The Vietnam War was one of America's longest, bloodiest, and most controversial wars. This volume examines the complexities of this protracted conflict and explains why the lessons learned in Vietnam are still highly relevant today.
- More than 45 contributors, including Robert K. Brigham, Cecil B. Currey, Arnold R. Isaacs, Lewis Sorley, Spencer C. Tucker, and David T. Zabecki
- Introductory essays provide a broad overview of the Vietnam War and help readers understand the causes and consequences of the conflict
- Maps depicting South Vietnam, infiltration routes, and key battles