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National Geographic: 21 Days to Baghdad (2003)

National Geographic looks at the invasion of Iraq and follows U.S. soldiers as they travel twenty-ones days through a war-zone from Kuwait to Baghdad.
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Terry MacDonald ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
Joseph L. Galloway ...
Himself - Senior Military Correspondent, Knight-Ridder
Judy Adamouski ...
Herself - James's Mother
Gary Scurka ...
Himself - National Geographic Producer
Charles Poe ...
Himself - National Geographic Producer
Dana Priest ...
Herself - Washington Post Reporter
Kris Kral ...
Herself - National Geographic Editor
Robert Crear ...
Himself - U.S. Army (as Brig. Gen. Robert Crear)
Brian Krause ...
Himself - Boots & Coots
Richard Meyers ...
Himself - Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (as Gen. Richard Meyers)
Chris Gunderson ...
Himself - U.S. Navy (as Cpt. Chris Gunderson)
Victor Renuart ...
Himself - U.S. Air Force (as Maj. Gen. Victor Renuart)
Michael O'Hanlon ...
Himself - Brookings Institution
Tariq Aziz ...
Himself - Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister
Will Grimsley ...
Himself - U.S. Army (as Col. Will Grimsley)
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National Geographic looks at the invasion of Iraq and follows U.S. soldiers as they travel twenty-ones days through a war-zone from Kuwait to Baghdad.

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Documentary | War

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1 July 2003 (USA)  »

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propaganda at its best
3 March 2006 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

This must be seen to be believed,,, and I guess thats the big problem with these "documentaries", that allot of people do see them. Without a questioning standpoint this will be swallowed hook, line and sinker by the general masses out there.

But if you are versed in the Iraqi - USA conflict this farce suddenly becomes a hilarious look at propaganda filming at its very best. A lovely piece of 'imbedded reporting' Well done USA, wars over in 21 days ,,,,?? just keep chanting

USA,USA,USA,USA,USA,... cut to 2006,,, USA,USA,USA,USA,USA,USA,USA

cut to 2010 ,,,2020,,, etc


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