6 edition of The Vietnam War Files found in the catalog.
November 2003 by University Press of Kansas .
Written in English
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Anthony and Richard P. Common sense tells us that a Rockefeller hireling such as Kissinger would not be setting up an "international control" system which takes assets from the Rockefellers and gives them to someone else. Moreover, six suspected war criminals were allowed to resign from military service during the criminal investigations specifically to avoid prosecution. Monopoly capitalism is impossible unless you have a government with the power to strangle would-be competitors. You may be assured, however, that the Rockefellers and their allies are not talking about reducing their own quality of life. I would never work for that man.
Quy was a young journalist for South Vietnamese state media during the Tet Offensive; when news of the attack reached him in Saigon, where he was based, he headed home to Hue to see the carnage firsthand. It was the game of boom and bust, using economic crisis to consolidate political power at the top where it can be most easily controlled. His first and only choice of assignments -- Vietnam. Making brilliant use of new documentary sources and interviews from the American as well as the North Vietnamese side, he has made a singular contribution to our understanding of U. Let us not soon forget.
Victor B. While other attacked cities were cleared of communist forces within a few days, Hue was seized almost entirely, leaving only small pockets of U. The North Vietnamese soldier Dai, who is now a composer and among the relatively few Vietnamese citizens who openly calls for an end to single-party rule, remembers seeing people being taken away in vehicles. He was, however, sentenced to no punishment. However, it is equally important to understand that the "Tiger Force" atrocities were not the mere result of "Rogue GIs" but instead stem from what historian Christian Appy has termed the American "doctrine of atrocity" during the Vietnam War -- a strategy built upon official U. New York: Oxford University Press,pp.
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All of these studies provide much detail, although, as noted, they are thin on some aspects of CIA's work. At the time of the request none of the governments involved in the war any longer existed—even the North Vietnamese state had been transformed—the CIA actors were in retirement, the Vietnam war had entered history, and the most recent events concerned were almost twenty years into the past.
If the firm to be acquired is much smaller, a "takeover" is the simplest procedure: buy 'em out. In a series of meetings between Westmoreland and the President held in Honolulu in FebruaryWestmoreland claimed that the U.
Except in minor details this CIA monograph does not go much beyond what is already in the public record. During the Diem period the CIA Saigon station's paramilitary chief, a key actor in all pacification activities, is quoted saying, "The Vietnamese official is the real obstacle to success" [p.
The helicopter also provided another new and vital capability: medical evacuation. Nay Ret. In fact, in its overall conclusions the CIA history argues that "the near-destruction of the Communist apparatus in the countryside, between andresulted not in the consolidation of Saigon's control, but in the creation of a political no-man's The Vietnam War Files book and further that "whatever the possibilities init is possible that by the conflict could not be won at all, or at least by any politically sustainable level of American commitment" [p.
The Tet offensive itself led to a proposal from an informal group of CIA Vietnam experts to present the Saigon government with a virtual ultimatum for reform, an "Operation Shock" [p. The account shows that the CIA's relationship with Saigon leaders changed over time, depending on the agency's station chief, the U.
With the U. On March 31, in a speech that took America and the world by surprise, Johnson announced that "I shall not seek, and I will not accept the nomination of my party for another term as your President" and pledged himself to devoting the rest of his term in office to the search for peace in Vietnam.
A sensor-driven, anti-infiltration system known as Operation Igloo White was in the process of being field tested in Laos as the siege of Khe Sanh began. In the later part of the war, which the CIA historian views as tohe concludes that this period "saw the gradual decay of the CIA-sponsored pacification programs, as the Vietnamese elected not to invest in them" [p.
The goal is not to bankrupt the United States, we must emphasize. During the Vietnam War, the use of the helicopter, known as "Air Mobile", was an essential tool for conducting the war. Off and on for several years, we traveled to Texas, California, and Virginia to get to know many Vietnamese Americans who came to the United States as refugees, having suffered the unimaginable loss not just of their families, friends, and comrades, but of their country.
In his Vice Presidential hearings, Nelson Rockefeller even acknowledged that Kissinger took the job because Rocky asked him to do so. Agency involvement went beyond cash to include using CIA agents to feed ideas to South Vietnamese leaders, openly providing suggestions for a political platform, supporting individual candidates, using agents to counteract charges of electoral fraud, and manipulating the South Vietnamese National Assembly to certify election results.
However, it is equally important to understand that the "Tiger Force" atrocities were not the mere result of "Rogue GIs" but instead stem from what historian Christian Appy has termed the American "doctrine of atrocity" during the Vietnam War -- a strategy built upon official U.Books shelved as vietnam-war-fiction: Matterhorn by Karl Marlantes, The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien, The 13th Valley by John M.
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