Terror Attacks

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BOOKSALES Incorporated REMAINDERS, Nov 1, 2006 - Political Science - 576 pages
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Solitary, shocking acts of terrorism and barbaric, prolonged reigns of terror are discussed in detail within this book.

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This book had the potential to be an interesting read. It consists of short histories on a variety of terrorist attacks throughout history. However, the book was poorly edited it made one wonder if ... Read full review

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Poorly researched, poorly written, poorly edited. The worst on the subject that I have read. Much conjecture and editorialization without coroboration. Left out some important events. Not good at all!

Contents

Introduction
8
The Origins of Terrorism
22
Jing Ke the Master Assassin
30
Copyright

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Anne Williams is currently Dean of Education at Winchester University. She has many years experience working in initial teacher education and with serving teachers and was previously Director of Initial Teacher Training at Birmingham University (1988-98).
Joanne Cliffe has a background of teaching physical education in schools and now works at the University of Birmingham where she is responsible for physical education initial teacher training and Masters physical education programmes for teachers.

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