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Camerún 1914

Camerún 1914

Young women doing their hair. :: International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1888-95 Photo Friedrich Ramseyer. Basel Mission Archive

Young women doing their hair. :: International Mission Photography Archive, Photo by Friedrich Ramseyer.

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Sepia Closeup of Missionaries and Friends in Cameroun, Africa - Magic Lantern Slide.

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Q Men of the King's African Rifles at Njombe German East Africa. Formed at the beginning of the century from tribesmen in British East Africa (now Kenya) and Uganda the KAR bore the brunt of most of the fighting during the campaign

App in die Geschichte

App in die Geschichte

Every year from February 1–15, a colorful traditional craft festival of India is held in the precincts of Surajkund. Traditional craftsmen from all parts of the country participate in this annual celebration named as the “Surajkund Crafts Mela”. This Mela (fair) is visited by lovers of arts and crafts from all over the world.

Every year from February 1–15, a colorful traditional craft festival of India is held in the precincts of Surajkund. Traditional craftsmen from all parts of the country participate in this annual celebration named as the “Surajkund Crafts Mela”. This Mela (fair) is visited by lovers of arts and crafts from all over the world.

Some of the 5. Feldkompagnie based at Ebolowa. The German officers and NCOs wear 1896 Schutztruppe khaki uniforms with Südwester hats edged in red for Cameroon, one wears a white tropical helmet. Of the African soldiers some are wearing the khaki tunic with red collar edging, and some the white fatigue shirt with blue collar and three horizontal chest stripes. The red rolled fez with imperial eagle is worn by most of them. As well as the soldiers the photograph seems to include African…

between 1894 and Source: German Federal Archives The Willie Lynch Letter is a revelation that shines a bright light on the.

Africa | Tchatchouang Wantong Paul, Chiefdom Bangoua, Bamileke region, Cameroon. 1998 | ©Marie-Pierre Dieterle

Africa | Tchatchouang Wantong Paul, Chiefdom Bangoua, Bamileke region, Cameroon. 1998 | ©Marie-Pierre Dieterle

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