Tuesday, December 17, 2013

New military history research: The Zimbabwe War of Liberation, South African military history and naval history

From the Small Wars Journal, an article on Zimbabwe’s War of Liberation and the use of propaganda and violence in that conflict


From the Scientia Militaria, a variety of military history articles with these three notable ones:

An article discussing the merits of some books on the South African Border War of 1966 to 1990

An article on the South African War, 1899-1902, and the use of black auxiliaries in that conflict

ca. 1899 - Remains of the armoured train ambushed by General Louis Botha's Commando near the Blaauw Kranz River, Natal, on 15 November 1899. The grave of four members of the Border Regiment killed in the attack can be seen in the left middle distance.

An article on the SAS Drackensburg, its construction, use, and its role in presenting South African naval capabilities to the world

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