Interview with James Ley, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Kent on 06/08/2009 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD.
Format: wav and mp3.
Size: 0.98GB and 91.1MB.
rhodesia; army (rhodesia); tanzania; pioneers (early settlers); boarding schools; monarchy; british; customs and traditions (british); heritage; servants; black african peoples; military recruitment (rhodesia); rhodesia and nyasaland corps of signals; rhodesian corps of signals; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); international relations (rhodesia-uk); resignation (from rhodesian security forces); equal opportunity; standard of living; national defence; insurgency; operation nickel; fear; whites; congo; nationalism; side switching; selous scouts; military communications; c squadron, rhodesian special air service regiment (sas); malayan emergency (1948-1960); interrogation; military intelligence; prisoners of war; funerals; dead bodies; south african army; african national congress (anc); intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); british south africa police; equipment (military); school of signals; reid-daly, (ron) ronald francis, lieutenant colonel (b 1926); borlace, michael; nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); homicide; military logistics; explosives; racial discrimination; households; black african peoples; customs and traditions (african); radio; press coverage; propaganda; censorship; wages; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); hms tiger; fear; violence against the person; election campaigns; mozambique; frente de libertacao de mocambique (frelimo); resistencia nacional mocambicana (renamo); social stratification; cultural identity (rhodesian); cultural values; communism; china; emigration (from rhodesia); call ups; loyalty; employment; ceasefire; security force auxiliaries; coup; espionage; military awards; evolution; political corruption; oppression; mugabe, robert gabriel (b 1924); war crimes; Rhodesian Oral History Project