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The Mini-Nuke Conspiracy How Mandela Inherited a Nuclear Nightmare; SE Faber by Peter Hounam

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Published by Viking Adult .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Africa - South - Republic of South Africa,
  • General,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Nuclear Proliferation,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Military policy,
  • Nuclear weapons,
  • South Africa,
  • Politics/International Relations

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9548414M
ISBN 100670869252
ISBN 109780670869251
OCLC/WorldCa33921391

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Peter Houman and Steve McQuillan's book " Mini-Nuke Conspiracy: Mandela's Nuclear Nightmare " claimed that South Africa did not destroy all its nuclear weapons in , as it was initially claimed by the then State President F. W. de Klerk, and that the nuclear weapons programme had been far more sophisticated than de Klerk had admitted. The book features over 4-color images, industry insider sidebars, as well as an entire chapter dedicated to real-world Nuke case studies. tweet The Mini Nuke Conspiracy. The Mini-nuke Conspiracy: Mandela's Nuclear Nightmare Hardcover – 23 Oct by Peter Hounam (Author), Steve McQuillan (Author)5/5(3). According to Hounam and McQuillan in their book "The Mini-Nuke Conspiracy: Mandela's Nuclear Nightmare" South Africa developed bombs, battlefield nuclear shells, missile launchers and remote-guided bombs in a far larger nuclear program than apartheid-era rulers ever admitted. The revelation that the Republic had six nuclear devices and was busy.

The Mini-Nuke Conspiracy: How Mandela Inherited a Nuclear Nightmare about nuclear weapons in South Africa, Viking (1 October ) ISBN   (with Steve McQuillan) Who Killed Diana? with Derek McAdam, , ISBN     Last year a Finnish military expert put it all together and argued that mini nukes were planted in the basement of the WTC. The question is now being asked - and it makes Hounam's book about red mercury, miniature nukes, the end of apartheid and pure fusion more timely than ever.5/5(3). In , he exposed the dangerous world of international cigarette smuggling for BBC Television and in the same year, he won the What-The Papers-Say award for 'Scoop of the Year' when he leaked the British is the author of The Woman From Mossad and Operation Cyanide, and co-author of The Secret Cult and The Mini-Nuke Conspiracy.5/5(1). Summary In , F.W. de Clerk admitted to the world that South Africa's apartheid regime had secretly built six atom bombs, pledging however that all had been destroyed. Revealing evidence to the contrary, the authors suggest that the world has been deceived, creating a nuclear nightmare for Mandela. (source: Nielsen Book Data).