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The wizards of Armageddon by Fred M. Kaplan

The wizards of Armageddon (edition 1991)

by Fred M. Kaplan

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Title:The wizards of Armageddon
Authors:Fred M. Kaplan
Info:Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, c1991. 452 p. ; 24 cm.
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Tags:nuclear weapons, history, nuclear strategy

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The Wizards of Armageddon by Fred M. Kaplan

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    Moving Targets by Scott Douglas Sagan (Bretzky1)
    Bretzky1: Moving Targets by Scott Sagan is a more strategy-oriented history of U.S. nuclear strategy than the personality-driven work presented by Kaplan.

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This is the untold story of the small group of men who have devised the plans and shaped the policies on how to use the Bomb. The book (first published in 1983) explores the secret world of these strategists and the nuclear age and brings to light a chapter in American political and military history never before revealed.

This is the third volume in the "Stanford Nuclear Age Series."

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