|Born||Anton Theodor Eberhard August Lubowski
February 3, 1952
|Died||September 12, 1989
|Known for||SWAPO activist|
|Children||Nadia and Almut|
Education and early life
Lubowski attended Paul Roos Gymnasium in Stellenbosch, South Africa. He then did a year of military training with the South African Defence Force in Pretoria, before attending Stellenbosch University for law and the University of Cape Town for a LLB.
In the evening of 12 September 1989, Lubowski was shot by a group of assailants in front of his house in Sanderburg Street in central Windhoek. He was hit by several shots from an AK-47 automatic rifle and died from a bullet wound to his head.
In the media
The life of Anton Lubowski is described in a book written by his widow Gabrielle Lubowski in her novel "On Solid Ground" ISBN 9781456475291 / ISBN 978-1-4564-7529-1. The murder of Anton Lubowski was processed in Bernhard Jaumanns novel "The Hour of the Jackal" ISBN 978-1-9067-8042-5
- Mokhatu, Imelda (21 September 2007). "18th anniversary of Anton Lubowski’s death passes unnoticed". Namibia Economist. Retrieved 2008-06-05.[dead link]
- "Who’s Who of Southern Africa". Retrieved 2013-03-06.
- Flanagan, Louise (31 Mar 1995). "Modise won't release MI's Lubowski files". Mail & Guardian. Retrieved 2008-05-15.
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission transcript 24 April 1996
- Lister, Gwen; Brown, Susan; Fleming, Derek (13 September 1989). "Anton Slain". The Namibian (2014 facsimile of the original title page). p. 1.
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