Fb2 Desert Warriors: The Men and Women Who Won the Gulf War ePub
by USA Today Staff
|Category:||Action and Adventure|
|Author:||USA Today Staff|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition edition (June 1, 1991)|
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The Men and Women Who Won the Gulf War. by USA Today Staff. Published June 1, 1991 by Simon & Schuster Audio.
Desert Warriors is quite a special book, dedicated to the men and women of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. Put together by the staff of the USA Today in the days just following the war's end in early March, it provides a very personal look at some of the brave soldiers who served in the first Gulf War.
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Epilogue-Who Won The War The Persian Gulf War, in military terms, was won by the United States and her allies. The Iraqis were forced out of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia was protected, and the US casualties were only in the hundreds. However, politically, the war may have resulted in a draw. Saddam Hussein is still in control of Iraq, and Bush is no longer in office. Kuwait is once again a free country, but Hussein is still right next door to threaten them again. The Essay on War In Iraq Iraqi Civilians.
The United States is heading towards civil war, Congressman Steve King has warned. His sentiments are mirrored by a troubling new poll which shows that 31% of Americans believe a second civil war is likely in the next five years. Tennessee Law Professor Glenn Harlan Reynolds argued in a recent USA Today column that a new civil war is well underway, while Bloomberg columnist Thomas Schaller declared that America was at the beginning of a soft civil war. But pundits aren’t the only ones raising the alarm: Provocative statements about the rise of fascism and the need for revolution have become commonplace among American actors, musicians and activists.