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Franklin Cox - Lullabies for Lieutenants: Memoir of a Marine Forward Observer in Vietnam,

The reader lives the experience alongside the author's memory, gaining a sense of the pulse-pounding contact, surrealism, pathos, humor, and beauty that defined one of the low points of the American experience"--Provided by publisher. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Franklin Cox Find more information about: Mirroring the chaotic nature of the American experience at war in Vietnam, this memoir recounts the experiences of a young Marine Corps officer in a series of unrelated short pieces.

It describes specific events, stories of emotion, or remarkable persons some are heroes, some are cowards, most are tragic. User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Each chapter describes a specific event, a story of emotion, or a remarkable person some are heroes, some are cowards, most are tragic.

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The reader lives the experience alongside the author's memory, gaining a true sense of the pulse-pounding contact, surrealism, pathos, humor, and beauty that defined one of the low points of the American experience. Nielsen Book Data Subject Cox, Franklin, United States. Publication date Note Includes index.


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He writes about how: All the firepower in the world is not enough to win a war if we do not understand our enemy, humanity, or history. Cox wrote how Ho Chi Minh understood this human condition when Ho said: This certainly applies to the Vietnam War.


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  7. Vietnam has showed us how superior firepower does not make up for this lack of knowledge of our enemy. We need to appreciate history, learn from it, and apply those lessons to better our future.