"The Terrible Ones" 32 Battalion Graves

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    "The Terrible Ones" 32 Battalion Graves

    The "Men with no Names" of 32 Battalion were buried under unmarked crosses to protect their families many who were still in Angola.

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    Another history lesson for me. Thanks
    “It is clear that for wildlife to survive outside (and perhaps even inside) of protected areas in Africa, people must have strong incentives to tolerate, or ideally embrace, wildlife as a land use.” Robin Naidoo WWF

    “In a civilized and cultivated country, wild animals only continue to exist at all when preserved by sportsmen.” [B]-Theodore Roosevelt[/B]

    “[I]........... there is more hunting in Kenya today than at any time since independence. (Thousands) of animals are being killed annually with no control. Snaring, poisoning, and shooting are common things. ..... Think of a policy to regulate it, so that we can make it sustainable Dr. Richard Leakey[/I]

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