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Covers the history of helicopter use throughout Africa, from the war in Rhodesia (1962-80) to the last days of Somalia.
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Al J. Venter has been an international war correspondent for nearly thirty years, primarily for the Jane’s Information Group. He has also produced documentary television films on subjects from the wars in Africa and Afghanistan to sharkhunting off the Cape of Good Hope. Among his previous works are The Iraqi War Debrief: Why Saddam Hussein Was Toppled and Iran’s Nuclear Option: Tehran’s Quest for the Atomic Bomb. A native of South Africa, he is currently resident in the United Kingdom.Review:
A great work with many unpublished photographs.It is a complete account of the facts, which is difficult to find in other works. * FAM Fuerzas Militares *
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