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Striking inside Angola with 32 Battalion

A dry but rich account of time spent with the famous 32 Battalion. Marius Scheepers was a national service signals officer (9C)...

BOOK REVIEW: Assegais, Drums and Dragoons

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Well-known military writer Willem Steenkamp's latest book, Assegais, Drums and Dragoons, A Military and Social History of the Cape 1510-1806 is a...

The IF Man

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Author Chris Ash asserts Victorian poet Rudyard Kipling wrote his signature poem, If, with Leander Starr Jameson, a man who feared nothing...

Shadow Commander

Shadow Commander follows in the wake of author Mike Guardia's first book, American Guerrilla, reviewed elsewhere on defenceWeb. Researching the former unearthed...

Book review: Operation Dingo

Co-issued with a British publisher, "Operation Dingo" is the first of the "[email protected]" series of which four titles have now been released:...

Book review: Selous Scouts

"Selous Scouts" is the fourth in a new series on African conflict, "[email protected]" and unlike the other three volumes in the series...

Book review: Hitler’s First War

From his earliest day in politics and literally to his last, Adolf Hitler never tired of talking about his experiences as a...

Book review: Hitler’s First War

From his earliest day in politics and literally to his last, Adolf Hitler never tired of talking about his experiences as a...

Book review: SuperFreakonomics

In SuperFreakonomics authors Steven D Levitt and Stephen J Dubner again take an unconventional view of the everyday. Indeed, the book is...

Book review: D-Day, the Battle for Normandy

Anthony Beevor published his D-Day, the Battle for Normandy, in 2009, adding another popular work to an ever-growing literature on the subject....

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...