Interview with Ed Potterton, male, formerly Rhodesian Air Force.
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Interview undertaken in West Yorkshire on 03/09/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 1.10GB and 102MB.
rhodesia; rhodesian air force, 7 squadron; rhodesian air force, 4 squadron; royal rhodesian air force; british empire; discipline; cultural values; further education; pioneers (early settlers); passports; nationality; cultural identity (rhodesian); colonialism; apartheid; afrikaners; whites; black african peoples; racial segregation; racism; servants; social stratification; social class; pilots; family; air warfare; military aircraft; operation sand; united states of america (usa); communism; helicopters; military training (rhodesia); military recruitment (rhodesia); ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); war dead; funerals; nationalism; international relations (rhodesia-uk); rhodesian front (rf); federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; zambia; kaunda, kenneth david (b 1924); mining; northern rhodesia; immigration; selous scouts; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); fire force; resources (military); counterinsurgency; military theory; military strategy (rhodesia); economic and social development; medical treatment; military communications; war casualties; call ups; family disorganization; operation uric; south africa; south african police; south african air force; farming; land ownership; wages; households; political corruption; schulenburg, chris; contact (with opposition); green leader; walsh, norman; external operations; benecke, (cocky) kevin; mugabe, robert gabriel (b 1924); independence (of zimbabwe); coup; emigration (from rhodesia); cost of living; lancaster house, london, uk; excitement; dead bodies; Rhodesian Oral History Project