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Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Front lower 3-inch corner crease; light edge wear, smooth spine. Clean text pages w/ slight age-toning. Mass-market (rack) paperback, qtr-inch taller & wider. 210p. Glued binding. Notes: p.189-210. Audience: General/trade. Non-fiction, journalist's research and account: During the Vietnam War, on March 16, 1968, Members of the US Army's Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry, participated in a village attack that would become infamous, leading later to the court martial trial of 2nd Lt. William Calley Jr., platoon leader. Author Seymour Hersh, for this report, conducted 50 primarily G.I. interviews and accessed military records until they were impounded. Hersh is winner of the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting.
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