Death Valley: The Summer Offensive, I Corps, August 1969

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 10, 2011 - History - 352 pages
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Author of the well received Battle for Hue and Into Laos, Nolan once again captures the stark reality of combat in Vietnam.

NOTE: This edition does not include a photo insert.
 

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Contents

Preface
PART
Chapter OneYou Could Feel the Ghosts
Chapter TwoThe Arizona
Chapter ThreeContact
Chapter FourWhat Marines Do Best
Chapter FiveHounds Too Fast on the Hunt
PART
Chapter ElevenSurrounded
Chapter TwelveRunning
Chapter ThirteenEnter The Marines
Chapter FourteenCounterattack
Chapter FifteenThe Lost Battalion
Chapter SixteenSitting Ducks
Chapter SeventeenBuzzSaw
Chapter EighteenRealignment

Chapter SixLanding Zone West
Chapter SevenAmbush
Chapter EightHot CA Into AK Valley
Chapter NineBody Bags
Chapter TenI Am Sorry Sir But My Men Refused To Go
PART
Chapter NineteenAnd Finally Rendezvous
Chapter TwentyFinish
Chapter TwentyOneContinuum
Bibliography
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Keith W. Nolan is acknowledged as the foremost chronicler of the Vietnam War. He is the author of nine other Vietnam War combat histories and is most recently the coauthor of "A Hundred Miles of Bad Road," Nolan lives with his wife and daughter near St. Louis, Missouri.

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