The Little Book About Iraq War History

This book will give us a very entertaining and memorable time in Iraq. This is not a "blood and guts" military book. It is one man's story of how going to war changed him.

Author: Nolan Nitzschke

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9798740656700

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This book will give us a very entertaining and memorable time in Iraq. This is not a "blood and guts" military book. It is one man's story of how going to war changed him. In this Iraq war book, you will discover a chronicle of the beginning of the Iraq War, when the US Military was flush with its success in toppling the regime of Saddam Hussein. Caught in this firestorm was a tiny, but determined, Army Reserve Civil Affairs unit that took on the momentous task of rebuilding schools, medical clinics, and mosques... This is a story of the insane, stupid, humorous, surreal, and tragic events that befell this band of brothers and sisters on their journey through Iraq Reconstruction. Let's not waste any more time! Dive in and start reading!
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The Little Book About Iraq War

Sure, most of them were awarded medals and ribbons. And so much more! With the words of their stories in printed form, this book gives to them what I believe they truly deserve - that the world comes to know about these modern day heroes.

Author: Valentine Caoile

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ISBN: 9798741864760

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Page: 368

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In this Iraq Afghanistan war book, you will discover: Difficult as it may seem, many of these women are actually mothers, who left behind very young children. They had a duty to fulfill, and they stood up for it; they didn't back down. As they said, they were soldiers first, before they were mothers. One of them didn't want her children to be fighting the same battle ten or fifteen years down the line, so she fought it for them. Recognition and distinction are the last things in these women's minds during and even after their time in service. They only knew to serve. But they deserve recognition, they deserve distinction. Sure, most of them were awarded medals and ribbons. And so much more! With the words of their stories in printed form, this book gives to them what I believe they truly deserve - that the world comes to know about these modern day heroes. Let's not waste any more time! Dive in and start reading!
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The Little Book On Iraq War

If you want to discover the captivating history of the Iraq War and stories about life in war, then keep reading this book!

Author: Gale Baj

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ISBN: 9798741281918

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If you want to discover the captivating history of the Iraq War and stories about life in war, then keep reading this book! In this Iraq war history book, you will discover many stories through these parts: - So Many Ways To Die - I Shall Never Go To London Again - Swept Aside - Lunatics, Horses And Very Bad Men - To Be A Pilgrim - Bodies In A Car And so much more! Scroll up, click the "Buy Now with 1-Click" button and Start Reading Now!
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Understanding the U S Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan

Understanding the U.S. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan gives us the first book-length expert historical analysis of these wars.

Author: Beth Bailey

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9781479826902

Category: History

Page: 368

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Understanding the United States’ wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is essential to understanding the United States in the first decade of the new millennium and beyond. These wars were pivotal to American foreign policy and international relations. They were expensive: in lives, in treasure, and in reputation. They raised critical ethical and legal questions; they provoked debates over policy, strategy, and war-planning; they helped to shape American domestic politics. And they highlighted a profound division among the American people: While more than two million Americans served in Iraq and Afghanistan, many in multiple deployments, the vast majority of Americans and their families remained untouched by and frequently barely aware of the wars conducted in their name, far from American shores, in regions about which they know little. Understanding the U.S. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan gives us the first book-length expert historical analysis of these wars. It shows us how they began, what they teach us about the limits of the American military and diplomacy, and who fought them. It examines the lessons and legacies of wars whose outcomes may not be clear for decades. In 1945 few Americans could imagine that the country would be locked in a Cold War with the Soviet Union for decades; fewer could imagine how history would paint the era. Understanding the U.S. Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan begins to come to grips with the period when America became enmeshed in a succession of “low intensity” conflicts in the Middle East. Instructor's Guide
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The Iran Iraq War

Pierre Razoux offers an unflinching look at a conflict seared into the region’s collective memory but little understood in the West.

