Epub Cameron Blake ¸ Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South ¸

troepie kindle snapshots: book pictorial epub recollection free south free african book border kindle Troepie Snapshots: book A Pictorial ebok A Pictorial Recollection of epub Snapshots: A Pictorial ebok Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of pdf Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South African Border War eBookThis pictorial is a compilation of images obtained by the author while working on his first book an oral history of pre 1994 South African Defence Force national service It was illegal to take photos; however there were inevitably those conscripts who ignored the rules aiming their cheap disposable cameras at whatever they could but usually among comrades or when it was considered safe to do so Inevitably certain images are poor in uality often blurred and off centre But that is the reality hastily taken amateur snapshots Even so many are remarkably clear serving to illustrate a period when over 600000 white South African males between 1951 and 1993 were ordered to join the South African Defence Force for service mainly 'on the border' or the 'Operational Area' South West Africa Namibia and Angola It is of note that all the photos apart from Operation Protea were taken by non professional soldiers; young men some would call boys Some patriotically embraced their call ups as an opportunity to serve their country while most stoically accepted their unsought for lot the law and a war to protect South Africa from the spread of communism the Red Tide.

Epub Cameron Blake ¸ Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South ¸

[Download] ➸ Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South African Border War By Cameron Blake – Sro-spb.pro This pictorial is a compilation of images obtained by the author while working on his first book an oral history of pre 1994 South African Defence Force national service It was illegal to take photos;This pictorial is a compilation of images obtained by the author while working on his first book an oral history of pre 1994 South African Defence Force national service It was illegal to take photos; however there were inevitably those conscripts who ignored the rules aiming their cheap disposable cameras at whatever they could but usually among comrades or when it was considered safe to do so Inevitably certain images are poor in uality often blurred and off centre But that is the reality hastily taken amateur snapshots Even so many are remarkably clear serving to illustrate a period when over 600000 white South African males between 1951 and 1993 were ordered to join the South African Defence Force for service mainly 'on the border' or the 'Operational Area' South West Africa Namibia and Angola It is of note that all the photos apart from Operation Protea were taken by non professional soldiers; young men some would call boys Some patriotically embraced their call ups as an opportunity to serve their country while most stoically accepted their unsought for lot the law and a war to protect South Africa from the spread of communism the Red Tide.

This pictorial is a compilation of images obtained by the author while working on his first book an oral history of pre 1994 South African Defence Force national service It was illegal to take photos; however there were inevitably those conscripts who ignored the rules aiming their cheap disposable cameras at whatever they could but usually among comrades or when it was considered safe to do so Inevitably certain images are poor in uality often blurred and off centre But that is the reality hastily taken amateur snapshots Even so many are remarkably clear serving to illustrate a period when over 600000 white South African males between 1951 and 1993 were ordered to join the South African Defence Force for service mainly 'on the border' or the 'Operational Area' South West Africa Namibia and Angola It is of note that all the photos apart from Operation Protea were taken by non professional soldiers; young men some would call boys Some patriotically embraced their call ups as an opportunity to serve their country while most stoically accepted their unsought for lot the law and a war to protect South Africa from the spread of communism the Red Tide.

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  1. E. Nel E. Nel says:

    Epub Cameron Blake ¸ Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South ¸ troepie kindle, snapshots: book, pictorial epub, recollection free, south free, african book, border kindle, Troepie Snapshots: book, A Pictorial ebok, A Pictorial Recollection of epub, Snapshots: A Pictorial ebok, Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of pdf, Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South African Border War eBookThis book is not at all a comprehensive pictorial of the border war and probably not meant to be that at all It creates a totally skewed view of the border war because of the limited contributors of snapshots There were few if any pictures of where the war mainly took place in sector 10 Namibia and southern Angola I realise the book is a collection o


  2. PAUL G MAESTAS PAUL G MAESTAS says:

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  3. Glen Stander Glen Stander says:

    Epub Cameron Blake ¸ Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South ¸ troepie kindle, snapshots: book, pictorial epub, recollection free, south free, african book, border kindle, Troepie Snapshots: book, A Pictorial ebok, A Pictorial Recollection of epub, Snapshots: A Pictorial ebok, Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of pdf, Troepie Snapshots: A Pictorial Recollection of the South African Border War eBookA great book very well put together brought back many memories I served for 2 years from age 18 in 1982 83 in SADF 1SAI and 4SAI mechanised infantry and was in Namibia and southern Angola on operations in May 1983 it was like being there again we were all so young it seems an age ago but it never goes away


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