Africa Speaks: A Story of Adventure. The Chronicles of the First Trans-African Journey by Motor Truck from Mombasa on the Indian Ocean to Lagos on the Atlantic, Through Central Equatorial Africa
"This is not a story of the picture, 'Africa speaks', but rather a chronicle of events.".
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CHAPTER PAGE I Twelve Thousand Miles
Sheik Ali Ben Salim
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