The Crime of the Congo

The Crime of the Congo

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The Crime of the Congo By Arthur Conan Doyle

Format: Global Grey edition

Pages (PDF): 135

Publication Date: 1909

Illustrations: No

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Pages (PDF): 135

Publication Date: 1909

Illustrations: No

About The Book: The Crime of the Congo is a 1909 book about human rights abuses in the Congo Free State, a private state established and controlled by the King of the Belgians, Leopold II. The book was intended as an exposé of the situation in the so-called Congo Free State, an area occupied and designated as the personal property of Leopold II of Belgium and where the serious human rights abuses were occurring. Indigenous people in the region were being brutally exploited and tortured, particularly in the lucrative rubber trade.

Chapter List

Preface

Introduction

1. How The Congo Free State Came To Be Founded

2. The Development Of The Congo State

3. The Working Of The System

4. First Fruits Of The System

5. Further Fruits Of The System

6. Voices From The Darkness

7. Consul Roger Casement’s Report

8. King Leopold’s Commission And Its Report

9. The Congo After The Commission

10. Some Catholic Testimony As To The Congo

11. The Evidence Up To Date

12. The Political Situation

13. Some Congolese Apologies

14. Solutions

Appendix


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