Children's Books - Non-Fiction
Books with a Christian theme or about Christianity
This is the extraordinary tale of an extraordinary man. An honestly told story of his military career, of a man who was twice decorated for valour, who pioneered and developed the concept of “small team reconnaissance” within the South African Special Forces.
Story of the President Class Navy Frigates in the South African Navy. For nearly two decades the three President Class frigates acquired by the SA Navy in the 1960s dominated the South African maritime scene. These three ships - President Kruger, President Steyn and President Pretorius were ordered from Britain in the 1950s.
A generation ago soldiers of the South African Army slipped discretely over the northern border of what was then South West Africa on the country’s first real external combat operation since World War II. Operation Savannah marked the start of a protracted campaign, part counter-insurgency and part conventional, that did not end until 1989, a decade and a...
Willem Steenkamp looks at the controversy surrounding the non-inclusion of the names of the SADF on the Freedom Park Memorial. He examines the roots of the issue and comes up with some ideas for a solution.
"Robert Frump weaves the central story of human suffering with, in the case of "The Man-eaters of Eden," gripping accounts of horrific lion attacks. He's a master story-teller who leaves readers wondering what they enjoy most: the import debate of "man versus nature" or the many gruesome tales of predator versus prey."
Dudley Wall's book of South African Militaria is the perfect book for those starting out with a collection as well as for those who wish to have a reference work. It is also perfect for those who served in the SADF/SANDF to be able to see all the unit and proficiency badges. This book has been out of print for some time. This third edition has been...