This map was published in January 1965, marking the beginning of heavy U.S. troop deployment to Vietnam. It is a fine companion for the 1967 map of the region. Features: Inset map showing the relation to the rest of Asia; Colorful borders; Thousands of place names; Railroads, roads, trails, canals, and airfields; Warm currents, ocean depths, and port depths in feet; Rivers and lakes. This version, printed on high-quality, semi-gloss paper, is perfect for framing.
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11" x 20 1/2"
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Comments about 1965 Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Eastern Thailand Map:
I spent 18 months in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War and needed a map of SEA that showed the names of municipalities and the distances between sites for my up coming biography, "Inherently Dangerous."
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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