A Natural Wonder
The Zambezi River
The Victoria Falls
Ecology of the Victoria Falls
Formation of the Victoria Falls
People of the Victoria Falls
Enter the Ndebele
Discovery of the Victoria Falls
In Livingstone's Footsteps
Development of the Rhodesias
Development of the Railway
Development of Tourism
Development of Victoria Falls Town
Recent History
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Footsteps Through Time - A History of Travel and Tourism to the Victoria Falls

To The Victoria Falls

Further Information

Links

Barotseland.com

Barotseland.com In the beginning: the early Luyis [pdf]

Barotseland.com Makololo interregnum and the legacy of David Livingstone [pdf]

Barotseland.com Westbeech [pdf]

David Livingstone's Africa Livingstone Online

The Art of Exploration - The Smoke that Thunders: Victoria Falls

Livingstone Watercolour of the Falls

Poster of the Launch 'Ma Robert' Made when support was being canvassed for Dr.Livingstone's Zambezi expedition, by Thomas Baines, exhibited 1857

Waterfall Stamps - The Victoria Falls

The First Photographs of the Victoria Falls taken by Frank "Zambezi" Watson

Memories of Rhodesia - How 'wild west' coaches opened up Rhodesia

Progress in Rhodesia An Important System in the Heart of Africa Mike's Railway History

The Victoria Falls Bridge - 100 years of history Geoff's Trains

The Zambezi International Regatta Returns to Livingstone, Zambia

LIFE 10 Mar 1947 - The Royal Visit to southern Africa (Google books)

British Pathe: The Greatest Falls in the World - video newsreel film (1931)

British Pathe: Southern Africa Royal Tour - video newsreel film (1947)

British Pathe: The King Meets Chief Imwiko - video newsreel film (1931)

British Pathe: Royal Rhodesian Visit - video newsreel film (1953)

Life Magazine Photographs of Rhodesia - photographic gallery

A Fireman in Africa Story of Raymond Critchell, based at Victoria Falls August 1948/1951 with BOAC flying boat station

1955 Article on flying game safaris in Victoria Falls Flight Magazine

Northern Rhodesia and Zambia - Photographs and Information from the Fifties and Sixties

Victoria Falls Tourist Information Brochures From Fifties and Sixties

Mopane Clarke: His Name was Logbengula's Tribute Horizon Article, Jun 1963

Livingstone: A Town with a Chip on its Shoulder Horizon Article, Jun 1964

Victoria Falls in Retreat Horizon Article, Jan 1965

The Northern Rhodesia Journal - Index 1950 - 1965

House of Lords, Anglo-German Agreement Bill, July 1890, second sitting

Emil Holub - first cartographer of the Victoria Falls

Dr. John Kirk (1832-1923) Auction of photographs fro the Zambezi empedition, Christies

Thomas Baines: an Artist in the Service of Science in Southern Africa

Bookman - Cape to Cairo Blog

Biodiversity Foundation for Africa

Footprints on a Global Landscape – 150 years of improving the built environment Hyder Consulting, 2007

Structurae George Camille Imbault

Structurae The Victoria Falls Bridge

The British Empire Northern Rhodesia

The British Empire Rhodesia

The British Empire Art and Empire : Thomas Baines


Sun, Steel and Spray - A History of the Victoria Falls Bridge

Corridors Through Time - A History of the Victoria Falls Hotel

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'To The Victoria Falls' aims to bring you the wonder of the Victoria Falls through a look at its natural and human history.

This website has been developed using information researched from a wide variety of sources, including books, magazines and websites etc too numerous to mention or credit individually, although many key references are identified on our References page. Many of the images contained in this website have been sourced from old photographic postcards and publications and no infringement of copyright is intended. We warmly welcome any donations of photographs or information to this website.

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