A good deal of British history is encapsulated in the names that we gave to countries, and geographical features within said countries, during our mission to bring civilisation to those less-fortunate beings outwith GB. Unfortunately, revisionists have attempted to destroy our heritage by re-naming said entities. Ayers Rock is one such example - named after Sir Henry Sayers, a former PM of S Australia, it has subsequently been renamed Uluru (edited for initial mistake) by a collection of benzine-loving eco-indiginees. Same with Rhodesia - named after that paragon of virtue, PM of Cape Colony, and good all-round egg, Cecil Rhodes, it has subsequently been renamed Zimbabwe, renamed through the simple process of randomly selecting Scrabble tiles during a maize beer-swilling competition at the central kraal. What makes my blood boil even more is the attempt to replace traditional English names in GB. Del Boy's residence in Peckham is a prime example - Nelson Mandela House my arse. Don't know what is was originally called - maybe one of our ARRSE historians can assist.