Maji Maji Rebellion
The Scramble for Africa starts with the Berlin Conference.
Germany has established authority over Tanzania.
Count Adolf Von Gotzen demands that the Tanzanian villagers would grow cotton as cash crops.
The German government sends 1000+ soldiers to attack the tribesmen and they try to weaken their men by destroying supplies.
August 4, 1905
August 14, 1905
August 25, 1905
Matumbi people declare war on the Germans. They destroy the cotton plants and the trading post.
Kinjikitile is hung for treason and another spirit medium continued to lead the revolt.
Tribesmen attack a small group of missionaries on a safari.
Kinjikitile's medicine is tested.
October 21, 1905
The Southwest of German East Africa is mitigated.
The rebellion is officially over.