This collection of poetry and prose, written by young, white South
African conscripts deployed during the so-called 'Border War' in
Angola and Namibia, provides an intimate, sometimes shocking,
glimpse of an important era in our history which has hitherto been
swept under the carpet. Very few are aware of the sheer horror
experienced by the young conscripts, or of the physical and
emotional scars many of these 'walking wounded' carry to this day.
A secret burden constitutes a literal unburdening for those whose
voices have been silenced for too long.
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