by Mark Etherington
Hardcover, 252 pages, Cornell Univ Pr, List Price: $27.95 |
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January 11, 2006 In October 2003, Mark Etherington became governor of the Shiite-majority Wasit Province in Iraq. Six months later, Etherington, isolated from the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad, was forced to flee his headquarters in al-Kut, the province's capital. His new book is Revolt on the Tigris.
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