Imagine yourself in a newly strange, unfamiliar tropical jungle environment. The catch is, your purpose is not to take eye-catching photographs for National Geographic magazine. Instead, you are assigned to kill people of a foreign land you have never seen before, because your government tells you it is the patriotic, honorable duty you owe your country. Everything is all right in the beginning. You arrive in Vietnam, familiarize yourself with your platoon, acquaintances
showed first 75 words of 1916 total
showed last 75 words of 1916 total
Verdict: A Citizen's History. New York: Continuum, 1982.
2. Bernard Fall, Last Reflections on a War. New York: Doubleday, 1967. 288 pp.
3. Sanford Wexler, Roger H. Hull and John C. Novogrod, Law and Vietnam. Dobbs
Ferry, NY: Oceana, 1968. 211 pp.
4. Kregg P.J. Jorgenson, Beaucoup Dinky Dau: Odd, Unusual, and Unique Stories of the
Vietnam War. Seattle: Maxwell James Publishing, 1995.
5. O’Nan, Stewart, ed. The Vietnam Reader. New York: Doubleday. 1998.
Caputo, Philip. “A Rumor of War.” O’Nan p.150-173.