مجلة الدراسات الإفريقية
Volume 3, Numéro 5, Pages 14-32
Authors : Moncef Bakail .
This study attempts to analyze the British agrarian policy in Tanganyika territory (Tanzania today) under British mandate with special reference to the first governor of the territory Sir Horace Byatt (1919 – 1924) who was neglected by historians. However, Tanganyika became under British Mandate after the partition of German colonies in Africa between Britain, France and Belgium and approved by the League of Nations. Furthermore, this study attempts to assess the British agrarian policy pursued by the British Authorities in Tanganyika. It first, makes a comparison between Tanganyika, Kenya and Algeria, and then tries to compare African and non-African agriculture. It seeks to explain the relation between the governor Sir Horace Byatt and the settlers and the relation with Africans. What was British policy in the fields of land policy and labour supply?
The British Agrarian policy in Tanganyika , Tanganyika, under the governorship of sir Horace Byatt, Tanzania, African Agriculture, The South African solution, Kilimanjaro,,,,,,
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