Colour Conflict . Race Relations in Africa.

Here again is yet another book based on race relations in Africa entitled ‘Colour Conflict’. Published in 1943 at the height of the 2nd World War. The British Commonwealth of Nations is fighting for its ideals, and the Germans claim to be the ‘Herrenvolk’ or superior race, that they have a right to rule, and that the interests of other peoples must be subordinated to theirs.  This book looks at the British ideals, and their belief that their ideas will benefit all peoples.

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Limp pictorial covers,corners bumped with a grubby back and spine,size 7×5 pp 144,inc.index,bibliography,various lists and tables,no illustrations,text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.There is a name and address written on the ffe/p No foxing or staining,slightly age-browned,otherwise internally clean throughout.

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