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Eyewitness Vietnam: Firsthand Accounts from Operation Rolling Thunder to the Fall of Saigon. With a single CD of interviews.

Vietnam War Literature] Gilmore, Donald L. and D.M. Giangreco.

Published by Stirling Publishing, New York, 2006
ISBN 10: 1402728522 / ISBN 13: 9781402728525
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Title: Eyewitness Vietnam: Firsthand Accounts from ...

Publisher: Stirling Publishing, New York

Publication Date: 2006

Edition: First Printing of the First Edition

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A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. This history relies heavily documented here . "Eyewitness Vietnam" tells the story of America's longest war through first-hand recollections of the events by the men and women who lived it set against the larger historical narrative of U.S. military and political involvement in Southeast Asia. Complete with nearly 400 color and black and white photographs, many of which have never been published before. Bookseller Inventory # 23430

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Using the same format that made Eyewitness D-Day so unforgettable, this new volume offers an equally powerful look at the Vietnam War.

The Vietnam War was one of the most controversial conflicts of the 20th century. It was also one of the most divisive. American involvement in Vietnam nearly tore the nation apart, and the war?s repercussions remain a part of the public consciousness. Written by military historian Donald Gilmore and edited by D.M. Giangreco—author of Eyewitness D-DayEyewitness Vietnam traces the history of America?s longest war, illuminating its causes, battles, and aftereffects, its unfolding and unraveling. Accompanied by maps and nearly 250 photographs—many seen here for the first time—each chapter highlights a specific operation and special feature of the fighting, from the Viet Cong?s guerrilla tactics to the MIA issue. And, just as in the bestselling Eyewitness D-Day, numerous interviews with first-hand participants, both American and Vietnamese, present a compelling, intimate, and deeply personal view of this tumultuous time.

 “I never had the thought that our mission wasn?t worth it. I questioned the rules by which we had to operate…those were dumb. Those cost lives.?—Major Leo Thorsness, Wild Weasel squadron pilot, Medal of Honor recipient

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