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ZIMBABWE / RHODESIA

MF- 4003 CAMP (1 reel)
Boston University. African Studies Library.
Assorted Rhodesian and Southern African Pamphlets
Boston : [The Library, 197-]
OCLC # = 24064503

Acheson, Dean. Dean Acheson on the Rhodesian Question. 31 p. (Washington, D.C., Rhodesian Information Service, 1969?).

The Africa Bureau. Newsbrief Rhodesia ’73. Volume 1, nos. 1 and 3. 4 p. each. (London, Africa Bureau, 1973)

The Africa Fund. Rhodesia or Zimbabwe; no middle ground in Africa. 10 p. (New York, American Committee on Africa, 1969).

The African Development Trust. Partnership in practice in Central Africa. 16 p. (London, African Development Trust, 195_).

Amnesty International. Prison conditions in Rhodesia; conditions for political prisoners and restrictees. 58 p. (London, Amnesty International, 1966).

Association of Rhodesian Industries. Manufacturing indusry; economic implications of a unilateral declaration of independence. 9 p. (Salisbury, Association of Rhodesian Industries, 1965).

Berlyn, Phillippa. Colourful place names of Rhodesia and their origin. (Repr. From Rhodesia Calls). 8 p. (Rhodesia, dist. By Rhodesian National Tourist Board).

Bertram, Neville R. Rhodesia; present problems and future prospects. 16 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1965).

British Council of Churches and the Conference of British Missionary Societies. Rhodesia and ourselves. 21 p. (London, British Council of Churches, 1967?).

Butterworth, R. U.D.I. – The spin-off in Africa. 7 p. Bound with Alison Quentin-Baxter, Constitutional and international aspects of the Rhodesian situation. (Wellington, N.Z., Victoria University, 1970).

Cefkin, J.L. Racial issues in the constitutional development of Rhodesia. 21 p. (Bloomington, Indiana University, 1966).

Central Africa Research Office. Sir Alec Douglas-Home and developments in Rhodesia. (Central Africa research bulletin, 1). 5 p. (London, Central Africa Research office, 1968).

Chambati, A.M. The African National Council and the Rhodesian situation. See: South African Institute of International Affairs.

Christie, M.J. Rhodesia; the "fearless" proposals and the six principles. 29 p. (London, Africa Bureau, 1968).

Cockram, Ben. Repercussions: Zambia, Rhodesia and South West Africa. 11 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. Rhodesia rides a tiger. 19 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. Rhodesia; the British Commonwealth Conference. 11 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. Rhodesia; the opening of negotiations. 9 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. Rhodesia; the tide turns. 9 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. South Africa, Britain, and Rhodesia. 12 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

_____. Three months of U.D.I. 15 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

Coetzee, J. Albert. The sovereignty of Rhodesia and the law of nations. 48 p. (Pretoria, Transvaal Pub. Co., 1970).

Corporate Information Center. Tourism to Rhodesia; breaking sanctions. (CIC Brief, Oct. 1974). 4 p. (New York, CIC, 1974).

Crauford, Ruth. Six letters from Rhodesia, 1970. 18 p. (Herts, England, Clunbury Press, 1970).

Crause, C.A. Rhodesian independence and the Security Council of the United Nations. 30 p. (Fort Hare, University Press, 1966).

Cumming, I. Education and related social questions. 17 p. Bound with M.P.K. Sorrenson, The burden of history and Land, labour and liberty. (Wellington, N.Z., Victoria University, 1970).

Cunningham, George. Rhodesia: the last chance. (Fabian Tract 368). 28 p. (London, Fabian Society, 1966).

Curtin, Timothy. Economic Sanctions and Rhodesia, by T. Curtin and David Murray. (Research Monographs, 12). 56 p. (London, Institute of Economic Affairs, 1967).

Fry, James. Rhodesia and Zambia; the economic facts and the economic fiction. (Economics discussion paper, no. 25, vol. 1). 16 p. (Lusaka?, University of Zambia, n.d.).

