The Tunnels of Cu Chi
A Harrowing Account of America's "Tunnel Rats" in the Underground Battlefields of Vietnam
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 299 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 November 2005|
The riveting, true story of the remarkable, but little known, Vietnam War campaigns fought inside 200 miles of secret tunnel networks around Saigon, between Viet Cong guerillas and special American forces.
About the Author
Tom Mangold has been an investigative reporter with BBC TV and a reporter for the Sunday Mirror and the Daily Express. As a war correspondent, he covered Vietnam, two Middle East wars, and the Russian invasion of Afghanistan. His first book, The File on the Tsar, was an international bestseller.
John Penycate is a journalist who has reported regularly for BBC TV's weekly public affairs shows The Money Programme and Panorama and has interviewed major political and business leaders. He lectures at the journalism schools of London and Westminster universities. A resident of London, Penycate is active in institutes and societies concerned with the media and public affairs.
"A claustrophobic but fascinating tale."
-The Wall Street Journal
"Chilling . . . what war really was and how it was fought."
-The New York Times
"Gripping . . . highly recommended."
-The Philadelphia Inquirer
-The Washington Post
|Publisher: ||Presidio Press|
|Dimensions: ||17.37 x 10.72 x 2.39 centimeters (0.17 kg)|