Christian critics of empire: Missionaries, lantern lectures, and the Congo reform campaign in Britain

  title={Christian critics of empire: Missionaries, lantern lectures, and the Congo reform campaign in Britain},
  author={Kevin Grant},
  journal={The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History},
  pages={27 - 58}
  • K. Grant
  • Published 1 May 2001
  • History
  • The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History

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