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Many others are mentioned in this book by Nick Turse's very well researched book.
Read about "kill anything that moves" as a policy that was conceived of and implemented at the highest levels of the U.S. military and political establishment.
Though this book is very one-sided, I would recommend reading it to anyone who want to know about the war.
Nick Turse's thoroughly researched book describing US atrocities in Vietnam seeks to finally put to rest the notion that the My Lai massacre, the most famous US atrocity in... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Brett A. MccUlly
Thank you Nick for your passion to investigate this old conflict. Why does it take someone not born to reveal our truths? Read morePublished 3 days ago by thomas h gale
Excellent journalistic investigation and research work. Nick Turse's writing style is interesting and easy to read.Published 17 days ago by R01
Great book (tho depressing) Should be required reading for anyone considering the military.Published 17 days ago by M. Grogan
A disturbing list of American soldier behavior. Shocking to one who believes in the military as a paragon of responsibility. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Robert C Royster
If you can stand the truth, this is a masterpiece of reportage about what everyone but Americans knows about the depth of the depravity and horror we inflicted on the people of... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Ambrose B. Terrence