Book Review by Daniel Sigler of Islamist Terrorism in Europe: A History by Peter Nesser
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Defense Analysis master's student Major Daniel Sigler, German Army, published his review of Petter Nesser's Islamist Terrorism in Europe: A History (2015) in the Small Wars Journal. As Dr. Kalev I. Sepp (DA) concisely put it: "Dan’s book review provides both an excellent summary, and insight into European jihadi organization, in only two pages."
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