Author: Pierre Razoux

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674088634

Category: History

Page: 640

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From 1980 to 1988 Iran and Iraq fought the longest conventional war of the century. It included tragic slaughter of child soldiers, use of chemical weapons, striking of civilian shipping, and destruction of cities. Pierre Razoux offers an unflinching look at a conflict seared into the region’s collective memory but little understood in the West.
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The Little Book of History

The invasion triggered a bruising eight-year war that devastated both countries and increased tensions in the Middle East. Iran's principal ally was Syria, but Libya, China, and North Korea all also sent weapons. Iraq's support came ...

Author: DK

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241547489

Category: History

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Travel back in time with the latest instalment in the bestselling Big Ideas series, in a brand new ebook format. The Little Book of History charts world history from the dawn of civilisation to the modern culture we live in today. From the origins of homo-sapiens to the release of Nelson Mandela, from the French Revolution to the Space Race, The Little Book of History is a stunning exploration of the human timeline up to and including modern Islam, the world wide web, and the global financial crisis. The Little Book of History tackles big historical ideas with stunning visuals, key quotes, and important themes that are woven throughout world history. Discover events from the assassination of Caesar to World War I and see the people and events come to life with The Little Book of History, perfect for students, adults, or anyone who wants to understand our fascinating past.
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The Little Book

Another big Civil Right case in our history—the Iraq War protests. We were attacked by the Islamic terrorists on the New York's Twin Towers' buildings on September 11, 2001. Our president, George W. Bush immediately declared war on the ...

Author: Israel Malupo

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781641912693

Category: Fiction

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The Little Book is the Manifesto. Title: The Little Book comes from The Holy Bible itself (Revelation 10, and Isaiah 29). Good thing to know from The Little Book: The everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ is God's grace with good news of the sending of the Promised Messiah into the world to die for our sins. And the fulfillment of the Abraham's covenant and promises, which deal with God's political kingdom on earth as promised to his covenanted people, the House of Israel. By the Messenger of the Covenant, God will reveal his secrets, end of Church age, and beginning of the preaching of the political kingdom. (Deuteronomy 18: 15-20, Isaiah 11, 18, 29, 42,49,52, Ezekiel 37 to 48, Daniel 2, 7, 12, Malachi 3 &4, Matthew 11, 17, 24, Luke 1: 68-79, Luke 21: 24, Acts 1 & 3, Romans 11, Revelation 2: 26-29, Revelation 6: I-2, Revelation 10: 7-11, Revelation 14: 6, Revelation 19: 11-21).
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What Was Asked of Us

The in-depth and intensely probing interviews this book brings together document the soldiers' experiences and darkest secrets, offering a multitude of authentic, unfiltered voices - at times raw and emotional, at other times eloquent and ...

Author: Trish Wood

Publisher: Back Bay Books

ISBN: 0316016713

Category: Current Events

Page: 352

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"A visceral account of the war . . . honest, agenda-free, and chilling." -New York Times Book Review The Iraq war officially began on March 20, 2003, and since then more than one million young Americans have rotated through the country's insurgent-infested hot spots. But although stories of dramatic ambushes and attacks dominate the front pages of newspapers, most of us do not truly know what the war is like for the Americans who fight it. What Was Asked of Us helps us bridge that gap. The in-depth and intensely probing interviews this book brings together document the soldiers' experiences and darkest secrets, offering a multitude of authentic, unfiltered voices - at times raw and emotional, at other times eloquent and lyrical. These voices walk us through the war, from the successful push to Baghdad, through the erroneous "Mission Accomplished" moment, and into the dangerous, murky present. "Monumental. . . . Amid the glut of policy debates, and amid the flurry of news reports that add names each day to the lists of the dead, Trish Wood has produced what is perhaps, to date, the only text about Iraq that matter."- San Francisco Chronicle "An illuminating glimpse of American fighters' experiences in Iraq. . . . There are moments of strange beauty in the soldiers' recollections." -Chicago Tribune "Stunning . . . chillingly eloquent. . . . Powerful and unflinchingly honest, Wood's book deserves to be a bestseller." -People
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The Little Book of Big History

The Story of Life, the Universe and Everything Ian Crofton, Jeremy Black. LIFE AFTER THE COLD WAR The fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 inspired much talk of a new world order, headed by the USA and reinforced not only militarily, ...

