Interview with Mike Wood, male, formerly Rhodesian Army.
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Interview undertaken in Devon on 09/10/2009 by Annie Berry
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rhodesia; missionaries; education; customs and traditions (british); rhodesian staff corps; gender roles; african languages; apartheid; racial segregation; south africa; immigration; federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; monarchy; george vi, albert frederick arthur, king, (1895-1952); kennedy, sir john noble, major-general (1893-1970); elizabeth ii, alexandra mary, queen, (b 1926); margaret, rose, princess (1930-2002); 1st battalion, northern rhodesia regiment; zambian army; zambia; kaunda, kenneth david (b 1924); equal opportunity; elections; army (britain); blunt, bobby; politics; call ups; family; south african army; dauncey, john; chinyanja; mubisha, alice (lenshina) mulenga (1920-1978); protected villages; military intelligence; war casualties; whites; farming; emigration (from rhodesia); social participation; british empire; Rhodesian Oral History Project