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Rhodesia, Zimbabwe in Africa

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Mike Hailwood leads Rhodesia's Gary Hocking as they go into the last lap in the Junior Featured Rhodesia Print

Mike Hailwood leads Rhodesia's Gary Hocking as they go into the last lap in the Junior

Mike Hailwood leads Rhodesia's Gary Hocking as they go into the last lap in the Junior (350cc) International TT Race on the Isle of Man. Hailwood and Hocking had an epic battle throughout the Junior Race, Hailwood ultimately winning by fives seconds from Hocking.
6th June 1962

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Dunlop, Motorbike, Motorcycle, Racing, Tt

Phil Read : born 1 January 1939, British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. Seen Featured Rhodesia Print

Phil Read : born 1 January 1939, British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. Seen

Phil Read : born 1 January 1939, British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. Seen here receiving a congratulatory kiss from his 16 year old girlfriend, Margaret Sheene, after he won the Junior TT race in the 350cc class, at Douglas, Isle of Man, United Kingdom. Phil Read, 22, rode his Norton into first place in his first ever TT race, ahead of Gary Hocking, Southern Rhodesia and Derek Minter.
15 June 1961

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Politics - Commonwealth Heads of State with the Queen - Buckingham Palace Featured Rhodesia Print

Politics - Commonwealth Heads of State with the Queen - Buckingham Palace

The Queen, with the Prime Ministers and heads of state attending the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference at the dinner party she gave a Buckingham Palace. Among the group is Dr Hendrik Verwoed, making his last appearance at such a Commonwealth function. This week, owing to dissention over South Africa's apartheid policy, he withdrew his country from the Commonwealth. Left to right; Dr Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana), Mr John Diefenbaker (Canada), Dr Hendrik Verwoed (South Africa), Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (India), Field Marshal Mohamed Ayub Khan (Pakistan), Sir Roy Welensky (Rhodesia and Nyasaland), Mrs Sirimavo Bandanaraike (Ceylon), Mr Harold Macmillan (Britain), Mr Robert Menzies (Australia), and Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus)

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