South Vietnamese military tunics were scattered in the ditches on each side.
Reviews Violaine 12 August We booked a tour with Ram because we wanted to discover local food and delicacies. Step by step, the west blundered and floundered into a dilemma they never completely comprehended and never in fact sought: from the very beginning, they argued in cliches.
It is impossible to write of Vietnam decision-making without writing about language. Johnson was furious.
And needless to say, the military mind develops its own momentum in the absence of clear guidelines from the civilians. The irony of this sort of sightseeing was obvious.
Our life-support system of American pilots and protectors, analysts, Australian embassy military attaches and the like had vanished. Our fixers, assistants, drivers and translators had, too.