Congo – A Political Tragedy

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Congo – A Political Tragedy is a 2018 independent documentary story of the Democratic Republic of Congo's political history pre-colonial to the fall of Mobutu Sese-Seko. It chronicles the Congo Free State, The Belgian Congo as well as the key figures that played a role in its history such as King Leopold 2, Patrice Lumumba, Joseph Kasa-Vubu, Joseph Mobutu, Moise Tshombe and Laurent Desire Kabila.

The Documentary examines how the DRC's trouble political past shaped the current situation, from the Berlin Conference to Independence and culminating in the fall of Mobutu. Democratic Republic of Congo is a country that has a very unique and great history, laced with challenges and turbulence, and this story is of most importance in understanding the current political dynamics of not just DRC, Africa’s second largest nation, but the entire African History.