A Histoy of Resistance in Namibia


After enduring 23 years of illegal occupation by neighboring South Africa,Namibia won the right to hold democratic elections in a 1989 UN sponsored agreement This achievement was the result of years of popular action (resistance)against German and South African occupation.Leading Namibian historian Dr. Peter Katjavivi has here provided a lively account of many of the struggles that led up to the historic elections and which will inform Namibia’s continuing quest for self-determination.

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There are two editions of this book in the library African and American,both in limp illustrated card covers,in v/g clean and sharp condition.Both 9×5 pp 16+152,inc indexes,notes to text,page maps,reproduced photographic plates,various lists and tables.All hinges strong.Both bindings tight(suggest both unread).Both internaly clean and bright throughout. Both v/g+–almost fine as new clean copies.


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