The War Remnants Museum will host the launch of the Vietnamese edition of the book "Waging Peace in Vietnam: US Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed the War," which was co-edited by Ron Carver, David Cortright, and Barbara Doherty, on March 1 at 10 a.m. Nguyen Thi Minh Nguyet, a professor at the University of Alaska Southeast in the United States, translated the book into Vietnamese, and poet Nguyen Phan Que Mai translated ten poems included in the book.

Dr. Tran Xuan Thao, the museum's director, served as the event's host, and Mdm. Ton Nu Thi Ninh, the president of the HCMC Peace and Development Foundation, served as the event's moderator. Among the speakers at the event are Ron Carver, co-editor of the book, Vietnam veterans Ronald L. Haeberle, photographer of the iconic My Lai Massacre photographs, John Kent, the pilot who refused to fly bombing missions in Vietnam, Chuck Searcy, co-founder of Project RENEW, which was founded in 2001 to locate and neutralize unexploded bombs and landmines and Tom Wilber, co-author of the book "Dissenting POWs: From Vietnam's Hoa Lo Prison to America Today."

Books will be available for purchase at the War Remnants Museum's souvenir shop and other museums in Ho Chi Minh City. Also, they are available at the bookstores of the Young Publishing House in Nguyen Van Binh Book Street, and at 161B Ly Chinh Thang, Vo Thi Sau Ward, District 3. Cover price of each copy is 260,000 VND.

You might not know that on March 1, 2023, when the book is launched, readers can get copies for just 130,000 VND each, or 50% off the cover price.