Africa Cartoons

A plantation dance.

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Transvaal War Reparations Anticipated

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President Kruger Shifts his Capital

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Jameson Raid-Domestic Political Fallout

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Outbreak of Boer War

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British Disputes with Portugal over Delagoa Railway

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Balfour,Salisbury and Chamberlain with 'A Free Hand' in South Africa

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The First Boer War

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Disraeli's Suez Canal Purchase

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Conservatives Press Sultan of Zanzibar to Halt Slave Trade

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Miss Jellyby

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General Gordon Stranded in Khartoum

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Britain becomes Involved in Zulu War

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Victory in the Ashanti Wars, 1874

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British soldier and native tribesman on the Gold Coast

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Chamberlain Tries to Avert the Jameson Raid

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Brown, who has had a hard day's sight seeing in Tunis . . .

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Cementing the British Presence in Egypt

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Telescopic Philanthropy - Foreign and Domestic Philanthropy

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Capture of Khartoum

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Imperial Volunteers Return to London

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Roberts defeats Cronje's Forces

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Death of General Gordon

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'The Lion's Share' of Suez Canal Gives Britain the Key to India

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Drawing sketch style illustration of a map globe showing europe, middle east and africa in between the heads of a lion and goat set on isolated white background.

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