Bomb fragments which were found in Kavalamanje area in Luangwa Districtin 1978. They were used by the Rhodesian soldiers during the struggle for the independence of Zimbabwe, then Southern Rhodesia right inside Zambia killing Zambians on their own soils.

This was on March 6, 1978 when Ian Smith of Southern Rhodesia Army attacked Luangwa District, and specifically Kavalamanje and Kakaro villages in a war that lasted for 72 hours.

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