Reiterdenkmal in Windhoek before its relocation in 2009 The Reiterdenkmal (English: Equestrian Monument) in Windhoek was erected in 1912 to celebrate the victory and to remember the fallen Germans with no mention of the killed indigenous population. It remains a bone of contention in independent NamibiaFile:Kirche denkmal nam.jpg
File:Blubk bluish.jpg Cover of the 1918 British Bluebook, originally available through His Majesty's Stationery Office. In 1926, except for archive copies, it was withdrawn and destroyed following a "decision of the then Legislative Assembly"
Central figure Lieutenant General Lothar von Trotha, the Oberbefehlshaber (Supreme Commander) of the protection force in German South-West Africa, in Keetmanshoop during the Herero uprising, 1904. File:Bundesarchiv Bild 183-R27576, Deutsch-Südwestafrika, Herero-Aufstand.jpg