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Bush White House Pre-Iraq War Documents Published by


Los Angeles, CA - BACM Research’s has announced the release of a collection primary source documents dealing with American and British domestic events leading up to the March 20, 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Subsequent to the release of President George W. Bush’s memoir, “Decision Points,” has published 442 pages of key documents related to the political and public relations moves leading up to the 2003 Iraq War. The Iraq War Prelude papers have been added to the already 17,361 pages of President George W. Bush and Bush Administration papers published by

The Iraq War Prelude collection features documents highlighting the development of the Bush Administration and British government’s case for going to war against Iraq. The documents date from January 2001 to July 2004, with most documents from the year 2002. Some of the documents were not released through the Freedom of Information Act until September 2008.

The Iraq War Prelude collection includes documents from the President George W. Bush Administration, United States State Department, Department of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency, British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the British Prime Minister’s Office.

Topics covered include Iraqi regime change policy, political strategy, press guidance, Iraq Liberation Act, aluminum tubes, weapons of mass destruction, September 11th attacks, gaining support of allies, Free Iraqi Forces and the aftermath of regime change. Includes correspondences from and/or to Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice, Douglas Feith, and British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw.

The entire 17,803 George W. Bush Administration Papers & Reports collection can be obtained at

The Iraq War Prelude collection can be downloaded separately for free at

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