Once a warrior king: memories of an officer in Vietnam

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McGraw-Hill, 1985 - History - 323 pages
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A first lieutenant's memoir recreates the tense drama of combat in the Mekong Delta, the close associations he developed with the Vietnamese in that region, and his struggle to readjust to civilian life in the states

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Review: Once A Warrior King: Memories of an Officer in Vietnam

User Review  - Clyde - Goodreads

This is one of the better personal accounts to come out of the Vietnam War. In a remote province in Vietnam's Mekong delta, First Lieutenant David Donovan became a de facto ruler. Hence the title ... Read full review

Review: Once A Warrior King: Memories of an Officer in Vietnam

User Review  - Cary - Goodreads

One of the better books about the war in Vietnam. It focuses on one officers control of a province in the Mekong Delta in the Vietnam War. His friendships with the locals, battles, action packed. Read full review

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The Beginnings
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PART II
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