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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile.

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators.

World Guide.

On the Web: Articles

The Gods Must Be Crazy Star N!xau Dies. Reuters, Harare Financial Gazette (7/10/03).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

WWW Virtual Library

In the Library: Articles

Africa Today, special issue on Namibia 26,2 (1979).

Campbell, Horace. "The decolonization process in Namibia," in I. Msabaha (ed.) Confrontation & Liberation in Southern Africa (Boulder: Westview, 1986).

__________. "The military defeat of the South Africans in Angola," Monthly Review 40,11 (4/89):1-15.

__________. "Namibia: what kind of independence?" Monthly Review 41,4 (9/89):9-23.

Danaher, Kevin. "Namibia: profits, racism & the 'Soviet threat'," Monthly Review 33,8 (1/82):36-47.

Dedering, Tilman. "’A certain rigorous treatment of all parts of the nation’: the annihilation of the Herero in German South West Africa, 1904," in Mark Levene & Penny Roberts (eds.) The Massacre in History (NY, 1999), pp. 205-22.

Gordon, Robert. "Namibia: Africa’s longest (and forgotten) war," Cultural Survival Quarterly 11,4 (1987):56-57.

Innes, Duncan. "Imperialism & the national struggle in Namibia," Review of African Political Economy 9 (5-8/78).

Lamb, Guy. "Civil supremacy in Namibia: a retrospective case study," Journal of Peace, Conflict & Military Studies (Harare) 1,1 (3/00).

Margolies, Jane. "R.T.Z.'s wonderful multinational money machine," Nation (10/18/80).

Singham, A.W. "The illegal exploitation of Namibia," Nation (10/18/80).

Tsokodayi, Cleophas Johannes. "Namibia & hostage politics: the convergence of US & South African foreign policies under constructive engagement," Journal of Peace, Conflict & Military Studies (Harare) 1,2 (11/00).

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Brandt, Hartmut & Others. Perspectives of Independent Development in Southern Africa: The Cases of Namibia & Zimbabwe (Berlin: German Development Institute, 1980).

Brink, André. The Other Side of Silence (NY: Harcourt, 2003).

Burchett, Wilfred G. Southern Africa Stands Up: The Revolutions in Angola, Mozambique, Rhodesia, Namibia & South Africa (NY: Urizen, 1978).

Carroll, Faye. Southwest Africa & the United Nations (Lexington: U. of Kentucky, 1967).

Cooper, Allan D. Allies in Apartheid: Western Capitalism in Occupied Namibia (NY: St. Martin's, 1988).

Deutschmann, David (ed.) Changing the History of Africa: Angola & Namibia (Melbourne: Ocean, 1989).

Drechsler, Horst. Südwestafrika unter deutsche Kolonialherrschaft: die grossen Land- und Minengesellschaften (1885-1914) (Stuttgart: Steiner, 1996).

First, Ruth. South West Africa (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1963).

Gordon, Robert & Stuart Sholto-Douglas. The Bushman Myth: The Making of a Namibian Underclass (2nd ed.; Boulder: Westview, 2000).

Gugelberger, Georg M. (ed.) Nama/Namibia: Diary & Letters of Nama Chief Hendrik Witbooi, 1884-1894 (Boston: Boston U., 1984).

Hanlon, Joseph. Apartheid’s Second Front: South Africa’s War Against its Neighbors (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986).

Kaela, Laurent C.W. The Question of Namibia (NY: St. Martin's, 1996).

Kahn, Owen E. (ed.) Disengagement from Southwest Africa: The Prospects for Peace in Angola & Namibia (New Brunswick NJ: Transaction, 1991).

Reitz, Deneys. Afrikander (NY: Minton, Balch, 1933). Namibia during World War I.

Sparks, Donald L. & Roger Murray. Namibia's Future: The Economy at Independence (London: Economist Intelligence Unit, 1985).

__________ & December Green. Namibia: The Nation After Independence (Boulder: Westview, 1992).

Ya-Otto, John. Battlefront Namibia: An Autobiography (Westport CT: Lawrence Hill, 1981).

In the Library: Fiction

Timm, Uwe. Morenga [1978] (trans. Breon Mitchell; NY: New Directions, 2003). Early 20th c.

CD & Audio:

Film & Video:

"The Gods Must Be Crazy" [1980], dir. Jamie Uys, 109m. Filmed in Botswana by South African director with Namibian lead characters.

"The Gods Must Be Crazy" [1989], dir. Jamie Uys, 98m. In video stores. Filmed in Botswana by South African director with Namibian lead characters.

"Namibia: Independence Now!" [1985], dir. Pearl Bowser, ?m.

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