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1. Rolling Thunder: Turning Junk into Automobile Weaponry - Ryan Kephart 1992

Arm your car with these plans for harassment devices and deadly weapons. Includes step-by-step instructions and clear diagrams for a smoke screen, oil slick, shocking seat belt, road mines, remote-controlled firearms and 10 more destructive devices. Only simple tools and junk are required. For information purposes only.

2. Sneak It Through: Smuggling Made Easy - andy kane 1980

This book covers the concealment places he couldn't fit into Duty Free. In here, he explains how to improvise large and small stash areas where no one will look. It includes instructions for transforming ordinary items into secure, made-to-order hiding places, info on security evasion and airdrop techniques and improvised landing strips. With these tips you can use almost anything as a hiding place from medicine to the Bible to fruit. For academic study only.

3. PLUTONIUM: A History of the World's Most Dangerous Element - Jeremy Bernstein 2007

When plutonium was first manufactured at Berkeley in the spring of 1941, there was so little of it that it was not visible to the naked eye. It took a year to accumulate enough so that one could actually see it. Now there is so much that we don’t know what to do to get rid of it. We have created a monster.
The history of plutonium is as strange as the element itself. When scientists began looking for it, they did so simply in the spirit of inquiry, not certain whether there were still spots to fill on the periodic table. But the discovery of fission made it clear that this still-hypothetical element would be more than just a scientific curiosity—it could be a powerful nuclear weapon.
As it turned out, it is good for almost nothing else. Plutonium’s nuclear potential put it at the heart of the World War II arms race—the Russians found out about it through espionage, the Germans through independent research, and everybody wanted some. Now, nearly everyone has some—the United States alone has about 47 metric tons—but it has almost no uses besides warmongering. How did the product of scientific curiosity become such a dangerous burden?
In his new history of this complex and dangerous element, noted physicist Jeremy Bernstein describes the steps that were taken to transform plutonium from a laboratory novelty into the nuclear weapon that destroyed Nagasaki. This is the first book to weave together the many strands of plutonium’s story, explaining not only the science but the people involved.

4. To Break A Tyrant's Chains: Neo-Guerrilla Techniques for Combat - Duncan Long 1991

5. Secret Underground Cities - Nick McCamley 2003

Since the end of the First World War Secret bases were created to hide ammounts of supplies, but it was at the begining of the Second World War that vast bases were built. This book is an complete study of all such sites from the central ammunition depot at Corsham which extended over 200 acres underground holding over 350,000 tons of ammunition even complete aircraft engine factories were built underground safe from bombing. Even the countries Art treasures were moved from London to Wales to central Art Repositories for safe keeping the entrances then concealed. The book even continues into the Cold War period.

6. The Global Gamble: Washington's Faustian Bid for World Dominance - peter gowan 1999

In The Global Gamble, Peter Gowan argues that, since the collapse of the Soviet bloc, the US government has been pursuing an attempt to construct a global empire--a unipolar world in which Washington can control and shape the pattern of economic and political change in all regions of the globe. Only by understanding this ambition can we grasp the dynamics of international politics and economics in the contemporary world. Gowan explores the origins and distinctive forms of Washington's imperial project, from the collapse of the Soviet bloc through to the Gulf War of 1991, developments in the European Union, the enlargement of NATO and East Asian financial collapse. He also explores the efforts of various neo-liberal intellectuals to legitimate the American project in terms of liberalism. He concludes that the US Faustian project is almost certainly doomed to failure and unless plans are made now for such an eventuality, the world could face grave and possibly catastrophic breakdowns early in the next century.

7. Encyclopedia of Plague and Pestilence - George C. Kohn 2007

Tracing the history of infectious diseases from the Philistine plague of 11th century BCE to recent SARS and avian flu scares, "Encyclopedia of Plague and Pestilence, Third Edition" is a comprehensive A-Z reference offering international coverage of this timely and fascinating subject.This updated volume provides concise descriptions of more than 700 epidemics, listed alphabetically by location of the outbreak. Each detailed entry includes when and where a particular epidemic began, how and why it happened, whom it affected, how it spread and ran its course, and its outcome and significance. Black-and-white photographs have been added throughout.