Extract; All British Governments, Verrier maintains, from the 1890s to the 1970s, supported white against black in Rhodesia. The myths of British liberalism – and the actions of the Labour Governments in relation by UDI and South Africa – are out in an historical context which may fairly be called “revisionist”. But the author’s access to the Welensky Papers and comparable sources has been the basis of a history which fully justifies the claim. The Road to Zimbabwe shows in detail, the British Government was reluctant to grant independence on terms which would satisfy the aspirations of Rhodesia’s African majority …………….
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