The Zambesi Salient. Conflict in Southern Africa.

£8.00

What is the threat facing Southern Africa in the Future?How extensive are the wars along the sub-continent’s frontiers with Black Africa and how well prepared are the security forces to counter this menace? What are the factors motivating the mind of the black revolutionary whether he be fighting in Mocambique,the escarpment region of noth-east Rhodesia or intent on laying death-dealing land-mines in the Caprivi Strip?.Most important of all,what role is Lisbon likely to play in Africa following the military takeover.The author has attempted to answer all these questions and many more in this,his latest book.

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H/b in clean boards,somewhat edge-worn,in a rather tatty pictorial d/w,very-much edge-worn,with some slight loss to top of spine.Size 9×6 pp 395,inc,index,bibliography,various appendix,reproduced photographic plates,cartoon sketche in text,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding good.Some slight damage to leaves143,144,145,146,slightly affecting clarety of text,but nothing serious.Otherwise nice and clean and bright throughout.A poor-v/g clean copy.

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