A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War

A Murder in Wartime The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War This is the greatest unsolved mystery and political coverup of the Vietnam war a story that burst onto the front pages of The New York Times and then unaccountably disappeared Defense attorneys for ei

  • Title: A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War
  • Author: Jeff Stein
  • ISBN: 9780312070373
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War

    This is the greatest unsolved mystery and political coverup of the Vietnam war a story that burst onto the front pages of The New York Times and then unaccountably disappeared Defense attorneys for eight Green Berets charged with the murder of a Vietcong agent in 1969 exposed a vast secret assassination program, and President Nixon was forced to abort the trial PhotograThis is the greatest unsolved mystery and political coverup of the Vietnam war a story that burst onto the front pages of The New York Times and then unaccountably disappeared Defense attorneys for eight Green Berets charged with the murder of a Vietcong agent in 1969 exposed a vast secret assassination program, and President Nixon was forced to abort the trial Photographs and maps.

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    One thought on “A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Spy Story That Changed the Course of the Vietnam War

    1. Dinah Küng

      I'm looking forward to reading this book, a little off the beaten track for me, because it's written by someone I really respect and have great affection for, going back to our days in graduate school. An army intelligence officer, Stein is now the master of the blog SpyTalk, a spin-off of a column he wrote for years for the Washington Post. He wrote this some time ago, but isn't the beauty of the internet? You discover that books never really die, they just go to a Cyber Shelf waiting for you t [...]

    2. Dale

      A fasinating look at a situation that helped to bring the war in Vietnam to an end. Much of the information covered in the book had been classified until recently. The author was a Captain in the SF while in Vietnam and had first hand knowledge of the situation which made the book even more interesting.

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