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South-west Africa during the German occupation, 1884-1914

Albert Frederick Calvert

South-west Africa during the German occupation, 1884-1914

by Albert Frederick Calvert

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Published by T. Werner Laurie in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Namibia

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Albert F. Calvert.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 105 p., [179] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages179
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17936728M

    The Rulers of Belgian Africa, by Lewis H. Gann. Paperback $ Discoveries of extensive coal deposits during the nineteenth century gave Wallonia a commanding lead in the country's industrialization. Adda Bozeman examines conflict in Africa south of the Sahara in its many social, political, and cultural aspects, past This book is a brief guide to the military aspects of the German occupation and colonization of South-West Africa, (present day Namibia). The intention is to succinctly but comprehensively narrate the wars the Germans fought, firstly against the native tribes in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and then against the Union of South

      It includes the genocide of the Hereo and Nama in German South-West Africa—today Namibia—regarded by the United Nations as the first genocide of the 20th century. Taking place between and , brutal methods including deliberate starvation, the use of concentration camps and murder of men, women and children by German soldiers cost   The process of the invasion, occupation, and domination of African territory by European powers from (the start of World War I). In about , Europeans only controlled 10% of the continent of Africa. In , at the end of “Scramble for Africa,” (only 33 years later) Europe controlled ALMOST ALL of

    South-West Africa Under German Rule, by Helmut Bley published in German in , documented the racially-motivated genocide ( – ) against the indigenous local population – the Herero and Nama cattle raising tribes – who rebelled against German colonial expropriation of their grazing lands in South West Africa (today’s South African Occupation South African forces invade Namibia and occupy the country as part of the Allied effort against Germany in WWI. A force of 8, troops takes control of the capital, Windhoek, on 12 May The Germans surrender to the South African military on 9 July at Khorab, near Tsumeb in the north of the ://


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