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Eliakim M. Sibanda
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Eliakim Sibanda's book, in contrast with the "official" history, is largely based upon ZAPU sources, including ephemeral documents .

Eliakim Sibanda's book, in contrast with the "official" history, is largely based upon ZAPU sources, including ephemeral documents apparently rescued from oblivion or possibly censorship, and oral evidence collected from the founding and continuing membership. Among the latter are interviews with figures ranging from the former leader, Joshua Nkomo (known among his supporters as the "father of Zimbabwe") to party loyalists of the rank and file.

This book is an exploration of the political history of insurgency in Southern Rhodesia between 1961 and . Eliakim M. Sibanda is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada.

This book is an exploration of the political history of insurgency in Southern Rhodesia between 1961 and 1987. He received his Ph. D. degree in Social Change at Denver University and Iliff School of Theology, and a Ph. degree in History at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Before joining the University of Winnipeg Sibanda taught at Universities in Colorado. He is a renowned speaker and advocate for human rights.

Start by marking The Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1961-87: A Political . This book is an exploration of the political history of insurgency in Southern Rhodesia between 1961 and 1987, with particular reference to the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU)

Start by marking The Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1961-87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book is an exploration of the political history of insurgency in Southern Rhodesia between 1961 and 1987, with particular reference to the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU). Formed on December 17, 1961, ZAPU became the first revolutionary, national, movement to explicitly call for majority rule on the basis of one-man one vote. During the early years of its strug.

Sibanda, Eliakim M. The Zimbabwe African People's Union 1961–87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia. 1st ed. Asmara, ERITREA: Africa World Press, Inc. (2005): pp. 38. ^ Weintraub, Sidney (1978)

Sibanda, Eliakim M. ^ Weintraub, Sidney (1978). The Journal of Economic History. Sibanda, Eliakim M. "The Zimbabwe African People's Union 1961–87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia

Formed on December 17, 1961, Zimbabwe African People’s Union .

Formed on December 17, 1961, Zimbabwe African People’s Union (ZAPU) became the first revolutionary, national, movement to explicitly call for majority rule on the basis of one-man, one-vote. During the early years of its struggle, it employed non-violent means to try and achieve its goal for majority rule and a non-racial society. This book is a political history of ZAPU from its founding-its diplomatic and military struggles, its fight for democracy after formal independence in 1980-to the time it merged with the ruling party in 1987. ABOUT THE AUTHOR ELIAKIM M.

by Eliakim M. Sibanda. Published January 15, 2005 by Africa World Press.

Are you sure you want to remove The Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1961-87 from your list? The Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1961-87. A Political History Of Insurgency In Southern Rhodesia. by Eliakim M. History, Politics and government, Zimbabwe African People's Union.

Zimbabwe African People's Union. Redirected from ZAPU). The Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU) is a Zimbabwean socialist political party. It is a militant organization and political party that campaigned for majority rule in Rhodesia, from its founding in 1961 until 1980. In 1987, it merged with the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU - PF). It was relaunched in 2008.

Eliakim Sibanda-a historian who wrote a book on ZAPU entitled The Zimbabwe African People’s Union, 1961- 87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia(2005)-here . First Online: 18 August 2017.

Eliakim Sibanda-a historian who wrote a book on ZAPU entitled The Zimbabwe African People’s Union, 1961- 87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia(2005)-here focuses specifically o. . Part of the African Histories and Modernities book series (AHAM).

The Zimbabwe African People's Union, 1961-87: A Political History of Insurgency in Southern Rhodesia, Eliakim M. Sibanda, Africa World Press, 2005, page 261. ^ Beggar Your Neighbours: Apartheid Power in Southern Africa, Joseph Hanlon, Indiana University Press, 1986, pages 180-182.