Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht

Lindner U (2009)
European Review of History 16(5): 679-695.

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Stichworte
colonial rule; Southern Africa; German and British; African workers; transcolonial movements; migration
Erscheinungsjahr
2009
Zeitschriftentitel
European Review of History
Band
16
Ausgabe
5
Seite(n)
679-695
ISSN
1350-7486
eISSN
1469-8293
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2287247

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Lindner U. Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht. European Review of History. 2009;16(5):679-695.
Lindner, U. (2009). Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht. European Review of History, 16(5), 679-695. doi:10.1080/13507480903262686
Lindner, U. (2009). Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht. European Review of History 16, 679-695.
Lindner, U., 2009. Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht. European Review of History, 16(5), p 679-695.
U. Lindner, “Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht”, European Review of History, vol. 16, 2009, pp. 679-695.
Lindner, U.: Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht. European Review of History. 16, 679-695 (2009).
Lindner, Ulrike. “Transnational movements between colonial empires: Migrant workers from the British Cape Colony in the German diamond town Lüderitzbucht”. European Review of History 16.5 (2009): 679-695.