Great Britain. Commonwealth Office. Library. Southern Rhodesia; illegal declaration of independence. (9) p. (London, HMSO, 1966).

_____. Southern Rhodesia; illegal declaration of independence. 2nd ed. (13) p. (London, HMSO, 1968).

Harvard Law School International Law Club. Crisis in Rhodesia. 8 p. (Cambridge, 1965).

Horrell, Muriel. Days of crisis in Rhodesia. (A fact paper, no. 16). (55)p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of Race Relations, 1965).

International Defence and Aid Fund. Zimbabwe quiz. 41 p. (London, International Defence and Aid Fund, 1975).

Kariba – Commonwealth achievement in the heart of Africa. (Supplement to Commonwealth Today). (8)p. (London, HMSO, 196_).

Maxey, Kees. From Rhodesia to Zimbabwe. (Fabian research series, 301). 40 p. (London, Fabian Society, 1972.

Nkomo, Joshua. Rhodesia; the case for majority rule, by J. Nkomo and Julius K. Nyeree. 60 p. (New Delhi, Indian Council for Africa, 1966).

Nkrumah, Kwame. One man, one vote. 8 p. (London, for Information Division of Ghana High Commission, 1965?).

Nyandoro, George. ZAPU. 12 p. (Richmond, B.C., LSM Information Center, 1970).

Nyandoro, George. ZAPU – Zimbabwe "1". 2nd ed. (Interviews in depth, 1). 12 p. (Richmond, B.C. LSM Information Center, 1973).

O’Donovan, Patrick. Africa; which way now? 16 p. (London, Africa Bureau, 1952).

Park, Stephen. Business as usual; transactions violating Rhodesian sanctions, by S. Park and Anthony Lake. 54 p. (New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1973).

Polan, Diane. Irony in chrome; the Byrd amendment two years later, by D. Polan and Anthony Lake. 37 p. (New York, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1973).

Quentin-Baxter, Alison. Constitutional and international aspects of the Rhodesian situation. 28 p. Bound with Butterworth, U.D.I. – the spin-off in Africa.

_____. Rhodesia and the law. 51 p. (Wellington, N.Z., Institute of International Affairs, 1970).

Ranger, Terence. Crisis in Southern Rhodesia. (Fabian research series, 217). 39 p. (London, Fabian Society, 1960).

Rhodesia. Ministry of Immigration and Tourism. Why I came to Rhodesia. 21 p. (Salisbury, Government Printer, n.d.).

Rhodesia Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Rhodesia; the moral issue; pastoral letters of the Catholic Bishops. 108 p. (Gwelo, Mambo Press, 1968).

_____. The Land Tenure Act and the Church. 56 p. (Gwelo, Mambo Press, 1970).

Silundika, George. Zimbabwe – ZAPU "2". (Interviews in depth). 26 p. (Richmond, B.C., LSM Information Center, 1973?).

Smith, Ian. Statement in Parliament on 19 June, 1974. See South African Institute of International Affairs.

Sorrenson, M.P.K. The burden of history. 14 p. Bound with I. Cumming, Education and related social questions.

_____. Land, Labour and liberty. 12 p. Bound with I. Cumming, Education and related social questions.

South African Institute of International Affairs. Rhodesia; mid-1974. Includes:

  • A.M. Chambati, The African National Council and the Rhodesian situation.
  • Ian Smith, Statement in Parliament, 19 June 1974. 28 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1974).

_____. Zambia moves into the forefront of the Rhodesian conflict. 10 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1966).

Taylor, J.R. African education; the historical development and organization of the system. 31 p. (Salisbury, Ministry of Information, Immigration, and Tourism, 1970).

Time for Change; an analysis of why Rhodesia’s regime survives and how present pressures can be increased to end its tenure. 15 p. (n.p., n.d.).

