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With Islamic extremists gaining ground in Iraq, and the Obama administration being pulled back into the conflict, FRONTLINE presents Losing Iraq, a timely and late-breaking report on the crisis in Iraq.
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PBSFRONTLINE: Losing Iraq DVD
 
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5.0

Extremely Significant!

By RICO Attorney

from Vancouver, WA

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Losing Iraq DVD:

19 Oct 2015

This program warrants the attention of everyone seriously concerned about gradual escalation of an armed conflict that must be avoided by America!

 
5.0

Sobering Reminder of An Ill Advised Misadventure

By RICO Attorney

from Vancouver, WA

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Losing Iraq DVD:

This DVD presents compelling reasons why the United States failed diplomatically by its ill conceived basis for invading Iraq and having to come to grips with the consequences. Thee diplomatic route should have been pursued aggressively to avoid military intervention.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A must have on the war in Iraq.

By Hunter

from The 50th State

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Comments about PBS FRONTLINE: Losing Iraq DVD:

A better historic compilation in audio/video of the many blunders in Iraq doesn't exist. From Bremer's Coalition Provisional order #1 on de-Ba'athification to Malaki's political isolation of Sunnis through 2014, this volume accurately depicts the fractious nature of governing Mesopotamia. In years to come, this work will be frequently referenced for its accuracy.

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