Saddam's secrets: how an Iraqi general defied and survived Saddam Hussein

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Integrity Publishers, Jan 15, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 315 pages
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"One of Saddam Hussein's top military advisors, paints a picture of Hussein, his regime, and his country"--Provided by publisher.

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User Review  - sparkleandchico - LibraryThing

Fascinating story detailing what was really going on under Saddam Hussein. The conflict of serving under this govt as a Christian must've been enormous. It reminded me a little of Queen Esther as she ... Read full review

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It's not the best-written book in the world; it reads as though it were translated, and not translated very well. There's also a cultural approach that doesn't come across well in the whole structure ... Read full review

Contents

A Man of the People
7
A World of Change
25
Saddams Rise to Power
51
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

GENERAL GEORGES SADA was once one of Saddam Hussein's top military advisors, but now serves as the current personal advisor to Iraq's Prime Minister Ayad Allawia and an advisor to the new Iraqi army. General Sada is also the former president of teh Evangelical churches in Iraq.