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World War 4

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Thirty-five years ago, Sir John Hackett published The Third World War, which speculated how WW3 might start and how it would be fought. Since it is now fashionable to call WW3 the Cold War, the time is right to publish a book about WW4, how it might start and most likely be fought. War planners must envision the unexpected and plan for the improbable, and the 20th century' ...more
Hardcover, 264 pages
Published September 1st 2016 by Lyons Press
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Aug 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
A rather fascinating and thought provoking book setting forth 9 scenarios as to how a major war could break out among the world's great powers, by a retired army officer. Hopefully none of these will ever come to pass and our politicians and leaders will have enough foresight and wisdom to avert them and similar ones.
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