"Papua blood" is a documentary eyewitness account taking the reader through the western part of the island of New Guinea. Over an interval spanning three decades the author and photographer Peter Bang descibes his experiences among the indigenous people of West Papua who are threadened by a continuing history of genocide and extinction. "... Exelent written ... from a culture that one day will be gone. The author enlightens and entertains while delivering a deeply engaged statement for West Papua´s independence ..." - Jorgen Bjerre / journalist, former Chief Editor. Note: This edition in 128 pages is updated with a few black & white photos on the basis of the photographic edition of the book "PAPUA BLOOD - A Photographer´s Eyewitness Account of West Papua Over 30 Years" by Peter Bang (248 pages, 200 color photos) / published by Remote Frontlines.