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The Gulf War Chronicles: A Military History of the First War with Iraq

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There is no single source that contains the detailed minute-by-minute description of Operation Desert Storm available in "The Gulf War Chronicles." Richard S. Lowry, an accomplished military historian, went to great lengths to compile the most accurate information available about each battle, and even each encounter, of the first war with Iraq. "The Gulf War Chronicles" is ...more
Hardcover, 312 pages
Published November 6th 2003 by iUniverse (first published 2003)
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Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNabDesert Storm by Joseph B. GeorgeGulf War Journal by Don LomaxThe One That Got Away by Chris RyanCrusade by Rick Atkinson
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17th out of 17 books — 3 voters
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Jun 17, 2013 Bill Zawrotny rated it it was ok
As a connoisseur of military nonfiction books, it struck me as odd that I had never read an account of the war that I fought in (Desert Shield/Storm), so I decided to start with this book. Big mistake. Not only was the book riddled with typos and mistaken nomenclature for both U.S. and Iraqi military equipment, but the structure of the book made it impossible to follow at times. It jumped from military unit to unit with no transition and no apparent rhyme or reason. At times it was chronological ...more
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Richard S. Lowry is an internationally recognized military historian and author. His last book, New Dawn, the battles for Fallujah, Savas Beatie LLC, May, 2010, was been nominated for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in History, the Military Writer’s Society of America’s 2010 History Award and the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation’s coveted Wallace M. Greene, Jr. award. Richard has previously published the ...more
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