Vietnam remembered [updated edition]

Edited by Gregory Pemberton SHOP:9781742579450

When the first Australian troops landed on Vietnamese soil, the significance of the conflict was scarcely realised - but in time it was to affect not only tens of thousands of Australians who served in Vietnam, but an extraordinary cross-section of people at home. This thorough, fascinating account tells the whole story of the Vietnam conflict, abroad and in Australia. It contains the Roll of Honour of those who died as a result of the Vietnam War, and ends with a fourth edition of the lists of those who served in Vietnam.

Hard cover, photographs, 320 pages.

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