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Rhodesian Military in video games.

Is a mod for Arma 2.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qB5XQn203l4&t=15s

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A great channel of old Rhodesia and past glory check it out.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyXYkR5w2SCnn-icw69PGfA

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When will people admit that they made a mistake supporting Rhodesia's enemies and Rhodesia was on the right side of history here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBOYfduZXjo


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Apart from the insanity of his views on Zionism I can't deny this man worth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrhvaTpQfNc

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British Pathé
Gepubliceerd op 13 apr. 2014

Salisbury and suburbs, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe).



CU water fountain in park, pan out to aerial view, pan across blocks of flats. Aerial view car parking in centre of main road. Water fountain through tops of trees. Big church in square beside park. Pan out from native Rhodesian sitting on a bench. Pan along passed man crouching on grass verge. Pan along (mostly) whitewashed suburban houses and bungalows, with lawns and garages, cars and caravans. Native Rhodesian's tending one of the gardens. Pan along passed road sign 'Caithness Road' and another saying 'Midlothian Ave' ? Pan along stores including Bon Marche, Sweet Corner, Shell garage. Native Rhodesians loading groceries ? in brown paper bags into white lady's car. Native Rhodesian walking after a family with trolley full of brown paper bags and loads the front of the car.
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DeroVolk
Gepubliceerd op 19 sep. 2017

"Rhodesians Never Die" is a Rhodesian patriotic song, written and first recorded by Rhodesian singer-songwriter Clem Tholet in 1973. Though originally released as a pop song, its lyrics caused it to gain an iconic status amongst Rhodesians during the Rhodesian Bush War of the 1970s.
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