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Blind Into Baghdad: America's War in Iraq

by James Fallows

In the autumn of 2002, Atlantic Monthly national correspondent James Fallows wrote an article predicting many of the problems America would face if it invaded Iraq. After events confirmed many of his predictions,...


The March Up: Taking Baghdad with the United States Marines

by Bing West

BONUS: This edition contains excerpts from Bing West's No True Glory and The Strongest Tribe.

With unprecedented access and previously unreported detail, here is a first hand account of the 22-day march to Baghdad...


Inside CentCom: The Unvarnished Truth About The Wars In Afghanistan And Iraq

by Noah Lukeman, Michael DeLong & Tony Zinni

Inside CentCom: The Unvarnished Truth About The Wars In Afghanistan And Iraq by Michael DeLong, Noah Lukeman, and an introduction by Tony Zinni


Absent Minded Beggars

by William Bennett

The British Army suffered one of its greatest crises when in December 1899 the Boer irregulars inflicted three reverses in South Africa in 'Black Week'. A nation grown accustomed to success was stunned. Part...


Evaluation and Stance in War News: A Linguistic Analysis of American, British and Italian Television News Reporting of the 2003 Iraqi War

by Louann Haarman & Linda Lombardo

In a world in which advanced communication technologies have made the reporting of disasters and conflicts (also in the form of breaking news) a familiar and �normalised' activity, the information we present...


Brothers Forever: The Enduring Bond between a Marine and a Navy SEAL that Transcended Their Ultimate Sacrifice

by Tom Sileo & Tom Manion

On 9/11, two Naval Academy roommates vowed to defend America; their sacrifice years later defines their generation’s devotion to country.


The Longest War: The Enduring Conflict between America and Al-Qaeda

by Peter Bergen

TEN YEARS HAVE PASSED since the shocking attacks on the World Trade Center, and after seven years of conflict, the last U.S. combat troops left Iraq—only to move into Afghanistan, where the ten-year-old fight...


Chaplain Turner's War

by Moni Basu

The U.S. mission in Iraq ended Dec. 18, 2011, as the last American soldiers climbed into trucks and headed south through the desert towards Kuwait. Nearly 4,500 American troops died in the Iraq war. More than...


Company Man: Thirty Years of Controversy and Crisis in the CIA

by John Rizzo

In 1975, fresh out of law school and working a numbing job at the Treasury Department, John Rizzo took “a total shot in the dark” and sent his résumé to the Central Intelligence Agency. He had no notion...


Ruff's War: A Navy Nurse on the Frontline in Iraq

by K. Sue Roper & Cheryl Lynn Ruff

Twenty-five years in the Navy had made Cheryl Ruff an independent, resilient, strong woman - and a master at providing patient care while serving at various Navy hospitals around the world. But nothing prepared...


Surge: My Journey with General David Petraeus and the Remaking of the Iraq War

by Mansoor Peter R.

Surge is an insider’s view of the most decisive phase of the Iraq War. After exploring the dynamics of the war during its first three years, the book takes the reader on a journey to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas,...


AV-8B Harrier II Units of Operation Iraqi Freedom I-VI

by Lon Nordeen & Jim Laurier

The Harrier II jet saw conflict in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm (Gulf War), Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Iraqi Freedom (Iraq War). The aircraft has matured into a multi-role platform...


Torture, Intelligence and Sousveillance in the War on Terror: Agenda-Building Struggles

by Vian Bakir

This book examines the communication battles of the Bush and Blair political administrations (and those of their successors) over their use of torture to gain intelligence for the War on Terror. Exploring the...


The Unseen War: Allied Air Power and the Takedown of Saddam Hussein

by Benjamin S. Benjamin Lambeth

The Unseen War offers a comprehensive assessment of the air contribution to the three weeks of major combat that ended the rule of Iraq’s Saddam Hussein in 2003. Unlike in the earlier instance of Operation...


The Gamble

by Thomas E. Ricks

Thomas E. Rick's news-breaking follow up to the #1 New York TimesFiasco

Now updated to fully document the inside story of the Iraq war since late 2005, The Gamble is the definitive account of the insurgency...


Securitisation and the Iraq War

by Faye Donnelly

This book critiques the conceptualization of security found in mainstream and critical theoretical debates, and applies this to the empirical case of the 2003 Iraq War.

The Iraq War represents one of the most...


Stryker: The Siege of Sadr City

by Konrad RK Ludwig

In the spring of 2008, Coalition troops responded in-force to what quickly became one of the largest, bloodiest and most influential battles of the Iraq War. For nearly three months, American and Iraqi troops...


Nightcap at Dawn: American Soldiers' Counterinsurgency in Iraq

by J B. Walker

A group of U.S. soldiers emailed their observations and experiences from Iraq and their candid opinions on fighting an insurgency. This book is the result. This startling collection of emails is a thoughtful...


My Men are My Heroes: The Brad Kasal Story

by Nathaniel R. Helms

My Men Are My Heroes introduces its readers to a living standard of Marine Corps esprit de corps and military decorum. Sergeant Major Bradley Kasal, the pride of Iowa, is a small town boy who wanted to be a...


Takedown: The 3rd Infantry Division's Twenty-One Day Assault on Baghdad

by James G. Lacey

Over time the impression has grown that the 2003 invasion of Iraq met with little resistance and that, with few exceptions, the Iraqi army simply melted away. As this book clearly shows, nothing could be further...