Author: Ian Crofton

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books

ISBN: 9781782434306

Category: History

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From the Big Bang to the future of our planet, The Little Book of Big History divides history into manageable but comprehensive time frames, encompassing the cosmos, the stars, life and everything in between. Big History is the attempt to understand and condense the entire story of the cosmos, from the Big Bang to the current day. Combining methods from history, astronomy, physics and biology to draw together the big story arcs of how the universe was created, why planets formed and how life developed, this creates a unique perspective from which to understand the place of mankind in the universe. Excited by the alternative 'framework for all knowledge' that is offered by this approach, Bill Gates is funding the Big History Project, which aims to bring the subject to a wider audience around the world. The Little Book of Big History breaks down the main themes of Big History into highly informative and accessible parts for all readers to enjoy. By giving a truly complete timeline of world events, this book shines a whole different light on history as we learned it and makes us think of our history - and our future - in a very different way.
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I Lost My Love in Baghdad

This is a new kind of war: private security companies follow their own rules or lack thereof; soldiers in combat get instant messages from their girlfriends and families; members of the Louisiana National Guard watch Katrina’s decimation ...

Author: Michael Hastings

Publisher: Scribner

ISBN: 141656098X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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The “wrenching” (Rachel Maddow, The Rachel Maddow Show) first book by acclaimed journalist Michael Hastings (1980-2013), whose unflinching Rolling Stone article “Runaway General” ended the military career of General Stanley A. McChrystal. At age twenty-five, Michael Hastings arrived in Baghdad to cover the war in Iraq for Newsweek. He had at his disposal a little Hemingway romanticism and all the apparatus of a twenty-first-century reporter—cell phones, high-speed Internet access, digital video cameras, fixers, drivers, guards, translators. In startling detail, he describes the chaos, the violence, the never-ending threats of bomb and mortar attacks, the front lines that can be a half-mile from the Green Zone, that can be anywhere. This is a new kind of war: private security companies follow their own rules or lack thereof; soldiers in combat get instant messages from their girlfriends and families; members of the Louisiana National Guard watch Katrina’s decimation of their city on a TV in the barracks. Back in New York, Hastings had fallen in love with Andi Parhamovich, a young idealist who worked for Air America. A year into their courtship, Andi followed Michael to Iraq, taking a job with the National Democratic Institute. Their war-zone romance is another window into life in Baghdad. They call each other pet names; they make plans for the future; they fight, usually because each is fearful for the other’s safety; and they try to figure out how to get together, when it means putting bodyguards and drivers in jeopardy. Then Andi goes on a dangerous mission for her new employer—a meeting at the Iraqi Islamic Party headquarters that ends in catastrophe. I Lost My Love in Baghdad is a searing, unflinching, and revelatory book by “a great reporter,” who will be remembered for being “ambitious, skeptical of power and conventional wisdom, and incredibly brave” (Ben Smith, Buzzfeed) and who “leaves behind a remarkable legacy” (Rolling Stone).
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The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles

BoomTime War Like the Korean War, the Persian Gulf War of 1990 and 1991 was a major international military campaign that was instigated by the unilateral invasion of one country by another. After an unprovoked Iraq took over a sovereign ...

