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The Struggle For Power
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Keywords East Africa, Zimbabwe, Drum magazine, politics, October 1979, 1979, struggle for power, Patriotic front, Guerilla war, army, Rhodesian forces, Drum Photographer, war,
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Title The Struggle For Power
Description DM2008060295:AED:SOCIAL:POLITICS:OCT 1979 - The Struggle For Power Patriotic Front Recruits According to official figures, about 18,000 people have died inside Zimbabwe since the guerilla war began in earnest seven years ago. In addition, about 50,000 people were killed in raids by Zimbabwe-Rhodesian security forces into neighbouring states which harbour guerrillas of the Patriotic Front. Almost every day Zimbabwe citizens read about war casualties and the atrocities perpetrated against villagers in operational areas. Civil administration in most rural areas has been disrupted with hundreds of schools and clinics closed. . (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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