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In his own words Andre Scheepers describes his childhood on a farm, learning about the bush from his African friends, and becoming a soldier. The family had to leave the farm after being ambushed by terrorists.

A quiet, introspective deep thinker, Andre started out as a trooper in the Rhodesian Light Infantry commandos and was hectically engaged in Fire-Force combat operations before leaving for the SAS. Wounded 13 times, his operational record is exceptional even by the high standards that existed at the time and he really emerges as the quintessential SAS officer displaying extraordinary calmness and audacious cunning in the course of a host of extremely dangerous operations.

Loved by his men, Andre writes very eruditely about his mental and emotional condition during the war and reflects very candidly on what he learned and how war has shaped his life since. Offered a commission in the British SAS after the conflict, he decided to stop soldiering and entered the seminary whereupon he became a minister.

In addition to Andre’s personal story the book also reveals more about the other men who were distinguished operators in other celebrated SAS operations. This is the story of soldiers, the hardships, the battles they fought and the challenges they faced.

Softcover, 320 pages.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Herman Terblanche

Brilliant read. Highly recommended to all interested in the Rhodesian bushwar

Mark McLean

Great read.

Brilliant work.

There should be more books like this.

Vernon LOKER
A Compelling Rea

I did find We Dared to Win a compelling read. In many respects the baring of souls in one volume.

sean duffy

We Dared to Win: The SAS in Rhodesia - Hannes Wessels with Andre Scheepers


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