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Understanding Vietnam

NguyeМѓМ‚n, NgoМЈc Huy

Understanding Vietnam

by NguyeМѓМ‚n, NgoМЈc Huy

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Published by DPC Information Service in Bussum, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNguyẽ̂n Ngọc Huy, Stephen B. Young ; editor, T.D.R. Thomason.
    SeriesSpecial report ;, nr. 25, Special report (DPC Information Service) ;, nr. 25.
    ContributionsYoung, Stephen B., Thomason, T. D. R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMLCS 91/02214 (D)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 398 p. :
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2106407M
    LC Control Number88157761
    OCLC/WorldCa15210295

    Answer 1 of I have just finished reading The Beauty of the Humanity Movement, by Camilla Gibb. It was a great read gracefully depicting life in Hanoi. For those traveling to Vietnam, love art, and/or the art of pho, this is a must read. Thought it would be. Addressing this challenge, Understanding and Teaching the Vietnam War offers a wealth of resources for teachers at the secondary and university levels. An introductory section features essays by eminent Vietnam War scholars George Herring and Marilyn Young, who reflect on teaching developments since their first pioneering classes on the Vietnam.

    Neil L. Jamieson, after many years of living and working in Vietnam, has written the book that provides this on paints a portrait of twentieth-century Vietnam. Against the background of traditional Vietnamese culture, he takes us through the saga of modern Vietnamese history and Western involvement in the country, from the. Free eBooks - Language: Vietnamese. Here you can find free books. Read online or download eBooks for free. Browse through our eBooks while discovering great authors and exciting books in Vietnamese.

    Curse of the Coloring Book. A Novel Inspired by a True Story. When Herald Lloyd, an attorney and family man, learns he’s been cursed with a catastrophic legal-malpractice lawsuit, his recurring Vietnam War flashbacks flood his consciousness, and he medicates his post traumatic stress with alcohol. He was reckless to quit college to join the Army. National Center for PTSD Understanding PTSD: A Guide for Family and Friends I would never give up on my dad, in his lowest moments. I didn’t like the things he was doing, and I didn’t understand them, but you learn what he’s overcome, and you learn what he deals with, and I think that only strengthens the love. —Donald Sullivan, Jr.


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The author attempts to develop a unified theory of Yin-Yang, referred to as metaphorically heuristic devices by the author, in explaining historical events as seen and felt by certain class of Vietnamese people/5(20). This is a great book for understanding Vietnam the country, as opposed to Vietnam the war.

It is scholarly but readable (it does require some effort to focus at points, but the effort is worthwhile). Part anthropology, part history, it is a great introduction to any serious study of Vietnam and its culture/5. About the Book. The American experience in Vietnam divided us as a nation and eroded our confidence in both the morality and the effectiveness of our foreign policy.

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Jamieson paints a portrait of twentieth-century Vietnam. Against the background of traditional Vietnamese culture, he takes us through the saga of modern Vietnamese history and Western involvement in the country, from the.

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Yet our understanding of this tragic episode remains superficial because, then and now, we have never grasped the passionate commitment with which the Vietnamese clung to and fought over their own competing visions of what Vietnam was and what it.

The book begins with chapters giving an overview of Vietnam’s history and people. “Kind and generally helpful toward strangers, [the Vietnamese] are industrious, determined to improve their living standards, relatively honest, but always ready to seize any advantage that might come their way,” Murray states in.

Vietnam travel books are surprisingly rare, and really good ones rarer still. Lewis' is the best. Graham Greene's The Quiet American - Yeah, yeah, I know it's on every list, but really it is quite perfect, and you can still visit most of the places he mentions in the book.

If you're going to Vietnam, do make sure you read this book first. Get this from a library. Understanding Vietnam. [Neil L Jamieson] -- Studies Vietnamese culture and society in an attempt to understand the events that led up to the Vietnam War, the reasons for America's failure in the war, and the effects the war had on the country.

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The author attempts to develop a unified theory of Yin-Yang, referred to as metaphorically heuristic devices by the author, in explaining historical events as seen and felt by /5(19). Get this from a library. Understanding Vietnam. [Neil L Jamieson] -- Jamieson paints a portrait of twentieth-century Vietnam.

Against the background of traditional Vietnamese culture, he takes us through the saga of modern Vietnamese history and Western involvement in. Understanding Vietnam is an insightful but tough read. It is an adaptation of a Ph.D. dissertation and reads as such at times.

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That’s not uncommon, I learned by Googling DD Vietnam.