Four hours in My Lai

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Viking, Mar 1, 1992 - History - 430 pages
23 Reviews
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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User Review  - Jchin - Goodreads

Not an easy read to finish because of the nature of the topic. However, Bilton's work is solid and worth the study in American leadership and upholding an impossible standard and what war really means. Read full review

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User Review  - Harry Casey-Woodward - Goodreads

I hardly read non-fiction but I was interested in learning more about this atrocity and this book had me gripped all the way through. Impressively researched and morbidly fascinating, this will tell ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The War
25
The Company
47
Copyright

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