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Description:photographs/maps. VG-, corners/spine ends a little worn, front...photographs/maps. VG-, corners/spine ends a little worn, front board edges creased. DJ corners/spine ends worn some, rubbed some, several 1/4"-1" tears. page ends a little soiled,
Description:Illustrated with Black & White Photos. Very Good Condition. Very...Illustrated with Black & White Photos. Very Good Condition. Very Good Dustjacket. 6x9 Inches. This is the full account of the war in which the United States not only didn't win, but didn't even indicate that it wanted to defeat the North Vietnamese. This hardcover book from 1990 is in very good condition with a very good dustjacket.
Description:Very Good For Age in Better Than Good No Price jacket. Book. 8 1...Very Good For Age in Better Than Good No Price jacket. Book. 8 1/2 X 5 3/4. Jacket in a crystal-clear polyester protector sleeve. The pages are bright, firm and tight. Boards, spine peripheral edges and corners good+. 703 pages, epilogue, bibliography & indexed. If needed for reference, research, analysis, lucubrations or just enjoyment this is the one. Six maps & B/W photos.
Description:1990, 1st edition, near fine condition, with a near fine dust...1990, 1st edition, near fine condition, with a near fine dust jacket, with a priced unclipped dust jacket flap, published by Hippocrene Books, New York, 703 pages. One of the best historical accounts of the problems with Vietnam from the conclusions of World War II throught the conclusions of conflict in 1973. Illustrated with photographs, and a bibliography for further study.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. HEAVY. 703 pages, 16 pages...Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. HEAVY. 703 pages, 16 pages of b/w photos, maps, bibliography, index. Upper page edges lightly soiled. Cloth boards in lightly edge-worn dust-jacket. In answering the question 'How did we win every battle yet lose the war? , the author includes a full account of South Vietnamese military operations in this post-mortem on America's post-WWII involvement in Indochina.
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