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 Army Sniper charged with murder on the battlefield in new book, SAVING SANDOVAL! Union Of South Africa, South African Air Force, Forced Perspective, Defence Force, African Countries, African History, History Books, Cold War, Armed Forces

Towards Good Order at Sea

South Africa's armed forces invaded Angola in 1975, setting off a war that had consequences for the whole region that are still felt today. A Far-Away War contributes to a wider understanding of this war in Angola and Namibia. The book does not only look at the war from an "old" South African (Defence Force) perspective, but also gives a voice to participants “on the other side” – emphasising the role of the Cubans and Russians.

In honor of Rhodesia's Independence Day, here's some Rhodesian RAR Soldiers in the - OldSchoolCool

Rhodesian soldiers

Jonas Savimbi leader of the UNITA rebels in the Angolan Civil War.

Joanas Savimbi

Jona Savimibi He had the strongest army in Africa and was fighten with Augostino and Roberto Neto against the Portuguese

Jona Savimibi He had the strongest army in Africa and was fighten with Augostino and Roberto Neto against the Portuguese

Activision sued for portraying Angolan rebel as murderous "halfwit"

Jonas Savimbi (August 3, 1934 – February 22, 2002) was an Angolan political and military leader. He founded and led UNITA, a movement that first waged a guerrilla war against Portuguese colonial rule, 1966–1974, then confronted the rival communist MPLA during the decolonization conflict, 1974–75, and after independence in 1975 fought the ruling MPLA in the Angolan Civil War until his death in a clash with government troops in 2002

South Africa’s forgotten Vietnam-style 'dirty war' against Cuban-backed Communists revealed in incredible pics

South Africa’s forgotten 'dirty war' against Cuban-backed Communists revealed in incredible pics

Incredible mages of South Africa’s "dirty war" against Cuban-backed Communists have been released

 the leader of UNITA in Angola until

Jonas Malheiro Savimbi-Lider da UNITA de 1966 a 2002