Interview with Mike Jones, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Cornwall on 12/12/2008 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 863GB and 78.3MB.
rhodesia; british south africa police; military recruitment; family; boarding schools; wildlife conservation; air transport; military training (rhodesia); unilateral declaration of independence (1965); emigration (from rhodesia); african languages; customs and traditions (african); racial segregation; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); nationality; passports; special branch; military intelligence; operation rawhide; nationalism; russia; china; communism; cuba; military training (nationalist); law enforcement; cold war; zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); ethnic conflicts; dictatorship; democracy; c squadron, rhodesian special air service regiment (sas); rhodesian air force; joint operations command (joc); intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); south african police; territorial army (rhodesia); conscientious objectors; protected villages; civil defence; politics; mozambique; contact (with opposition); explosives; railways; kotwa, rhodesia; excitement; psychological trauma; loyalty; external operations; operation hurricane; military incursions; pseudo operations; reid-daly, (ron) ronald francis, lieutenant colonel (b 1926); resistencia nacional mocambicana (renamo); frente de libertacao de mocambique (frelimo); poaching; landmines; war casualties; disabilities; firearms; weapons; operation cauldron; sinoia, rhodesia; tracking; military strategy (rhodesia); elections; independence (of zimbabwe); political corruption; farming; movement for democratic change (mdc); economic and social development; lancaster house, london, uk; coup; interethnic relations; police reserves; call ups; grey's scouts; operation tempest; Rhodesian Oral History Project