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Army of the Republic of Vietnam 1955-75 (Men-at-Arms) (edition 2010)

by Gordon Rottman, Ramiro Bujeiro (Illustrator)

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Member:Shrike58
Title:Army of the Republic of Vietnam 1955-75 (Men-at-Arms)
Authors:Gordon Rottman
Other authors:Ramiro Bujeiro (Illustrator)
Info:Osprey Publishing (2010), Paperback, 48 pages
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Tags:arvn, vietnam war, cold war, osprey, 2012

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Vis-a-vis some of the commentary over at the Amazon page on this booklet, this is a perfectly fine overview of the ARVN's history, the evolution of its force structure, and how the men in it were equipped by one of Osprey's more reliable writers. ( )
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"The uniforms, equipment, history and organization of the world's military forces, past and present." "Written by a combat veteran of US Army Special Forces in Vietnam, this is a guide to the army of the war's least-studied major participant -South Vietnam. The ARVN's character and fighting ability was a central factor at every stage of the conflict, and though the army was hampered by many weaknesses of political leadership, command and motivation, some South Vietnamese units earned a genuinely good reputation in battle. This account of the ARVN's background, evolution, organization, units, uniforms, insignia and equipment is illustrated with photographs from private collections and detailed color artwork."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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