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What survival/prepper books would you have in your SHTF library?

If you were sticking it out alone after SHTF or trying to help rebuild a small society, what would be in your SHTF library? Will the books you have currently be all that useful?

A great survival book to own: Where there is no doctor

Where There Is No Doctor: A village health care handbook is the definitive remote-area health book and a great prepper book for those who find themselves in remote areas, especially tropical areas, and has useful information for all regions. It was based on David Werner‘s experiences at his Project Piaxtla in western Mexico This is one of the few books […]

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