Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia

Southern Rhodesia declared independence unilaterally as Rhodesia in 1965. It achieved formal independence as Zimbabwe in 1980. 

 
 
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WEEKEND WORLD[12/10/75] (1975)

An interview with Sir Keith Joseph.

A report on the current situation in Rhodesia, including an interview with Prime Minister, Ian ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[14/03/76] (1976)

Rhodesia - do white Rhodesians want a settlement with the black nationalists? Includes an interview with Joshua Nkomo.

The government and ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[18/05/75] (1975)

An interview with James Callaghan about Britain's foreign policy, NATO, Cyprus, Rhodesia, the EEC and the economic situation.

A report on ...

 

WEEKEND WORLD[24/02/80] (1980)

A report and analysis of the Rhodesian elections to be held on 4/3/1980 - the first universal suffrage elections.

 

WHITE CHRISTIAN'S BURDEN (1978)

Documentary about the Christian position in the Rhodesian war. There are Christians supporting both sides - is the Christian message ...

 

WHITE RHODESIANS (1976)

The affect of Mr. Smith's announcement of majority rule within two years on white rhodesians. Includes an interview with the ...

 

WILLING HANDS (1960)

The industrial evolution of Rhodesia.

 

WINGED ASSEGAIS (1962)

Life in the Rhodesia Royal Air Force - the day's routine at an air base, vampire squadron exercises, training for ...

 

WINSTON FIELD INTERVIEW (1960)

Winston Field discusses his government's decision to introduce the death penalty for a variety of offences, including petrol bombing. Also ...

 

WISH YOU WERE HERE (1960)

A family tours Southern Rhodesia on holiday. Shows holiday spots from the Eastern Districts, the Victoria Falls, Salisbury, Zimbabwe ruins, ...

 

WITH HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES IN SOUTH... (1925)

THE PRINCE OF WALES‰ TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA, MAY-JULY 1925

WIVES OF NENDI

WIVES OF NENDI (1949)has video enhanced entry

Described by the voiceover as 'the true story of Mai Mangwende, the wife of Chief Mangwende of Southern Rhodesia and ...