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    • In 1898 "Southern Rhodesia" became the official name for the region south of the Zambezi, which later adopted the name "Zimbabwe".Zimbabwe-Wikipedia
    • In 1923, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), a conquered territory which was also administered by the BSA Company, became a self-governing British colony.Zambia-Wikipedia
    • Britain's remaining colonies in Africa, except for self-governing Southern Rhodesia, were all granted independence by 1968.British Empire-Wikipedia
    • Doris Lessing from Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, was a dominant presence in the English literary scene, frequently publishing from 1950 on throughout the 20th century.Commonwealth of Nations-Wikipedia
    • Athletes from Southern Rhodesia competed under the banner of Rhodesia; this was the last of three appearances at the Summer Olympics by a Rhodesian representation.1964 Summer Olympics-Wikipedia
    • Economically, Southern Rhodesia developed an economy that was narrowly based on the production of a few primary products, notably, chromium and tobacco.Rhodesia-Wikipedia

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