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100 1  Berger, Rob,|eauthor,|enarrator. 
245 10 Retire before mom and dad :|bthe simple numbers behind a 
       lifetime of financial freedom|h[Hoopla electronic 
       resource] /|cRob Berger. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bFindaway Voices,|c2019. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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520    The Vietnam War could have been called a comedy of errors 
       if the consequences weren't so deadly and tragic. In 1951,
       while war was raging in Korea, the United States began 
       signing defense pacts with nations in the Pacific, 
       intending to create alliances that would contain the 
       spread of Communism. As the Korean War was winding down, 
       America joined the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, 
       pledging to defend several nations in the region from 
       Communist aggression. One of those nations was South 
       Vietnam. One of the most infamous battles of the Vietnam 
       War, the Battle of Hamburger Hill - officially, part of 
       Operation Apache Snow - occurred in spring of 1969. 
       Towering over the perilous, elephant grass choked length 
       of the A Shau Valley, Hill 937, otherwise known as 
       Hamburger Hill or Dong Ap Bia ("Crouching Beast Mountain"),
       rose to a height of over 3,074 feet above sea level. The 
       Americans launched a series of 11 attacks against this low
       mountain's NVA defenders, leading to fierce combat 
       involving both advanced weaponry and infantry tactics 
       unchanged since World War II. The Battle of Hamburger Hill
       ranks as one of the most famous - or infamous - of the 
       Vietnam War. Over time, however, all nuance and context 
       have vanished, leaving a legend of pointless butchery 
       which ignores the very real strategic and tactical 
       considerations that converged to produce the encounter. 
       The battle pitted several battalions of the 101st Airborne
       Division, one of America's most famous fighting units, 
       against the 29th Regiment of the NVA. The latter's 
       toughness, skill, courage, and zeal earned it the 
       unofficial sobriquet of "The Pride of Ho Chi Minh. " Both 
       units fought extremely hard and with great determination, 
       inflicting high casualties on one another. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Americans|xFinance, Personal. 
650  0 Families|xFinance, Personal. 
650  0 Wealth|xManagement. 
650  0 Retirement|xPlanning. 
700 1  Berger, Rob. 
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