Interview with Geraint Jones, male, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Bristol on 29/06/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
Media: hard drive and CD
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rhodesia; british south africa police; family; chidhood; liberalism; military recruitment (rhodesia); education; boarding schools; south africa; apartheid; excitement; cultural values; cultural identity (rhodesian); independence; uganda; british empire; colonialism; patriotism; propaganda; radio; paternalism; racial segregation; racial discrimination; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); discipline; oppression; economic and social development; northern rhodesia; zambia; uk; wilson, james harold, baron wilson of rievaulx (1916-1995); hms tiger; hms fearless; progressive federal party; customs and traditions (british); identity; military training (rhodesia); alcoholism; social participation; ethics; morale; national service (rhodesia); emigration (from rhodesia); call ups; censorship; military theory; redbricks; psychological operations; customs and traditions (african); racism; spirit mediums; pseudo operations; shona; homicide; crime reporting; torture; police anti-terrorist unit (patu); fear; revenge; terrorism; civilian war deaths; war dead; special branch; afghanistan; tribal trust land; poetry; rural areas; nationalism; savory, (clifford) allan redin (b 1935); communism; monitoring forces; security force auxiliaries; political intimidation; election campaigns; side switching; humour; psychological trauma; mental health; coup; riots; political corruption; dead bodies; war graves; chimurenga songs; Rhodesian Oral History Project