Four hours in My Lai
A relentlessly powerful book--companion to the Emmy Award-winning television documentary, Four Hours to My Lai. By interviewing both American and Vietnamese survivors and analyzing an immense body of archival materials, the authors have unearthed the truth of what happened and compells us to look once more into a black hole in our history.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bookmarkaussie - LibraryThing
A very well told account of the My Lai massacre, it's buildup, the massacre itself and the aftermath of the massacre. It really highlights the failure of leadership at so many levels, both on the day and afterwards. Read full review
FOUR HOURS IN MY LAI: The Soldiers of Charlie CompanyUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Brilliantly realized study of the infamous Vietnam War atrocity in which US soldiers burned a Vietnamese village to the ground, shot the livestock, raped the women, and drove 400 men, women, and ... Read full review