A Military History of South Africa: From the Dutch-Khoi Wars by Timothy J. Stapleton

By Timothy J. Stapleton

This paintings deals the 1st one-volume complete army heritage of contemporary South Africa.

• A entire chronology overviews South African army heritage with specific emphasis at the final 2 hundred years

• Maps are integrated with each one chapter

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