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Title
Hostage - the history, facts & reasoning behind hostage taking
Author
John C Griffiths
format
Hardback
Publisher
Carlton Publishing Group
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20031001

Hostage is a highly topical study of the phenomenon of hostage taking, both historically and in the world today. It explores such areas as the history of hostage taking and how it has evolved, the seizing of hostages, the treatment of hostages and the relationship that develops between captor and captive, escapes and releases, negotiations, the trauma and subsequent long-term effects, and the response by the government andpolice to hostage-taking. Drawing on a large number of individual cases and in dialogue with many key hostages, terrorists, and negotiators, John C. Griffiths dramatically re-creates the main hostage events of the post-War era and asks how effective it is as a means to an end.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Hostages.|Hostages - Case studies.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
256

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