America's Second War in Indochina ... Only the Allies Are New

No place (Democratic Republic of Vietnam): No publisher given, ca. 1980. Small 4to. Wraps. 12 p. Scarce. [64179]

"Five years ago a peasant nation, Viet Nam, forced super-power America to abandon Indochina. Or so it seemed. Today, America, allied with China (and supported by Britain) uses Cambodia as a new battlefield; and its latest proxies are Pol Pot's Khmer Rouge, the most thorough mass murderers since Hitler. John Pilger, whose reports in the New Statesman last year were among the first to alert the world to the depth of the Cambodian tragedy, has returned to Indochina. This is his report"

Price: $50.00

See all items in Vietnam War
See all items by