North Vietnam and Laos

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees

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Category: Vietnam War, 1961-1975

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Revolution in the Village

Tradition and Transformation in North Vietnam, 1925-1988

Author: Hy V. Luong

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

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Category: History

Page: 272

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"One of the most significant efforts to result thus far from the improvement in scholarly access [to North Vietnam].... Combining life history interviewing with archival research in Vietnam, Canada, and France, the book focuses on the village sociocultural system's encounter with Western colonialism, capitalism, and socialist revolution." --Journal of Asian Studies

MIGs Over North Vietnam

The Vietnam People's Air Force in Combat, 1965-75

Author: Roger Boniface

Publisher: Stackpole Books

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Category: History

Page: 223

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Rare firsthand accounts from North Vietnamese pilots plus details on fighter operations against the U.S. Description of the "Black Friday Massacre," the U.S.'s largest aerial defeat Intricate diagrams of aircraft Until now, the day-to-day operations of the Vietnamese People's Air Force have remained relatively unknown. Roger Boniface gives voice to Vietnamese pilots whose stories have never before been told, from their view of the gradual escalation of the conflict to their version of events seen differently by American aviators and historians.

The Vietnam War

Author: Reg Grant

Publisher: Britannica Digital Learning

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 851

The Vietnam War explores the long and costly civil war pitting South Vietnamese and U.S. forces against communist guerrillas and North Vietnamese troops.

Following Ho Chi Minh

The Memoirs of a North Vietnamese Colonel

Author: Tín Bùi

Publisher: C. HURST & CO. PUBLISHERS

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Category: Communists

Page: 202

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Colonel Bui Tin, scion of a line of mandarins who defied tradition by becoming a revolutionary, was one of Vietnam's most prominent journalists. His privileged position on Nhan Dan - the Vietnamese equivalent of Pravda - ensured access to the highest and most reliable government and party sources.