Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam War

Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam War

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In this frank, engaging memoir, Captain Chamberlain chronicles the missions, personal courage and sacrifice of the Marines he was privileged to command; painfully recalls the unspeakable order he and his Marines were forced to obey; and the cover-up which followed. Nearly four decades later, Captain Chamberlain makes right what was wrong; brings closure to the family of a fallen and abandoned warrior; and attempts to put to rest the guilt which plagued his military career and life. Unlike most books on the Viet Nam War, this book is written at a tactical level by a Marine Company Commander who was there.

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  • Jypsy

    Thank you Iread and the author for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own. Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam WarBy: Doug Chamberlain REVIEW ☆☆â˜...

  • Carla

    Bury Him is a journey through the struggles, pains and missions through the Vietnam War as seen through the eyes of Captain Chamberlain.As a Canadian, we do not learn about the Vietnam War in school s...

  • LAWonder10

    Many avoid past events because many are unpleasant. History repeats itself! If we are to avoid making the same destructive mistakes of others, we must learn from historical events.The Viet Nam War was...

  • Chuck

    Interesting readThis book is very well written. The author knows the proper usage of the English language. But I feel the author has some real issues that he is dealing with. While the story of the ab...

  • Grace Ann

    I thought this is a very poignant true-to-life narration of a military man's experience of the Vietnam War and its after effects in the lives of those who fought in it.'Bury him,' that command from ma...

  • Marilyn R.

    I don't even know how to begin reviewing this book. This hit a personal note for me. While the war in Vietnam was ebbing by the time I hit high school in the US, I still remember watching the last dra...

  • Angela Thompson

    Captain Chamberlain Opens His Viet Nam Story To Readers. Personally, looking back, I know that my stepfather rarely talked about his experiences in Viet Nam--and I can still remember him saying once w...

  • Leila

    How do you a review such as this?This was hands down, unlike anything I have read before. I have read a memoir or two before, but none such as this.The book wasn’t quite a story, but I felt more of ...

  • Amy

    Bury Him: A Memoir of the Viet Nam War by Captain Doug Chamberlain was an interesting read. I enjoyed reading about the Captain’s life and his time serving in the Vietnam War. It is not an easy boo...

  • chelle reads

    I don’t think I’ll ever be as brave and as forthright like Chamberlain. This autobiography is honest, memorable and interesting, to say the least. As we dive into the first few chapters, we view C...