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Crisis Survival - Earthquakes Floods Fires Airplane Crashes Terrorism and Much More - cover

Crisis Survival - Earthquakes Floods Fires Airplane Crashes Terrorism and Much More

Alexander Stilwell

Publisher: Amber Books Ltd

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What do you do if your aircraft ditches at sea? Or your building is on fire? Or you are the victim of a terrorist attack? Would you make the right decision to save yourself and the lives of others? Crisis Survival is a complete handbook to any crisis that may suddenly arise, from food or water shortages, to natural disasters, to plane crashes and hostage situations. A crisis might last a few hours, days, or even years – with this book you can be ready for any eventuality. With easy-to-follow illustrations and handy lists of key information, Crisis Survival is the definitive crisis survival guide for anyone wanting to be ready for anything – it could literally save your life.

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