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By Mike Hoare

Colonel Mike Hoare commanded a unit of mercenary infantrymen in the course of the armed rebellion within the Congo in 1964 and 1965, which he defined intimately in his earlier booklet, Congo Mercenary. during this follow-up account of these war-torn days spent battling the Simba rebels, Colonel Hoare makes a speciality of the braveness and objectives, the lives and deaths of these males below his command.

In an particular new foreword and epilogue for this Paladin reprint, which the writer has defined as his favourite of the entire books he has written, Colonel Hoare presents an exceptional knowing of mercenary motion in Africa, the involvement of the CIA in such actions and new perception into the minds and hearts of mercenary squaddies. Congo Warriors isn't to be neglected by means of a person drawn to wrestle, mercenaries, warriors or Africa.

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