Author: Jeffrey A. Hirsch

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118283493

Category: Business & Economics

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Jeffrey Hirsch discusses how to capture market-beating returnsby following specific stock market cycles While predicting the direction of the stock market at any givenpoint is difficult, it's a fact that the market exhibitswell-defined and sometimes predictable patterns. While cycles donot repeat exactly all of the time, statistical evidence suggeststhat cyclical tendencies are very strong and should not be ignoredby investors. The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles willshow you how to profit from these recurring stock market patternsand cycles. Written by Jeffrey Hirsch, President of the Hirsch Organizationand Editor-in-Chief of the Stock Trader's Almanac, thisreliable resource explains why these cycles occur, provides thehistorical evidence behind them, and shows you how to captureconsistent profits from them moving forward. In addition todescribing his most widely followed cycles and patters, Hirsch alsodiscusses both longer term boom-bust economic cycles and shorterterm tendencies involving the best days, weeks, and months of theyear to trade the market. The methods found here follow everything from presidentialelection cycles to the "Santa Claus" effect Written by Jeffrey Hirsch, the pre-eminent authority on marketcycles and seasonal patterns The strategies explored are easy-to-implement, and based onresearch that has proven profitable over the course of time For investors looking to beat the buy-and-hold philosophy,The Little Book of Stock Market Cycles will provide simple,actionable ideas that have stood the test of time and consistentlyoutperformed the market.
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On Intelligence

This book is a professional military-intelligence officer's and a controversial insider's view of some of the greatest intelligence blunders of recent history.

Author: John Hughes-Wilson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472113542

Category: History

Page: 528

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This book is a professional military-intelligence officer's and a controversial insider's view of some of the greatest intelligence blunders of recent history. It includes the serious developments in government misuse of intelligence in the recent war with Iraq. Colonel John Hughes-Wilson analyses not just the events that conspire to cause disaster, but why crucial intelligence is so often ignored, misunderstood or spun by politicians and seasoned generals alike. This book analyses: how Hitler's intelligence staff misled him in a bid to outfox their Nazi Party rivals; the bureaucratic bungling behind Pearl Harbor; how in-fighting within American intelligence ensured they were taken off guard by the Viet Cong's 1968 Tet Offensive; how over confidence, political interference and deception facilitated Egypt and Syria's 1973 surprise attack on Israel; why a handful of marines and a London taxicab were all Britain had to defend the Falklands; the mistaken intelligence that allowed Saddam Hussein to remain in power until the second Iraq War of 2003; the truth behind the US failure to run a terrorist warning system before the 9/11 WTC bombing; and how governments are increasingly pressurising intelligence agencies to 'spin' the party-political line.
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General George Hannibal Busch

This book will expand into a series, covering the overall War on Terror.

Author: L. Chisling David L. Chisling

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781425171360

Category: Humor

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And now for something completely different--Monty python The world the truth! An original history book of political satire fantasy, about the glorious president and military occupation of Iraq. The roots and background of this book come from my university degree in Classic History, combined with a profound interest in Military History. This knowledge triggered a simple and intriguing idea during the heated U.S. Presidential election of 2004. I observed that the U.S. Military's invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003, reminded me of General George Armstrong Custer's Indian Campaign of 1876. The never-ending bloody fight in Iraq against savage enemies by the U. S. Army, appeared similar to Custer's epic massacre of the 7th Cavalry Regiment at the Little Big Horn. I started making several jokes about this at my workplace, and the jokes expanded into a book idea. I now give you the futuristic fantasy tale of General George Hannibal Busch, and the epic Battle of the Little Big Oil Well in the great U.S.-Iraq Wars of the 22nd Century! This book will expand into a series, covering the overall War on Terror.
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The Little Book of Somerset

The multi-award-winning photographer is best known for the images he has captured from various wars, including those in Vietnam, the Congo, Cyprus and Iraq. Richard 'Beau' Nash (1674–1762), who was born in Swansea, educated at Oxford ...

Author: Maurice Fells

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 9780750990257

Category: History

Page: 192

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From seaside to countryside, and villages to towns, Somerset is a county where it’s difficult to separate history from mystery. This fast-paced, fact-packed compendium of places, people and trivia reveals all sorts of answers to questions you might have wondered about - and some you didn't. The facts, stats and anecdotes will surprise even those familiar with this beautiful and historic county.
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Military Intelligence Blunders and Cover Ups

This book is a professional military-intelligence officer's and a controversial insider's view of some of the greatest intelligence blunders of recent history.

