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by Mark Urban
Author: Mark Urban
Publisher: St. Martin's Press (1988)
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by Mark L. Urban (Author). For nearly a decade Afghanistan has been the battlefield for the murderous contest between Soviet-style communism and fundamentalist Islam.
by Mark L. ISBN-13: 978-0333432648. This book is the first attempt to analyze the over-all course of the military struggle as well as the tactics and operations of the protagonists.
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Authors: Urban, Mark. This description of the military struggle for Afghanistan concerns the objectives, operations, tactics and effectiveness of the forces involved in that struggle
Authors: Urban, Mark. eBook 109,99 €. This description of the military struggle for Afghanistan concerns the objectives, operations, tactics and effectiveness of the forces involved in that struggle. The aim is to describe the war as objectively and in as much detail as possible. Show all. Table of contents (14 chapters).
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Educated at the independent day schools Rokeby School and King's College School in Wimbledon, South London, Urban continued his education at the London School of Economics.
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Mark has covered diplomatic and defence matters for more than 20 years at. .in Afghanistan and Iraq; and the Arab Spring He is also the author of several books on military matters, both current an.
Mark has covered diplomatic and defence matters for more than 20 years at the BB. in Afghanistan and Iraq; and the Arab Spring. Before joining the BBC as a reporter he was Defence correspondent for The Independent newspaper for four years, covering the end of the Cold War and the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. He is also the author of several books on military matters, both current and historical. Mark read International Relations at the London School of Economics and served for a short time in the British Army.
The US has repeatedly misdiagnosed the war in Afghanistan. Former soldier, Andrew Exum, tells us about flawed policy, unhappy outcomes and what could and should have been different. 1. Afghanistan: A Cultural and Political History by Thomas Barfield & Thomas Barfield.