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Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system, 1888-1947

Jon Lunn

Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system, 1888-1947

by Jon Lunn

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Published by Macmillan in association with St Antony"s College in Basingstoke .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zimbabwe,
  • Zambia
    • Subjects:
    • Railroads -- Zimbabwe -- History.,
    • Railroads -- Zimbabwe -- Employees -- History.,
    • Railroads -- Zambia -- History.,
    • Railroads -- Zambia -- Employees -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-177) and index.

      StatementJon Lunn.
      SeriesSt. Antony"s series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE3427 .L86 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 194 p. :
      Number of Pages194
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL777493M
      ISBN 100333653173
      LC Control Number97178691
      OCLC/WorldCa36261788

      William Henry Chamberlin William Henry Chamberlin () was an American historian and journalist. He was the author of several books about the Cold War, Communism, and US foreign policy, including The Russian Revolution () which was written in Russia between when he was the Moscow correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor. These were originally purchased for use on a heavily graded section of the Beira line, which, until , was operated as part or Rhodesia Railways. In , title of the railway system was changed from Beira & Mashonaland & Rhodesia Railways, by which it had been known since the early days, to Rhodesia Railways.

      Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, – Palgrave Macmillan UK. Jon Lunn (auth.) Year: Language: english. File: PDF, MB. A search query can be a title of the book, a name of the author, ISBN or anything else. Read more about ZAlerts.   Like pioneer railways in other young countries, the Rhodesia Railways have grown up with the territories they serve. Railway communication was a vital part of Rhodes's plan for the opening up of South Central Africa and it is interesting to know that by when the pioneer column occupied Rhodesia, the first miles of railway line, from Kimberley to Vryburg, had already been completed.

      attractive) book. University of Cape Town KAY MCCORMICK LABOUR RELATIONS IN A SETTLER COLONIAL STATE Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, II By JON LUNN. Oxford: MacMillan, I Pp. xi+ ; (IsBN o). The author divides this work into three sections: capital, white workers and African workers. Van-Helten, J. J. ‘ German capital, the Netherlands Railway Company and thepolitical Economy of the Transvaal – ’, J. Afr. Hist., , 3. 3. Van-Helten, J. J. ‘ British and European economic investment in the Transvaal: with specific reference to the .


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This important book is the first in-depth history of the Rhodesian railway system. Covering the periodwhen the Rhodesian railway system was privately owned by Cecil Rhode's British South Africa Company, this book uses the Rhodesian railway system as a prism through which it refracts many dimensions of the imperial experience in central and southern Africa, ranging from the impulses.

Synopsis. This important book is the Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system in-depth history of the Rhodesian railway system. Covering the periodwhen the Rhodesian railway system was privately owned by Cecil Rhode's British South Africa Company, this book uses the Rhodesian railway system as a prism through which it refracts many dimensions of the imperial experience in central and southern Africa, ranging from.

Get this from a library. Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system, [Jon Lunn] -- "This important and lucidly written book is the first in-depth history of the Rhodesian railway system, which was the transport hub of British imperialism in central and southern Africa.

Covering the. Roy Welensky, later Prime Minister of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, was a railway worker and leader of the RRWU in Northern Rhodesia. Further reading.

Lunn, Jon (). Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, – Springer. ISBN ReferencesDate dissolved: Acknowledgements - List of Abbreviations - Map of the Rhodesian Railway System, - Introduction - PART 1: CAPITAL - The Dynamics of Railway Imperialism, - Railway Imperialism and.

Abstract. The railways were the largest single private employer of black labour in the Rhodesias before The official figures show that black employment on the railways reached a maximum of ab injust before the Great Depression, and similar levels in the mids in response to booming wartime traffics.

1 A substantial proportion of black workers who worked on the. Capital and Labour on the Rhodesian Railway System, – by Jon Lunn.

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A study of the Roman Catholic Mission to Central ASfrica and its Protection by the Hapsburg Empire from Buy with confidence from Astley Book Farm,the largest secondhand book shop in. 17 As a result of labour shortages for ‘white’ jobs, Rhodesian railwaymen were able to negotiate pay rises of 10 and 15 per cent in and J.

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This paper is based on a chapter of the same title from my unpublished Ph.D. thesis, ‘Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system, –’ (University of Oxford, ). The laying of Rhodesia’s early railways rank as one of the epics of railway construction.

The lines ran through a rugged and untamed land, where at times both man and the elements were hostile towards the railway pioneers. The Beira-Umtali link was started in and the kilometres line only completed in The entire line ran.

The Railway African Workers' Union (R.A.W.U.) was a trade union in Rhodesia which represented black African railway workers employed by the Rhodesian Railways. History. The RAWU was formed through the merger of the Northern Rhodesian African Railway Workers Trade Union (ARTWU) and the Southern Rhodesian Rhodesia Railways African Employees' Union (RRAEU) at a meeting in Broken.

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Antony's series) by Jon Lunn | Jan 1, Hardcover Social Change in China and Zimbabwe in the Railway Age (Contributions in Comparative Colonial Studies) by James Z. Gao | Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. The Mashonaland Railway Company then undertook the next section of miles to Broken Hill; this was completed on Janu This part of the railway system contained the formidable obstacle of the Kafue River, the most important tributary of the Zambesi River.

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