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The Red Oasis Category: History

“Apart from the information which has appeared in the press, I have been fortunate enough to obtain, by personal interviews, much direct information from eye witnesses of the wholesale butcheries and cruelties perpetrated again the people of the Oasis.” Charles Rosher sets out to investigate the immediate causes of these violent acts committed by the Italian army on the Libyan people. “That these massacres and other barbarities actually hapened there is no room to doubt,...

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“Apart from the information which has appeared in the press, I have been fortunate enough to obtain, by personal interviews, much direct information from eye witnesses of the wholesale butcheries and cruelties perpetrated again the people of the Oasis.”

Charles Rosher sets out to investigate the immediate causes of these violent acts committed by the Italian army on the Libyan people.

“That these massacres and other barbarities actually hapened there is no room to doubt, in spite of the official denials and explanations of the Italian government.”

The Red Oasis is illustrated with a number of maps of Libya and photographs depicting the violence that took place in October 1911.