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Section I: April 1975
City of Phantoms, Kassie Neou
The River, David Schiacchitano
The Victory Parade, Truong Nhu Tang
Giai Phong (Liberation), Tran Van Luu
Section II: Democrats and Revolutionaries, 1954-1963
Land of the Open Fly, Anne Miller
The White House Mission, Gen. Edward Lansdale
Revolution, Mrs. Le Thi Anh
The nationalist Forces, Ha Thuc Ky
Land Reform, Hoang Van Chi
The Geneva Conference, Stephen Young
The New Republic, Gen. Edward Lansdale
Pacification, Rufus Phillips
The Seeds of War, Nguyen Tuong Lai
The Underground School, Truong Mealy
The Barefoot Dancer, Gen. Edward Lansdale
Invitation to a Sideshow, Penn Nouth
The Scrabble Game, Gen. Edward Lansdale
The Third Force, Ha Thuc Ky
The Ho Chi Minh Trail, Nguyen Toung Lai
The National Liberation Front, Truong Nhu Tang
The Chinese Priest, Gen. Edward Lansdale
The Forest of Pencils, Anne Miller
The Cyclops, Rufus Phillips
POW, Dan Pitzer
The Short Tour, Chuck Allen
Section III: War Without Glory
Kennedy's Soldiers, Frank McCarthy
The Gathering Storm, Ken Moorefield
What is Beautiful, Gen. Lu Mong Lan
Self-Deception, Edward Brady
the Cherry, Rufus Phillips/Jonathan Polanksy
Care Packages, Jim Noonan
Leatherneck Square, Adolphus Stuart
Rules of Engagement, Mark Berent
Soldier of the Revolution, Nguyen Tuong Lai
Project Delta, Chuck Allen
Counterterror, Gen. Lu Mong Lan
The Deserted Village, Adolphus Stuart
The Shadow, Nguyen Tuong Lai
The Release, Dan Pitzer
Psychological Warfare, Truong Nhu Tang
Rings of Steel, Rufus Phillips
The Duck Pond, David Schiacchitano
The Cease-Fire, Tran Van Luu
Tactical Victory, Strategic Defeat, Col. Harry Summers
Grasping Straws, Peter Braestrup
The Tet Photo, Eddie Adams
Player Dramatic Teams, Ron Norris
Ticket-Punching, Ken Moorefield
Body Count, Col. Dennison Lane
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Oral histories by Vietnamese and Americans covering four decades of the war in Vietnam.

About the Author

Al Santoli is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller Everything We Had, which was nominated for a 1983 American Book Award. He served in Vietnam with the 25th Infantry Division and received three Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star for valor.

Reviews

Santoli (Everything We Had spent three years traveling in the U.S., Europe and Asia, recording the oral histories collected here. His 48 eloquent subjects include officials, diplomats and soldiers from both sides; their testimony is ``indispensable,'' PW commented. (June)

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