Over ten years, thirty three doctors, five of them women, and five physician’s wives recount with deep sensitivity their life adventures during and after the Vietnam War which ended on April 30, 1975. Among published non-medical texts, this is arguably the one written by the largest assembly of doctors. Fourteen among them are authors or editors of magazines and books of art, ecology, history, poe...
Paperback: 608 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 14, 2013)
Product Dimensions: 7 x 1.4 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 5220934
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This is a book written by Vietnamese physicians who have left Vietnam after South Vietnam was taken over by the Communist North, ending the so called Vietnam War. I am familiar with this compendium of autobiographical writings from dozens of physicia...
r biographies. "Across Shining Seas: The Mayflowers of 1975 –Bilingual Edition" tells their personal stories of service, struggle, survival and hope. Written by people who actually lived the events, this historic documentary shares some captivating "war and peace" actions, and is complemented with an overview of Vietnam as a nation and recollections of an American Professor who assisted medical education in Saigon. Using a bilingual approach in an effort to promote their native language, the Editors strived to maintain the book’s uniqueness and preserve its veracity by avoiding strong political overtones. The Editors hope that the book will inform and will continue to entertain and inspire our current and future readers.