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Bayume Husen; Mtanzania aliyeuwawa katika 'concentration camp' ya Hitler

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  1. Katoma

    Katoma Senior Member

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    Je wafahamu kuwa kuna mtanzania aliyeuwawa katika zile kambi maalum za kuwateketeza binadamu enzi za Hitler? Anaitwa, Bayume Mohamed Hussein.


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    Bayume Mohamed Husen was born (Feb 22 1904) in Dar es Salaam, German East Africa, now Tanzania, and died (Nov 24th 1944) in Sachsenhausen concentration camp. (birth name: Mahjub bin Adam Mohamed). He was an African-German Askari and actor. Husen served in World War I in the protection force of German East Africa as a child soldier. After the war and the end of German colonial rule, he could not seem to connect to the service of Great Britain, which had Tanganyika as a "mandate". Temporary Husen worked in Zanzibar as a teacher and as a "boy", as a servant to British and German ships. In 1925 he was hired on to a ship of the German East African line as a waiter.

    In 1929 he went to Berlin to demand unpaid wages of his father's and his. The request was rejected by the Foreign Office on the grounds that the fund had already been settled. Attempting to return him to Africa, Husen opposed and instead he settled in Berlin. He worked as a waiter in the "Wild West Bar" at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin from April 1930 until his dismissal in 1935.


    From 1931 to 1941 Husen was also at the "foreign studies department," of the University of Berlin as a Swahili Language instructer/assistant. He instructed officials who were to be prepared for the planned subsequent recovery of the German colonies by the German Reich. For a relatively low salary, he worked under the founder of the German African Studies, a former missionary Diedrich Westermann.

    In April 1941 he resigned his duties at the university, apparently because of the humiliating treatment by a professor. In January 1933, three days before the appointment of Hitler as Chancellor, he married Mary Schwandner. In March 1933 they bore a son, Ahmed Adam Mohamed Husen. Another daughter, Anne Marie Husen, was born in September 1936. Both of the children died during childhood.​

    Between 1934 and 1941, Bayume Mohamed Husen had starred in at least 23 German film productions. He had his first role in the movie titled "The Riders of German East Africa". In the movie "To New Shores" Husen 1937 stood alongside the main actors as an extra and also with small speaking roles. He occasionally took on the role of a consultant in the language of Swahili. His biggest role was also his last: Between August 1940 and February 1941 Husen played in the Nazi propaganda film, "Carl Peters" as Ramadan, a guide and interpreter of the "colonial pioneer," Carl Peters.

    In August 1941 he was arrested by the Gestapo( "Secret State Police") because of a relationship with a white woman (Aryan). Since there was no legal basis for a conviction - for blacks, there was indeed a ban on marriage, but no sex ban was with "Aryan women" - he transferred to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Shortly thereafter, his wife filed for divorce, probably under pressure from the Nazi authorities. After 3 years in the camp Husen died in November 1944 as a result of bad prison conditions. (ref: Bechhaus-Gerst. 2007)

    wikipedia:
    [ame]http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayume_Mohamed_Husen[/ame]



    Ukitaka kupata undani wa historia ya mtanzania huyu, soma biography yake iliyoandikwa na Prof. Marianne Bechhaus-Gerst.

    Marianne Bechhaus-Gerst: Treu bis in den Tod. Von Deutsch-Ostafrika nach Sachsenhausen. Eine Lebensgeschichte. Links-Verlag, Berlin 2007, ISBN 978-3-86153-451-8.


    Kitabu kimeandikwa kwa kijerumani.
     
  2. Saint Ivuga

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    nice and interesting history.
     
  3. Dingswayo

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    Na hili ndio jiwe la ukumbusho katika kaburi lake: Berlin-Reinickendorf's Cemetery for the Victims of War and Violence.
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    Katika mojawapo ya filamu zake:
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    Standaufnahme zu dem Film Carl Peters von 1940. Ganz vorne rechts: Mohamed Husen, zweiter von links: Louis Brody, in der Mitte: Hans Albers.

     
  4. Katoma

    Katoma Senior Member

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    I wonder if makumbusho ya taifa ina taarifa ya mtanzania huyu
     
  5. Saint Ivuga

    Saint Ivuga JF-Expert Member

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    inabidi mabaki yake yarudi home kama vipi.
     
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    KUmbe tulikua na Internationals movie star toka enzi hizo, tumpe Honorary tittle kama a legend kwnye hizo Kinara wa filamu Awards this year..too bad sex ndio ime haribu future yake .R.I.P Bayumbe
     
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    sad story.
     
  8. Sikonge

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    Safi sana Mkuu kwa hii habari.

    Hapo alipokuwa anaishi ndiyo kwa sasa ipo Sony centre Berlin.

    Ingelikuwa wenzetu basi hii park hapa chini wangeliweka ukumbusho wao Baab Kubwa.

    Kuna haja ubalozi wetu ukawa unaweka habari kama hizi kwenye website yao.

    Maelezo kutoka hii site hapa: http://offene-kartierung.de/wiki/go?DerSogenannteTansaniaPark
    Ukifungua, fanya google translation kuwa Kiingereza kama huwezi kusoma Kigerman.

