One Man’s Vision. The Story of Rhodesia.


One Man’s Vision is an absorbing profile of events and personalities that characterised the first six dramatic years of Rhodesia’s history.Working largely from the original manuscrpts of and interviews with Pioneers,the author tells the complete story from Occupation to Rebellion,describing in detail the gathering and marching of the Pioneer Column,conflict with the Portuguese,the Boer ‘invasion’,the infant settlements,the Matabele War of 1893 and the Matabele and Mashona Rebellions of 1896-1897.There is also an Epilogue summarising developments to the mid-1930’s.It is a moving story and a relevant one today.



H/b in v/g clean boards,in a pictiorial d/w clean,but with some edge-wear,torn edges and spine ends with some slight loss.Size 9×6 pp 288,inc,index,plates taken from reproduced photographic prints,inc frontispiece.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.No foxing,staining or browning,Internally clean and bright throughout.


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