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Zimbabwe 10 Billion Dollars 2008 UNC, World inflation record, currency banknotes P85 by RBZ
Zimbabwe 10 Billion Dollars 2008 UNC, World inflation record, currency banknotes P85 by RBZ
Hyperinflation in Zimbabwe was a period of currency instability that began in the late 1990s shortly after the confiscation of private farms from landowners, towards the end of Zimbabwean involvement in the Second Congo War. During the height of inflation from 2008 to 2009, it was difficult to measure Zimbabwe's hyperinflation because the government of Zimbabwe stopped filing official inflation statistics. However, Zimbabwe's peak month of inflation is estimated at 79.6 billion percent in mid-November 2008. In 2009, Zimbabwe stopped printing its currency, with currencies from other countries being used. In mid-2015, Zimbabwe announced plans to have completely switched to the United States dollar by the end of 2015. Over the course of the five-year span of hyperinflation, the inflation rate fluctuated greatly. At one point, the US Ambassador to Zimbabwe predicted that it would reach 1.5 million percent. In June 2008 the annual rate of price growth was 11.2 million percent. The worst of the inflation occurred in 2008, leading to the abandonment of the currency. The peak month of hyperinflation occurred in mid-November 2008 with a rate estimated at 79,600,000,000% per month.

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Zimbabwe (Bradt Travel Guide Zimbabwe)
Zimbabwe (Bradt Travel Guide Zimbabwe)
This new third edition of Bradt's Zimbabwe remains the most authoritative and trusted guide available, written in an engaging and entertaining style by an expert author who has been visiting Zimbabwe annually for nearly 30 years and now spends six months of each year there. In this new thoroughly revised edition, Paul Murray brings a particular focus for those wanting to travel independently as well as visitors on organised tours. Game viewing in some of Africa's greatest national parks is a rewarding experience and this guide offers in-depth information on the facilities, advice on itinerary planning as well as how to select a safari. Accommodation is covered with up-to-date information on everything from luxury safari camps to budget stays for younger travellers who arrive overland, heading for the fast flowing waters of the Zambezi gorge. There are also details of en-route accommodation not found in other guides following a complete countrywide review of all destinations that are key to independent travellers, making this by far the most up-to-date guidebook to Zimbabwe on the market. As political tension relaxes, wildlife enthusiasts and curious tourists are returning to Zimbabwe, a country which not so long ago was southern Africa's premier tourist destination, with some of the finest national parks in Africa, stunning landscapes and an abundance of wildlife. The mighty Zambezi River offers adventure holidays, and Victoria Falls will leave visitors breathless, while the range of birdlife draws enthusiasts year-round.

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When Money Destroys Nations: How Hyperinflation Ruined Zimbabwe, How Ordinary People Survived, and Warnings for Nations that Print Money
When Money Destroys Nations: How Hyperinflation Ruined Zimbabwe, How Ordinary People Survived, and Warnings for Nations that Print Money
Since the global financial crisis of 2008, the major governments of the world have resorted to printing vast sums of money to pay national debts and bail out banks. The warning signs are clear, and the collapse of the Zimbabwean dollar in 2009 after years of rampant money printing is a frightening example of what lies in store for the world's economies if painful, but necessary, reform is not enacted soon. When Money Destroys Nations tells the gripping story of the disintegration of the once-thriving Zimbabwean economy and how ordinary people survived in turbulent circumstances. Analysing this case within a global context, Philip Haslam and Russell Lamberti investigate the causes of hyperinflation and draw ominous parallels between Zimbabwe and the world's developed economies. The looming currency crises and possible hyperinflation in these major economies, particularly the United States, have the potential to turn the current world order upside down. Zimbabwe's lessons must not be ignored. This is the story of When Money Destroys Nations.

