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Winning the war, losing the peace : costs and consequences of the war against Iraq / by Nic Maclellan and David Spratt
Bib ID 1512239
Format BookBook
Author
Maclellan, Nic
 
Description Carlton South [Vic.] : Alternate News Service, 1991 
31 p. : map ; 28 cm. 
ISBN 0959357416
Notes

Available from Alternate News Service, PO Box 275, Carlton South Vic 3053.

Bibliography: p. 31.

Subjects Persian Gulf War, 1991 -- Causes.  |  Iraq-Kuwait Crisis, 1990-1991.
Other authors/contributors Spratt, David, 1950-  |  Alternate News Service

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