Author: John Hughes-Wilson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472103840

Category: History

Page: 160

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This book is a professional military-intelligence officer's and a controversial insider's view of some of the greatest intelligence blunders of recent history. It includes the serious developments in government misuse of intelligence in the recent war with Iraq. Colonel John Hughes-Wilson analyses not just the events that conspire to cause disaster, but why crucial intelligence is so often ignored, misunderstood or spun by politicians and seasoned generals alike. This book analyses: how Hitler's intelligence staff misled him in a bid to outfox their Nazi Party rivals; the bureaucratic bungling behind Pearl Harbor; how in-fighting within American intelligence ensured they were taken off guard by the Viet Cong's 1968 Tet Offensive; how over confidence, political interference and deception facilitated Egypt and Syria's 1973 surprise attack on Israel; why a handful of marines and a London taxicab were all Britain had to defend the Falklands; the mistaken intelligence that allowed Saddam Hussein to remain in power until the second Iraq War of 2003; the truth behind the US failure to run a terrorist warning system before the 9/11 WTC bombing; and how governments are increasingly pressurising intelligence agencies to 'spin' the party-political line.
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Soldiers

Soldaterliv; Soldatens Historie; Soldaters Vilkår; Kampmoral; Kampvilje; Soldaterkammeratskab; Korpsånd; Soldiers; Fighting Man; Wariors; Krigene; Store Slag og Kampe; Store Generaler; Store Hærførere; Hære; Hærstyrker; ...

Author: John Keegan

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton

ISBN: UOM:39015011337360

Category: Combat

Page: 288

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Soldaterliv; Soldatens Historie; Soldaters Vilkår; Kampmoral; Kampvilje; Soldaterkammeratskab; Korpsånd; Soldiers; Fighting Man; Wariors; Krigene; Store Slag og Kampe; Store Generaler; Store Hærførere; Hære; Hærstyrker; Regimentshistorie; Hæres Historie; Warfare; Krigskunst; Krigsvidenskab; Krigsteorier; Militærliv; Kampvogne; Tank Warfare; Partisankrigsførelse; Guerrillakrigsførelse; Verdun; Skyttegravskrigsførelse; Wellington; Ypres; Vietnamkrigen; 1. Verdenskrig; 2. Verdenskrig; Romerske Legioner; Blitzkrieg; Overlord; SAS; Commandosoldater; Preussiske Hære; Våbenhistorie; Våbenudvikling; Uniformshistorie; Medical Care; Royal Engineers; Stalingrad; Napoleon; Napoleonskrigene; Franske Hær; Franske Soldater; Grande Armee; Engelske Hær; Logistics of Warfare; Heste i Krigsførelsen; Irregulær Krigsførelse; Israelske Hær; Tyske Hær; Gustavus Adolphus; Fransk-Tyske Krig; Fighting Spirit; Esprit de Corps; Buddy-System; Belønningssystemer; Medaljer; Udmærkelser; Dekorationer; Schlieffen-Plan; Cambrai; Burma; Arab-Israeli Conflicts; Air Warfare; Alexander den Store; Frederik den Store; Che Guevara; Korstog; Crusades; Crecy; Disciplin; Austerlitz; Shell Shock; Lejesoldater; Clausewitz; Guderian; Rommel; Lawrence, T.E.; Kursk; Koreakrigen; Green Berets; Kommandosoldater; Xenophon
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A Brief History of Modern Warfare

This book will tell you what warfare means in the contemporary world and how it can affect tomorrow.

