Facing My Lai
Culled from the speeches and exchanges of a conference among historians, military officials, mental health experts, and Vietnamese and American veterans, a book examines the events and legacy of the My Lai massacre of 1968.
A stellar group of writers including journalists Seymour Hersh and David Halberstam, novelist Tim O'Brien, historian Stephen E. Ambrose, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton, military prosecutor William Eckhardt, and veterans Hugh Thompson and Ron Ridenhour address many of the troubling questions that still persist about My Lai. Their unflinching truth-will-set-you-free approach reexamines these questions with the hope that they might lead to a better understanding of what My Lai means for us now. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Such varied writers as novelist Tim O'Brien, historian Stephen Ambrose, military prosecutor William Eckhardt, and veteran Hugh Thompson address the troubling questions that still persist about My Lai
moving beyond the massacre
Vietnam War, 1961-1975
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