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Revolution Day (TPB) By Rageh Omaar

Revolution Day (TPB)
by Rageh Omaar

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The human story of the battle of Iraq in 2003 from the perspective of the BBC news correspondent, Rageh Omaar, who had spent several years living and reporting from Iraq before the war. He describes the atmosphere before the bombardment of Baghdad began and how the populous coped.
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Revolution Day (TPB): The human story of the battle for Iraq by Rageh Omaar

The first book, entitled Revolution Day will be Rageh Omaar's story of the recent Iraq war. During that conflict millions of people turned to Omaar for the quality of his reports from Baghdad. This will be the most important book to come out of the conflict. Omaar has reported from the region for several years and his proposal demonstrates his uniquely personal and insightful response both to the country and its people. It shows that he is not just a fine correspondent but also a terrific writer. Omaar's television and radio reports have secured his position among some of the finest correspondents of recent years and Revolution Day will be a vivid and resonant account of a conflict at the centre of modern politics that will be read by generations of readers for many years to come.

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Revolution Day (TPB): The human story of the battle for Iraq by Rageh Omaar
Rageh Omaar
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Penguin Books Ltd
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