A bright shining lie john paul vann and america in vietnam 1988 is a book by neil sheehan a former new york times reporter about killed in action us army lieutenant colonel john paul vann and the united states involvement in the vietnam war. 25th anniversary edition one of the most acclaimed books of our time the definitive vietnam war expos winner of the pulitzer prize and the national book award when he came to vietnam in 1962 lieutenant colonel john paul vann was the one clear sighted participant in an enterprise riddled with. Notes for advisors 27 january 2006 3 westmoreland turned down ideas on integrating the vietnamese forces into mixed units or us led units because unlike the french or british american officers could never win. A bright shining lie by neil sheehan is an erudite well informed and exhaustive narrative of the vietnam war sheehan provides a complete modern history of vietnam from the french colonial period beginning in the 1850s to the end of french rule particularly the period of ho chih minhs rise to power after world war ii. A bright shining lie john paul vann and america in vietnam review william j searle biography volume 13 number 1 winter 1990 pp 88 92 review
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