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"Our reports about civilian casualties here, about the resistance of the Iraqi forces, are going back to the United States. It helps those who oppose the war when you challenge the policy to develop their arguments." -- Peter Arnett
Peter Gregg Arnett, ONZM (born November 13, 1934, Riverton, New Zealand) is a New Zealand-American journalist.

Arnett worked for National Geographic magazine, and later for various television networks, most notably CNN. He is well known for his coverage of war, including the Vietnam War and the Gulf War. He was awarded the 1966 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting for his work in Vietnam, where he was present from 1962 to 1975, most of the time reporting for the Associated Press news agency. In 1994, Arnett wrote Live from the Battlefield: From Vietnam to Baghdad, 35 Years in the World's War Zones. In March 1997, Arnett was able to interview Osama bin Laden. The Journalism School at the Southern Institute of Technology is named after him.

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Total Books: 7
Saigon Has Fallen
2015 - Saigon Has Fallen (Paperback)
ISBN-13: 9780795346439
ISBN-10: 0795346433
Genres: History, Reference
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Live from the Battlefield From Vietnam to Baghdad 35 Years in the World's War Zones
Live From the Battlefield
1994 - Live From the Battlefield (Audio Cassette)Paperback, Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9780671886592
ISBN-10: 0671886592
Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
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Live from the Battlefield From Vietnam to Baghdad--35 Years in the World's War Zones
Live From The Battlefield - From Vietnam To Baghdad 35 Years In The World's War Zones
Live From The Battlefield - From Vietnam To Baghdad 35 Years In The World's War Zones