There are more than 30,000 books on the Vietnam War in print.There are volumes on the decision-making of Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon, grand biographies of Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh, rafts of memoirs by American soldiers—some staggeringly well-written, many not—and plenty of disposable paperbacks about snipers, medics, and field Marines. Some veterans will tell you that you can’t know war if you haven’t served in one, if you haven’t seen combat.It just isn’t the sort of knowledge that’s easy to come by.
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