The White Man Cometh


In 1824,the first white settlers trod the soil of south-east Africa,a part of the world that fell to the domain of the King Shaka of the Zulus.If King George had sought to impress his Zulu counterpart,he might have arranged to send different ambassadors,for these seven young Englishmen were scarcely the cream of their society.They were adventurers,traders,hunters and drifters.

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H/b in very nice clean boards,corners very slightly bumped,in a v/g pictorial d/w,Size 9×6 pp 249,inc plates,some in sepia,others in b/w,which includes some portraites.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Internaly nice and clean and bright throughout. A v/g++–v/g++ almost fine clean copy.


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