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Laos by Sean Sutton
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Aug 01, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: special-places, vietnam-war
Read in August, 2011

This is a great book of photographs that show exactly what it meant to be regarded by the USA as a legitimate dumping ground for high explosive ordinance. If anyone ever wanted evidence of a monstrous crime against humanity that should have seen the top echelon of US leadership, including "Tricky Dicky" Nixon and that intellectual giant but moral dwarf Kissinger, tried and jailed this book can provide. The consequences of those illegal acts wrought by the reprehensible upon the innocent, still have tragic consequences today: daily! This should still be, along with so much else from that war a source of eternal shame

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