2 edition of Vietnam: inside story of the guerilla war. found in the catalog.
Vietnam: inside story of the guerilla war.
Burchett, Wilfred G.
|Series||New world paperbacks|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Other needs were met inside South Vietnam. Main force Vietcong units were uniformed, full-time soldiers, and were used to launch large scale offensives over a wide area.
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In Vietnam in the early s, the only real limitation was. A discussion of guerrilla warfare can be found in Moa Tse- Tung's book On Guerrilla Warfare. 2 Burchett, Wilfred. Vietnam: Inside Story of the Guerilla War. New York: International Publishers. The war in Vietnam had split American public sentiment, and each dispatch from Chapelle prompted a flood of emotional feedback to National Geographic' headquarters in Washington, D.C.