First native meeting after Windhoek was occupied; waiting to hear the address of the native commissioner [historic title], 1915
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193 x 135 mm. Showing a large group of Africans gathered on a small hill waiting to hear Pritchard speak. The speech probably concerned the changes in law attendant to the occupation and the warning that Africans were to take no part in what was 'a white man's war'.
- Creation: 1915
- From the Fonds: Imperial War Museum (Organization)
- From the Fonds: Pritchard, Stanley Archibald Markham, fl. 1874-1918 (Person)
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