a very great help for my current work.
The job of fictional writers is to study the subject they will write about - so to create worlds true to real life -, and I found your website awesome.
I am actually reading it from the beginning to the end, and it is outstanding.
Thank you very much!
Best regards, Marcello
Reply: Thanks for READING on my website. Many people like to look at the pictures and skip the text while the text provides more details of the story.I would like to take this opportunity to apologize for many documentary photos that bore no photographers' names or captions. In the internet's world of amateurs' research and after more than 36 years since the end of Vietnam war, a lot of Vietnam documentary pictures have been circulated for post and repost to the point it's hard to trace back to the original sources. Sometimes I have a vague idea about the location and circumstance of the photo, but I don't want put a caption based on a wrong guess; therefore, any information regarding Vietnam war pictures would be greatly appreciated.
Director Oliver Stone's "Platoon" Vietnam war movie (1986 Best Picture) has been praised for its realistic detail although the movie script was fictional, because the director, himself a Vietnam vet who knows how to hire other real Vietnam Vets for the Platoon's technical advisory. As for Marcello Avanzo, your fictional writing would be successful when you study the subject in real life through foreign history. My website is not just about MODEL AIRCRAFT and VNAF, there are much more about a lost nation with its culture, artifacts, art, people, heroes, and traitors. Thanks for reading it from the beginning to the end.