The Washington Office on Africa. The case for restoring sanctions against Rhodesia. 2 p. (Washington, D.C., Washington Office on Africa, 1974?).

_____. Right wing and steel in full cry against sanctions bill; the pro-Rhodesia lobby at work. 2 p. (Washington, D.C., Washington Office on Africa, 1974).

ANGOLA

Chipenda, Daniel. Interview. 22 p. (Richmond, B.C., LSM Information Center, 1969?).

SOUTHERN AFRICA

Lord Caradon. Southern Africa in international relations. 12 p. (London, Africa Bureau, 1970).

Darnborough, Anne. Labour’s record on Southern Africa. 32 p. (London, Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1967).

Nussey, Wilf. The security situation in Southern Africa. 8 p. (Johannesburg, South African Institute of International Affairs, 1974).

Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies. The security of the Southern Oceans; Southern Africa the key; report of a seminar. 16 p. (London, Royal United Services Institute, 1972).

Southern Africa: problems and U.S. alternatives. (Intercom #70). 70 p. (New York, Center for War/Peace Studies, 1972).

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MF-2394 Neg. MF-874 (1 microfilm reel)
Boer War: miscellaneous pamphlets published in Great Britain and the United States, 1899-1902
Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago, Photoduplication Dept., 1972
OCLC # = 24140278

American Transvaal League. Chicago.  The Chicago Chronicle and President Kruger. Chicago, the League, 1901. v. illus.

American Transvaal League. Chicago.  Proceedings of the Boer Rescue Meeting. Chicago, Dec. 8, 1901. Address by W. Bourke Cockran.  24p.

The case of the natives.  Reprinted from the "Morning Leader" of 6 Jan. 1900. London. 4p. (Morning Leader Leaflets no. 2)

The Chamberlain road.  Reprinted from the Morning Leader 0f 23 Jan. 1900. London.  4p. (Morning Leader Leaflets no. 6)

Fisher, Sydney George, 1856-1927.  The American Revolution and the Boer War: an open letter to Mr. Charles Francis Adams on his pamphlet "The Confederacy and the Transvaal." Reprinted from the Phila. Sunday Times, Jan. 19, 1902.  33p.

Pushful Diplomacy.  Reprinted from the Morning Leader of 9 Jan. 1900. London.  4p. (Morning Leader Leaflets no. 3)

The real motives for the war.  Reprinted from the Morning Leader of 12 Jan. 1900 .London.  4p. (Morning Leader Leaflet no. 5)

The Uitlander grievances.  Reprinted from the Morning Leader of 10 Jan. 1900. London.  4p. (Morning Leader Leaflet no. 4)

Van Siclen, George W.  American sentiment: a plebiscite upon the Boer War. [n.p.] 1900.  22p.

Von Slot ten, Diedrich.  The Boer War, its parallel with America's great struggle. An appeal to Christian Americans. New York, pub. for the Pan German League, 1901. 12p.

When and why the Boers armed.  Reprinted from the Morning Leader of 30 Dec. 1899. London. 4p. (Morning Leader Leaflet no. 1)

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MF-8846
Wauters, A.-J. (Alphonse-Jules), 1845-1916
Pamphlets on the Congo
Brussels, P. Weissenbruch [1902-14]
OCLC# = 25954821

Les bassins de l'Ubangi (inferieur) & de la Sanga d'apres les dernieres decouvertes. 1902.

La genese du Kasai superieur et l'assechement de l'ancien lac du Lobale. 1905.

La regime foncier et la liberte commerciale au Congo. 1905.

Le reseau fluvial navigable du haut Congo et les bateaux glisseurs de Robert Goldschmidt. 1914.

La terrasse du Bangwelo et l'ecoulement de ses eaux par les chutes Giraud. 1904.

Le transafricain, de Matadi a Dar-es-Salam. 1911

Les transatlantiques dans les passes du bas Congo. 1914.

