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I have been honored to serve and have read countless books about the Vietnam War and those who did go there. This 2 books are so real and truthful...if anyone would Like to understand what went on in the field or in the rear of military daily life this will give great insight. Congratulations Lt.
this is a good book and it was read well by the narrator. it felt like the author himself was reading it.
There are many good books about the Vietnam war and leadership in war. This is a brilliant account of both.
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Would you listen to Vietnam, 1969 - 1970: A Company Commander's Journal (No.1) again? Why?
Yes I would listen again. It covered such an intense experience, I am sure there are details I missed.
What other book might you compare Vietnam, 1969 - 1970: A Company Commander's Journal (No.1) to, and why?
The first book written by Mr Lanning - "The Only War we Had". This book is better; better constructed, far better narration, better details.
Which character – as performed by Alexander MacDonald – was your favourite?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
The narration of the first book really put me off. It was monotone and soporific. However, this improved immeasurably in this book and really added to it. The narrator gave different voices to different characters and used a broader range of tone and volume.