German East Africae

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German East Africae
Deutsch-Ostafrika
1891–1919
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Green: Territory comprisin German colony o German East Africae Dark grey: Ither German possessions Darkest grey: German Empire Note: The cairt uises the borders o the present-day, but the heestorical extent for German territories is depictit.
Green: Territory comprisin German colony o German East Africae
Dark grey: Ither German possessions
Darkest grey: German Empire Note: The cairt uises the borders o the present-day, but the heestorical extent for German territories is depictit.
Status German colony
Caipital Bagamoyo (1885–90)
Dar-es-Salaam (1890–1918)
Common leids German (offeecial)
Swahili, Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, Maasai, Iraqw, Chaga leids
Releegion Islam, tradeetional African releegion, Christianity (Catholic an Protestant)
Emperor  
• 1871–1888
Wilhelm I
• 1888-1888
Frederick III
• 1888–1918
Wilhelm II
Govrenor  
• 1895–96 (first)
Hermann von Wissman
• 1912–18 (last)
Heinrich Schnee
Historical era New Imperialism
27 Februar 1891
1 Julie
• Maji Maji Rebellion
21 October
• Surrender tae Breetain
25 November
28 Juin 1919
Aurie
1913 995,000 km2 (384,000 sq mi)
Population
• 1913
7700000
Currency Rupie
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Sultanate o Zanzibar
Kinrick Rwanda
Kinrick o Burundi
Tanganyika Territory
Kenyae Colony
Ruanda-Urundi
Portuguese East Africae
The day pairt o  Burundi
 Kenyae
 Mozambique
 Rwanda
 Tanzanie

German East Africae (German: Deutsch-Ostafrika) wis a German colony in the African Great Lochs region, which included whit are nou Burundi, Rwanda, an the mainland pairt o present Tanzanie (umwhile kent as Tanganyika).