My article on Namibian history is coming up very soon. However, before I publish it I want to ask you how much have you educated yourself on the topic.
Was a German mandate for a long time, and then I think South Africa mandated it, and then SWAPO which was trying to get its independence was classified a terrorist organisation.
I think an article on its complete history would make interesting reading.
Very well answered however, Germany did not mandate Namibia it colonised Namibia.
Thank you for your answer, I will publish the article as soon as possible.
Isn´t it that we read articles to educate ourselves?
All i know is that Nambia was seized by South Africa in WWI from the German Reich. This mandate status was sanctioned by the League of Nations after WWI. After WWII lot of struggle between Angola and South Africa on Namibia, a typical cold war deputy conflict. The rise of SWAPO until independence.
Before 1915: desert, diamonds, questionable role of the German Reich
Actually you can read this on wikipedia.
I am looking forward to read your article.
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