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James and the Duck Tales of the Rhodesian Bush War 1964

A very different tongue in cheek personal account about a forgottenwar Between 1964 and 1980 Rhodesian men from all walks of life lefttheir families and jobs to fight for their country They were farmersbankers railwaymen shopkeepers miners and even Members ofParliament who every six weeks changed their soft civilian life forbattle dress rifles and grenadesThese are their storiesIt's not really about war heroes It'sabout bluestone chargedbut still lustful troops coping with fighting terrorists boredomlonging fear and death All this set against the background ofAfrica's sweltering heat annoying insects dangerous animals andvenomous snakes Definitely not for the faint heartedThe reader will meet a long suffering prisoner of war infantrysoldiers helicopter gunship pilots tribesmen pompous army officersmercenaries and even a duckSome of the personal incidents will have you laughing and crying at the same timeNo matter how you view the Rhodesian Bush War you will enjoy thehumour and at times satire and even sadness of this true account of howmen coped with the horrors and hardships of warA very different tongue in cheek personal account about a forgottenwar Between 1964 and 1980 Rhodesian men from all walks of life lefttheir families and jobs to fight for their country They were farmersbankers railwaymen shopkeepers miners and even Members ofParliament who every six weeks changed their soft civilian life forbattle dress rifles and grenadesThese are their storiesIt's not really about war heroes It'sabout bluestone chargedbut still lustful troops coping with fighting terrorists boredomlonging fear and death All this set against the background ofAfrica's sweltering heat annoying insects dangerous animals andvenomous snakes Definitely not for the faint heartedThe reader will meet a long suffering prisoner of war infantrysoldiers helicopter gunship pilots tribesmen pompous army officersmercenaries and even a duckSome of the personal incidents will have you laughing and crying at the same timeNo matter how you view the Rhodesian Bush War you will enjoy thehumour and at times satire and even sadness of this true account of howmen coped with the horrors and hardships of warA very different tongue in cheek personal account about a forgottenwar Between 1964 and 1980 Rhodesian men from all walks of life lefttheir families and jobs to fight for their country They were farmersbankers railwaymen shopkeepers miners and even Members ofParliament who every six weeks changed their soft civilian life forbattle dress rifles and grenadesThese are their storiesIt's not really about war heroes It'sabout bluestone chargedbut still lustful troops coping with fighting terrorists boredomlonging fear and death All this set against the background ofAfrica's sweltering heat annoying insects dangerous animals andvenomous snakes Definitely not for the faint heartedThe reader will meet a long suffering prisoner of war infantrysoldiers helicopter gunship pilots tribesmen pompous army officersmercenaries and even a duckSome of the personal incidents will have you laughing and crying at the same timeNo matter how you view the Rhodesian Bush War you will enjoy thehumour and at times satire and even sadness of this true account of howmen coped with the horrors and hardships of war


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