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The Disaster Survival Handbook - Escape Evasion and Survival #7 - cover

The Disaster Survival Handbook - Escape Evasion and Survival #7

Sam Fury

Publisher: Survival Fitness Plan

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Summary

Do You Know How to Survive a Disaster? 
  
If the answer is "NO" then "The Disaster Survival Handbook" is a MUST-HAVE! 
  
This is a no-nonsense reference book on how to stay alive during man-made and natural disasters. 
  
It will also teach you the basics of prepping so you can survive the aftermath. 
  
Prepare yourself with the knowledge you need, because you never know when disaster will strike! 
  
Get it now. 
  
Knowledge is Your Best Disaster Survival Tool 
Learn the disaster preparedness and recovery steps in case of...FireAnimal attacksTornadoNuclear AttackTsunamiPlane CrashBiological contaminationVolcanic EruptionEarthquakeAvalancheFloodHurricaneSandstormBlizzardPublic shootings 
... and many others! 
  
Also Learn the Fundamentals of PreppingHow and what to stockpile in case there is a breakdown in societyIdeas on how to sustain your survival needs indefinitely if neededBugging in/outCaches and Bug Out Bags (BOB's)What extra security measures to take when the rule of law is no longer in effect 
... and more. 
  
Includes 4 Bonuses! 
Get your copy of "The Disaster Survival Handbook" today and you will also receive:A critical first aid guide including an emergency first aid cheat sheet.The 16 principles of self-defense. Fundamental lessons to protect yourself from violent attacks.Special Report: How to run up walls.The useful knots cheat sheet. 
This book is a must-have in your disaster survival kit, because the information will save your life! 
  
Get it now.

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