Mayer, Catherine
March 2007
Time;3/5/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 10, p79
This article reports on Prince Harry's alleged impending tour of duty in Basra, Iraq. Britain's Ministry of Defense denies the report. In an excerpt from a 2005 interview, Harry reflects on fighting with his regiment. Harry's uncle, Prince Andrew is also mentioned in regards to his military service in the Falkland Islands.


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