Auteur: Neale, Jonathan
Titel: A People’s History of the Vietnam War
Neale provides a sober account of the evolving priorities of the Vietnamese and American elites, and of the many ways that their strategic objectives were shaped, reshaped, and driven off-course by upsurges from below. His narrative includes vivid, first-person commentary from the ordinary men and women whose collective actions resulted in the defeat of the world’s most powerful military machine.
2004, 336 pag., Euro 15
The New Press, New York, ISBN 1565849434
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