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Back Fire: The Tragic Story of Friendly Fire in Warfare from Ancient Times to the Gulf War
Geoffrey Regan. This startling & revelatory study presents a chilling expose of war’s most incomprehensible tragedies: ‘friendly fire’, the euphemism commonly used for being killed by one’s own colleagues or allies, presumably in error. Covering a sweep of history from the days of Alexander the Great to the 20th century -- including Korea, Vietnam, the Falklands & the Gulf War -- the author describes the incidents of friendly fire in detail & examines the causes behind them. This harrowing & engrossing study examines the truth behind the most tragic examples of military incompetence & sheds new light on a sadly ancient problem.
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