A bibliographic guide to the Nationalist period

Marion E. Doro


  • Unknown publisher
  • Boston
  • 1984
  • English
  • Paperback
  • 247 pages


This bibliographic study is a guide to the research resources and themes relating to Zimbabwe's nationalist period dating from 1960 to independence in 1980. It is intended for students who are interested in doing research on Zimbabwe but who are not familiar with its history or the social science evidence which records and analyses the political developments and socioeconomic processes which shaped the country's struggle for independence. It is also intended for teachers and librarians who are constantly involved in the process of finding reference materials for their students.


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Mario E. Doro was a professor of government at Connecticut College. She passed away in 2015.