RHODESIA: Three Soldier Peacemakers

A fight begins to stop the fighting

Retired Indian General Prem Chand flew from New York City to Lusaka, Zambia, last week as the special representative of United Nations Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim. His mission: to arrange a U.N. peace-keeping force that would help maintain security in Rhodesia, if and when there is a cease-fire in the five-year-old guerrilla war.

In London, retired Field Marshal Sir Richard Michael Power Carver, Britain's newly appointed proconsul for Rhodesia, prepared to fly to Salisbury this week. His mission: to secure, if possible, an actual cease-fire agreement, which is...

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