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Also included are rare photographs that evoke the colourful, and often controversial, history of 32 Battalion, as well as detailed maps depicting specific operations and deployments. Draws from over 200 interviews with former 32 Battalion members as well as Portuguese, SWAPO, Angolan, Cuban and Russian soldiers. The Terrible Ones The Complete History of 32 Battalion (two volumes) Piet Nortje The soldiers of 32 Battalion were so feared by their enemies that they were called ‘Os Terriveis' - ‘The Terrible Ones'.
32 Battalion: The Terrible Ones Random House Struik 30 August 2012 A new and comprehensive two-volume work by Piet Nortje chronicles the unit's explosive history THE MILITARY HISTORY PUBLISHING EVENT OF THE DECADE Two volumes. Founded in utmost secrecy from the vanquished remnants of an Angolan rebel movement, they were forged into an effective fighting machine that took on guerrilla forces and conventional armies alike.