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Wolfram Hartmann

Wolfram Hartmann has received masters degrees from the University of Hamburg and the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London. He has been a lecturer in the History Department of the University of Namibia for several years, and is now pursuing Ph.D. research at Columbia University.

Listed in: African Studies · Political Science · African History

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Namibia under South African Rule
Mobility and Containment, 1915–46
Edited by Patricia Hayes, Jeremy Silvester, Marion Wallace, and Wolfram Hartmann

The peoples of Namibia have been on the move throughout history. The South Africans in 1915 took over from the Germans in trying to fit Namibia into a colonial landscape. This book is about the clashes and stresses which resulted from the first three decades of South African colonial rule. Namibia under South African Rule is a major contribution to Namibian historiography, exploring, in particular, many new themes in twentieth-century Namibian history.

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