World Depleted Uranium/Uranium Weapons Conference
ÒThe Trojan Horses of Nuclear WarÓ
Held in Hamburg Germany, Oct. 16-18, 2003
> over 200 pages in English
> papers and transcripts
from 35 presenters
> resolutions and action
> bibliographies and
> available March 7th
> Cost: Û20 ($25 US) plus postage
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> Website: After March 1st, the order form will be available on the Conference website for downloading at: http://www.uraniumweaponsconference.de
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NOTES: Funds generated from the sale of the Conference Proceedings will go not only to cover the printing costs of the books; but, any surplus funds generated will be used EXCLUSIVELY to fund and support worthwhile DU/UW efforts around the globe. Thank you for your order, and your support.
This Proceedings is dedicated to the memory and work of Dr. Alim Yacoub of Iraq, a DU researcher, who was killed tragically in a car accident in Iraq on January 27, 2004.