Interview with Bill Galloway, male, formerly Rhodesian Air Force.
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Interview undertaken in Norfolk on 09/01/2009 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
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rhodesia; rhodesian air force; 1 squadron; 3 squadron; 4 squadron; kenya; emigration (from uk); british empire; national service (rhodesia); aden, yemen; nationalism; riots; sport; mau mau; terrorism; fear; hearts and minds; communism; contact (with opposition); military incursions; external operations; china; russia; economic and social development; pioneers (early settlers); christianity; agricultural development; ethnic conflicts; self reliance (development strategies); currency; manufacturing industry; production; military intelligence; violence against the person; rape; royal air force (uk); international relations (rhodesia-uk); loyalty; customs and traditions (british); air accidents; war dead; women; civil defence; military aircraft; air warfare; call ups; family disorganization; medical treatment; community (social values); emigration (from rhodesia); independence; political corruption; affretair; pilots; smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); social stratification; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); south african air force; south african police; helicopters; politics; servants; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); passports; air transport; deportation; social status; pensions; retirement; weather; standard of living; social participation; family; Rhodesian Oral History Project