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Enduring the Freedom: a Rogue Historian in Afghanistan.


Enduring the freedom; a rogue historian in Afghanistan.

Maloney, Sean M.

Potomac Books, Inc.


336 pages




Maloney (Royal Military College War Studies Programme, Canadian Defence Academy) describes Western military operations in Afghanistan through 2003. He reports on the campaigns from his perspective as a military historian and base on personal visits to Kabul, Bagram, and Kandahar in 2003. He is generally supportive of Western goals as well as the methods used to achieve them, but does sprinkle a little advice on how military matters can be improved into the text. Distributed in the US by Books International.

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Date:Aug 1, 2006
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