Hidden Casualties: Environmental, Health and Political Consequences of the Persian Gulf War

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This volume reveals the full extent of the 1991 Persian Gulf War's devastation (including oil spills seventy times larger than the Exxon Valdez disaster, how the West armed Iraq, the link between oil fires and the storms that devastated Bangladesh and China in 1991, and the impact on Iraqi, Kuwaiti, and Palestinian women and Desert Storm veterans) and how it has been deliberately played down and covered up in official accounts. arc/Arms Control Research Center is a public interest organization of scientists, economists, ...

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