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New York: E. P. Dutton & Company, 1923. Hardcover. 282 pages. Illustrations. Tables. Index. Weakness to front board. Soiling inside rear flyleaf. Rear board soiled. Some wear to spine. With a preface by Marshal Foch. An account of the critical struggle for power and for the decisive war initiative. The campaign fostered by the great Rhine factories, and the pressing problems which they represent. A matter of preeminent public interest concerning the sincerity of disarmament, the future of warfare, and the stability of peace. The book describes the development of chemical (gas) warfare in a most readable fashion. The main idea of the book was to dissuade the League of Nations from banning chemical weapons since, at the time, the Allies had the ascendancy.
Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xviii, 217,  pages. Filmography. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Jerry Lembcke earned his Ph.D. in Sociology in 1978 from the University of Oregon. He is Associate Professor Emeritus of Sociology and has taught Development of Social Theory, Sociology of Power, and, recently, Reading the Times. Professor Lembcke's research interest centers on media (re)constructions and myth-making. His recent book is Hanoi Jane: War, Sex, and Fantasies of Betrayal. CNN's Tailwind Tale explores the power of myth in shaping memories of the Vietnam War among those who felt soldiers were betrayed by liberal elites. The book contains detailed discussions of postwar media, literature, and politics.
Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 1963. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. , 389, pages. Illustrations. Figures. Formulas. Tables. Tabular Information. Technical Appendices. Notes. References and Selected Reading. Index. Thomas L. Martin, Jr. 1921–2009 retired after serving as president of Illinois Institute of Technology between 1974 and 1987. Other leadership experiences included Dean of Engineering at the University of Arizona, University of Florida and Southern Methodist University. During World War II he served in the Army and was awarded a Bronze Star. After the war he attended Stanford University where he received his Ph.D. He was a Fellow of IEEE and an honoree in the Hall of Fame of ASEE. Martin’s multidimensionality is evidenced by his authorship of eight books including Strategy for Survival, Ultrahigh Frequency Engineering and Electronic Circuits. Donald C. Latham was the first Assistant Secretary of Defense (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence). This was a new position. Mr. Latham has been serving as Deputy Under Secretary of Defense. Previously, he was with the Riverside Research Institute in 1980-1981; division vice president, engineering, at RCA Corp., government systems division, in Moorestown, NJ (1978-1980); director of engineering at Martin Marietta Aerospace, Orlando division, in 1977-1978; Deputy Chief, Office of Microwave, Space, and Mobile Systems, Department of Defense, in 1974-1977; Chief, Engineering Staff, National Security Agency, European Headquarters, in 1971-1974; and at Martin Marietta Aerospace, Orlando division, in 1963-1971.
Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998. First Paperback Printing [Stated]. Trade paperback. xxii, , 236,  pages. Foreword by Lieutenant General Daniel R. Schroeder, U.S. Army (Ret.). Glossary. Notes. Selected Bibliography. Index. Al Mauroni is the Director of the U.S. Air Force Center for Unconventional Weapons Studies at Maxwell Air Force Base. He oversees education and research on issues related to nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons at the Air University. He has more than 30 years experience in DoD countering weapons of mass destruction policy and program development. He has developed and coordinated joint concepts, strategic plans, information papers, budget analyses, and related briefings within the areas of passive defense, consequence management, and homeland defense/civil support. Over his career, he has worked C-WMD issues for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and Joint Chiefs of Staff. This has included supporting the initial stand-up and management of the DoD Chemical-Biological Defense Program; supporting counterproliferation policy and budget analysis for the Joint Staff J5 and J8; establishing the Joint Requirements Office for CBRN Defense; and modernizing Air Force C-WMD capabilities.