In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War - Chapter 3: White Man Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3: White Man Summary and Analysis

Just a week after Thanksgiving, the division was ordered into the field. The people who lived in the area were taken to a detention camp. Marching through the field was difficult since so much of it was flooded. Everyone feared snipers and as the tallest man in the unit, Wolff figured he was a target. The snipers would focus on his height and his whiteness. And, Wolff was VERY white. He was assaulted one night by a group of Vietnamese coming out of a bar because he was mistaken for another white man who he looked nothing like. But apparently the white men looked all the same to the Vietnamese.

The battalion set up camp in a dry area. The Vietnamese soldiers they were traveling with made fires even though they were not supposed to do so...

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