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Includes bibliographical references (p. -361), filmography (p. 361) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS557.7 .A95 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 371 p.|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||2012035507|
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Mark Moyar, a Princeton PhD historian, has thoroughly discredited Sheehan's well-intended but inaccurate reporting and John Paul Vann's exaggerated exploits in the early part of that war in his book, "Triumph Forsaken: The Vietnam War, ". Moyar has indicated his intention to write the real history of the remainder of that war.4/5(7).
“Vietnam: The Real War: A Photographic History by the Associated Press” is a beautiful oversized, hard covered book with stunning mainly black-and-white and many full-page photographs. The book is organized chronologically starting in the s with the first American boots on the ground and finishing with the dramatic fall of Saigon in /5().
Vietnam era media and history itself. Schell writes in a straight-forward manner and relays his observations for us. The book is broken out into three parts: The Real War. The Village of Ben Suc The Military Half. The Real War is a short narrative by Mr.
Schell outlining his thoughts and opinion on Vietnam and how the U.S. became by: 3. It moved on to become one of the Vietnam war novels for a finalist for the National Book Award in the nonfiction category.
America’s Longest War: The United States And Vietnam, by George Herring, This publication is broadly regarded as the best concise history of the Vietnam War. History > Historical periods > Postwar 20th century history: to zoom The Real History of the Vietnam War: A New Look at the Past - Real History Series (Hardback).
This book review of “Kill Anything That Moves” puts in context the history of (under)reporting of American atrocities during the Vietnam War. (Source: BookForum, February/March ) Vietnam War Check out ’s resources on the Vietnam War; includes videos, speeches, and photo galleries.
(Source: ; accessed February In The Nightmare of the Mekong: A True History of Love, Family, and the War in Vietnam ( pp., $, paper) Terry Sater shares his time in the service in great detail with the reader.
Vietnam War Books: Fiction The Sympathizer by Viet Thang Nguyen. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, this debut novel could fit into half a dozen genres of Vietnam war books from war narrative to immigrant story, from mystery to The real history of the Vietnam War book, from.
The final book on your list of books about the Vietnam War is Days. This was a book I read before I went to Vietnam and it was written by an army doctor who wasn’t even there. I think he was in Japan.
But what he did was he interviewed the people he was treating and it was one of the great examples of breaking through the statistics. In the short history of Vietnam War literature, publishers would hardly touch a book on the war until the late s and early s—a part of the self-induced national amnesia about that conflict and its outcome.
After sufficient time had elapsed to ease some of the war’s psychic wounds, we saw a mini explosion of important books.
Find below a collection of the best books on the Vietnam war. Whilst some of these books are a bit older, they are still brilliant to read and give you great insight into the war. Some of these are fiction books about Vietnam war (based on factual information), whilst others include some of the best books on Vietnam history of the war.
This book, easily one of the best pieces of war fiction, is definitely one of the best books written by Vietnam War veterans.
Both the non-fiction and fictional tales on this list have a sense of chilling realism gleaned from firsthand experience and in-depth research. The Real History of the Vietnam War A New Look at the Past (Book): Axelrod, Alan: "Examines the history of Vietnam leading up to the war, investigates the reasons for the conflict, looks at the war's escalation and progression (or lack thereof), and explores its repercussions then and now".
This is relatively short book in terms of text but incredibly well though out and a deep analysis of the war. It starts with some excellent historical background that explains how Indo China fought in the 2nd world war against the japanese with the allies.
How Hou Chin Mao was considered by the allies one of the best leaders in the region/5(2). In a moving introduction, writer Pete Hamill, who reported from Vietnam incelebrates their achievement.
Explore the timeline below to preview photographs from the book and discover the key events that helped shape this critical time period. Photo captions from: "Vietnam: The Real War," published by Abrams. Text by Mike Silverman.
About the authors. The Associated Press won an unprecedented six Pulitzer Prizes for its coverage of the Vietnam War. To create this book, the agency selected photographs from the thousands filed during the conflict.
Pete Hamill is an American journalist, novelist, essayist, editor, and educator. The recipient of numerous awards, Hamill is currently a Distinguished Writer in Residence at. To give one example supplied by Turse, inGeneral William Westmoreland, who was made commander of U.S.
forces in Vietnam inimplicitly declared war on the peasantry of South Vietnam. To cover the Vietnam War, the Associated Press gathered an extraordinary group of superb photojournalists in its Saigon bureau, creating one of the great photographic legacies of the 20th century.
Collected here are images that tell the story of the war that left. The events of the book are set in Hong Kong during the Vietnam War.
The author was a government engineer and became involved in the corruption common at that time. The book describes the expatriate life and relations with the local Chinese population. It finishes with the author having to leave. Military historian William Head’s latest book on the Vietnam War was an enormous undertaking.
Head, the chief historian at the 78th Air Base Wing History Office at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia, took on the complex task of researching and analyzing what he calls nine of the war’s “most significant and game-changing combat events.”Author: Zita Fletcher.
