Gulf War: The Complete Story./ Point of No Return: The War in the Gulf

Dudley, James; Fox, Bette-Lee
August 1991
Library Journal;8/1/1991, Vol. 116 Issue 13, p157
Entertainment Review
Reviews two video recordings about the Gulf War. "Gulf War: The Complete Story"; "Point of No Return: The War in the Gulf."


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