National Geographic: 21 Days To Baghdad Trailer

National Geographic: 21 Days To Baghdad Trailer (2003)

03 August 2003 Factual 62 mins

Astounding never-before-seen footage combines with candid interviews with soldiers and reporters to deliver an in-depth account of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Examine the Pentagon's plans for the "shock and awe" campaign, experience the confrontation in Basra, and witness the historic toppling of a statue of Sadam Hussein. 60 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; featurettes; interviews.

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