Donut Dolly: An American Red Cross Girl’s War in Vietnam

TitleDonut Dolly: An American Red Cross Girl’s War in Vietnam
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsKotcher, Joann Puffer
PublisherUniversity of North Texas Press
CityDenton
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Donut Dolly is Kotcher's personal view of the war, recorded in a journal kept during her tour, day by day as she experienced it. It is a faithful representation of the twists and turns of the turbulent, controversial time. While in Vietnam, Kotcher was once abducted; dodged an ambush in the Delta; talked with a true war hero in a hospital who had charged a machine gun; and had a conversation with a prostitute. She found answers to the questions: What is it really like in a war? What will a soldier say to a girl while sitting in a bunker with shells flying overhead? What did the men think about the war? Why would a man risk his life to save another? (University of North Texas Press)

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