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  • Author:
    Ken Post
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    1855210975
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    Dartmouth Pub Co; First Edition edition (March 1, 1994)
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    480 pages
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Vietnam’s society - and pave the way for the revolution that the author sees as the only salvation

Horst Faas/Associated Press. Fredrik Logevall’s book focuses on the French conflict in Vietnam at the end of World War II and the beginning of the American one in 1959. Vietnam’s society - and pave the way for the revolution that the author sees as the only salvation. Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam,’ by Mark Bowden.

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This final volume completes the history and analysis of the Vietnamese Revolution by bringing it up to final Communist victory in 1975. Although it deals with the relevant developments in the North, it basically concentrates on the struggle in the South following the massive US intervention in 1965. Unlike other analyses, it focuses primarily on the Vietnamese protagonists, the Communists and the Republic of Viet Nam, examining above all the questions of why the former were able to win and whether the latter could ever have been a viable regime.