Cecil Rhodes: The Anatomy of Empire
Cecil Rhodes was both hero and victim of the British imperialism which flourished during the last three decades of the nineteenth century. He left a land bearing his name, university scholarships and the memory of an ideal, once commonly held, which has become a part of history. This book describes Rhodes' career from Bishop's Stortford and Oxford to Africa, his premiership of the Cape and his fall.
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administration Afrikaner Bond agreement already annexation arrived Bantu Barnato Basutu Basutuland Bechuanaland Beers Beira Beit Bengula Boer British Government Bulawayo Cape Colony Cape Government Cape Parliament Cape Town Cecil Rhodes Chamberlain Chartered Company Chartered territory claims Colonial Office colonial secretary colonists company's Delagoa Bay diamond East Africa Empire England expedition franchise frontier German gold Griqualand West high commissioner Hofmeyr imperial factor Imperial Government interests Jameson Raid Johannesburg Johnston Kimberley Kruger land later Limpopo Loch London Macguire Mafeking Mashonaland Matabele Matabeleland Milner missionaries Natal native negotiations Nyasaland Orange Free Oxford party political Portuguese Portuguese Government Pretoria prime minister principal probably protectorate Pungwe Bay railway result Rhodes's Rhodesia River Rudd concession Salisbury scholarships sent settlement settlers shareholders Sir Hercules South Africa Sprigg Stellaland Swaziland tariff telegram telegraph tion told trade Transvaal Transvaal Government treaty Uitlanders Vaal Volksraad Zambezi Zulus
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