Fighting for White Rule in Africa: The Central African Federation, Katanga, and the Congo Crisis, 1958–1965

@article{Hughes2003FightingFW,
  title={Fighting for White Rule in Africa: The Central African Federation, Katanga, and the Congo Crisis, 1958–1965},
  author={M. Hughes},
  journal={The International History Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={25},
  pages={592 - 615}
}
  • M. Hughes
  • Published 2003
  • Political Science
  • The International History Review
B   of Zimbabwe in , black guerrilla forces fought a long war throughout the s against the whitecontrolled government of Rhodesia. Twenty years earlier, in the late s and early s, long before the start of the insurgency that led to the end of white rule, the white settlers of Rhodesia, then part of the Central African Federation, had fought against black rule in the Belgian Congo. The focus of this fight was the Congo’s province of Katanga, which bordered on the… Expand
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