The Healing Game

A Vietnam Soldier’s Story

by Charles Louis Singleton



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/29/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781665566131
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781665566155
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 30
ISBN : 9781665566148

About the Book

Dr. Charles L. Singleton, author, Read Between the Lines, Provocative Essays for Saving Our Children (1997, 2019), Atlanta Vietnam Veterans Business Association, co-author, I’m Ready to Talk books volumes 1 and 2 (2020, 2022). Almost 3,500,000 American men and women served in Southeast Asia between 1964 and 1975. The Department of Defense concluded that between 2,709,918 to 3,173,845 GI’s served in-country and in-waters of Vietnam. As of this date The American War Library estimates that approximately 610,000 Americans who served on land in Vietnam or in the air over Vietnam between 1954 and 1975 are alive today. And approximately 164,000 Americans who served at sea in Vietnam waters are alive today. Each of them has a story to tell and each story is unique. —Department of Defense: The American War Library and The Atlanta History Center. Dr. Charles L. Singleton is one of the 610,000 Vietnam War veterans living today. Some gave all in the Vietnam War: 58,220 US soldiers were killed.

About the Author

Dr. Charles L. Singleton, Author of Read Between the Lines, Windows of Recourse: Provocative Essays for Saving Our Children And Their Precious Lives (1997, 2019), is a Contributing Coauthor of Robert O. “Bob” Babcock’s Vietnam Books, I’m Ready To Talk and I’m Ready To Talk Two (2020- 2022). Singleton has written (120) Family Journals: (95) nationally and locally published articles, (5) scholastic and adult tennis players annotated record booklets, 2 collegiate and clinical research annotated booklets, (105) years of The Family Journal, USA & Overseas Military Historical Service, (100) Plus Legacies In Memoriams and Inmemori Tributes, and Highlighted 30 + © YouTube Produced Celebration of Life Gospel Songs. Charles Singleton’s historical reflections and scholarly leadership (1968) at Elizabeth City State College (ECSC), Elizabeth City, North Carolina: “Student Nonviolent Response,” and Student Council President, Charles Singleton (1967-1968), Summerville, South Carolina, page 216, "A peaceful nonviolent ECSC march and celebration of life, and we stayed in school after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., April 4, 1968." --- ECSU Professor of History, Dr. Glen Bowman's Historical Review, “From Confrontation: Student Activism at Elizabeth City State Teachers/State College, 1948-1968,” the North Carolina Historical Review, Volume XCVIII (98), Number 2, April 2021. Singleton’s journalism is highlighted in the book African Americans on Tour, History, People and Places of Summerville, South Carolina by Linda Saylor-Marchant and Violet Saylor, 2022.