Genocide in German South-West Africa: The Colonial War of 1904-1908 and Its Aftermath
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Anyone wishing to have a wider and comprehensive understanding of the German dimension of a conflict which was designed as a war of mass destruction is recommended to read this book Die Zeit As well as being a collection that brings together some of the most important researchers on German colonial imperialism in Namibia in a manner that would be easily accessible to undergraduate (German-speaking) readers, it also offers a useful starting point for those wishing to acquaint themselves quickly with the thematic parameters of current German research on German colonialism. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
About the Author
Jurgen Zimmerer teaches history at the Center for 20th Century Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Coimbra in Portugal. Joachim Zeller teaches at the Technical University inBerlin. E. J. Neather is the author of "Mastering German 2, Previsions," and" Realisations.""
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