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Reichstagsakten 1890/91, 8. Legislaturperiode, Volume 136, Attachment 26: Collection of Documents pertaining the Uprising in East Africa, Table of Contents VII
Nr. Datum Inhalt.

 

9.5.1890

[Leo von Caprivi to Reichstag, presents the following documents] [p.134] [S.134]

38.

27.12.1889

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.    
    Capture and Execution of Buschiris  
    p.135 S.135

39.

28.12.1889

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.    
    Situation of the stations in general. Capture of a number of rebel leaders.  
p.135
p.136
S.135
S.136

40.

1.1.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
    Expedition of chief Lt. Schmidt to southern Useguhha. Skirmish with Bana Heri.
      p.137 S.137

41.

1.1.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.

   
    Willingness of Emin to enter into German service  
      p.137 S.137

42.

25.1.1890

Telegraphic directive for the Imperial Commissioner in East Africa.
    Response to the previous report  
    p.137 S.137

43.

16.1.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.  
    Expedition of the Freiherr von Gravenreuth into the hinterland of Bagamoyo and Saadani  
p.137
p.138
S.137
S.138

44.

20.1.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.  
    Bana Heri's bush boma 'Mlembule' taken   
p.138
p.139
S.138
S.139

45.

28.1.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Economic enterprises of the Deutsch-Ostafrikanische Gesellschaft. Measures against arms trade. News of Bana Heri.
p.139
p.140
S.139
S.140

46.

24.2.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Expedition of chief Dr. Schmidt to Useguhha. Submission of Simbodja. Dispatch of traveller Ehlers to the Kilimandscharo. Collisions ofFreiherr von Gravenreuth and chief Schmidt II with Bana Heri. Establishment of amiable relations to indigenous chiefs. Agreement with the British-East African Society on arms trade. Health condition of the troops.
p.140
p.141
S.140
S.141

47.

28.3.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Skirmish at Palamakaa
p.141
p.142
S.141
S.142

48.

31.3.1890

Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Condition of the stations. The supporters of Bana Heri begin to submit. Reinvigoration of trade. Punishment of individual villages and of a hostile band of Massai. Progressing strengthening of German influence. Reconnaissance of the south.
p.142
p.143
S.142
S.143

49.

1.4.1890

Report of the oldest officer of the East African station, Corvette Captain Valette.
Boccupation of Tanga, Oangani and Dar-es-Salam, during the expedition of the Imperial commissioner against Bana Heri; reconnaissance tour to Kilwa.
p.143
p.144
S.143
S.144

50.

7.4.1890

Telegraphic Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Submission of Bana Heri
p.144 S.144

51.

7.5.1890

Telegraphic Report of the Imperial Commissioner for East Africa.
Occupation of Kilwa
      p.144 S.144

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