WW III

WW III In the Pacific Off Koreans east cost miles south of the DMZ six Russian made TU M backfires come in low carrying two seven hundred pound cluster bombs three one thousand pound iron bombs te

  • Title: WW III
  • Author: Ian Slater
  • ISBN: 9780449145623
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the Pacific Off Koreans east cost, 185 miles south of the DMZ, six Russian made TU 22M backfires come in low, carrying two seven hundred pound cluster bombs, three one thousand pound iron bombs, ten one thousand pound concrete piercing bombs, and fifty two hundred pound FAEs.In Europe Twenty Soviet Warsaw Pact infantry divisions and four thousand tanks begin to moveIn the Pacific Off Koreans east cost, 185 miles south of the DMZ, six Russian made TU 22M backfires come in low, carrying two seven hundred pound cluster bombs, three one thousand pound iron bombs, ten one thousand pound concrete piercing bombs, and fifty two hundred pound FAEs.In Europe Twenty Soviet Warsaw Pact infantry divisions and four thousand tanks begin to move They are preceded by hundreds of strike aircraft All are pointed toward the Fulda Gap And World War III begins

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    1. Whilst this book isn't some award winning literary work, it still is quite entertaining. It's all about an escalation between North & South Korea that spirals out of control dragging the world into armed conflict. The escalation and battles are realistic, with the novel being set in 1990, so whilst the technology and warfare isn't to today's standards the details are correct for the period (including North Korea's leader being Kim Il-sung).Towards the latter half as things heat up the book b [...]

    2. This books catching title caught my eye when I was scanning my fathers bookshelf, looking for a book and I'm happy it did. After I picked it up and read the back, I wanted to read it even more. The quote on the back was responsible,"Twenty Soviet Warsaw Pact infantry divisions and four thousand tanks began to move. They are preceded by hundreds of strike aircraft: SU-24/Fencers for ground support and MiG-29s with air-to-air Alamo and antiradiation, antiradar air-to-surface missiles, with Russian [...]

    3. I read this book originally not long after it came out then some years later got the whole series through WW III: South China Sea (the whole series at the time). This is essentially a review of the series as a whole.Unfortunately, for a series that went as long as it did the books are not very impressive despite a strong effort for military detail. The first book was easily the best, the next few are okay, but by the time the series and it's titular conflict shifts from Europe to Asia it is real [...]

    4. What an excellent read, I would definitely suggest this to anyone. It was very believable, and would not be out of place in today's news. This is the first book in the series, it was fast moving and a real page turner.There are many books in the series which I shall definitely be reading, Ian Slater is an excellent author.

    5. First of 10 books about WWIII erupting right after the Gorbachev era. Great alternate history that is an extremely technical description of what war would have looked like in that era. Given that I left the Army in 1984, this is the war I would have fought.

    6. This book is a good book tends to jump around alot from one event to the next.But it's kind of scary though it realy gets you to thinking this could happen.The author makes it sound so real that your are right there.

    7. A handful of interesting characters a bunch of stereotypes and a whole heck of a lot rote military formation obsessiveness. I can tolerate a lot of potboilers, but this one was brought down by an unpalatable writing style.

    8. I liked the subject and the way the conflict unfolded yet stopped reading two thirds of the way through the book because of the lack of character development and techno jargon.

    9. Thought I'd try something different. Half way through and enjoying the strategy side of it and some of the stereotypes are grating a little but not bad so far.

    10. Первые пару книг ещё можно читать, дальше автора несет

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