McNamara's War--Against the Truth: A Review Essay
In a critical review essay of Robert S. McNamara's "In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam," Roger Hilsman argues that despite the book's purported attempt to set the record straight, it in fact contains many misstatements of fact and false allegations about the role of other officials in decisions made during the Vietnam War.
On the Origins of War and the Preservation of Peace, Donald Kagan Reviewed by Roger Hilsman
Perilous Options: Special Operations as an Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy, Lucien S. Vandenbroucke Reviewed by Roger Hilsman
The Tet Offensive: Intelligence Failure in War, James J. Wirtz Reviewed by Roger Hilsman
The Wise Men, Six Friends and the World They Made: Acheson, Bohlen, Harriman, Kennan, Lovett, McCloy, Walter Isaacson and Evan Thomas Reviewed by Roger Hilsman more by this author
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