The Story Behind 10,000 Strategic Nuclear Weapons.
Miller. In 1960, there were some 3,500 strategic nuclear weapons in the United States. By the mid-1970s, the number had grown to more than 10,000. Written by a member of the U.S. nuclear weapons force, this book examines that buildup and the efforts taken to keep the stockpile under control as it details strategies, targeting, attack plans, the weapons' strengths and weaknesses, and threat scenarios. 352 pages, 10 photographs, 6¼"x 9", hardcover.
|MacArthur's War |
Korea and the Undoing of an American Hero.
Weintraub. At the helm of the U.S. military effort during the Korean War was Gen. Douglas MacArthur, whose pride and insubordination took the conflict to the edge of nuclear war. This book offers a blow-by-blow account of MacArthur's Korean War campaign until his removal from command in April 1951. 384 pages, 30 photographs, 5½"x 8¼", softcover.
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