Interview with Anthony Granger, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Shropshire 14/10/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 1.24GB and 115MB.
rhodesia; british south africa police; south africa; apartheid; boarding schools; family; heritage; rhodes, cecil john (1853-1902); boer war (1899-1902); immigration; migration; mining; first world war (1914-1918); northern rhodesia; schools; travel; afrikaners; sinoia high school, rhodesia; discipline; gender roles; social class; racial discrimination; social stratification; ethnic conflicts; national service; conscription; higher education; apartheid; racial segregation; insurgency; terrorism; war dead; contact (with opposition); propaganda; emigration (from rhodesia); nationalism; independence; communism; cold war; china; russia; cuba; colonialism; natural resources; civil defence; national defence; military training; firearms; african languages; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); parades; cost of living; counterinsurgency (coin); police reserves; frente de libertacao de mocambique (frelimo); mozambique; loyalty; customs and traditions (african); chiweshe tribal trust land, rhodesia; protected villages; malayan emergency (1948-1960); medical treatment; contraception; hearts and minds; russian (language); interrogation; special branch; military recruitment (nationalist); abduction; political corruption; rhodesian front (rf); radio; sweden; holland; bader, sir douglas robert steuart (1910-1982); thatcher, margaret hilda (b 1925); international relations (rhodesia-uk); economic sanctions; armoured cars; land mines; military intelligence; external operations; warfare; military theory; military strategy; military incursions; zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); zimbabwe african national union (zanu); shona; matabele; selous scouts; side switching; forensics; hanging; imprisonment; ambush; nehanda sector; personal names; dead bodies; cultural identity (rhodesian); tracking; courts; law enforcement; c squadron, rhodesian special air service regiment; military recruitment (rhodesia); hms tiger; hms fearless; south african police; homicide; justice; black african peoples; crime; criminals; social participation; clubs; iraq; nationality; Rhodesian Oral History Project