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by Con Coughlin

Author: Con Coughlin
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan (October 4, 2002)
Pages: 300 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.2
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Saddam:The Secret Life describes how Saddam took power and immediately set about controlling every aspect of. .Con Coughlin has uncovered more details of the Iraqi dictator's upbringing than have ever before seen the light of day'. Christopher Hudson, Daily Mail. Kullanıcılar ne diyor?

Saddam:The Secret Life describes how Saddam took power and immediately set about controlling every aspect of Iraqi life. Coughlin examines Saddam's regime both before and after its fall, exploring the contradictions of Saddam's private life. With evidence from both family members, servants and staff, Saddam: The Secret Life is unique in its representation of this bizarre and secretive world. Coughlin recounts the last few months of Saddam's reign and his eventual capture by American forces. Kullanıcılar ne diyor?

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Saddam:The Secret Life describes how Saddam took power and immediately set about controlling every aspect of Iraqi life. An excellent and disturbing book' William Shawcross, Sunday Telegraph 'Con Coughlin has uncovered more details of the Iraqi dictator's upbringing than have ever before seen the light of day'.

He is the critically acclaimed author of the New York Times bestseller Saddam: His Rise and Fall. He has also written for the Wall Street Journal and the Atlantic Monthly. He lives in London, England. Библиографические данные.

Saddam: The Secret Life is a book by Con Coughlin. It tells the story of Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, and his career. ru 742. Похожие книги: United Nations Security Council and the Iraq War. Jesse Russell,Ronald Cohn.

Saddam's life might have been secret for many Westerners and even non-Iraqi Arabs, but for Iraqis, the stories of terror, corruption and palace conspiracies were everywhere. Coughlin did a marvelous job in documenting them and putting them together. The book highlights Saddam's mastery of fist-fighting at first, which compensated his little intellect and political ability

Saddam Coughlin Con Pan Macmillan 9780330435277 : Drawing on an unparalleled network of sources . Coughlin examines Saddams regime both before and after its fall, exploring the contradictions of Saddams private life.

Saddam Coughlin Con Pan Macmillan 9780330435277 : Drawing on an unparalleled network of sources, contacts, and first hand testimonies, Con Coughlin takes us to the centre of Saddams complex an. His sponsoring of Islamic fundamentalism at odds with his whisky drinking and womanising; his reliance on and celebration of family negated by his violent and temperamental treatment of them.

Coughlin examines Saddam's regime both before and after its fall, exploring the contradictions of Saddam's private life. With evidence from both family members, servants and staff, Saddam: The Secret Life is unique in its representation of this illusive and secretive world.

Insightful, penetrating, and shocking, the defining biography of Iraq's deposed tyrant Drawing on an unparalleled network of sources, contacts, and firsthand testimonies, Con Coughlin takes us to the center of Saddam Hussein's complex, bewildering regime -- and beyond. Fully updated and revised, Saddam: His Rise and Fall meticulously describes how Hussein took power and immediately set about controlling every aspect of Iraqi life. Coughlin examines Hussein's regime both before and after its fall, exploring the contradictions of Saddam's private life: his sponsoring of Islamic fundamentalism while whiskey drinking and womanizing as well as his reliance on and celebration of family negated by his violent and temperamental treatment of them. With evidence from family members, servants, and staff, Saddam: His Rise and Fall is unique in its close-up representation of this elusive and secretive world. In all-new chapters and an epilogue, and with shocking new disclosures, Coughlin also vividly recounts the last few months of Saddam's reign and his eventual capture by American forces.