Encyclopedia of Conflicts Since World War II
Thoroughly revised to include 25 conflicts not covered in the previous edition, as well as expanded and updated information on previous coverage, this illustrated reference presents descriptions and analyses of more than 170 significant post-World War II conflicts around the globe. Organized by region for ease of access, "Encyclopedia of Conflicts Since World War II, Second Edition" provides clear, in-depth explanations of events not covered in such detail in any other reference source. Including more than 180 detailed maps and 150 photos, the set highlights the conflicts that dominate today's headlines and the events that changed the course of late twentieth-century history.
- Hardback | 1488 pages
- 236 x 294 x 104mm | 5,021.24g
- 15 Nov 2007
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- 2nd New edition
- photos, maps, glossary, bibliography, index
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