This is a referenced account and personal evaluation of the medical services provided for civilians in Vietnam 1961-75 by the US military forces. The author was a doctor in the Army Medical Corps 1967-68. He makes clear now the mixed motives and inconsistently carried out general policy to win hearts and minds by medical service did not, despite sincere involvement by many of personnel involved, win any perceptible local support. With black-and-white photographs, references to official and other documents, glossary, bibliographical essay and index.
Military Medicine to Win Hearts and Minds: Aid to Civilians in the Vietnam War
AuthorsWilensky, Robert J
PublisherTexas Tech University Press