Cecil Rhodes

Cecil John Rhodes (5 July 1853 – 26 March 1902) was a British mining magnate and politician in southern Africa who served as Prime Minister of the Cape Colony from 1890 to 1896. An ardent believer in British imperialism, Rhodes and his British South Africa Company colonised the southern African territory of Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe and Zambia), which the company named after him in 1895. South Africa's Rhodes University is also named after him.

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USC: University of Southern California · 1917 English

Cecil Rhodes house, back.” Exterior view of Groote Schuur, a Cape Dutch style building in Rondebosch, once owned by Cecil Rhodes. The photograph was taken during a sightseeing trip by RAMC officers during


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1961

So. Africa - CPTN, Rhodes Memorial Color


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

South Africa Dutch-type architecture Former home of Cecil Rhodes, 351 Color Volume 89, Page 21


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1961

South Africa - Cape Town, Cecil Rhodes Memorial [incorrect] Color


BnF: Bibliothèque Nationale de France · 1913

Référence bibliographique : Rol, 34668 Appartient à l’ensemble documentaire : Pho20Rol


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1937

December 1, 1937. 'World View,' Matopos Hills: Looking directly down upon the burial mound. All three graves are visible in this picture. 5200 feet. 06:55. Grayscale


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1937

December 1, 1937. 'World View,' Matopos Hills: The burial ground here is hardly discernible amongst the hundreds of rocky outcroppings and we spent fifteen minutes searching for it from the …


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1937

December 1, 1937. 'World View,' Matopos Hills, Southern Rhodesia: The Memorial ground and some of its surroundings. The ascent of the rock constitutes a pretty fair climb, for there are …


UWM: University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee · 1937

December 1, 1937. 'World View', Matopos Hills, Southern Rhodesia: This was the place chosen by John Cecil Rhodes for his burial ground and his body was transferred here in 1902 after his death in Capetown. It


DISA: Digital Innovation South Africa · 1 April 1951 English

Proceedings of the 7th National Conference of the Non-European Unity Movement, held in the Woodstock Town Hall, Cape Town from 2nd-3rd April 1951. Document includes the presidential address by Rev. …

must have heard of the well-known speech of Cecil Rhodes in which he said that there is not one man


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