A history of resistance in Namibia

@inproceedings{Katjavivi1988AHO,
  title={A history of resistance in Namibia},
  author={Peter H. Katjavivi},
  year={1988}
}
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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