A Soldier's View of the Vietnam War - The Story of Victor 4 V Coy, 6RAR/NZ (ANZAC) Battalion


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Title: A Soldier's View of the Vietnam War - The Story of Victor 4 V Coy, 6RAR/NZ (ANZAC) Battalion

Author: Members of Victor 4 Company

Condition: Mint

Edition: 1st Edition

Publication Date: 2011

ISBN: 9780473185152

Cover: Hard Cover with Dust Jacket††-†335 pages

Comments: The detailed†history of Victor Company, 6RAR/NZ (ANZAC) Battalion during the Vietnam War in 1969/1970. It covers the operations that Victor Company was involved with as well as stories from the soldiers who were there. Includes 332 colour and B/W photos.

Victor Four was a NZ Infantry Company that was posted to Vietnam on the 8th May 1969.

Within two weeks it, along with Whiskey Two (another NZ Company) became part of† 6 RAR/NZ (ANZAC) Battalion.

For the next 12 months V4 and W2 along with A, B and D Australian Infantry Companies and a combined Support Company of NZ and Australian personnel, operated in the Phuoc Tuy Province.

Victor Four†Company took part in many other Operations and departed Vietnam on the 8th May 1970.

This is the story of the formation, Vietnam deployment and post Vietnam period†of Victor 4 as written by the troops themselves.

††† "It is rare that a military history is written from the perspective of the soldier, by the soldier. This book is one of those. It is written by the officers and men of Victor 4 Company, New Zealanders who served in the Vietnam War from 1969 - 1970 who tell about their experiences in combat in a faraway land. We have written the book not to celebrate war but to tell the next generation about what we experienced. It is right we should do this for our children and for our relatives and friends so that they may know what we did. It is a testament also to those seven comrades who gave their lives for their country. May they rest in peace for eternity".

††† Sir Wira Gardiner

††† "This book is a testament to the comradeship that comes from having served together under fire. The training and leadership demonstrated by your officers, NCOs and men will provide a wonderful source of encouragement and inspiration for today's young men and women".

††† Lt Gen Rhys Jones
††† Chief of Defence Force

Preface / Major General Rhys Jones
Foreword / Capt Quin Rodda
Chapter†1. In memory of the fallen
Chapter 2. Burnham Military Camp, New Zealand
Chapter 3. Terendak Garrison, Malaysia
Chapter 4. Australian Task Force and the enemy forces
Chapter 5. New Zealand forces in South Vietnam
Chapter6. Deployment to South Vietnam
Chapter 7. Operation Lavarack
Chapter 8. V4 Coy Headquarters on operations

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