‘African Mirror’: the dark secrets of the chronicler of the colonies | Culture

Dense fog invaded the Mandara Valley. In the clarity of the plain, a delegation of colonial officials awaited them, white men wearing safari hats. It was the year 1953 and French Cameroon was drawing up a census of the Mafa people, a native of the extreme north of the country. Monsieur Duc, the highest authority, […]

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