History of South West Africa.From the beginning of the 19th. Century.


This book is a straightforward account of the developments in South West Africa during the 160 years commencing with the beginning of the nineteenth century.Set out in 48 chapters it opens with the London Missionary Society difficulties,and also the Rhienish Missions.The early struggles with the Herero’s.Intervention by the Cape,after the 1870 treaty,German intervention.The Boer land settlement.A lot of history cramed into its 265 pages.A very important work.

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H/b in nice clean boards,guilt to spine,corners slightly bumped.Size 10×6 pp 16+273,inc index,appendix,page maps,plates,inc frontispiece,one f/o map in text,bibliography,table of contents.Maps to both front and back p/d’s and f/ep’s.Hinges strong Binding good to firm.Internaly nice and clean throughout. A v/g-v/g++clean copy.


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