Vietnam War History
Nam: A Photographic History
Features more than 700 full-color and black-and-white photographs from a variety of sources, many of which are seen here for the first time.
National Leadership Council
Generals Thieu, Ky, and Co declared the establishment of a National Leadership Council to govern the Republic of Vietnam.
Henry Navarre was appointed commander of French forces in Indochina in May 1953.
New Zealand sent nearly a thousand soldiers and artillery support troops to South Vietnam because they wanted to prove their commitment to American collective security arrangements in the Pacific and because they genuinely did not want to see a Communist takeover of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
Ngo Dinh Diem
His oppressiveness and refusal to instigate reforms tried the patience of the United States.
Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu
Madame Nhu saw herself as the reincarnation of the Trung sisters, ancient leaders in the struggle for independence from China.
The Nightingale's Song
by Robert Timberg
The life stories of five graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy -- John McCain, John Poindexter, Bud McFarlane, Jim Webb, and Oliver North.
Richard Milhous Nixon's First Inaugural Address, January 20, 1969
President Nixon's "Silent Majority" Speech
Richard Nixon Quotations
No Shining Armor: The Marines at War in Vietnam: An Oral History
by Otto J. Lehrack
This oral history covers the experiences of numerous members of one Marine battalion, in which the author served and which he considers representative of the infantry experience in Vietnam.
None So Blind: A Personal Account of the Intelligence Failure in Vietnam
by George W. Allen
"Few Americans knew more about the inner workings of American Vietnam War policy over as long a period of time as Allen did. A WWII navy veteran, Allen went to work as a midlevel civilian defense department intelligence analyst after the war. In 1964, he switched to the CIA, where he served in a similar capacity until his 1979 retirement. Allen spent virtually all of that time in Vietnam and Washington compiling firsthand intelligence about the French and American wars; he tells (what seems like) all in this wide-ranging, illuminating memoir." --Publishers Weekly
101st Airborne Division (AIRMOBILE)
The elite U.S. military unit.
The Only War We've Got: Early Days in South Vietnam
by Daniel Ford
A war correspondent's journal, from the Mekong Delta to the Central Highlands, including the patrol that inspired the novel "Incident at Muc Wa" and the Burt Lancaster film "Go Tell the Spartans."
Excerpts from the Paris Accords
January 27, 1973
Peace Proposal of the Provisional Revolutionary Government
of the Republic of South Viet Nam
July 1, 1971
P.O.W: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-Of-War Experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973
by John G. Hubbell
With the first page the book explodes...a story of fortitude and patriotism to inspire generations of Americans to come.
The Phoenix Trip: Notes on a Quaker Mission to Haiphong
by Elizabeth Jelinek Boardman
A Piece of My Heart: The Stories of 26 American Women Who Served in Vietnam
by Keith Walker
"Records the memories of a war in the words of those women courageous enough to walk into hell." --San Francisco Chronicle
Saigon was the capital city of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
San Antonio Formula
President Lyndon B. Johnson delivered a speech in which he offered to cease the bombing of North Vietnam.
An acronym for South East Asian Lake Ocean River Delta Strategy.
II Corps was the second allied combat tactical zone in South Vietnam.
Shanghai Communique of 1972
Issued by President Richard Nixon during his diplomatic mission to the People's Republic of China.
Officially the Republic of Vietnam (RVN), an anti-communist led country that existed from 1954 to 1975.
First organized in 1952 to establish guerrilla warfare capabilities behind enemy lines.
Dr. Benjamin Spock
Antiwar activist and writer.
Spring Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam
Up to its time, the Spring Mobilization was the largest antiwar demonstration in U.S. history.
Station Hospital Saigon: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam, 1963-1964
by Bobbi Hovis, Shea Buckley (Illustrator)
"A competently written, understated, detailed account by a nurse assigned to the first military hospital in Vietnam. Interesting not only because her tour was early, but because Hovis was a Navy nurse."--Marilyn Knapp Litt
Stolen Valor: How the Vietnam Generation
Was Robbed of Its Heroes and Its History
by B.G. Burkett, Glenna Whitley
"A tough, courageous book, overwhelmingly documenting the fraud that has been so destructive to the true legacy of those who fought in Vietnam. Its central thesis should make American mainstream media cringe in shame from their decades of negligence and collusion in this defamation of those who served with honor." --James Webb, author of "Fields of Fire," and former Secretary of the Navy.
Vietnam Vet filmmaker.
A Story of Vietnam
by Truong Buu Lam
From the author: "As a specialist of Southeast Asia, I am often asked to introduce a history of Vietnam that would treat evenly all of its diverse periods and also would give equal importance to the cultural and artistic aspects as to the political or military events.As often, I am embarrassed to answer that there is no such work written in English. In effect,a comprehensive history of Vietnam is still lacking. That is why I am happy to introduce here a work of mine entitled A Story of VIĘT NAM.
I call it a story and not a history, because I do not want my book to be the usual conventional textbook. While not a conventional text, my work can,nonetheless, provide a substantial reading material to students who are interested in Asian affairs. To the hyphenated Vietnamese in particular, --who have not been schooled in Vietnam-- it represents a convenient reference tool to unveil the historical allusions, cultural insinuations, mythical hints, literary suggestions, ethnic idiosyncrasies they encounter every day at home. Finally, this book can also be sought after by all those people who know so much already about Vietnam as a war but who still would like to know a little bit more about a Vietnam which is a culture, a country and a people."
Street Without Joy
by Bernard B. Fall
A military and political history of the pre-American conflict.
Vietnam War Books at Amazon
Vietnam War History, Part 1
Vietnam War History, Part 2
Vietnam War History, Part 3
Vietnam War History, Part 4
Vietnam War at Amazon
Vietnam War on DVD at Amazon
Vietnam War Kindle Books
Vietnam War Writers
The Literary Hootch, Part 1
The Literary Hootch, Part 2
The Literary Hootch, Part 3
Vietnam War Destinations, Part 1
Vietnam War Destinations, Part 2
Vietnam War Destinations, Part 3
Vietnam War Destinations, Part 4
Vietnam War Research Material, Part 1
Vietnam War Research Material, Part 2
Vietnam War Research Material, Part 3
Vietnam War Research Material, Part 4
The French in Vietnam
Vietnam War Battles, Campaigns, Offensives, Operations, Programs
Vietnam War Aircrafts
Vietnam War Documents, Speeches, Papers
Vietnam War Cities, Districts, Installations, Places, Provinces
Vietnam War Weapons and Equipment
Vietnam and U.S. Presidents
Vietnam War Humor
The Media: Vietnam War
U.S. Allies in the Vietnam War
Vietnam War Antiwar
Political and Government Figures Involved in the Vietnam War
Trips to Vietnam
The Vietnamese: Vietnam War
Women and the Vietnam War
Vietnam War Films
Vietnam War Fiction Books
Vietnam War Books by Women Writers
Vietnam War Short Story Books
Vietnam War Screenplays
Military Leaders in the Vietnam War
Vietnam War Memorials
Vietnam War Battalions, Brigades, Corps, Divisions, Organizations, Units
Vietnam War Poetry
The Wall: Vietnam War
Vietnam War Quiz
Vietnam War Quotations
Vietnam War Books, Part 1
Vietnam War Books, Part 2
World War II Films (Part 1)
World War II Films (Part 2)
Memories Are Like Clouds
A Saigon Party:
And Other Vietnam War Short Stories
Historians of the Past (Kindle Book)