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Until now little has been known about the Rhodesian contribution to the history of the SAS. Now at last the men themselves tell their own stories of the exploits of that Special Forces unit during the Bush War and the years before.

SAS Rhodesia provides a comprehensive account of the origins and history of this famous Special Forces unit, as told by the men on the ground.

This unique historical record features:

  • Reminiscences by the men

  • 10 chapters

  • 624 pages full-colour litho print

  • 1000 photographs

  • 200 objects of militaria

  • 200 documents

  • 20 maps

  • 10 tables

  • 70 stories 

  • Roll of honour

  • Honours and awards table

  • Citation of all awards

  • Glossary

  • Approved by the Rhodesian SAS Association 

 Third revised edition - January 2017

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    A.J.
    SAS Rhodesia: the Men Speak

    A great book with a lot of content at over 600 pages. It’s a pity the paper is extremely light weight (no doubt because there are so many pages) but you’ll need to treat it carefully while enjoying it!

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    B.E.
    The Men Speak

    All three books were fantastic, I enjoy the format as well as the concept of the actual combatants telling their stories . Jonathan Pittaway has a winner in this series.

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    P.J.L.
    SAS Review

    I think this is Jonathan Pittaway's second book about the SAS. This book is highly detailed, carefully researched, and well worth reading and keeping.