A Handful of Hard Men – Amazon Reviews

/A Handful of Hard Men – Amazon Reviews
A Handful of Hard Men – Amazon Reviews 2018-11-28T11:45:23+00:00

“This is probably one of the best books I have ever read . The author provides an accurate account of the war, the politics behind the war and the key players, however, above all, the author keeps you interested and in suspense all the time. The horror of this war is portrayed better than anything Ive ever read.”

“One of the best books I’ve read. Eye opener. Intense.”

“Of all the books I’ve read about the Rhodesian SAS this one rates as one of the best..!!”

“One of the best books ever written on Rhodesia. Read it if you want to find out the truth behind their war for the right to live in a country without the world sticking their bloody noises in where it didn’t belong.”

“This is a brilliant read! It presents a unique insight into some of the best bush war operators the world has seen and is a fitting tribute to the Rhodesian SAS and others in the Rhodesian Army. The book also provides an accurate and true record of the Rhodesian story, avoiding all the political correctness. I have read many books on the bush war in Rhodesia and this is probably the best – riveting at times, shocking and sad at other times. A very easy book to read, highly recommended.”

“The book is the best I have read on the actual ground campaign in Rhodesia and one of the best military special forces operational books (regardless of conflict). .. Darrell Watt – a Rhodesian SAS operator is certainly one of the best special forces operators to walk the planet.”

A Handful of Hard Men: The SAS and the Battle for Rhodesia. A gripping and informative narrative. What these brave men did is eye-opening.”

“Excellent historical account of a little-known elite fighting unit and the nation its members courageously defended. An exciting read from beginning to end.”

“Terrific look at a group of hardened warriors. Their relentlessness in tracking the enemy is unmatched. Recommend to military history buffs, young enlisted and officers from the army and Marine Corps.”

“An excellent read I couldn’t put it down.”

“This book is great story of the men who gave their all for their country and who should be held in high esteem for all time as some of the bravest to ever fight the scourge of communism.”

“This is special forces at its best fought by men who not only knew the African bush better than anyone but whose tracking skills defy belief.”

“This is one of the best books on Rhodesia and the Bush War I have read. It tells of the exploits of the Rhodesian SAS and in particular those of Darrell Watt, who seemed positively superhuman at times.

The absolute best bush wars book. Unfortunately, love of country, love of the land and love of the people (of all colors) cannot stand up to the arrogance, duplicity, the cowardice and the beginnings of liberal PC displayed by the US and UK. Jimmy Carter, Andrew Young, Carrington and Thatcher should have been shot!!!!”

“An excellent detailed factual story of the very sad Rhodesian era. I have read many Rhodesian stories, this book gives the best details into the military politics of Rhodesia.”