This volume provides an account of the Vietnam War. Starting with Ho Chi Minh's revolt against the French, the book takes the reader through the succeeding years as scholars, government officials and others recount the important events and examine issues that arose during this tumultuous time....
|Title||:||Light At The End Of The Tunnel: A Vietnam War Anthology|
|Number of Pages||:||392 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Light At The End Of The Tunnel: A Vietnam War Anthology Reviews
In my opinion the best anthology I've ever read. This author collected and presented a plethora of primary and secondary documents in an easy to follow way. He provides dissenting views on the same topic in a way that adds to the current discussion rather than detracting from it as many do. This is a must for any person wanting to understand the Vietnam War from the perspective of the men who brought the war to bear, from both the North and the South, the Americans and the Anti-war individuals to the role of women. A true must read for total comprehension of the topic.