Book Reviews of The Ten Thousand Day War: Vietnam, 1945-1975

The Ten Thousand Day War: Vietnam, 1945-1975
The Ten Thousand Day War Vietnam 1945-1975
Author: Michael Maclear
ISBN-13: 9780380609703
ISBN-10: 0380609703
Publication Date: 9/1982
Pages: 368
Edition: Reissue
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Publisher: Avon Books
Book Type: Paperback
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The Ten Thousand Day War is the best book on the subject I have ever read. As a student who already knew a good bit about the war, it deepened my knowledge, particulary in the French war in Indochina and America's involvement in it. The book is definitely fascinating and was written after the war ended, giving it a retrospective feel. The book is not extremely long but gives you all the information you will need to fully understand why French and American troops fought and died in a country that most people couldnt find on a map and why it is still a huge controversy to this day. Also, the book doesnt shove opinions down your throat, it is a history of the war and allows you to see the war from different viewpoints with reference to many of the important figures of the war. An excellent read that cuts through the controversy with the facts.