"This important book is one man's critical analysis of American strategy in the Vietnam war. That man, Harry Summers, is an active Army officer who began professional life as an enlisted soldier, knows personally the bayonet-point reality of war, and has thought widely about strategic issues. His commitment to the nation and Army he serves is unstinting." "... Colonel Summers has focused his atten...
Paperback: 152 pages
Publisher: University Press of the Pacific (December 31, 2002)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4203021
Format: PDF ePub fb2 TXT fb2 book
- Harry G. Jr. Summers epub
- Harry G. Jr. Summers ebooks
- 1410204197 pdf
- History epub books
- 978-1410204196 pdf
In addition to books, magazine pieces and television broadcast work, Colonel Summers was a military affairs columnist for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate and has served as editor of the magazine "Vietnam". In this 1981 volume, he advances the now wid...
t point in the strategic continuum where military strategy and national policy come together. His main thesis is that a lack of understanding of the relationship between military strategy and national policy caused us to exhaust our will and endurance against a secondary enemy, the guerrilla movement in South Vietnam, instead of focusing our military efforts to check North Vietnamese expansion in support of our national policy of containment. ..." DeWitt C. Smith, Jr. Lieutenant General, United States Army (Retired)