A History of Resistance in Namibia, Issue 15
Documents resistance to the German conquest by the Herero and Nama peoples; the South African take-over under the League of Nations mandate; land, labour and community resistance from 1920-1960; the emergence of Nationalist organisations; appeals to the UN and the ICJ; the launching of SWAPO's armed struggle, and nationalist responses to South Africa's Bantustan policy. Published in association with the OAU and UNESCO. North America: Africa World Press
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The South African TakeOver
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administration Angola apartheid armed struggle arrested Assembly Bantustan Botswana campaign Cape Town Caprivi centre Chief Kutako church Clemens Kapuuo Contact Group contract workers Court Damara December Defence DEMKOP elections in Namibia ELOK Emil Appolus established ethnic Executive Committee German colonial Herero Chief Herero Chief's Council Herero community Ibid Jonker Afrikaner Katutura Kozonguizi labour land leaders Liberation London Luderitz Lusaka Lutheran mandate military Minister movement Namas Namibia National Convention Namibian communities Namibian independence Namibian nationalists Nelengani Ngavirue Nujoma Odendaal Ovambo Ovamboland petition PLAN police political President proposals Rehoboth Report representatives resistance Revd Sam Nujoma Samuel Maharero Secretary settlement Shipanga South African forces South African regime South African rule South West Africa Southern Africa strike SWANU and SWAPO SWAPO fighters SWAPO members SWAPO Youth League territory Toivo trial troops Tsumeb Turnhalle UNITA United Nations Walvis Bay Windhoek Witbooi women Zambia