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Terroristica

Flags & Emblems of Armed Non-Governmental Organizations

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Hardback

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Terroristica by Konstantin Zharinov
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The aphorism says: "A picture speaks s thousand words", therefore studying the symbolism of armed organisations can throw light on the ideology of armed organisations as well as make the political course and fighting tactics more evident. This book is a guide to the symbolism of armed non-governmental organisations, including terrorists, partisans, separatists, self-defence squads, militias, armed sects, umbrella organisations and also political parties and movements closely tied to armed organisations. The book contains a total of 400 organisations from 90 countries and almost 800 symbols. There are symbols of organisations from a hundred years ago, as well as modern ones. The knowledge of symbolism will allow quick and easy identification of propagandist and program materials of different weaponed movements. Today, despite lots of literature about terrorism, symbolism and armoury, a complete book about the symbols of terrorism and weaponed movements has not been written.
Release date Australia
September 22nd, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
colour illus
Imprint
Nova Science Publishers Inc
Pages
630
Dimensions
260x180x39
ISBN-13
9781607410270
Product ID
3441126

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