TETE is the Administrative and Military H.Q. of Tete District in Portuguese East African Territory?
Long Shot Military Garrison.
Museum and Library
Wide stretches of sand where the Zambezi used to flow before the Kariba Dam was erected. The Kariba Dam has stemmed the flow of water by four-fifths.
Truck and cars being ferried across the Zambezi. There is no bridge and all traffic and supplies from Salisbury, S.R. for Nyasaland has to be ferried across the pontoon.
Nine pantechnicons awaiting their turn to be ferried across.
After shot 8 ... shots 8a and 8b ... streets in Tete
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Background: TETE is the Administrative and Military H.Q. of Tete District in Portuguese East African Territory of Mosambique. It is sited on the Zambezi River and was established by the Portuguese approx. 1550 - over 500 years ago. When the Portuguese arrived, they found the Arab slavers already established.