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File:Kamerun children weaving.jpg

English: Photograph of Cameroonian children weaving cloth. The original caption reads: "Recently photographed in Kamerun, the last of the German provinces in Africa to surrender to the Allies. Illustrating child labor at the lowest possible cost."
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Author Originally in Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights, originally published in 1919 by A. Jenkins and O. Keller.
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