How South African Built Six Atom Bombs and Then Abandoned its Nuclear Weapons Program. – Venter, Al J

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Despite extensive underlining and some marginalia it is an insightful account of what a small country like South Africa could achieve with limited human resources. Illustrated with almost 100 photos, sketches, cutaways and diagrams – many never published before. Handwritten page from owner tipped in at the rear. 233 Pages. 1st Edition. Condition: Fair to good. Reading copy due to extensive underlining. Binding: Softcover. Thick card-wraps wth edge-wear. Plastic laminated covering starting to peel off at the lower spine edge.

Publisher: Ashanti Publishing
Date Published: 2008
Publication Place: Johannesburg
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Fair to good. Reading copy due to extensive underlining.
Binding: Softcover. Thick card-wraps wth edge-wear. Plastic laminated covering peeling off at the lower spine edge.

Dimensions: 8vo. 23cm x 15.5cm x 2cm

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Weight 700 g