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The DVDs are in PAL format and are zoned for worldwide distribution.Some titles are on NTSC and we can order on request.Norman Wood 'The Who Dare' C Squadron, 22 SAS in Rhodesia 'Mapai Report' The external operation into Mozambique 'A Pride of Eagles' On Exercise Vanguard, with the Rhodesian Air Force 'Black Boots' - the BSAP Support Unit 'A War on Words' - a public awareness film about the dangers of 'loose talk' The Final Chapter is a powerful visual story of the human spirit that made up the Rhodesian Forces who can trace their origins back to the late 19th century when the early settlers entered Matabele occupied territory A two disk digitally re-mastered package of original historic film 'gems' from the tumultuous period of Rhodesia in the 70s.This special edition DVD takes you from the establishment of early government in 1924, through the building of Kariba Dam in the early 60s, to an experience with the 'fuzz' and the women of the RWS, finally closing with a beautiful documentary on the diversity of nature with which Rhodesia was blessed.The Rhodesians suffered two dead, eight wounded and lost one aircraft.It would produce the biggest SAS-led external battle of the Rhodesian bush war.Bokassa served alongside the Free French under General Charles de Gaulle and later in the metropolitan French military as an NCO in Indo-China.
Fireforce as a military concept is a vertical envelopment of the enemy (first practised by SAS paratroopers in Mozambique in 1973), with the 20mm cannon being the principle weapon of attack, mounted in an Alouette III K-Car (Killer car), flown by the air force commander, with the army commander on board directing his ground troops deployed from G-Cars (Alouette III troop-carrying gunships and latterly Bell Hueys in 1979) and parachuted from C-47 Dakotas.
It is the result of lengthy searching, the goodwill of collectors and a pride in the legacy that the Rhodesian Forces left to the world.
It is a tribute in sound to the men and women of all races who committed themselves to the cause of history, many of whom paid the supreme price in defence of their beliefs.
France in Centrafrique explores the early colonial and post-colonial history of French Equatorial Africa with a particular emphasis on the role of the Central African Republic in the Second World War and the Free French Movement.
One of the key figures to emerge from this period, and a man who would shape the modern destiny of the Central African Republic, was Jean-Bdel Bokassa.