World War II: The Strategy, the Weapons, the Human Story. It Can Happen

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Random House Publishing Group, 1990 - Fiction - 441 pages
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In the Pacific--Off Koreans east cost, 185 miles south of the DMZ, six Russian-made TU-22M backfires come in low, carrying two seven-hundred-pound cluster bombs, three one-thousand-pound "iron" bombs, ten one-thousand-pound concrete-piercing bombs, and fifty-two-hundred-pound FAEs.
In Europe--Twenty Soviet Warsaw Pact infantry divisions and four thousand tanks begin to move. They are preceded by hundreds of strike aircraft. All are pointed toward the Fulda Gap. And World War III begins...

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IAN SLATER, a former defense officer for the Australian Joint Intelligence Bureau, is the author of the WW III and the USA vs. Militia series. He holds a Ph.D. in political science, has taught a wide variety of university courses in the humanities, and is author of the acclaimed biography Orwell: The Road to Airstrip One. He lives in Vancouver, Canada.

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