Ending the "War that Never Should Have Begun": Vietnam and the Power of Nationalism

Colonel Gian Gentile

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    COL Gian Gentile, a USMA history professor, describes the end of the Vietnam War.

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    Conflict: Vietnam War

    Biographical Details

    Name: Gian Gentile
    Institution: UC-Berkeley
    Grad. Year: 1986
    Service: Army
    Rank: Colonel
    Service Dates: 1986 to present
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