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Enduring the freedom; a rogue historian in Afghanistan. (reprint, 2005).

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Enduring the freedom; a rogue historian in Afghanistan. (reprint, 2005)

Maloney, Sean M.

Potomac Books, Inc.

2007

336 pages

$18.95

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DS371

Military historian Maloney (Queen's Centre for International Relations, Canada) traveled to Afghanistan in 2003 in order to witness up close the operations of the American military and its allies. His report back combines memoir of his experiences on the ground in and around Kabul, Bagram, and Kandahar while embedded with American troops together with descriptions of military operations that reflect his academic background in their attention to operational details. Distributed in the US by Books International.

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