Interview with David Lemon, male, formerly British South Africa Police Support Unit.
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Interview undertaken in Gloucestershire on 16/12/2008 by Annie Berry.
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 1.68GB and 156MB.
rhodesia; support unit; british south africa police; family; education; boarding schools; sport; holidays; british empire; customs and traditions (british); discipline; racial segregation; black african peoples; african languages; chinyanja; shona; kenya; swahili; st george’s college, rhodesia; passports; nationality; identity; independence; uk; weather; loyalty; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); military recruitment (rhodesia); immigration; emigration (from rhodesia); military training (rhodesia); wages; households; cost of living; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); equal opportunity; paternalism; racism; servants; police anti-terrorist unit (patu); military manpower; 1st battalion, rhodesian light infantry; war dead; dead bodies; psychological trauma; weapons; theft; criminals; firearms; terrorism; politics; press coverage; press; censorship; radio; donaldson, sally; interpreting; spirit mediums; mental health; kariba, rhodesia; abduction; maritime warfare; zambia; external operations; motorboats; marandellas, rhodesia; farmers; civil defence; courts; war crimes; law enforcement; macheke tribal trust land, rhodesia; police reserves; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); military uniform; call ups; excitement; contact (with opposition); communism; russia; china; wiltshire tribal trust land, rhodesia; military theory; selous scouts; civilian war deaths; economic sanctions; resources (military); ammunition; arms control; arms industry; ceasefire; assembly points; army (uk); peacemaking; national youth service, zimbabwe (youth brigade); security force auxiliaries; rape; violence against the person; elections; muzorewa, abel tendekayi (b 1925); election campaigns; monitoring forces; walls, george peter, lieutenant general (b 1927); riots; ethnic conflicts; political corruption; interethnic relations; cultural values; smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); loyalty; Rhodesian Oral History Project