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The Invisible Enemy

Release date: 23 May 2023
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A translation of Girish Kuber's Yuddha Jivanche, this book explores the history of biological and... Read More

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A translation of Girish Kuber's Yuddha Jivanche, this book explores the history of biological and chemical warfare and weapons development. It takes the reader on a rollercoaster journey from historical times to the present.

The Invisible Enemy opens our eyes to how multinational companies and developed nations are working to create some of the most dangerous viruses and biological weapons which can destroy humanity.

Chemical and pharma companies have also been the producers of weapons of mass destruction and benefitted from it-be it BASF which produced chemical weapons in World War I, or ICI, the British chemical company which produced a chemical causing blindness. Sandoz, another company, produced LSD, which was part of a chemical warfare project. The British used opium to create drug addicts in the Afghan war.

The Invisible Enemy is a timely reminder, and hopefully a wake-up call, to humankind that is fast hurtling towards its own destruction.

Product Details

Title: The Invisible Enemy
Author: Girish Kuber
Publisher: HarperCollins India
SKU: BK0476673
EAN: 9789356296909
Number Of Pages: 256 pages
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Release date: 23 May 2023

About Author

Girish Kuber is the editor of the Marathi daily Loksatta of the Indian Express Group. He is the author of The Tatas: How a Family Built a Business and a Nation. His forthcoming book is Maha Rashtra: The Making of a Renaissance State. He has written six books in Marathi and lives in Mumbai. Subha Pande is a multilingual translator and has translated Kaajal Oza Vaidya's Krishnayan into English (Eka, 2021), Kavita Kane's Sita's Sister and Fisher Queen's Dynasty into Hindi. She has also translated six novellas and a short story collection by Sivasankari into English. Subha is also a certified yoga instructor. She lives in Vadodara with her writer husband, Vikrant Pande.

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