The Second Chimurenga was a struggle fought between the Africans and white Rhodesian government which culminated in the independence of Zimbabwe in 1980. The war started in the early 1960s but took a more militant stance with 1966 at the Battle of Chinhoyi and ended in 1980 after the signing of the Lancaster House Agreement.
|Second Chimurenga War|
|Part of Zimbabwe's Liberation War|
The Lancaster Conference talks that ended the Second Chimurenga
|Rhodesian Security Forces||Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA)||Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army (ZANLA)|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Ian Smith||John Nkomo||Josiah Tongogara, Wilfred Mhanda|