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  • Author:
    James Behr
  • ISBN:
    059531466X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0595314669
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  • Publisher:
    iUniverse, Inc. (March 30, 2004)
  • Pages:
    266 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Military
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Vietnam Voices: An Oral History of Eleven Vietnam Veterans. Vietnam Voices is an oral history in the spirit of Terkel's oral history of World War II, The Good War. The reader gets the real Vietnam experience from the personal narratives of servicemen who served in America's longest war.

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Winter Soldiers: An Oral History of the Vietnam Veterans Against the Wa. This extraordinary and deeply moving history explodes all the encrusted stereotypes of GIs on one side of the barricades and anti-war protestors on the other

Winter Soldiers: An Oral History of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War. Richard Stacewicz. This extraordinary and deeply moving history explodes all the encrusted stereotypes of GIs on one side of the barricades and anti-war protestors on the other. At long last we can again hear the voices of the thousands of courageous veterans who refused to be silent about the immoral war in Indochina. Mike Davis,author of City of Quartz). For all kinds of veterans of the Sixties era, this book offers powerful testimony on the meaning of patriotism and moral courage.

However, the Vietnam War was the first conflict in American history in which a substantial number of military personnel .

However, the Vietnam War was the first conflict in American history in which a substantial number of military personnel actively protested the war while it was in progress

Vietnam's recorded history dates back to the mid-to-late 3rd century BC, when Âu Lạc and Nanyue (Nam Việt in Vietnamese) were established (Nanyue conquered Âu Lạc in 179 BC). Northern Vietnam was since the late third millennium BC populated by .

Vietnam's recorded history dates back to the mid-to-late 3rd century BC, when Âu Lạc and Nanyue (Nam Việt in Vietnamese) were established (Nanyue conquered Âu Lạc in 179 BC). Northern Vietnam was since the late third millennium BC populated by early farming communities, that had expanded from the original centers of rice and millet domestication in the Yangzi and Yellow River valleys

The book aims to understand the history of the Vietnam War through the eyes of one of the county’s largest cities. We sent more soldiers to Vietnam than any other major American city. We have the largest contingent of soldiers. And we had the most Vietnam veterans coming home

The book aims to understand the history of the Vietnam War through the eyes of one of the county’s largest cities. And we had the most Vietnam veterans coming home. At one point, some were in the neighborhood of 250,000 veterans were back in New York City in the early 1970s, Napoli told MetroFocus host Rafael Pi Roman.

Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia. For many Americans, those names invoke powerful memories and images of unspeakable violence, and perhaps the last places on earth to consider visiting

Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia. For many Americans, those names invoke powerful memories and images of unspeakable violence, and perhaps the last places on earth to consider visiting. Yet not only are more US veterans and retirees visiting Southeast Asia, an increasing number have decided to call it home. The reason? Many point to affordable healthcare, cheap rent and a rising standard of living. Aging American boomers are living a lifestyle reminiscent of Florida, Nevada and Arizona, but in Vietnam, the Los Angeles Times recently reported.

Vietnam Voices is an oral history in the spirit of Terkel's oral history of World War II, The Good War. The reader gets the real Vietnam experience from the personal narratives of servicemen who served in America's longest war. The veterans narrate their reminiscences about the time before their entry into the service and what it was like to be in the military knowing that they would be sacrificing the next two or more years of their lives for their country. The veterans tell about their duties in Vietnam, from being a helicopter pilot to running a base camp beer garden. This work is important because it allows the veterans to tell their stories about life before, during and after their service in Vietnam.