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The fragments were taken from Berlin to Leningrad when Russian forces occupied Germany at the end of the Second World War.
Zimbabwe Rhodesia) is a landlocked country located in the southern part of the continent of Africa, between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers.
Africans, and Africans alone, were responsible for building this astounding and complex city.
The first inhabitants of Great Zimbabwe were Shona-speaking peoples who likely settled in the region as early as 400 C. Back then, the land was full of possibilities: plains of fertile soil to support farming and herding, and mineral rich territories to provide gold, iron, copper, and tin for trading and crafting. Over the years, descendants of the Shona made transitions from simple farming communities to more complex, stratified societies. E., the population of Great Zimbabwe was divided and ranked by status — from elite leaders and their cattle to the peasants who did all the work.
It has appeared on the national flags and coats of arms for Zimbabwe and previously Rhodesia as well as on banknotes, coins and stamps.
The bird is used by the national sports teams and is part of numerous badges and logos of various Zimbabwean institutions and organisations.
They are also sometimes called "Bushmen," but this is an insulting name that was given to them by outsiders. The city of Great Zimbabwe prospered until the fifteenth century, and gave modern Zimbabwe its name. In 1992, the country's population was 10.4 million.
It was a British colony known as Rhodesia from 1896 until 1980.
Before the British arrived, the country was made up of a number of separate kingdoms.
Of these, 98 percent were African, and about 2 percent were European, Asian, and mixed-race.
People of mixed race are sometimes called "colored persons." Most of the good farm land is owned by the former European colonists (whites).