Interview with Carl Gibbard, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Bristol on 13/01/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 1.39GB and 130MB.
rhodesia; british south africa police; air transport; cultural identity (rhodesian); racial discrimination; press coverage; television publicity; british empire; racism; social participation; liberalism; propaganda; nationality; british; insurgency; military training (rhodesia); military intelligence; elections; international relations (rhodesia-uk); occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); law enforcement; national defence; special branch; ground coverage; crime; weapons; firearms; military facilities; hearts and minds; ambush; land mines; violence against the person; torture; civilian war deaths; military training (nationalist); terrorism; destruction of records; war dead; war casualties; morale; curfew; black african peoples; resources (military); contact (with opposition); psychological trauma; military tactics; monitoring forces; interpreting; interrogation; customs and traditions (african); psychological warfare; donaldson, sally; radio; television; popular music; land ownership; political corruption; todd, reginald stephen garfield (1908-2002); guard force; ammunition; military uniform; parades; war damage; identity; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); discipline; criminal investigation department (cid); military vehicles; military equipment; armoured fighting vehicles; armoured cars; arms control; military manpower; security force auxiliaries; politics; election campaigns; identification cards; political intimidation; marriage; Rhodesian Oral History Project