Saigon: 1925-1945 v. 1 - Anthony Grey Reviews
Description:ISBN 1903571502 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Anthony Grey / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 399 Pages / Book is published 2005-04-25 by Tagman Press, an Imprint of Tagman Worldwide Ltd.
Newest Review: ... them returning to Vietnam, and the Saigon of the book's title, over again and again. The lives of all those they cross ... more
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by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Saigon is yet another masterful epic from the writer who brought us Peking; this time looking at a fifty year period of Vietnam's history that covers the country's colonisation by the French and it's subsequent occupation by the Japanese before finally casting a critical eye over America's involvement in The Vietnamese War and eventual withdrawl. Seen through the eyes of various members of the Sherman family and the people whose lives they encounter, the book is a mammoth of a volume that, once started, is increasingly more and more difficult to put down! Joseph Sherman is 15 years old when he first visits Vietnam in 1925 on a hunting trip with his family. ... Read the complete review
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