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The Prisoner in His Palace Saddam Hussein His American Guards and What History Leaves UnsaidMs coexisting in one person the defiant tyrant who uses torture and murder as tools and a shrewd but contemplative prisoner who exhibits surprising affection dignity and courage in the face of looming death In this thought provoking narrative Saddam known as the man without a conscience gets many of those around him to examine theirs A singular study exhibiting both military duty and human compassionKirkus Reviews The Prisoner in His Palace grants us a behind the scenes look at history that's nearly impossible to put downa mesmerizing glimpse into the final moments of a brutal tyrant's lifeBookPage

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The Prisoner in His Palace Saddam Hussein His American Guards and What History Leaves Unsaid mobi ✓ Hardcover Read Ð [PDF / Epub] ☄ The Prisoner in His Palace Saddam Hussein His American Guards and What History Leaves Unsaid By Will Bardenwerper – DIn the tradition of In Cold Blood and The Executioner's Song this haunting insightful and surprisingly intimate portrait of Saddam Hussein provides a brief but powerful meditation on the meaning of evil and powerUSA TODAY The captivatingMilitary Times The Prisoner in His Palace invites us to take a journey with twelve young American soldiers in the summer of 2006 Shortly after being deployed to Ira they learn their assignment guarding Saddam Hussein in the months before his execution Living alongside and caring for their high value detainee and regularly transporting him to his raucous trial many o

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F the men begin uestioning some of their most basic assumptions about the judicial process Saddam's character and the morality of modern war Although the young soldiers' increasingly intimate conversations with the once feared dictator never lead them to doubt his responsibility for unspeakable crimes the men do discover surprising new layers to his psyche that run counter to the media's portrayal of him Woven from firsthand accounts provided by many of the American guards government officials interrogators scholars spies lawyers family members and victims The Prisoner in His Palace shows two Sadda