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They live by the sword Hardcover – 1990. Breytenbach knocked his new recruits into shape, often literally by using his fists, gaining their respect and willing cooperation.
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Jan Dirk Breytenbach DVR SD SM MMM (born 14 July 1932) is a retired career South African Special Forces military officer and author of military books. He is best known as the first commander of 1 Reconnaissance Commando, South Africa's first special-forces unit.
Published by Lemur Books (Pty) Ltd, Alberton, South Africa (1990). They Live By the Sword - 32 'Buffalo' Battalion - South Africa's Foreign Legion. Col. Jan Breytenbach. ISBN 10: 0620148705 ISBN 13: 9780620148702. Published by Lemur Books, Alberton, Republic South Africa (1990).
2 Books by Jan Breytenbach. Breytenbach retired from the military in 1987, and has written a number of books since then. Breytenbach, Jan (1990). He is the brother of South African poet and writer Breyten Breytenbach and of war rapher Cloete Breytenbach. During the 1980s, Breyten and Jan Breytenbach held strongly opposing political viewpoints, so with his brother opting for a more left-wing approach, this influential family effectively covered the political spectrum. Breytenbach, Jan (1986). p. 272. Breytenbach, Jan (1997).
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Jan Breytenbach writes in an engaging, easy to read, style and as his knowledge is first hand the book comes across .
He pulls no punches and his candour is refreshing in that he is not over-awed by bureaucracy. The formation and training of this future battalion was a daunting prospect for the author. To purely English readers, military and laymen alike "They Live by the Sword" represents com-petitive value in a hardback which is stimulating, informative and easy to read. Its 272 pages also contain sixteen photographs and a map as well as a Roll of Honour.
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