Rivers of Blood, Rivers of Gold – Europe’s Conflict with Tribal Peoples.

Over the course of four centuries, a handful of states at the western edge of Europe set their mark on the peoples of four continents. Their weapons were cunning and breathtaking courage, ingenuity and endurance, steel and cordite– and treachery and disease. Their stories have been presented as epics of exploration and adventure,and as squalid displays of colonial exploration. Whereabouts, on that spinning axis, does the truth lie?

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H/b in nice clean and sharp boards,in a v/g protected pictorial d/w.size 9×6 pp XVI+416,inc.index,notes to text,select bibliography,illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints and artistic works,page maps.front hinge sloppy,Binding good to firm,but out of line,due to bad stacking.This is a ex-library copy with a bar-code,remaines of a torn-off label to ffe/p,along with some stamps in the text here and there.No foxing,staining or browning,Internally nice and clean throughout.

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