Author of the new book, Dirty War: Rhodesia and Chemical Biological Warfare 1975-1980, Glenn Cross, PhD joined me to discuss the book, give some history on the government’s long counterinsurgency against native African nationalists and the top secret use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW).
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Dear Outbreak News Today,
I’m a Dutch historian trying to contact mister Cross about this book.
So far without any luck. Is there a way you could help me with this?
Thank you in advance for your reply,