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The Gulf War: Architects of Desert Storm 

TV-PG | | Documentary, War | Episode aired 1998
The top-secret planning behind the Coalition's victory over Iraq. How former CIA director President George Bush, General Norman Schwarzkopf, General Colin Powell and others gathered and ... See full summary »

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... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Dan Quayle ... Himself - Former Vice-President 1988-92
... Himself - Former White House Chief of Staff 1988-92
James Baker III ... Himself - Former Secretary of State 1988-92 (as James A. Baker III)
Michael Gordon ... Himself - N.Y. Times Military Correspondent
Richard Haass ... Himself - Former Special Assistant to President George Bush 1988-92 (as Richard N. Haass)
Bernard E. Trainor ... Himself - Co-Author 'The General's War' (as Lt. Gen. Bernard E. Trainor Ret.)
Winslow Wheeler ... Himself - Assistant Director General Accounting Office (as Winslow T. Wheeler)
Walter Boomer ... Himself - Marine Corps Commander - Desert Storm (as Gen. Walter E. Boomer Ret.)
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The top-secret planning behind the Coalition's victory over Iraq. How former CIA director President George Bush, General Norman Schwarzkopf, General Colin Powell and others gathered and analyzed the crucial information needed to develop their deceptive and overwhelming battlefield strategy in the Persian Gulf. Written by Anonymous

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