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

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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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