Historian Fredrik Logevall
Season 2016 Episode 8 | 28m 51s
Historian Fredrik Logevall talks about his book 'Embers of War' with host Marcia Franklin. The book won the Pulitzer Prize in History in 2013. It chronicles the antecedents to America's involvement in the Vietnam War. Logevall discusses his research methods, what he learned, and why he wanted to write the book. He was the speaker at the 2016 Idaho Humanities Council dinner in Idaho Falls.
Aired: 04/28/16 |
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