The Death Lobby : How the West Armed Iraq

By: Timmerman, Kenneth R

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London, United Kingdom: Fourth Estate , 1992. Details the Iraqui arms build up prior to Desert Storm, graphically placing the blame in the lap of the Western Contries that supplied Saddam with the weapons. Uncovering the front companies and commercial contracts through which Iraq bought arms and embargoed technology. Red bds with black cloth spine, gilt title, pp 443 in tight unread state. Wrapper not clipped or worn.. First English. Quarto Cloth. As New/As New. Large 8vo.

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