RMBDMMG2–Map of German South West Africa, scene of one of Britain's campaigns, showing Walfish Bay and Keetmanshoop.
RMBK012H–colonialism, German colonies, German South West Africa, marching-through of cavalry troop through Karibib during Herero war, sketch, 1904 / 1907,
RMDRHFWR–German soldiers in German South West Africa
RM2K02RK7–The first territory captured in South-West Africa in 1883-1884 by the commissioners of the Bremen merchant Luderitz. The inscription under the emblem of Germany indicates that the territory is under the auspices of German troops.
RF2HJPFCR–Angola, Portugal's great colony in South-West Africa (1923)
RF2R0NKRE–Bantu students having meal at school, Ommetjette Reserve, South-West Africa 1966
RM2A5YM90–central South Atlantic coastal region of Namibia, in South-West Africa including the cities of Walvis Bay and Windhoek.
RMERGCN0–German fears of South West Africa takeover. Illustration by Krotowski shows a top hat-wearing sea creature making a grab for
RMK0NJ3F–German surrender in South West Africa, 9 July 1915, WW1
RME14C79–Apr. 17, 2012 - South West Africa, Damara Man.
RM2BWBG3F–German South West Africa Swakopmund of northwestern Namibia August 1921
RMBWJB9A–Africa Nambia South-West Africa Luderitz Diaz Point lighthouse white red desert navigation
RMEM4WM2–Lüderitz Bay in German South-West Africa
RFKGWGN6–Tribute Captain Bennett who flew from the Tay Estuary to South West Africa in 1938, in the Mercury seaplane.
RMDJ6CGF–postage stamp South West Africa ½c featuring public building dated 1961
RMC9690K–South West Africa postage stamp
RM2J9F3YT–19th century vintage illustration of the Imperial Schutztruppe for German South West Africa. 1894 German officers in a greatcoat, parade dress uniform
RFF1WC5E–3D Flag of South-West Africa People's Organisation. Close Up.
RMDYYY7A–Supplies delivery in German South-West Africa in World War I, 1915
RMBB9786–Map of German South West Africa at the beginning of the First World War.
RMDB8BH8–colonialism, Africa, German South-West Africa, insurrection of the Herero and Namaqua 1904 - 1908, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMDRHFTR–Group of Herero people, German South West Africa
RMEC7X85–South African infantry in South West Africa 1914
RF2HJT1DK–South-West Africa: Post office and camels at Mariental. Namibia (1923)
RMM0F62A–WWI - A 1917 map showing military activity in the 1914-1918 First World War - South West Africa & its conquest by Union Troops under General Botha. East Africa Campaign
RME9HA8D–Map of the former colony of German South-West Africa, now Namibia, Meyers Konversations-Lexikon encyclopedia 1897
RM2A70MT9–WW1 Native Kraal in German South West Africa, vintage photograph from 1914
RMJY28R0–Natives repulsing sudden attack on fort, South West Africa campaign, WW1
RME14DD8–Apr. 17, 2012 - South West Africa Damara hut.
RMWH9XRM–WW1: Map of German south west Africa, 1915.
RMBWJB8N–Africa Namibia South-West Africa Diaz Point Luderitz lighthouse white red desert navigation
RMDJ6CGD–postage stamp South West Africa 7½c featuring church with spire dated 1961
RMC968GA–South West Africa postage stamp
RM2J9F400–19th century vintage illustration of the Imperial Schutztruppe for German South West Africa. 1894 German army doctor in parade dress uniform, German s
RF2G66ECN–SOUTH WEST AFRICA - CIRCA 1961: a stamp printed in South West Africa shows Finger of God Rock, Asab, Sandstone Rock Formation in the Namib Desert
RMCPJ0XT–Farm house in German South-West Africa
RMP67J43–Junior officers of the Rand light infantry; in South West Africa during World war one 1916
RM2G1FCH4–colonialism, German colonies, German South West Africa, Herero uprising, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMDRHFW8–Group of Herero women, German South West Africa
RMEC7X7X–South African infantry in South West Africa 1914
RF2HJT1F3–Railway Station at Windhoek, South-West Africa protectorate. Namibia (1923)
RMK4C9AH–Entrance Consolidated Diamond Mines Of South West Africa, Kolmanskop, Namibia
RMDGY81T–Leopard hunting in German South-West Africa, illustration from the Yearbook of Modern Art in Master Woodcuts, 1900, Namibia
RFT5K4YG–Beautiful vintage hand drawn map illustrations of South-West Africa from old book. Can be used as poster or decorative element for interior design.
RF2J1AJG4–A smal group of Giraffes (5) including one baby Giraffe surrounded by long grass, bushes and trees in Etosha National Park, Namibia, South West Africa
RME14DD9–Apr. 17, 2012 - South West Africa Herero hut.
RMWH8MTH–Welwitschia of desert of Angola and South West Africa
RMBWJB7X–scenery landscape Africa Namibia South-West Africa farm desert hill mountains red golden grass mood
RMB59F6E–Military Cloth Insignia of South Africa and South West Africa
RMM79HYG–Africa, South-West Africa, Namibia, Etoscha National Park, lion,
RMDJ6CG0–postage stamp South West Africa 3½c featuring fishing trawler dated 1961
RMC62A8P–South-West Africa postage stamp
RFJK9NRH–Namibia political map with capital Windhoek. Republic and country in Southern Africa on Atlantic Ocean. Former German South-West Africa. Illustration.