    06 Plans for the Park Tanzania


    [​IMG] Hamburger Abendblatt, 21 May 2002
    Evening Gazette 2002 The cultural Jenfeld surprised by the Hamburg public in 2002 with his plans for a "Park of Tanzania. The culture was the so-called "Askari reliefs establish" new in the immediate vicinity of the monument protection forces. Also from the Nazi era dating to 1999, relief had been standing in the entrance of Lettow-Vorbeck-Kaserne, about a hundred yards from their current location. Together with Tanzania's exhibition pavilion of the EXPO 2000, the Nazi colonial heritage should now serve as a symbol of German-African friendship. This project was supported by the Hamburg Senate, politically and financially.
    07 Askari relief


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    In the center of "Tanzania parks" are today the two "Askari-reliefs. They were created in 1939 by Walter v. Ruckteschell sculptors from Dachau in World War Lettow-Vorbeck's aide in the protection force. The groups of figures, the protection of a white army officer should be with black men (Askari) and show promoters on the march, following the withdrawal of the Bundeswehr in 1999 at first going to Peter Tamm, the member of the "tradition of association and protection of former troops overseas" and 2008 in Hamburg's port city its "International Maritime Museum" opened.
    [​IMG] Hamburger Morgenpost, 6th September 2003
    MoPo? Article Against the planned "Tanzania-Park" have been raised since the summer of 2002 protests. The criticism of the re-Askari was relief. The "harmonization and geschichtsverfälschende impression" that mediated the Nazi colonial monuments, blurring the view of the actual domination of the colonial regime, it said in a statement from the University of Hamburg. The Hamburg Senate and the District Wandsbek but maintained their support for the project. A board of trustees to discuss the "issues of design of the park and the museum-design" should, broke after a few months because of irreconcilable differences between the initiators and the critiques of "Tanzania Parks" apart again.

    08 Bayume Park


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    Immediately prior to the planned official opening in September 2003 members of the Hamburg initiatives overhangs the caption "Lettow-Vorbeck-Kaserne" at the gate with the inscription "Bayume Mohammed Hussein Park. A plaque at the former Askari, whom the Nazis murdered in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, was appropriate. This should be reminded of the black victims of Nazi racial politics and colonialism. From the Plate Text: "His fate is an example of the many people of black skin color in the 'Third Reich'. The presentation of a seemingly intimate relationship between the Germans and their African, proteges' on in 1938 created "Askari relief" is punished by the reality lies. "

    09 inauguration of the so-called Park 2003 Tanzania


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    In September 2003 the Tanzania park will be officially inaugurated. In response to international criticism, now in the system of colonialism, trivializing the Prime Minister of Tanzania drew short his participation in the ceremony and went back in distance to the "Park of Tanzania. Subsequently, the Senate's Bausenator Mario Mettbach (Schill party) back whistling, who had heavily supported the establishment of the colonial monuments. The cultural association had at his inauguration ceremony do without official blessing. Although the city has bought the land from the federal government and entrusted with maintaining the culture of the plant, but officially there is the "Park of Tanzania" to this day.
    10 Tradition wreaths and counterdemonstration 2005


    [​IMG] [​IMG] Images: RAA Brandenburg, Heiko Möhle The protests against the "Park of Tanzania," persisted, even after the inauguration in September 2003. One reason for this was that continued to receive traditional militaristic associations the opportunity to take advantage of the protection forces for memorial and wreath-laying at memorial services. One in November 2005 proposed to the tradition of Remembrance Day wreath-laying associations could be prevented by a broad coalition of Hamburg's history workshops, One World Network of Hamburg, the peace movement and anti-racist groups. More: [1] and [2] (PDF)
     
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    Ni historia ya nchi
     
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    Hiyo sehemu iliyokuwepo Bar, miaka hiyo ilikuwepo hotel ya Kempinski. Hilo jengo lilivunjwa mwaka 1976. Asante kwa kutuma maana nimegundua kumbe Kempinski ipo tangu miaka mingi na Watanzania walishaanza kuingia ndani tangu miaka mingi.

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    I was happy even to hear about mpemba effect
     
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    Excuse us?
     
  13. Kiranga

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    Dang,

    Hiki kitabu inabidi akisome Dachi na kututafsiria wengine hapa.
     
  14. Companero

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    Asante kwa kutupatia historia hii murua. Pia kuna 'Mtanzania' huyo aliyekuwa anafundisha huko Ujerumani - kitabu chake kinapatikana Mkuki na Nyota/TPH pale Samora Avenue:

    MTORO BIN MWISHI BAKARI (C. 1869 - 1927): Swahili Lecturer and Author in Germany by Ludger Wimmelbucker
     
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    Comps,

    Not to nitpick or anything, nimeona ulivyoweka "Mtanzania" katika mabano.

    People, Tanzania came into being in 1964, kwa hiyo huyu mtu aliyeondoka miaka kibao kabla ya hapo, hajawahi kuwa Mtanzania,labda kama mnataka kumpa uTanzania retrospectively na posthumously.
     
  16. Companero

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    LOL, hayo ni mabano madogo (inverted comma). Hata Kinjeketile alikuwa 'Mtanzania' pia. Kama Mkwawa alivyokuwa 'Mtanzania'! Na Zinjathropus?
     
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    This is what Tanzanians needs to be proud of, not majumba yetu Oysterbay tuliyopeana kimtindo na vijisenti vetu tulivyopewa kama 10% wakati wakufanya kazi zetu za kisiasa, kama kuingia mikataba n.k
     
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    Informative... I love JF!!
     
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    hapo mkuu unenena!!
     
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    kuna historia ya Tanzania na Watanzania ambayo bado haijulikani kwa wengi,

    kwa upande wa pili HAwa Wajerumani nadhani japo walikuwa ni watawala kwa faida yao lakini, walijkuwa na program nzuri sana kwa hii nchi,
     
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