Title: NAMIBIA IN STRUGGLE: a pictorial history
Photographer(s): International Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa collection
Publisher(s): International Defence & Aid Fund for Southern Africa, London, England
Size: 21 x 29,5 cm
Print: G.Bishop & Sons Ltd., Orpington, Kent, England
Nation(s) and year(s) of Protest: Namibia,1987
This book highlights the situation of the Namibian people under the German occupation and puts the spotlight on the need for the speedy implementation of the United Nations plan for Namibian independence and an end to South Africa's illegal occupation of the country.
Namibia in struggle illustrates and explains the Namibian people's long-standing struggle for freedom from apartheid and racial discrimination, with a concise text and over 100 illuminating photographs.
The 15 sections of the picture-book cover:
German occupation and resistance to colonial rule: Namibia's international status and the South African government's defiance of the United Nations; daily life under apartheid; Namibia's economy and the position of the black workers; South Africa's military occupation; suppression of political opposition, detention and political trials; negotiations for independence; toward the future, the continuing struggle for freedom.