Vietnam Magazine Yearly Subscription
Vietnam is the only magazine exclusively devoted to America's most controversial and divisive war. Each bimonthly issue is filled with detailed analysis of the war. Vietnam magazine presents accurate first-hand accounts of the Vietnam war.More...
Vietnam is the only magazine exclusively devoted to America's most controversial and divisive war. Each bimonthly issue is filled with detailed analysis of the war.
Vietnam magazine presents accurate first-hand accounts of the Vietnam war. Written by historians, veterans, journalists, and respected military historians, each issue is filled with authoritative coverage on the people, battles, weapons, and strategies involved in the conflict. History buffs will appreciate a subscription to Vietnam magazine.
Each bimonthly issue explores the complexities and difficulties inherent in the Vietnam conflict. The magazine contains detailed stories about key battles, period photos, and thought-provoking interviews. Each issue also contains interviews with veterans, personal recollections written by soldiers, and stories about the men who fought the war. Vietnam magazine features regular sections about the weaponry and ammunition used in the war. Each issue also reviews books and movies about Vietnam.
Veterans and history buffs will enjoy the unbiased, in-depth coverage found in each new issue of Vietnam magazine. Each issue gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at this controversial war.
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I enjoy this magazine. Have been reading it for many years. Don't always agree with some of the articles, but my memories and some of the authors memories differ occasionally. But it is a good magazine for people wanting an overview of a complicated issue. That is the war and its effects on so many men and women. Would suggest reading Hell In A Very Small Place by Bernard Fall for a beginning history lesson on our involvement in the War.
Being a vet during the Vietnam war, but not being stationed in Vietnam, I find the articles interesting. It fills me in on what other vets stationed in Vietnam were experiencing.
Interesting stories bringing back memories of Tet while at KheSahn scary times true stories are always better than fiction loved the interview with Joe Galloway
I'm a student of military history and I was glad to see a whole magazine devoted to this argument, on which fiction has often covered historical truth.
The magazine covers all the aspects of the war and it is very useful to get an idea of topics which can't be found in the amount of books written on it.The photos and drawings are very interesting and the tales of veterans and people involved in the operation convey an excellent picture of the atmosphere of those days.
The only note is that sometimes the tone tends to be too much patriotic, which can be very dangerous for the purpose of providing a sincere historical analysis.
I was disappointed. Mostly advertisements not too much substance. I tried cancelling but was not able. Nothing I would recommend to my fellow brothers in arms. Sorry guys this was not up too your usual good standings.