These Good Men: Friendships Forged from War

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Crown Publishers, 1989 - Friendship - 310 pages
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An award-winning journalist pieces together the postwar lives of the men with whom he survived a horrific ambush to create a heroic portrait of soldiers-turned-civilians struggling to recover from the trauma of war

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These good men: friendships forged from war

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Former Marine Norman was not at a bloody ambush at a bridge over the Quang Tri River because he had taken over another duty, but the other members of his squad were, and they were riddled with bullets ... Read full review

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Should be read by anyone who wishes to understand the toll war takes on warriors.No one writes better about this than Mr. Norman. Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE The Way Back
1
THREE Too Much to Tell
77
Unaccounted For
147
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Michael Norman, a former reporter and columnist for the "New York Times", is on the faculty of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University and is the author of "These Good Men: Friendships Forged in War".

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