A statistic map of Africa shows the export of cattle and sheep, meet, butter, eggs, animal skins, wool, ebony, whale oil, fruit and vegetables, spices, cotton, wood, cork, diamonds, metal, gold etc.
The map was made in 1931 by a female cartographer Elsa Gerth for the Office for Colonial Geography at the University of Berlin. Germany lost its colonies in Africa after WWI, with the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. In the 1920s, some individuals and the German Colonial Society still argued to regain the old African colonies.
References: OCLC 1069120011. Koloniale Rundschau, 1932, p. 487.
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