File:Kamerun children weaving cloth 2.jpg

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English: Photograph of Cameroonian children spinning cotton. The original caption reads:

"NATIVE CHILDREN SPINNING COTTON IN KAMERUN, AFRICA.

"Kamerun was the last German province in Africa to hold out against the Allies. This picture was taken by the Allies since they captured the Colony. The natives were never before photographed."
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Author Originally in Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, originally published in 1919 by A. Jenkins and O. Keller.
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current01:56, 30 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 01:56, 30 May 2007760 × 542 (267 KB)Amcaja (talk | contribs)Better copy.
09:46, 27 November 2006Thumbnail for version as of 09:46, 27 November 2006399 × 194 (17 KB)Amcaja (talk | contribs)Photograph of Cameroonian children weaving cloth. From [http://www.gutenberg.org/files/19179/19179-h/19179-h.htm the Project Gutenberg version] of ''Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights'', originally published in 1919 by A. Jenkins and
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