6 edition of New perspectives on the Vietnam war found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -116) and index.
|Statement||edited by William Schoenl.|
|LC Classifications||DS557.7 .N378 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 121 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||2002028494|
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"A terrific volume. Anderson and Ernst have assembled a stellar cast of contributors to provide fresh perspectives. The result is a stimulating and authoritative set of essays."―Fredrik Logevall, coauthor of The First Vietnam War: Colonial Conflict and Cold "This collection does an excellent job posing and answering the question of why Vietnam still matters and why it will remain the 2/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm: Contents: No more Vietnams:hHistorians debate the policy lessons of the Vietnam War / David L. Anderson --The United States and Vietnam: the enemies / Walter LaFeber --With friends like these: waging war and seeking "more flags" / Gary R.
Hess --The. The Vietnam War has scarred, transformed and inspired countless writers and art practitioners. While the list of books about this conflict includes hundreds of enlightening works, we pick ten of the best texts offering illuminating perspectives on the war, its context and the effects it Author: Andrew Kingsford-Smith.
This is a collection of essays on the Vietnam War by a diverse collection of experts and historians. They're arranged chronologically so that the entire course of the war is covered.
Views range across the whole spectrum of the war--political, military, economic, social--and 4/5. Perspectives on Vietnam During this time, people who had pro-war stances were called “hawks, “while those who were anti-war were called “doves.” Some people think that the majority of people who were against the war were “hippies,” young people.
This book happens to be one of the best novels about Vietnam and will give you some great insight into what it was like to be in this war. Book Synopsis: Fields of Fire is a brilliant book about the Vietnam War. The book includes some great observations and agonizing human truths about the nonstop combat of the war.
The book looks at unformed. The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War David L. Anderson. John Ernst as well as the media's controversial coverage of America's involvement in the war.
The War That Never Ends sheds new light on the evolving historical meanings of the Vietnam War, its enduring influence, and its potential to influence future political. There was a time when all I knew of Vietnam war books was Tim O’Brien’s, The Things They Carried, a book that prompted the laconic entry in my book journal, “This book destroyed me.” One of the things I loved so much—and that broke my heart so cleanly—about The Things They Carried was that it reminded me of another beloved war book, Author: Tracy Shapley.
NEW – Hue the turning point of the American war in Vietnam: Bowden, Mark — Hue is the story of the centerpiece of the Tet Offensive and a turning point in the American War in the early hours of Januthe North Vietnamese launched over one hundred attacks across South Vietnam in what would become known as.
The eminent scholars featured in The War That Never Ends offer fresh and insightful perspectives on the continuing relevance of the Vietnam War, from the homefront to "humping in the boonies," and from the great halls of political authority to the gritty hotbeds of oppositional activism. The contributors assert that the Vietnam War is central Brand: University Press of Kentucky.
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The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War. Edited by David L. Andersonz and John Ernst. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, ISBN Photographs. Notes. Index. viii, $Author: Peter Maslowski. The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War edited by David L.
Anderson and Johns sity Press of Kentucky,pp. The Johnson administration’s decision to commit US ground combat troops to the defense of South Vietnam was a monumental strategic blunder on par with the Truman administration’s.
Get this from a library. The war that never ends: new perspectives on the Vietnam War. [David L Anderson; John Ernst;] -- More than three decades after the withdrawal of American troops from Southeast Asia, the Vietnam War still resonates in political and cultural discourse and still motivates vibrant historical.
On Sunday, Sept. 17, PBS will begin airing “The Vietnam War,” a part, hour documentary by Ken Burns and his creative partner Lynn Novick. For Author: Susan Ellingwood. Dr. Chia Youyee Vang, author of “Fly Until You Die”, an oral history of the Hmong pilots in the Vietnam War, discussed the multiple perspectives she has heard through her research and led a.
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With so many choices out there. Book Description. The Vietnam War examines this conflict from its origins up until North Vietnam’s victory in Historian Mitchell K. Hall’s lucid account is an ideal introduction to the key debates surrounding a war that remains controversial and disputed in.
Book Description: Rooted in recent scholarship, The Columbia History of the Vietnam War offers profound new perspectives on the political, historical, military, and social issues that defined the war and its effect on the United States and Vietnam.
Laying the chronological and critical foundations for the volume, David L. Anderson opens with an essay on the Vietnam War's. Buy The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War Reprint by David L. Anderson, John Ernst (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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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.
