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The German Colonial Experience
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Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 1. Colonial Agitation and Pre-history Chapter 4 2. Acquisition of Colonies Chapter 5 3. Charter Companies Chapter 6 4. Colonial Military and Police Chapter 7 5. Governance Chapter 8 6. Colonial Biographies Chapter 9 7. Law Chapter 10 8. Labor Chapter 11 9. Economy Chapter 12 10. Infrastructure Chapter 13 11. Science Chapter 14 12. Ecology Chapter 15 13. Religion Chapter 16 14. Education Chapter 17 15. Settler Societies and Self-Rule Chapter 18 18. Viewing the "Other" Chapter 19 19. Indigenous Responses to Colonial Rule Chapter 20 20. Judging the German Colonial Performance Chapter 21 Abbreviations Chapter 22 Sources for the Documents

About the Author

Arthur J. Knoll, the retired David E. Underdown Professor of History at The University of the South, taught African, Middle Eastern, and military history for thirty-seven years. Hermann J. Hiery holds the Chair for Modern History at the University of Bayreuth in Germany. He is a specialist in the history of Germany's former Pacific colonies and the Chairman of the German Society for Overseas history.

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A a wide-ranging edition of colonial sources which thoroughly documents German colonial rule in many and varied fields and aspects, such as administration, economy, religion, and science. It includes and integrates new and modern aspects of cultural and social sciences, gender history, and postcolonial studies. Above all, it extensively incorporates indigenous activities, views, and perceptions. -- Dr. Horst Grunder, professor, University of Munster, Germany
A major contribution to the scholarship of imperialism and to the body of materials available for teaching colonial history. It should be extremely valuable to researchers doing comparative work and to those who want a German perspective on colonial phenomena, but cannot access German archives directly. It will be equally useful for providing primary texts to students in courses on imperial, colonial, and global history. The annotations to the documents are especially helpful: sufficient, but not excessive or intimidating. -- Woodruff D. Smith, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Boston
This is a valuable collection of primary sources on the German colonial movement....Sources have been selected with care; taken together, they present a logical view of the development of German colonial policies over the decades in question....Recommended. Upper-level undergraduates through faculty/researchers. * CHOICE, December 2010 *
The goal of this book - to publish important documents related to German colonialism in all their variety and regional differences in order to make them available to a broad, non-German-speaking audience - is certainly worthwhile. * Anthropos *
The editors have succeeded in providing the reader with an interesting insight into the short-lived German colonial empire. * Yearbook of European Overseas History *

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