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Histories are Mirrors: The Path of Conflict Through Afghanistan and Iraq by  Tyler; John F. Burns; Ian Fisher Hicks - First Edition - 2004 - from A&D Books and

Histories are Mirrors: The Path of Conflict Through Afghanistan and Iraq

by Hicks, Tyler; John F. Burns; Ian Fisher

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New York: Umbrage, 2004. Hardcover. First edition, first printing, 2004. Fine hardcover in a Fine dust jacket with a touch of shelf wear. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Presents the excellent photojournalism of Tyler Hicks, from the World Trade Center, September 2001, to Afghanistan with the Northern Alliance, to the battle for Iraq. Photographs by Tyler Hicks; essays by John F. Burns and Ian Fisher. 128 pages; color plates throughout; 9.5 x 11.25 inches.


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