Printed caption on verso reads: "From cannibalism to civilisation / Two prominent Arabslave and ivory traders in the Congo: Bwana Nzige and Tippo-tippo. / The latter, a very wealthy and intelligent man, foreseeing that slavary would be stamped out, left Central Africa before the Arab war broke out: his relatives and associates Rachid, Sefu, Munie, Moharra, Saïd, Rumaliza, subsequently murdered some Belgians and attacked the Governments stations."
Additional printed text on verso reads: "International Rubber and Fibers Exhibition. London June 1914. Issued by the Agricultural Department. Colonial Office. Brussels." Publisher's logo on verso: "Nels."
Items EEPA CG-36-19 and EEPA CG-36-20 bear variations of the same recto image.
Title source: Postcard caption.
Citation source: Archives staff.
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