by George W. Schwarz Jr.
edited: Sunday, December 15, 2002
Posted: Tuesday, November 06, 2001
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The Viet Nam War from the perspective of an American civilian working in South Viet Nam during the war.
'April Fools' presents a new genre of the Viet Nam War - American civilians working in South Viet Nam and their valuable , and varied, support roles they contributed throughout the war.
A former civilian employee who worked in South Viet Nam during the war writes of his personal experiences and memories focusing on the period June 1972-to-April 1975. Central to the story, however, are South Viet Nam's final days. The author describes from personal experience the disturbing details of the evacuations of thousands of Vietnamese refugees from the country's coastal cities, the author's evacuation from Saigon, and the frustrating bureauracy encountered in the refugee camps until reaching America.
'April Fools' - a new book, a new genre, and a good read.
Web Site: APRIL FOOLS
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George W. Schwarz Jr.