Report of the International Commission of Enquiry into the existence of SLAVERY AND FORCED LABOUR.in the Republic of Liberia.

In 1922,the Third Assembly of the league of nations,on the proposal of the Sixth Committee,decided to include in the agenda of the next Assembly the question of slavery,and by a resolution of the Council steps were taken to study the question.Out of the interest the Anti-Slavery Commission was formed,with the view of continuing the investigation of the questionThis volume contains the enquiry into the existence of Slavery and forced Lagour in the rebublic of Liberia.

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This was originaly a government “Blue Book”in the familiar blue-book card-wraps.This volume has over the years been re-bound in heavy blackboards,with a nice leather spine.Size 13×8 pp4+130,some pages contain a small library stamp,plus a few pencil-marks in text.Hinges strong,binding strong,internaly clean throughout.No foxing,but quite heavily bround throughout.There is a library label to f/pd.A v/g copy of a important document.

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