The Story of Rhodesia/More resources about Rhodesia
- The Great Betrayal - The Memoirs of Ian Douglas Smith - A 1997 autobiographic apologia written by Ian Smith, focusing on his time as Prime Minister of the British self-governing colony of Southern Rhodesia, later Rhodesia (April 13, 1964 – June 1, 1979).
Please take in to account that movies have to be enterntaing and aren’t always historically acccurate:
- Rhodes of Africa (1936) - A biographic film about Cecil Rhodes, the founder of Rhodesia.
- Shangani Patrol (1970) - A war film based on the book “A Time to Die” by Robert Cary about the Shangani Patrol.
Many songs where written about Rhodesia, however this will be just a short list:
- Rhodesians Never Die by Clem Tholet, a pop song that got an iconic status during the Rhodesian Bush War.
- The U.D.I. Song by John Edmond, a folk song commemorating Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence.