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« Trả lời #240 vào lúc: 21 Tháng Chín, 2009, 07:22:10 PM »

Mình đã down được. Cảm ơn bạn nhé.
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« Trả lời #241 vào lúc: 25 Tháng Chín, 2009, 05:15:24 AM »

Window on a War: An Anthropologist in the Vietnam Conflict (Modern Southeast Asia Series)
Gerald Cannon Hickey



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« Trả lời #242 vào lúc: 25 Tháng Chín, 2009, 05:17:36 AM »

Phantom Reflections: The Education of an American Fighter Pilot in Vietnam
Mike McCarthy



Although it took place over three decades ago, the Vietnam War, at times, seems to be a scar that will not heal. This memoir/essay details the journey of an extremely eager "true believer," a young pilot who couldn't wait to get in the war, and was afraid it would be over before he could participate. Starting in the early sixties, this memoir captures the thoughts and feelings of a somewhat idealistic, young pilot as he seeks adventure, glory and excitement, in what he believes to be a truly worthwhile cause. The narrative covers Colonel McCarthy's assignment to the F-4 Phantom II fighter, at the time one of the most capable fighter planes available. It details the extensive training necessary to turn him into a fighter pilot, and follows him as he is thrust into the midst of the intense air campaigns over North Vietnam and Laos. The numerous descriptions of "toe curling" missions give the reader a realistic feeling of what it was like to be in combat, but, more than that, they show how America's longest and most divisive war was perceived by those who were at the very sharpest point of the spear. Unlike many fighter pilot narratives of combat, McCarthy's retrospective account offered him an opportunity to reexamine his past beliefs, and he candidly discusses why they have altered significantly. While the accounts of air combat are riveting by themselves, these reflections prove to be equally fascinating.

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« Trả lời #243 vào lúc: 06 Tháng Mười, 2009, 07:00:10 PM »

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

Bác Tút up lại quyển này hộ em nhé. Thanks Smiley
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« Trả lời #244 vào lúc: 06 Tháng Mười, 2009, 07:53:55 PM »

Hmm, quyển này bây giờ lục mãi không tìm ra, có khi nhỡ tay xóa mất lúc nào rồi.  Undecided
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« Trả lời #245 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Mười, 2009, 11:57:25 PM »

Em mới mò ra quyển đó rồi: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NGZ9EOL5

Các bác đã nghiên cứu cái kho này chưa nhỉ: http://www.ebookee.com.cn
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« Trả lời #246 vào lúc: 09 Tháng Mười, 2009, 09:04:43 AM »


http://www.ebookee.com.cn/North-Vietnamese-Army-Soldier-1958-75_344804.html

(Quyển này minh họa ảnh vô cùng bậy bạ, sử dụng nhiều ảnh thời CTBG hay KCCP cho KCCM, cảnh cụ Giáp thành lập VNTTGPQ thì được chú thích là "cán bộ diễn thuyết trước khi đơn vị vào Nam"!)
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« Trả lời #247 vào lúc: 28 Tháng Mười, 2009, 10:10:07 PM »

Air War Over North Vietnam: The Vietnamese People's Air Force: 1949-1977

Istvan Toperczer



During the early years of resistance against French colonial forces, the Peoples Army of Vietnam (PAVN) was made up of poorly equipped and trained ground forces. The most important branches of the military — artillery, signal corps and pioneer units — had a simple structure and only rudimentary equipment. At the beginning of 1949 General Vo Nguyen Giap. Commander-in-Chief of the Ministry of Defense; Brigadier General Hoang Van Thai. Chief of Staff; and Phan Phac. Chief of Military Training, approached Ho Chi Minh concerning the establishment of a Vietnamese Air Force and Navy.
Based on a decree from Ho Chi Minh. the Ministry of Defense created an Air Force Research Committee (Ban Nghien Cuu Khong Quan) on 9 March 1949 and headed by Ha Dong. To conceal its true goal the committee was given the name Experimental Agricultural State Cooperative. The purpose of the committee was to create the foundation of a future Air Force and to study the French Air Force. The committee organized courses for those wishing to be part of the Air Force starting with the first group of 29 students made up of pilots, ground personnel, and a meteorologist. Later, a second group of 81 students was formed. The curriculum was 'collected* from French controlled territories and the teaching was conducted by Vietnamese tutors as well as German and Japanese prisoners of war. After a few hours of theoretical lessons, the teachers and classes moved to Chiem Hoa to build a 4(X) meter by 25 meter air strip. Flying lessons were conducted using two aircraft — a Tiger Moth and a Morane Saulnier MS 500 (a French-built Fieseler Fi 156 Storch). These aircraft had been given to the Bao Dai emperor in Hue by the French before the outbreak of the revolution in August of 1945.
The very first 'Vietnamese Air Force* aircraft, the Tiger Moth with a yellow star on a red flag insignia, took off on 15 August 1949 with a pilot of German origin by the name of Nguyen Due Viet at the controls. Due to a technical malfunction, the aircraft was damaged on its first (light and was out of commission until July of 1954.
The Air Force Research Committee was dissolved by the Ministry of Defense at the beginning of 1951.


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« Trả lời #248 vào lúc: 28 Tháng Mười, 2009, 10:12:33 PM »

Quyển này mới ra. Bác nào thấy đâu có thì báo nhá.  Wink



Cả quyển này nữa.

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« Trả lời #249 vào lúc: 11 Tháng Mười Một, 2009, 09:04:52 PM »

MiG Kill Markings from the Vietnam War: Part 1 U.S. Air Force Aircraft (Colors and Markings 12)
By Bert Kinzey, Ray Leader



When the airpfane was first introduced to warfare, its primary purpose was that of observation. But it was not long before opposing pilots started taking shots at each other, and the deadly contest of aerial combat became the true test of skill for a military pilot. In spite of the wide variety of roles and missions that these pilots have been asked to perform during the wars of the twentieth cen­tury, scoring a victory or kill over an enemy aircraft in the air has become the most important and glamorous accomplishment that could be performed in the cockpit of a military aircraft. Nothing else is more publicized, and nothing can make a pilot a hero more quickly than meet­ing the enemy in the air and winning. It has been called the ultimate video game where living is the prize for the victor.

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