Conflict Records Research Center: Saddam Hussein Regime Collection
National Defense University. Conflict Records Research Center
"The records from Saddam Hussein's regime consist of a wide range of government files-audio recordings of high-level meetings, speeches by Saddam and senior officials, correspondence between ministries, records of the Presidential Diwan, and others-that bear mainly on issues related to national security, defense policy, and diplomacy. These records are categorized by their originating agency or office (for instance, Iraqi Intelligence Service or General Military Intelligence Directorate), and will eventually constitute the vast majority of CRRC [Conflict Records Research Center] holdings. The CRRC currently houses copies of over 800 Iraqi state records (over 29,000 pages). The archive only includes documents dated prior to 9 April 2003."
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    National Defense University. Conflict Records Research Center
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    Public Domain
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    Conflict Records Research Center:
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  • Subjects
    Military/War and warfare
    Weapons and weapon systems/Chemical weapons
    Politics and government/Foreign governments

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