The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives On The Vietnam War: David Anderson: Books - 5/5(1). Mark Philip Bradley, Vietnam at War. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. xiii, ; illustrations, plates, map, notes, suggestions for further reading, index.
Reviewed by Peter Zinoman; review is presented in cooperation with H-Diplo. Vietnam-Centrism, the “Orthodox” School and Mark Bradley’s Vietnam at War New history textbooks deserve. To shed new light on such a complicated and unsettled time in our history, to struggle to comprehend the special dissonance that is the Vietnam War, we needed to look beyond the familiar stories.
Stein T├╕nnesson, Vietnam How the War a foreword by Philippe Devillers. Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: University of California Press, Pp. xxiv, ; ills., glossary, bib., index. “The war” in the title of this scholarly book is the one between Vietnamese and French armies lasting from December until its decisive battles at.
Vietnam: international perspectives on a long war. An international conference at the Australian War Memorial Thursday 15 – Friday 16 August The Vietnam War continues to cast a long shadow.
At the height of the Cold War it dominated global attention for over a decade. He is currently working on a new book on Australia’s Vietnam War. The book situates first-person poems from my perspective as the daughter of a Mexican immigrant and Vietnam veteran among poems about other historical and mythic women responding to Vietnam and other forms of domestic and international warfare—as warriors, widows, antiwar activists and witnesses of violence.
--David Greenberg, The New York Times Book Review "Once again Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns deliver the grand historical goods in this feast of a book. For those too young to remember the Vietnam War, this is the essential primer. For those old enough to have Vietnam flashbacks or battle scars, read it and weep.
Highly recommended!!"/5(). Book Description. The Sino-Indian border war of forms a major landmark in South Asian, Asian and Cold War history.
Among others, it resulted in an unresolved conflict permanently hindering rapprochement between China and India, the establishment of the Sino-Pakistani axis, the deepening of the Sino-Soviet split and had a lasting impact on Indian domestic affairs. A Vietnam War Reader: American and Vietnamese Perspectives This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. The War That Never Ends: New Perspectives on the Vietnam War by David L. Anderson and John Ernst and Joseph A. Fry Overview - More than three decades after the final withdrawal of American troops from Southeast Asia, the legacy of the Vietnam War continues to influence political, military, and cultural discourse.
Tonight four alumni veterans of the Vietnam War—all contributors to a new book on Vietnam—will share their perspectives on the war with about students, including students in two history courses and members of Dartmouth ROTC.
This is not only a timely and highly interesting volume, but also one that breaks new ground in bringing cross-disciplinary perspectives to bear in the reassessment of the Vietnam War.”—Kate Darian-Smith, University of Melbourne; “Nathalie Huynh Chau Nguyen brings together a range of scholarly approaches in offering fresh perspectives on.
The Vietnam War is an outstanding collection of primary documents related to America’s conflict in Vietnam which includes a balance of original American and Vietnamese perspectives, providing a uniquely varied range of insights into both American and Vietnamese experiences.
The book includes two very good historiographical essays: one by David Anderson addressing the standard perspectives on the war that is sure to be of great help to students; the other by Robert Brigham exploring the treatment by Western and Vietnamese scholars of the relationship between Confucianism and Marxism in Vietnam.
The Vietnam War From the Perspective of Black Soldiers — New Novel Tells a Familiar Story in a Different Way Bookcover and author, J.
Everett Prewitt Nationwide — J. Everett Prewitt, an award winning author, presents his newest novel, A Long Way Back, an intriguing glimpse into the Vietnam War from the perspective of black soldiers. The Vietnam War isn’t ancient history. In many Americans’ minds, it’s not history at all — just a part of their lives.
“When you live through something, you see it through one. The eminent scholars featured in The War That Never Ends offer fresh and insightful perspectives on the continuing relevance of the Vietnam War, from the homefront to "humping in the boonies," and from the great halls of political authority to the gritty hotbeds of oppositional activism.
Page v - The United States and all other countries respect the independence, sovereignty, unity, and territorial integrity of Vietnam as recognized by the Geneva Agreements on Vietnam. Appears in books from NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE VIETNAM WAR; How do hardships affect personal development?
The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton () Ilove Nick () December (48) November (5) October (52) September (3) August (16) July (32) June () May (20).The Vietnam War was New Zealand’s longest and most controversial military engagement of the twentieth century. No Front Line explores this war like never before, from the perspective of New Zealanders who were there, in their own words: on operations, on a mission for good, on orders, or simply out for adventure.
It relays military, civilian, and domestic histories in a narrative that .