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My Lai: An American Atrocity in the Vietnam War On March American soldiers killed as many as five hundred Vietnamese men, women, and children in a village near the South China Sea In My Lai William Thomas Allison explores and evaluates the significance of this horrific event How could such a thing have happened Who or what should be held accountable How do we remember this atrocity and try to apply its lessons, if any My Lai has fixed the attention of Americans of various political stripes for than forty years The breadth of writing on the massacre, from news reports to scholarly accounts, highlights the difficulty of establishing fact and motive in an incident during which confusion, prejudice, and self preservation overwhelmed the troopsSon of a Marine veteran of the Vietnam War and aware that the generation who lived through the incident is aging Allison seeks to ensure that our collective memory of this shameful episode does not fadeWell written and accessible, Allison s book provides a clear narrative of this historic moment and offers suggestions for how to come to terms with its aftermath

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10 thoughts on “My Lai: An American Atrocity in the Vietnam War

  1. Kurt Kurt says:

    Famous Sad Story I remember this story since my early childhood days and still can t believe the horror that took place in another part of the world

  2. Dachokie Dachokie says:

    Provides Unbiased Overview of a Somewhat Forgotten Tragedy This book was reviewed as part ofs Vine program which included a free advance copy of the book.My Lai can be viewed as a tragic on two levels one, the events comprising My Lai itself and two, its rather suppressed place in modern American history Seemingly lost bet

  3. Jeff Kelleher Jeff Kelleher says:

    One of the curious consequences of the My Lai massacre was that hawks of the right and peaceniks of the left agreed on the cause it was the war The sensible middle, which includes most professional military people, think this is nonsense It was murder, pure and simple, done by murderers The peculiar stresses of That War unqu

  4. Bob H Bob H says:

    This work has the benefit of being a recent retelling of a distant, but important, event in American history I m researching a possible book on the WWII Yamashita case on command responsibility implicated in the My Lai trials 32 years later so I do have some familiarity with this incident and the relevant military law I can te

  5. Kathie Kathie says:

    Liked that while the author did not take a stance he was able to describe how others felt and thought about what occurred at My Lai This was a good cronology withthan 25% of the book being devoted to the bibliography The writer acknowledges the Zeitgeist I appreciate that even though some will not acknowledge that the horrific e

  6. Steve Steve says:

    Challenging to read at times, because of both the subject matter and the necessarily technical level of details A disturbing look into the human psyche and the conditions that can lead ordinary people to commit atrocities.

  7. Renee Cutchen Renee Cutchen says:

    I had little knowledge of the My Lai massacre before reading An easy read, with coverage of the event itself and the aftermath A sad true story in American military history.

  8. Betsy Boo Betsy Boo says:

    Can t believe I spent so many years reading books about the Holocaust trying to see why Germans were so different swayed by the lure of evilwhen the truth is, it s in all of us.

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