I have been offered a commission in the Rhodesian
Police, and I am going out to South Africa at once.'"
Headquarters of the Second Rhodesians
occupied a sheltered position far enough back of the lines to be comparatively safe from enemy observation.
The models, made from Rhodesian
silver, are being sold at the Old Mill Antiques Centre in Low Town.
Stories of Rhodesian
student activism thus provided space for justifying alternative political possibilities of nationalism, which implicitly critiqued the ruling party's 'patriotic' narrative, as well as for nostalgic anecdotes of life on campus, their journeys into adulthood, and the excitement of being part of a dynamic, transformational political project.
Some excerpts from his book: "The Rhodesian
security forces operated a Biological Warfare Unit during the Bush War.
Elasticity in Domesticity: White Women in Rhodesian
Various publications which included newspapers and magazines largely controlled by the Rhodesian
government also carried stories of purported battlefield activities of the freedom fighters.
He was once on death row under the Rhodesian
regime for fighting in Zimbabwe's liberation struggle.
This was to expose Rhodesian
troops to a front along the long expanse of the Mozambican border.
By contrast, as detailed in Ian Pringle's Dingo Firestorm, the Rhodesian
Air Force, working very closely with the Rhodesian
Army, successfully used antiquated Hawker Hunters, Canberras, DeHavilland Vampires and "K-Cars" (Alouette III helicopters locally modified to mount a 20mm cannon) to take out a Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army (ZANLA) base in Mozambique in 1977.
November 6 | Scottish Border Collie Club's championship show at Lanark Agricultural Centre at 9.30am and Rhodesian
Ridgeback Club of Scotland's championship show is at same venue, 9.30am.
Meanwhile, eight thousand miles away, in Southern Africa, Rhodesian
white settlers break away from the British Commonwealth and are surrounded by hostile Africans demanding immediate independence.