By Richard Dale

The decolonization of Namibia used to be behind schedule from 1966 to 1989—the interval of the struggle of independence—pitting the Namibian nationalists opposed to the South African minority-ruled regime. This booklet describes the diplomatic, monetary and army campaigns of the Namibian and South African belligerents and attracts a comparability with numerous different decolonization wars. utilizing facts from parliamentary debates, the aftermath is tested of the Namibian warfare and the newly self reliant kingdom. The booklet presents a foundation for additional research of the decolonization process.

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