David Finkel

Pulitzer Prize-wining journalist

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist at the Washington Post and 2012 MacArthur Fellow; author of The Good Soldiers, which follows one battalion into war in Iraq, and Thank You for Your Service,, which examines the lives of those same soldiers back at home

David Finkel on KCRW

During the so-called 2007 "surge" in Iraq, the Washington Post's David Finkel embedded with the 2-16 Battalion in East Baghdad. He produced a  book  about the realities of warfare.

Author David Finkel on the Long Road Home from Iraq

During the so-called 2007 "surge" in Iraq, the Washington Post's David Finkel embedded with the 2-16 Battalion in East Baghdad. He produced a book about the realities of warfare.

from Which Way, L.A.?

During the so-called 2007 "surge" in Iraq, the Washington Post's David Finkel embedded with the 2-16 Battalion in East Baghdad. He produced a  book  about the realities of warfare.

Author David Finkel on the Long Road Home from Iraq

During the so-called 2007 "surge" in Iraq, the Washington Post's David Finkel embedded with the 2-16 Battalion in East Baghdad. He produced a book about the realities of warfare.

from To the Point

In 2007, during the so-called “surge” in Iraq, David Finkel of the  Washington Post  embedded with the 2-16 battalion in East Baghdad.

Author David Finkel on the Long Road Home from Iraq

In 2007, during the so-called “surge” in Iraq, David Finkel of the Washington Post embedded with the 2-16 battalion in East Baghdad.

from To the Point

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