The history of the vessel in the colonial conflicts and African independence is parallel narrated. Accompanied by such diverse people as Kaiser Wilhelm II and the former Governor German East Africa, Heinrich Albert snow and entrepreneur Josef Lambert Meyer, the eccentric British Geoffrey Basil Spicer Simson and Captain Leutnant zur see Gustav Zimmer, as well as the shipyard workers Anton Ruter, Hermann Wendt and Rudolf Taey. Their descendants come to Word next to the historic companions. Of course the passengers of the Liemba and its current crew to Captain Titus Benjamin Mnyanyi. Hear other arguments on the topic with Michael Chabon. Also politicians from Tanzania and Germany, representatives of today's MEYER WERFT GmbH as well as various initiatives for the rehabilitation of the old lady. The entertaining and enjoyable text with some previously unpublished details of background detail illustrated by extensive image material.
More information here: the authors: Sarah Paulus: freelance writer with a particular focus on travel reports and current issues surrounding politics, people and culture. Their articles and reports were among others in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, the Suddeutsche Zeitung, the morning post, the daily Der Tagesspiegel, the world on Sunday as well as published at Spiegel Online. Rolf G. Wacke mountain: His photographic work is focused mainly on the areas of reportage, people and street, completed about topics such as music and graffiti scene. Publications in the Tagesspiegel, Suddeutsche Zeitung, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Spiegel Online, the world of Sunday, spree newspapers and various magazines.