Get this from a library. The real history of the Vietnam War: a new look at the past. [Alan Axelrod] -- "Examines the history of Vietnam leading up to the war, investigates the reasons for the conflict, looks at the war's escalation and progression (or lack thereof), and explores its repercussions then.
UPDATE: After we posted this article, Times readers weighed in with their favorite books on the Vietnam War. These 10 books, in addition to the ones below, were recommended multiple times.
“The Vietnam War: An Intimate History” is an impressive-looking book, with a vast array of photos that accompanies a look back at the long and complicated war. Unfortunately, the. Neil Sheehan is the author of A Fiery Peace in a Cold War and A Bright Shining Lie, which won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in He spent three years in Vietnam as a war correspondent for United Press International and The New York Times and won numerous awards for his reporting.
Inhe obtained The Pentagon Papers, which brought the Times the Pulitzer. The Vietnam War was one of the most heavily documented conflicts of the twentieth century. Although the events themselves recede further into history every year, the political and cultural changes the war brought about continue to resonate, even as a new generation of Americans grapples with its own divisive conflict.
America and the Vietnam War: Re-examining the Culture and History of a. The best books on Vietnam: The Sorrow of War by Bao Ninh, Paradise of the Blind by Duong Thu Huong and Vietnam: Rising Dragon by Bill Hayton Global development is.
Released in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the escalation of the Vietnam War, this fifth volume in the Real History series draws parallels between contemporary international conflicts and what occurred in Vietnam half a century ago.
PBS produced an Emmy-winning television series, Vietnam: A Television History, to accompany the book’s release. Andrew F. Krepinevich, Jr., The Army and Vietnam (). The Vietnam War is one of the bloodiest, most controversial wars in U.S history.
To stop the rapid spread of the Soviet Union’s political influence and communism, the U.S primarily waged this as a proxy war. It led to the deaths of to million Vietnamese Americans, and it destroyed Vietnam. I embarrassingly admit that I didn’t know much about Vietnam or the war before reading this book, besides the famous images of children from the war A history of the politics in the area following WWII is presented, followed by Vietnam’s desire to be independent from colonialism, and the U.S.’s desire to prevent the spread of communism/5(63).
About The Vietnam War. From the award-winning historian and filmmakers of The Civil War, Baseball, The War, The Roosevelts, and others: a vivid, uniquely powerful history of the conflict that tore America apart–the companion volume to the major, multipart PBS film to be aired in September More than forty years after it ended, the Vietnam War continues to haunt our country.
Ten true stories of real-life heroes of the Vietnam War. Twenty-eight soldiers are fending off two hundred North Vietnamese soldiers. All but five are badly wounded or dead in the first few minutes of the devastating ambush. US platoon leader Lieutenant Hal Fritz shouts to his comrades, "We will never give up!" Dozens of severely wounded soldiers are trapped in a fog-shrouded outpost and under.
Dalley Book Service (US) Bookseller Inventory # IL Title The History of the Vietnam War Author Douglas Welch Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition Very Good Quantity available 1 Edition Reprint Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Exeter Books Place of Publication New York Book Edition: Reprint.
A sobering but equally brilliant history of the 'American War' or the 'Vietnam War' as history has coined it. Neale's history of the devastating war spans from its origins to its aftermaths and is told from both sides of the conflict.
A real eye opener and now my 'go-to' book on the topic of the war that changed the US and indeed the world.4/5(25). Spike Lee's new Netflix film Da 5 Bloods may be a fictional tale, but it draws on real-life experiences of black soldiers in the Vietnam War and references key events of the time.
The story follows four black Vietnam War vets - Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), Melvin (Isiah Whitlock Jr.) and Eddie (Norm Lewis) - as they return to Vietnam in modern times to retrieve a lost stash of.
The filmmaker, who was originally set to direct to the Vietnam War film “Apocalypse Now” in the early s before moving on to “Star Wars,” said in an audio commentary on the re. When you think about the Vietnam War, there's a good chance you picture the Hollywood version, complete with long-captive POWs, gobs of bush fighting, and Christopher Walken playing ultra-violent games of Russian just as Russian roulette was known to have been played during the war precisely zero times, many of the things you think you know about Vietnam turn out to be complete.
‘The Vietnam War’ is the companion volume to the part, hour Ken Burns PBS documentary series of that name but like other books co-authored by him and Geoffrey C. Ward, including ‘Jazz’, ‘The War’ and, most recently, ‘The Roosevelts’, it stands in its own right as a richly illustrated work which utilises evocative primary /5().
A People's History of the United States is a non-fiction book by American historian and political scientist Howard the book, Zinn presented what he considered to be a different side of history from the more traditional "fundamental nationalist glorification of country".
Zinn portrays a side of American history that can largely be seen as the exploitation and manipulation of the. Pages in category "Vietnam War books" The following 43 pages are in this category, out of 43 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States.It was the war that lasted ten thousand days.
The war that inspired scores of songs. The war that sparked dozens of riots. And in this stirring chronicle, Pulitzer Prize- winning journalist Philip Caputo writes about our country's most controversial war -- the Vietnam War -- for young readers.
From the first stirrings of unrest in Vietnam under French colonial rule, to American intervention 5/5(1).