"Britain's Rebel Air Force" can be found online but the last time I looked it was a steep price! One of the most expensive books I've seen. If your lucky, sometimes you can find it at big university library's that have great research sections. They'll have a good bit of Rhodie bush war books you can check out. I've see preview portions of it and it's a great piece detailed historical reading, a good read, but I couldn't afford the price! LMK if you find it and get one, I'd love to have a read, I'll pay postage both ways to read it second when you're done!! .
And YES, I'd love to see more photos of that historical plane and Rhodesia!!
It is true that it is a book at 50 euros !
I would love to have it, as the subject interests me and I am looking for books on the subject.
Being in France, and moreover lost in the middle of a remote countryside, I never had the opportunity to go to a university library, and nevertheless, I am a finished fan of books, and I think I would like to have access to one !
Anyway, I have a lot of stuff about the Rhodesian Air Force in my archives.
By searching well on the net it is possible, with patience, to find interesting things.
A nice picture of one of the ex-SAAF Vampire T.55 :
At the time, the identification numbers of the aircraft were all erased, and the roundels removed.
This picture being taken in South Africa, I think that the roundels had been given for the occasion.
SAS readying to board an Aérospatiale Alouette III helicopter of the Rhodesian Air Force - Operation Dingo, against the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army at Chimoio, and Tembue, Mozambique, November 23th - 25th, 1977
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