War Games

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Berkley, 1989 - History - 402 pages
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Startling and disturbing, this is an up-to-date look at today's high-tech rehearsals for war. Political scenarios, military strategies and frightening, true-to-life maneuvers--all the games played by today's leaders are here, based on information gained through the Freedom of Information Act.

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War games: the secret world of the creators, players, and policy makers rehearsing World War III today

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Allen, author of Rickover, has written a solid nontechnical introduction to the development and use of military simulation. He includes abundant anecdotes and information drawn from various levels of ... Read full review


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