By Jeremy Stocker
This well-researched publication is basically aimed toward scholars of post-war British overseas and defence regulations, yet can be of curiosity to trained normal readers.
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Britain and Ballistic Missile Defence, 1942-2002 (Strategy and History) by Jeremy Stocker