Rhodes – by some who knew him – In many ways, a kind and far sighted man of the 19th century rather than the ogre portrayed by some in the 21st century.

Rhodes’ Death and Funeral – the great esteem in which Rhodes was held at the time of his death in 1902

Some notes on Cecil Rhodes – extracts from Prof Biggar’s book: Colonialism – A Moral Reckoning

Leaders of Rhodesia – Details and photographs of members of parliament since 1899

Sir Godfrey Huggins – Rhodesia’s longest serving Prime Minister who took the fateful decision to join the Central African Federation

Duke of Montrose – Former Minister of Agriculture and of Defence writes on Britain’s post war moralising about other countries’ governments.

Jairos Jiri – Founder of the Jairos Jiri Association for Rehabilitation of the Disabled and Blind.

Queen Elizabeth II – former Queen of Rhodesia who made a state visit with her father King George VI