Desert Storm A Forgotten War
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This account of the Gulf War reveals its importance from a military and political point of view, highlighting how modern military technology made possible, with relative ease, a victory that would have been nearly impossible by traditional means. It has become fashionable to trivialize the impressive military achievements of the Coatition victory over Iraq, but Bin, Hill, and Jones demonstrate that the Gulf War represents a defining moment in military and political history. The text includes numerous firsthand eyewitness accounts. Readers will discover why a multinational coalition deployed 800,000 soldiers to the Middle East to challenge to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. They will find out…
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 12/9/1998
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Why Did Iraq Invade Kuwait?|
|The Path to War Was War Inevitable?|
|The Balance of Forces Day One and the Battle for the Air Military Operations|
|Day 2 to 38 Political Reactions: Day 2 to 38|
|The Land Battle: 100 Hours Analysis of the Coalition Victory|