Interview with Jim O’Toole, 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 Devon on 19/11/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 1.15GB and 106MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; military recruitment (rhodesia); rhodesia house, the strand (london, uk); second world war (1939-1945); weather; nationalism; riots; political protests; social participation; houses; standard of living; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); racial discrimination; umtali, rhodesia; military training (rhodesia); firearms; african languages; customs and traditions (african); police anti-terrorist unit (patu); voluntary additional training (vat); civil defence; terrorism; insurgency; military uniform; bailey, bill; seekings, (reg) albert reginald (1920-1999); frontiers; contact (with opposition); unilateral declaration of independence (1965); international relations (rhodesia-uk); army (uk); politics; royal air force (uk); military aircraft; helicopters; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); weapons; military intelligence; rhodesian intelligence corps; special branch; ground coverage; operation platform; joint operations command (joc); communism; terrorists; criminals; law enforcement; violence against the person; china; russia; british empire; colonialism; black african peoples; economic and social development; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); political corruption; patriotism; zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); zimbabwe african national liberation army (zanla); ethnic conflicts; international relations (rhodesia-uk); sanctions busting; self reliance (development strategies); international trade; mining; support unit; military strategy (rhodesia); fire force; resources (military); call ups; ambush; ballistics; courts; crime; criminal investigation department (cid); prosecution services; national service (rhodesia); south african army; south african police; bright lights; mercenaries; explosives; emigration (from rhodesia); civil defence; convoys; protected villages; crime reporting; chimurenga songs; interethnic relations; land mines; war dead; war casualties; kenya; morale; security force auxiliaries; muzorewa, abel tendekayi (b 1925); arms control; side switching; mortuaries; dead bodies; homicide; equal opportunity; colonialism; independence (of zimbabwe); natural resources; afghanistan; Rhodesian Oral History Project