By Mike Mahn
When the Vietnam battle breaks out, Mike Mahn is an idealistic and patriotic younger guy. Mahn steps as much as serve. It’s a call that may have lasting consequences.
Trained as a K-9 handler, Mahn discovers his provider comes with a steep ticket. A blossoming stateside romance will wither and die. And Mahn will participate in one of many defining moments of the clash: the conflict of Bunker Hill 10.
Combining his wartime diary, youth reminiscences, and modern observation with a considerate, thought of research of the political and social surroundings of the time, Mahn helps his semi-autobiographical story with a chain of pictures chronicling his service.
Mahn will go back domestic to a kingdom that turns out to have deserted either him and the various others who gave their all, however the final tone of American Passage isn't really sour. in its place, Mahn offers his story of carrier and sacrifice in a matter-of-fact tone, acknowledging the complicated mixture of feelings, attitudes, and political beliefs that drove the boys who fought and people who remained home.
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