On December 13, 2003 Former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was captured near his home town of Tikrit. These two photographs were taken the day after his capture, one shows how he looked as captured and the second with his beard shaven to confirm his identity.
Left - Portrait: Republic of Iraq Former President Saddam Hussein, following his capture by US Army (USA) Soldiers in Tikrit, Iraq, 12/14/2003
Right - Portrait: Republic of Iraq Former President Saddam Hussein, following his capture by US Army (USA) Soldiers in Tikrit, Iraq. Hussein had his beard shaven to confirm his identity, 12/14/2003
A day in the life of a President
This is the February 27, 1991, entry from the daily appointment log kept by President George H.W. Bush. Presidents keep a daily log of meetings with personal acquaintances, foreign representatives, and domestic advisors. On this day the log notes that at 9:02 p.m. eastern standard time, the President addressed the nation about the suspension of offensive combat operations in the Persian Gulf.
Ultimatum Letter from President Bush to Saddam Hussein
Operation Desert Storm began on January 17, 1991. Twelve days earlier, President George Bush sent this letter to Saddam Hussein explaining the course of action that would follow if Iraq did not withdraw from Kuwait and comply with the UN Security Resolution.