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« Trả lời #270 vào lúc: 31 Tháng Một, 2010, 07:47:39 PM »

There is another polish publishing I am not polish  but is a more neutral info.
Một ấn bản khác bằng tiếng Ba Lan. Tôi không phải người Ba Lan nhưng tôi có thông tin trung lập hơn
(Câu này JK viết tối nghĩa, em dịch thoát đi)



Whatever this bock using U.S estimates. But have pictures and info from both sides, is about the air war USAF vs VNPAF
Mặc dù cuốn sách này dùng số liệu ước lượng của Mỹ nhưng hình ảnh và thông tin thì dùng của cả 2 bên về không chiến giữa Không lực Mỹ và KQQDNDVN


http://hotfile.com/dl/26550069/a7ebaa5/aviation_-_AJ-Press_-_Kampanie_Lotnicze_n02_-_Wietnam_1964-73_Walki_nad_DRW.pdf.html
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« Trả lời #271 vào lúc: 08 Tháng Hai, 2010, 12:56:11 PM »

It is in Russian I think this forum have it translated to the Vietnamese whatever there are the Original Publishing

Cuốn sách sau viết bằng tiếng Nga. Tôi nghĩ diễn đàn sẽ có người dịch sang tiếng Việt



http://hotfile.com/dl/27651380/da3aa21/____13_-____.djvu.html

need a program called LIZARDTECH for open that

Tập tin này xem bằng chương trình LIZARDTECH
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« Trả lời #272 vào lúc: 19 Tháng Hai, 2010, 09:31:10 PM »

Link này có các sách FM của Mỹ.  Smiley
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/
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« Trả lời #273 vào lúc: 27 Tháng Hai, 2010, 05:56:11 AM »

Powerful and Brutal Weapons: Nixon, Kissinger, and the Easter Offensive
Stephen P. Randolph



As America confronts an unpredictable war in Iraq, Stephen Randolph returns to an earlier conflict that severely tested our civilian and military leaders. In 1972, America sought to withdraw from Vietnam with its credibility intact. As diplomatic negotiations were pursued in Paris, President Richard Nixon and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger hoped that gains on the battlefield would strengthen their position at the negotiating table--working against the relentless deadline of a presidential election year.

In retaliation for a major North Vietnamese offensive breaking over the Easter holidays, the President launched the all-out air campaign known as Linebacker--overriding his Secretary of Defense and clashing with the theater commander in whom he had lost all confidence. He intended to destroy the enemy with the full force of America's "powerful and brutal weapons" and thus shape the endgame of the war. Randolph's narrative, based not only on the Nixon White House tapes and newly declassified materials from the National Security Council, the Pentagon, and the White House but also on never before used North Vietnamese sources, re-creates how North Vietnam planned and fought this battle from Hanoi and how the U.S. planned and fought it from Washington.

Randolph's intimate chronicle of Nixon's performance as commander-in-chief gains us unprecedented access to how strategic assessments were made, transmitted through the field of command, and played out in combat and at the negotiating table. It is a compelling story about America's military decision-making in conflicts with nontraditional belligerents that speaks provocatively to our own time.


http://www.mediafire.com/?5jmzymzdrmz
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« Trả lời #274 vào lúc: 27 Tháng Hai, 2010, 05:59:59 AM »

A Sphinx: The Memories of a Reluctant Spy in Vietnam
John Burdick



When John Burdick received his orders to ship to Vietnam in 1967, he was certain his life was over. His goal was to return to the United States alive and on his feet no matter what it took. He had been recruited by the military to become an intelligence agent, and for a college graduate student from California, it sounded intriguing. But serving in Vietnam would require all of his skills to stay alive. Dressed as a civilian and with little formal training, Burdick learned quickly and executed missions effectively. He fulfilled several purposes in Vietnam-from infiltrating the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army command infrastructure to searching for American prisoners of war. The war hit hard. The deaths of all the young men haunted him. He could trust no one, including the military establishment who tried to squash each success the intelligence personnel achieved.In A Sphinx, author John Burdick recounts a powerful and emotional narrative following his duty in the Vietnam War in the 1960s. It uncovers behind-the-scenes footage of a military intelligence agent and his quest to help more American soldiers come home alive.


http://ifile.it/0742uht
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« Trả lời #275 vào lúc: 22 Tháng Năm, 2010, 02:44:56 AM »

Một số báo cáo tổng kết nội bộ của Quân Giải phóng Nhân dân Trung Quốc về cuộc chiến năm 1979, lấy trên viet-studies.
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Báo cáo (nội bộ, vừa được giải mật) của quân đội Trung Quốc về cuộc chiến tranh năm 1979:

