The article refers to publications in three German newspapers (Tag, Hamburgischer Korrespondent, Berliner Lokalanzeiger) in which the author, Kurt Toeppen, takes the side of the Indian population in German East Africa.
Parts of the articles are cited and commented by the editor. Apart from numerous details, the main comment states that a German colony should be German and not be occupied by foreigners (i.e. Indians) under the protection of Britain, the main economic competitor of the German Empire.
III. Further Remarks
Kurt Toeppen was an ivory merchant who had spent several years in Zanzibar.
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