Guerrilla Nation

Guerrilla Nation

My Wars in and Out of Vietnam

Book - 2013
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A celebrated journalist finds himself reporting on the savage war in Vietnam while in combat with his own network.



In September 1969, Michael Maclear, the first Western television journalist allowed inside North Vietnam, was in Hanoi for major Canadian and U.S. networks. He recounted in gripping detail how an entire population had been trained for generations in guerrilla combat. His reporting that the North was motivated more by nationalism than Marxism was highly controversial.

Later Maclear was taken blindfolded to a Hanoi prison for captive U.S. pilots, some of whom condemned the war. Nixon's White House said the Canadian reporter was duped, and Maclear's own network questioned him in those terms on air. Later, the network found reason to dismiss Maclear as a foreign correspondent.

Recently, Maclear returned to Vietnam and interviewed surviving key figures from the war. In this book he includes startling new information on guerrilla tactics and delivers an impassioned argument for the necessity of journalistic impartiality and integrity.

Publisher: Toronto :, Dundurn,, [2013]
Toronto : Dundurn, [2013]
ISBN: 9781459709409
1459709403
Branch Call Number: 070.92 MAC NVD
Characteristics: 214 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: My wars in and out of Vietnam

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