Questionnaire completed by Neville Spurr

Spurr, N. (2009) Questionnaire completed by Neville Spurr. [Artefact] Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/12050
Creators:Spurr, N.
Abstract/Description:Questionnaire completed by Neville Spurr, formerly British South Africa Police, as part of the Rhodesian Forces oral history project. Internal users can download this document 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.
Item Type:Artefact
Uncontrolled Keywords:rhodesia; british south africa police; passports; pioneers (early settlers); railways; social class; emigration (from rhodesia); immigration; servants; racial segregation; interethnic relations; servants; paternalism; chilapalapa; african languages; afrikaners; apartheid; equal opportunity; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); terrorism; church (rhodesia); spirit mediums; cultural development; violence against the person; land mines; viscount air disasters (1978, 1979); medical treatment; crime reporting; hearts and minds; liberalism; standard of living; side switching; military recruitment (nationalist); radio; press coverage; communism; morale; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); protected villages; rape; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); travel; israel; zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); security force auxiliaries; united african national council (uanc); internal affairs; torture; wages; assembly points; special weapons and tactics (swat); hostages; nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); resignation (from rhodesian security forces); political intimidation; nhongo, rex; social status; social participation; employment; espionage; british empire; south african police; Rhodesian Oral History Project
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
Year of publication, submission, or completion:16 April 2009
Funders (or N/A if none):AHRC
Projects:Rhodesian Forces Oral History Project
ID Code:12050
Deposited By: A. Berry
Deposited On:24 Nov 2010 10:23
Last Modified:28 Apr 2017 08:04