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GOODNIGHT SAIGON, THE TRUE STORY OF THE U.S. MARINES LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM. Chronicles the final days of America's involvement in Vietnam through the voices of those who were there and those who would never be heard again. Raw,

Click to EnlargeGOODNIGHT SAIGON, THE TRUE STORY OF THE U.S. MARINES LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM. by Charles Henderson, Marine Corps veteran and author.

On January 17, 1973, the Paris Peace Accords concluded America's involvement in Vietnam, supposedly ending decades of bloodshed. What took place, however, was far from peaceful-as the combined forces of the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong launched an all-out offensive to end the war with complete victory over the beleaguered south.

Here, culled from extensive interviews and research, are harrowing, never-before revealed accounts from people of every level and involvement in the Vietnam War-NVA and Viet Cong soldiers, U.S. embassy personnel, guerilla commanders, civilians, generals, double-agents, and leaders from both sides, including former president Gerald Ford and North Vietnamese military commander General Tran Van Tra.

From the impending invasion from the north, to the gut-wrenching hours before the fall of Saigon when a brave pilot defied orders and rescued the last five Marines from the roof of the U.S. embassy, this is the Vietnam War as it was: raw, brutal, tragic-and haunting to this very day.

448 pages

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Vietnam Wars and S.E. Asia
U.S. Marine Corps
Hardcover book
Battles / Campaigns / Strategy

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