Interview with David Luscombe, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Devon on 29/10/2009 by Annie Berry.
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 853MB and 77.4MB.
rhodesia; police; metropolitan police; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); rhodesian front (rf); colonialism; savory, (clifford) allan redin (b 1935); national unifying force (nuf); police personnel; wages; equal opportunity; racism; slang; conscription; national service (rhodesia); suicide; special branch; poisoning; curfew; civilian war deaths; law enforcement; obama, barack hussein (b 1961); tsvangirai, morgan richard (b 1952); contact (with opposition); criminals; theft; counterinsurgency (coin); police anti-terrorist unit (patu); frente de libertacao de mocambique (frelimo); forcas armadas para a liberacao de angola (apla); movimento popular de libertação de angola (mpla); united states of america (usa); viscount air disasters (1978, 1979); nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); christianity; church (rhodesia); religion; aiding terrorism; penhalonga mission; missionaries; interethnic relations; military strategy (nationalist); violence against the person; african languages; customs and traditions (african); spirit mediums; side switching; displaced persons; protected villages; malayan emergency (1948-1960); guard force; administration reinforcement unit; mau mau; kenya; hanging; ambush; coloured protection companies; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); cultural identity (rhodesian); fear; convoys; emigration (from rhodesia); security force auxiliaries; dead bodies; war graves; ushewokunze, herbert, doctor; political corruption; victoria province, rhodesia; carrington, peter alexander rupert (b 1919); election campaigns; Rhodesian Oral History Project