The Land God Made In Anger

The Land God Made In Anger The Land God Made In Anger South West Africa Namibia has been governed by South Africa for decades ever since German rule ended after the First World War But German influence has remained strong So w

  • Title: The Land God Made In Anger
  • Author: John Gordon Davis
  • ISBN: 9780006175476
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Land God Made In Anger South West Africa Namibia has been governed by South Africa for decades, ever since German rule ended after the First World War But German influence has remained strong So when, a month after the Second World War ends, two German officers erupt from the sea along the infamous Skeleton Coast, escaping from a crippled U boat, they are arrivinThe Land God Made In Anger South West Africa Namibia has been governed by South Africa for decades, ever since German rule ended after the First World War But German influence has remained strong So when, a month after the Second World War ends, two German officers erupt from the sea along the infamous Skeleton Coast, escaping from a crippled U boat, they are arriving on friendly territory But who are they Why have they come Why do only two men escape from the submarine And why does one of them immediately murder the other one on the shore

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    1. Beautifully plotted. A gripping story which delves back into the German colonization of South West Africa, the second world war and the Nazi plan for a Fourth Reich.Our main character is a naturalized Australian born in South Africa who owns a fishing boat and a licence to fish in South West African waters. Disillusioned with South Africa and with the turn he sees in SWA (an indication tha SA might pull troops out of the border and eventually grant SWA independence) he returns to Namibia with th [...]

    2. Brilliant! I was constantly googling stuff about South African German history to find out what is fact. I learnt so much about my own countries history. And a brilliant story line combining my love for Africa and fascination about the second world war.

    3. One of my best reads ever. As a South African, I know most of the places mentioned in this book and it is hard to think that this is fiction! It is so close to the truth!Best book!

    4. Brilliant, a real down to earth gripping novel about South Africa and specifically South Africa and South West Africa (Namibia)

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