Steve Vogel

Washington Post

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Staff reporter for the Washington Post, covering issues involving veterans and the military; historian and author of Through the Perilous Fight: Six Weeks That Saved the Nation

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Living Americans remember September 11, and even Pearl Harbor, when the country was attacked from the outside.

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Living Americans remember September 11, and even Pearl Harbor, when the country was attacked from the outside.

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Living Americans remember September 11, and even Pearl Harbor, when the country was attacked from the outside.

'The Perilous Fight' in the War of 1812

Living Americans remember September 11, and even Pearl Harbor, when the country was attacked from the outside.

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In 2003, Saddam Hussein was said to have "weapons of mass destruction." There were hints he was tied to September 11. Eighty percent of Americans supported the US invasion.

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