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Over the next decade, the land and the cattle that were essential to Herero and Nama lifestyles passed into the hands of German settlers arriving in South West Africa.A number of factors led the Herero to join them in January 1904. The Herero had already ceded over a quarter of their 130,000 square kilometres (50,000 sq mi) to German colonists by 1903, Historian Horst Drechsler states that there was discussion of the possibility of establishing and placing the Herero in native reserves and that this was further proof of the German colonists' sense of ownership over the land.

Faced with repeated attacks by the Khowesin, a clan of the Khoikhoi under Hendrik Witbooi, he signed a protection treaty on 21 October 1885 with Imperial Germany's colonial governor Heinrich Ernst Göring (father of Nazi Luftwaffe commander Hermann Göring) but did not cede the land of the Herero.

This treaty was renounced in 1888 due to lack of German support against Witbooi but it was reinstated in 1890.

To correct this growing problem, Governor Leutwein decreed with good intentions that all debts not paid within the next year would be voided.

In the absence of hard cash, traders often seized cattle, or whatever objects of value they could get their hands on, to recoup their loans as quickly as possible.

The area occupied by the Herero was known as Damaraland.

The Nama were pastorals and traders living to the South of the Herero.The Herero and Nama genocide was a campaign of racial extermination and collective punishment that the German Empire undertook in German South West Africa (now Namibia) against the Ovaherero and the Nama.It is considered the first genocide of the 20th century. In January 1904, the Herero people, led by Samuel Maharero and Nama led by Captain Hendrik Witbooi, rebelled against German colonial rule.They were just trying to get away with their cattle.German patrols later found skeletons around holes 13 metres (43 ft) deep that had been dug in a vain attempt to find water.This will be possible if the water-holes from Grootfontein to Gobabis are occupied.