Interview with Clive Shelley, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Bristol on 09/01/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 809MB and 73.3MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; monarchy; british empire; education; cultural isolation; servants; interethnic relations; associations; british; loyalty; rhodesian front (rf); elections; social class; social stratification; boundaries; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); emigration (from rhodesia); voluntary additional training (vat); police anti-terrorist unit (patu); military training (rhodesia); firearms; military uniform; crime; homicide; insurgency; military manpower; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); equal opportunity; african languages; customs and traditions (african); south africa; military recruitment (rhodesia); ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); military communications; call ups; voluntary work; communism; russia; china; election campaigns; international relations (rhodesia-uk); united states of america (usa); fire force; contact (with opposition); ambush; special weapons and tactics (swat); censorship; loyalty; Rhodesian Oral History Project