Germany's Namibian Legacy

From Africa is a Country Tue Apr 10 2012, 12:51:48

So the German Reichstag have decided again that the systematic murders of four ethnic groups in Namibia between 1904 and 1908 wasn't genocide.  Late last month, March 22, the German parliament debated a motion proposed by the Left party to officially recognise the genocide which took place in Namibia between 1904 and 1908. The Namibian [...]

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