Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968: Thoughts and personal experiences of an infantry soldier

Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968: Thoughts and personal experiences of an infantry soldier

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The personal experiences of former Army infantry First Lieutenant George Coleman Luck Jr during his year in Vietnam - 1968...

Title:Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968: Thoughts and personal experiences of an infantry soldier
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    Gateway to Hell: Vietnam 1968: Thoughts and personal experiences of an infantry soldier Reviews

  • Jeff Dawson

    This is a short interesting view into one soldier’s view of Vietnam. It wasn’t until he watched Ken Burn’s documentary on the war and the rereading the letters he wrote his wife while he was ove...

  • Tim Johnson

    I finished Luck’s short book last night and immediately thought that it should be called a monograph rather than a book. The book/monograph had nothing to with his swag of medals but a considerable ...

  • Louis Reichenbach

    Misleading titleBook was free,but much to short. The author importantly seems to have missed his calling in spite of all his insight. He should have become a priest instead of a maker of tv shows and ...

  • LARRY FLICK

    Almost RightSome of his observations I agree with, there a year later, but my experiences of my leaders were far from his. I experienced good leaders, except one. Didn't have his faith, but you do gro...

  • Larry Carter jr.

    Great readAuthor did a wonderful job of relaying the feelings of a war zone on paper. As a combat veteran, this is the realest description of the hell that is war that I have ever read. God Bless you ...

  • Diane

    Easy bible thumperYou're a miserable guy. Probably a Trump supporter. America is the greatest country in the world and even the greatest make mistakes. Not everyone,as you suggest is a terrible person...

  • William B.

    Trying to Excuse ChristianityThe underlying theme of this book is"God is good. " So much BS. Also he took Jon Kerry to task when he probably didn't know him. My time in the Delta and on the Meykong ma...

  • Clovis W. Widener

    An honest look at the tragedy of VietnamA great short read that speaks openly of the true conflict in Vietnam both then and now.I highly recommend that our children's children should read....

  • Patricia L Bally

    Says what has needed to be said for a long time God bless you sirIt says the unvarnished truth, and why we keep repeating it. Some day the Lord's and fools will realize what's been done, maybe...

  • Shannon

    Good honest accountDown and dirty account of a young combat leader as analyzed from a mature point of view. I feel the read is outstanding....