A World of Hurt: Between Innocence and Arrogance in Vietnam
In 1970, twenty-three year-old Army nurse, Mary Reynolds boarded a plane bound for Vietnam. Uncertain and alone, Mary had no idea what lay ahead.
Almost thirty years later, Mary tells of that year in her life: a year of discomfort, fear and anger, as well as courage, hope and love. She includes the stories of seven of her friends, among them a dustoff helicopter pilot, an infantry captain, a Vietnamese aide, a drug counselor, and an emergency room nurse, who were with her in Vietnam.
A World of Hurt: Between Innocence and Arrogance in Vietnam describes a war "winding down," while thousands still died. The survivors discovered that their perspectives about war, their country and themselves were forever changed.
- Author: Mary Reynolds Powell
- Publication Date: 2002-07-09
- Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
- Product Group: Book
- Manufacturer: Greenleaf Book Group
- Binding: Paperback, 171 pages
- Item Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 844L x 547W x 57H
- Weight: 55
- Package Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 830L x 550W x 60H
- Weight: 55
- List Price: $12.95
- ISBN: 0966531957
- ASIN: 0966531957
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