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Book Mark Wolverton (2022)
Nuclear Weapons. (/isis/citation/CBB828953046/) unapi

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Euromissiles: The Nuclear Weapons That Nearly Destroyed NATO. (/isis/citation/CBB508430688/) unapi

Article Alex Souchen (October 2021)
An Exceptional Mortality: Dumped Munitions, Inconclusive Science, and the Mass Death of Oysters in the Thames Estuary after the First World War. Environmental History (pp. 696-723). (/isis/citation/CBB562504251/) unapi

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Delta of Power: The Military-Industrial Complex. (/isis/citation/CBB562475074/) unapi

Article Anthony Eames (July 2021)
A "Corruption of British Science?": The Strategic Defense Initiative and British Technology Policy. Technology and Culture (pp. 812-838). (/isis/citation/CBB625249269/) unapi

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Front-line Fowl: Messenger Pigeons as Communications Technology in the U.S. Army. History and Technology (pp. 203-246). (/isis/citation/CBB716948605/) unapi

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The Fieseler Fi 156 Storch: The First STOL Aircraft. (/isis/citation/CBB074096626/) unapi

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A-7 Corsair II Units, 1975-91. (/isis/citation/CBB449658053/) unapi

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‘The silent fight’: submarine rearmament and the origins of Japan’s military engagement with the Cold War, 1955–76. Cold War History (pp. 91-111). (/isis/citation/CBB287366616/) unapi

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Rational Fog: Science and Technology in Modern War. (/isis/citation/CBB288340102/) unapi

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The Norden Bombsight and the U.S. Naval Proving Ground. Air Power History (pp. 27-34). (/isis/citation/CBB175010959/) unapi

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