Iraq - 10 Years, 100 Viewpoints is a web-documentary that showcases life in Iraq that went live on May 1st, the date that President Bush declared "Mission Accomplished." It is hard to believe that it has been ten years since I watch bombs fall on Baghdad while doing my student teaching. For social studies teachers this documentary can provide a lot of useful information about this time period in U.S. and World History. I can also help teachers share the geography and culture of the region as well.
Learn about what it is like for Iraqis following the war and how religion, government, and economics plays a role in their daily lives from 100 different perspectives. Users can add different videos to their library for later viewing. Videos are also organized by 9 different categories and various tags as well.