Name ID 603
At the end of 1916, Mr (later Sir) Horace Byatt was appointed Administrator over the northern half of the country controlled by Britain.
Ofcansky, Thomas P and Yeager, Rodger Historical Dictionary of Tanzania
Page Number: 35
Extract Date: 1916-1961
1916-20 Sir Horace Archer Byatt
1920-24 Sir Horace Archer Byatt
1925-31 Sir Donald Charles Cameron
1931-34 Lieut-Col Sir G.S.Symes
1934-38 Sir H MacMichael
1938-41 Sir Mark A. Young
1941-45 Sir Wilfred E.F. Jackson
1945-49 Sir William D Battershill
1949-58 Sir Edward Francis Twining
1958-61 Sir Richard Turnbull
In January 1919, his purview was extended to the whole of Tanganyika. Eighteen months later British administration took on a more formal basis by the promulgation of the Tanganyika Order in Council, in terms of which Byatt’s title was changed to that of Governor. He was empowered to make ordinances ‘for the good government of the country’.
... Sir Donald Cameron, who succeeded Byatt in 1925. He was a different man, and indeed believed that his predecessor had failed to give a lead to the country or lay down any clear lines of policy.
editors East Africa
Extract Date: 1960 September 01
Sir Richard Turnbull summoned Julius Nyerere and asked him to form a government