Interview with Anne Paget, female, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Northumberland on 10/11/2009 by Annie Berry
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rhodesia; army (rhodesia); south africa; racism; racial discrimination; afrikaners; apartheid; pioneers (early settlers); family; identity; nationality; royalism; community (social values); british; women; employment; womens liberation movement; gender roles; land ownership; racial segregation; curfew; housholds; servants; wages; employment; identification cards; marriage; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; terrorism; torture; violence against the person; insurgency; war casualties; war dead; national service (rhodesia); national service (uk); conscription; loyalty; rhodesian women's service; civil defence; firearms; weapons; tsanga lodge; disabilities; alcoholism; drugs; medical rehabilitation; family disorganization; call ups; psychological trauma; mental health; british south africa police; communism; china; natural resources; medical treatment; ambush; violence; cultural identity (rhodesian); commemorative events; selous scouts; contact (with opposition); interethnic relations; Rhodesian Oral History Project