|Statement||Dave and Sandie Bartel.|
|Contributions||Bartel, Sandie, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DT962.2 .B37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||79111224|
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Another myth is that Rhodesia was a “white nation” with native Rhodesian whites fighting a communist invasion. In fact, half the white population in the s were settlers who immigrated Author: Robert Beckhusen. The Bush War In Rhodesia: The Extraordinary Combat Memoir of a Rhodesian Reconnaissance Specialist. Reclaiming Rhodesia. The world united against , Whites and the official representatives of all 4,, Blacks, their traditional Chiefs, to destroy Rhodesia. Why? What was the real agenda? And why is Rhodesia so much more significant than being "just a footnote" in history? The first book-length history of Rhodesia, by Howard Hensman, published in Just 11 years old under the name Rhodesia, the country had already experienced tribal warfare, rebellion, political intrigues, and an involvement in a war beyond its borders.
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