At the Front

At the Front✤ At the Front Download ➸ Author Jannie Geldenhuys – Tbjewellers.co.uk As Chief of the South African Defence Force from to Geldenhuys brought his experience to bear on the South African Border War, and was part of the negotiating team which brought an end to the confli As Chief of the South African Defence Force fromtoGeldenhuys brought his experience to bear on the South African Border War, and was part of the negotiating team which brought an end to the conflict inIn this completely revised and updated edition of hisaccount, Geldenhuys reflects on a life defined as much by At the PDF/EPUB or a military career spanning than four decades as it was by politics and indeed the need for peace on the African subcontinent pp, SOUTH AFRICA JONATHAN BALL.

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  • Paperback
  • 394 pages
  • At the Front
  • Jannie Geldenhuys
  • English
  • 01 November 2019
  • 9781868423316

8 thoughts on “At the Front

  1. says:

    Many South African mothers’ sons, husbands and brothers spent a significant part of their lives in the old South African Defence Force (SADF). One of their best-loved commanders, a soldiers’ soldier, was Jannie Geldenhuys. He describes the Border War from the perspective of a modest and intelligent professional. His descriptions of the encounters at Cuito Cuanavale ring more true than the subsequent attempts by politicians to rewrite history. He demonstrates that, in warfare, advances and retreats often owe more to the political machinations of great powers than to the military power balance or common humanity. Architects of “wars on terror” can learn a great deal from the South African Border War experience, and particularly from this General’s experiences and insights.

  2. says:

    Very interesting especially as I was briefly involved. Expected more technical details of each operation but was quite satisfied with the informative way it was handled.

  3. says:

    An insider's look at South Africa's involvement in UNITA's War. Gives incite into the thinking in the South African Governments hallowed halls. not a bad read.

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