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Resource ID: #24666
Subject: Vietnam
Source: Public Affairs Books
Date: 2009-02-16



Thomas A. Bass tells the story of famous reporter turned spy, Pham Xuan An. While working as a journalist for Time and acting as bureau chief in Saigon, An was also North Vietnam's top spy for 20 years. While he kept his cover, An received 16 military medals, most being awarded "for direct involvement in military campaigns." In his book, Bass focuses on the "elusive relationship between" journalists and "spies at war."

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