IN DIFFERENT TIMES, the war for Southern Africa, 1966-1989, African Military Studies series, volume 2

: van der Waag (I.) & Grundlingh (A.) eds.

R 550.00
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351pp., b/w & colour illus., maps, paperback, Stellenbosch 2019


Contributions include:

"The Namibian/ Angolan Border in the Namibian War for Independence" by Chris Saunders

"Caught in the Crossfire: the Progressive Federal Party and defence politics during the 1980s in South Africa" by Albert Grundlingh

"'Ek het iemand op die grins': the Southern Cross Fund and mobilisation of white South African society" by Anneke van Heerden

"Socialised to Serve: an auto-ethnographical exploration of the making of the (citizen) conscript in South Africa" by Ian Liebenberg

"The Evolution of 32 Battalion: from renegade guerrillas to township troopers" by Will Gordon.

Ian van der Waag is Professor of Military History and Chair of the School for Security and Africa Studies in the Faculty of Military Science, Stellenbosch University. He is the author of Military History of Modern South Africa.

Albert Grundlingh is Emeritus Professor, Stellenbosch University. His books include War and Society: participation and remembrance - South African Black and Coloured troops in the First World War, 1914-1918.