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Without Honour By Robb WJ Ellis
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Detailing my experiences in the Zimbabwe Republic Police in Matabeleland South in the early to mid 1980's during which time Robert Mugabe unleashed his Korean-trained Fifth Brigade on the Matabele... More > people - twenty to thirty thousand people lost their lives in that time. Neither Mugabe nor his armed forces have been brought to book for the massacre.< Less
Without Honour By Robb WJ Ellis
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Detailing my experiences in the Zimbabwe Republic Police in Matabeleland South in the early to mid 1980's during which time Robert Mugabe unleashed his Korean-trained Fifth Brigade on the Matabele... More > people - twenty to thirty thousand people lost their lives in that time. Neither Mugabe nor his armed forces have been brought to book for the massacre.< Less
Once Upon a White Man By Graham Atkins
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Once Upon a White Man - war and peace in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe. “This is a world class book. What we have here is a memoir of a wise and moderate man, who did his best to save Rhodesia from... More > self-destruction, and tried to earn a decent living in the resulting Zimbabwe. The author's attention to detail is as good as that of any bestselling autobiography. He remembers things that both racists and leftists would rather forget - the culture of humiliation and violence that made Rhodesia unsustainable, and the ugly silence of world opinion that made it possible for Mugabe to get away with genocide and ethnic cleansing. Even though I've never been to Africa, this book tore me from my political views and made me think seriously about the goals of humanity." (Avery Morrow, Japan, Aug 2011)< Less
Once Upon a White Man By Graham Atkins
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Once Upon a White Man - war and peace in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe. “This is a world class book. What we have here is a memoir of a wise and moderate man, who did his best to save Rhodesia from... More > self-destruction, and tried to earn a decent living in the resulting Zimbabwe. The author's attention to detail is as good as that of any bestselling autobiography. He remembers things that both racists and leftists would rather forget - the culture of humiliation and violence that made Rhodesia unsustainable, and the ugly silence of world opinion that made it possible for Mugabe to get away with genocide and ethnic cleansing. Even though I've never been to Africa, this book tore me from my political views and made me think seriously about the goals of humanity." (Avery Morrow, Japan, Aug 2011)< Less