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The Third World War
by Gen. Sir John Hackett, & Other Top-Ranking NATO Generals... | Literature & Fiction
Registered by jblueafterglow of Coquitlam, British Columbia Canada on 7/4/2007
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status (set by manlyite): to be read

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Journal Entry 1 by jblueafterglow from Coquitlam, British Columbia Canada on Wednesday, July 04, 2007

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"Creative History", as it says on the back off the book. Book was written in 1978, and it seems WWIII goes down in August 1985. You've been warned.

Adopted more books via beautiful SmellyBelly via her mom courtesy her mom's neighbor. Two plastic shopping bags full. Will be releasing this one sans reading..

Journal Entry 2 by jblueafterglow at The Village in Whistler, British Columbia Canada on Friday, July 13, 2007

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Released 10 yrs ago (7/13/2007 UTC) at The Village in Whistler, British Columbia Canada


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Journal Entry 3 by manlyite from Manly, New South Wales Australia on Thursday, August 02, 2007

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I saw the pages of this book fluttering in the breeze on a stone wall in whistler village, canada, and was very excited to find it confirmed the story told to my lunch companions regarding the existence of a public library being created "some people in england, i think".
I have yet to read the book but will be passing it on again soon. 

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