2 edition of Review of U.S. Vietnam issues found in the catalog.
Review of U.S. Vietnam issues
Gaston Joseph Sigur
by U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Gaston J. Sigur.|
|Series||Current policy -- no. 1098.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of State. Office of Public Communication. Editorial Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
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Retro cold warrior Lind (author of the novel Powertown,as well as works of nonfiction), resembling an intellectual Rambo, verbally machine-guns Vietnamese, Russian, and Chinese communists, along with Americans.
Over 10 densely packed chapters, the book reaches back to the French colonial conquest of Vietnam and the early development of Vietnamese nationalism before delving into the peak years of U.S. Generally considered the top memoir by a female Vietnam veteran, this brutally frank book is written with many detailed descriptions of the wounded and dying men Van Devanter saw as a nurse at the 71st Evacuation Hospital in Pleiku during her tour.
It is filled with the emotional turmoil she faced in-country and after coming home. Krepinevich, a major with the Strategic Plans and Policy Division of the Army, raises serious questions about the military's ability to learn from its mistakes in Vietnam.
The emphasis here is on the Army's stubborn insistence on pursuing a strategy of attrition, through large-unit. Books shelved as vietnam-war-nonfiction: Guns Up. by Johnnie M. Clark, Chickenhawk by Robert Mason, Legend: The Incredible Story of Green Beret Sergeant. While there is some great background about Vietnam's deeper history and a good overview of the French involvement in Indochina, this book's strength lies in the incredible information provided about the political and military decisions and actions of the U.S., the South Vietnam regimes, the Viet Cong, and the North Vietnam government/5.
Because the Vietnam War was more recent and more controversial than the others in Lawson's American Wars series, the generalizations in his always readable background sketches can appear more than usually facile.
And, too, his ""objective"" stance here sometimes seems inappropriate. Though he takes note of the ""Zippo brigades'"" burning of villages, of agent orange and napalm, of the lies of.
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"A story the moral of which Americans will ignore―are ignoring―at their peril." (William L. Hauser New York Times Review of Books) "[Krepinevich] has focused on the U.S. Army, assessing its ability to meet the challenges posed by our military involvement in Vietnam from to Cited by: Vietnam: The history and the tactics is an excellent book about the conflicts in Vietnam from before World War II to the end of the U.S.
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