Summary of The Vietnam War: An Intimate History by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns
Summary of The Vietnam War: An Intimate History by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns5.0 2 5 Forfatter: Readtrepreneur Publishing Oplæser: Eric LaCord
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(Disclaimer: This is NOT the original book, but an unofficial summary.)
A war so vicious it divided America and so controversial that it's still being debated to this day. The Vietnam War peers into the mind of many persons involved in some way or another with the Vietnam War to see their different point of views regarding this bloody conflict. This book is not meant to take sides but to comprehend the different opinions that surround this highly discussed war. Vietnamese and US soldiers talk about their experiences to give you an insight to this topic that would be impossible in any other way.
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"History doesn't repeat itself, but human nature remains the same." – Ken Burns
The war that continuously haunts the United States of America even 40 years after its culmination through the eyes of the people who were involved in it. The book does its best to dive in the intensity of combat and give us everything any person wants to know about the Vietnam War. It's definitely a must-read for all history junkies out there. Ken Burns saw the importance of bringing this topic back to life so every American citizen can see it with a new pair of eyes once again.
P.S. The Vietnam War is an extremely informative book that will give you the possibility to up your knowledge in one of the most debated wars in the world.
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