Red rubber: the story of the rubber slave trade flourishing on the Congo in the year of grace 1906
An expose, by a horrified British investigator, of the atrocities committed against the natives of the Congo by soldiers in the employ of King Leopold of Belgium. With an introduction by Sir Harry H. Johnston. Illus.
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FROM BEHIND THE VEIL
WHAT BRITAIN DID II
Is there a Redeeming Feature?
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