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  • Collection: Out of Print Books on Namibia

"This memoir on Karakul farming at the South West Africa experimental farm at Neudam is the result of instructions issued some ten years ago by the Administrator to Mr. A.D. Thompson, the manager of the farm, with the object of getting and preserving…

"The struggle for Namibian independence is not one that has generated widespread attention or support from the people of the Western industrialised countries. Much of this apathy is due, no doubt, to the failure of Western media corporations to…

Originally Compiled by Annemarie Heywood and Brigitte Lau as a contribution to the History Conference 1-3 June 1993 sponsored by the Namibisch-Deutsche Stiftung fur kulturelle Zusammenarbeit, published privately.

"  Kenya Battalion in Namibia is a debut book of note by a retired Kenya Army officer. The book is ground-breaking because in the highly secretive military service in Kenya, rarely do we hear army officers tell about their exploits in the…

"This is the story of the Karakul in Namibia - their origin, how they came to be in the country and their status today. It documents the development of the Karakul industry and the commitment of the Karakul Board, the Karakul Breeders' Society, the…

"This dissertation is the product of, first, an exploration of the history of the concept of the Development University in Africa, and second, analysis of documents and a series of interviews in Namibia. The dissertation has the following goals: To…

The study Namibia in Jonker Afrikaner's Time is founded on the thesis of Brigitte Lau which was originally submitted to the University of Cape Town in 1982.

Conducted under the auspices of the Michael Scott Oral Research Project, Katutura residents conduct interviews and archival research into the Shooting in the Old Location of 10 December 1959, a crucial moment that helped birth the liberation…

The current policy paper contains three chapters, authored by Bruce Frayne of Queen’s University and Wade Pendleton, formerly at the University of Namibia. The first chapter provides an overview of Namibian international and internal migration…

This short publication of the National Archives of Namibia provides an introduction to the German genocide of the Nama and Herero peoples at Shark Island, Luderitz.

"In the Footsteps of Mr. Andersson tells the story of the extraordinary relationship between Sweden and Namibia. It begins in the Middle of the nineteenth century when a Swedish explorer, adventurer, entrepreneur, and arms dealer drew the earliest…

This collection of papers was a very early contribution to English language Namibian historiography, covering issues such as Orlaam politics, Windhoek urban planning, Nama history, and the present political situation under South African Rule. The…

"Sometimes if you are fortunate, you have two or more places that you call home. Sometimes, conflicts arise in your allegiance to multiple homes, and your loyalties are divided. Young Namibians who spent the 1980s in exile in East Germany have had to…

Sharing of knowledge is one principle of TUCSIN. Therefore 19 scientists and 2 writers from USA, Canada, Germany, South Africa and Namibia made the effort to report on their past and present activities in Namibia. The articles span a time frame of…

Last Steps to Uhuru is and eyewitness account of the crucial years of transition in Namibia, from 1988-1992. It covers the last political protests and campaigns, the return of Exiles, the UN monitored elections, the adoption of a constitution, and…

Contents:
pt. 1. Cape Coloured people
pt. 2. Coloured people in Namibia, 1921 until 2001, 80 years
pt. 3. Basters, 1865 until 2001.

Table of Contents: Preface; The Country and the People;The Cattle-Rich Hereros; My Brethren have Dealt Deceitfullyas a Brook; Like the Sun on Your Back; A Sacred Trust; ToGain Space to Live; The Poor Shepherd; Poor Judge in itsOwn Case; Do you want…

This Study is the first attempt to reconstruct the precolonial history of the Owambo people between 1600-1920.

Based on thesis (Ph.D)--University of Joensuu, Finland.

"The linking of the concept of literacy to conscious action shattered the…
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