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The Deadly Game of Nations

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To explain the link between war and nationalism, The Deadly Game of Nations focuses on the Middle East, a volatile area claimed by many nations. While making a film about sovereignty, the film crew unexpectedly found itself amidst the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon. From the war-torn streets of Beirut to the Golan Heights and the border kibbutz of Kfar Giladi, the film provides a close-up view of the devastating effect of continuous war on the lives of both soldiers and civilians. Part four of the seven-part series War, hosted by Gwynne Dyer, examining the nature, evolution and consequences of modern warfare.

1983, 56 min 40 s

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