thorough but fair examination Weekend Telegraph a fascinating and learned analysis of the tribe to which I belong, albeit as a renegade member. Financial Times detailed and copiously documented study of (white) Rhodesia Times Higher Education Supplement filled with many valuable observations on an important but neglected aspect of southern African history The Times Peter Godwin and Ian Hancock have produced the best account yet of the death throes of white Rhodesia ... a wholly convincing study of the way white Rhodesians were weakened by their own propaganda. The Economist There are tables on population, occupations and religious affiliations and a remarkable sourcing of evidence, including 62 pages of notes. Margarette Driscoll, Sunday Times The authors ... who write admirably and have done much personal and archival research, give a sympathetic and perceptive analysis of the complicated cross-currents which flowed and of the doubts and misgivings which existed among the whites. Robert Blake, The Spectator a well researched and highly readable account Political Studies Rhodesians Never Die is compulsive reading, extraordinarily well researched and unfortunately for the Rhodies, probably all true. Martin McGhee ... a lively and accessible account based on careful archival research and numerous personal interviews. It makes fascinating reading for anyone interested in contemporary history. Ray Knight. Bundu Times. (Australia) July '93 what is new about this book is its examination of the personal and public needs of Rhodesians to preserve the staus quo in theface of political change, and the costs of trying to maintain segregation while fighting a war. Archived
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About the Author
PETER GOODWIN is the author of When a Crocodile Eats the Sun and Mukiwa. He writes for a number of publications including The New York Times, Time, Newsweek and National Geographic. He lives in Manhattan. IAN HANCOCK is a graduate of Melbourne and Oxford universities, UK. He has taught modern African history at Monash and at the Australian National University, offering specialist courses on East and Southern Africa, and has written extensively on the political history of Uganda and Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. More recently, he has lectured in Australian and British imperial and colonial history, and published articles and books on the Liberal Party.
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