RMJTBX9W–Louis Botha first Prime Minister of union of South Africa
RMCPJ1AG–Embarkation of troops to German South West Africa
RMBJW9M9–Trainload of armoured cars, South West Africa, World War I, 1914-1918.Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
RM2FNYAHG–colonialism, German South West Africa, Herero uprising 1904, captured and chained up Hereros, 1904, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMDRHFX0–Germans at a laager in German South West Africa
RMEC7X8W–South African army in South West Africa 1914
RF2HJT18N–Town of Swakopmund, formerly the chief port of German South-West Africa. Namibia. Southern Africa (1923)
RFRWJX49–A Cape Fur Seal basking in the sun at Cape Cross on the Skeleton Coast of Namibia, South West Africa.
RMARNBT2–Christchurch, Windhoek, South-West-Africa, Africa
RF2C6660K–Group photo of a music band, military band, in 1905, German South West Africa, Namibia / Gruppenfoto einer Musikkapelle, Militärkapelle, 1905, Deutsch Südwestafrika, Namibia, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert
RMA9FH9N–The peak of Spitzkoppe Namibia south west Africa
RME14DD4–Apr. 17, 2012 - South West Africa. Bushmen dancing at night.
RMWHARA5–South African mounted troops near Upington in the Orange River, frontier between South West Africa and the Union.
RMBWJB6G–scenery landscape Africa Namibia South-West Africa mountains structures evening mood desert golden grass ste
RMG4A0AB–Golf - Daks Tournament - Wentworth. Bobby Locke of South Africa, playing on to the 3rd green on the West Course
RMM79GP3–Africa, South-West Africa, Namibia, Etoscha National Park, lion,
RM2BDX6T2–South Africa, Somerset West, 1840s
RMC5KXJY–South-West Africa postage stamp
RFCT378B–SOUTH WEST AFRICA-CIRCA 1960: A stamp printed in the South West Africa, shows an office building in Windhoek, circa 1960
RMJE512H–General Louis Botha & sons 1914 First prime Minister of the Union of South Africa
RMCPJ0YJ–Boers in German South-West Africa, 1906
RMW7E6A7–A unique sand blockhouse, South-West Africa, World War I, c1915. Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
RM2FNM7JT–colonialism, German South West Africa, Herero uprising 1904, chief Hendrik Witbooi with his Orlog men, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMDRHFTM–German soldiers on a camel, South West Africa, WW1
RMEC7X8N–Louis Botha (1862 – 1919) Afrikaner and first Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa; in command in South West Africa 1914
RF2HJT16T–Shallow Stream of the Omaruru River in the South-West Africa protectorate. Namibia. Southern Africa (1923)
RFRWJYNY–A Cape Fur Seal basking in the sun at Cape Cross on the Skeleton Coast of Namibia, South West Africa.
RMARNBT9–Luederitz, Church, Namibia, South-West-Africa, Africa
RMW7YPWD–Tank abandoned from war between South African and the SWAPO, Bwabwata Conservancy, Namibia.
RMAPE3B9–Sand dunes Namibia south west Africa
RME14DD6–Apr. 17, 2012 - South West Africa Stuck in a dry riverbed.
RMWH9C2Y–AFRICA - SOUTH AFRICA (2 of 2): (left to right) 1. 2.5 pence, 1910, 2. 3 + 3 pence, 1933, 3. 1 + 1 penny, 1938, 4. 4 + 4 pence, 1941, 5. 1 + 1 shilling, 1942, 6. 4 pence, 1953, 7. 10 shillings, 1954, 8. 2 pence, 1958, 9. 3 pence, 1960, 10. 2.5 cents, 1964, 11. 12.5 cents, 1970, 12. South Africa, 2.5 cents, 1963, 13. South Africa, 2.5 cents, 1967, 14. German South-West Africa, 5 pfennigs, 1900, 15. South West Africa, 1 + 1 pound, 1923, 16. South West Africa, 2 shillings 6 pence + 2 shillings 6 pence, 1931, 17. South West Africa, 1 penny, 1949, 18. South West Africa, 1 shilling, 1954, 19. South
RMBWJB2A–scenery landscape Africa Namibia South-West Africa desert rocky hills erosion golden grass near Keetmanshoop
RMG5MP5K–21-MAY-95 ........... England training in Durban South Africa. .......... Martin Bayfield challenged by Richard West
RMM79HYF–Africa, South-West Africa, Namibia, Etoscha National Park, giraffes, zebras,
RMD36PW0–A war memorial to SWAPO activists who were tortured and killed by South African forces during Namibian war for independence.
RMC5KXH8–South-West Africa postage stamp
RM2A77A0G–Hottentot Holland, with Sir Lowry's Pass, and the village of Somerset-West, South Africa, circa 1849
RMKX9FWC–Kunene River (Cunene River), the border between Angola and Namibia, south-west Africa (view towards Angola)
RMCPJ1EP–Protection force for German South West Africa
RMKKFMM7–1915 War Illustrated Allied Victory in German South-West Africa
RMTATXMD–IMPERIAL GERMANY UNTIL 1914, An imperial German South-West Africa colonial officer hat Grey felt body with blue piping, blue band, officer national colours cockade attached by one rivet, brown leather sweatband, size stamp '56' an interior maker's label, slight moth damage. CNN10195, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMDRHFW4–Seven Herero men in chains, German South West Africa
RMRJMXX2–An engraving depicting of Welsitschia mirabilis in South-West Africa (Namibia); 1896
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