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Author:
Richard Sampson
ISBN13:
978-1553693987
ISBN:
1553693981
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Publisher:
Trafford Publishing (July 6, 2006)
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Leaders & Notable People
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This is the fourth book written by Richard Sampson on the penetration of Europeans into what was called Northern Rhodesia, the lives they led there and . Be the first to ask a question about With Sword And Chain In Lusaka. Lists with This Book.

This is the fourth book written by Richard Sampson on the penetration of Europeans into what was called Northern Rhodesia, the lives they led there and now their subsequent dispersal. Published over a period of forty-six years the four books collectively provide essential reading for any person making a study of the life of Europeans in the colony during the colonial era. This is the fourth book written by Richard Sampson on the penetration of Europeans into what was called Northern Rhodesia, the lives they led there and now their subsequent dispersal.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

This latest book, a personal memoir, provides much detail about Lusaka in the third quarter of the twentieth century, woven .

This latest book, a personal memoir, provides much detail about Lusaka in the third quarter of the twentieth century, woven around the story of the author's own life there.

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Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. With sword and chain in Lusaka : a Londoner's life in Zambia, 1948-1972 by Richard Sampson. Book's title: With sword and chain in Lusaka : a Londoner's life in Zambia, 1948-1972 by Richard Sampson. National Bibliographic Agency Control Number: 2002901624X. Personal Name: Sampson, Richard, 1922-. Geographic Name: Zambia History. Download now With sword and chain in Lusaka : a Londoner's life in Zambia, 1948-1972 by Richard Sampson. Download PDF book format.

A Londoner's Life in Zambia 1948-1972. Published July 6, 2006 by Trafford Publishing Biography, History, British. Richard Sampson (1922-). Zambia, Lusaka (Zambia). Published July 6, 2006 by Trafford Publishing. Biography, History, British.

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With Sword and Chain in Lusaka: a Londoner's life in Zambia, 1948–1972. 3RR and 7RR were Northern Rhodesian (Zambia) battalions that became part of the Zambian military. a b Bomford, Hugh (2011). After national service they were posted to a territorial battalion in or close to the town or city they hailed from. National service was introduced in 1955 with the training depot being established at Llewellin Barracks near Bulawayo. With the Emergency in Nyasaland, a 4th Battalion (4RR) was formed in Manicaland in June 1959.

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  • The author is a Britisher who, after World War II, moved to what was then Northern Rhodesia where he lived for almost a quarter century.

    As an accountant, businessman and mayor, he witnessed (and chronicles) the transformation of Northern Rhodesia (ruled by Europeans) into part of Zambia (ruled by native peoples.)

    The transition happened almost 50 years ago and it's a tale probably unknown or at least forgotten in the US (where the author eventually ends up). Because this account is personal and somewhat short (2,115 Kindle locations), we don't have a comprehensive report of Zambia's birth and the surrounding issues; the story is his perspective.

    Still, why he left England (and the conditions there pre- and post-war), the years in Northern Rhodesia, and why he had to leave Zambia are a stirring tale.

  • Once again Amazon and a publisher conspire to prevent a prospective buyer from actually seeing a sample of a book of interest.

    While the introduction written by Colin Baker was useful and informative (and the author's "appreciation" for help in writing the book totally pointless in the context of a sample of the book), after reading the sample one is still left with no idea of the author's writing style.

    Developments in Zambia during the period that the author was there are of interest to me since I arrived just months after he departed (and remained until 1997), but I would still have liked to have been able to read a few pages of the actual book before deciding to buy it. It's quite likely that it is fascinating reading, but there's at least a chance that the author's writing is sleep-inducing and I'm not sure if I want to bet $10 to see which it is.

    The one-star rating is for Amazon and the publisher. There seems no other way to gain their attention.