INDOCHINA WITHOUT AMERICANS: FOR MOST, A BETTER LIFE – by Sydney H. Schanberg

2018-07-23T09:36:06+01:00July 23rd, 2018|Categories: HISTORY, JOURNALISM|Tags: , , |

PHNOM PENH—The spectacle of the Americans being evacuated from Cambodia—with helicopters dropping from the skies and stony-faced Marines armed to the teeth protecting the Embassy evacuees from nothing—is perhaps a fair epitaph for American policy in Indochina, or at least in Cambodia.