Includes bibliographical references (p. 496-497).
|LC Classifications||DS557.8.K5 H36 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 508 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||88039767|
In the compelling oral tradition of Nam, the second volume of the dramatic front-line account of Khe Sanh takes the reader straight into the trenches and foxholesNew York Times Book Review. Here are the first-person accounts of the men who fought and survived one of /5. The Battle of Khe Sanh (21 January – 9 July ) was conducted in the Khe Sanh area of northwestern Quảng Trị Province, Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam), during the Vietnam main US forces defending Khe Sanh Combat Base (KSCB) were two regiments of the United States Marines Corps supported by elements from the United States Army and the United States Air Force (USAF), as well Location: 16°39′″N °43′″E / . Aside from the Khe Sanh series, Book Six also includes two short stories, "Special Ops: Phoenix" and "Zippo Raid." Picked by Entertainment Weekly as "a graphic novel you should own" and recommended by the Military History Book Club, Vietnam Journal is written and drawn by Don Lomax, a Vietnam War veteran. Max Brooks (World War Z) names Vietnam. The Siege of Khe Sanh - by David Ehrlich is a long book of some , words and it is packed with historical information. There are many military terms and specifications of the US and Communist weapon arsenals in the book/5.
"Most books studying the siege of Khe Sanh focus on the Marine Corps' defense of the base and the hilltops to the north. Other books examine the fall of the nearby Lang Vei Special Forces Camp overrun by North Vietnamese tanks. To most Khe Sanh was a Marine battle. The Battle of Khe Sanh began on Janu , when forces from the People’s Army of North Vietnam (PAVN) carried out a massive artillery bombardment on . In late as part of the Tet offensive, U.S. commanders hoped to lure the North Vietnamese Army into exposing large numbers of soldiers to their overwhelming air power. But in January , a U.S. Marine Corps force found themselves surrounded by the enemy in Brand: Casemate Publishers. A Patch of Ground is a poignant, often humorous, recollection of the siege of Khe Sanh--a pivotal turning point in the American war in Vietnam. Under constant bombardment from the enemy, Mike Archer and his cadre of fellow nineteen-year-old Marines--Orr, Pig, Old Woman and Savage, just to name a few--managed to survive and, in the process, learn about manhood, sacrifice and the darkest.
The Battle of Khe Sanh was the longest, deadliest and most controversial of the Vietnam War, pitting the U.S. Marines and their allies against the North Vietnamese sides have published official histories of the battle, and while these histories agree the fighting took place at Khe Sanh, they disagree on virtually every other aspect of : Dnewbold. Supported by declassified American and Vietnamese military records and memoirs, Archer's book leaves little doubt that Baig's presence at Khe Sanh was critical in saving thousands of his fellow defenders from death or captivity--and averting one of the gravest military defeats in American history. Khe Sanh Guestbook KheSanh Message Center. It's A Marine Thing. Bravo Co. 3rd Recon at Khe Sanh. BUNKERS TO VISIT IN THIS AREA Khe Sanh Photo Album Maps of Khe Sanh and Area Khe Sanh Chronology - Khe Sanh Medal of Honor Citations A history of the Hill Battles of San Antonio, TX Reunion Books About Khe Sanh Links to other. A war correspondent’s masterful blow-by-blow account of the Battle of Khe Sanh, reissued with a new preface by Mark Bowden for the battle’s 50th anniversary. The six-month siege of Khe Sanh in was the largest, most intense battle of the Vietnam : Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.