Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy, 1945-1975

By Max Hastings, HarperCollins, 2018

When it comes to war histories, the Vietnam War and World War I are in a class by themselves. More sheer nonsense has been written about these two conflicts than just about any other war in history. Both wars shook to their very foundations two of the world’s

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