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A companion to 'Dead End at Buffalo' corner, this memoire gives a unique view of everyday life and police work in Uganda in the 1950s and early 1960s. Newly graduated from the Police College in Hendon (and newly married) with no first-hand experience of Africa or Colonial life, Jock Macdonald was seconded to the Ugandan Police Force in 1956. Macdonald's detailed recollections of how he and his wife Eileen adapt to life - and crime - in the protectorate of Uganda brings both the country and its people vividly to life. Memoires of a Colonial Cop: Criminal Shorts: Memories of Policing in the Uganda Protectorate (Paperback)
Memoires of a Colonial Cop
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D J MacDonald
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9.02 x 5.98 x 0.80 Inches
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