ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ASSASSINATIONS A Compendium of Attempted and Successful Assassinations Throughout History.

Author: Sifakis (Carl)
Year: 1993
Publisher: Headline.
Edition Details: UK p/b edn.
Book Condition: Vg+
ISBN: 9780747242369
Price: 4.00
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Paperback. A compelling book documenting the brutal and the expedient, the facts and mysteries surrounding the most significant murders throughout history. From the famous : Julius Caesar, Mahatma Gandhi, John and Robert Kennedy, Czar Nichlas II and Archduke Francis Ferdinand, whose death on the streets of Sarajevo ignited World War I. To the alleged : Pope Leo X in 1521 and Pope John Paul I in 1978. And the attempted : Margaret Thatcher, Fidel Castro, Elizabeth I, Pope John Paul II and Adolf Hitler. Over 350 entries make up this international and comprehensive compendium of the darkest side to world politics. Illus., Appendix, Select Bibliog. and Index. 498pp. p/back. V. lightly browned edges o/w Vg+

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