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Rhodesian Light Infantryman 1961-80 #177 Osprey Warrior, Neil Grant
1 Rhodesian Light Infantryman 1961-80 #177 Osprey Warrior
Neil Grant UK Osprey Publishing 2015 1472809629 / 9781472809629 Soft cover New Book 24.8 x 18.4 x 0.7 cm Peter Dennis 
The 1st Battalion, The Rhodesian Light Infantry, was one of the most innovative and successful counter-insurgency units in modern history. Formed as a commando battalion in 1964 after the dissolution of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, the RLI was an all-white unit made up of South Africans and men from the UK, Europe and US. It was a key weapon in independent Rhodesia's struggle against the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army and Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army during the bloody Rhodesian Bush War. This comprehensive study explores the unit's dramatic history, revealing the RLI's fearsome airborne and combat capacity, which gave the unit, at times, near total tactical superiority against its opponents. 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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Tobruk [used book], Peter Fitzsimons
2 Tobruk [used book]
Peter Fitzsimons Australia Harper Collins 2006 0732276454 / 9780732276454 Hardcover Good Good Book Royal 
"Tobruk" narrates the taking of Tobruk as part of a general thrust in North Africa by Allied forces. A panicked Winston Churchill wrote: "Tobruk seems to be the place to be held to the death without thought of retirement...nothing must hamper the capture of Tobruk". In the dark heart of World War II, when Hitler turned his attentions to conquering North Africa, a distracted and far-flung Allied force could not give its all to the defence of the key city of Tobruk in Libya. So the job was left to the roughest, toughest bunch they could muster. "Tobruk" is the story of an incredible battle in excruciating desert heat through nine long months, against the might of Adolf Hitler's formidable Afrika Korps. This force's defence of Tobruk against the Afrika Korps' armoured division is one of the great battles of all time, yet rarely talked about. Drawing on extensive source material - including diaries and letters, some never published before - this extraordinary book is the definitive account of this remarkable battle. While Peter Fitzsimons is a celebrated historian, his popularity stems from his fantastic storytelling. "Tobruk" is written in a narrative style, putting the reader next to men such as General Leslie Morshead as he decides the fate of his men, next to men such as Jack Harris, as he stands in the blood of an injured mate. While detailed and well researched, "Tobruk" reads like a novel. 
Price: 12.00 AUD
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The 36th Australian Infantry Battalion: St. George's English Rifle Regiment, Ike's Marines [used book][out of print][rare], Stan Brigg and Les Brigg
3 The 36th Australian Infantry Battalion: St. George's English Rifle Regiment, Ike's Marines [used book][out of print][rare]
Stan Brigg and Les Brigg Australia 36th Battalion Association 1967 1st Edition Hardcover Good Fair Book 22.0 x 14.3 x 2.3 cm 
The 36th Battalion Association Sydney 1967 1st edition., 1967. Hard cover dust wrapper 210pp b&w plates and maps. Dw has several small tears on front. A bit of wear on edges, corners lightly bumped otherwise good. Includes roll of honour and list of those wounded in action. Covers the Battalion's activities in New Guinea and New Britain. 
Price: 150.00 AUD
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