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10 thoughts on “NAM

  1. says:

    One of the very first books I picked up on the Vietnam War as a young Marine, eager to learn everything I could about our last great conflict and I could not have chosen a better opening splash Baker gathered stories from countless veterans and put them into short, anonymous formats, blowing the lid off of the America


  2. says:

    This book was amazing An oral history of Vietnam from grunts, nurses, officers, etc A powerful story.


  3. says:

    This book was a very hard read Not because it was poorly written, but because it was really sad Some of the stories made me chuckle, but the ending of the book was the worst Reading about the Vets coming home and what they had to deal with made me ashamed of being an American even though i was not alive during that time It made me want t


  4. says:

    I have to be skeptical of a book of first hand accounts that are all anonymous The author has another book on another subject written with the same M.O Quite a few writers have been caught passing off fiction for fact I wonder if this is one too Otherwise it is an alarming and shameful story I just don t know if its true.


  5. says:

    Gripping, tragic, funny, banal


  6. says:

    interesting enough but perhaps lacked a bit of context and would have benefitted from a bit of biographical info so you could trace peoples stories overall a good insight into the Vietnam war from those there, illustrating the madness of war and the very poor treatment of veterans from that campaign once they returned home.


  7. says:

    This is the best way to learn about the war An incredible book It follows several veterans through the parts of their journey in their own words exceptionally powerful.


  8. says:

    I read this book back in 1981 when I was very young Quite an impression it made in me.


  9. says:

    the first book i read that didn t narrate, but just soldiers describing their experiences in their own words.


  10. says:

    My first oral history that I read, and still one of my favorites


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