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File PA 2/2/1 - Papers presented to the International Conference on South West Africa: 1966 Mar. (21 articles)- On the Simmonstown Agreement by Dr HJ Simons (2 copies) - ‘Techniques of domination: South Africa’s colonialism’ by unknown - ‘German South West Africa: 1904-1914 (The settlers’ attempts to achieve social supremacy and the social disintegration of the territory)’ by Helmut Bley - ‘South West Africa: The case for international action’ by the Conference Steering Committee - ‘The development of the South West African economy’ by Sean Gervasi - Speech by Olof Palme, Swedish Minister for Communication, and Chairman of the Conference. - ‘South West Africa: The economic relationship with South Africa’ by Robert B. Sutcliffe - ‘The vulnerability of the South African economy’ by Sean Gervasi - ‘South West Africa: The defence position’ by Richard Gott - ‘German South West Africa: 1904-1914 (The settlers’ attempts to achieve supremacy and the social disintegration of the territory’ by Helmut Bley - ‘Education in South West Af

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Papers presented to the International Conference on South West Africa: 1966 Mar. (21 articles)- On the Simmonstown Agreement by Dr HJ Simons (2 copies) - ‘Techniques of domination: South Africa’s colonialism’ by unknown - ‘German South West Africa: 1904-1914 (The settlers’ attempts to achieve social supremacy and the social disintegration of the territory)’ by Helmut Bley - ‘South West Africa: The case for international action’ by the Conference Steering Committee - ‘The development of the South West African economy’ by Sean Gervasi - Speech by Olof Palme, Swedish Minister for Communication, and Chairman of the Conference. - ‘South West Africa: The economic relationship with South Africa’ by Robert B. Sutcliffe - ‘The vulnerability of the South African economy’ by Sean Gervasi - ‘South West Africa: The defence position’ by Richard Gott - ‘German South West Africa: 1904-1914 (The settlers’ attempts to achieve supremacy and the social disintegration of the territory’ by Helmut Bley - ‘Education in South West Af

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