The Battle of Binh Ba : One take on a muddied history

$20.00

  • Description

Product Description

On 6 June 1969, troops of 1 Australian Task Force fought their last major urban action in Vietnam at Binh Ba. Up against a force of regular soldiers from the 33rd NVA Regiment and outnumbered almost three to one, the outcome was a decisive and telling victory for the Australians.

The battle has been recorded in history as armour’s greatest day, and yet controversy and uncertainty cloud many written accounts. This retelling, by one crewman of a Centurion tank at Binh Ba, sets out to shed new light on the story. The battle has been recorded as armour’s greatest day, and yet controversy and uncertainty cloud many written accounts.  This retelling sheds new light on the story.

 

Written by David G Hay

eBook available at:   https://www.amazon.com/author/david-hay