Nonaligned, Third World, and Other Ground Armies: A Combat Assessment

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Vetoed," Washington Post, April 12, 1981; John Borrell, "S. Africa's Railroads Bind African Economy," Washington Star, July 18, 1981; Gregory Jaynes, "Cutting South Africa Tie a Tough Goal for Neighbors," New York Times, April 5, 1980; and Jonathan Kapstein, "Rising Trade Makes It Tough to Boycott South Africa," Business Week, September 22, 1980.
4.
Caryle Murphy, "Embargo Spurs S. Africa to Build Weapons Industry," Washington Post, July 7, 1981.
5.
Antero Pietila, "S. Africa Buys More Goods in Soviet Bloc," Sun, July 12, 1981.
6.
See Gary Thatcher, "S. Africa Indicates Nuclear Weapon Capability," Christian Science Monitor, September 30, 1980; and Rowland Evans and Robert Nowak, "Last December's 'Flash'," Washington Post, February 18, 1981.
7.
See, for instance, Kenneth W. Grundy, "The Social Costs of Armed Struggle in Southern Africa," Armed Forces and Society (Spring 1981): 445-66.
8.
Karl von Clausewitz, On War, Anatol Rapoport, ed., Baltimore, Md.: 1968, p. 413.
9.
Holger Jensen, "A Nation at Battle Stations," Newsweek, September 29, 1980; and Drew Middleton, "South Africa Reviews Defenses as Namibia Votes," New York Times, March 3, 1980.
10.
Richard Harwood, "Savimbi Defends Links with South Africans," Washington Post, July 24, 1981.
11.
Antero Pietila, "South Africa: Is There a Siege in Its Future?" Sun, August 9, 1981.
12.
Gary Thatcher, "S. African Defense Officials Speak Up," Christian Science Monitor, August 23, 1979.
13.
See Edward Feit, Urban Revolt in South Africa: 1960-1964 ( Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 1971).
14.
Basil Davidson, "Rooted in the Past, South Africa Faces a Future of Violence, " Los Angeles Times, June 8, 1980; and James North, "Black Power on the Move in South Africa," Nation, August 30-September 6, 1980.
15.
Caryle Murphy, "Rifts in Black S. African Factions Weaken Anti-Apartheid Efforts," Washington Post, May 30, 1981.
16.
Pietila, "South African Saboteurs." Sun, August 9, 1981.
17.
"S. Africa Force Attacks Rebels in Mozambique," Sun, January 31, 1981.

Bibliography

Note: Possibly because of the South African government's secretiveness, few works on the SADF have been published recently. Most of the available material consists either of regimental histories or campaign histories and books and articles covering U.S. or South African policies towards each other rather than the SADF or the army. A brief selection of such books and articles is given here; only the Jaster study, however, will be very enlightening to anyone wishing more recent knowledge of military potential.

Dale Richard. "South Africa and Namibia." Current History 73, No. 432 ( December 1977): 209-13, 226.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps, Figures, and Tables ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • India and Pakistan 3
  • Bibliography 26
  • China 29
  • Bibliography 53
  • Vietnam 55
  • Notes 74
  • Notes 76
  • Thailand 79
  • Notes 97
  • Bibliography 100
  • North Korea 103
  • Notes 124
  • Notes 125
  • South Korea 127
  • Bibliography 150
  • Japan 153
  • Bibliography 172
  • Australia 177
  • Note 190
  • Bibliography 190
  • Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) 191
  • Bibliography 207
  • South Africa 209
  • Notes 221
  • Notes 222
  • Cuba 225
  • Notes 241
  • Notes 243
  • Yugoslavia 247
  • Notes 259
  • Notes 261
  • Index 263
  • About the Contributors 275
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