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A Red Cross Worker's War Memories

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A Red Cross Worker's War Memories

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Holley Watts was one of more than 600 women who went to Vietnam as a hospitality worker for the Red Cross. Her experiences are described in her book, Who Knew? Reflections on Vietnam.

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Who Knew? Reflections on Vietnam
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J. Holley Watts

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