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Rhodesia, Zimbabwe in Africa

Choose from 231 pictures in our Rhodesia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Featured Rhodesia Print

Photograph of the lead and zinc mine in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia (now Kabwe

Photograph of the lead and zinc mine in Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia (now Kabwe, Zambia) - the site of the discovery of a Cranium of Homo rhodesiensis, in Mutwe Wa Nsofu Area on June 17, 1921 by Tom Zwiglaar, a Swiss miner. H. rhodesiensis is now mostly considered a synonym of Homo heidelbergensis, or possibly an African subspecies of Homo heidelbergensis sensu lato. The exact spot of discovery is circled (at a depth of 90ft below ground level). Date: 1921

Featured Rhodesia Print

'Map illustrating the Closing Phases of the East African Campaign, 1917-18', (c1920)

'Map illustrating the Closing Phases of the East African Campaign, 1917-18', (c1920). European powers in Africa during the First World War: 'Shaded area showing Territory still held by the enemy in German East Africa at the beginning of 1917; Coastal areas held by British troops; General von Lettow-Vorbeck's track from December 1916 to his surrender on November 14, 1918; Colonel Tafel's line of retreat from the Mohenge district until his surrender on November 27, 1918; Track of the Wintgens-Naumann raiding force, February-October 1917'. From "The Great World War: A History", Volume IX, edited by Frank A Mumby. [The Gresham Publishing Company Ltd, London, c1920]

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Featured Rhodesia Print

Politics - Commonwealth Heads of State with the Queen - Buckingham Palace

The Queen, with the Prime Ministers and heads of state attending the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference at the dinner party she gave a Buckingham Palace. Among the group is Dr Hendrik Verwoed, making his last appearance at such a Commonwealth function. This week, owing to dissention over South Africa's apartheid policy, he withdrew his country from the Commonwealth. Left to right; Dr Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana), Mr John Diefenbaker (Canada), Dr Hendrik Verwoed (South Africa), Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (India), Field Marshal Mohamed Ayub Khan (Pakistan), Sir Roy Welensky (Rhodesia and Nyasaland), Mrs Sirimavo Bandanaraike (Ceylon), Mr Harold Macmillan (Britain), Mr Robert Menzies (Australia), and Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus)

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