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This is the extraordinary true story of how a British SAS-trained explosives expert plotted to kill Robert Mugabe in London and was stopped only hours before carrying out his death mission. The assassin, known only by his code name "Taffy" tells first hand of his SAS training and special operations in Malaya, Borneo, Cambodia, Kenya and Europe and his six years as head of the Rhodesian Central Intelligence Operation's covert team in Zambia, where, in 1975, they did assassinate the ZANU chairman Herbert Chitepo. In September 1979, he travelled to London with orders to kill Mugabe at the Lancaster House constitutional talks, by detonating a bomb in the foyer of the Royal Gardens Hotel, Kensington. The operation, codenamed November, was at trigger stage when it was called off. Unbeknown to him, British security had been tipped off, but the informer thought he was a Rhodesian SAS operator and not an ex-member of British SAS, so he was never caught.
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Book Description Galago Publishing Pty Ltd, 1987. Softcover. Condition: Good. wraps are shelf rubbed,mild tanning.well bound.[J.K]. Seller Inventory # 37io
Book Description Galago Publishing Pty Ltd, 1987. Softcover. Condition: Good. 354 pages (complete). Wraps a bit edge worn, a bit scarring, marked. Mild tanning, foxing, minor markings. However, it is still in good condition, tightly bound and intact. Reprint. MK. Seller Inventory # 58jq
Book Description Galago Publishing Pty Ltd, 1987. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Seller Inventory # P020947020268