Interview with Bill Duffey, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Merseyside on 29/09/2009 by Sue Onslow
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
Format: wav and mp3
Size: 843MB and 76.5MB
rhodesia; army (rhodesia); army (uk); military recruitment (rhodesia); rhodesia house, the strand (london, uk); national service (uk); 1st battalion, rhodesian light infantry; cost of living; weather; military training (rhodesia); afrikaners; whites; interethnic relations; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; king’s african rifles; nationalism; riots; social class; racial segregation; racial discrimination; sport; federal army; independence; family disorganization; congo; torture; firearms; international relations (rhodesia-uk); loyalty; national service (rhodesia); rhodesia regiment; cultural identity (rhodesian); economic sanctions; call ups; guard force; racism; internal affairs; protected villages; passports; press coverage; politics; emigration (from rhodesia); monitoring forces; personal names; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); political corruption; houses; pensions; clubs; Rhodesian Oral History Project