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Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2008

    A wonderfully chilling Diary

    I served in the 11th Light infantry Brigade in 1968 as a 4.2 FO for C 4/3. This Diary is a compelling account of a committed revolutionary and brilliantly trained doctor who lived an unbelievable if short life. I am saddened by the brutal conduct of American forces in this AO. This wonderful Diary by a 20 year old female is a work of love and hope that should be shared by future generations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2007

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    I had read about the Dairy of Dr. Tram, a young Vietnamese doctor killed during the war. I had to wait over two years before the book was for sale. When we read or listen to the news, the people we are fighting are faceless, and devoid of humanity. They are our enemy. Reading this young, idealistic girl's thoughts and feelings, memories, hopes, and fears, I discovered a love for her, for life, for humankind, as well as a desire to return to the pure unadulterated dreams of my youth. Her bravery and heroism to leave a life of ease and comfort, a loving family and friends to follow the dreams of her devotion to her country, for a cause she truly believed in, at the cost of comfort to endure unbelievable hardships, heart ache, and personal loss brings the reader to want to comfort her, and abhor the destruction of war. This book should sit next to The Diary of Anne Frank, as required reading for the young. As much as we honor our fallen soldiers, and citizens who sacrificed their lives, this young doctor exemplifies the same love, patriotism, and dedication to her country and people.

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