Personal website of the retired German journalist Golf Dornseif. Dornseif has been working on material from the Library of the German Colonial Society based in Frankfurt/Main for years. His articles are mainly descriptive and less critical and he often quotes from orginal documents. Unfortunately, sometimes it is not quite clear whether a passage is a quotation (without quotation marks) or again the journalist's voice. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The Website's demand is to recognize on July 9th 2015, the 100th anniversary of the end of German colonial rule in present day Namibia. They demand from the German president, the German parliament and the German government to officially recognize the genocide against the OvaHerero and Nama – an action which is long overdue. To formally ask the descendants of the victims of genocide for forgiveness. To commit to identifying and returning all of the human remains deported from Namibia and other German colonies to Germany. To declare Germany’s unconditional willingness to participate in an open dialogue with the descendants of the victims, as well as with the Namibian government concerning measures which can be taken to achieve reconciliation. ... [according to site editor's information]
Diese Website präsentiert Information über den von kaiserlich-deutschen Truppen verübten Genozid an den Herero und Nama zwischen 1904 und 1908 in Deutsch-Südwestafrika und informiert den Leser über eine aktuelle Ausstellung über diesen Genozid im musealen Teil des Mémorial de la Shoa in Paris [gemäß den Informationen des Autors, Redaktion ilissAfrica]....
Press clippings, links and more information on Berlin's Charité return of stolen bones to Namibia. End of September 2011 an official delegation from the Republic of Namibia came to Berlin to bring the skulls of Herero and Nama, who were killed by German troops during the Genocide of 1904-08, back home finally. [editors ilissAfrica]