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Widely considered to be not only one of the best Vietnam war books, but one of the best Vietnam memoirs from a female veteran, Van Devanter does not shy away from vivid descriptions of the wounded and dying men she encountered as a nurse at the 71 st Evacuation Hospital from to The book covers her challenges both in war and in coming home, and her eventual founding of the Women Veterans Project at Vietnam Veterans of America. Before being killed in Vietnam in , he wrote eight books that many claim are some of the best history books about the French War and the beginnings of the Vietnam War.
The work also included a damning warning about what the U. He was with them during the Tet Offensive and this memoir includes memories of that battle and others. It went on to become one of the only Vietnam war books to be a finalist for the National Book Award in the nonfiction category.
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Written by a journalist and retired general, this best-seller was released in and was adapted in the movie We Were Soldiers. The focus is on the four days and nights in November during which American soldiers were involved in what ended up being the bloodiest campaign of the entire war.
Yes, that , Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games trio, has written one of the most affecting Vietnam war books. Perhaps more of a memoir than straight fiction—thought not fully on either side—the story is that of Young Suzy, whose father goes away to the Vietnam War. This unique choose-your-own-adventure style story begins in the s.
Will you enlist in the Marines and go to war or will you protest it? Each choice is based on real decisions people had to make and the results are just as serious: Jail, the jungle, or death. It is one of the most highly praised of all Vietnam war books for children. He is scared, exhausted, and misses home. This emotionally charged tale has universal themes that are likely to translate for most kids. Kia, a year-old whose village has been destroyed by the North Vietnamese, is grieving the disappearance of her father while she and the rest of her family are fleeing to a refuge.
Part of the family eventually immigrates to American, but Kia struggles with the new language and culture, and the splitting up of her family. An excellent example of the reality that not all Vietnam war books must be depressing, this uplifting story follows an army canine unit dog that goes by the name of Cracker. The action is fast-paced and this book is a good option to get kids interested in history. This Kind of War. Battle for the Central Highlands.
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