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New Memoir Compares Vietnam War to Conflict in Iraq
The Tragedy of Vietnam, Again by Christopher Noble seeks to identify mistakes and deceptions that sent two generations of Americans to war
MARION, Mass. -- December 2, 2008 -- The Tragedy of Vietnam, Again, a new book by Vietnam War veteran Christopher Noble, tells the story of a medical platoon in the plains of southern Vietnam in 1968. Written as a memoir, the book also aims to expose similarities between the Vietnam War and the current conflict in Iraq.
Throughout the memoir, Noble draws controversial conclusions about the causes and far-reaching effects of the Vietnam and Iraq wars. “The tragedy for Vietnam veterans is the same for the Iraq veterans,” Noble claims. “We both went off to war as naïve and patriotic youth, going to defend our country, when our government has not told the truth to the American public.”
Noble looked to his own service during the Vietnam War to craft the memoir. The book is filled with first-person accounts of combat, field medicine and glimpses into the everyday life of young Americans struggling to survive in Southeast Asia.
Designed to inform readers about the history of the Vietnam War and raise hard questions about American policy and leadership, The Tragedy of Vietnam, Again seeks to act as a warning against repeating mistakes of the past.
For more information or to request a free review copy, members of the press can contact the author at email@example.com. The Tragedy of Vietnam, Again is available for sale online at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Christopher Noble served as a U.S. Army medical service corps captain during the Vietnam War, where he earned two Bronze Stars, the Purple Heart, the Combat Medic’s Badge and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry. Following his military service, Noble worked in Saudi Arabia and served the Peace Corps in Ukraine. A grandfather of two, he lives with his wife in Marion, Mass.
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