Vietnam Fragments. An Oral History Of Australians At War

McKay Gary

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Allen And Unwin
Publisher Place: Sydney
Publisher Year: 1992
Edition: First Edition

Description: 307 pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout. This Is A Rare Collectiion Of Impressions, Reactions, Feelings And Fears-the Often Spell-binding Personal Experiences Of Australians Who Saw Active Service In The Second Indo China War.

Publishers Description: This book presents a kaleidoscope of personal experience from Australian servicemen and women from the Army, Navy and Air Force who saw active service in the second Indo-China War. "Vietnam Fragments" is a collection of the impressions, reactions, feelings and fears of those who went to this tragic theatre of war, revealing how these soldiers, sailors and airmen felt about and remembered their tours of duty. The author has conducted extensive interviews with over 100 veterans and their families to portray the many and varied experiences Australian veterans endured in Vietnam. Because of the breadth of views expressed, "Vietnam Fragments" should offer a balanced picture of the war; the book's contributors do not set out to judge or condemn but simply to present their stories. This book should appeal to those who want to know what went on in the daily lives of those who served in helicopters, hospitals, artillery batteries and armoured units in Vietnam.

ISBN: 9781863732970

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