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Vietnam War Literature


How To Stay Alive in Viet Nam. What it Takes To Survive in This Different Kind of War.
by [Vietnam War Literature] Rigg, Colonel Robert B.

Publisher Information:
Stackpole Books, Harrisburg: 1966.

A Very Good copy in illustrated boards without dust jacket as issued. There is a tiny stain to corner of flyleaf offset onto front board, not affecting any of the text. Col Rigg provides a short (95-page) insight into the Vietnam war, crammed with facts about the enemy and tips on survival. The book includes a detailed description of guerrillas, and how they operate -with emphasis on their hit and run tactics.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 25590

Price: $50.00

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