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    Voices from Vietnam The Tragedies and Triumphs of Americans and Vietnamese—Two Peoples Forever Entwined by the Legacy of War By Charlene Edwards,… Read More
    Voices from Vietnam The Tragedies and Triumphs of Americans and Vietnamese—Two Peoples Forever Entwined by the Legacy of War By Charlene Edwards, with a foreword by Robin Moore Jacket, cover, and interior design, composition, prepress (including extensive Photoshop image manipulation), and production consultation by Joe Gannon, Mulberry Tree Press, Inc. Published by Journeys, Umatilla, Florida Hardcover and Paperback, 264 pages, full-color illustration throughout, 10” x 10” HC ISBN: 978-0-9714020-5-8 / PB ISBN: 978-0-9714020-3-4 Through powerful personal narratives and photographs, this examination of the lives touched by the Vietnam War draws from the experience of those people, both American and Vietnamese, affected by the war on the battlefront and at home. Stories recounted include those of the soldiers, nurses, refugees, Amerasians, and of those who fearfully awaited the return of friends and family members. Ultimately, the stories reflect moments of history in the hope and despair that define individuals' lives. Read Less
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Voices from Vietnam
The Tragedies and Triumphs of Americans and Vietnamese—
Two PeoplesForever Entwined by the Legacy of War
By Charlene Edwards, with a foreword by Robin Moore

Jacket, cover, and interior design, composition, prepress(including extensive Photoshop image manipulation), and production consultationby Joe Gannon, Mulberry Tree Press, Inc.

Published by Journeys, Umatilla, Florida

Hardcover and Paperback, 264 pages, full-color illustrationthroughout, 10” x 10”
HC ISBN: 978-0-9714020-5-8  /  PB ISBN: 978-0-9714020-3-4

Through powerful personal narratives and photographs, thisexamination of the lives touched by the Vietnam War draws from the experienceof those people, both American and Vietnamese, affected by the war on thebattlefront and at home. Stories recounted include those of the soldiers,nurses, refugees, Amerasians, and of those who fearfully awaited the return offriends and family members. Ultimately, the stories reflect moments of historyin the hope and despair that define individuals' lives.