Smuggling, secret identities, and espionage: the true story of Kuwait’s resistance
The Edge of War: Kuwait’s Underground Resistance (Khafji 1990~1991) tells the little-known story of the brave men and women who joined the resistance and fought against the overwhelming might of the Iraqi military. Often relying on savvy rather than strength, Kuwait's resistance made a measurable difference in the battle for liberation, and this is their story.
|Publisher:||Can of Worms Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 9.50(h) x 2.10(d)|
About the Author
Alex Darwin is the literary pen name of a veteran British reporter who, as a foreign correspondent for several Fleet Street newspapers, covered many events that changed history in the Middle East and Africa over the past four decades. He reported on the Iraqi Ba’athist campaign against the Kurds in the 1970s, covered the 1979 Iranian revolution and the subsequent Iraq-Iran war, alternating between the two sides.