Biological Weapons and America's Secret War

Book - 2001
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Publisher: New York, NY : Simon & Schuster, 2001.
Characteristics: 382 pages
Additional Contributors: Broad, William
Engelberg, Stephen


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Mario20 Apr 26, 2011

5 stars for an excellent guide on germ warfare. The 3 investigative reporters surely will not dissapoint you with intresting read. It details how advanced the Russians and us were in the cold war in terms of BW (biological warfare) and how close U.S. troops in the 1990s Gulf War were to being exposed to Anthrax. If you have always been fascinated with germs and viruses, this book is for you. Everyone should read this to get an idea of how dangerous and contagious these viruses can be.....:)

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