British general sizing up zimbabwe on need for aid

The chief of Britain's general staff, Gen. Sir Edwin Bramall, began a tour of Zimbabwe which informed sources said was to assess the country's needs for future British military assistance. General Bramall is visiting units of a British military training team, which has been here since the colony of Rhodesia became independent Zimbabwe 15 months ago, and will meet Prime Minister Robert Mugabe and his military advisers. The general's visit was to see how his men are performing in helping to integrate former guerrillas and Rhodesian security forces, and to hear Zimbabwe's views on future requ irements.

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