The Prisoner in His Palace : Saddam Hussein, his American guards, and what history leaves unsaid
This insightful and intimate portrait of Saddam Hussein lifts away the top layer of a dictator's evil and finds complexity beneath as it invites us to take a journey with twelve young American soldiers in the summer of 2006. Trained to aggressively confront the enemy in combat, the men learn, shortly after being deployed to Iraq, that fate has assigned them a different role. It becomes their job to guard the country's notorious leader in the months leading to his execution.
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|Clifton Springs Library||956.704 Bar (Text)