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« Trả lời #220 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 01:38:48 AM »

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19: The Soviet Union's First Production Supersonic Fighter (Aerofax)
Yefim Gordon



Following naturally on from the MiG-15 and MiG-17 in the series, the MiG-19 "Farmer" now receives the full Aerofax treatment. Appearing in the 1950s, the MiG-19 represented a major technological leap for the VVS, as it was one of their first fighters capable of accommodating air-to-air missiles, ground color intercept system and other advances. By the end of the 1950s it had become the standard VVS fighter and was integrated into the inventories of most Warsaw Pact countries and other Soviet allies. It was produced in many thousands in the USSR, Czechoslovakia and China (as the J-6, JJ-6 and X-5 Fantan); a significant number of export customers included Cuba, Egypt, Albania, Vietnam and Pakistan. As usual, Yefim Gordon has come up with a mass of previously unpublished information and photos from original Russian resources.

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« Trả lời #221 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 01:41:43 AM »

The Echo of Battle: The Army's Way of War
Brian McAllister Linn



From Lexington and Gettysburg to Normandy and Iraq, the wars of the United States have defined the nation. But after the guns fall silent, the army searches the lessons of past conflicts in order to prepare for the next clash of arms. In the echo of battle, the army develops the strategies, weapons, doctrine, and commanders that it hopes will guarantee a future victory.

In the face of radically new ways of waging war, Brian Linn surveys the past assumptions--and errors--that underlie the army's many visions of warfare up to the present day. He explores the army's forgotten heritage of deterrence, its long experience with counter-guerrilla operations, and its successive efforts to transform itself. Distinguishing three martial traditions--each with its own concept of warfare, its own strategic views, and its own excuses for failure--he locates the visionaries who prepared the army for its battlefield triumphs and the reactionaries whose mistakes contributed to its defeats.

Discussing commanders as diverse as Dwight D. Eisenhower, George S. Patton, and Colin Powell, and technologies from coastal artillery to the Abrams tank, he shows how leadership and weaponry have continually altered the army's approach to conflict. And he demonstrates the army's habit of preparing for wars that seldom occur, while ignoring those it must actually fight. Based on exhaustive research and interviews, The Echo of Battle provides an unprecedented reinterpretation of how the U.S. Army has waged war in the past and how it is meeting the new challenges of tomorrow.


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« Trả lời #222 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:28:41 AM »

B-52 Stratofortress in action
Larry Davis



The B-52. known by both its official name. Stratoforlress. and by the acronym BUFF, loosely meaning Big Ugly Fal Fu — uh Fella, has been the airborne leg of the United States strategic triad for the past thirty-seven years. Although designed as a high altitude, intercontinental nuclear bomber, the design mission of the B-52 was never tested in actual combat — thankfully. But the aircraft has seen combat in both of America's most recent wars. In Vietnam and the Persian Gulf. B-52s wore used in both a tactical and strategic role with conventional munitions. When a U.S. President wants to wield his "Big Stick." he directs SAC to "send in the B-52s!"
The B-52 is the product of Boeing Aircraft Company. William H. Boeing founded the company in 1915. although it didn't bear his name until 26 April 1917. Located at Lake Union near Seattle. Washington. Boeing built a number of successful Navy floatplane designs. Following the end of the First World War. Boeing license-built a number of existing designs such as the DcHavilland DH-4B and the Thomas-Morse MB-3A. But in June of 1923. Boeing unveiled a new design: the PW-9. It was the first successful venture for the fledgling company and Boeing built 166 PW-9 and IB fighters for both the Army and Navy.


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« Trả lời #223 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:31:33 AM »

The United States and China
4th Revised and Enlarged Edition (American Foreign Policy Library)


John King Fairbank



For two generations scholars and general readers have looked to John King Fairbank for knowledge and insights about China. In three editions of The United States and China he has provided these. In this fourth edition, enlarged, he includes a new Preface and an Epilogue that brings the book up to date through the events of 1982. He has also updated the vast bibliography and both indexes. This book stands almost alone as a history of China, an analysis of Chinese society, and an account of Sino-American relations, all in brief compass.
The older portions of the book still sparkle, and they have been refined by the latest scholarship and the author's own observations in the People's Republic of China. And many photographs, especially chosen by John and Wilma Fairbank, show a changing land and its inhabitants.


