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The Denied Germany's Genocide

The Denied Germany's Genocide

In The Denied Germany's Genocide was written and published by a former Namibian justice minister and SWAPO secretary-general.
Tjiriange, Ngarikutuke
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Title: The Denied Germany's Genocide
Author: Ngarikutuke Tjiriange
Selfpublished
Windhoek, Namibia
ISBN 9789994585786 / ISBN 978-99945-85-78-6
Softcover, 15 x 21, 73 pages, numerous b/w photographs

About: The Denied Germany's Genocide

Dr. Ngarikutuke Tjiriange is a former Namibian minister and secretary-general of Namibia's ruling party SWAPO. As he states in his foreword to The Denied Germany's Genocide, his reasons to write this book have been deeply emotional: More than a hundred years ago, Germans decided to exterminate our ancestors and wipe them out from their country in order to create a new Germany in our country. The same happened to South Africa where that African country was intended to be turned into new Holland or New England. It did not materialize because of the heroic resistance of many African sons and daughters who sacrificed their lives for their country. Heroic personalities such as Hosea Kutako spearheaded the campaign to unite the people of the then South West Africa to demand the independence of our motherland. Now that Namibia is free I sat here in my house mesmerizing. All of a sudden I decided to write something about the genocide committed by Germany in our country, albeit not in details. Without any hesitation I took my pen and writing pad and started writing about the genocide.

Content: The Denied Germany's Genocide

Prologue
Preface
Acknowledgement
Pictures
Introduction
What is Genocide?
Massacre and Mass Killings
German Actions in the socalled German South West Africa
The Killing of Ovaherero People
The Killing of the Nama People
The Effect of the War on the Damara People
Descendants of Tjikuirire
The German Action in German South West Africa
Was it Genocide?
The Consequences of the Genocide
Conclusion and Summary
Epilogue
References