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Riassunto: MEMORIAL EDITION PUBLISHED IN 2005 - Paperback: This moving book made a big impact internationally when it was first published with British (1986) and US (1987) editions following the original publication in New Zealand. It was described by the New Internationalist magazine (UK) as "one of the iniquitous tales of the nuclear age". The author spent 10 weeks on board the Rainbow Warrior. The new memorial edition has been redesigned and includes new sections and photos, plus a preface by Greenpeace NZ executive and original crew member Bunny McDiarmid and a postscript by the author. More than 60 photos, maps and cartoons are included.
Sinossi: On 10 July 1985, French secret agents bombed the Greenpeace campaign flagship Rainbow Warrior in Auckland Harbour, New Zealand. Portuguese-born photographer Fernando Pereira died in the sabotage outrage that shook the world. The bombed ship was scuttled off a New Zealand bay in 1987 to form a living reef and Rainbow Warrior II was commissioned. In 1996, France ended nuclear tests in Polynesia after further Greenpeace and Pacific protests. This redesigned and revised new "memorial edition" of the original 1986 book contains new material and additional pictures about American and French nuclear testing in the Pacific.
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Descrizione libro New Society Pub. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Good. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Codice libro della libreria G0865711135I3N00