T.B.R. Westgate with German askari after shooting a leopard, Kiboriani, 1905, 1905
Scope and Contents
161 x 119 mm. Showing Westgate standing in the centre of a group of five German-trained African soldiers, with a dead leopard lying at their feet, the second hed had shot. The askaris were sent to Kiboriani by the German authorities to protect the missionaries at the outbreak of the Maji-Maji Rebellion in 1905. Part of the stockade erected at this time can be seen in the background.
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Good condition, apart from some fading across the top half of the print.
Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Westgate, Thomas Buchanan Reginald, fl1899 - 1936 (missionary) (Person)
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