Notes
1
Annette Seegers, The Military in the Making of Modern South Africa (London: I. B. Tauris, 1996), p. 224.
2
Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa Report (Cape Town: Truth and Reconciliation, 1998), vol. 2, p. 46 [hereafter, TRC Report].
3
Ibid., p. 47.
4
Seegers, The Military, p. 225.
5
TRC Report, vol. 2, p. 74.
6
Eugene de Kock, A Long Night's Damage: Working for the Apartheid State (Saxonwold: Contra, 1998), p. 82.
7
TRC Report, vol. 2, p. 75.
8
Gavin Cawthra, Brutal Force: The Apartheid War Machine (London, International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, 1986), pp. 123–124.
9
Lionel Cliffe, The Transition to Independence in Namibia (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 1994), p. 22.
10
Colin Leys and John Saul, “Liberation Without Democracy? The SWAPO Crisis of 1976, ” Journal of Southern African Studies 20, 1 (1994), p. 134.
11
Guy Lamb, “Civil Supremacy of the Military in Namibia: An Evolutionary Perspective, ” master's thesis, University of Cape Town (1999), pp. 106–108.
12
Leys and Saul, “Liberation Without Democracy?” pp. 137–138.
13
Siegfried Groth, Namibia: The Wall of Silence—The Dark Days of the Liberation Struggle (Wuppertal: Peter Hammer, 1995), pp. 55–66.
14
Leys and Saul, “Liberation Without Democracy?” pp. 139–140.
15
Human Rights Watch, Accountability in Namibia: Human Rights and the Transition to Democracy (New York: Human Rights Watch, 1992), p. 72.
16
John Saul and Colin Leys, “SWAPO: The Politics of Exile, ” in Colin Leys and John Saul (eds.), Namibia the Two-Edged Sword (London: James Currey, 1995), pp. 56–57.
17
Ibid., p. 56.
18
Human Rights Watch, Accountability in Namibia, p. 71.
19
Susan Brown, “Diplomacy by Other Means—SWAPO's Liberation War, ” in Leys and Saul, Namibia, p. 29; Peter H. Katjavivi, A History of Resistance in Namibia (London: James Currey, 1988), p. 87.
20
Seegers, The Military, pp. 223–224.
21
TRC Report, vol. 2, p. 77.
22
Annemarie Heywood, “The Cassinga Event: An Investigation of the Records” (Windhoek: Archeia 18, 1994), p. 6.
23
Human Rights Watch, Angola Unravels: The Rise and Fall of the Lusaka Peace Process (New York: Human Rights Watch, 1999), p. 2.
24
Ibid., p. 3; Amnesty International, “Angola, ” Annual Report 1999 (Apr. 12, 2000), available at www.amnesty.org/ailib/aireport/ar99/arf12.htm.
25
U. S. Department of State, “Angola, ” 1999 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, Feb. 25, 2000, available at www.state.gov/www/global/human_rights/ 1999_hrp_report/angola.html.
26
Ibid.; Human Rights Watch, Angola Unravels, p. 3; Amnesty International, “Angola. ”
27
Amnesty International, “Angola. ”
28
Human Rights Watch, Angola Unravels, p. 3; Amnesty International, “Angola”; U. S. Department of State, “Angola. ”

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