A vietnam reader is a fantastic collection of primary documents on the vietnam war the texts are drawn evenly from both sides of the conflict and include speeches letters official documents diplomatic cables diary entries interviews and passages from novels. A vietnam war reader a documentary history from american and vietnamese perspectives from both the american and vietnamese sides remind readers that the conflict touched the lives of many people in a wide range of social and political situations and spanned a good deal more time than the decade of direct us combat the history of . Michael hunts a vietnam war reader combines the virtues of brevity and span from a well known scholar of the conflict this collection attempts to bridge the full span of the rise of vietnamese nationalism communism and revolution and the united states response beginning as early as 1943. A good and balanced presentation of how americans and vietnamese view the vietnam war which is also called the war against american aggression by vietnamese it provides some historical context thru the speeches diaries and correspondences of soldiers and civil leaders feom either side. Vietnam war reader a documentary history from american and vietnamese perspectives edited by michael h hunt is a collection of 102 documents aimed to help students and teachers gain an understanding of the war its impact and longterm consequences
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