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The Selous Scouts

Marco Gollino and Craig Fourie’s excellent site which also contains the Roll of Honour, Nominal Roll and Honours and Awards.

We Were Rhodesians Medal Database

Superb database of awards and medals awarded to people who served in the Rhodesian Security Forces. From here you can also join the forum if you so wish.

Prison Services of Rhodesia

Wayne Kennerley’s excellent site on the Prison Services/Departments in Rhodesia including photos of the insignia.

Selous Scouts

Tal Dozer’s site on the Selous Scouts was the first site dealing almost solely with this regiment. Very informative site.

Rhodesians WorldWide Magazine

Chris Whitehead’s excellent Rhodesians Worldwide Magazine is dedicated to the preservation of the network built up in our 25 years of existence. Our goal is to provide the best possible personal service to our subscribers and to be an impartial meeting ground for all people who have left our beautiful homeland regardless of their political persuasion, race or religion. We are a primarily a contact magazine with a sub goal of the preservation of Rhodesia's history  and the institutions that house that history for future generations.

Jeppestown Books

David Saffery’s site dealing with the reprinting of interesting, vintage African reference and history books, and out-of-print works dealing with food, wine and the hospitality industry.

This is also the site that sells the excellent book ‘Rhodesia Medal Roll’ which is the roll of recipients of Rhodesian honours and decorations.

Dandy Agencies

Jonathon Pittaway’s site dealing with the books he has authored on Rhodesian Special Forces.

Msasa Enterprises

Producers of fine quality historic audio-visual material from the Southern African region. Our archive is an extensive and growing collection of Rhodesiana films and sound recordings that is also available as archive content to producers worldwide. We also represent and welcome new material from the SANDF conflict arena and period.

Craig Fourie

One of the foremost authorities on Rhodesian militaria including awards and medals.

Southern Africa Militaria

James MacKenzie is another authority on Rhodesian and South African Militaria.

Awarded the Rhodesian Militaria Inaugural Fake Militaria Exposure Award for 2011.

The Rhodesian Special Air Service ‘C’ Squadron

Marco Gollino and Craig Fourie’s excellent site which also contains the Roll of Honour, Nominal Roll and Honours and Awards.

Rhodesian Forces

The Rhodesia Army Association, own and run this web site on behalf of all military units that were operational in Rhodesia from 1967 to 1980.

Rhodesian Intaf

Dudley Wall’s excellent site on Rhodesia’s para military Ministry of Internal Affairs (Intaf). An amazing story that until now has been untold.

Rhodesian Services Association Incorporated

The Association is based in New Zealand and have members throughout the world.

The Courtney Boot Company

Malcolm Nott is the Australian distributor for Courtney Boots which are still made in Zimbabwe. I have five pairs of Courtney Boots and they are some of the most comfortable boots and shoes I have ever worn.

Special Forces Roll of Honour

This site is dedicated to the memory of Special Forces from World War 2 to the present who served and died in places and under circumstances most of us can only imagine in our worst nightmares.

The research has taken nearly 40 years and is sadly still ongoing as wars and conflicts show no sign of abating worldwide.

The following Rhodesian units are covered by this excellent website: LRDG, RhSAS, Selous Scouts and Grey’s Scouts.

The best website of it’s kind.

BSA Police Regimental Association

This site is dedicated to former members of the British South Africa Police (BSAP) who served with the 'Regiment' until July 1980, when the force ceased to exist. The purpose of this site is to keep alive the memories of the 'Regiment' and maintain a former member network. We welcome visits to this site by former members of the BSA Police and by others who were associated with the force or who had an interest in its history and activities.