Author: Richard Connaughton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472107695

Category: History

Page: 160

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Since Vietnam, both the way we fight and our reasons for going to war have become much more complex. The importance of a conflict is determined not by its size or by the numbers of combatants involved but by its ripple effects and its influence upon future events. In a series of thrilling recreations of eight of the most significant encounters of the last three decades, military historian Richard Connaughton presents a fascinating insight into modern warfare, including interviews with some of the major figures. The conflicts include Goose Green in the Falklands, the invasion of Grenada, Operation Desert Storm - the first Iraq War, Operations in Mogadishu as immortalized in the book and film Blackhawk Down, the Siege of Gorazde and Operation Barras in Sierra Leone, as well as more recent events at Fallujah, Iraq, and in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Richard Connaughton has interviewed most of the major figures involved in each of the conflicts and offers powerful insights into why battles either work or don't. This book will tell you what warfare means in the contemporary world and how it can affect tomorrow.
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The Little Book of Prophecy and Truth

With the war in Iraq, and the mounting troubles with China, Iran, Syria and Palestinians, we are likely seeing the next trumpet era beginning now. ... This is the first time in the history of man that this has even been a possibility.

Author: Dan Nordquist

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780557234899

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The Little Book of Big F k Ups

220 of History's Most-Regrettable Moments Ken Lytle, Katie Corcoran Lytle, Bob Carney ... The Iraq Survey Group concluded that the damage done during the Gulf War a decade earlier was enough to prevent Iraq from continuing its efforts ...

Author: Ken Lytle

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781440512520

Category: History

Page: 240

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From the Donner party to the sinking of the RMS "Titanic," this little book shows that some people's faux pas are worse--way, way worse--than others.
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Merchant of Death

This is an important book about a hidden world of gunrunning and profiteering in some of the world's poorest countries." —Steve Coll, author of Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden, from the Soviet ...

Author: Douglas Farah

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470048665

Category: History

Page: 320

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Praise for Merchant of Death "A riveting investigation of the world's most notorious arms dealer--a page-turner that digs deep into the amazing, murky story of Viktor Bout. Farah and Braun have exposed the inner workings of one of the world's most secretive businesses--the international arms trade." —Peter L. Bergen, author of The Osama bin Laden I Know "Viktor Bout is like Osama bin Laden: a major target of U.S. intelligence officials who time and again gets away. Farah and Braun have skillfully documented how this notorious arms dealer has stoked violence around the world and thwarted international sanctions. Even more appalling, they show how Bout ended up getting millions of dollars in U.S. government money to assist the war in Iraq. A truly impressive piece of investigative reporting." —Michael Isikoff, coauthor of Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War "Douglas Farah and Stephen Braun are two of the toughest investigative reporters in the country. This is an important book about a hidden world of gunrunning and profiteering in some of the world's poorest countries." —Steve Coll, author of Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001 "In Merchant of Death, two of America's finest reporters have performed a major public service, turning over the right rocks that reveal the brutal international arms business at the dawn of the twenty-first century. In Viktor Bout, they have given us a new Lord of War, a man who knows no side but his own, and who has a knack for turning up in every war zone just in time to turn a profit. As Farah and Braun uncover and document his troubling role in the Bush Administration's Global War on Terror, his ties to Washington almost seem inevitable." —James Risen, author of State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration "An extraordinary and timely piece of investigative reporting, Merchant of Death is also a vividly compelling read. The true story of Viktor Bout, a sociopathic Russian gunrunner who has supplied weapons for use in some of the most gruesome conflicts of modern times--and who can count amongst his clients both the former Taliban regime in Afghanistan and the U.S. military in Iraq--is a stomach-churning indictment of the policy failures and moral contradictions of the world's most powerful governments, including that of the United States." —Jon Lee Anderson, author of The Fall of Baghdad Two respected journalists tell the incredible story of Viktor Bout, the Russian weapons supplier whose global network has changed the way modern warfare is fought. Bout’s vast enterprise of guns, planes, and money has fueled internecine slaughter in Africa and aided both militant Islamic fanatics in Afghanistan and the American military in Iraq. This book combines spy thrills with crucial insights on the shortcomings of a U.S. foreign policy that fails to confront the lucrative and lethal arms trade that erodes global security.
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