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Incursion: From America's Chokehold on the NVA Lifelines to the Sacking of the Cambodian Sanctuaries.
by (Vietnam War) Coleman, J. D.

Publisher Information:
St. Martin's Press, New York: 1991.

A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. J.D. Coleman has written an in-depth account of one of the most controversial and mis-represented military operations of the Vietnam War, the Cambodian incursion. Coleman documents the American strategy, exposes the myths that surround the campaign, and examines the rationale President Nixon gave for sending troops into Cambodia.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0312058772
Book Id: 23363

Price: $65.00

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