Interview with Sherri Lynn, female, formerly British South Africa Police.
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Interview undertaken in Cornwall on 04/11/2009 by Annie Berry
Audio file details:
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rhodesia; british south africa police; pioneers (early settlers); huguenots; family; television; christianity; social participation; cinema; radio; popular music; wilson, james harold, baron wilson of rievaulx (1916-1995); military recruitment (rhodesia); women; violence; cultural values; law enforcement; police; military training (rhodesia); travel; nationality; emigration (from rhodesia); crime prevention unit (cpu); crime; firearms; monarchy; unilateral declaration of independence (1965); railways; federation of rhodesia and nyasaland; passports; israel; economic sanctions; poverty; racism; racial discrimination; racial segregation; social stratification; black african peoples; whites; crime reporting; terrorism; nkomo, joshua mqabuko nyongolo (1917-1999); economic and social development; torture; ethnic conflicts; communism; politics; military uniform; parades; military strategy (rhodesia); interethnic relations; occupational status (in rhodesian security forces); wages; equal opportunity; ethnic groups (in rhodesian security forces); african languages; fanagalo; immigration; political protests; riots; explosives; homicide; imprisonment; courts; criminals; roads; dogs; criminal investigation department (cid); rape; sexual abuse; propaganda; farm takeovers; detention; tracking; ammunition; intergroup relations (rhodesian security forces); police reserves; ethics; spirit mediums; international relations (rhodesia-uk); elizabeth ii, alexandra mary, queen, (b 1926); rhodes, cecil john (1853-1902); Rhodesian Oral History Project