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Posted on Oct 26, 2011 in History News

Captured Records from the Government of Saddam Hussein Made Public

Gerald D. Swick

A portion of the voluminous archive of Iraqi records captured by American troops following the 2003 invasion of Iraq have been made public. Reports in The New York Times and the UK’s The Guardian summarize part of the information contained in the newly public documents reveal.

 For more on these records, go to the Conflict Records Research Center.

Additionally, information from FBI interviews with Saddam in 2004 is available at the George Washington University Website.


This link to the Institute for National Strategic Studies at the National Defense University provides a list of existing publications (2006–2011) based on captured Iraqi state records.