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Nearly 20 years after the UN declared its occupation of Namibia illegal, the South African government finally agreed to withdraw from the territory. This book is the first to look at the story behind this withdrawal. Drawing on a vast archive of unpublished material including testimonies of political, military and religious figures, it charts dramatically the war that ravaged Namibia from 1966 onwards. The authors expose the brutality of South Africa's occupation, including the atrocities of the police counter-insurgency unit, Koevoet. They highlight the resourcefulness of SWAPO's military campaign and document the extraordinary resistance of the Namibian people to the army of occupation.

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