The Impact of the Second World War on Namibia
This paper should be read as a prospectus for a study on the impact of the Second World War on Namibia. It isolates and abductively suggests possible linkages between a number of broad areas of enquiry: the role of Nazism in Namibia; the establishment of a system for recruiting black volunteers to s...
|Published in:||Journal of Southern African studies : JSAS, Vol. 19, No. 1 (1993), p. 147-165|
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