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The Fear: Robert Mugabe and the Martyrdom of Zimbabwe
The Fear: Robert Mugabe and the Martyrdom of Zimbabwe
In 2008, memoirist and journalist Peter Godwin secretly returned to his native Zimbabwe after its notoriously tyrannical leader, Robert Mugabe, lost an election. The decision was severely risky--foreign journalists had been banned to prevent the world from seeing a corrupt leader's refusal to cede power. Zimbabweans have named this period, simply, The Fear. Godwin bears witness to the torture bases, the burning villages, the opposition leaders in hiding, the last white farmers, and the churchmen and diplomats putting their own lives on the line to stop the carnage. Told with a brilliant eye for detail, THE FEAR is a stunning personal account of a people laid waste by a despot and, armed with nothing but a desire to be free, their astonishing courage and resilience.

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Zimbabwe National Country Flag - 3 foot by 5 foot Polyester (New)
Zimbabwe National Country Flag - 3 foot by 5 foot Polyester (New)
Zimbabwe National Country Flag - 3 foot by 5 foot Polyester (New)

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The Struggle Continues: 50 Years of Tyranny in Zimbabwe
The Struggle Continues: 50 Years of Tyranny in Zimbabwe
David Coltart is one of the most prominent political and human rights figures in Zimbabwe. In 2000, he was elected to Parliament and, following the creation of a ‘coalition’ government in September 2008, he was appointed Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, a position he held until August 2013. Over the years, Coltart has been threatened, detained, spuriously prosecuted and has survived several direct attempts on his life. For three decades, Coltart has kept detailed notes and records of all his work, including a meticulous diary of Cabinet dealings, the source material for much of his book.

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Trillion Dollar Pair Zimbabwe - 50 Trillion & 100 Trillion Dollar Notes by Shipodin
Trillion Dollar Pair Zimbabwe - 50 Trillion & 100 Trillion Dollar Notes by Shipodin
Authentic Uncirculated Zimbabwe BankNote with all its security features intact!

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Zimbabwe 50 Billion Dollar Bank Note Bill Money Inflation Record Currency Note by Zimbabwe Central Bank
Zimbabwe 50 Billion Dollar Bank Note Bill Money Inflation Record Currency Note by Zimbabwe Central Bank
Hyperinflation uncirculated

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Koffee Kult Zimbabwe Coffee Beans Highest Quality Delicious - Whole Bean - Single Origin- Fresh Roasted Gourmet - Aromatic Artisan Coffee 32oz
Koffee Kult Zimbabwe Coffee Beans Highest Quality Delicious - Whole Bean - Single Origin- Fresh Roasted Gourmet - Aromatic Artisan Coffee 32oz
For coffee gourmet snobs that need a Single Origin Zimbabwe coffee. You will not be able to walk thru your kitchen without opening this coffee just to smell these freshly dark roasted coffee beans which are 100% arabica coffee. These are the same artisan roasted coffe beans that you will find in gourmet stores, espresso bars and cafés! These fresh roasted coffee beans will get you hooked on gourmet coffee. Great to drink yourself or give as a coffee gifts to a friend or family member. Perfect for Fathers day coffee gifts! Koffee Kult Zimbabwe coffee is artisan small batch roasted on one of our 15 or 60 kilo coffee roasters overseen by a roast master with 25 plus years of experience. Koffee Kult roast this Zimbabwe coffees to a medium roast in the roasting process and then released into the cooling bin for a fuller, more even flavor. Then packaged as whole bean coffee in an air tight bag to ensure optimal freshness in a resealable coffee bag with a one way value to enable the beans to degas while keeping air out. The selected speciality grade 100% arabica coffee meets SCAA specialty grade coffee standards. This coffee come from one of the best coffee bean regions in the world. Your search for gourmet coffee beans is over. Brew some of your new Zimbabwe coffee and see how it tastes. Order some today, your order will be delivered to your doorstep for your delicious morning experience of the best coffee. These awesome coffee beans are best sellers are on coffee snobs favorites list. Ordering these beans is the easiest way to get your coffee bean direct from the roaster. There are many ways to enjoy these dark coffee beans such as drip, ice coffee, espresso beans, poor over (Hario v60) Chemex or Toddy cold brew coffee.

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