The Vietnam War: A History in Documents

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 175 pages
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The Vietnam War tells the story of one of the most divisive episodes in modern American history through primary sources, ranging from government documents, news reports, speeches, popular songs to memoirs, writings by Vietnam veterans (including coauthor John Fitzgerald), and poetry by Vietnamese and Americans on matching themes. The book begins in the 19th century when Vietnam became a French colony, and traces the insidious route by which the United States became involved in a war on the other side of the world.

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Marilyn B. Young is a Professor of History at New York University who specializes in the study and teaching of US-East Asian Relations.

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