Interview with George Ashley, male, formerly British South Africa Police reserve.
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Interview undertaken in Bristol on 30/06/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 1.45GB and 134MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; family; education; northern rhodesia; zambia; emigration (from uk); weather; second world war (1939-1945); army (uk); manufacturing industry; afrikaners; standard of living; houses; political intimidation; social participation; clubs; excitement; federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; mubisha, alice (lenshina) mulenga (1920-1978); kaunda, kenneth david (b 1924); independence; uk; political corruption; immigration; smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); mining; sanctions busting; cold war; holidays; conscription; emigration (from rhodesia); international trade; racial discrimination; war dead; drugs; weapons; firearms; civil defence; voluntary work; police reserves; contact (with opposition); fear; women; viscount air disasters (1978, 1979); child soldiers; military training (rhodesia); call ups; abduction; civilian war deaths; psychological trauma; ambush; communism; air accidents; morale; television publicity; economic and social development; interrogation; cultural values; tsvangirai, morgan richard (b 1952); movement for democratic change (mdc); popular music; revenge; Rhodesian Oral History Project