The Falkhands, Vietnam, and Our Collective Memory

Arlen, Michael J.
August 1982
New Yorker;8/16/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 26, p70
The article focuses on the differences and between Vietnam and the Falklands in terms of war approaches. It discusses the differences of the two in their military approaches and naval operations. Information about the happenings in the Vietnam war is included as well as the American coverage of war in Vietnam.


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