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« Trả lời #170 vào lúc: 24 Tháng Tư, 2009, 05:55:50 AM »

F-4 Phantom II vs MiG-21: USAF & VPAF in the Vietnam War (Duel)
Peter Davies




From difficult weather conditions to unreliable missile armament to unequal rules of engagement, this book tells the story of the challenges faced by the F-4 and MiG-21 pilots. Using first-hand accounts wherever possible the author draws us into the dangerous world experienced by American and North Vietnamese pilots. Influential leaders and tacticians will be profiled to provide a comparative evaluation of their contrasting skills. This book will also reveal the technical specifications of each jet with an analysis of the weaponry, avionics and survival devices of the Phantom and MiG-21. The fighters' strengths and weaknesses will be compared also, including turn radius, performance at altitude, range and structural integrity. This was an intense and deadly duel between vastly different rivals. In the Phantom, a second crewmember and good radar compensated for the difficulty of providing command and control at long distances from the targets. However, the F-4's smoky engines and considerable bulk made it visible at much further distances than the small, clean MiG-21 and Phantoms were often hit by unseen MiG attacks. On the other hand, the F-4s eight-missile armament compared favorably with the two-missile provision of the MiG. Often pilot skill, if not luck, would be the determining factor between the smaller, faster MiG and bigger, better-gunned Phantom. First-person extracts will reflect on the dangers of these aerial duels while graphics based on records of engagement and technical manuals will illustrate the experience of air combat as they struggled to overcome their shortcomings and survive their deadly duels.


http://rapidshare.com/files/224035609/F4_Phantom_vs_MiG_21.rar

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« Trả lời #171 vào lúc: 26 Tháng Tư, 2009, 02:34:00 AM »

Tài liệu mới giải mật của CIA về Chiến tranh Việt Nam

Gồm 06 cuốn, để ở đây.

http://www.foia.cia.gov/vietnam.asp

Vietnam Histories

This release consists of six declassified histories volumes and describes the CIA's role in Indochina during the Vietnam War. These histories written by Thomas L. Ahern, Jr., are based on extensive research in CIA records and on oral history interviews of participants. The release totals some 1,600 pages and represents the largest amount of Vietnam-era CIA documents yet declassified.


   1.  CIA and the Generals (13.2 MB PDF)
      Covert Support to Military Government in South Vietnam
   2. CIA and the House of Ngo (13.1 MB PDF)
      Covert Action in South Vietnam, 1954-63
   3. CIA and Rural Pacification (71.3 MB PDF)
   4. Good Questions, Wrong Answers (2.7 MB PDF)
      CIA's Estimates of Arms Traffic through Sihanoukville, Cambodia, During the Vietnam War.
   5. The Way We Do Things (7.1 MB PDF)
      Black Entry Operations into Northern Vietnam
   6. Undercover Armies (29.2 MB PDF)
      CIA and Surrogate Warfare in Laos

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« Trả lời #172 vào lúc: 11 Tháng Năm, 2009, 03:29:55 AM »

A Bitter Peace: Washington, Hanoi, and the Making of the Paris Agreement
Pierre Asselin



Demonstrating the centrality of diplomacy in the Vietnam War, Pierre Asselin traces the secret negotiations that led up to the Paris Agreement of 1973, which ended America's involvement but failed to bring peace in Vietnam. Because the two sides signed the agreement under duress, he argues, the peace it promised was doomed to unravel.

By January of 1973, the continuing military stalemate and mounting difficulties on the domestic front forced both Washington and Hanoi to conclude that signing a vague and largely unworkable peace agreement was the most expedient way to achieve their most pressing objectives. For Washington, those objectives included the release of American prisoners, military withdrawal without formal capitulation, and preservation of American credibility in the Cold War. Hanoi, on the other hand, sought to secure the removal of American forces
, protect the socialist revolution in the North, and improve the prospects for reunification with the South. Using newly available archival sources from Vietnam, the United States, and Canada, Asselin reconstructs the secret negotiations, highlighting the creative roles of Hanoi, the National Liberation Front, and Saigon in constructing the final settlement.


http://ifile.it/yp4k1ux/0807827517__gigle.ws.rar
http://www.mediafire.com/?3mdujdmnjr2
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« Trả lời #173 vào lúc: 11 Tháng Năm, 2009, 03:32:36 AM »

Zhou Enlai: The Last Perfect Revolutionary
Gao Wenqian



When Gao Wenqian first published this groundbreaking, provocative biography in Hong Kong, it was immediately banned in the People’s Republic. Using classified documents spirited out of the China, he offers an objective human portrait of the real Zhou Enlai, the premier of the People’s Republic of China from 1949 until his death in 1976. Often touted as “the last perfect revolutionary,” Zhou is “a modern saint” who offered protection to his people during the Cultural Revolution, and an icon who allows modern Chinese to find an admirable figure in what was a traumatic and bloody era. But his greatest gift was to survive, at almost any price, thanks to his acute understanding of where political power resided at any one time.

