The War Managers: Thirtieth Anniversary Edition

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Long considered a classic for its enlightening analysis of what went wrong in Vietnam, this frank assessment of the American involvement in the war comes straight from the U.S. Army generals responsible for its conduct in the field. First published in 1977 to great acclaim, the painful indictment of both the military and civilian policy makers serves as a useful guide on how to avoid similar disas...

Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Naval Institute Press; 30th anniversary edition (September 1, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 159114437X
ISBN-13: 978-1591144373
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 8.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 1239192
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The late Douglas Kinnard; retired Army Brigadier General seeing combat in World War II, Korea and Vietnam; a professor of political science at the University of Vermont; and former US Army Chief of Military History; has written a very important work ...



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ay's conflicts. The author, an American general who was chief of staff of the most important field command in Vietnam before his retirement in 1970, sent an extensive questionnaire to 173 other generals in 1974, seeking their views on the war and guaranteeing anonymity. Nearly 70% responded, with many adding pages of comments about such sensitive subjects as leadership and integrity. General Kinnard then interviewed twenty of the respondents and supplemented their input with research of Army documents. What emerges from his analysis of the generals' responses is a uniquely fascinating and penetrating look at the war, focusing on such central issues as the competence of American and Vietnamese troops, the clarity of U.S. objectives, the influence of body counts, and much more.