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Frontline: The Arming of Iraq #656482

PBS Special for Thursday, Sep 13, 1990

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An examination of the development of Iraq's military force with Hodding Carter (PBS), author Neil Livingstone, Washington Institute for Near East Policy arms specialist Seth Karras, German Parliament member Norbert Gansel, German technician Berndt Mayer, Assistant US Attorney Martin Hemlis, US Customs agent Dennis Bass, British engineer Chris Cowley, David Saw of "Military Technology", Professor Amatzia Bharam, Matrix Churchill Sales Director Peter Allen, Chris Foss of "Jane's Defense Weekly", Gianluigi Martinelli of Schmiedemeccanica, British Labor Trade and Industry Spokesperson Gordon Brown, Alan Friedman of "The Financial Times of London", Norman Bailey, arms dealer Sarkis Saghanalian, former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense Stephen Bryen, excerpt of speech by then President Jimmy Carter, excerpt of statement by then State Department Spokesperson Hodding Carter, former Assistant Secretary of Defense Richard Armitage, former State Department diplomat Richard Murphy, Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, and Rep. Howard Berman.

Duration:
00:58:00

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