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Rhodesians Never Die The Impact of War and Political

This book tells the story of how White Rhodesians three quarters of whom were ill prepared for revolutionary change reacted to the terrorist war and the onset of black rule in the 1970s It shows how internal divisions both old and new undermined the supposed unity of White Rhodesia how most Rhodesians begrudgingly accepted the inevitability of black majority rule without adjusting to its implications and how the self appointed defenders of Western civilization sometimes adopted uncivilized methods of protecting the Rhodesian way of life This is a lively and accessible account based on careful archival research and numerous personal interviews It sets out to tell the story from the inside and to incorporate the diverse dimensions of the Rhodesian experience The authors suggest that the Rhodesians weredifferentiated than has often been assumed and that perhaps their greatest fault was an almost infinite capacity for self delusionThis book tells the story of how White Rhodesians three quarters of whom were ill prepared for revolutionary change reacted to the terrorist war and the onset of black rule in the 1970s It shows how internal divisions both old and new undermined the supposed unity of White Rhodesia how most Rhodesians begrudgingly accepted the inevitability of black majority rule without adjusting to its implications and how the self appointed defenders of Western civilization sometimes adopted uncivilized methods of protecting the Rhodesian way of life This is a lively and accessible account based on careful archival research and numerous personal interviews It sets out to tell the story from the inside and to incorporate the diverse dimensions of the Rhodesian experience The authors suggest that the Rhodesians weredifferentiated than has often been assumed and that perhaps their greatest fault was an almost infinite capacity for self delusionThis book tells the story of how White Rhodesians three quarters of whom were ill prepared for revolutionary change reacted to the terrorist war and the onset of black rule in the 1970s It shows how internal divisions both old and new undermined the supposed unity of White Rhodesia how most Rhodesians begrudgingly accepted the inevitability of black majority rule without adjusting to its implications and how the self appointed defenders of Western civilization sometimes adopted uncivilized methods of protecting the Rhodesian way of life This is a lively and accessible account based on careful archival research and numerous personal interviews It sets out to tell the story from the inside and to incorporate the diverse dimensions of the Rhodesian experience The authors suggest that the Rhodesians weredifferentiated than has often been assumed and that perhaps their greatest fault was an almost infinite capacity for self delusion