Edited By: Angus Mitchell
534 pages, B/w photos
British Consul Roger Casement was knighted in 1911 for his investigations into the genocide of tribal peoples in the Amazon rainforest. Five years later he was hanged for his role in Ireland's Easter Uprising. 'A passionate account of a battle fought by the first great human rights activist of this century against genocide.' Anthony Clare, The Observer
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