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« Trả lời #111 vào lúc: 07 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 10:06:31 PM »

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« Trả lời #112 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:27:16 PM »

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Vietnam 1945: The Quest for Power
David G. Marr



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« Trả lời #113 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:30:13 PM »

Triumph Forsaken: The Vietnam War, 1954-1965
by Mark Moyar




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« Trả lời #114 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:34:46 PM »

Working-Class War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam
by Christian G. Appy

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No one can understand the complete tragedy of the American experience in Vietnam without reading this book. Nothing so underscores the ambivalence and confusion of the American commitment as does the composition of our fighting forces. The rich and the powerful may have supported the war initially, but they contributed little of themselves. That responsibility fell to the poor and the working class of America.

Senator George McGovern





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« Trả lời #115 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:38:21 PM »

The Lotus Unleashed: The Buddhist Peace Movement in South Vietnam, 1964-1966
by Robert J. Topmiller

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During the Vietnam War, Vietnamese Buddhist peace activists made extraordinary sacrifices - including self-immolation - to try to end the fighting. They hoped to fashion a neutralist government to broker peace with the Communists and expel the Americans. In the first study in English of this vitally important mass movement, Robert J. Topmiller describes Buddhist efforts to create a non-aligned Third Force. He explores South Vietnamese attitudes toward the war, the insurgency, and U.S. intervention, and lays bare internal dissension in the U.S. military. Far from being ineffective or weak, the Buddhist peace movement caused a crisis within the United States government. The Lotus Unleashed is one of the few studies to illuminate the impact of internal Vietnamese politics on U.S. decision-making and to examine the power of a nonviolent movement to confront a violent superpower.



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« Trả lời #116 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:41:33 PM »

Perils of Dominance: Imbalance of Power and the Road to War in Vietnam
By Gareth Porter




Perils of Dominance is the first completely new interpretation of how and why the United States went to war in Vietnam. It provides an authoritative challenge to the prevailing explanation that U.S. officials adhered blindly to a Cold War doctrine that loss of Vietnam would cause a "domino effect" leading to communist domination of the area. Gareth Porter presents compelling evidence that U.S. policy decisions on Vietnam from 1954 to mid-1965 were shaped by an overwhelming imbalance of military power favoring the United States over the Soviet Union and China. He demonstrates how the slide into war in Vietnam is relevant to understanding why the United States went to war in Iraq, and why such wars are likely as long as U.S. military power is overwhelmingly dominant in the world.
Challenging conventional wisdom about the origins of the war, Porter argues that the main impetus for military intervention in Vietnam came not from presidents Kennedy and Johnson but from high-ranking national security officials in their administrations who were heavily influenced by U.S. dominance over its Cold War foes. Porter argues that presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson were all strongly opposed to sending combat forces to Vietnam, but that both Kennedy and Johnson were strongly pressured by their national security advisers to undertake military intervention. Porter reveals for the first time that Kennedy attempted to open a diplomatic track for peace negotiations with North Vietnam in 1962 but was frustrated by bureaucratic resistance. Significantly revising the historical account of a major turning point, Porter describes how Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara deliberately misled Johnson in the Gulf of Tonkin crisis, effectively taking the decision to bomb North Vietnam out of the president's hands.





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« Trả lời #117 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:43:48 PM »

Kennedy's Wars: Berlin, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam
By Lawrence Freedman

In his thousand-day presidency, John F. Kennedy led America through one of its most difficult and potentially explosive eras. With the Cold War at its height and the threat of communist advances in Europe and the Third World, Kennedy had the unenviable task of maintaining U.S. solidarity without leading the western world into a nuclear catastrophe.
In Kennedy's Wars, noted historian Lawrence Freedman draws on the best of Cold War scholarship and newly released government documents to illuminate Kennedy's approach to war and his efforts for peace. He recreates insightfully the political and intellectual milieu of the foreign policy establishment during Kennedy's era with vivid profiles of his top advisors--Robert McNamara, Dean Rusk, Robert Kennedy--and influential figures such as Dean Acheson and Walt Rostow. Tracing the evolution of traditional liberalism into the Cold War liberalism of Kennedy's cabinet, Freedman evaluates their responses to the tensions in Berlin, Cuba, Laos, and Vietnam. He gives each conflict individual attention, showing how foreign policy decisions came to be defined for each new crisis in the light of those that had gone before. Readers will follow Kennedy as he wrestles with the succession of major conflicts--taking advice, weighing the risks of inadvertently escalating the Cold War into outright military confrontation, exploring diplomatic options, and forming strategic judgments that would eventually prevent a major war during his presidency.
Kennedy's Wars offers a dynamic and human portrait of Kennedy under pressure: a political leader shaped by the ideas of his time, conscious of his vulnerability to electoral defeat but also of his nation's vulnerability to nuclear war. Military and Kennedy enthusiasts will find its balanced consideration of the president's foreign policy and provocative "what if" scenarios invaluable keys to understanding his accomplishments, failures, and enduring legacy.



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« Trả lời #118 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:47:19 PM »

Brown Water, Black Berets: Coastal and Riverine Warfare in Vietnam
By Thomas J. Cutler

A profile of the Vietnam U.S. Navy Brown Water Forces describes their Swift Boats and Armored Personnel Carriers, the high-casualty dangers they faced, and their battles between the Mekong and the China Sea. Reprint.



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« Trả lời #119 vào lúc: 29 Tháng Mười Một, 2008, 08:49:49 PM »

Vietnam (Warfare & History)
By Spencer Tucker

A comprehensive overview of warfare in Vietnamese history from the early efforts to free themselves from Chinese control, through the Indo-China and Vietnam Wars, the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia, up to the Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979. Concentrating on the Vietnam War, the author explores the conflict from the Vietnamese perspective, demonstrating how for many Vietnamese the war was merely one of a long series of struggles against foreign domination. Encompassing socio-political, economic, diplomatic and cultural issues, this text provides an introduction to Vietnam's military history and will be of interest to students of 20th century American and Asian history.





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