by Martha Raddatz
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Documents the two-day firefight in Sadr City that began the Iraqi insurgency, during which eight 1st Cavalry Division soldiers were killed and numerous others wounded, an engagement that was vigilantly monitored by their loved ones back home.
January 15, 2008 In April 2004, the Iraqi insurgency shifted into high gear when U.S. troops in Sadr City came under a brutal surprise attack. Martha Raddatz examines that battle and the effects of war on the soldiers in her book, The Long Road Home.
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March 1, 2007 ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Martha Raddatz has a new book about a battle that was a turning point in the Iraq war, an April 2004 fight in Baghdad's Sadr City. It was then that American troops realized they were facing an insurgency.
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