In "Women in Vietnam," veteran journalist Ron Steinman, author of "Inside Televisions First War" collects the testimony of sixteen remarkable women who served, and provides an unflinching account of this crucial and long ignored part of the war. In powerful first-hand accounts, we read of their experiences on the front lines, on the bases, and in the cities, towns and villages. All these women served with honor, without complaint, and with distinction. "Women in Vietnam" is a unique historical document and a powerful record of extraordinary accomplishment. As an significant tribute to the women now serving in Iraq, there is a fresh essay from Ron Steinman about their accomplishments and heroism in that different war in an equally far off land that helps put in perspective how these women today also serve with honor and without complaint.
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Book Description Hutton Electronic Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 974289434