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Events in this story of the Mother of All Battles, as Saddam designated the 1991 war, are drawn from primary Iraqi sources, including government documents, video and audiotapes, maps, and photographs captured by U.S. forces in 2003 from the regime's archives and never intended for outsiders' eyes. The book is part of an official U.S. Joint Forces Command research project t Events in this story of the Mother of All Battles, as Saddam designated the 1991 war, are drawn from primary Iraqi sources, including government documents, video and audiotapes, maps, and photographs captured by U.S. forces in 2003 from the regime's archives and never intended for outsiders' eyes. The book is part of an official U.S. Joint Forces Command research project to examine contemporary warfare from the point of view of the adversary's archives and senior leader interviews. Its purpose is to stimulate thoughtful analyses of currently accepted lessons of the first Gulf War. While not a comprehensive history, the author's balanced Iraqi perspective of events between 1990 and 1991 takes full advantage of his unique access to material. The result is a completely unknown but fully documented view from the other side.


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Events in this story of the Mother of All Battles, as Saddam designated the 1991 war, are drawn from primary Iraqi sources, including government documents, video and audiotapes, maps, and photographs captured by U.S. forces in 2003 from the regime's archives and never intended for outsiders' eyes. The book is part of an official U.S. Joint Forces Command research project t Events in this story of the Mother of All Battles, as Saddam designated the 1991 war, are drawn from primary Iraqi sources, including government documents, video and audiotapes, maps, and photographs captured by U.S. forces in 2003 from the regime's archives and never intended for outsiders' eyes. The book is part of an official U.S. Joint Forces Command research project to examine contemporary warfare from the point of view of the adversary's archives and senior leader interviews. Its purpose is to stimulate thoughtful analyses of currently accepted lessons of the first Gulf War. While not a comprehensive history, the author's balanced Iraqi perspective of events between 1990 and 1991 takes full advantage of his unique access to material. The result is a completely unknown but fully documented view from the other side.

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  1. 5 out of 5

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    For those who want to see the story from the Iraqi Point of View. Honestly, only by the fall of the regime that we could take a look at the most reversal conflicts of our time. It changed hugely the middle east and the world in consequence. It is a must, for Arabs especially to see how Iraq managed and ran the war in a dictatorial regime where initiative was something of a taboo. however, it is not to glorify the military operations but mostly it is so see how Iraq could launch 39 missiles where For those who want to see the story from the Iraqi Point of View. Honestly, only by the fall of the regime that we could take a look at the most reversal conflicts of our time. It changed hugely the middle east and the world in consequence. It is a must, for Arabs especially to see how Iraq managed and ran the war in a dictatorial regime where initiative was something of a taboo. however, it is not to glorify the military operations but mostly it is so see how Iraq could launch 39 missiles where 32 state was on it heels. it is a must really. It is good to note that it is a block in a series of books that were based on captured documents after the fall of Saddam Houssien. Good read~!

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