British Betrayal of the Africans: Land, Cattle, Human Rights : Case for Zimbabwe
Discusses the occupation and colonisation of Zimbabwe by the British and concludes that in the light of this history, the Zimbabwe Government owes nothing to the commercial farmers. Instead, it is argued that Britain owes the commercial farmers and that Zimbabwean Africans deserve reparations from Britain for the servitude they were subjected to for over 90 years.
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Introduction p iii
The Rudd Concession and Charter P S Chapter 3 The Lippert Concession p
Seizure of Land p
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