Osama Bin Laden - Up Close and Personal
Curated by History Hit • 50m
In 2011, US-troops killed the leader of Al-Qaeda and recovered documents and hard drives. This material is now available and offers a new perspective on Osama Bin Laden. This documentary analyses Osama Bin Laden's private correspondence and uses "graphic novel"-elements to recount how he spent the last years of his life in his hideout in Pakistan, where he devised new strategies for his terror while taking care of his extensive family.
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