Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée

Lindner U (2009)
Journal of Namibian Studies (6): 57-79.

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Lindner U. Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée. Journal of Namibian Studies. 2009;(6):57-79.
Lindner, U. (2009). Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée. Journal of Namibian Studies(6), 57-79.
Lindner, U. (2009). Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée. Journal of Namibian Studies, 57-79.
Lindner, U., 2009. Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée. Journal of Namibian Studies, (6), p 57-79.
U. Lindner, “Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée”, Journal of Namibian Studies, 2009, pp. 57-79.
Lindner, U.: Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée. Journal of Namibian Studies. 57-79 (2009).
Lindner, Ulrike. “Contested concepts of "white"/"native" and mixed marriages in German South-West Africa and the Cape Colony 1900-1914: A histoire croisée”. Journal of Namibian Studies 6 (2009): 57-79.
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