Max Boot and Gregory Daddis, two expert military historians, and Doug Stanton, a best-selling journalist, analyze and reflect on the Vietnam War through the stories of those who fought it. Assistive listening devices available.
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|Where:||Student Union Gallagher Theater (Seats 340)|
|When:||Sat, Mar 10, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm|
|Signing area:||Sales & Signing Area - UA BookStore Tent (on Mall) (following presentation)|
|Genre:||History / Biography|
Max Boot is a military historian and foreign-policy analyst who has been called one of the “world’s leading authorities on armed conflict” by the International Institute for Strategic Studies. The Jeane J....
Gregory Daddis is an associate professor of history and director of Chapman University’s MA Program in War and Society. Daddis joined Chapman after having served as the chief of the American History Division in the Department of History at the United States Military Academy at West Point....
Doug Stanton is a journalist, lecturer, screenwriter and best-selling author. His book, "Horse Soldiers:The Extraordinary Story of a Band of US Soldiers Who Rode to Victory in Afghanistan" was featured on the front page of the Sunday New York Times Book Review and is the basis for a Jerry Bruckheimer-produced movie called "12 Strong," starring Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon, released by Warner Bros....