Inside the League: The Shocking Exposť of how Terrorists, Nazis, and Latin American Death Squads Have Infiltrated the World Anti-Communist League

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Dodd, Mead, 1986 - Political Science - 322 pages
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Inside the League: the shocking expose of how terrorists, Nazis, and Latin American death squads have infiltrated the world Anti-Communist League

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The World Anti-Communist League was founded in 1966. Its chief organizers were the Taiwanese and South Korean governments and an organization called the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations. It has since ... Read full review

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Entertaining read. Some slight inaccuracies and due that the claims aren't really that well known, it's hard to find out if they are accurate or not or if there is any more to it. The authors take a ... Read full review

Contents

Part II
119
The League List
175
Acronym List
286
Copyright

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scott anderson
is a war correspondent and a contributing writer at the New York Times Magazine. His work has also appeared in Vanity Fair, Esquire, Harper’s, Outside, and many other publications. Over the years he has written from Beirut, Northern Ireland, Chechnya, Israel, Sudan, Sarajevo, El Salvador, and a number of other war-torn areas. He is the author of the novel Triage and the nonfiction books The 4 O’Clock Murders, The Man Who Tried to Save the World, and, with his brother, Jon Lee Anderson, War Zones. Anderson lives in Upstate New York.

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