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A Vietcong Memoir: An Inside Account of the Vietnam War and Its Aftermath Setting & Symbolism

Truong Nhu Tang
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Objects/Places

Binh Xuyen Headquarters

Formerly the headquarters for the Binh Xuyen, this is where Tang is taken and tortured into admitting that he is a member of the communist party.

Chasseloup Laubat

The school Tang attends as a youngster.

Hanoi

Where Tang attends college and where several important meetings are held.

Ho Chi Mihn Trail

A network of roads used for decades, though Tang notes that the trail over which he travels in a jeep bears little resemblance to the rough trail originally hacked through the jungle growth.

Independence Palace Square

The place where more than a half million people gather to celebrate the final victory of the war.

Go Vap

The village outside Saigon where Tang retires with his new wife in 1976.

Saigon General Hospital

Where Tang's brother, Quynh, works in the health department.

National Sugar Company

The government entity that owns and operates huge sugar refineries, distilleries...

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