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Book Info: Hardcover, 64 pages

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Book Published: January 1st 2003 by Rosen Publishing Group (first published November 2002)

Ebook's Language: English

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A Comprehensive History of the Terrorist Organizations Waging War in the 21st Century In the wake of the attacks against America on September 11, 2001, we have become aware that a new, almost invisible war is raging worldwide. The enemies are often unknown and unseen, the fronts shifting and unclear, the defense against attack uncertain. Terrorism is the new warfare of the A Comprehensive History of the Terrorist Organizations Waging War in the 21st Century In the wake of the attacks against America on September 11, 2001, we have become aware that a new, almost invisible war is raging worldwide. The enemies are often unknown and unseen, the fronts shifting and unclear, the defense against attack uncertain. Terrorism is the new warfare of the 21st century, yet its soldiers remain shrouded in mystery. This series lifts the veil covering some of the world's most secretive, mysterious, and dangerous terrorist organizations. In addition to examining the terrorists' violent tactics, each title also offers an analysis of the group's motives, beliefs, and grievances. Following an overview of the group's history, aims, leadership, and membership, the centerpiece of each book is the events surrounding the group's most notorious attack and its aftermath. As much a study of what gives rise to these groups as an examination of the violence they wreak, these books provide an invaluable glimpse into the inner workings of the world's most shadowy armies. Taken together, they form a comprehensive history of the "new warfare." The profoundly sad and bitter story of Irish resistance to Britain's occupation and administration of the six counties of Northern Ireland extends over 800 years and encompasses suffering on both sides of the conflict. The Catholic Irish, the Protestant Irish, and the British armed forces have, until recently, seemed caught up in an unbreakable cycle of violence and tragedy. Susie Derkins untangles this long history of grievance and retribution, while carefully examining the latest and most promising efforts by all sides to find peace andreconciliation.

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