The Punji Trap

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The Punji Trap

Post by angkorjohn2 »

I did a search and found no reference to this book before so I apologize if posted before. I've read this magnificent book (got it at Monument think its available elsewhere in PP as well) , the punji trap by the Australian journalist Luke Hunt.

A great read backed with a solid historical narrative as to how the Vietnam war came to be alongside a great true story. I can highly recommend for those interested in the genre.

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