5 edition of Memories of Vietnam found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 281-283).
|Statement||edited by Kenneth Maddock.|
|Contributions||Maddock, Kenneth, 1937-|
|LC Classifications||DS559.5 .M44 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||283 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||92108211|
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Published on the 40th anniversary of the end of the war in Vietnam, this book brings to life the experiences and memories of South Vietnamese soldiers—the forgotten combatants of this controversial conflict. Prairie Memories, The Vietnam War Years is a collection of oral histories from people who served, were left behind, who protested, or who fled their war torn country for .
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Memories of Vietnam is the true story of Bill Petite's year long tour in Vietnam and what he experienced in that year.
It's a story of a young man who, like the many others who were sent there, would return and suffer the after affects of that experience/5(9). Memories of Vietnam is the true story of Bill Petite's year long tour in Vietnam and what he experienced in that year. It's a story of a young man who, like the many others who were sent there, would return and suffer the after affects of that experience/5(10).
Memories Of Vietnam book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Like "Born on the 4th of July" or "Hamburger Hill," Fee's book encapsulates the soldier's view and brings to life the senseless battles of Vietnam.
It also shines a mirror on those, like Fee, who raised the social consciousness of a generation from a different era.5/5(8). Selective Memories of Vietnam The author was just a kid when he was asked to fight and kill in the jungle of Vietnam without the presence of Army leadership.
By his wits and determination he provided mortar support, survived, and returned home to fight the war again.5/5. This Vietnam memoir includes exciting tales, close calls, and battle memories. At its core though, it focuses on the story of the soldiers who fought and died, as well as the reporters and photographers who went with them.
Hirashiki’s is considered one of the great books on war : Tracy Shapley. Hence the title Once A Warrior King: Memories of an Officer in Vietnam. It is a gripping story of an unusual war and its effects on the young men who fought it.
It is a gripping story of an unusual war and its effects on the young men who fought it/5. But therein lies much of the book’s value; this is the view from inside the whale.” Tobias Wolff, In Pharaoh’s Army: Memories of the Lost War ().
Wolff joined the U.S. Army at. Generally considered the top memoir by a female Vietnam veteran, this brutally frank book is written with many detailed descriptions of the wounded and dying men Van Devanter saw as a nurse at the 71st Evacuation Hospital in Pleiku during her tour.
It is filled with the emotional turmoil she faced in-country and after coming home. Book Synopsis: The Best We Could is a national bestseller.
It is an illustrated memoir of one family’s journey from war-torn Vietnam. It is a graphic novel and. Lee spent January to December in the US Army. Cong Catchers is a compilation of events that occurred while he served.
This is not a guns-and-ammo book. It is a book about a young man with Christian values at war.4/5. The second part of Vietnamese Memories: Leaving Saigon, "Linh Tho," is based on a true story inspired by Pierre Daum’s 4-year investigation, published as a non-fiction novel under the name Immigrés de Force (The Forced Immigrants, Éditions Actes Sud, ), which chronicled the fate of 20, Indochinese workers displaced during World War II.5/5(1).
Vietnam was undergoing a long civil war. The North was fighting the South. Did Americans belong there. Lots of people had answers.
But before you decide, consider what the people who were there had to say. They experienced the war up close and personal. Through their letters and memories, you will, too.
Reflections, Memories, and Images of Vietnam Past "Remembrance" is a collection of "Galleries" containing imagery, stories, poems, songs, maps, and narratives from or about the Vietnam War era.
Excerpts from the (unpublished) book, "Talons of Fire," written by Veterans Mike Austin and his collaborator, Don "Deadline" Dunnington. Semper Cool: One Marine's Fond Memories of Vietnam is probably the single best book yet to come out of the Vietnam War. Unlike, many others, Semper Cool: One Marine's Fond Memories of Vietnam doesn't address that much maligned war from the perspective of the officers or senior noncommissioned officers who served, mostly in career enhancing /5.
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Vietnam war: share your stories, photographs and memories It is 40 years since the end of the Vietnam war and a chance to reflect on the experiences of those.
Here you will find memories of the War in Vietnam brought to you by a Veteran of that war. Thank you for visiting. Please remember the lost and missing soldiers and sailors of the Vietnam War. Here we seek to tell the story of the War from all perspectives.
We welcome Pictures and Stories and Poems. Vietnam War Fiction Books. The 13th Valley by John Del Vecchio "There have been a number of excellent books about Vietnam but none has managed to communicate in such detail the day-to-day pain, discomfort, frustration and exhilaration of the American military experience in Vietnam." lingering memories of war, American pop culture and.
Performing Remembering: Women's Memories of War in Vietnam This book explores the performances and politics of memory among a group of women war veterans in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Through ethnographic, oral history-based research, it connects the veterans’ wartime histories, memory politics, performance practices, recollections of imprisonment Brand: Chiron Publications.
In his recent book, Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of the War, Nguyen writes that “all wars are fought twice, the first time on the battlefield, the second time in memory.” I spoke to him at the University of Southern California, where he .About the Author. James M.
Dixon is a former Marine, Viet Nam Veteran and retired Jr. High School teacher who taught and coached for 28 years. He has lived with his memories of being an infantry rifleman and his 13 month tour, for 50 years/5().