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Monday, July 03, 2006

Buffalo's Artvoice Magazine Presents Iraq Vet Stories

As we move into the Fourth of July holiday celebrations, when better to read the stories of some of those who've recently worn the uniform to defend our nation? This month's cover story in Buffalo, New York's Artvoice magazine presents a selection of Iraq veteran oral histories and artwork that breathes life into the pain and death of war. (a pdf of the article is also available for download). More oral histories are found in Join Us? Testimonies of Iraq War Veterans and their Families, a pdf pamphlet by the group Historians Against War.

Meanwhile, the Washington Post has done an admirable job collecting the experiences of hundreds of troops returning from Iraq via their In Their Own Words page. Please add links in comments if you'd like to enrich the selection I've offered.

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