The Passing of the Black Kings.


Originally published in 1932, this work now reprinted in facsimili, studies the impact of white civilisation upon African history and the African tribes of South Central Africa. In particular it examines Bechuanaland, Rhodesia, and Barotseland, and the specific characters of the respective reigning chiefs: Chief Khama, Chief Mzilikazi, Chief Lobengula, and Chief Lewanika.



h/b in worn d/w,boards good and clean, a little shelf worn on bottom edges.Size 9×6 pp 322 inc index, appendix 1&2 Binding firm, textblock clean and bright throughout, frontispiece showing Khama and his Wife,some b/w reprint plates and portraits, some page maps. Internaly a nice clean copy a pity about the state of the d/w.


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