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« Trả lời #224 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:34:31 AM »

Street Without Joy
Bernard B. Fall



I first read Mr. Fall's book in about a 1964-65 upon recommendation of a US Marine, Second Lieutenant, Infantry, who recommended it to all of those new NCO's who were coming of age. He was so right. This book was also on the reading list, and desk of most Commisioned Officers that I had knowledge of. I would like to think it still is in places like Ft. Benning, Ft. Leavenworth (Command and Staff College), West Point, and others. Somehow the war took a different turn and the remains are in history. May I recommend a book by the Author's widow? "Bernard Fall: Memories of a Soldier-Scholar" Author is "Dorothy Fall" Very good. I believe that Mr. Fall only wanted to have not all of those great, and very fine men to have to die in the whole specticale of the history of South-East Asia! May The Good Lord give them rest. May I recommend Mr. Fall's last book also (Military History) "Hell in a Very Small Place" (The Battle of Dien Bien Phu) There have been three books written on the seige & battle that I know of. Do not miss this one. Get it in hardback. The aerial photographs are over-powering! May God Bless America, and Vive Le Legion! "LEGIO PATRIA NOSTRA" J. Georges,

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« Trả lời #225 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:37:09 AM »

U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War 1948-1973
Shelby L. Stanton



284 b/w photos 40 drawings 7 x 9 . The 4th volume of Stantons uniform series, now in paperback Previously unpublished photos of mens and womens uniforms formal, work, field, dress Equipment, special-purpose uniforms, and battle gear U.S. Army Uniforms of the Cold War describes the evolution of Army uniforms in the quarter-century between World War II and the Vietnam War. Stanton traces and explains the different uniform systems from their conception through their actual field development and issue during the Korean and Vietnam Wars. Photos illustrate the progression of uniforms, supplemented by drawings of clothing and combat field items. Also shown are special-purpose clothing and equipment for use overseas and in domestic security missions, including in American civil disturbances of the 1960s. Cold- and wet-weather clothing, protective suits, and parachutist and diving gear are also highlighted. An appendix covers barracks clothing and equipment inspection displays that were part of every soldiers life. Shelby Stanton is an internationally acclaimed author-historian of the modern U.S. Army. He lives in Bethesda, Maryland

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« Trả lời #226 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:40:12 AM »

Apocalypse Then: American Intellectuals and the Vietnam War, 1954-1975
Robert Tomes



Prior to the Vietnam war, American intellectual life rested comfortably on shared assumptions and often common ideals. Intellectuals largely supported the social and economic reforms of the 1930s, the war against Hitler's Germany, and U.S. conduct during the Cold War. By the early 1960s, a liberal intellectual consensus existed.

The war in Southeast Asia shattered this fragile coalition, which promptly dissolved into numerous camps, each of which questioned American institutions, values, and ideals. Robert R. Tomes sheds new light on the demise of Cold War liberalism and the development of the New Left, and the steady growth of a conservatism that used Vietnam, and anti-war sentiment, as a rallying point. Importantly, Tomes provides new evidence that neoconservatism retreated from internationalism due largely to Vietnam, only to regroup later with substantially diminished goals and expectations.

Covering vast archival terrain, Apocalypse Then stands as the definitive account of the impact of the Vietnam war on American intellectual life.


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« Trả lời #227 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:42:28 AM »

Fighting on Two Fronts: African Americans and the Vietnam War

James Westheider



The racial tensions that have long plagued American society exist to a much lesser extent in the military where the bond of common pursuit and shared experience renders race less relevant. Or so conventional wisdom has long held.

In this dramatic history of race relations during the Vietnam war, James E. Westheider illustrates how American soldiers in Vietnam grappled with many of the same racial conflicts that were tearing apart their homeland thousands of miles away. Over seven years in the making, Fighting on Two Fronts draws on interviews with dozens of Vietnam veterans--black and white--and official Pentagon documents to paint the first complete picture of the African American experience in Vietnam.

Westheider reveals how preconceptions and petty misunderstandings often exacerbated racial anxieties during the conflict. Military barbers, for instance, were often inexperienced with black hair, leading black soldiers to cut each other's hair, an act perceived as separatist by their white counterparts. Similarly, black soldiers often greeted one another with a ritualized handshake, or dap, as a sign of solidarity, the unfamiliarity of which threatened many white soldiers and was a source of resentment until it was banned in 1973.

Despite ample evidence of institutional racism in the armed forces, the military elite responded only when outbreaks of racial violence became disruptive enough to threaten military discipline and attract negative attention from the civilian world. A crucial addition to our understanding of Vietnam, Fighting on Two Fronts is a compelling example of the new military history at its finest.



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« Trả lời #228 vào lúc: 14 Tháng Chín, 2009, 04:44:50 AM »

Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War: A Political, Social, and Military History (3 Volumes)

Spencer C. Tucker



The Vietnam War, which gave rise to a series of major crises in US politics and society, should remain a source of significant lessons in military and foreign policy for generations to come. This is a comprehensive study of the wars in Vietnam, detailing early US involvement in Vietnam and bringing Vietnamese history up to 1998, with discussions of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam from 1975 to 1997. It contains more than 900 alphabetically arranged entries and 200 primary source documents. Features include: biographies of key Vietnamese and American participants; descriptions of weapons, strategies, tactics, campaigns and battles; analyses of the domestic front; a detailed timeline; and cross-references after each entry.

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