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New Releases. Description In the broad history of the Cold War, the Battle of Cuito Cuanavale was the climax of a far-off, but nonetheless important African war. Since then, a hot war of words have been waged about who actually won.
In this book, a South African military historian and retired journalist examines the campaign, the adversaries, and their achievements on the basis of his research in SADF archives. His scrupulous attempt at objectivity results in interesting conclusions. Many misunderstandings, some of which were purposefully created by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, are put to rest.
While not sharing Castro's political beliefs, he acknowledges Castro's military acumen and political savvy in extricating his country from an unwinnable war while smelling of roses. The analysis contains many lessons about mechanised warfare in the African context from which both laymen and military professionals alike may learn.
Product details Format Paperback 64 pages Dimensions x x 5. Other books in this series. Add to basket. War of Intervention in Angola Adrien Fontanellaz. Selous Scouts Peter Baxter. Libyan Air Wars Tom Cooper. Rhodesian Fire Force Kerrin Cocks. Operation Dingo J. Battle for Cassinga Mike Mcwilliams.