The Battle of 2003
by Cedric McClain & Carlyle Brown
How it all started
the countries that were involved
Withdrawn Coalition Forces:
Pictures Of The Iraq War
here is a group of army members carring a USA flag.
in the war
here is a group of soldiers going over there gameplan.
in this newspaper the war is finally over
artical on the war of 2003
The basic feature of U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War was inclusiveness -- a willingness to embrace any country that opposed communism, whatever its type of government. The United States contested the Soviet system and held the line militarily, and its consistent and comprehensive approach eventually led to the Soviet Union's implosion.
After the Cold War came the "war on terror." Islamist terrorists tried to bring down the World Trade Center in 1993 and bombed the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998. Then came the attacks of September 11, 2001. In response, the United States attacked Afghanistan and routed the Taliban. Then, in 2003, the United States invaded Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein and establish democracy there.During the war on terror, however, the United States has not been as inclusive as it was in its war against communism. Aside from those in the "coalition of the willing," even most European countries have distanced themselves from Washington
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How it ended
were this information came from
here is a group of soldiers holding down a base
3,500 soldiers have been killed by guns bombs and land mines and more
this is a cemetery filled with boots worn by the soldiers and under every boot there is a dead soldier