All of Which I Saw captures the United States Marine Corps during some of the most dramatic and important moments of the Iraq War. The book takes the viewer across the Pacific aboard ship, into the Battle of Najaf and Second Battle of Fallujah?here Read took his now-iconic photograph of a wounded Sergeant Major Bradley Kasal?nd beyond into the bloody streets of Ramadi and the darkness of the Haditha massacre . . . only to return to the light of homecoming. During the Iraq War, no other photojournalist spent more time with the Marines, and this is a singular, stunning, and indispensable record of the conflict and the Marine Corps at war. Throughout, the book also contains Read? own contemporaneous accounts that tell the stories behind the photos, including Sgt. Maj. Kasal?, and captures the grim truths about the war in all its violence, tragedy, heroism, and sacrifice.
Lucian Read is an Emmy-award-winning director, cinematographer, and photojournalist. Between 2004 and 2010, he spent more than three years embedded with US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan and witnessed many of the pivotal events of both wars. His photojournalism work during the wars for publications such as?Vanity Fair, the?New Yorker,?Newsweek,?Time, and?Rolling Stone?garnered a World Press Photo Award in 2006. A portion of his work is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, Virginia. He is the creator of the inequality-in-America documentary series?America Divided. He also directed the Occupy Wall Street feature documentary?99%?n official 2013 Sundance selection. His work as a producer for the news magazine program?Dan Rather Reports from the Afghan War?was nominated for an Emmy in 2010. He currently lives with his family in Brooklyn, New York.

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