Interview with Tony Trethowan, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken on 02/10/2008 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 705MB and 64.0MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; weather; military training (rhodesia); insurgency; homicide; interrogations; prisoners of war; boundaries; nationalism; politics; terrorism; equal opportunity; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); ethnic conflicts; courts; crime; law enforcement; apartheid; china; russia; military training (nationalist); tongogara, josiah magama (1938-1979); side switching; contact (with opposition); civil defence; ground coverage; military intelligence; counterinsurgency (coin); weapons; customs and traditions (african); land ownership; tribal trust land; cultural values; spirit mediums; nyakasikana, (mbuyu) nehanda charwe (1840-1898); call ups; radio; international relations (rhodesia-uk); war dead; ammunition; military tactics; external operations; security force auxiliaries; guard force; violence against the person; cultural identity (rhodesian); identity; heritage; afrikaners; cultural isolation; emigration (from rhodesia); socialism; election campaigns; political intimidation; torture; central intelligence organisation (cio); criminal investigation department (cid); prisons; imprisonment; Rhodesian Oral History Project