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... The South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) (German Südwestafrikanische Volksorganisation, SWAVO, Afrikaans Suidwes-Afrikaanse Volk-Organisasie, SWAVO) is a ... Though the organization rejected the term "South West Africa" and insisted on replacing it with "Namibia", the organization's own name—derived from the territory's old name—was ...
... Siad Barre, President of Somalia (1969–1991) South Africa President - Marais Viljoen, State President of South Africa (1979–1984) Prime Minister - P ... Botha, Prime Minister of South Africa (1978–1984) South West Africa (League of Nations mandate administered by South Africa) Administrator-General ...
... Prior to an attack into South West Africa, the Boers had initially raised their objections to any assault on German forces since the Germans had supported them in the Second Boer War ... suppressed, and At the outset of World War I, South West Africa (modern Namibia) was under German control after having been passed back and forth during boundary negotiations over ... In early 1915 the South African troops began moving into German South-West Africa ...
... Rees Reg Plummer, 6 Won 1910 British Lions tour to South Africa 1924 Rhodesia Neil MacPherson Harry Packer Ian Smith, 6 Won 1924 British Lions tour to South Africa 1930 Ceylon James Leo ... Lions tour to New Zealand and Australia 1955 South West Africa Angus Cameron Jack Siggins Tony O'Reilly, 3 Frank Sykes, 3 Haydn Morris, 3 Won 1955 British ...
... After World War I the League of Nations gave South-West Africa, formerly a German colony, to the United Kingdom as a mandate under the title of South Africa ... When the National Party won the 1948 election in South Africa and subsequently introduced apartheid legislation, these laws also extended into South-West ... dominant nationalist organization for the Namibian people, co-opting other groups such as the South West Africa National Union (SWANU), and in 1976 the Namibia African ...
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“Day by day we hear the cry of AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANS. This cry has become a positive, determined one. It is a cry that is raised simultaneously the world over because of the universal oppression that affects the Negro.”
—Marcus Garvey (18871940)
“The white gulls south of Victoria
catch tossed crumbs in midair.
When anyone hears the Catbird
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