Colonial Treatises

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Koloniale Abhandlungen is a German monographic series that was published by Süsserott in Berlin and dealt with colonial questions. The series appeared from 1905 to 1919, after the First World War only a few titles. A total of a few dozen titles were published, many in double or multi-numbered volumes. Wilhelm Süsserott was the court bookseller Sr. Kgl. Highness of the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin . Thematically, it extended to titles such as The Nation of Bastards , The Significance of the Alcohol Question for our Colonies , The Negro's Cultural Ability and the Educational Tasks of the Cultivated Nations , Can the White Race Acclimatise in the Tropics? , On the population and race problems in the colonies and How is the best way to train negroes to work in plantations? as well as many other colonial topics and time issues. From 1901 to 1915, the publishing house also published the Süsserotts Kolonialbibliothek . The following overview does not claim to be up-to-date or complete:

Germany and its colonial empire 1914:
  • The German Imperium
  • German colonies
  • Overview

    • 1 the nation of bastards. Maximilian Bayer . 1906
    • 2 The schools in our colonies. Wilhelm Lattmann . 1907
    • 3 The Economic Development of German East Africa 1885–1905. Karl Most. 1906
    • 4 The truth about the Heidenmission and its opponents: Lecture given on October 9, 1904 in the Frommelhaus in Karlsruhe. J. Scholze. 1905
    • 5 Sheep wool with regard to sheep and goat breeding in German South West Africa: a contribution to the knowledge of our colonies. F. Schultz. 1906
    • 6 Ethiopism in South Africa. Karl Axenfeld. 1907
    • 7 The great epochs of modern colonial history: extended lecture, given at the Institute for Oceanography at the University of Berlin on November 29, 1906. Ernst Levy von Halle . 1907
    • 8/9 German East Africa. Wilhelm Black . 1907
    • 10 Commercial collaboration in colonial activity: Lecture given at the 33rd General Assembly of the German Trading Conference on April 9, 1907. August Werner. 1907
    • 11 Animal husbandry in Africa. Detmar Kürchhoff. 1907
    • 12 The settlement on Kilimandjaro and Meru . Emil Theodor Förster. 1907
    • 13/14 The importance of the alcohol question for our colonies. Max Fiebig. 1908
    • 15 The Negro's cultural ability and the educational tasks of the cultural nations. Alexander Lion . 1908
    • 16 Can the white race acclimate in the tropics? H. Sunder. 1908
    • 17/18 The legal nature of the concessions and letters of protection in the German protected areas. Kurt Romberg. 1908
    • 19/20 Prince Bismarck's colonial policy initiative. Oskar Canstatt. 1908
    • 21/22 The emigration to the German colonies: taking into account the economic and climatic conditions; a colonial economic study with special reference to official and semi-official publications (with information on information centers, profitability calculations & c.). Matthias Deeken. 1908
    • 23 Small settlement: Lecture in the Evangel. Workers' association in Dresden (southern group); a contribution to the settlement question in the German protected areas. M. Hans Klössel. 1908
    • 24 England as a world power in the twentieth century ... Harbart. 1909
    • 25 Adolf Lüderitz: a biographical sketch together with the publication of some previously unknown letters. Hubert Henoch. 1909
    • 26 The worker question in the German South Seas: an economic-legal colonial study. Emanuel Backhaus. 1909
    • 27/28 The economic geographic and political conditions of the Caprivi Strip. Franz Seiner. 1909
    • 29 Rational ostrich farming in South Africa. Hans Berthold. 1909
    • 30 cotton cultivation in German colonies. Moritz Schanz. 1909
    • 31 German peasant colonies in Russia: a contribution to orientation about their condition and about the return migration movement. Adolf Lane. 1910
    • 31 What are the prospects for Germans in South America? Alexander Backhaus . 1911
    • 32/33 Marble finds in German South West Africa in Swakopmund , Sphinx, Navachab , Habis, Karibib , Cubas. Florian Hagen. 1910
    • 34/35 India's position in the British Empire: a lecture. George Curzon of Kedleston . 1910
    • 36/37 On the question of fertilization in the German colonies. Paul Vageler. 1911
    • 38 The Emigration of Women and Children to the British Colonies. Philalethes Kuhn . 1911
    • 39/41 Draft of a protected area law and justification. Kurt Romberg. 1911
    • 42/46 Government Achievements on the South West African Land and Mining Issue. Paul Leutwein . 1911
    • 47/50 Arable farming in German South West Africa: dry farming and its application in DSWA Arthur Golf . 1911
    • 51 What are the prospects for Germans in South America? Alexander Backhaus . - Anast. Dr. 1919
    • 52/56 The economic development trend in Egypt and in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Carl Pyritz. 1912
    • 57/60 Report on the work of the Wildlife Protection Commission of the German Colonial Society. German Colonial Society / Wildlife Protection Commission. 1912
    • 61/63 Today's India: Foundations and Problems of British-Indian Rule; after studies and observations during the trip to India ... of the Crown Prince of the German Empire and of Prussia; Lecture given at the general meeting of the Society for Geography in Berlin on June 9, 1911. Georg Wegener. 1912
    • 64/65 What is the best way to train negroes to work in plantations? Alexander Merensky . 1912
    • 66 The training of colonial officials. Hans Zache. 1912
    • 67 On the Population and Racial Problems in the Colonies <A Colonial Program>; Lecture given on October 31, 1912 in the German Colonial Society , Dept. Western Suburbs. Hans Ziemann . 1912
    • 68/69 German East Africa and its white and black inhabitants. George of Byern. 1913
    • 70 The divining rod . Bernhard Matuschka. 1913
    • 71 The profitability of the oil palm . Konrad Löns. 1913
    • 72/74 Country and people on the southeastern Moluccas, the Bismarck Archipelago and the Solomon Islands . Friedrich Burger. 1913
    • 75/76 Who can emigrate to Argentina? Siegfried Frh. V. Plotho. - 3rd edition 1919
    • 77/78 Brazil: the youngest great power. 1919
    • 79/80 Settlement opportunities in Western Siberia. Julius Henning. 1919

    See also

    References and footnotes

    1. No. 4
    2. digitized version (1st A.)
    3. Süsserott's colonial library

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