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The Long March of The Kurds. 40 years of history in the making

Chris Kutschera

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It is with these unique documents - some 130 articles published in the major international press and 25O often previously unseen photos - that a pair of reporters, a photographer and a journalist, publishing their reportages under the name of Chris Kutschera, have retraced 40 years of Kurdish history.

These 40 years, from 1971 to 2011, cover certain major episodes in the history of the Kurdish movement, from the struggle waged by general Barzani in his Hamilton road bastion to the quasi-independence of an Iraqi Kurdistan on the brink of becoming an oil emirate, along with the combat of the Iranian Kurds against the Islamic regime in Tehran and the epic tale of Abdullah Ocalan and the Kurdistan Workers' Party in Turkey. Presented with notes that situate them against the background of the period and that of the authors' journalistic career, these documents are essential keys to an understanding of the struggle of a people numbering over 30 million to have at last its own State.

Chris Kutschera has already published several books on Kurdistan and the Kurds: Le mouvement national kurde (1979), Le défi kurde ou le rêve fou de l'indépendance (1997), Le Kurdistan, guide littéraire (1998), Le livre noir de Saddam Hussein (2005), Kurdistan Stories (2007).

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