By Nate Jones,Thomas S. Blanton
What the West didn’t comprehend on the time was once that the Soviets idea Operation capable Archer eighty three used to be actual and have been actively getting ready for a shock missile assault from NATO. This shut scrape with Armageddon used to be mostly unknown until eventually final October whilst the U.S. executive published a ninety-four-page presidential research of capable Archer that the nationwide safety Archive had spent over a decade attempting to declassify. Able Archer 83 is predicated upon greater than 1000 pages of declassified records that archive staffer Nate Jones has pried free from a number of U.S. executive companies and British files, in addition to from previously labeled Soviet Politburo and KGB documents, vividly recreating the ambience that just about unleashed nuclear war.
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Able Archer 83: The Secret History of the NATO Exercise That Almost Triggered Nuclear War by Nate Jones,Thomas S. Blanton