Disinformation in Iraq

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Our frequent contributor John B. Dwyer has a column today in the Washington Times, entitled "Disinformation on Iraq." Readers familiar with his work as a military historian will not be surprised at the historical perspective he brings to present—day disinformation.

Speaking of his work as a military historian, John's book Commandos From The Sea: The History of Amphibious Special Warfare in WW2 & Korea has been re—issued as a paperback by Paladin Press.  It is a large format paperback with 47 photos (many of them rare) and maps.

Part One looks at the evolution of amphibious warfare doctrine & early special warfare units such as the Scouts & Raiders, OSS Maritime Unit & 7th Amphibious Force Scouts.  Part 2, "Warriors' Sagas," is a compilation of first—hand accounts by or about men who served in the units discussed in Part One. 

Copies can by ordered at the Paladin Press website. Owing to its large format and lavish illustrations, the book costs $30. That is a far lower price than was paid by many of the heroes it chronicles.

Thomas Lifson  1 17 06
    

Our frequent contributor John B. Dwyer has a column today in the Washington Times, entitled "Disinformation on Iraq." Readers familiar with his work as a military historian will not be surprised at the historical perspective he brings to present—day disinformation.

Speaking of his work as a military historian, John's book Commandos From The Sea: The History of Amphibious Special Warfare in WW2 & Korea has been re—issued as a paperback by Paladin Press.  It is a large format paperback with 47 photos (many of them rare) and maps.

Part One looks at the evolution of amphibious warfare doctrine & early special warfare units such as the Scouts & Raiders, OSS Maritime Unit & 7th Amphibious Force Scouts.  Part 2, "Warriors' Sagas," is a compilation of first—hand accounts by or about men who served in the units discussed in Part One. 

Copies can by ordered at the Paladin Press website. Owing to its large format and lavish illustrations, the book costs $30. That is a far lower price than was paid by many of the heroes it chronicles.

Thomas Lifson  1 17 06