Rhodesia, officially from 1970 the Republic of Rhodesia, was an unrecognised state in Southern Africa
from 1965 to 1979, equivalent in territory
to modern Zimbabwe.
Self-governing British colony from 1923 to 1980
The common name of the erstwhile British colony of Southern Rhodesia between the renaming of Northern Rhodesia as Zambia in 1964 and the establishment of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia in 1979.
A country in Southern Africa. Its capital city is Harare.
A country that existed in what is now Zimbabwe, originally called Southern Rhodesia, named after its founder, Cecil Rhodes.
A name used to refer to the area now called Zimbabwe, officially introduced in 1901. A self-governing colony of Britain from 1923, its government began to refer to itself simply as Rhodesia in 1964, when Northern Rhodesia became Zambia. The name Zimbabwe was adopted in 1980.
Country in Southern Africa. Official name: Republic of Zimbabwe. Formerly called Southern Rhodesia or Rhodesia.