Suicide Charlie: a Vietnam War story

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Praeger, 1993 - History - 189 pages
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Russell's story is more than a soldier's memoir because it speaks to the universal experience of soldiering. He also shares the struggles of his father, a WWII veteran who eventually took his own life, and his many comrades-in-arms. Russell wrote and produced an award-winning PBS-TV program entitled Fathers and Sons: Two Generations of American Combat Veterans.

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The author writes of his experience as the typical 19-year-old draftee infantryman dispatched in late 1968 to the 25th Division on the Cambodian border. In a low-key manner, he proceeds through the ... Read full review

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Contents

Getting Acquainted
1
Code of Silence
9
Lost in the South
17
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

NORMAN L. RUSSELL is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, and a self-employed writer. He has written and produced a PBS-TV program entitled, Fathers and Sons: Two Generations of American Combat Veterans, which won numerous awards.

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