John Smith became a veterinary surgeon and his professional career largely took place in Northern Rhodesia, where he established the colony's main agricultural research station at Mazabuka, and became head of the veterinary service. He saw the end of company rule and the establishment of the crown colony in 1923 and served in the Legislative and Executive Councils. This book is Smith's account of inter-war life in a crown colony. Social life revolved around the club, and rigid class distinctions ruled relations between ...

Vet in Africa: Life on the Zambezi, 1913-1933 1997, I. B. Tauris & Company, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781860641329

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