Interview with Joyce O’Toole, female, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Devon on 19/11/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
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Size: 950MB and 86.1MB
rhodesia; army (rhodesia); family; travel; emigration (from uk); uk; afrikaners; second world war (1939-1945); patriotism; british empire; education; cultural values; childhood; nationality; customs and traditions (british); gender roles; mental health; psychiatry; drugs; racial segregation; social welfare; crime; imprisonment; prisons; chikurubi prison, rhodesia; death penalty; medical treatment; servants; households; south africa; apartheid; zimbabwe african national liberation army (zanla); zimbabwe people’s revolutionary army (zipra); china; russia; women; military recruitment (rhodesia); insurgency; rhodesian women's service; mozambique; wages; resources (military); military training (rhodesia); israel; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); war dead; morale; congo; voluntary work; mau mau; communism; military theory; guerilla warfare; terrorism; tongogara, josiah magama (1938-1979); press coverage; parker, david (colonel); african languages; chilapalapa; customs and traditions (african); spirit mediums; law enforcement; chimurenga; nyakasikana, (mbuyu) nehanda charwe (1840-1898); economic sanctions; botha, (pik) roelof frederik (b 1932); ethnic conflicts; matabele; shona; 5 brigade, zimbabwe national army; weapons; protected villages; army (uk); civil defence; cultural identity (rhodesian); nhongo, rex; zimbabwe national army; independence (of zimbabwe); political corruption; nguruve, wiridzayi; emigraton (from Rhodesia); thatcher, margaret hilda (b 1925); independence; international relations (rhodesia-uk); interethnic relations; Rhodesian Oral History Project