Vietnam War US & Allied Combat Equipments (Elite). Although this book does contain a few photos of helicopter crewmen, it should really be entitled "Vietnam: US Ground Forces Combat Uniforms in Colour Photographs. The book contains 92 colour photos.
Vietnam War US & Allied Combat Equipments (Elite). All of which are nice clear studio photographs. The book features 43 different uniforms. Unlike some uniform books, the models wearing the uniforms are well selected. The uniforms are displayed with full or close to full field gear. Each model is photographed full-length from both the front and back.
The final act of US involvement in Vietnam badly damaged the country's global image. Gr 8 Up-DK, in consultation with the Smithsonian Institution, delivers a hefty tome that provides a sweeping overview of the Vietnam War. America was left humiliated in defeat, as frantic helicopter evacuations left desperate Vietnamese civilians behind. From School Library Journal
For fiction: ‘Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War,’ by Karl Marlantes; ‘The Sympathizer,’ by Viet Thanh Nguyen; ‘The 13th Valley,’ by John M. Del Vecchio; ‘The Short-Timers,’ by Gustav Hasford; and ‘The Ugly American,’ by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer.
The Vietnam War book. Filled with more than 500 photographs, "The Vietnam War" tells the story of Vietnam through powerful images; profiles of the war's most influential figures, such as Henry Kissinger and Pol Pot; and a complete overview of the conduct, strategies, and events in this controversial war, including Ho Chi Minh's rise to power, the Geneva conference, America's intervention, and the Christmas.
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we were soldiers once and young. joe galloway photographs of lz x-ray, the ia drang valley, vietnam
Vietnam War - Monsanto responsible for untold deaths of American Soldiers and innocent civilians. we were soldiers once and young. joe galloway photographs of lz x-ray, the ia drang valley, vietnam. We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the Battlefields of Vietnam, next book after We Were Soldiers Once. And Young: Harold G. Moore, Joseph L. In the wake of the death of one of the main architects of the Vietnam War, former Defense Secretary Robert Strange McNamara - old, gray, frail and full of his 93 years of living - many have rushed to examine and weigh his life and times.
In this their latest illustrated war volume, Donald M. Goldstein, Katherine V. Dillon, and J. Michael Wenger show you the battles, leaders, weapons, heroism, and pain of the Vietnam War, from its earliest beginnings to the fall of Saigon in 1975. Through more than 450 official and personal photographs (both . and Vietnamese), they reveal the anguish, the loneliness, the courage, and the fears of the three and a half million U. S. soldiers, Marines, airmen and seamen who served in America's longest war.
Marc Riboud made several trips to Vietnam in the 1960s, seeing for himself the war that he had heard reported on and debated over in the press. It was hard not to feel sympathetic towards those Vietnamese putting up such a brave resistance to the relentless bombing, he said, and sympathy helps one understand a country, for a person, rather better than indifference or ‘objectivity’ (which is a spurious notion in any case).
Laurent Mirouze : Europa Militaria No 3 - World War I Infantry In Color Photographs The Crowood Press .
Laurent Mirouze : Europa Militaria No 3 - World War I Infantry In Color Photographs The Crowood Press, UK 1999. Еврейская детская книжка с картинками.
Hamilton Gregory volunteered for the Army, and served three years, including one in the Vietnam War in military intelligence. He was a strong believer in America’s fight against communism, and thought it was his patriotic duty to serve. Project 100, 000 was promoted as a great social experiment that would provide troops to the Army and, in turn, the Army would teach these men to read and write-and brush their teeth. But the Army never got around to teaching these men anything. They just got shipped to Vietnam. The men in this group were referred to kindly by President Johnson as second class.