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The Rhodesia Regiment. From Boer War to Bush War 1899-1980

The Rhodesia Regiment. From Boer War to Bush War 1899-1980

Formed in 1899, the Rhodesia Regiment fought for British interests in the Boer War and, in the end, for their own country during the Bush War until 1980.
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Book title: The Rhodesia Regiment
Subtitle: From Boer War to Bush War 1899-1980
Author: Alexandre Binda
Type: War memoires
Publisher: Galago
2nd edition. Cape Town, South Africa 2013
ISBN 9781919854526 / ISBN 978-1-919854-52-6
Softcover, 17x24 cm, 424 pages, many b/w and colour photos, maps, English text

Desription:

Formed in 1899, the Rhodesia Regiment fought for British interests in the Boer War and in German South West Africa, in German East Africa against the undefeated German Schutztruppe under the command of famous General Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck, the Western Front in Europe and finally in the Salonica campaign during the First World War of 1914-1918, then in Second World War on all fronts on land, sea and in the air. During the 1960s until 1980, abandoned by their friends and former allies, they fought invading insurgent communists guerrillas losing more than 300 men during the course of the war. This time they fought for the survival of their homeland Rhodesia, without the benefit of allies until Great Britain forced a handover of the country to ZANU-PF terrorists led by Robert Mugabe who has since brought the country to a state of ruin and terror. The Rhodesia Regiment: From Boer War to Bush War 1899-1980, Alexandre Binda's third book, tells their regimental history.

Content: The Rhodesia Regiment. From Boer War to Bush War 1899-1980

Acknowledgments
Picture credits
In-text maps and plans
Photographs
Glossary
Foreword
Changes of place names
Southern Rhodesia: the early years: 1890-1913
World War I, 1914-1918
Responsible self-government: Reestablishment of The Regiment
Between World Wars 1931-1938
World War II: 1939-1945
Campaign in British Somaliland: 1939-1940
Campaign in East Africa 1940-1941
The Middle East: First Libyan campaign
Operation Crusader: November-December: November-December 1941
Gazala Line: January-June 1942
Alamein Line: June-October 1942: June-October 1942
Mareth Line: February-May 1943
Long Range Desert Group: in the Dodecanese Italian campaign
War in the air: 1939-1945
Post war Southern Rhodesia: 1946-1953
The Federal Defence Force
Nyasaland emergency: 1959
Southern Rhodesia: Rise of African Nationalism: urban unrest and riots 1959-1960
Crisis in the Congo 1960
Southern Rhodesia 1961-1963
The Royal Rhodesia Regiment's Battalions: 1961-1963
Break-up of the Federation
Southern Rhodesia: 1964
Northern Rhodesia: Lumpa uprising: June-October 1964
ZANU's murderous 'crocodile gang'
S Rhodesia: Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI), 11 November 1965
The Royal Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1966-1970
Terrorist incursions 1966-1970
Settlement negotiations, 1971-1973
The Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1971-1973
Rhodesian Armoured Car Regiment, 1970s
The Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1974-1975
The Independent Companies, 1974-1975
Tempo of war increases: 1976
The Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1976
The Independent Companies, 1976
The Rhodesia Regiment, Battalions, 1977
The Independent Companies, 1977
The Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1978
The Independent Companies, 1978
Security Force Auxiliaries (SFA)
The Rhodesia Regiment Battalions, 1979
The Independent Companies, 1979
The Rhodesia Regiment, 1980
The Rhodesian Armoured Car Regiment, 1980-1981
Women's Voluntary Service (WVS)
Bibliography
Notes
Index
Roll of Honour: The Rhodesia Regiment: Bush War, 1966-1980
Honours and Awards: The Rhodesia Regiment: Bush War 1966-1980
Roll of Honour: Rhodesian volunteers serving in RAF/SAAF, 1939-1945
Roll of Honour: Rhodesians attached to British/SA military units, 1939-1945


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