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  • American Links With Early Days of Rhodesia by remarks of R.W.S. Turner 561645American Links With Early Days of Rhodesiaremarks of R.W.S. Turner
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  • Independence  (1965)  by the Government of Rhodesia 23646Unilateral Declaration of Independenceby the Government of Rhodesia1965 Proclamation Whereas in the
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  • the measures taken so far have failed to bring the rebellion in Southern Rhodesia to an end, Reaffirming that, to the extent not superseded in this resolution
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  • States to do their utmost to break off economic relations with Southern Rhodesia, Deeply concerned that the Council's efforts so far and the measures taken
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 23 Rhodesia 13097491911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 23 — Rhodesia Rhodesia (so named after Cecil Rhodes), an
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  • The measures so far taken have failed to bring the rebellion in Southern Rhodesia to an end, (b) Some States, contrary to resolutions 232 (1966) and 253
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  •   —N—   New Hebrides (see VANUATU) Northern Rhodesia (see ZAMBIA)   —O—     —P—   Pemba (see TANZANIA)
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Rhodesia by James Joseph Kendal 105884Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 RhodesiaJames Joseph Kendal A British
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  • concerned about the situation in Southern Rhodesia, Considering that the illegal authorities in Southern Rhodesia have proclaimed independence and that the
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  • committed to decolonizing Southern Rhodesia on the basis of free and democratic elections which will lead Southern Rhodesia to genuine independence acceptable
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  • Resolution 1747the UN General Assembly 1747 (XVI). The question of Southern Rhodesia The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 1514 (XV) of 14 December
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  • States to do their utmost to break off economic relations with Southern Rhodesia, including an embargo on oil and petroleum products, Gravely concerned
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  • 1922 Encyclopædia Britannica Rhodesia 13733221922 Encyclopædia Britannica — Rhodesia Rhodesia (see 23.259).—The three divisions of which this territory
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  • General Assembly have not brought to and end the illegal regime in Southern Rhodesia, Reiterating its grave concern that some States contrary to Security Council
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  • regime in Southern Rhodesia against the security and economy of Zambia, Reaffirming the inalienable right of the people of Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) to
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  • Congressional Record Volume 81 Part 3 American Links with Early Days of Rhodesia: remarks of R.W.S. Turner, excerpt from the U.S. Congressional Record,
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  • Northern Rhodesia (from the book: Bulawayo Up-to-date; Being a General Sketch of Rhodesia. by Walter H. Wills, junr J Hall, Joyce Garraway. Published by
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  • Mozambique committed by the illegal racist minority régime in Southern Rhodesia, Taking note of the resolution adopted by the Council of Ministers of the
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  • certain ruins in South-East Africa. Its use is not confined to Southern Rhodesia and should not properly be restricted to any one particular site. For,
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  • Southern Rhodesia, Recalling its resolution 1747 (XVI) of 28 June 1962, by which the General Assembly affirmed that the Territory of Southern Rhodesia is a
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