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Jacob Morenga, the Namibian Military Genius Who Frustrated the Germans During the German-Herero Conflict of 1904

Jacob Morenga, also known as the "black Napoleon", was one of the chief leader in the insurrections against the German Empire which took place between 1904 and 1908.

Belgium Returns Patrice Lumumba’s Tooth to Family 61 Years After His Murder

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Tanzania’s Abdulrazak Gurnah Wins 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature

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Artefacts Looted by British Forces in 1868 Returned to Ethiopia

Artefacts looted by British troops from Ethiopia in 1868 have been returned to the Ethiopian embassy in London.

This Lion Sanctuary in South Africa Allows Visitors to Get Up Close With Lions by Locking Them in a Cage

A lion sanctuary near Harrismith in the eastern Free State, a province of South Africa allows people to get up close with its lions, by locking visitors in a plexiglass cage for up to 45 minutes at a time.

Anthropology Days: The Racist Olympic Event of 1904

The shameless Anthropology Days exhibition was held during the 1904 Olympics in St. Louis, Missouri, where natives from foreign lands participated in various “special Olympic” events.

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