From Inyantue to Entumbane: The Rhodesian African Rifles 1965-1981 (Paperback)
Why did they fight?
Why did they fight so well?
What became of this fine Regiment?
This study of the Rhodesian African Rifles, with its origins and history in WW1, WW2 and the Malayan Emergency and culminating in the 'Bush War', addresses these questions and others.
Stemming from a US Army Staff College project designed to examine the role of indigenous forces in modern wars, this book brings that study to life through enquiring into the culture and values of this once fine and loyal Regiment, at a time during which the trajectory of political and military forces in play were acting against it.