Blood and Rage: The Story of the Japanese Red Army
This terrorist group has a grisly string of bombings and murders to its credit. Born during the violent student protests in 1960s Japan, the story of the Japanese Red Army (JRA) has never been told until now. This expose of the JRA's activities provides chilling reading for all concerned about the threat of terrorism.
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