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  • ... so-called "shock and awe" bombing of Baghdad, but the war really started the night before -- March 19th, 2003 -- with a failed ... invasion followed the next day. The given reason for the war was to seize weapons of mass destruction that Western leaders claimed ...
  • ... Long Beach, California. The first opera about the Iraq War experience is inspired by the life and work of U.S. Marine gunner ... as they search for hope and healing in the aftermath of a war that changed their relationships forever. The opera provides a glimpse ...
  • ... history. On Sunday, journalists revealed 11.5 million secret files from the database of the world’s fourth-largest offshore ... Activists Arrested at Creech AF Base Crow Nation War Chief Joseph Medicine Crow Dies at 102 Moreese Bickham, Freed Death ...
  • From the Civil War to the war in Iraq , L.A. Times book editor David Ulin discusses his favorite ... the Civil War to the war in Iraq , Los Angeles Times book editor David L. Ulin ...
  • Ten years later, what does the Iraq War look like? What did we get for all that blood and treasure spent? Nearly ... spent. Ten years later, what does the Iraq War look like? What did we get for all that blood and treasure spent? Nearly ... spent. Rajiv Chandrasekaran spent time there during the war as Baghdad bureau chief for "The Washington Post." He later wrote the ...
  • ... animations, including Kindless Villain, a rumination on war told through the journey of two boys wandering through a stone fortress. ... Motion, and will answer questions following the screening. Secret Stories: The Films of Janie Geiser Thursday, October 21, 7:00 p.m. Ray ...
  • ... the recollections of violence and tragedy of an Iraq War veteran. It is a stunning example that conflict can ... opera also dramatizes the ways we react to violence and shows how we may heal from devastating experiences by sharing the pain in our ...
  • With very few exceptions, the American news media have refrained from showing images of dead or wounded U.S. service people in Iraq and Afghanistan. But L.A. Times media columnist James Rainey says this self-censorship gives the public a skewed view of the conflicts.
  • "Searching for Home: Coming Back From War " explores the harrowing effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) ... families after veterans return from combat spanning World War II to Afghanistan. Built on the pillars of The Truth, The Healing and The ...
  • EISENHOWER'S SECRET WAR examines Dwight D. Eisenhower's unwavering commitment - both public and ... news commentator and author Evan Thomas, Eisenhower's Secret War features the accounts of more than 20 key witnesses - ...

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