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0684871580 Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War
by Judith Miller, Stephen Engelberg, William J. Broad
5 out of 5 stars 
Three reporters from The New York Times survey the recent history of biological weapons and sound an alarm about the coming threat of the "poor man's hydrogen bomb." Germs begins ominously enough, recounting the chilling attack by the followers of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh in 1984 on the Dalles, Oregon--no one died, but nearly 1,000 were infected with a strain of salmonella that the cult had  legally obtained, then cultured and distributed.

While the U.S. maintained an active "bugs and gas" program in the '50s and early '60s, bio-weapons were effectively pulled off this  country's agenda in 1972 when countries around the world, led by the United States, forswore development of such weapons at the  Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention. The issue reemerged in the early '90s thanks to Saddam Hussein and revelations of the clandestine and massive buildup of bio-weapons in remote corners of the Soviet Union. The book's description of the Soviet program is  horrific. At its peak the program employed thousands of scientists, developing bio-engineered pathogens as well as producing hundreds of  tons of plague, anthrax, and smallpox annually. The authors conclude that while a biological attack against the United States is not  necessarily inevitable, the danger of bio-weapons is too real to be ignored. Well researched and documented, this book will not  disappoint readers looking for a reliable and sober resource on the topic. --Harry C. Edwards 

0716733013 0716733013 The Eleventh Plague : 
The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare

by Leonard A. Cole
0520222040 0520222040 Anthrax: 
The Investigation of a Deadly Outbreak
by Jeanne Guillemin

Editorial Reviews 
The great equalizer between humans and sheep, anthrax has filled us with morbid curiosity as far back as records exist. Once believed to  be a manifestation of unholy fire, today it is seen as a weapon of deranged terrorists or sinister governments. Medical anthropologist Jeanne Guillemin's Anthrax: The Investigation of a Deadly Outbreak examines the 1979 deaths of 64 Soviet citizens in the Ural  mountains. Blamed at the time on tainted meat, Guillemin's team proved that a plume of spores from a nearby military site caused the event (Boris Yeltsin admitted this much at about the same time). Not just a medical detective story, Guillemin's book is also an insightful  look into the effects such an outbreak has on survivors and a penetrating analysis of the prospects of biological warfare in the  not-too-distant future. Starting in the local cemetery to find the victims' identities the KGB had long ago seized their records--the team  interviews survivors and kin, unleashing long-repressed feelings and yielding valuable information about those struck down. Ultimately, despite interference from the Russian military and civil service, the tainted meat hypothesis is refuted and clear evidence of illegal and dangerous research released. The reader is left to wonder about one Russian's suggestion that if the wind had changed course one day in 1979, hundreds of thousands might have died. Where does that leave us today? --Rob Lightner

0516233378 0516233378 Chemical and Biological Weapons: 
Anthrax and Sarin (High-Tech  Military Weapons)

by Gregory Payan
0385334966 0385334966 Biohazard: 
The Chilling True Story of the Largest Covert Biological Weapons Program in the World--Told from Inside by   the Man Who Ran It
by Ken Alibek, Stephen Handelman (Contributor) 
In this fast-paced memoir, Ken Alibek combines cutting-edge science with the  narrative techniques of a thriller to describe some of the most awful weapons  imaginable. The result will remind readers of The Hot Zone, Richard Preston's smart  bestseller about the Ebola virus. That book focuses on the dangers of a freak  accident; Biohazard shows how disease can become a deliberate tool of war. Alibek, once a top scientist in the Soviet Union's biological weapons program, describes putting anthrax on a warhead and targeting a city on the other side of the world. "A hundred kilograms of anthrax spores would, in optimal atmospheric conditions, kill up  to three million people in any of the densely populated metropolitan areas of the  United States," he writes. "A single SS-18 [missile] could wipe out the population of a city as large as New York." 

096654370X 096654370X First Responder Chem-Bio Handbook
by Ben N. Venzke (Editor)

National Military Intelligence Association (NMIA) Zgram - March 19, 1998  This is a super book! It doesn't drone on and on about the composition and history of Chemical and Biological Weapons - it is indeed a First Responder's Handbook providing initial assessment, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, decontamination and precautions. There is also a section devoted to the establishment of a decontaminization zone. Very fine work. 

DERA International WMD Preparedness Director Bascombe J. Wilson, CEM, Former Commander, USAF Emergency  Services Team   "I found this handbook to be authoritative, easily used in the field under adverse weather and light conditions, and excellent for classroom or exercise use." 

0966543718 0966543718 Chem-Bio: Frequently Asked Questions
by Barbara Graves (Editor)

Book Description 
The Chem-Bio: Frequently Asked Questions (CB-FAQ) book is designed to assist those who suddenly need to quickly develop a working knowledge of chem-bio terrorism or who need a quick refresher on various aspects of chem-bio. The 164 page 5 x 6.5 inch  pocket-sized book is in a question and answer format and has been written for people who do not have a scientific background in  chem-bio. 

0871138301 0871138301 Scourge : The Once and Future Threat of Smallpox
by Jonathan B. Tucker




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