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The birth of the Ostland out of the spirit of colonialism: a postcolonial perspective on the Nazi policy of conquest and extermination
Historical analyses of the German conquest and occupation of ‘the East’ during the Second World War neglect an important tradition that can help in understanding National Socialist politics, namely,Expand
Climate change, environmental violence and genocide
Anthropogenic climate change is the most fundamental challenge for humankind in the twenty-first century. Rising sea levels and the loss of agricultural land, severe weather changes andExpand
Colonial Genocide: The Herero and Nama War (1904–8) in German South West Africa and Its Significance
With these words the German Minister for Development and Economic Cooperation, Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, officially apologized on 14 August 2004 in Omahakari, Namibia for the atrocities committed aExpand
German colonialism and national identity
INTRODUCTION Between Amnesia and Denial. Colonialism and German National Identity Juergen Zimmerer and Michael PERRAUDIN (Sheffield) SECTION 1: Colonialism before the Empire Imperialism, Race andExpand
Late Ottoman genocides: the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire and Young Turkish population and extermination policies—introduction
This chapter discusses the Late Ottoman Genocides, CUP Population Policies and Provincial Insecurity, 1908-1914, and the International Debate amongst Jurists and Publicists on the Consequences of the Armenian Genocide for the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1923. Expand
Genocide in German South-West Africa : the Colonial War (1904-1908) in Namibia and its aftermath
Early in 1904 war broke out in German South West Africa, when the Herero tribe rose up against an oppressive colonial regime. The German army despatched to the colony brutally suppressed the uprisingExpand
Settlers, imperialism, genocide. Introduction: apologies and the need to right historical wrongs
In a document handed to Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi, Italy formally apologised for colonial injustices, bringing to an end a dispute from which Italian–Libyan relations had suffered for more than four decades. Expand
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In January 1904, the Herero of South West Africa (present-day Namibia) rose up in revolt against German colonial domination, and were soon joined by some of the Nama people in the south and theExpand