Interview with John Redfern

Redfern, J. L. and Onslow, S. (2008) Interview with John Redfern. [Artefact] Available from:
Creators:Redfern, J. L. and Onslow, S.
Abstract/Description:Interview with John Redfern, male, formerly Rhodesian Army. Internal users can download an approved interview transcript 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 or if you require access to the audio recording.
Item Type:Artefact
Additional Information:Interview undertaken in Pretoria, South Africa on 14/07/2008 by Sue Onslow Audio file details: Media: hard drive and CD. Format: wav and mp3. Length: 01:17:16. Size: 780MB and 70.7MB.
Uncontrolled Keywords:rhodesia; army (rhodesia); federal army; rhodesian african rifles; sandhurst, uk; british empire; identity; law enforcement; nationalism; independence; elections; cold war; communism; politics; rhodesian front (rf); immigration; social class; servants; liberalism; racism; cultural values; military tradition; ethnic conflicts; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); equal opportunity; racial driscrimination; cultural identity (rhodesian); loyalty; patriotism; detention; political protests; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); angola; propaganda; press coverage; radio; south africa; military intelligence; suicide; external operations; central intelligence organisation (cio); military communications; military tactics; military logistics; military strategy (rhodesia); military strategy (nationalist); malayan emergency (1948-1960); operation nickel; ammunition; war dead; kenya; pseudo operations; morale; military recruitment (nationalist); national defence; military training (nationalist); guerilla warfare; prisoners of war; protected villages; muzorewa, abel tendekayi (b 1925); nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); mozambique; zambia; election campaigns; soames, arthur christopher john, baron (1920-1987); resignation (from rhodesian security forces); whites; colonialism; zimbabwe; Rhodesian Oral History Project
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education
Year of publication, submission, or completion:14 July 2008
Funders (or N/A if none):AHRC
Projects:Rhodesian Forces Oral History Project
ID Code:13656
Deposited By: A. Berry
Deposited On:26 Nov 2010 15:16
Last Modified:23 Dec 2016 19:55