Review: DEAR AMERICA: LETTERS HOME FROM VIETNAM by Bernard Edelman

Not Enough Books recently read and reviewed Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam edited by Bernard Edelman.  Here’s an excerpt:

“There’s no Hollywood glorification that you would see in a movie.  It’s not just facts like you would read in a history book.  The emotions are raw, the emotions are real.  This book would be hard to read for some, if not all of us.”

Read the full review.

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