Review: THE FALL OF SAIGON: THE END OF THE VIETNAM WAR by Michael V. Uschan

Diary of an Eccentric and The Girl recently read and reviewed The Fall of Saigon: The End of the Vietnam War by Michael V. Uschan.  Please check out this snippet:

“There are plenty of photographs in both color and black-and-white, and Uschan includes quotes from eyewitnesses.  A timeline and a glossary in the back of the book are informative as well.

While I found The Fall of Saigon to be educational and easy to understand, The Girl found it boring and too much like a textbook.”

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Savvy Verse & Wit also said:

“Unlike other books on this topic, Uschan begins with the fall of Saigon or the end of the war with one of the largest helicopter evacuations in history.  Although many would argue this is a civil war between its northern and southern counterparts, this war occurred at a time when democratic governments were wary of the spread of communism.”

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