7 edition of The Deaths of the Cold War Kings found in the catalog.
December 2000 by Cemetery Dance Publications .
Written in English
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THE DEATHS OF THE COLD WAR KINGS is basically the tale of this: US supports Vietnamese President Diem, Diem terrorizes Buddhists and embarrasses US. Diem cuts deal with Marseille Mob in France to maintain the supply of opium, and thus heroin, harveted and run from South Vietnam to the States through the US Mob/5(5).
But the book also contains some answers to the bigger questions that surround JFK's death. THE DEATHS OF THE COLD WAR KINGS is basically the tale of this: US supports Vietnamese President Diem, Diem terrorizes Buddhists and embarrasses US/5(5).
The Deaths of the Cold War Kings by Bradley O'Leary and Edward Lee. About the Book: FACT: President John Fitzgerald Kennedy vigorously supported the coup d'etat that resulted in the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem, the duly elected President of South Vietnam.
Twenty-one days later, Kennedy himself was assassinated. FACT. The Deaths of the Cold War Kings: The Assassinations of Diem & JFK. In this analysis of the assassinations of South Vietnamese leader Ngo Dinh Diem and President Kennedy, journalist O'Leary (Presidential Follies) and novelist Lee (The Stickmen, etc.) promise a lot more than they deliver.
THE DEATHS OF THE COLD WAR KINGS (co-author, Bradley O'Leary) Trade Hardcover. Cemetery Dance Publications, FACT: President John Fitzgerald Kennedy vigorously supported the coup d'etat that resulted in the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem, the duly elected President of South Vietnam.
Twenty-one days later, Kennedy himself was assassinated. I am inclined to agree with the first two reviews for this book and offer up my own thoughts on `White King and Red Queen'. Whilst very well written and fascinating for someone interested in Chess, this book places way too much importance on Chess in the political events of the Cold War /5(17).
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