Le transcongolais et le biefs fluviaux du Lualaba. 1914.

Le transcongolais: le chemin de fer nationale vers le Katanga

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MF-1450 Neg. MF 386 (1 reel)
Egharevba, Jacob U
Selected Pamphlets on Benin
Microfilm. Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago, Photoduplication Dept., [19--?]
[Each title cataloged individually]

Egharevba, Jacob U.  Benin games and sports .  Sapele : Central Press, 1951.  27 p.

Egharevba, Jacob U.  Benin law and custom.  [Benin City : J.U. Egharevba, 1949].  120 p.

Egharevba, Jacob U.  The city of Benin.  Benin City : s.n., 1952?] 27 p.

Egharevba, Jacob U.  Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin.   [Lagos : s.n., 1947]. 27 p.

Egharevba, Jacob U.  The origin of Benin.  Lagos, Ribway Printers, 1953.  24 p.

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MF-13465
South African Indian pamphlets [microform] : a collection of publications of South African Indian organizations and Indian government publications regarding Indians in South Africa.
New Haven, Connecticut : Yale University Library, 1982
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm
OCLC # = 52337264

Appasamy, Bhaskar. Indians of South Africa. Bombay: Padma Publications, 1943. 92pp

Rajagopal, T.S. Indians Overseas. Mysore: T.S. Rajagopal, 1938. 83pp

India. Agent of the Government of India in South Africa. Annual Report. Have: For the years ending December 31, 1934 to December 31, 1935.

India. Agent-General for India in the Union of South Africa.
Report [Delhi]. Have: For the years 1936 and 1937.

India. Review of the Important Events Relating to or Affecting Indians in Different Parts of the British Empire during the years--. Have: 1939/1940 through 1942/1943.

India. High Commissioner in the Union of South Africa.. Annual Report. Have: 1941-44

India. Protector of Indian Immigrants (Natal). Report. Have: For the year ended December 31, 1938.

Natal Indian Congress. First Memorandum and Schedules and Final Statement and Schedules Submitted to the Hon. Justice F.N. Broome, K.C., M.C. Durban: Natal Indian Congress, 1943.

Natal Indian Congress. Memorandum on Housing; Submitted to the Natal Indian Judicial Commission. Durban: Natal Indian Congress, 1944.

Natal Indian Congress. Preliminary Statement on the Subject of Alleged Indian Penetration into Predominantly European Areas; Submitted to the Chairman and Members of the Indian Penetration Commission. Durban: Natal Indian Congress, 1941.

Natal Indian Congress. Third and Final Memorandum Submitted to the Indian Penetration Commission. Durban: Natal Indian Congress, 1941.

South African Indian Congress. Memorandum Submitted to the Honourable The Minister of the Interior; Cape Town, February 21st, 1939. Durban: South African Indian Congress, 1939. 17pp.

South African Indian Congress. Statement Submitted to the Indian Colonization Enquiry Committee; Cape Town, January 9th, 1934. Durban: South African Indian Congress, 1934.

South African Indian Organization. First Conference opened by Quintin Whyte, Esp. (Director of the South African Institute of Race Relations) Held at the S.M. Nana Memorial Hall, Commissioner Street, Johannesburg, on 20th, 21st, and 22nd of April, 1951. Durban: South African Indian Congress (date unknown).

South African Passive Resistance Council. 5 Months of Struggle—A Brief Account of the Passive Resistance Struggle from 13th of June—13th of November, 1946. Durban: South African Passive Resistance Council, 1946. 12pp.

South African Passive Resistance Council. Support from the United States of America for Indian Passive Resistance Struggle in South Africa. Durban: South Africa Passive Resistance Council, 1946. 6pp.

Souvenir of the Passive Resistance Movement in South Africa, 1906-1914. Phoenix: “Indian Opinion”, 1914. Ca. 80 pp.
[Golden Number of “Indian Opinion”, 1914].

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