Behind the Lines -- Hanoi December 23, 1966 -- January 7, 1967

By: Salisbury, Harrison

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Behind the Lines -- Hanoi December 23, 1966 -- January 7, 1967 by Salisbury, Harrison E
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London: Secker & Warburg, 1967. 450 g; XII, 244 pages, plus six pages of black-and-white photography in a central section. With original photographic illustrated dust jacket. The dust jacket has a 0.5 inch tear towards the spine on the lower edge of the rear panel, and has been price clipped on the front fold over flap. There is spotting/foxing to the top edge of the text block, and the Australian distributor (Melbourne University Press) has their neat rubberstamp showing July 1967 and the bottom right-hand corner of the front end page. No other damage to report. "-- is a book of great an immediate importance. It is also a warmly vivid personal narrative, full of such scenes as thousands of worshippers entering Hanoi's Cathedral to celebrate Mass on Christmas Day. Mr Salisbury is strongly critical of both the inhumanity and the ineffectiveness of America's so-called strategic bombing. He does not minimise difficulties facing the Hanoi government, which have been increased by the civil strife in China. Almost wholly dependent on Chinese supplies, they fear their interruption and equally the danger of active intervention should Hanoi undertake negotiations with America. Nonetheless Mr Salisbury believes that the time for secret talks is now and that any alternative course may lead rapidly to nuclear war." -- rear fold over blurb. First Edition. Hardcover. Good/Good -- Price Clipped. Illus. by Photographic. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. journalism -- Vietnam.

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