A History of Resistance in Namibia
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.
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activities administration Angola armed struggle arrested Assembly attempt August authorities Bantustan became border brought called campaign Cape central centre Chief Chief's Council church claimed colonial Committee Contact Contact Group continued Council Court Damara December Defence developed early elections established Executive fighters forces formed freedom German Government held Herero incorporation independence issue Kapuuo killed Kutako labour land later leaders leadership leading Liberation LIBRARY live London Maharero March meeting military Minister move movement Namibia nationalist officials organisation Ovambo Ovamboland Party People's PLAN police political President proposals Report representatives resistance Resolution response returned rule schools Secretary Security Council settlement societies South African regime South West Africa southern statement strike SWANU SWAPO talks territory Toivo took Town trial troops Turnhalle Union United Nations UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA various Windhoek women workers