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The officials know they can't possibly let the rest of the world know because the world will then know that Russia is vulnerable. Rather than risk that, a handful of Russian officials come up with a plan to gain control of larger oil supplies. That plan includes what will become a world war with control of NATO at the heart of the conflict.

The attack results in the deaths of several people, including some children. As those "innocent victims" are laid to rest, Russian officials call for retaliation.

The Russian people are spurred to the war and America joins on the side of Germany, as does other world forces. The Russians are led to believe that their military can have a decisive and immediate victory but time passes with the Allied response slowly but surely taking command of the various world theaters.

When the Russians take over an air field in Iceland, an American Air Force meteorologist finds himself cut off from his unit and serving as a watch dog for the Allies.

With the code name "Beagle," he reports to Allied forces in Scotland, code named "Doghouse. The war continues on land with the majority of the fighting in Germany at sea and in the air. It could have been difficult to manage the many groups of people and many places involved in a World War, but I felt that Clancy handled it quite well.

As I've said, there were many well developed main characters, but all the other characters were identified by their roles rather than by name, helping me keep all the characters straight. Clancy also broke the book down into various small sections, a few paragraphs set in Germany, a few in Iceland, a few in Scotland, and so on, allowing him to continually update the reader on what was going on in each area and how different groups of people were cooperating - or not - with each other.

The shortness of each section also made a long book easier to read.

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While the book was largely technical, Clancy did not forget the human aspects of war, and there was just the right amount of humanity to be emotional without being unnecessarily tear-jerking. I also enjoyed how both sides were portrayed in a somewhat balanced manner.

In fact, characterisation was a strong point of the book. There were many characters, in keeping with the fact that the book was about a World War, but the main characters were all realistic people that I could feel for. That is, apart from Vigdis, a beautiful and courageous Icelandic girl, perfect in every way.

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Acts of War. Clancy also broke the book down into various small sections, a few paragraphs set in Germany, a few in Iceland, a few in Scotland, and so on, allowing him to continually update the reader on what was going on in each area and how different groups of people were cooperating - or not - with each other.

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