Southern Rhodesia

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Southern Rhodesia

  1. (historical) a name used to refer to the area now called Zimbabwe, officially introduced in 1901. Named after Cecil Rhodes, its founder. 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.

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