US Propaganda During the Vietnam War

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Bloomsbury Academic, 1996 - History - 325 pages
An exploration of the effects of US propaganda on America's Western allies - particularly France, West Germany, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand - from the time when the Vietnam War began to escalate in February 1965 to the American withdrawal and its immediate aftermath. One of its main aims is to assess the amount and veracity of information passed on by the US administration to allied governments and to compare this with the level of public information on the war in allied countries.

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The beginning and escalation of the war 19651968
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