On March 16, 1968, American soldiers killed as many as five hundred Vietnamese men, women, and children in a village near the South China Sea. How could such a thing have happened? Who (or what) should be held accountable? This title explores and evaluates the significance of this horrific event.
William Thomas Allison is a professor of history at Georgia Southern University. He is author of Military Justice in Vietnam: The Rule of Law in an American War.