AK-47: The Weapon that Changed the Face of War
In this fascinating book, Kahaner tells the story of this ubiquitous and deadly weapon, contrasting it with the admittedly inferior M-16 and chronicling the role the AK-47 has played in conflicts from Vietnam and Iraq to Rwanda and Colombia.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - R100RTguy - LibraryThing
To say I'm unimpressed with the content of this book is an understatement. There are too many technical errors to ignore; it seems that the author and/or publisher failed to have an individual ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - quizshow77 - LibraryThing
A more or less impressionistic and journalistic account of the development and impact of the AK-47 family of assault rifles. The descriptions are vivid, the analysis less impressive. The contrast that ... Read full review
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