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The Death Lobby **THIS IS A PRE-OWNED COPY. PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION**

by: K.R. Timmerman

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Paperback package 576

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Retail Price: $12.77

Publisher: Transworld Publisher,03.12.92

Category: Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0553406248
ISBN13: 9780553406245

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***THIS IS A PRE-OWNED COPY - in fair condition. The book has been read. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Slight wear to cover. ***

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Months after the triumph of Operation Desert Storm, the questions remain: what is Iraq's military capability? Where did Saddam Hussein get the armaments to provoke the Gulf war? What did he have and what does he have left? The Death Lobby answers these questions and exposes the truth behind the bribery and subterfuge that brought about deals with companies and commercial contactsfor arms and embargoed technology - and the conspiracy ofsilence in London, Washington, Paris, and Bonn, where repeatedwarnings of Iraq's true intentions were ignored ...Through his exhaustive research, Kenneth Timmerman proves that Saddam Hussein could never have brought about the Gulf war without the co-operation of Western governments and the decaying Soviet empire. His remarkable investigation has prompted questions in Parliament and has, at last, focused world attention on the insatiable greed and ambition that compromised world peace.The inescapable truth today is that yesterday's lessons have still tobe learnt... world peace still hangs in the balance ... the warningscan no longer be ignored.