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« Trả lời #140 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 06:41:23 AM »

Sock It to 'Em, Baby: Forward Air Controller in Vietnam
By Garry Cooper, Robert Hillier



Gary Cooper shares many of his experiences from the Vietnam War where, as an Australian air controller, he was posted to the U.S. Army's 9th Infantry Division in Vietnam in 1968, and was soon a legend to his peers. This biography details why Cooper was called a war hero by those he served with as well as how he was nominated for some of the highest U.S. military awards possible but never received them, including the Silver Star, Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and Army Commendation Medal.

http://ifile.it/jq37f2u/1741148499.zip
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« Trả lời #141 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 06:43:24 AM »

The Men Who Persevered: The AATTV - the most highly decorated Australian unit of the Viet Name war
By Bruce Davies



A history of the Australian Army Training Team in Vietnam, as told through the personal recollections of the men who served in the Team from 1962-1972.

http://ifile.it/scd9p2w/1741144256.zip
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« Trả lời #142 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 06:50:10 AM »

The Minefield: An Australian Tragedy in Vietnam
By Greg Lockhart



A history of the Australian minefield laid in the Phuc Tuy Province in 1967 that played havoc with Australia's military operations in Vietnam and constituted the greatest tactical blunder in Australian military history since World War Two.

http://ifile.it/4vmongb/1741141060.zip
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« Trả lời #143 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 06:53:00 AM »

The Soviet Union, Vietnam and China, 1949-64: Changing Alliances (Cass Series--Cold War History)
By Mari Olsen



This book analyzes Chinese influence on Soviet policies toward Vietnam and shows how China, beginning in the late 1940s, was assigned the role as the main link between Moscow and Hanoi.

Drawing on new information on Sino-Soviet-Vietnamese relationship in the early 1960s this volume offers a fascinating insight into communication within the communist camp. As long as this functioned well, Beijing's role as Moscow's major partner in Vietnam was a success. Moscow could focus on other, more pressing, issues while Beijing took care of Vietnam. With the Sino-Soviet split in the open, especially from 1963 onwards, Moscow was forced to make the vital decision on whether to support the Vietnamese communists. This book shows how the Soviet failure to understand the Vietnamese commitment to reunification, combined with the growing tensions between Moscow and Beijing, reduced Soviet influence in Hanoi in a significant period leading up the U.S. intervention in Vietnam.

The author has used two particular approaches, the leverage of smaller states on superpower politics and the validity of ideology in foreign policy analysis, to explain the dynamics of Soviet perceptions of the Chinese role in Vietnam, as well as to determine from what point Moscow began to perceive Beijing as a liability rather than an asset in their dealings with Vietnam.

This book will be of great interest to students of Cold War history, International History and Asian politics in general.


http://ifile.it/1vuw976/0415384745.zip
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« Trả lời #144 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 06:57:19 AM »

Negotiating with the Enemy: U.S.-China Talks During the Cold War, 1949-1972
By Yafeng Xia



Few relationships during the Cold War were as dramatic as that between the United States and China. During World War II, China was America's ally against Japan. By 1949, the two countries viewed each other as adversaries and soon faced off in Korea. For the next two decades, Beijing and Washington were bitter enemies. Negotiating with the Enemy is a gripping account of that period. On several occasions, ”Taiwan in 1954 and 1958, and Vietnam in 1965” the nations were again on the verge of direct military confrontation. However, even as relations seemed at their worst, the process leading to a rapprochement had begun. Dramatic episodes such as the Ping-Pong diplomacy of spring 1971 and Henry Kissinger's secret trip to Beijing
in July 1971 paved the way for Nixon's historic 1972 meeting with Mao.


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« Trả lời #145 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 07:00:55 AM »

Chinese Military Strategy in the Third Indochina War: The Last Maoist War (Asian Security Studies)
By Edward O'dowd



This well-researched volume examines the Sino-Vietnamese hostilities of the late 1970s and 1980s, attempting to understand them as strategic, operational and tactical events.

The Sino-Vietnamese War was the third Indochina war, and contemporary Southeast Asia cannot be properly understood unless we acknowledge that the Vietnamese fought three, not two, wars to establish their current role in the region. The war was not about the Sino-Vietnamese border, as frequently claimed, but about China’s support for its Cambodian ally, the Khmer Rouge, and the book addresses US and ASEAN involvement in the effort to support the regime. Although the Chinese completed their troop withdrawal in March 1979, they retained their strategic goal of driving Vietnam out of Cambodia at least until 1988, but it was evident by 1984-85 that the PLA, held back by the drag of its ‘Maoist’ organization, doctrine, equipment, and personnel, was not an effective instrument of coercion.

Chinese Military Strategy in the Third Indochina War will be of great interest to all students of the Third Indochina War, Asian political history, Chinese security and strategic studies in general.


http://ifile.it/h1sqxg8/041541427X.zip
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« Trả lời #146 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 07:07:10 AM »

Mission on the Ho Chi Minh Trail: Nature, Myth, and War in Vietnam
By Richard L. Stevens



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« Trả lời #147 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 07:14:10 AM »

Britain and the Origin of the Vietnam War: UK Policy in Indo-China, 1943-50 (Global Conflict Since 1945)
By Timothy Smith



British foreign policy towards Vietnam illustrates the evolution of Britain's position within world geopolitics 1943-1950. It reflects the change of the Anglo-US relationship from equaltiy to dependence, and demonstrates Britain's changing association with its colonies and with the other European imperial spheres within southeast Asia. This book shows that Britain pursued a more involved policy towards Vietnam than has previously been stated, and clarifies Britain's role in the origins of the Vietnam War and the nature of subsequent US involvement.

http://ifile.it/1h6r7fx/0230507050.zip
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« Trả lời #148 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 07:15:22 AM »

The Battle at Ngok Tavak - A Bloody Defeat in South Vietnam, 1968
By Bruce Davies

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« Trả lời #149 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Một, 2009, 07:17:43 AM »

Encyclopedia of United States Army Insignia and Uniforms
By William K. Emerson



http://rapidshare.com/files/170913685/15828__9780806126227__9780806172309__0806126221.tar.gz
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