Books by BSAP members
published by TSL. Scroll down to see the BSAP blue book collection.
Books by BSAP
in association with GWAA.
The British South African Police (BSAP) Association UK branch has contracted with GWAA to release their catalogue in print and ebook. The books available through TSL are shown below. For the complete collection, visit GWAA – books to purchase and scroll down.
|1. The British South Africa Police, Origins and Early History 1885 – 1901||Wilfred Bernard Bussy||Comprises articles that first appeared in the Police Review between 1911 and 1914.||(buy)||£8.50 (UK)
|2. Zambesi Patrol||JH Hoddinott||Recounts, in patrol diary style, a four month patrol in 1928 in the Zambesi Valley to verify a reported smallpox outbreak.||(buy)||£7.00 (UK)
|3. Sunrise Patrols||John Edgar Palmer||Palmer’s memoirs of his time in the BSAP from 1926 – 1933||(buy)||£9.50 (UK)
|4. Down the Decades with the BSAP||Alan Stock; John Berry||Collection of articles from the Outpost Magazine illustrating the evolution of the Police in Southern Rhodesia.||(Buy)||£9.50 (UK)
|5. Not without Incident||WH 'Bunny' Rabbetts||Recounts the author’s service with the BSAP from 1902 – 1914||Not yet||£8.50 (buy)|
|6. Mocke||John Berry, Alan Stock||1437 Trooper E. Mocke tales spanning from the Boer War into the Seventies.||Not yet||£11.75 (buy)|
|7. BSAP Military Operations in World War One and Two||Cliff Rogers, Alan Stock, John Berry||Operations involving BSAP Personnel outside Southern Rhodesia during the World Wars with nominal rolls and medal rolls of those who took part.||Not yet||£11.50 (buy)|
|8. Trooper’s Tales of the British South Africa Police||John Berry, Alan Stock||Eleven stories by BSA Police members who started out as troopers from the earliest days of the Force to immediately after World War Two.||Not yet||£12.70 (buy)|
|9. Commanding the Regiment||John Berry, Fred Punter||Events leading to the formation of the Force and the foundation of the country it later policed.||Not yet||£8.50 (buy)|
|10. Stand to your horses||Stanley Edwards||Spans the service in the Force of 3739 Senior Assistant Commissioner “Stan” Edwards from 1938 – 1966||Not yet||£19.00 (buy)|
|11. Murray's Column||GH Tanser||Service Company of the British South Africa Police which was sent to the border in 1915. It was named after its commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel RE Murray, DSO and bar, DCM.||(Buy)||£13.25 (buy)|
|12. Inimitable Style||GC Style||Trooper, a Man of Letters and Lowveld Pioneer. More than life in the BSAP||Not yet||£11.00 (buy)|
|13. Humour in the BSAP||John Berry||Humourous stories of the imaginary Constable Wonderwayi of Outpost Fame; illustrated with cartoons.||Not yet||£11.50 (buy)|
|14. Personalities and Institutions of the BSAP||John Berry||Articles and memoirs covers a wide spectrum of time and subject matter, including forensic science and Bush War||(buy)||£11.50 (buy)|
|15. Motoring memories of the BSAP||Peter Hudson, Barry Woan||BSAP Motor Car Club which had branches in both Salisbury and Bulawayo. Includes 250 photographs||Not yet||£15.25 (buy)|
|16. The British South Africa Police in World War 1||John Berry||Includes the photographs of Sergeant FG Elliot and the Diary of BSAP Service Company Private WHJ Walker.||(buy)||£8.61 (buy)|
|17. Jameson's Men||CE Rogers||Dr Jameson’s invasion of Transvaal with a force of mainly BSAP personnel leaving a young country with a severely reduced “first line of defence”.||Not yet||£8.50 (buy)|
|18. A Memoir of early BSAP Days 1912-1919||BH Seymour-Hall||After Training he served on several stations from 1912 – 1919.||Not yet||£12.00 (buy)|
|19. More tales of the BSAP||John Berry||Includes descriptions of the 1966 Operation Vermin which took place in Lupane Matabeleland.||Not yet||£13.00 (buy)|
|20. From horse to aeroplane||John Berry||Memoirs of 4104 Trooper T. J. Dumbrell (Dum) covering 1946 – 1951; Police Reserve Air Wing (PRAW) researched by Wayne Kennerley; an article entitled “The Flying Coppers”||Not yet||£11.00 (UK)|
|21. NYATI – The Last Quartermaster||Richard Hamley, John Berry||Assistant Commissioner John Hamley the last Quartermaster of the BSA Police and cartoonist of note||Not yet||£15.50 (buy)|
|Special Offer: Blue and Old Gold – A history of the BSAP & Magazines||includes 3 CDs: The Magazines and Regimental records of the BSAP including 1911-1923 Police Review and Rhodesia Defence Force Journal, 1924-1945 and 1946-1980 Outpost||N/A - limited copies available||£62.00 (buy)|
|The Magazines and Regimental records of the BSAP including 1911-1923 Police Review and Rhodesia Defence Force Journal, 1924-1945 and 1946-1980 Outpost||3 CDs||N/A||£31.00|
|Blue and Old Gold – A history of the BSAP||Book only||N/A - limited copies||£40.00|
|Blondie's Revenge||Tony Granger||Short stories of life in Africa and the UK||N/A - limited copies||£5.00|
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