The War Comes Home is structured around the different experiences of US veterans of the Iraq war. Sections of the book are dedicated to the difficulties of reintegrating to civilian life after coming home, living with disability, unemployment, dealing with the military bureaucracy, suicide, and homelessness - as well as more upbeat sections about families, communities and fellow veterans pulling together to help each other.
"A biased but thoughtful look at soldier's issues"
From the spellows of Czechoslovakia in World War ll, an enterprising land owner risks all to protect his family and his home from the encroaching Nazi occupation. Nazi advancement from the south, Auschwitz just to the north - what would you do? Descendants of the Holocaust and those in general of the oppression of the Nazi regime are turning their hearts to their fathers and their harrowing ordeals. This story will bring to life the battle and fight for life of a few against a numerous heartless enemy - the Nazis
In spring 2008, inspired by the Vietnam-era Winter Soldier hearings, Iraq Veterans Against the War gathered veterans to expose war crimes in Afghanistan and Iraq. Here are the powerful words, images, and documents of this historic gathering, which show the reality of life in Afghanistan and Iraq.
"Iraq & Afghanistan Vets Tell It Like It Is"