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If you are a Vietnam vet, as I am, you should read this book. The US policy's were not in the best interest of peaceful coexistence in the world. From the soldiers point of view the command structure, both governmental and military, was FUBAR.
There was certainly a lot more strife within the north (Hanoi) than I realized. There were many things that I have wondered about, now I have a much better understanding of what was really happening.
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What would have made Hanoi’s War better?
A better narrator and a better writer.
Would you ever listen to anything by Lien-Hang T. Nguyen again?
What didn’t you like about Hillary Huber’s performance?
Awful, flat, smarmy performance. Reading as if for first time. Robotic and utterly uninvolved reading.
Any additional comments?
Another book on this subject, actually well written, would be great. For now read A Bright Shining Lie by Sheehan. It is possible the terrible narrator ruins this book. Cannot listen further.
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Brilliant account of how the war endured and ended. The perspective, as can be expected from the title, is from Hanoi. Clearly sets out how the regime there simultaneously sought military victory whilst courting world sympathy. Enormously refreshing to have such a balanced history.