BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE L'AFRIQUE EQUATORIALE FRANÇAISE.
Reprint of the edition originally published by Emile Larose, Paris, 1914 (Besterman 175). Descriptions of 7029 books, articles, and pamphlets related to French Equatorial Africa, as compiled by Georges Bruel, Administrateur en Chef des Colonies . The former French federation consisted of Gabon, Middle Congo, Chad and Ubangi-Shari (now the Central African Republic). The federation was officially established in 1910 largely through the efforts of Savorgnan de Brazza, who forged the link between French possessions in the Congo basin and those in West Africa. With a subject index. Modeled after Grandidier's classic "Bibliographie de Madagascar."
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DIE URAUSGABEN DER HOLLÄNDISCHEN APOKALYPSE UND BIBLIO PA...
by Musper, H. Th.
First edition. Loosely inserted is a two page synopsis in English "The first-editions of the Dutch Apocalypse and Biblia Pauperum." The first volume contains the text and the second and third volumes reproduce in facsimile these fifteenth-century woodblock books.