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The Bleeding Mountain By alan mitchell
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‘We now fight Mugabe’s police as well as his army.’ His tone changed and the words came out as a low growl. Campbell turned to look at him. The black face was now completely... More > expressionless. It was not the Kumalo of old. ********************************* Philip Campbell - family man, pacifist and reluctant soldier - drawn through personal tragedy into a bitter conflict with an enemy he has never met, but who regards him with an equally impassionate hatred. Obert Chikaika - disillusioned citizen, and would-be general - forced into his own personal battle with an unknown adversary through ill-advised strategies and his own pride. Zimbabwe - a country in crisis in the years before and after independence. Set against the war of independence as Mugabe's army gradually takes control, and the descent of a once prosperous country into fear, intimidation and near-bankruptcy, this is the story of a very personal conflict in which there can be no winner.< Less
The Bleeding Mountain By alan mitchell
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‘We now fight Mugabe’s police as well as his army.’ His tone changed and the words came out as a low growl. Campbell turned to look at him. The black face was now completely... More > expressionless. It was not the Kumalo of old. ********************************* Philip Campbell - family man, pacifist and reluctant soldier - drawn through personal tragedy into a bitter conflict with an enemy he has never met, but who regards him with an equally impassionate hatred. Obert Chikaika - disillusioned citizen, and would-be general - forced into his own personal battle with an unknown adversary through ill-advised strategies and his own pride. Zimbabwe - a country in crisis in the years before and after independence. Set against the war of independence as Mugabe's army gradually takes control, and the descent of a once prosperous country into fear, intimidation and near-bankruptcy, this is the story of a very personal conflict in which there can be no winner.< Less
No Time For Tears: World War II American guerrilla in the Philippines opposing Japan's tyranny 1941-1945 By James Murphy
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A World War II novel about Guerrilla Force 47 and an American guerrilla opposing Japan's tyranny in the northern mountain jungles of Luzon Philippines,waging a guerrilla war seen thru the eyes of Tex... More > Bradley from 1941 to 1945.< Less
No Time For Tears: World War II American guerrilla in the Philippines opposing Japan's tyranny 1941-1945 By James Murphy
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A World War II novel about Guerrilla Force 47 and an American guerrilla opposing Japan's tyranny in the northern mountain jungles of Luzon Philippines,waging a guerrilla war seen thru the eyes of Tex... More > Bradley from 1941 to 1945.< Less
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN: Mujahideen Tactics in the Soviet-Afghan War By Ali Ahmad Jalali et al.
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On 27 December 1979, Moscow ordered the Soviet Army into Afghanistan. Organized, equipped, and trained for the execution of combined arms operations, that force embodied the concept of blitzkrieg.... More > Nine years later, it withdrew in defeat. The Other Side of the Mountain was written from the reports of mujahideen combat veterans and provides a tactical look at a decentralized army of footmobile guerrillas waging war against a technologically superior foe. Absolute supremacy of firepower did not guarantee victory. Native knowledge of terrain and detailed study of a known adversary offset that advantage. In particular, the chapter on urban combat will be of great interest to commanders concerned with force protection. This book and its companion volume, The Bear Went Over the Mountain: Soviet Combat Tactics in Afghanistan, published for the United States Marine Corps in 1996, offers a chronicle of the Afghan War by the warfighters.< Less
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MESHA By HENDERSON FRANK PONDER
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Mesha was only fifteen years old when German SS Major Heinrich Peeler came to Yugoslavia and requisitioned the ground floor of the Covanich home for an office. However, she matured fast when she... More > witnessed her mother and one of Peeler’s men in sexual embrace on the living room couch. When she could not dismiss the horrible scene from her mind, she ran away to join her uncle Peter who was making a name for himself as leader of the Covanich Group, a remnant of the Mihailovich Underground known as “The Chetniks.” Little did she know that she too would find love when Frank Henderson, a young American officer, was assigned by the OSS to assist the underground in the acquisition of weapons and supplies. However, love was only one emotional extreme she would encounter as she and Frank traveled the snow-covered mountains of Montenegro and witnessed the pain, suffering, and despair war can bring.< Less

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