South West Africa in Early Times.


This book deals with South-West-Africa,not so much as a book or record of the country’s history but as a personal view of a person with an intemate interest in the country and its people it the early times,it deals with the eternal struggle of the Hereo people,against the oppressive Namas.The Herero chief Maharero died in 1890,the country from then on became dominated by German rule and the country from then on loses its charm.

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H/b in the original boards,corners bumped,glue lable staines to bottom of spine,and some markings on the back.Size 9×6 pp 16+525,inc f/o map in the back,index,bibliography,plates inc frontispiece,plus two f/o maps in the text block.Book plate to f/pd ,Hinges strong. Binding good to firm.Internaly clean and bright throughout.Some general staining and light foxing mainly to prelims and ep/s. A g+–v/g clean copy.


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