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eBook The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq ePub

by KENNETH R. TIMMERMAN

  • ISBN: 0553406248
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: KENNETH R. TIMMERMAN
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BANTAM BOOKS (1992)
  • Pages: 576
  • ePub book: 1367 kb
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Published in the .  . The book was well-received, and is still considered the "Bible" onIraq's arms industry by many experts. But don't take my word for i. ead what the critics say. The Death Lobby Contents. Map of Iraqi Weapons Plants.

In 1991, Timmerman published The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq after the Gulf Wa. Kenneth R. Timmerman" Contemporary Authors Online Gale 2002 published on Biography Resource Center Thomson Gale 2005.

In 1991, Timmerman published The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq after the Gulf War. Timmerman advised the United Nations Special Commission for the Disarmament of Iraq on the location of weapons plants. In 1993, Timmerman returned to the US where he worked as a member of the staff of the . House Committee on International Relations. In 1995, he founded the Foundation for Democracy in Iran with Peter Rodman, Joshua Muravchick and Iranian opposition expatriates to attempt to topple the Iranian government.

Iraq's build up by the west alleviates many of the criticisms against the United States for its minor role in helping .

Iraq's build up by the west alleviates many of the criticisms against the United States for its minor role in helping Saddam fight the Iranians and clearly explains America's reasons for attempting to subvert the expansionalism of Russian and Iranian influence in the Gulf.

The Death Lobby answers these questions and exposes the truth behind the bribery and subterfuge that brought about deals with companies and commercial contacts for arms and embargoed technology - and th.

The Death Lobby answers these questions and exposes the truth behind the bribery and subterfuge that brought about deals with companies and commercial contacts for arms and embargoed technology - and the conspiracy of silence in London.

The Death Lobby book. This book can be used as a template for many a suspense novels for years to come. The Death Lobby would have happily continued to supply Iraq with anything it required if only Saddam Hussein was not in such a hurry for Arab domination. But dictator is a dictator and sooner or later becomes completely detached from reality, choosing to instead believe in his own self created delusion.

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How could the West not have known about this massive arsenal before the recent Gulf War? . By Kenneth R.

How could the West not have known about this massive arsenal before the recent Gulf War? Timmerman's answer is that Western governments did know, since they were often responsible for the supplies of equipment and technology. Each month brings new information about the extent of Iraq's programs for nuclear weapons, missiles and other weapons of mass destruction.

In 1991, Timmerman published "The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq" after the Gulf War. Timmerman advised the United Nations Special Commission for the Disarmament of Iraq on the location of alleged secret weapons plants

In 1991, Timmerman published "The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq" after the Gulf War. Timmerman advised the United Nations Special Commission for the Disarmament of Iraq on the location of alleged secret weapons plants.

The Death Lobby: How the West Armed Iraq Houghton Mifflin Boston 1991. The BNL Blunder: How the . Policy Allowed a Bank in Atlanta to Finance Saddam Hussein's War Machine Simon Wiesenthal Center Los Angeles 1991. American support for Ba'athist Iraq during the Iran–Iraq War, in which it fought against post-revolutionary Iran, included several billion dollars' worth of economic aid, the sale of dual-use technology, non-U. origin weaponry, military intelligence, and special operations training. did not directly supply arms to Iraq.

Months after the triumph of Operation Desert Storm, the questions remain: what is Iraq's military capability? Where did Saddam Hussein get the armaments to provoke the Gulf war? What did he have and what does he have left? The Death Lobby answers these questions and exposes the truth behind the bribery and subterfuge that brought about deals with companies and commercial contactsfor arms and embargoed technology - and the conspiracy ofsilence in London, Washington, Paris, and Bonn, where repeatedwarnings of Iraq's true intentions were ignored ...Through his exhaustive research, Kenneth Timmerman proves that Saddam Hussein could never have brought about the Gulf war without the co-operation of Western governments and the decaying Soviet empire. His remarkable investigation has prompted questions in Parliament and has, at last, focused world attention on the insatiable greed and ambition that compromised world peace.The inescapable truth today is that yesterday's lessons have still tobe learnt... world peace still hangs in the balance ... the warningscan no longer be ignored.'Filled with carefully researched information about how greed for profits leads companies to support an unscrupulous dictator...' Simon WiesenthalThoroughly readable ... The Death Lobby describes a global arms supply system that is almost completely out of control...' Bulletin of Atomic Scientists