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From the Reich to Rhodesia By Peter Sternberg & Hermoine Sternberg (ed)
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The author (born in February 1935) and his parents fled Nazi Germany in 1939, after his father had been incarcerated for six weeks in a concentration camp. They made their way to Southern Rhodesia... More > (now Zimbabwe) where the family eventually settled in the town of Gatooma. Peter describes his reminiscences of life prior to departing Nazi Germany, the World War II era and the post-war years that followed. Five years as a boarder at Prince Edward School in Salisbury followed thereafter (1947–1951) and his experiences at ‘P.E.’ the largest boy’s high school in the country are vividly described and documented. This book, amply illustrated, releases a flood of memories of what it was like to live in the ‘old’ Rhodesia – the strip roads then still in use, visits to the ‘bioscope’, witnessing Rhodesia’s contribution to the Allied war effort, sporting heroes of that generation and much more ...< Less
A Dream of Old Rhodesia By Ted Pletts
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This story was written in 1967 shortly after Rhodesia embarked on its journey to become Zimbabwe. The author arrived in the land in 1936 to be a policeman with the British South African Police. He... More > served in the Second World War and returned to continue life in Rhodesia where he lived until his death in 1977. He writes of the people and animals of the land with a great affection . As a man of insight he could see that unless goodwill prevailed a time of great suffering would come upon all the people. The book was rejected by publishers at the time but in hindsight is a window on the attitudes and values that brought a beautiful land in to a time of suffering. His positive optimism is evident throughout the book and for anyone who has lived in Africa it will bring back memories of the beauty of the land and people. It is a story about a policeman, and a young lad who survived an attack by a leopard, and the extraordinary relationship that resulted between a white MP and an African Nationalist.< Less
Rhodesia's Death Europe's Funeral By Michael Walsh
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Transfer of African colonies to occupation by global finance was cunningly sold as the inevitability of Black rule. African despots are bankers’ tenants and Africans their major victims. The... More > fraud was carried out by political elites who, compromised by fiscal and sexual indiscretions, were blackmailed to do the banks’ bidding. NATO West blockaded Rhodesia whilst the Soviet Union funded, trained and armed terrorists hyped by media as noble partisans fighting for democracy and freedom. Government and media, Church, Anti-Apartheid Movement and leftist-liberals, singing to the same Red hymn sheet, unleashed hell on Africa.< Less
Rhodesia's Death Europe's Funeral By Michael Walsh
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Transfer of African colonies to occupation by global finance was cunningly sold as the inevitability of Black rule. Western and Soviet-backed depots were proxy armies like today’s so-called... More > Syrian ‘rebels’. The fraud was carried out by political elites who, compromised by fiscal and sexual indiscretions, were blackmailed to do the banks’ bidding. NATO West blockaded Rhodesia, the Soviet Union funded, trained and armed terrorists hyped by media as noble partisans fighting for democracy and freedom. Government and media, Church, Anti-Apartheid Movement and leftist-liberals unleashed hell on Africa. Church leaders referred to African-killing terrorists as Christian soldiers. Today the ‘winds of change’ sweep across Europe. The same dark forces now inflict on ethnic-Europe a bloodbath of epic proportions. This, if successful, will transfer total control of Europe to the same global banking houses; Africa yesterday Europe tomorrow.< Less
Rhodesia 1890 1980 By Bill McDonald
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The Mouldings of Chipinge: Life in Rhodesia and Zimbabwe By Dr. Ross Gordon Cooper
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Growing up in Rhodesia or Zimbabwe is something one will never forget. Life in the Eastern Border District particularly the Chipinga/e area imprints on the mind the sunshine, the friendly community... More > and supportative lifestyle, the affordability of commodities despite world economic and trade sanctions on Rhodesia, and the lovely thunderstorms. Included in this book is a detailed section pre-history and history of the country as well as the political development from those tumultuous years as the white pioneers made their way into the region, and opened up areas that were previously scantly used, Chipinge being one of these. Despite the political turmoil that Zimbabwe has experienced and the reality of many Chipinge residents leaving, one will always remember the sights and sounds of Zimbabwe. It is a Shona proverb that once one hears the cry of the fish eagle, Africa will forever live in one's heart. After reading this book you will realise just how true that is. It forms an extremely interesting read!< Less
Historic Buildings of Salisbury, Rhodesia - set of 7 prints By Graham Atkins
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An ideal yet affordable gift, this lovely set of 7 collectable prints brings back memories of Rhodesia’s graceful colonial architecture. This hand-sketched black and white A4 series depicts... More > some of Salisbury’s most iconic historical buildings - Old Meikles, Old Kingstons, Bamboo Inn, Store Bros, Grand Hotel, Standard Bank, Arnold Building. You can use your prints to create your own dramatic wall display - simply use the ADD/DOWNLOAD TO BASKET button, then print and frame your favourite pictures. Why not also create extra framed sets as unique gifts for your friends!< Less
From the Farm to the Hospital Via Northern Rhodesia By Ivan M. Jackson M.D.
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This is an autobiography of a little farm boy who became a doctor and before practicing in Ontario, Canada, he spent two years as a Missionary Doctor in Northern Rhodesia. Dr. Ivan M. Jackson was... More > born on a farm in Ontario, Canada. He graduated from University of Toronto in 1961 with an MD degree. After interning at Toronto East General Hospital he went to Northern Rhodesia with his wife Carol and son Gordon. They returned to Canada in 1964 and Ivan did General Practice in Owen Sound, ON. After 35 years they moved to Perth, ON and Ivan took over his son’s Family Practice. After three years he changed his practice to Biblical counseling and psychotherapy. He retired form practice in 2012 and He and Carol still live in Perth, ON.< Less
From the Farm to the Hospital via Northern Rhodesia By Ivan M. Jackson M.D.
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This is an autobiography of a little farm boy who became a doctor and before practicing in Ontario, Canada, he spent two years as a Missionary Doctor in Northern Rhodesia. Dr. Ivan M. Jackson was... More > born on a farm in Ontario, Canada. He graduated from University of Toronto in 1961 with an MD degree. After interning at Toronto East General Hospital he went to Northern Rhodesia with his wife Carol and son Gordon. They returned to Canada in 1964 and Ivan did General Practice in Owen Sound, ON. After 35 years they moved to Perth, ON and Ivan took over his son’s Family Practice. After three years he changed his practice to Biblical counseling and psychotherapy. He retired form practice in 2012 and He and Carol still live in Perth, ON.< Less
Through South Africa His Visit to Rhodesia, the Transvaal, Cape Colony, Natal By Henry M. (Henry Morton) Stanley
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Henry Morton Stanley GCB (born John Rowlands; 28 January 1841... More > – 10 May 1904) was a Welsh journalist and explorer who was famous for his exploration of central Africa and his search for missionary and explorer David Livingstone. Upon finding Livingstone, Stanley reportedly asked, "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" Stanley is also known for his search for the source of the Nile, his work in and development of the Congo Basin region in association with King Leopold II of the Belgians, and commanding the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition. He was knighted in 1899.Henry Stanley was born in 1841 as John Rowlands in Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales. His mother Elizabeth Parry was 18 years old at the time of his birth. She abandoned him as a very young baby and cut off all communication. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Morton_Stanley< Less

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