17 edition of America"s war in Vietnam found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -183) and index.
|Statement||Larry H. Addington.|
|LC Classifications||DS558 .A33 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|ISBN 10||0253336910, 0253213606|
|LC Control Number||99041326|
Five Best Vietnam War Books? Here’s an admittedly subjective list, posted on the Military History Now website, put together by Mark Massé, a Ball State University literary journalism ’s based on his book, Vietnam Warrior Voices, which we will be reviewing soon on The VVA Veteran‘s Books in Review II page. Three are novels, two of which were written by Vietnam War veterans. The book is not like what American writers have written about the Vietnam War, and it’s not like what Vietnamese Americans have written about this war and this history.
The fall of Saigon in signaled the end of America’s longest war. Yet in many ways the conflict was far from over. Although the actual fighting ended, the struggle to find political justification and historical vindication for the Vietnam War still lingered in American consciousness. American War Stories: Vietnam is structured as three one-hour programs: Escalation, focusing on the growing U.S. involvement in Southeast Asia from the mid- . Two new overviews of the war, Max Hastings’s Vietnam: An Epic Tragedy and Geoffrey C Ward’s The Vietnam War, join the constantly growing list of titles on the conflict. Both are huge, door-stopping books covering the full arc of American involvement, from its very initial stages during the Second World War to the ignominious evacuation of.
America’s involvement in Vietnam, that was to lead to a full-scale military attack on North Vietnam, was all part of the Cold War scenario that had enveloped world politics. In the ’s, John Foster Dulles, US Secretary of State, had formulated the Domino Theory. This stated that if one country fell to communism, then its neighbour would and then the neighbour to this country. SOG: The Secret Wars of America’s Commandos in Vietnam, John L. Plaster, Penguin Group, New York, , $ paperback. SOG was the acronym for Studies and Observations Group, a cover title for the Vietnam War’s covert special warfare group–essentially the OSS of Southeast : Historynet Staff. Articles Related to Best Vietnam War books. Chapter 83 Member Participates in Book Tour. Septem Rick Lovekin, a member of VVA Chapter 83 in New Castle County, Delaware, took part in “The Vietnam Experience,” a salute to veterans held at Wilmington University in New Castle, earlier this year. The presentation.
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A Great Place to Have a War: America in Laos and the Birth of a Military CIA. By Joshua Kurlantzick. Simon & Schuster, pages; $ THE bombing of Laos in the s and early s always used. Comics captured America’s growing ambivalence about the Vietnam War Septem am EDT • Updated Septem am EDT Cathy Schlund-Vials, Author: Cathy Schlund-Vials.