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The Magnificent Bastards by Keith William Nolan

The joint army marine defense of dong ha, 1968. About The magnificent bastards, the North Vietnamese Army is spotted less than four miles from the U.S Marines, on April 29, 1968. It was heard that intense fighting was developing in nearby The Marines Dong Ha Combat Bass. The second Battalion, 4th Marines are known as ‘the Magnificent Bastards”. They struggle to intervene NVA forces from the pre-planned strategic positions. America’s finest and warriors out the NVA from their fort- hamlets, trapped into the deadly hand. The deadly hand to hand combat starts in a very dramatic way. It took about two weeks grinding battles, the Marines and infantry battalion army supporting them are tortured, killed and torn to shreds brutally. The Magnificent Bastards successfully capture the conflict in all its horror and skillful heroism. Nolan has skillfully captured and woven operational records and verbal history into the most fascinating and stunning narrative. Further, the way he captured all, puts the readers in the thick of the action as well. Outstanding! This is something among the best writing on the Vietnam War. Reviews Its really insightful book into the lives of Army soldiers and Marines during the battle in Vietnam. So, this is quite educational to learn about how various groups went through the war. About the author, we can say Kieth William Nolan is always reliable for a super detailed action history of American unit actions Vietnam. He chronicles the events during the week period for the battle north of Maring Dak To basecamp revealed the utmost hell, terror like situations for the readers. Nolan once stated that the story comprised from his researching tons of documents, history record and personal interviews he got from those who were present during the war. Many brothers, sons were lost during those two weeks. Those who were survived, experienced more even panic mentally and physically. Many hands came to slaughter and shred numerous bodies. It was real un-expressible pain and tragic scenes which no one can describe in words.

The joint army marine defense of dong ha, 1968. About The magnificent bastards, the North Vietnamese Army is spotted less than four miles from the U.S Marines, on April 29, 1968. It was heard that intense fighting was developing in nearby The Marines Dong Ha Combat Bass. The second Battalion, 4th Marines are known as ‘the Magnificent Bastards”. They struggle to intervene NVA forces from the pre-pl ...[Read More]

AN INVOLUNTARY SPY

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