Terrorism in Today's World - Set of 4

Terrorism in Today's World - Set of 4
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    Format: Library Binding
    Publisher: World Almanac Library
    Series: Terrorism in Todays World
    Ages: 11 to 14
    Size: 7¾ X 10¼
    Total Pages: 48
    For Grades: 5 to 8
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    Inside- The Lima Embassy Siege and Latin American Terrorism

    This compelling series uses the stories of some of the world's worst terrorist attacks as the jumping off point for examining different types of terrorist groups and their supporters, the histories of various terrorist movements, and what is being done to fight terrorism.

    Each book includes:

    • Glossary
    • Index
    • Timeline
    • Further Reading

    Titles include:


    Oklahoma City and Anti-Government Terrorism

    Discusses the bombing of the Oklahoma City Federal Building in 1995 and how the reasons behind the bombing tie into militias and their beliefs, and describes the history of anti-government terrorism.


    Pan Am 103 and State-Sponsored Terrorism

    Describes the events that led to the explosion on Pan Am Flight 103 in December of 1988, the investigation into the bombing, the conclusion that the attack was made by Libyan terrorists, and explains what state-sponsored terrorism is.


    The Lima Embassy Siege and Latin American Terrorism

    Terrorism is a worldwide problem and one of today's most pressing concerns. This compelling series uses the stories of some of the world's most devastating terrorist attacks as the jumping off point for examining different types of terrorist groups and their supporters, the histories of various terrorist movements, and what is being done to fight terrorism.


    The Beslan School Siege and Separatist Terrorism

    Describes the events that occurred during the Besian school siege on September 1, 2004, and other terrorist attacks by Chechens, along with information on other separatist terrorist organizations and attacks around the world.