Brutal Urban Combat: Battle of Fallujah (2004) | Animated History


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Brutal Urban Combat: Battle of Fallujah (2004) | Animated History



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Sources:
Head, William. “The Battles of Al-Fallujah: Urban Warfare and the Growth of Air Power.” Air Power History 60, no. 4 (2013): 32-51. Accessed June 1, 2021.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/26276386.

Knarr, William (Bill), Dale Alford, Mary Hawkins, David Graves, Jennifer Goodman, Matthew Dobson, Carolyn Leonard, John Frost, Tracy King, Thomas Jones, and Matt Coursey. Al Sahawa “The Awakening Volume V: Al Anbar Province, Area of Operations Raleigh, Fallujah.” Report. Institute for Defense Analyses, 2016. 2-1–14. Accessed June 6, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep22900.5.

Reyhani, Roman. “The Legality of the Use of White Phosphorus by the United States Military during the 2004 Fallujah Assaults.” Berkeley Electronic Press Preprint Series, 2007.

West, Bing. No True Glory. Bantam, 2005.

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  1. Sign up for Bright Cellars today and save 50% off of your first 6-bottle box of wine: https://www.brightcellars.com/armchair/

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  2. I was worried the recentness of this battle would continue to prevent people's ability to examine it, both for its tactics and its morality. Tough decisions were made, decisions that have had consequences ever since and will continue to have consequences moving forward. No decision is made in a vacuum however, and I feel its important we take the time to examine even those conflicts which we consider notorious – maybe even more so than the others.

    I know there is a game coming out called Six Days in Fallujah and there has been significant discussion surrounding if the game is appropriate or 'should exist.' I think having a hands off approach to any event is unhealthy, and art should explore the things that make us comfortable even if only to be used as highlights for WHY those things make us uncomfortable.

  3. Stalingrad, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising of 1943 and the Warsaw uprising in 1944, Manila, Berlin in WW2, Budapest during the Hungarian revolution of 1956, Hue and Saigon during the Vietnam War, and now Fallujah. Urban warfare is the worst, most violent, and traumatizing…