Iraq: Old Land, New Nation in Conflict
Twenty-First Century Books, 1 Ιαν 2000 - 144 σελίδες
From the earliest days of Mesopotamian societies, to the proud and powerful caliphates, to today's absolute rule of Saddam Hussein, Iraq's long history has been marked by political turmoil and outside aggression. An up-to-date and informative examination of Iraq's history, foreign relations, and prospects for the future.
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Chapter One 15 Land Between the Rivers
Chapter Eight 117 At War with the World
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