Foreign News: Dominion in Rhodesia?

Sir Godfrey Huggins, 69, is a man with a vision: to build in Central Africa "a virile British state" which will "preserve Africa for the Empire and the British way of life." A wiry little surgeon who left his home in London in 1911, Sir Godfrey is Prime Minister of the self-governing British Colony of Southern Rhodesia. His plan is to federate Southern Rhodesia with the adjoining British protectorates of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. The three territories would form a 475,000square-mile Central African Federation which might one day become Britain's eighth Dominion.


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