7 edition of Why Didn"t You Get Me Out?: Betrayal in the Viet Cong Death Camps found in the catalog.
by Summit Publishing Group
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
The offensive riveted the attention of the world's media for weeks, but also overextended the Việt Cộng. Later communist offensives were conducted predominantly by the North Vietnamese. The organization was dissolved in when North and South Vietnam were officially unified under a communist : North Vietnam, Soviet Union, China. JOURNEY FROM THE FALL. If history is written by the victors, then folklore is the testimony of the vanquished. When I was researching communist re-education camps and Vietnamese boat people to write Journey From The Fall, I met with these dilemmas: 1) The short chapter in American history books about the Vietnam War ends on Ap , the day American forces pulled out of Vietnam.
On September 9, , Navy Cmdr. James Bond Stockdale was flying his A-4 Skyhawk on a mission over North Vietnam, just days after the Gulf of . “Why should they ask me to put on a uniform and go 10, miles from home and drop bombs and bullets on Brown people in Vietnam while so-called Negro people in Louisville are treated like dogs and denied simple human rights? No I’m not go miles from home to help murder and burn another poor nation simply to continue the domination.
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Why didn't you get me out?: betrayal in the Viet Cong death camps: the truth about heroes, traitors, and those left behind. [Frank Anton; Tommy Denton] -- When the author took off in his chopper to fly another routine mission over Vietnam on January 5,he had no idea that he was setting out on a five-year journey through hell.
He handed me a signed copy of his paperback book, "Why Didn't You Get Me Out?" I devoured it, much like a starving man might over indulge on his first meal after a long fast. The book hooks your interest from the very beginning. You are pulled into the real life story of a survivor.
He spent five brutal years at the hands of NVA and the VC.5/5(5). WHY DIDN'T YOU GET ME OUT. The Story of One of the Few Survivors of the Viet Cong Death Camps by Frank Anton with Tommy Denton.
pages. The Summit Publishing Group, Arlington, TX. $ This slim volume purports to inform us of "Betrayal in the Viet Cong Death Camps-The Truth about Heroes, Traitors, and Those Left Behind.". Why Didn't You Get Me Out. Betrayal in the Viet Cong Death Camps, The Truth about Heroes, Traitors, & Those Left Behind by Frank Anton with Tommy Denton.
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Shultz, Jr. Jane Fonda was more than just an actress born to a wealthy and prominent Hollywood family. She was a symbol of a divided nation. Many Americans traveled to Vietnam on “peace delegations” to.
Betrayal in the Viet Cong Death Camps, The Truth about Heroes, Traitors, & Those Left Behind". His Distinguished Flying Cross Citation reads: For heroism during aerial flight on 5 Januarywhile serving as a Pilot while attached to the 71st Aviation Company, 14th Aviation Battalion, 23d Infantry Division, in Vietnam.
The Communists accepted Nixon's settlement terms because they knew that they didn't have to abide by them and the would get a clear shot at overthrowing the South Vietnamese government if. Contrary to popular belief, neither the North Vietnamese Army nor Viet Cong guerrillas could match the U.S.
forces toe-to-toe during the Vietnam War — either in skill or of firepower. Related: 17 wild facts about the Vietnam War > What they could do is hamper the Americans' ability to pursue them Author: Blake Stilwell. The reader cannot help but wonder why the author did not include the testimony of any POWs (American or South Vietnamese) who lived with Garwood day in and day out in the camps and survived to testify to his : Historynet Staff.
If you want to get a feel for how much scorn the community feels, just Google “Jane Fonda Vietnam. ” I’ll wait. Ina Navy vet spat tobacco at her during a book signing.
For give hellish years, American soldier Frank Anton was held as a POW in Vietnam. Subject to disease, starvation, and physical and psychological torture, Anton and his fellow prisoners held out hope that the U.S.
government would find and rescue them. When he was finally freed inAnton returned to the United States bruised and battered.
Because we were ultimately losing the war. The Viet Cong knew the land so well that there was no hope for us to win. Especially with the tunnel system that the Viet Cong controlled. They were able to use these tunnels to go straight into U.S. camps during the night and kill the soldiers or steal their supplies.
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This also concludes that Fonda did not hand over messages from US POWs. Both the Snopes and Urban Legend versions confirm that a prisoner, Michael Benge, was beaten by Vietnamese captors for refusing to meet with Fonda. My review of Fonda's autobio is : Nick Gillespie.
For the men taken captive inyears of torment lay ahead. At home, the nation would descend into increasing turmoil as U.S. involvement in the Vietnam. Rape Was Rampant During the Vietnam War.
(a New Yorker article-turned-book-turned-movie), you’re not likely to encounter the story of the rape of a Vietnamese woman by Americans in “the. In Novemberdraftees are leacing Ann Arbor, MI to be processed and sent to basic training camps.
The November draft call was the largest since the Korean War. The military draft brought the war to the American home front. During the Vietnam War era, between andthe U.S. military drafted million American men out of an.Jane Fonda tells Oprah that thing she did in North Vietnam was an “unforgivable mistake” and talks about what she learned when she apologized to a group of Vietnam.
The Viet Cong, more or less the local boys and comprising most of communist troops lost in Tet, were decimated. Management of the war changed after Tet.
Although the American press decided we were losing and began lobbying the public to get out of the war, the military began a four-year pummeling of communist troops.