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Posted on Jul 14, 2010 in Armchair Reading

September 2010 Issue – The Fall of Vietnam

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  • Cover Feature1975: Endgame Vietnam, The Fall of South Vietnam, by James H. Willbanks
  • Special Report: Ending World War IIOkinawa, Truman and the Atomic Bomb
  • Crisis Watch – Conning Uncle Sam, by Ralph Peters
  • Dispatchesreal heroes, destinations, special events and more
  • Hard ChoicesDecision to Defend the Alamo, 1836
  • Battlefield LeaderMarechal Ferdinand Foch, France’s World War I hero

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2 Comments

  1. I read James H. Willbanks article with great interest. The only thing that bothered me about the article is the sentence stating that the United States cannot escape a large measure of the blame for South Vietnam’s defeat. Mr. Willbank should differentiate between the American fighting man and the U.S. politicians. Had the war been left in the hands of the military it would have been over quickly. However it was run by politicians who let 58,000+ Americans die in vain. Apparently Washington does not learn from the past as evidenced by the quagmire we are now drowning in in Iraq and Afghanistan.

  2. Frankly I think that’s absoulltey good stuff.

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