Staying alive in a war zone is obviously a good idea.  Less obvious is how to achieve that result. Veteran correspondents and photographers build their own, sometimes quirky, reserves of experience. Rosie Garthwaite, a correspondent with Al Jazeera English, drew on her own and that of many others to compile her new book "How to Avoid Getting Killed in a War Zone." Claude Adams — no stranger to war zones himself — provides a very personal review.

Staying alive in a war zone is obviously a good idea.  Less obvious is how to achieve that result. Veteran correspondents and photographers build their own, sometimes quirky, reserves of experience. Rosie Garthwaite, a correspondent with Al Jazeera English, drew on her own and that of many others to compile her new book How to Avoid Getting Killed in a War Zone. Claude Adams — no stranger to war zones himself — provides a very personal review. To read it, check out Adams' blog.

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