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Prodigal Soldiers: How the Generation of Officers Born of Vietnam Revolutionized the American Style of War


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Documenting the transformation of the U.S. military from Vietnam to the Gulf War, a history of a generation of officers examines changing ideas about war, ending the draft, reducing racial tensions, and integrating women into the ranks.

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EAN:9781574881233
Item Weight:1.47 pounds
Item Size:1.43 x 9.14 x 9.14 inches
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