Interview with Bill Liversidge, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Wiltshire on 31/07/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
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rhodesia; army (rhodesia); south african army; national service (south africa); family; south africa; 1st battalion, rhodesian light infantry; communism; racism; politics; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); whites; huguenots; tracking; excitement; racial segregation; apartheid; south african police; military uniform; south african air force; police reserves; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); special branch; rhodesian african rifles; 3 commando; frontiers; military incursions; insurgency; contact (with opposition); call ups; press coverage; censorship; cultural values; hearts and minds; military strategy (rhodesia); military tactics; ambush; loyalty; black african peoples; fear; customs and traditions (african); mozambique; external operations; botswana; c squadron, rhodesian special air service regiment (sas); military intelligence; operation hurricane; joint operations command (joc); zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); discipline; cultural development; economic and social development; farming; production; military recruitment (rhodesia); malayan emergency (1948-1960); russian (language); firearms; interrogation; terrorism; monitoring forces; international relations (rhodesia-uk); election campaigns; marriage; retirement; nationality; passports; emigration (from rhodesia); identity; Rhodesian Oral History Project