Blind Fire (The Zone, Book 2) by James Rouch

By James Rouch

Within the warfare OF the next day to come, THERE’LL BE NO SURVIVORS!

The death-filled battleground often called The quarter is turning out to be higher by means of the day. Soviet T84s and quad-barrelled flak-wagons increase during the German geographical region spewing deadly chemical substances and tactical nuclear guns, leaving a residing hell of their wake. The 3rd conflict of Frankfurt has began in a savage frenzy of blood and fireplace as superpowers use superweapons to struggle for keep watch over of Western Europe.

American significant Revell and British Sergeant Hyde of the joint NATO strike strength have their orders: hold up the Communist column. yet Revell may be damned if he'll possibility the lives of his males simply to purchase a couple of awful mins. He'll do greater than hold up the column—he'll damage it! just a madman could tackle Shilka anti-aircraft tanks with a few superseded mines and some Dragon rocket launchers. yet madness is a life-style amid the carnage and chaos of... THE quarter.

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All that te Water could 22 South Africa, Colonial Powers and (African Defence' present to Malan by way of practical results, therefore, was the 'generally agreed' suggestion 'that a candid exchange of thoughts and of information on these different issues, whenever opportunity presented itself, would be needed against the time when it would become imperative to meet together to discuss anyone of them'. (This included the exchange of information on 'communist subversion' between the security services of the African powers, to which te Water's mission does seem to have provided some impetus, in Kenya and Belgium at any rate.

For the Union commitment to the Middle East was not embodied in a treaty but only in agreed minutes of the talks. Moreover, its details were not released to the public and - although it subsequently became known that some sort of promise had been made to Britain - its existence thus remained shadowy. In short, this explicit commitment was nothing more than an clement in the entente which had now been created between Britain and Nationalist South Africa. Just how 'firm' this would prove to be would have to await events.

16 An offer of this kind, Alexander was reported as informing the Commonwealth Secretary, Philip Noel-Baker, on 18 July, 'might well enable him to conclude a really satisfactory over-all defence agreement with South Africa'. 17 Alexander, however, had not pulled the Simons town idea out of his hat purely in an attempt to obtain additional leverage over Erasmus. Faced with serious overall financial difficulties, the Attlee government was at this time casting round for savings which might be made on defence.

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