The Vietnam War: The Story and Photographs

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Brassey's, 1997 - History - 179 pages
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"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 U.S. 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. Here are Marines battling house to house in Hue; river boats patrolling the Mekong; soldiers dodging sniper fire in elephant grass; fighter-bombers screaming over Hanoi and Haiphong; "The Wall" listing some 58,000 names."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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The Land and the People
America Commits to the Fight
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Donald M. Goldstein is Professor of Asian Studies (University Center for International Studies) and Eastern European Studies as well as Public and International Affairs at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Pittsburgh and is a Member of Ridgway Center. His teaching and research areas include history, public administration, political science, arms control, national interest and national security, theory and practice of international affairs, foreign policy process, international relations, administrative theory. He has taught at the Air Force Academy, the Air War College, the Air Command and Staff College, the University of Tampa, Troy State University and the University of Pittsburgh. In 2002, he was awarded the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award at the University of Pittsburgh.

The late Katherine V. Dillon, Donald M. Goldstein and the late Gordon W. Prange created numerous World War II classics, including "At Dawn We Slept; Miracle at Midway"; and "God s Samurai: Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor" (Brassey s, Inc., reprint 2003). They also collaborated with historian J. Michael Wenger on several books, including "The Way It Was: Pearl Harbor-The Original Photographs" (Brassey s, Inc., 1995); "Rain of Ruin: A Photographic History of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" (Brassey s, Inc., 1995); and "The Pearl Harbor Papers.

J. Michael Wenger is a historian living in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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