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bbIraq What happened
Iraq Reagan-Bush administration took Iraq off the list of terrorist nations U.S. sold technology and intelligence to Iraq
Iraq-Kuwait relations US govt. says it has no opinion on Arab- Arab relations US prepares for war in case of Iraqi invasion
Invasion of Kuwait US gives 48 hours for Arab negotiation 200,000 US troops in Saudi Arabia UN sec. Council resolution to Iraq- withdraw Iraq takes hostages to be human shields
War US bombs destroy Iraqi infrastructure 48 days, 88,000 tons of bombs 5-10,000 civilian deaths; 100,000 military
End of the War U.S. and coalition forces stop the fight against Iraq in southern Iraq and do not go after Saddam in Baghdad. Hussein uses armed helicopters to kill the Shiite rebels
No fly zones U.S. and British continued to enforce the no-fly zones
UN sanctions The U.S. leads the U.N. in maintaining sanctions. Medicines and chlorine needed to treat drinking water are banned as a dual use chemical.
Iraq Sometimes the enemy of our enemy is still our enemy.
TIME-LINE IRAQ. Aug. 2 nd 1990, Iraq invades Kuwait Aug 7 th 1990 US mobilizes Desert Shield Aug. 9 th 1990 US Arrives in Saudi Arabia NOV. 29.
Saddam Hussein declared that the invasion was a response to overproduction of oil in Kuwait Hussein claims this overproduction of oil had cost Iraq.
Name: Alyssa Spangler Gulf War. Who was the war with? The Gulf War was with U.S., Britain, France, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Syria, Italy VS. Iraq.
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Persian Gulf War August 1990-February 1991 Opponent: Iraq (Saddam Hussein) Allies: 22 nation coalition (16 involved in combat) President: George H.W. Bush.
Why did the US oppose Iraq invading Kuwait?. Conflicts in the Middle East.
Gulf War by Jack Hope. The Players Kuwait (invaded and occupied August 2, February 27, 1991) Iraq –Saddam Hussein (Iraqi President) Palestine.
Persian Gulf War Mr. Chojnacki US II. Background US, USSR, and China began shipping weapons to Iraq in the 1980’s Help w/ war against Iran Rumored.
War in Iraq Began in 2003; Saddam Hussein was the president of Iraq.
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Politics of the Middle East Gulf War I. Iraq – Kuwait Dispute Kuwait had been a part of the Ottoman Empire's province of Basra, The UK drew the border.
Overview Understand the causes, outcome and impact of Operation Desert Storm Understand how military aviation and national defense strategy fundamental.
BELLWORK 1.List three reasons why the Allies were successful in the Gulf War. 2.Explain the political effects of the Gulf War in Iraq. 3.How did the Gulf.
Iran-Iraq War th most lethal war of the 20 th Century.
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