"Defintive, profound and utterly relevant" Daily Telegraph "The most fascinating collection of memories - some of them extremely painful - that I have read in a long time" Scottish Sunday Herald "No conventional account could begin to evoke the raw reality of Vietnam as vividly as this ambitious oral history" Scotsman "An exemplary oral history ... profoundly moving as well as informative" BBC History
About the Author
Christian G. Appy holds a Ph.D. in American civilisation and has taught at both Harvard and MIT, where he was an associate professor of history. He is the author of Working-Class War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam and the editor of the series Culture, Politics, and the Cold War. He currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.