“The Iraq that I knew was a friendly Iraqi people but you could see things were starting to brew because we were starting to wear out our welcome.”
As U.S. forces entered Baghdad, Bryan Chan drove into the city from the eastern border of Libya in April 2003. Chan’s time in Iraq was during a “sweet spot,” a period when Iraqis were praising American troops as liberators.
Iraq war eyewitnesses: The stories behind the images
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