By Hilton Hamann
Based on interviews with the previous generals of the South African Defence strength, Days of the Generals addresses those and plenty of different interesting questions. The booklet appears to be like intimately at South Africa’s intervention in Angola, Namibia and Mozambique. It examines the armed fight of the ANC and the state’s struggle opposed to the liberation events. It investigates chemical and organic war, the ‘third strength’ and different top-secret issues.
For the 1st time, the generals – Magnus Malan, Constand Viljoen, Jannie Geldenhuys, Georg Meiring, Hein du Toit and Chris Thirion – have unfolded and given their account of occasions in southern Africa from the Nineteen Seventies to the current. Theirs is an explosive tale, giving behind-the-scenes information regarding covert operations, mystery conferences, strategic alliances and full-scale struggle. this is often crucial examining for a person attracted to southern African politics and armed forces history.
The writer, Hilton Hamann, entered the South African Defence strength as a conscript in 1975, and used to be stationed in Angola. He for this reason grew to become the Sunday Times’s army correspondent and wrote for a couple of famous foreign magazines and newspapers, similar to Soldier of Fortune. during this function he travelled generally with the SADF, frequently accompanying them into conflict. He presently runs a information syndication company.
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