We're Taking Fire: A Reporter's View of the Vietnam War, Tet and the Fall of LBJ

  • Title: We're Taking Fire: A Reporter's View of the Vietnam War, Tet and the Fall of LBJ
  • Author: Peter Arnett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • We re Taking Fire A Reporter s View of the Vietnam War Tet and the Fall of LBJ Peter Arnett is a great reporter He was then and he is now Dan Rather Journalist If you had to invent a reporter for the Vietnam War you would have invented Peter David Halbertsam Journalist and Hi
    Peter Arnett is a great reporter He was then and he is now Dan Rather, Journalist If you had to invent a reporter for the Vietnam War, you would have invented Peter David Halbertsam, Journalist and Historian Peter Arnett is one of the greatest war correspondents of all time Lee Winfrey, Philadelphia Enquirer On the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive comes Peter Arnett is a great reporter He was then and he is now Dan Rather, Journalist If you had to invent a reporter for the Vietnam War, you would have invented Peter David Halbertsam, Journalist and Historian Peter Arnett is one of the greatest war correspondents of all time Lee Winfrey, Philadelphia Enquirer On the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive comes We re Taking Fire, a powerful examination by Pulitzer Prize winning war correspondent Peter Arnett of what led to that pivotal moment of the Vietnam War in 1968 and the tumultuous aftermath Through his reports for The Associated Press from the early 1960s to the fall of Saigon in 1975, and interviews conducted during and after the war, Arnett explains the complexities that drove the decisions made by the Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon administrations and how each was unable to achieve a winning strategy that would put an end to the unpopular and controversial conflict As an eyewitness to the battles, maneuvers and cultural challenges that prevented a definitive victory, Arnett provides unique insights that only one who was on the ground can share as well as perspectives shaped by decades of observing America and Vietnam since the war Illustrating Arnett s compelling story are than 50 images from AP s Photo Archives and his personal collection We re Taking Fire, which deciphers the war and its toll on Lyndon B Johnson s presidency, is a must read about lessons learned and lessons forgotten.

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    About Peter Arnett


    1. Peter Gregg Arnett, ONZM is a New Zealand American journalist Arnett worked for National Geographic magazine, and later for various television networks, most notably CNN He is well known for his coverage of war, including the Vietnam War and the Gulf War He was awarded the 1966 Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting for his work in Vietnam, where he was present from 1962 to 1975, most of the time reporting for the Associated Press news agency In 1994, Arnett wrote Live from the Battlefield From Vietnam to Baghdad, 35 Years in the World s War Zones In March 1997, Arnett was able to interview Osama bin Laden The Journalism School at the Southern Institute of Technology is named after him.


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