Four Hours In My Lai

Paperback | March 1, 1993

byMichael Bilton, Kevin Sim

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Uncovering the secrets behind the 1968 My Lai massacre in Vietnam, this is "a brutal, cautionary tale that serves as a painful reminder of the worst that can happen in war."—Chicago Tribune.

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On March 16, 1968, a battle-scarred U.S. fighting unit entered the Vietnamese hamlet of My Lai. There, a group of soldiers murdered 500 unarmed women, children and old men. Simply and courageously, Four Hours in My Lai tells the truth about what happened--a story that should never be forgotten. Companion to the Emmy Award-winning docum...

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Uncovering the secrets behind the 1968 My Lai massacre in Vietnam, this is "a brutal, cautionary tale that serves as a painful reminder of the worst that can happen in war."—Chicago Tribune.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:464 pages, 7.6 × 5.1 × 0.9 inPublished:March 1, 1993Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140177094

ISBN - 13:9780140177091

Appropriate for ages: 18 - 18

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Table of Contents

Four Hours in My Lai - Michael Bilton and Kevin Sim Acknowledgments
List of Illustrations
Maps
1. Introduction
2. The War
3. The Company
4. My Lai, March 16, 1968: AM
5. My Lai, March 16, 1968: PM
6. Aftermath
7. Investigation
8. Fallout
9. Vietnam Revisited
10. The Judgment of Peers
11. ...And Justice for All
12. Final Chapter
Chronology
Notes on Sources
Notes on the Text
Bibliography
Index

From Our Editors

On March 16, 1968, a battle-scarred U.S. fighting unit entered the Vietnamese hamlet of My Lai. There, a group of soldiers murdered 500 unarmed women, children and old men. Simply and courageously, Four Hours in My Lai tells the truth about what happened--a story that should never be forgotten. Companion to the Emmy Award-winning documentary Four Hours to My Lai