Running the war in Iraq

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An Australian general, 300,000 troops, the bloodiest conflict of our time. Jogged by notes taken during his year in Iraq, Major General Jim Molan gives this gripping insider's account of what modern warfare entails - the ghastly body count, the complex decisions which will mean life or death, the divide between political masters and foot soldiers - and the small, hard won triumphs. Soft cover, 358 pages.

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