21 days to Baghdad: the inside story of how America won the war against Iraq

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Time Books, Jul 8, 2003 - History - 176 pages
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21 Days to Baghdad is an exclusive account of this historic rapid march and battle for Baghdad. Follow TIME Magazine's award-winning editors, writers, and photographers as they follow the coalition troops on their journey towards Baghdad, encountering Iraqis-both civilian and military-witnessing the war upclose and personal.... and documenting it all in historic words and photos. TIME brings you first hand reports on the Road to War. Revisit the "Shock and Awe" attack, the counter-attack by the Fedayeen, the rolling into Baghdad, the short but fierce overtaking of the country, and the poignant stories of the seven rescued POW's, including the dramatic rescue of Pvt. Jessica Lynch. TIME takes you to present day Iraq-the rebuilding efforts, and finally, the coming home of the returning troops.

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