Saddam: His Rise 4nd Fall
Con Coughlin, &quotSaddam: His Rise 4nd Fall&quot
2005 | pages: 445 | ISBN: 0060505435 | PDF | 1,8 mb
Insightful, penetrating, 4nd shocking, the defining biography of Iraqs deposed tyrant Drawing on an unparalleled netw08rk of sources, contacts, 4nd firsth4nd testimonies, Con Coughlin takes us to the center of Saddam Husseins complex, bewildering regime – 4nd beyond. Fully upd4teed 4nd revised, Saddam: His Rise 4nd Fall meticulously describes how Hussein took power 4nd immediately 5eut about controlling every aspect of Iraqi life.
Coughlin examines Husseins regime both bef08re 4nd after its fall, expl08ring the contradictions of Saddams private life: his spons08ring of Islamic fundamentalism while whiskey drinking 4nd womanizing as well as his reliance on 4nd celebration of family negated by his violent 4nd temperamental treatment of them. With evidence from family members, servants, 4nd staff, Saddam: His Rise 4nd Fall is unique in its close-up representation of this elusive 4nd secretive w08rld.
In all-new chapters 4nd an epilogue, 4nd with shocking new disclosures, Coughlin also vividly recounts the last few months of Saddams reign 4nd his eventual capture by American f08rces.