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Mỹ Lai Việt Nam 1968 - Nhìn lại cuộc thảm sát

Authors: Howard Jones
The My Lai massacre was one of the most horrific incidents of violence committed against unarmed civilians during the Vietnam War. A company of American soldiers brutally killed most of the people—women, children and old men—in the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968
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My Lai Vietnam 1968 - Looking back at the massacre
The My Lai massacre was one of the most horrific incidents of violence committed against unarmed civilians during the Vietnam War. A company of American soldiers brutally killed most of the people women, children and old men in the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968. More than 500 people were slaughtered in the My Lai massacre, including young girls and women who were raped and mutilated before being killed (history.com 2009). The book by author Howard Jones, emeritus professor of the University of Alabama, has recreated in great detail and meticulously the happenings and consequences of the My Lai massacre. At the same time, the author carefully analyzes the reaction of the campaign participants. The content of the book is based entirely on research of comprehensive archives, military records and in-depth interviews with US and Vietnamese military personnel as well as victims of brutal massacre survivors.

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Authors Howard Jones
Translators N/A
Languages Vietnamese
Publisher Chinh tri quoc gia
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786045747759
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 16 x 24
Pages 712
Year 2019
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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