we nowadays call development began in Mainland Tanzania during the early phase of German colonialism.

The Journal of African History. Helsinki: Finnish Historical Society, 1995 (Studia Historica 49). Your name Please enter your name. Pp. 741. DM 88 (ISBN 3-8258-2006-8). GREGORY H. MADDOX (a1).

Development for Exploitation: German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884-1914. December 1996 · The International Journal of African Historical Studies.

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belonging to Equatorial Guinea - was accepted by the University of Leipzig in 1887 and subsequently published. German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania 1884-1914 (Helsinki, Hamburg 1994) 187-197 et passim. Koponen, Development for Explotiation 45-88.

Subjects: African Studies, Area Studies. Collections: Arts & Sciences VI Collection. Development for Exploitation. German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884-1914 by Juhani Koponen (pp. 228-230).

Juhani Koponen, Development for Exploitation: German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884–1914 . Thaddeus Sunseri, Vilimani: Labor Migration and Rural Change in Early Colonial Tanzania (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2002), pp. 55–56.

Juhani Koponen, Development for Exploitation: German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884–1914 (Helsinki: Tiedekirja, 1994). Frederick D. Lugard, The Rise of Our East African Empire, 2 vols (1893) (London: Frank Cass, 1968), I, pp. 389, 402–3. Johanna Bockman, Markets in the Name of Socialism: The Left-Wing Origins of Neoliberalism (Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2011), pp. 71–73. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

The German colonial empire (German: Deutsches Kolonialreich) constituted the overseas colonies, dependencies and territories of Imperial Germany. Unified in the early 1870s, the chancellor of this time period was Otto von Bismarck. Short-lived attempts of colonization by individual German states had occurred in preceding centuries, but crucial colonial efforts only began in 1884 with the Scramble for Africa.

Development for Exploitation: German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884 – 1914. Schriften zur Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte, Vol. 17. Berlin: Duncker und Humbolt. Emancipation without Abolition in German East Africa c. 1884–1914. Koloniale Entwicklung und Ausbeutung. Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte Deutsch-Ostafrikas 18831914. 2Mary Evelyn Townsend, The Rise and Fall of Germany’s Colonial Empire 1884 – 1918.

Development for Exploitation : German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884 - 1914, J. Koponen. Helsinki : Finnish Historical Society ; Hamburg : Lit Verlag, 1994.

This study is at the same time a reinterpretation of German colonial policies in Mainland Tanzania 1884-1914 and a broader thesis on the interrelations between colonialism, exploitation and development. The author argues that although colonialism was basically an exploitative system, much of what we nowadays call development began in Mainland Tanzania during the early phase of German colonialism. Indeed, only 'development' made colonial exploitation possible. Combining structure-led and actor-oriented approaches, the study discusses the genesis and workings of German colonial policies and traces their impact. In addition to economic policies, it covers the issues of labour, population, technology, natural resources, health and education. On the basis of extensive documentary evidence from Tanzania and Germany, it is shown how the German colonialists came to be driven by a 'development imperative', and how this unfolded amidst the conflicting interests and demands of the metropole, local colonial actors and the African people.

Development for Exploitation: German Colonial Policies in Mainland Tanzania, 1884-1914 (Studies on African History , Vol 10) epub download

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Author: Juhani Koponen

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Publisher: Lit Verlag (December 31, 1995)

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