http://ifile.it/lxk4m5h/1586486454__gigle.ws.rar
http://www.mediafire.com/?ttytzmymhyc
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« Trả lời #174 vào lúc: 11 Tháng Năm, 2009, 03:36:43 AM »

OSS in China: Prelude to Cold War
Maochun Yu



In this impressive book Maochun Yu tells the dramatic story of the intelligence activities of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in China during World War II. Yu draws on recently released classified materials from the U.S. National Archives and on previously unopened Chinese documents to reveal the immense and complex challenges the agency and its director, General William Donovan, confronted in China.

http://ifile.it/jai83ev/9780300066982__gigle.ws.rar
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« Trả lời #175 vào lúc: 13 Tháng Năm, 2009, 06:54:20 PM »

Con Thien: The Hill of Angels
James P. Coan



Throughout much of 1967, a remote United States Marine firebase only two miles from the demilitarized zone (DMZ) captured the attention of the world's media. That artillery-scarred outpost was the linchpin of the so-called McNamara Line intended to deter incursions into South Vietnam by the North Vietnamese Army. As such, the fighting along this territory was particularly intense and bloody, and the body count rose daily. Con Thien combines James P. Coan's personal experiences with information taken from archives, interviews with battle participants, and official documents to construct a powerful story of the daily life and combat on the red clay bulls-eye known as "The Hill of Angels." As a tank platoon leader in Alpha Company, 3d Tank Battalion, 3d Marine Division, Coan was stationed at Con Thien for eight months during his 1967-68 service in Vietnam and witnessed much of the carnage. Con Thien was heavily bombarded by enemy artillery with impunity because it was located in politically sensitive territory and the U.S. government would not permit direct armed response from Marine tanks. Coan, like many other soldiers, began to feel as though the government was as much the enemy as the NVA, yet he continued to fight for his country with all that he had. In his riveting memoir, Coan depicts the hardships of life in the DMZ and the ineffectiveness of much of the U.S. military effort in Vietnam.

http://ifile.it/hxbf19z/081735445X__gigle.ws.rar
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« Trả lời #176 vào lúc: 13 Tháng Năm, 2009, 06:58:07 PM »

Eagle Days: A Marine Legal/Infantry Officer in Vietnam
Donald W. Griffis



This is a unique view of the War in Vietnam. Much has been written about America's war in Vietnam, and an enduring and troubling subtext is the composition of the body of soldiers that made up the U.S. troop deployment: from the initially well-trained and disciplined group of largely elite units that served in the mid-sixties to what has been termed an "armed mob" by the end of that decade and into the early 1970s. Drug use, insubordination, racial antagonism that often became violent, theft and black market dealing, and even "fragging" (murder of officers and senior noncoms by disgruntled troops) marred the record of the U.S. military presence. Griffis served in the twin roles of legal officer charged at various times with the task of both defending and prosecuting servicemen, while at the same time leading combat patrols in "search and destroy" missions against the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese enemy. His account is therefore remarkable in its personal record of experiencing what the military should do best - meet, engage, and defeat the enemy - and what it becomes when esprit de corps, discipline, and a sense of purpose decay.


http://ifile.it/6khuz42/0817315780__gigle.ws.rar
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« Trả lời #177 vào lúc: 13 Tháng Năm, 2009, 07:01:34 PM »

Lodge in Vietnam: A Patriot Abroad
Dr. Anne E. Blair



Part biography and part diplomatic history, this book focuses on Henry Cabot Lodge`s ambassadorship to South Vietnam from 1963 to 1964. Based on Lodge`s collected papers (including an unpublished memoir), as well as on previously unavailable U.S. Saigon Embassy reports and on interviews with former U.S. officials, the book examines the constraints and possibilities inherent in the Vietnam situation during Lodge`s first ambassadorship and reveals the role he played in shaping President Lyndon Johnson`s 1965 decision to commit U.S. troops to the war.

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« Trả lời #178 vào lúc: 13 Tháng Năm, 2009, 07:07:37 PM »

Con Thien: The Hill of Angels
James P. Coan

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« Trả lời #179 vào lúc: 27 Tháng Năm, 2009, 01:10:56 PM »

em là em thích mấy cuốn có tranh của osprey đọc toàn chữ chán lắm
có bác nào có link của 2 cuốn sau đây của osprey không
North Vietnamese Army Soldier 1958–75
Weapons and Field Gear of the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong
còn mấy cuốn của osprey mà có nói đến VPA NVA PAVN VC em đều có rồi
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