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Martyrs’ Day: Chronicle of a Small War
Michael Kelly. Kelly traveled through the Middle East during & after the Gulf War from Nov. ‘90 to Nov. ‘91, watching the bombs fall on Baghdad, waiting for Scuds in Tel Aviv, & dining with Kurdish chieftains in mountain camps in northern Iran. He drove across the desert, & was mistaken for the advancing Amer. army & surrendered to by Iraqi soldiers. In Kuwait after the liberation he listened to horrific tales of torture & rape, & walked among the remains of the bombed-out retreating Iraqi army. Later Kelly went to Kurdistan & hiked into forbidden Iraqi territory & then traveled with guerrilla bands at war with Hussein. He got out of Iraq by swimming across a river into Turkey in the company of smugglers. His story is superb reporting & the very best travel writing.
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