Once Upon a Distance War tells the stories of such young Vietnam war correspondents as Neil Sheehan, Peter Arnett, and David Halberstam, providing a riveting chronicle of high adventure and brutal slapstick, gallantry and cynicism, as well as a vital addition to the history they shaped. "Prochnau . . . tells a Vietnam story we haven’t heard before. . . . Complex, witty, and humane."–Tobias Wolff. of photos.
William Prochnau and Laura Parker write collaborative articles for Vanity Fair, where Prochnau is a contributing editor. Prochnau, a former national correspondent for The Washington Post, has written three acclaimed books including Once Upon a Distant War. They live in Washington,… More about William Prochnau
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Published by Vintage Aug 27, 1996| 576 Pages| 5-3/16 x 8| ISBN 9780679772651
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