We all know there will never be another major war. Nevertheless, we spend billions annually to prevent war by preparing for war, and every few years the wall seems to crumble a bit more as other nations get nuclear bombs. Where are we today with our nuclear and chemical weapons? What about those 6400 sheep and 1700 head of cattle we killed accidentally with nerve gas in 1968? Have we really destroyed existing stockpiles of biological weapons? How did we devise such a combination of horrors? What will happen if we ever decide to use them even in limited ways? How often have we been on the edge of nuclear disaster? What ever happened to civil defense? What should we do to prevent the end of the world we know? Are we willing to face the truth? In this book you will find perspectives and answers to these questions.
Used availability for Martin Caidin's When War Comes
January 1972 : USA Hardback