The Battle For Rhodesia
by Douglas Reed
Publisher: Devin-Adair Pub 1967
Number of pages: 113
Battle for Rhodesia was Douglas Reed's political prediction for southern Africa. Written in 1967 this book provides political arguments favoring Rhodesia and its fight against encroaching communist insurgencies. Reed argued that escalating tensions in southern Africa signaled the beginnings of another world war.
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