Interview with Derek Addison, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Worcestershire on 24/07/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 989MB and 89.7MB
rhodesia; army (rhodesia); education; interethnic relations; kaunda, kenneth david (b 1924); television; northern rhodesia; zambia; monarchy; immigration; national service (rhodesia); 1st battalion, rhodesian light infantry; voluntary work; excitement; internal affairs; armoured cars; rhodesian air force; military recruitment (rhodesia); territorial army (rhodesia); communism; mozambique; machel, samora (1933-1986); tanzania; zimbabwe african national union (zanu); zimbabwe african people’s union (zapu); ethnic conflicts; popular music; travel; independence; emigration (from rhodesia); international trade; natural resources; customs and traditions (african); abduction; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); call ups; contact (with opposition); fire force; military aircraft; tracking; guerilla warfare; child soldiers; military strategy; military tactics; civilian defence; protected villages; cold war; socialism; nationalism; communism; call ups; assembly points; monitoring forces; ceasefire; weather; british empire; war dead; Rhodesian Oral History Project