4 edition of Assessing the Vietnam War found in the catalog.
Assessing the Vietnam War
by Pergamon-Brassey"s International Defense Publishers in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Lloyd J. Matthews and Dale E. Brown ; introduction by Bruce Palmer, Jr.|
|Contributions||Matthews, Lloyd J., Brown, Dale E., U.S. Army War College Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||DS557.7 .A87 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 254 p. :|
|Number of Pages||254|
|ISBN 10||0080351824, 0080351816|
|LC Control Number||87014243|
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In Assessing War, military historians, social scientists, and military officers explore how observers have analyzed the trajectory of war in American conflicts from the Seven Years' War through the war in Afghanistan.
Drawing on decades of acquired expertise, the contributors examine wartime assessment in both theory and practice and, through alternative dimensions of assessment such as justice and proportionality, the war.
The book is “not only a splendid account of a conflict often forgotten in the aftermath of America’s war in Vietnam, but it also speaks to the debate that continues to rage among military experts on the nature of the two wars in Indochina and the proper ways to fight them,” wrote George Herring, the author of America’s Longest War.
Vietnam War Books: Nonfiction An Intimate History of Killing by Joanna Bourke. Covering World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War, this book does an exceptional job illuminating the psychological aspects of wartime on those who do the : Tracy Shapley.
Critically acclaimed since its release inDispatches was one of the first books which offered an insider’s account of the Vietnam War to the general public. Michael Herr was a war correspondent for Esquire between and His coverage of the war in Dispatches was ground-breaking for its presented a type of journalism that traded monotonous details for Author: Andrew Kingsford-Smith.
The best books on The Vietnam War. recommended by Karl Marlantes. Assessing the Vietnam War book decorated Vietnam veteran Karl Marlantes says the war will be with him till he dies.
He chooses the best books on the Vietnam War, exploring its moral ambiguities, the warrior mentality, the humanity of "the enemy", and more. Discover the best Vietnam War History in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. In a fight to reunify their divided country under communist rule, the North Vietnamese rebelled against the anti-communist South—which included their longtime enemies, the French.
Soon thereafter, the U.S. joined the war effort, siding with South Vietnam. Dog Soldiers won the National Book Award for Fiction, the first Vietnam War novel to do so. But it wasn’t the last.
But it wasn’t the last. James Webb. Book Overview Today, thirty-five years after the fall of Saigon, scholars and historians have had opportunities to examine the Vietnam war from diverse viewpoints and the distance of time. But soon after the war, memories of loss still fresh, top military leaders of defeated South Vietnam recorded their observations in a series of publications.
‘Embers of War: The Fall of an Empire and the Making of America’s Vietnam,’ by Fredrik Logevall Fredrik Logevall’s book focuses on the French conflict in Vietnam at the end of World War II and the beginning of the American one in The Times review called the book “excellent” and “comprehensive,” Author: Susan Ellingwood.
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. The world’s most significant conflict of the last half century took place in Vietnam and Hastings has now turned his mind to assessing it.
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In the Fiction section, you will find the best books on Vietnam war, other Vietnam bestseller novels as well as novels set in Vietnam. One of my favourites from this list is ‘The Beauty of Humanity Movement’, it might be an oldie but it is a great book that tells an interesting story about key characters and their lives in old Vietnam.
It is only now, fifteen years after its end, that the full impact of the Vietnam War on the United States can begin to be measured. In this work, Anthony Campagna focuses on one aspect of the war's consequences: its short- and long-term effects on the United States economy.
Detailing both the identifiable costs and the economic benefits, Campagna examines the increasing influence the war. Assessing the Vietnam War: a collection from the journal of the U.S. Army War College. This collection of articles from Parameters, the journal of the U.S.
Army War College, is a handy summary of the military's reappraisal of its role in Vietnam. It includes a pithy summary of Harry G. Summers' On Strategy: A Critical Analysis of the Vietnam War (noted in Foreign Affairs, Winter /83). His critique is broad: the United States mistook the war for a revolution and.
The war began soon after the Geneva Conference provisionally divided () Vietnam at 17° N lat. into the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam) and the Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam).
It escalated from a Vietnamese civil war into a limited international conflict in which the United States was deeply involved, and did not end. “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.
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. Sheehan, who covered the Vietnam War for the New York Times, won the Pulitzer Prize for chronicling the unusual story of John Paul Vann.
Vann retired from the army in .