Adrian Bonenberger

Adrian Bonenberger is the author of Afghan Post, his war memoirs, and has published essays with The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, and Foreign Policy, mostly on military and veteran-themed issues. Along with three other mischief-makers and combat veterans, he writes for and co-edits The Wrath Bearing Tree, a pro-intellectual, anti-narrative project in dialogue curation.


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What Really Happened at Stalingrad?

Historian Jochen Hellbeck talks about the way nations remember the battle for Stalingrad, and what this says about nationalism and collective memory....

What Really Happened at Stalingrad?
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