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IMMIGRANT WARRIOR: A Challenging Life in War and Peace

IMMIGRANT WARRIOR: A Challenging Life in War and Peace
by Lunde, Henrick

1-236530

Henrik Lunde grew up in Norway and came to the United States with his parents as a teenager. After completing high school, he attended the University of California at Berkeley, graduating in 1958 as the Honor Graduate in the History Department. He also received an appointment in the Regular Army. After additional schooling and 18 months as part of the Berlin garrison, he joined a covert Special Forces unit in Berlin. He later commanded a rifle company in Vietnam as part of the 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, in 1965.

In 1967, he served as Brigade S-3 and battalion executive officer in the 9th Division. He then moved to the Vietnamese II Corps as deputy operations adviser. He later returned to Vietnam in 1973 to serve as Chief of Negotiations of the US Delegation to the FPJMT set up by the 1973 Paris Peace Treaty to account for the dead and missing. His last assignment was as Director of National and International Security Studies for Europe at the Army War College.

1 vol, 400 pgs 2023 US, CASEMATE
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