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Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page FOREWORD. Tintin au Congo first appeared as a serial from 5 June , over a period of a year, in “Le Petit Vingtième", the children's supplement to the. osakeya.info for downloading it from there; the download is very cheap Biology Questions and A.

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Thank you for bidding on Catawiki! Congratulations on winning this lot. Automatic bids allow you to be one step ahead of other bidders. The book became so synonymous with racism that when a Belgian foreign minister made critical remarks about the Democratic Republic of Congo's government ina bd tintin au congo replied: It was this edition which was spotted by a Borders customer in London last month, prompting them to contact the CRE. But Africa is not the only place that Tintin visited. Latin America is shown as a jungle inhabited by cannibal tribes or as a banana republic where dictators and guerrillas take turns ousting each other and governing with the same inefficiency. Even the US is an exotic place full of cowboys, Indians and gangsters.

Under international pressure the Belgian parliament forced the King to cede the Congo to the Belgian government in The Belgian people were not particularly enthusiastic about their new gift. Tintin, promoter of the Congo The colony was in dire need of administration but the only people who were really making an effort in the country were Catholic and Protestant missionaries.

Not many Belgians were interested in taking up administrative roles in the Congo. There was also a lack of people willing to do certain jobs that are crucial in a tropical country: road and bridge engineers, civil engineers, geologists, miners, doctors, teachers, architects, drivers, etc. There was an influx of traders into the country but most of these were Portuguese, Chinese and Greek. Adventurers from all over the world paid visits to the Congo.

The Belgian government was looking for ways to interest its people in colonial careers.

When Father Wallez proposed Tintin as a promoter, the idea seemed very attractive. Michiels et N. Laude, the first edition of which appeared in He found out about the route between ports, which he reproduced in Tintin in the Congo, and learned about life on board an ocean liner.

He came across stuffed lions and crocodiles permanently set in menacing poses. But the most inspiring exhibit he came across was a mannequin of a leopard-man from a terrifying African cult.

The history of this group has never been firmly established. Were they African highwaymen, nationalist Africans opposed to colonial rule or a secret society, the aims of which remain a mystery to this day? They struck fear into the hearts of anyone unfortunate enough to cross their paths.

Covered in leopard skins the mysterious tribesmen used claw-like clubs or gloves with claws to attack their victims. It is possible that the young Georges Remi had already seen these leopard-men at the cinema or read about them in popular books. Edgar Rice Burroughs, author of Tarzan, depicted the leopard-men as the archenemies of Lord Greystoke.

When would Tintin be arriving in their country? From 6 July , letters began arriving at the editorial office.

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One of the missionary fathers had written: "My little natives are extremely excited about Tintin They have invited him to come and stay in the village for a few days. A young Congolese called Kyola Kongo went even further. A rough translation of his message reads: "Little black boy him big happy to read little friend Tintin good health.

Me happy read Tintin coming here. He came across stuffed lions and crocodiles permanently set in menacing poses. But the most inspiring exhibit he came across was a mannequin of a leopard-man from a terrifying African cult.

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The history of this group has never been firmly established. Were they African highwaymen, nationalist Africans opposed to colonial rule or a secret society, the aims of which remain a mystery to this day? They struck fear into the hearts of anyone unfortunate enough to cross their paths.

Covered in leopard skins the mysterious tribesmen used claw-like clubs or gloves with claws to attack their victims. It is possible that the young Georges Remi had already seen these leopard-men at the cinema or read about them in popular books. Edgar Rice Burroughs, author of Tarzan, depicted the leopard-men as the archenemies of Lord Greystoke. When would Tintin be arriving in their country? From 6 July , letters began arriving at the editorial office.

One of the missionary fathers had written: "My little natives are extremely excited about Tintin They have invited him to come and stay in the village for a few days. A young Congolese called Kyola Kongo went even further. A rough translation of his message reads: "Little black boy him big happy to read little friend Tintin good health. Me happy read Tintin coming here. We no eat read.

It read have lots to eat here. Me finish. He undertook this editing process despite the fact that Belgian schoolbooks were still referring to "Negroes" and depicting them as backward and inferior as late as Al Capone in the Congo? Tom and Gibbons are unveiled to be right-hand men to none other than Al Capone, "Scarface, King of the Chicago gangsters.

The presence of American bandits in Tintin in the Congo was based on reality. The rich Congolese subsoil, especially that in the region of Katanga, was highly coveted. Copper, gold and diamonds are in plentiful supply: "All you need to do is help yourself", enthused one colonial governor.

The Congo soils are also rich in Uranium which Belgium sold to the United States during the Second World War, facilitating the construction of the two first atomic bombs which were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August I did readed this in s and still have this colored album in my collection. Could be from late s also.

Piece of history. Piece of childhood. Brings back lots of memories.

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Any plans for a Chinese Mandarin version? Imagine the market potential! Maybe you also want to consider incorporating language learning features into the app Good luck. I have loved Tintin and his adventures all my life, glad to see this awesome app. Hope it is very successful.

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As an avid follower of Tintin and collector of books and memorabilia since the age of 5 in and as an amateur Tintinologist I must say I am most pleased to be able to download these beautiful Tintin Digital Editions on the MoulinsArt Tintin App! Truly enjoyable! My life story may have more excitement then TinTin but I who have 54 years of age.

Excellent version. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the books in digital format. The first in the English digital collection. The extras are a huge add-on to the digital version. Looking forward to the next albums.

Perfect that Tintin goes digital! Is there any plans to release in Swedish language to? So glad that the English versions are being added! Waited so long for this!

Tin tin is amazing!! I am soooo excited that the English version is not available. I have been a Tintin fan since I was 8 years old. Tintin in Congo may be controversial but it is great book for entertainment. Looking forward to the other books being available in English in this App. My book of "Tintin in the Congo" has just come in the mail.

I'v read it,and it's great! I wonder if the edition of tintin in the congo, which was a republishing in English of the original black-and-white edition, has all the same content that the version had. I also wonder if it is restored in color or black-and-white. And is the English version still available in stores, or is it only the version? I would like to know because i feel that the original has a more authentic feeling to it.

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