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Tools of Violence By Chris McNab

Tools of Violence by Chris McNab

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Tools of Violence: Guns, Tanks and Dirty Bombs by Chris McNab

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"I think that this book is a perfect read for the military enthusiast such as I, or just someone who wants to learn about a subject they never knew about before. I highly recommend you set up a place on your shelf for this one."-Kevin Powers, "modelingmadness.com "(April 2008)
"TOOLS OF VIOLENCE packs in analysis of physical, political and psychological effects of weaponry, backing up analysis with interviews with those engaged in weapons technology, from soldiers and police to researchers, weapons specialists and more. Any military library needs this unique coverage."- "The Midwest Book Review" (June 2008)
"The authors, experts on military technology, discuss everything from hand-held firearms to the newest missiles employed by today's military. The book contains a wealth of informationon the rifles, grenades and ammunition carried by infantrymen. Mines, tanks, rockets, grenade launchers, fighter aircraft, and attack helicopters are also examined. There is even a section on the simplest form of weapon widely used today--the suicide bomber." -"Military Heritage," (October 2008)
"I think that this book is a perfect read for the military enthusiast such as I, or just someone who wants to learn about a subject they never knew about before. I highly recommend you set up a place on your shelf for this one."-Kevin Powers, "modelingmadness.com "(April 2008)
"TOOLS OF VIOLENCE packs in analysis of physical, political and psychological effects of weaponry, backing up analysis with interviews with those engaged in weapons technology, from soldiers and police to researchers, weapons specialists and more. Any military library needs this unique coverage."- "The Midwest Book Review" (June 2008)

TOOLS OF VIOLENCE packs in analysis of physical, political and psychological effects of weaponry, backing up analysis with interviews with those engaged in weapons technology, from soldiers and police to researchers, weapons specialists and more. Any military library needs this unique coverage. "The Midwest Book Review (June 2008)"

The authors, experts on military technology, discuss everything from hand-held firearms to the newest missiles employed by today's military. The book contains a wealth of informationon the rifles, grenades and ammunition carried by infantrymen. Mines, tanks, rockets, grenade launchers, fighter aircraft, and attack helicopters are also examined. There is even a section on the simplest form of weapon widely used today--the suicide bomber. "Military Heritage (October 2008)"

I think that this book is a perfect read for the military enthusiast such as I, or just someone who wants to learn about a subject they never knew about before. I highly recommend you set up a place on your shelf for this one. "Kevin Powers, modelingmadness.com (April 2008)""


"TOOLS OF VIOLENCE packs in analysis of physical, political and psychological effects of weaponry, backing up analysis with interviews with those engaged in weapons technology, from soldiers and police to researchers, weapons specialists and more. Any military library needs this unique coverage." --The Midwest Book Review (June 2008)

"The authors, experts on military technology, discuss everything from hand-held firearms to the newest missiles employed by today's military. The book contains a wealth of informationon the rifles, grenades and ammunition carried by infantrymen. Mines, tanks, rockets, grenade launchers, fighter aircraft, and attack helicopters are also examined. There is even a section on the simplest form of weapon widely used today--the suicide bomber." --Military Heritage (October 2008)

"I think that this book is a perfect read for the military enthusiast such as I, or just someone who wants to learn about a subject they never knew about before. I highly recommend you set up a place on your shelf for this one." --Kevin Powers, modelingmadness.com (April 2008)

About Chris McNab

Hunter Keeter is a consultant in naval and military technology and operations. From 1998 to 2004, he worked as journalist and editor on several publications, including Sea Power Magazine and the defense trade newsletter, Defense Daily. In addition Keeter has authored articles for Naval Forces International magazine, and the USN publications, Undersea Warfare and Surface Warfare as well as books on the US Marine Corps, US homeland security forces, and the history of American air and land forces during the Vietnam War.

Chris McNab is a freelance writer specializing in military history and military technology. To date he has authored or co-authored over 25 books, including Weapons of War: AK47, The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War, the Elite Forces Survival Guide series and The Encyclopedia of Combat Techniques. He has also written for The Times of London on the war in Iraq. He lives in Wales, UK. The author lives in Alexandria, VA.

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GOR010394929
Tools of Violence: Guns, Tanks and Dirty Bombs by Chris McNab
Used - Like New
Hardback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2008-04-02
336
1846032253
9781846032257
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The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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