A Contagion of War
Boston Publishing Company, 1983 - History - 192 pages
This volume of The Vietnam Experience is composed as a companion piece to another volume, America Takes Over. A Contagion of War deals more with tactics than strategy adn attempts to march intimately into battle, portraying what the war was like for those Americans, South Vietnamese, and other allies as well as the Vietcong and North Vietnamese who fought it. This book presents only a sampling fo teh countless battles, pacification efforts, adn other activities from teh arrival of teh first U.S. fighting forces in the spring of 1965 until the end of 1967. Many of these are first-hand accounts.
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Chapter 3Pacification 56
Chapter 5The Enemy 94 The Siege of Con Thien
Chapter 7Vietnam Experiences 140
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