Evidence of 1904 genocide

Jason Burke reports in the Guardian, ‘The remains of victims of concentration camps in Namibia which were gathered by a German racialist scientist for use in experiments have been found in the collection of a major US museum, campaigners claim . . . probably those of people who died in concentration camps during an attempt by the German authorities to crush a rebellion by the Herero and Namaqua between 1904 and 1908 . . . The Germans’ apparent attempt to exterminate entire peoples has led to the killings being described as the “20th century’s first genocide”. ‘ click here.