He sought out the remnants of Siam in Thailand, and Rhodesia in Zimbabwe, and Leningrad in St. Petersburg.
Fischer was born in Rhodesia and doesn't need lectures about colonial over-reach.
The Southern Rhodesia administrative account showed a surplus revenue of 17,125l.
I have met people from Rhodesia, and they dress quite ordinarily.
Afterwards I went into Rhodesia, and incidentally made money.
What, in the name of fortune, is the good of going to Rhodesia?
He had been in Rhodesia, poking about in some ancient ruins there, and—oh, my garden flower!
In 1893 came the first of the events that made Rhodesia a storm center.
If she could anyhow win her father's consent, she would go with him on his trip to Rhodesia.
He would clear out of Rhodesia as soon as he had carried his point.
Note: Rhodesia was named for Cecil Rhodes, the English industrialist whose British South Africa Company colonized the region at the end of the nineteenth century. He also founded the Rhodes Scholarships for study at Oxford University.