Revolution Day

PUBLISHED: 11:02 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

Revolution Day

Revolution Day

The Real Story of the Battle for Iraq - Rageh Omaar THE latest book on the Iraq war is written by the man who was there before, during, and after the months of bloody conflict. Rageh Omaar reported from Iraq for six years for the BBC before the conflict b

The Real Story of the Battle for Iraq - Rageh Omaar THE latest book on the Iraq war is written by the man who was there before, during, and after the months of bloody conflict. Rageh Omaar reported from Iraq for six years for the BBC before the conflict began in 2003. When the war came, he chose not to retreat, but to remain in Baghdad and witness the events. Omaar's shocking first-hand account details the country he loved crumbling beneath the Allied onslaught. His account of the war is a heart-breaking and fascinating testament to the Iraq people.

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