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Posted by: xeneize In a war were we always think in infantry and airpower, the tank was in the last battle in 1975, the decisive weapon. From 1971 in lam Son 719 to the end, the NVA and SVA armoured forces become more relevant, whit a significant number of tanks and APC in combat, for the last offensive the NVA fielded 600 T-34, T-54 and K-63 against eigth hundreds of SVA tanks and M-113. Osprey have a book on this topic, but is from the 80's, today is possible make a complete new book, specially whit the massive and decisive NVA assault in 1975!!
Posted on: 20/04/2013 21:47:00

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Posted by: drez
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Joined Date: Wednesday, 8 July 2020
That would be awesome if they made a new book on this subject.
Posted on: 21/04/2013 04:06:00
Posted by: andyana
Total Posts: 25
Joined Date: Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Yes, a book on the later part of the vietnam war would be covering a much-neglected topic. Maybe a Duel on the April 1972 offensive, focusing on tank battles, or the fall of Saigon?
Posted on: 21/04/2013 16:02:00
Posted by: CMB
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Joined Date: Monday, 15 March 2010
Plus, you get to examine the Vietnamization of the war by covering these later campaigns.
Posted on: 01/06/2013 06:19:00
Posted by: Amaral
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Joined Date: Friday, 8 March 2013
More work on the ARVN!
Posted on: 05/06/2013 01:36:00

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