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Vann personified our good intentions, our courage, our arrogance and are folly in the war.
This is one of the best books I've ever read, one of the best history books I've ever read, AND the best book on the Vietnam war that I have read.
To tell the story of John Paul Vann, from both the good and bad sides, requires that the book explore the Vietnam War history as well.
For this interested Viet Nam veteran, this book was the best i've read in chronicling and laying out from beginning to end what went on and why. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Damp Golfer
Interesting book about a complex man deeply involved in a complex war.Published 1 month ago by Johnwildly
We should all read this kind of history to remind ourselves of the folly we get ourselves into when we don't understand other cultures. Read morePublished 1 month ago by chester jolley
A book worth reading. Over 900 pages long, and hardly could I put it down. Read book within three days, keeping me on the edge of the seat of my chair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brito
Well-written and holds your interest throughout. Gives insight from many perspectives.Published 2 months ago by Mark A. Smith
Sorry but i didn’t know I would be purchasing a history book. This is not a novel, book, story you read; but one the professor tells you read chapter 1,3,5 7 by next session.Published 2 months ago by David John Aloysius Nelson
Awesome book! I learned more about the Vietnam War from this book than any other material I have read.Published 2 months ago by Kendall Collinson Jr.
From the eyes of a Vietnam vet, this book is an unbelievable revelation. I am only part way through the book but it offers a clear explanations of the political missteps that led... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kirk ODay