Interview with Peter Dewe, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in London on 13/10/2008 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 1.17GB and 109MB
rhodesia; british south africa police; rhodesian front (rf); capricorn society; sport; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); parades; prosecution services; courts; crime; insurgency; guerilla warfare; police anti-terrorist unit (patu); botswana; boundaries; external operations; military intelligence; land mines; ground coverage; special branch; military recruitment (nationalist); south african police; pseudo operations; side switching; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); violence against the person; torture; civilian war deaths; china; communism; humour; ballistics; dead bodies; joint operations command (joc); interrogation; selous scouts; personal names; aerial reconnaissance; combined operations headquarters; rhodesian air force; c squadron, rhodesian special air service regiment (sas); politics; zambia; mozambique; propaganda; china; russia; cuba; nationalism; military tactics; military logistics; military strategy (nationalist); press coverage; mugabe, robert gabriel (b 1924); flower, ken (?-1987); smith, ian douglas (1919-2007); protected villages; farming; internal affairs; helicopters; economic sanctions; self reliance (development strategies); spirit mediums; churches (rhodesia); christianity; missionaries; deportation; call ups; family; thatcher, margaret hilda (b 1925); carrington, peter alexander rupert (b 1919); ceasefire; zimbabwe african national union (zanu); election campaigns; coup; stannard, dan; espionage; british; identity; family disorganization; resources (military); cultural identity (rhodesian); racial discrimination; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); afrikaners; Rhodesian Oral History Project