[1]  Editor's introduction (Giới thiệu)
[2]  Main Experiences Gained by the XX Army during the Counterattack in Self-Defense against Vietnam, Part 1  (Kinh nghiệm của Quân Đoàn XX, Phần 1)
[3]  Main Experiences Gained by the XX Army during the Counterattack in Self-Defense against Vietnam, Part 2  ((Kinh nghiệm của Quân Đoàn XX, Phần 2)
[4]  Main Experiences Gained by the No. XXX Division during the Counterattack in Self-Defense Against Vietnam (Kinh nghiệm của sư đoàn XXX)
[5] Combat Report of the XX Army Artillery Forces on the Counterattack in Self-Defense (Báo cáo chiến trận của lực lượng pháo của quân đoàn XX)
[6]  Combat Report of the XX Division’s Artillery (Báo cáo chiến trận của lực lương pháo của sư đoàn XX)
[7]  Main Experiences Gained by the XXX Artillery Regiment during Its Participation in the Counterattack in Self-Defense against Vietnam (Kinh nghiệm của trung đoàn pháo XXX)
[8]  Introduction to the Combat Operations of the XX Army’s Tank Regiment (Báo cáo của trung đoàn tăng của quân đoàn XX)
[9]  A General Review of Communications Work Operations during the Counterattack in Self-Defense against Vietnam in the Yunnan Province [Theater of Operations] (Kiểm điểm kinh nghiệm truyền thông ở mặt trận Vân Nam)
[10]  Rear Services Support of the XX Army During the Counterattack in Self-Defense Against Vietnam (Kinh nghiệm hậu cần của quân đoàn XX)
[11]  An Initial Summing-Up of the XXX Division’s Rear Service Support Work during the Counterattack in Self- Defense against Vietnam (Tóm tắt sơ khởi về công tác hậu cần của sư đoàn XXX)

(Chinese Law & Government Sept/Oct, Nov/Dec  2009)



http://ifile.it/9p6sk0c


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« Trả lời #276 vào lúc: 26 Tháng Năm, 2010, 05:57:27 AM »

China's War With Vietnam, 1979: Issues, Decisions, and Implications
By King C. Chen



Unprecedented in scale and casualties, the brief Sino-Vietnamese war in 1979 was the bloodiest military conflict in the fraternal communist world. Why did the People’s Republic of China and Vietnam, two "comrades and brothers," engage in such a tragic war? This is one of the central questions Professor Chen attempts to answer in this in-depth discussion of that war—from its origins to its current international implications.

The author offers an important framework for the analysis of Chinese military-diplomatic policy, traces the causes that led to the outbreak of the war, examines the process of the war decisionmaking in Beijing, explains why the war was called "Deng Xiaoping’s War," and observes the development of the reactions of the United States, the Soviet Union, and the ASEAN nations. Professor Chen’s discussion of the effect of the Vietnam War’s legacy on the Sin-Vietnamese struggle adds to the depth of the analysis. Professor Chen also broadly explores the questions: Did aid from the PRC during the three decades from 1949 to 1978 assist or betray the Vietnamese revolution? How significant were the Kampuchean and Soviet factors in Beijing’s decision on war against Vietnam? How did the United States, China and other countries help to resettle the Indochinese refugees? What is the future for Kampuchea? What is the possibility of Sino-Vietnamese normalization? And what is the Soviet status! versus the U.S. position in the Asian-Pacific region?

In addition to researching official and private documents to bring light to this shadowy topic, Professor Chen conducted numerous interviews with Asian personnel, ranging from Prince Norodom Sihanouk to individual "boat people." He also made use of monitored radio broadcasts from communist and noncommunist countries.

King C. Chen, a professor of political science at Rutgers University, is also author of the definitive study Vietnam and China, 1938-1954 (Princeton University Press, 1969), as well as several books on the foreign policy of the PRC.



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« Trả lời #277 vào lúc: 26 Tháng Năm, 2010, 06:02:53 AM »

Foreign Aid, War, and Economic Development: South Vietnam, 1955-1975
By Douglas C. Dacy



Foreign Aid, War, and Economic Development traces the economic history of South Vietnam from 1955 to 1975. During this period encompassing the Vietnam war, high-level officials paid relatively little attention to the economy of South Vietnam even though economic development was a necessary condition for the country's survival. A generous foreign aid program was designed to pay local troops and improve the standard of living of the population. Professor Dacy documents this growth in national income and the progress or lack thereof in a number of development indicators. He discusses the goals of United States economic aid and measures the net resources transferred. Additionally, the book analyzes wartime inflation and the Vietnamese tax system, and in so doing shows that the measures which would have promoted long-run viability were shunned in favor of short-run expediencies that practically doomed the country in the long run. Finally, economic development in South Vietnam is compared to that in Israel, South Korea, and Taiwan, three nations that faced high military threats during the same period. This book will be of interest to general and economic historians, government officials involved with foreign aid policy, and economists who specialize in economic development. Foreign Aid, War, and Economic Development could also be used as supplementary material for courses in economic development at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

http://ifile.it/1a0ygh4/9780511572036_9780521303279.rar
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« Trả lời #278 vào lúc: 25 Tháng Sáu, 2010, 09:49:23 PM »

Mao's China and the Cold War
Chen Jian



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« Trả lời #279 vào lúc: 18 Tháng Bảy, 2010, 01:34:17 AM »

A Documentary History from American and Vietnamese Perspectives
Michael Hunt



Quyển này khá mới các bác ạ. Như tiêu đề đã nêu, cuốn sách đưa ra các tài liệu và cách nhìn từ hai phía về cuộc chiến. Có đăng tải một số đoạn trích trong nhật ký Đặng Thuỳ Trâm và tâm tư của những người lính khác từ hai phía, cũng như một số đoạn hội đàm, bài phát biểu của một số nhà lãnh đạo các bên liên quan.

Thực sự em mới download và chưa đọc kỹ, nhưng thấy đoạn đầu nói về văn hoá, tinh thần yêu nước của người Việt và bài dịch bài tế Nghĩa sỹ Cần Giuộc của cụ đồ Chiểu khá thú vị. Các bác cùng xem ở đây nhé.
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