SAS Action in Africa, Terrorists, Poachers & Civil War, C Squadron Operations: 1968-1980

The SAS are a premier Special Forces Organisation and the nature of their role results in very little coverage in print. This new book, by a 2IC of C Squadron is a fast paced exposure of SAS operations in Africa in the late 1950s through to 1980. – Most Highly Recommended.

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NAME: SAS Action in Africa, Terrorists, Poachers & Civil War, C Squadron 
Operations: 1968-1980 
FILE: R3035
AUTHOR: Michael Graham
PUBLISHER: Pen & Sword
BINDING: hard back
PRICE: £19.99                                                                
GENRE: Non Fiction
SUBJECT: SAS, covert operations, Special Forces, Africa, Civil War, Poachers, 
Terrorists, C Squadron SAS, Zambia, Southern Rhodesia, Angola, Mozambique, 
ZANU, Frelimo, Op DINGO, China, Soviet Union

ISBN: 1-52676-084-3

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PAGES: 199
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DESCRIPTION: The SAS are a premier Special Forces Organisation and the nature 
of their role results in very little coverage in print. This new book, by a 2IC of C 
Squadron is a fast paced exposure of SAS operations in Africa in the late 1950s 
through to 1980. – Most Highly Recommended.

The author is very well placed to shed rare light on SAS operations. The period 
covered is an inside story that will be eagerly read, following on from the best seller 
“Secret SAS Missions in Africa”. This is a turbulent part of post colonial Africa as 
China and the Soviet Union attempted to dominated that part of the world. The SAS 
was remarkably successful in fighting this attempt at domination.

The subject and style of this book makes for a thrilling read to equal the most active 
novel, yet its all true, the real life story of a slice of SAS history. Much of the story is 
about the surrogate wars fought at this time in Africa, but also includes coverage of 
the anti-poaching activities of the SAS.

There is an excellent photo-plate section in support of the very descriptive text. The 
author is well placed to write this authoritative story.