THE LONG WAR: The Inside Story of America and Afghanistan Since 9/11
As troops pull out of Afghanistan at the end of America's longest war, Lyon uncovers the failures at the start that set the scene for this prolonged conflict. Told by the generals who led it through the hardest years of combat as surges of international troops tried to turn the tide. Color photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 1963279
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