|Author||Chamberlain, Ernest, 1944-, author.;|
|Call Number||959.7043322 C443 2016|
|Pagination||1 volume (various pagings) : black and white illustrations, black and white facsimiles, black and wh|
|Note||Includes bibliographical references and index. (3z (BThe Australian War Memorial has published a comprehensive three-volume official history of the Australian Army?s involvement in the Vietnam War. Separately, each of the nine Royal Australian Regiment (RAR) infantry battalion that served in Vietnamhas produced histories of their tour ? or tours, of duty. Other units have also published histories. This modest work on the Viêt Công?s D445 Battalion ? a battalion on ?the other side?, will hopefully complement those publications and the official histor ies ? and also of those of the Viêt Công D440 Battalion and the 33rd NVA Regiment. This work of some 348,200 words presents a translation and close examination of The Heroic 445 Battalion : its History and Tradition (Tieu Doàn 445 Anh Hùng : Lich Sur/Truy en Thong) ? ie the ?445 Battalion History? published in 2004. As near to possible to a literal translation of the Vietnamese text has been attempted. (S3 (B--Preface.|
|Place made||Point Lonsdale, Vic. :|
The Viet Cong D445 Battalion : their story : (and the Battle of Long Tân) / Ernest Chamberlain.
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