Military History of South Africa

Military History Of South Africa

The history of South Africa chronicles a vast time period and complex events from the dawn of history until the present time. It covers civil wars and wars of aggression and of self-defense both within South Africa and against it. It includes the history of battles fought in the territories of modern South Africa in neighboring territories, in both world wars and in modern international conflicts.

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Military History Of South Africa - Present Military: South African National Defence Force
... The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is the name of the present-day armed forces of South Africa ... The military as it exists today was created in 1994, following South Africa's first post-apartheid national elections and the adoption of a new constitution ... It replaced the South African Defence Force (SADF), and included personnel and equipment from the SADF and the former Homelands forces(Transkei, Venda, Bophuthatswana, and ...

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