First of two interviews with Tim Lambon, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
Internal users can download an approved interview transcript for personal use only from the archive. Please contact project coordinators or UWE Institutional Repository if you are an external user and wish to consult the material in hard copy or if you require access to the audio recording.
Interview undertaken in London on 27/10/2009 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 795MB and 71.1MB.
rhodesia; british south africa police; south africa; apartheid; independence; federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; childhood; liberalism; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); international relations (rhodesia-uk); british empire; cultural identity (rhodesian); british; identity; national service (rhodesia); career development; ground coverage; contact (with opposition); fear; insurgency; firearms; military communications; nationalism; missionaries; tourism; humour; racism; military intelligence; law enforcement; ballistics; prosecution services; war crimes; racial discrimination; torture; interrogation; rhodesian intelligence corps; crime reporting; prisoners of war; ambush; medical treatment; helicopters; war casualties; military strategy (nationalist); military training (nationalist); accidental death; pilots; war dead; pensions; destruction of records; resignation; emigration (from rhodesia); personal names; political intimidation; political corruption; psychological trauma; alcoholism; Rhodesian Oral History Project