Deliver us from evil; the story of Viet Nam's flight to freedom.

New York, Farrar, Straus, and Cudahy [1956] .

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Subjects Marine.
Refugees -- Vietnam.
Description viii, 214 pages illustrations, portraits
Copyright Date [1956]
Summary Experiences of an American Navy doctor in Indo-China after the fall of Dien Bien Phu.
Contents Ensign Potts changes his mind -- Thirty-six brands of soap -- New cargo for the U.S.S. Montague -- The refugees come aboard -- Dr. Amberson's team -- The city of Haiphong -- How did it all come about? -- Camp De La Pagode -- Our "task force" shrinks -- The power of progaganda -- The story of Cua Lo Village -- Phat Dien's longest holy day -- Bui Chu means valiant -- The orphanage of Madame Ngai -- Communist re-education -- Leading the life of Dooley -- The dying city -- Afterword.
Geographic Area Vietnam
Network Numbers (OCoLC)411024
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WorldCat Identities Dooley, Thomas A. 1927-1961.
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