Interview with Hobo Hobson, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken near Maidstone, Kent on 28/09/2009 by Annie Berry
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rhodesia; army (rhodesia); 11th battalion, rhodesia regiment; customs and traditions (british); heritage; parades; british empire services league; military heritage; paternalism; evolution; mugabe, robert gabriel (b 1924); agricultural development; racism; immigration; iraq; federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; national service (rhodesia); south african army; bottomley, arthur george (1907-1995); royalism; smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); loyalty; conscription; military training (rhodesia); air warfare; counterinsurgency (coin); kenya; malayan emergency (1948-1960); protected villages; pseudo operations; selous scouts; army (UK); torture; violence against the person; ceasefire; tongogara, josiah magama (1938-1979); homicide; nhari, thomas; mugabe, robert gabriel (b 1924); military recruitment (nationalist); nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); external operations; press; censorship; call ups; war dead; parker, david (colonel); shaw, john, major general; rhodesian women's service; community (social values); commemorative events; south africa; kissinger, henry alfred (b 1923); economic sanctions; hearts and minds; rhodesian african rifles; military intelligence; ground coverage; nyakasikana, (mbuyu) nehanda charwe (1840-1898); spirit mediums; berlyn, philippa; christie, philippa; customs and traditions (african); interpreting; operation rawhide; land mines; armoured cars; armoured fighting vehicles; politics; psychological warfare; heppenstall, david; arms industry; fireams; social security; rhodesian army education corps; military recruitment (rhodesia); military personnel; royal british legion; retirement; pensions; patriotism; Rhodesian Oral History Project