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THIS MEMORIAL IS FOR THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAD THE COURAGE TO STAND UP FOR THEIR BELIEFS ANSWERING THE CALL OF THEIR NATION AND RISKING THEIR LIVES TO PROTECT FREEDOM.
THE PEOPLE OF TEMECULA HONOR THEIR DEEDS
Date of dedication: 11/11/2004
To view in stereo, sit 2-3 feet from the monitor and gently cross your eyes so that the two images become three. The one in the middle will be in 3d. If you are finding this difficult, you may be trying too hard. Viewing the original size is best.
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More than twenty-five years after the official end of the Vietnam War, Dear America allows us to witness the war firsthand through the eyes of the men and women who served in Vietnam. In this collection of more than 200 letters, they share their first impressions of the rigors of life in the bush, their longing for home and family, their emotions over the conduct of the war, and their ache at the loss of a friend in battle. Poignant in their rare honesty, the letters from Vietnam are “riveting,…extraordinary by [their] very ordinariness…for the most part, neither deep nor philosophical, only very, very human” (Los Angeles Times). Revealing the complex emotions and daily realities of fighting in the war, these close accounts offer a powerful, uniquely personal portrait of the many faces of Vietnam’s veterans. Over 100,000 copies sold.