‘Each image, a portrait of Herero tribe members of Namibia, reveals a material culture that harkens the region’s tumultuous past: residents wear Victorian era dresses and paramilitary costume as a direct result and documentation of its early 20th German colonization…” Excerpt from Jim Naughten.com

Herero woman in orange and blue dress Herero cavalrymen Herero man in yellow suit Herero cadet saluting Herero school cadet Herero soldier in blue uniform Herero soldier with fur cap Herero woman in blue dress Herero cadet in cardboard hat Herero woman in yellow dress Herero woman showing patchwork dress Herero woman with yellow scarf Herero women marching


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