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In 1966, Fred L. Edwards Jr went to serve as an intelligence officer in Vietnam. This work is built around his journals, sent home during his first tour in Vietnam in 1966-67. His own research sets his individual experiences into a larger context, through postscripts, notes and a chronology.
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This book is built around Fred Edward's journals, sent home during his first tour in Vietnam in 1966-67. His own meticulous research fits his individual experiences into a larger context, through Postscripts, extensive notes, and a thorough historical Chronology. The book is formatted so that the reader can move easily between the events in Vietnam in 1967-68 and the broader context as revealed through later research. The reader can thus move between Edward's personal experiences in Vietnam and the larger historical forces that sent him there. As a piece of the puzzle of Vietnam, this book holds great significance to those who were there and for students of that war.About the Author:
FRED EDWARDS culminated a thirty-year Marine Corps career as a lieutenant colonel. After the events narrated in this book, he returned to Vietnam in 1973 before retiring from the Marines in 1979. He then began a second career as a businessman and writing consultant. Edwards lives in South Pasadena, Florida, where he continues to write about sailing.
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Book Description Univ of North Texas, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1574411233