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In June 2010 America's war in Afghanistan surpassed the Vietnam War as the longest war in America's history. American, British and coalition forces have been fighting in Afghanistan since October 2001, a month following the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York. By the end of the year the war seemed won. But a decade on the ongoing conflict seems far from over.

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Published March 25th 2011 by Rupert Colley, via Smashwords
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The only reason I gave it few stars is because this war is still clear as mud. Rupert Colley is easy to read and his books are always a fast read no matter the subject
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A very good and easy to understand summary of the Afghan war. Definitely worth a read if you want a quick account of the Afghanistan situation.
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Founder, writer and Series Editor of History In An Hour (http://historyinanhour.com), owned by HarperCollins UK, and now author of two novels.

The first, "My Brother the Enemy", a novella, is set during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.

The second, "This Time Tomorrow", set during and following World War One, is a compelling story of war, brotherly love, passion and betrayal.

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