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When he was a student in Paris, Truong Nhu Tang met Ho Chi Minh. Later he fought in the Vietnamese jungle and emerged as one of the major figures in the "fight for liberation" - and one of the most determined adversaries of the United States.
He became the Vietcong's Minister of Justice, but at the end of the war he fled the country in disillusionment and despair. He now lives in exile in Paris, the highest level official to have defected from Vietnam to the West. This is his candid, revealing, and unforgettable autobiography.
©1985 Truong Nhu Tang, David Chanoff, and Doan Van Toai (P)2018 Tantor
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1 out of 5 stars
By Tom on 04-20-18

very little acual combat

What disappointed you about A Vietcong Memoir?

the book is basically about a bureaucrat who ran away when the shooting started and left other to die while he did so.

Would you ever listen to anything by the authors again?

no

What three words best describe Trieu Tran’s performance?

little of interest

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

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