Book Description

Text German. 5th edition. Richard Kandt (1867-1918), was a German physician and, noted explorer of Africa. Between 1897 and 1904 he explored the North-West area of German East Africa, and established Kigali as an administrative capital of Rwanda. In July 1898 Richard Kandt discovered one of the Nile-sources in the Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda, which he believed was the essential Nile-source. The expedition is recounted in this work.
Dealer Notes
xxiv, 513 pp; b/w photos, col folding map
Orig. half cloth, minor edge wear, dec. gilt design to spine; owner's name to title-page.
Author Kandt, R.
Date 1921
Binding HB
Publisher Dietrich Reimer
Condition Very good
Pages xxiv, 513

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