|Classification|||||A.08.3.2. Historical and Military Sites, Battle Fields, Colonial Resistance|
|Place|||||Kub, Farm Voigtskub, 25 km from Kalkrand|
|Site Environment|||||Memorial stone for the first Afrikaans school at Kub and for 7 Boer volunteers who had also been killed in the herero and nama fight. 2 graveyards - Boer and German - remains of an old police station|
|Refences|||||Official Gazette 2937, No. 68, 1968. Vogt, Andreas, \"National Monuments in Namibia\", Windhoek 2004, p. 93-94.|
|Legal Status|||||Declared as National Monument on 01.11.1968 by the Historical Monuments Commission for South West Africa (HMC).|
Impressive pyramidal structure on a platform, built from stone and cement. It is believed to have been topped by an bronze eagle, but only a spike can be seen by means of which an ornament could have been affixed. A marble plague contains an inscription..
The monument commemorates the fight between the Nama and the Germans on 22.11.1904. 7 German soldiers were killed. Kub had been a flourshing settlement housing the first Afrikaans school which is commemorated by a stone placed in 1953 carrying an inscription. A police station and hotel was also built at Kub. A graveyard of early Boer settlers and fallen German soldiers is also found.