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Losing Binh Dinh : The Failure of Pacification and Vietnamization, 1969-1971 (Hardcover) (Kevin M.
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"Focusing on WASHINGTON GREEN, an ambitious but flawed American-led operation, Boylan tests and ultimately challenges the "Lost Victory" argument of recent Revisionist histories of the Vietnam War. Those histories contend that domestic politics robbed the American military of a triumph it had actually already achieved when it was forced to abandon Vietnam. Taking a much closer look at pacification and Vietnamization in a key province during a pivotal period in the war, Boylan concludes that the "Lost Victory" argument is a weak one at best and clearly compromised by the particular case of Binh Dinh"--
Number of Pages: 366
Series Title: Modern War Studies
Publisher: Univ Pr of Kansas
Author: Kevin M. Boylan
Street Date: December 12, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-26-4697
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