When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Cecil John Rhodes

Collection by John Le Brasseur

32 
Pins
 • 
18 
Followers
 Ian Douglas Smith, Prime Minister of Rhodesia, Africa Ian Smith, Douglas Smith, Zimbabwe Africa, Military Special Forces, All Nature, Interesting History, My Heritage, African History, Coat Of Arms

Rhodesian Leaders - Window on Rhodesia

Leaders of Rhodesia from 1890 The Founder The Rt. Hon. Cecil John Rhodes P.C. D.C.L. Prime Minister of Cape Colony ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Cecil John Rhodes 1853 – 1902 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . First Rhodesian Council 1899 . … Read More

TIL that the founder of the Rhodes scholarship Cecil Rhodes was also the founder of the De Beers mining company and also a key figure in setting up apartheid in South Africa John Rhodes, Imperial Design, Africa Continent, Preschool Music, History Online, Old Maps, Interesting History, African History, De Beers

Cecil John Rhodes | South African History Online

Cecil John Rhodes was born on 5 July 1853 in the small hamlet of Bishops Stortford, England. He was the fifth son of Francis William Rhodes and his second wife, Louisa Peacock.

Granted Zimbabwe doesn’t often feature on top destinations list, but as the country gets ready to celebrate 34 years of independence on Friday, it is worth looking at all this little landlocked African country has on offer for the intrepid traveler. John Rhodes, Victoria Falls, Bungee Jumping, Trotter, African Countries, Top Destinations, Zimbabwe, Homeland, Ancestry

Intrepid Traveller’s Guide to Zimbabwe

Granted Zimbabwe doesn’t often feature on top destinations list, but as the country gets ready to celebrate 34 years of independence on Friday, it is worth looking at all this little landlocked African country has on offer for the intrepid traveler.

Glenborrodale Castle, Ardnamurchan was built as a guest house by Charles Rudd, the main business associate of Cecil Rhodes, and was later owned by Jesse Boot, who was the proprietor of the Boots the Chemist chain of shops in Great Britain. Scotland Castles, Scottish Castles, John Rhodes, English Decor, Chateaus, Country Houses, Scotland Travel, British Isles, Cathedrals

Glenborrodale Castle was built as a guest house by Charles Rudd, the main business associate of Cecil Rhodes, and was later owned by Jesse Boot, who was the proprietor of the Boots the Chemist chain of shops. Photo: google.com

The benevolent King of Bechuanaland. Alexander Mccall Smith Books, African History, African Men, John Rhodes, Tribal Warrior, Warrior King, Historical Images, Going Home, World History

Khama III!!!

Free Online World Famous People! Search and browse Famous People from across the World

Centenary-of-the-birth-of-Cecil-Rhodes former zimbabwe Salisbury Rhodes scholarship de beers diamonds sick child at birth. West Africa, South Africa, Colonial, John Rhodes, Xhosa, Apartheid, Victoria Falls, St Helena, Salisbury

Centenary-of-the-birth-of-Cecil-Rhodes former zimbabwe Salisbury Rhodes scholarship de beers diamonds sick child at birth. Oxford

Cecil Rhodes raised this monument on top of World's view in the Matobo Hills in honour of Allan Wilson and the men who fell to the Ndebele at Shangani in John Rhodes, World View, Great British, Zimbabwe, Its A Wonderful Life, Commonwealth, Ancestry, Statues, Followers

Cecil Rhodes raised this monument on top of World's view in the Matobo Hills in honour of Allan Wilson and the men who fell to the Ndebele at Shangani in 1893.

Rugby Football History Also in 1896 Cecil John Rhodes presented a trophy to the South African Coloured Rugby Football Board (SACRFB) for their domestic competition. It was first played for in Kimberley in 1898 when Western Province won. THE RHODES CUP John Rhodes, South African Rugby, Rugby Sport, Rugby World Cup, Poker, Brave, Competition, Awards, Football

Rugby Football History

Learn about the history of rugby including a comprehensive timeline, the Olympics, the 6 nations, the tri-nations and the rugby world cup.

Rear of Colonial Revival home. Haugen residence, built in 1904 Grand Homes, Local History, Places Of Interest, Little Houses, Colonial, John Rhodes, Past, England, Tours

History Blog Tour - Day 6: Local history & Bishop's Stortford | Essex Voices Past

This week, to celebrate the publication of my first local history book, Bishop’s Stortford Through Time, I am very excited to be doing tour around various blogs talking about various aspects of my book: not just the subject matter, but also about writing and researching “history”. One post a day – so 7 posts in total – …