Articles Related to Vietnam War

Last Train Runnin by Ronnie D. Foster

October 6, 2015

Ronnie Foster sums up his opinion of the Vietnam War with words he attributes to his protagonist in his novel,  Last Train Runnin  (R.D. Foster, 415 pp.; $21.25, paper): Oh the rich kids went to…

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CHAPTER 1071 SHARES VIETNAM EXPERIENCE

October 6, 2015

A few students raised their hand to the wall as they traced (more…)

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The Funny Thing About War by Al Campo

October 5, 2015

Al Campo is a Vietnam veteran who served (more…)

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U.S. Army Psychiatry in the Vietnam War by Norman M. Camp

September 23, 2015

Very few aspects of the American war in Vietnam have not come under the microscope in books, magazine articles, scholarly journals, blog posts---or any other medium. One part of the war that has seen little light…

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Content With My Wages by Gregory H. Murry

September 21, 2015

A Bill Mauldin Second World War cartoon has Willie telling Joe: "You'll get over it, Joe. Oncet I was gonna write a book exposin' the army after th' war myself." Retired Army Master Sergeant Gregory H.…

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One Day as a Lion by Ronnie D. Foster

September 17, 2015

Ronnie D. Foster has written a thoroughly researched and most interesting book, One Day as a Lion: True Stories of the Vietnam War Heroes from Collin County, Texas ( Entry Way Publishing, 242 pp., $16.95,…

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Season of Mists by G. Lowell Tollefson

September 16, 2015

Lowell Tollefson spent his youth in Southeast Asia and East Asia, an experience that informs his depiction of the regions and its people. Tollefson, a former college philosophy professor, is the author of a book…

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The Sorceress of Menlo Park by Richard Sloan

September 15, 2015

Richard Sloan served in the Marine Corps from 1966-69, including a 1967-68 tour of duty in the Vietnam War. In his novel, The Sorceress of Menlo Park (Amazon Digital Services, 398 pp., $5.99, Kindle), the…

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The Air Force Way of War by Brian D. Laslie

September 10, 2015

  Long ago---in the 1950s and 60s---Strategic Air Command bombers ruled the world. SAC, for one thing, controlled ninety-five percent of the Free World's striking power. Its city-busting thermonuclear war plans held top priority. Tactical…

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Vietnam: The Other Side by Duong Nguyen

September 7, 2015

Since the communist takeover of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975, many writers have produced books about various aspects of the Vietnam War. Duong Nguyen---a medical doctor who fled his homeland in 1975 and lives in the…

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