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    [EBOOK] Vietnamese Women at War Fighting for Ho Chi Minh and the Revolution Modern War Studies by Sandra C. Taylor – thetributepages.co.uk Very much a companion to Even the Women Must Fight this is built on interviews conducted by Taylor with women veterans and offers insight into every level of participation from village teachers and guard anti aircraft operators in the north spies and guerrillas in the south road builders medics propaganda troupes and the women who stayed in the army of Vietnam after 1975 to fight in Cambodia and serve now

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Vietnamese Women at War Fighting or Ho Chi Minh and the Revolution Modern War Studies

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