The Lessons Of Modern War: Volume Ii: The Iran-iraq War
Part of a three-volume study of the military events and lessons of major international conflicts. The series covers a range of topics from combatants and terrain to chemical and nuclear weapons. This volume is an up-to-date analysis of the longest war of this century - the Iran-Iraq conflict.
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