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Matadi, Congo Free State - Leopold II and Colonial Officials Featured Related Images Print

Matadi, Congo Free State - Leopold II and Colonial Officials

Matadi, the chief sea port of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the capital of the Bas-Congo province. Postcard celebrating the 'Independence' of the Congo Free State, bearing the portrait of King Leopold II of Belgum (1835-1909) and five of his Officers who were major colonial players in the region: (from left) Felix Fuchs (1858-1928), Colonel Albert Thys (1849-1915), Baron d'Edmond Van Eetvelde (1852-1925), Francis, Baron Dhanis ) and Colonel Theophile Wahis (1844-1921). Date: circa 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

'On a Steamer on the Lualaba River, Belgian Congo - A Native Village at the Waters Edge', c1930s Featured Related Images Print

'On a Steamer on the Lualaba River, Belgian Congo - A Native Village at the Waters Edge', c1930s

'On a Steamer on the Lualaba River, Belgian Congo - A Native Village at the Water's Edge', c1930s. The Lualaba River flows entirely within the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Leopold II of Belgium acquired rights to the Congo at the Berlin Conference in 1885, the Belgian Congo gained independence in 1960. From "Tour of the World". [Keystone View Company, Meadville, Pa., New York, Chicago, London]

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Tippoo Tibs Ivory Store at Stanley Falls, Lualaba River, c Featured Related Images Print

Tippoo Tibs Ivory Store at Stanley Falls, Lualaba River, c

Photograph of Tippoo Tib's Ivory Store at Stanley Falls on the Lualaba River, c.1887. Stanley Falls are now known as the Boyoma Falls and are in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Tippoo Tib (1837-1905), whose real name was Hamid ibn Mohammed, was an African-Arab adventurer and warrior, who controlled a large section of Central Africa. His aid to H.M. Stanley and other European explorers was invaluable in their exploration and exploitation of the region

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