Autopsy Of An Unwinnable War: Vietnam
- Vietnam & Korea
What was the Vietnam War really about?
Offering an informed and nuanced narrative of the 30-year conflict in Vietnam, this book seeks to explain why America could not win the war. It is written by a combatant not only in six violent, large battles and many smaller firefights, but a leader with a full range of pacification duties, a commander who lost 43 wonderful young men and many more who were wounded, men who were bravely doing what their country asked of them.
This story is the result of a quest for answers by a veteran who—after decades of wondering what it was about—turned to a years-long search of French, American, and Vietnamese sources. It is a story of success on the one hand, defeat on the other, and the ingredients of both, inspirational or sordid as they may be.
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|Release Date:||February 19, 2019|