Interview with Mike Lewis, male, formerly Rhodesian Army, with his wife, Rose Lewis, female.
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Interview undertaken in East Sussex on 05/06/2009 by Annie Berry.
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 1.61GB and 149MB.
rhodesia; army (rhodesia); pioneers (early settlers); customs and traditions (british); british; identity; bulawayo, rhodesia; nationality; passports; school; racial segragation; education; cultural isolation; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); parades; monarchy; independence; equal opportunity; conscription; territorial army (rhodesia); national service (rhodesia); military training (rhodesia); call ups; career development; rhodesian army pay corps; farming; tribal trust land; centenary district, rhodesia; servants; households; african languages; ndebele; racial discrimination; interethnic relations; social stratification; social status; racial segregation; afrikaners; insurgency; ambush; war dead; land mines; aerial reconnaissance; pilots; women; civil defence; firearms; protected villages; loyalty; land ownership; marriage; family disorganization; self reliance (development strategies); manufacturing industry; rationing; radio; propaganda; press; censorship; viscount air disasters (1978, 1979); nationalism; communism; russia; china; korea; military training (nationalist); intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); assembly points; wages; discipline; fire force; hanging; prisoners of war; criminals; war crimes; guerilla warfare; international trade; mining; politics; kissinger, henry alfred (b 1923); rhodesian front (rf); torture; violence against the person; civilian war deaths; war damage; vandalism; police anti-terrorist unit (patu); police reserves; todd, reginald stephen garfield (1908-2002); liberalism; gurkhas; sithole, ndabaningi (1920-2000); 5 brigade, zimbabwe national army; british; Rhodesian Oral History Project