From Publishers Weekly
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As a Vietnam war veteran with some first hand experience tangling with General Giap's people, I found the book to be a fascinating study of the man and his strategic brilliance. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David J. Mathewson
Fascinating history of the least known general of our times. I highly recommend this book.Published 9 months ago by Scrommis-r
Giap was no genius. Ho Chi Minh gave him command of a ragtag [ Armed Propaganda] group of guerrillas in 1941 with a rank of a 4-star general (think of Kim Jong Un) because he and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Vien Chu
An inadequately researched and overly pretentious book. His criticisms and derogatory remarks about Gen. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Phil Marlowe
Shows all who read it how all those "war protestors" not only aided the Communist and Communist supported enemy but assisted in prolonging the war. Read morePublished 15 months ago by EDWARD ODANIEL
A lot of reading but very interesting since I am a Viet Nam vet.Published 15 months ago by John F. Mencer
Great reading. Mr Currey is a very fair author.Enjoying all the comparisons he stated in the book. Definitely Giap is one of the greatest general in this kind of warfare.Published 17 months ago by Hien Vodinh