Southern Rhodesian General Election

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Air Rhodesia Flight 825 - Rhodesia Strikes Back - Operation Gatling; The "Green Leader" Raid
... Zambia, in what Peter Petter-Bowyer, a former Rhodesian Air Force pilot, writes was "payback time" for Flight 825 ... the Air Force and the Army, which contributed Special Air Service and Rhodesian Light Infantry paratroopers ... assault on targets deep inside Zambia was a first for the Rhodesian forces previously only guerrillas near the border had been attacked ...
Air Rhodesia Flight 825 - Rhodesia Strikes Back - Operation Snoopy; Rhodesia Hits New Chimoio
... Because ZAPU and ZIPRA were based in Zambia, many Rhodesian civilians clamoured for a massive retaliatory strike against cadres in that country, but the first external target hit by the security forces following the ... The Rhodesian military had struck these bases extensively in November 1977 during Operation Dingo, destroying much of the ZANLA presence there, but the insurgents had since built a complex called ... assault called Operation Snoopy, the Rhodesian Air Force, Rhodesian Light Infantry and Special Air Service wiped out much of New Chimoio on 20 September 1978 ...
List Of Paratrooper Forces - Rhodesia
... Rhodesian Security Forces (disbanded 1980) Rhodesian African Rifles (from 1977) Rhodesian Light Infantry (from 1977) Rhodesian Special Air Service ...
Coins Of The Rhodesian Dollar
... The coins of the Rhodesian dollar were part of the physical form of Rhodesia's historical currency, the Rhodesian dollar ...
Military History Of Zimbabwe - Rhodesian Bush War - Rhodesian Light Infantry
... The Rhodesian Light Infantry, or RLI, was at the forefront of the Rhodesian war ... It was a regular army infantry regiment in the Rhodesian army, composed only of white recruits, The battalion was organised into four company size sub-un ... All ranks were called 'troopies' by the Rhodesian media ...

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