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A War Against Truth: An Intimate Account of the Invasion of Iraq

by Paul William Roberts

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If you want to read an account of what it was like to be in Baghdad when shock and awe was breaking over everyone's heads then read this book. The author went on to experience a bizarre journey through a war landscape. ( )
  maunder | Jun 20, 2008 |
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Why did the U.S. really invade Iraq ? And what was the invasion really like ? A classical scholar who has spent two decades covering the Middle East and one of the fes journalists to have interviewed Saddam Hussein. This is his expose of the politics behind the war, and of the brutal reality the Iraqi people experienced but the rest of the world was not shown.… (more)

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