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Paratus

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105071746049
Genre : Military art and science
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Category: Military art and science

Nieuwsblad Voor Den Boekhandel

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ISBN : HARVARD:HXP6BR
Genre : Bibliography
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With 1855-1927 are issued and bound: Handelingen van de algemeene vergadering.
Category: Bibliography

Spoorvat

Author : Samestellers: Leti Kleyn & Riana Scheepers
ISBN : 9780799356915
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Riana Scheepers en Leti Kleyn het skrywers gevra om hul kinder- of jeugervarings te woord te stel. Daar was geen beperkings of voorskrifte nie, maar slegs gepubliseerde skrywers is om bydraes gevra.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Military History Of Modern South Africa

Author : Ian van der Waag
ISBN : 9781612005836
Genre : History
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The story of a century of conflict and change—from the Second Boer War to the anti-apartheid movement and the many battles in between. Twentieth-century South Africa saw continuous, often rapid, and fundamental socioeconomic and political change. The century started with a brief but total war. Less than ten years later, Britain brought the conquered Boer republics and the Cape and Natal colonies together into the Union of South Africa. The Union Defence Force, later the SADF, was deployed during most of the major wars of the century, as well as a number of internal and regional struggles: the two world wars, Korea, uprising and rebellion on the part of Afrikaner and black nationalists, and industrial unrest. The century ended as it started, with another war. This was a flash point of the Cold War, which embraced more than just the subcontinent and lasted a long thirty years. The outcome included the final withdrawal of foreign troops from southern Africa, the withdrawal of South African forces from Angola and Namibia, and the transfer of political power away from a white elite to a broad-based democracy. This book is the first study of the South African armed forces as an institution and of the complex roles that these forces played in the wars, rebellions, uprisings, and protests of the period. It deals in the first instance with the evolution of South African defense policy, the development of the armed forces, and the people who served in and commanded them. It also places the narrative within the broader national past, to produce a fascinating study of a century in which South Africa was uniquely embroiled in three total wars.
Category: History