A Flag for the Matabele. A story of Empire-building in Africa.


This is the story of Empire-building in Africa–with a difference.It is the story of two peoples,each with their own autocratic leader,who in turn conquer the same land—that great stetch of Africa between the Limpopo and the Zambesi,now called Rhodesia.The first were black heathens,and they came openly as intending conquerors;the second,who were white,professed to be Christians,and they came in stealth and pretended they had no designs on the land,which they took nethertheless.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a illustrated d/w,chipped and with some repaired tears some edge-wear and slight damage to the spine where an old lable has been removed.,price-clipped.Size 8×6 pp 192,plates as reproduced b/w photographic prints.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.a signature on the ff/ep along with some staining and slightly age-browned.Otherwise clean enough throughout.


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