Col. Mike Hoare's favorite book consisting of 21 short stories, giving new insight into the minds and hearts of the adventurers who became mercenary soldiers. It captures the spirit of mercenary soldiering.
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Superb stories from a little known conflict.unlike
Where does Congo Warriors rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Unlike most of the books I listen to this one is a compendium of individual stories; thus making it difficult to rank as it is a ery different type of book. Nevertheless it is. Well done giving the flovor of the war in the Congo and the horrors of African War.
Who was your favorite character and why?
The US soldier who took leave to go to the Congo and find a girl.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, it is broken into vignettes and while I listened to several at a sitting the entirety would have been overwhelming.
Any additional comments?
Well worth listening stening to.
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- Leigh Kraus
Great stories from real mercenary leader!
Mike Hoare was one of the greatest Mercenary leaders of the 20th Century. This book is a collection of stories about him and his men that he left out of his previous book “Congo Mercenary”. I recommend reading it after that one.