in the Rain: Understanding the Vietnam Experience,
by Rick Whitaker. Personal memoir of combat platoon
leader in 1970 Vietnam.
by John Schembra. Vincent Torelli's year tour of duty
in Vietnam as a Military Policeman changes him from a
somewhat naïve young man to a battle hardened veteran.
Through unlucky chance, Vince becomes involved in the
ferocious '68 Tet offensive, barely surviving the night. This is
Vince's story of how he survived that year in Vietnam, how he
coped with the hell he faced, of the friendships he formed, and
of the sorrow of lives lost.
by Mike Disario. Mike Disario went to hell and back as a
U.S. Army Medic. This is a real life account of his most
harrowing missions trying to save the lives of countless GIs and
Of An Insignificant Dragon,
by Marjorie Doughty.
[click on nonfiction page 1] It was difficult for
civilian families in Vietnam to live as a family during the war.
separations from husbands who stayed behind to work sometimes
resulted in strained relationships and/or divorces. But these
women stood tall during the good and bad times.
River: A Survivor's Story, by Jozef Imrich. [search
for "cold river"] With true Bohemian
elegance, Jozef crafts an emotionally rich story about what it
means to survive against all odds.
Is It All Over?, by Mauyen Keane. This is the
incredible true story of one Irish girl's experiences of World
War II in the occupied Channel Islands and later in Nazi Germany
as she risks all to be with the man she loves.
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