Interview with Derek Barnes, male, formerly British South Africa Police reserve.
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Interview undertaken in Hertfordshire on 16/07/2009 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 846MB and 76.7MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; police reserves; british empire; national service (uk); royal air force (uk); pioneers (early settlers); immigration; emigration (from uk); second world war (1939-1945); racial segregation; apartheid; afrikaners; employment; social class; clubs; kenya; congo; social stratification; whites; nationalism; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); servants; smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); independence; decolonization; war damage; black african peoples; equal opportunity; employment; military recruitment (rhodesia); military uniform; call ups; military intelligence; communism; arms control; russia; civil defence; law enforcement; national service (rhodesia); conscription; family; war dead; press; press coverage; international relations (rhodesia-uk); interethnic relations; cultural isolation; self reliance (development strategies); elections; monitoring forces; election campaigns; zimbabwe african national union (zanu); hearts and minds; interrogation; loyalty; rhodesian african rifles; standard of living; pensions; socialism; liberalism; customs and traditions (british); emigration (from rhodesia); identity; Rhodesian Oral History Project