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Politics - Commonwealth Heads of State with the Queen - Buckingham Palace Featured Rhodesia Print

Politics - Commonwealth Heads of State with the Queen - Buckingham Palace

The Queen, with the Prime Ministers and heads of state attending the Commonwealth Prime Minister's Conference at the dinner party she gave a Buckingham Palace. Among the group is Dr Hendrik Verwoed, making his last appearance at such a Commonwealth function. This week, owing to dissention over South Africa's apartheid policy, he withdrew his country from the Commonwealth. Left to right; Dr Kwame Nkrumah (Ghana), Mr John Diefenbaker (Canada), Dr Hendrik Verwoed (South Africa), Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (India), Field Marshal Mohamed Ayub Khan (Pakistan), Sir Roy Welensky (Rhodesia and Nyasaland), Mrs Sirimavo Bandanaraike (Ceylon), Mr Harold Macmillan (Britain), Mr Robert Menzies (Australia), and Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus)


Politics - Commonwealth Economic Conference - London Featured Rhodesia Print

Politics - Commonwealth Economic Conference - London

Queen Elizabeth II with Prime Ministers and senior Ministers attending the Commonwealth Economic Conference in Buckingham Palace. Left to right; Don Stephen Senanayake, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka; Sir Godfrey Huggins, Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia; Sidney Holland, Prime Minister of New Zealand; Winston Churchill, the Queen; Robert Menzies, Prime Minister of Australia; Louis St. Laurent, Prime Minister of Canada; Nicolaas Havenga, South African Minister of Finance; Khwaja Nazimuddin, Prime Minister of Pakistan; and Sir C.D Deshmukh, Indian Minister of Finance

© PA/Press Association Images

Union-Castle Liner Rhodesia Castle Featured Rhodesia Print

Union-Castle Liner Rhodesia Castle

12th October 1951: The Union-Castle Liner Rhodesia Castle in the King George V Dock in London.
RHODESIA CASTLE was built in 1951 by Harland & Wolff in Belfast with a tonnage of 17041grt, a length of 576ft 5in, a beam of 74ft 3in and a service speed of 17.5 knots. Based on the Bloemfontein Castle design she was built for the Round Africa service and replaced the Llanstephan Castle. In 1958 she had her funnel heightened and a dome top fitted and after two cruises out of Southampton replaced the Dunnottar Castle.
She was remodelled in 1960 to accommodate 442 one class passengers.
On 4th May 1967 she was laid up in the River Blackwater prior to sailing to Kaohsiung for breaking up by Chin Ho Fa Steel & Iron Co