This page is the portal enabling you to search Rhodesian Forces Archives Project archive records and view artefacts in The Lion and Tusk - Museum of the Rhodesian Services Association which is located at Unit 10, 14 Portside Drive, Mount Maunganui, New Zealand.
The Lion and Tusk Museum and the Rhodesian Forces Archives Project contain Rhodesian military history records and exhibits of uniforms, medals and equipment from the Pioneer period, Matabele War, Mashona Rebellion, Anglo-Boer War, World War One, World War Two, Malayan Emergency, Korean War, Aden Conflict, Nyasaland Emergency, Congo Border, Rhodesian Bush War, Commonwealth Monitoring Force, Op Agila as well as Rolls of Honour rescued from Zimbabwe;The Lion & Tusk Museum is the largest Rhodesian military museum outside Africa.
The Rhodesian Services Association invites you to visit The Lion and Tusk Museum and view Rhodesian military history. Click on the image above to find opening hours and location.
Protect the record of Rhodesia's proud military history by supporting The Lion and Tusk Museum. Donations can be made via our Givealittle page. Every dollar counts. Please click the Donate button on the image below:
The two Lion & Tusk buttons buttons below lead into our on-line records. Please use them to access valuable records and resources for research and general interest.
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