East African, Tanganyika, British government, Tanzania
East African Groundnuts Scheme. During the late 1940s the British government tried to create vast plantations in Tanganyika (now known as Tanzania) for growing groundnuts (peanuts). Seen here are Dandies of the tragogo tribe. O15015-005
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