By Jr. Pezzoli Ray
From shield responsibility to bathing practices, Pezzoli describes the lifestyle of squaddies with the prepared eye of a journalist whereas additionally wondering the knowledge of intensive media involvement in the course of wartime. exact to his tale is the twin viewpoint of infantryman and journalist; Pezzoli by no means forgot his army aim, and tallied not less than eleven kills. The memoir offers a relocating narrative not just of his carrier yet of his tradition surprise on returning to the US. An appendix presents more information approximately Vietnam, together with its historical past prior to and after American involvement. The author’s images from the time are included.
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A Year in Hell: Memoir of an Army Foot Soldier Turned Reporter in Vietnam, 1965–1966 by Jr. Pezzoli Ray