During the German rule of Tanzania nearly half a million people
entered colonial wage labour circuits. Framed within the context of
industrialization in Germany, this study examines the social and
environmental consequences of labour migration in early colonial
Tanzania. Case studies are used to explore the transformations in
slavery and porterage, social and work life on plantations and
railways, and gendered conflict at the household and village level.
It also looks at how rural social change intersected with the Maji
Maji rebellion of 1905.
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