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Surviving The vietnam war

It was one of the most destructive wars of all time, and was waged during the Cold War.

Ever since the United States’ foolish decision to go to involve itself in the Vietnam War, this war has been analyzed in order to discover what mistakes were made and how to avoid a recurrence.

When the U.S. went to war in against North Vietnam, the Vietnam War was difficult and divisive. It is one of the most expensive wars in U.S. history. The origins of this dispute date back to the late 1800s when France sought to gain control of Southeast Asia by colonizing and taking advantage of its natural resources.

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Of Suffering and Conflict from both Sides

Why should you read this book?

It’s been 50 years since the end of the Vietnam War, and we’re all starting to forget what it was like. Fortunately for us, Richard Hagedorn has just released his latest book about his time as a soldier in Vietnam. This is not your typical war story; this is an honest-to-goodness memoir that brings readers right into the heat of battle with real life anecdotes from one of America’s bravest veterans.

How did the war started?

The short answer is that the US went to war with/in Vietnam ostensibly to halt the spread of communism. The US President believed that if North Vietnam spread communism to South Vietnam, it would inevitably spread to other neighboring nations, then to the rest of the world and eventually to the United States.

No event in American history is more misunderstood than the Vietnam War. It was misreported then, and it is misremembered now.

WHO IS RICHARD HAGEDORN?

Richard began as a draft in the United States Marine Corps Recruit Depot (USMRD). He scored expert with the rifle, a sharpshooter with the 45 rating during boot camp training At boot camp, he hit the bull’s-eye with the 45 caliber, making him an expert. He received additional training as an expert with machine guns at Pendleton. He was an all-star among his peers, rapidly rising in rank!

He was discharged from the army in 1968 after obtaining his Bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington. He lives and writes on a beachfront property near Los Angeles while working on his PhD to write the life story of the Vietnam War.

WHAT MAKE HIS VIETNAM STORY SPECIAL?

The Vietnam War was a defining point in our history. It caused turmoil on the home front and ended with America’s first defeat at war, but this book will show you how the worries at home affected the battles on the field of war. Richard’s account on this war will change your view – forever.

Look through the eyes of a veteran who lived through the Vietnam War and see it for what it was

It’s been 50 years since the end of the Vietnam War, and we’re all starting to forget what it was like. Fortunately for us, Richard Hagedorn has just released his latest book about his time as a soldier in Vietnam. This is not your typical war story; this is an honest-to-goodness memoir that brings readers right into the heat of battle with real life anecdotes from one of America’s bravest veterans.

Many people have heard about the draft during the Vietnam War, but what happened after that is not well known. The government has done their best to keep this story under wraps since they don’t want anyone knowing how badly things went for them in Vietnam.

So Again, Why Read This Book?

This book is about one day of many days of Vietnam war for a young marines, whom was fresh out of a high school straight to a jungle of south east Asia. Live through Tet offensive 1968 and the fateful day March the 6th, if he made out alive on that day then he d make it any other day, he swore.
I've read "the most" of significant works on the Vietnam War. There are a number of excellent books available, and this is undoubtedly one of them. This is a more exhaustive listing than the majority. It encompasses almost every aspect of the conflict, from its inception to its conclusion.

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After getting your copy of this book, you will understand the lives of a Vietnam war Veteran.

About The Author

Richard Hagedorn graduated from Ingraham HS in Seattle, Washington on the fi rst Saturday in June, 1966 and Monday morning, packed a bag and left for USMCRD, San Diego. He scored expert with the rifl e and sharpshooter with the 45 in boot camp training. He attended advanced infantry training at Camp Pendleton and was assigned the MOS 0331, machine guns. He graduated best in class and was promoted to the rank of PFC. His fi rst duty station was in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Force. He was stationed there for 10 months and was promoted to Lance Corporal before being assigned to the 1st Marines in Viet Nam along with the rest of his battalion. They did not go as a single unit however, they we split up and sent to reinforce a number of unit spread across the I Corps area in Viet Nam. After discharge in June 1968 he attended the University of Washington in Seattle, completing a Bachelors of Science in psychology. He currently lives in the LA area and spends some writing time in Tampa, Fl. He continues to write his second novel about the Viet Nam War and his experiences there. He currently works on a PhD in Psychology and writes.

Author : Richard Hagedorn
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