Sometimes I stumble across an article that makes me go “I wish I’d said that”. Sometimes it’s just fresh perspective.
Jim Guirard’s article offers both. AND it was sent along by my pal Rurik.
Entitled “The Two Vietnam Wars” the article highlights what happens when history is rewritten by agenda driven historians.
A case could be made that there were really three Vietnam wars, however Guirard carefully establishes the context for his position.
Take a moment or two and learn learn something, or just refresh your memory.
[Added] Jonn over at TAH found an article that does (in my mind) connect well with the flawed history in the Vietnam narrative accepted today.