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ᘆ (Anglais) Download ৹ Battle for Angola: The End of the Cold War in Africa c 1975-89 ᚥ By Al J Venter ᛂ

ᘆ (Anglais) Download ৹ Battle for Angola: The End of the Cold War in Africa c 1975-89  ᚥ By Al J Venter ᛂ ᘆ (Anglais) Download ৹ Battle for Angola: The End of the Cold War in Africa c 1975-89 ᚥ By Al J Venter ᛂ Breaks down the complex political and military situations in to language which the Common Man on the Clapham Omnibus can understand Without a doubt this will be the leading reference on the proxy cold wars fought in Africa and will be a best seller 5 stars ARRSE Army Rumour Service War, famine, terrorism etc., have ravaged most of the countries of central and southern Africa and this book, about the 1970s 1980s, describes a conflict that brings a feeling of dismay and sadness as the people of Angola fall into the misery and self destruction of a civil war Books MonthlySomething of a tour de force.a must read for those interested in this period Miniature Wargamesbr Battle for Angola The end of the Cold War in Africa c1975 1989 is an insightful read, especially for someone looking for a broad view of the Angolan theatre of war for the period mentioned The text is elucidated with a number of excellent photographs, spanning the whole period reported on The broad glossary makes it easier for those not familiar with the necessary military or political terms while the comprehensive index makes it useful for those interested in further research on the topic covered Insight on AfricaFollowing the publication of Al Venter s successful Portugal s Guerrilla Wars in Africa shortlisted by the New York Military Affairs Symposium s Arthur Goodzeit Book Award for 2013 his Battle for Angola delves still further into the troubled history of this former Portuguese African colony This is a completely fresh work running to almost 600 pages including 32 pages of colour photos, with the main thrust on events before and after the civil war that followed Lisbon s over hasty departure back to the metropole There are also several sections that detail the role of South African mercenaries in defeating the rebel leader Dr Jonas Savimbi considered by some as the most accomplished guerrilla leader to emerge in Africa in the past century There are many chapters that deal with Pretoria s reaction to the deteriorating political and military situation in Angola, the role of the Soviets and mercenaries in the political transition, as well as the civil war that followed With the assistance of several notable military authorities he elaborates in considerable detail on South Africa s 23 year Border War, from the first guerrilla incursions to the last In this regard he received solid help from the former the head of 4 Reconnaissance Regiment, Colonel Douw Steyn, who details several cross border Recce strikes, including the sinking by frogmen of two Soviet ships and a Cuban freighter in an Angolan deepwater port Throughout, the author was helped by a variety of notable authorities, including the French historian Dr Rene Pelissier and the American academic and former naval aviator Dr John Jack Cann With their assistance, he covers several ancillary uprisings and invasions, including the Herero revolt of the early 20th century the equally troubled Ovambo insurrection, as well as the invasion of Angola by the Imperial German Army in the First World War Former deputy head of the South African Army Major General Roland de Vries played a seminal role It was he dubbed South Africa s Rommel by his fellow commanders who successfully nurtured the concept of mobile warfare where, in a succession of armoured onslaughts thin skinned Ratel Infantry Fighting Vehicles tackled Soviet main battle tanks and thrashed them There is a major section on South African Airborne the Parabats by Brigadier General McGill Alexander, one of the architects of that kind of warfare under Third World conditions Finally, the role of Cuban Revolutionary Army receives the attention it deserves officially there were almost 50,000 Cuban troops deployed in the Angolan war, though subsequent disclosures in Havana suggest that the final total was much higher. 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    • Battle for Angola: The End of the Cold War in Africa c 1975-89
    • 3.1
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    • (Anglais)
    • 1911096419
    • Al J Venter
    • Anglais
    • 20 August 2017

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