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The Belgian Congo and The Berlin Act by  Arthur Berriedale Keith - First Edition - 1919 - from and

The Belgian Congo and The Berlin Act

by Keith, Arthur Berriedale

Condition: Fair

England: Oxford at the Clarendon Press. Hardcover. 344 pages. Index. Aims to "examine in the history of the Independent State of the Congo the defects of the Berlin Act, and to indicate the amendments which must be made in that international compact if it is to serve the high purposes for which it was destined, the extension to central Africa of the benefits of civilization and freedom of trade." - Preface. Former library copy with usual markings. Sturdily rebound in tan buckram. A sound copy. . Fair. 1919. First Edition.


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