Lost Words the Vietnam War The War That Split a Nation by Jeremy Smith
  

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Lost Words the Vietnam War The War That Split a Nation by Jeremy Smith

The Vietnam War transports you back to a time when the United States become involved in a war in Vietnam, and lets you experience the drama for yourself. Learn about the road to war, and the men and women involved in this controversial conflict. Packed with first-hand accounts including interviews, official speeches, poems and letters, Lost Words lets you experience the past through the words of the people who helped make history. Powerful and insightful, the Lost Words series provides an intimate perspective on life through a difficult period in history. Combining popular culture excerpts with primary-source material such as interviews with people who were actually there, official enquiries into events and letters to friends and relatives, these books offer a first-hand account of life during history's hardest times. The hardships, tragedies and survival stories of each period are described in vivid and authentic detail. A must-buy for all history enthusiasts who want to know how things really were.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Jeremy Smith
More books by Jeremy Smith

Publisher

TickTock Books an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group

Publication date

5th November 2012

ISBN

9781848986947


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