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The Vietnam War.

By: Hall, Mitchell.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Seminar Studies: Publisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (182 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781134869497.Subject(s): Vietnam War, 1961-1975Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Vietnam WarDDC classification: 959.7043 LOC classification: DS556 .H355 2018Online resources: Click here to view book
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Chronology -- Who's Who -- Glossary -- Maps -- PART 1 The Background -- 1 Roots of the Vietnam War -- The Rise of Vietnamese Nationalism -- The First Indochina War -- The United States and Ngo Dinh Diem -- Johnson's Decisions for War -- PART 2 The Vietnam War -- 2 America Goes to War -- Saigon's Deterioration -- Rolling Thunder -- Making the Commitment -- The Ground War -- Turmoil in the South -- 3 Turning Points -- The Antiwar Movement -- The Debate in Washington -- The Tet Offensive -- The Nation Reconsiders -- Negotiations -- 4 The End of the Tunnel -- Vietnamization -- Cambodia -- Laos -- Negotiations -- Pacification -- The Easter Offensive -- The Paris Agreement -- 5 Conclusion and Legacy -- The American Withdrawal -- The Final Offensives -- Laos and Cambodia -- Impact on the United States -- Impact on Vietnam -- Postwar Debate -- Conclusion -- PART 3 Documents -- 1 The Quagmire Theory of the Vietnam War -- 2 A Revisionist View of the Vietnam War -- 3 An Orthodox, Post-Revisionist View of the Vietnam War -- 4 Roosevelt's Memo to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 24 January 1944 -- 5 The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence -- 6 Economic and Military Aid Urged for Indochina -- 7 The Domino Theory, April 1954 -- 8 The Geneva Accords, 1954 -- 9 The Tonkin Gulf Resolution -- 10 "Aggression from the North -- 11 Hanoi's Negotiating Position -- 12 "A Compromise Solution in South Vietnam -- 13 McNamara Presents Options to President Johnson -- 14 Washington's Negotiating Position -- 15 Letter from Ho Chi Minh to Lyndon Johnson -- 16 CIA Analysis of the Anti-Vietnam War Movement -- 17 North Vietnamese Goals for the Tet Offensive -- 18 Report from Vietnam -- 19 "Peace in Vietnam and Southeast Asia -- 20 South Vietnam's Six Points for Peace -- 21 Silent Majority Speech.
22 The Invasion of Cambodia -- 23 John Kerry Testimony -- 24 South Vietnamese Analysis of the Easter Offensive -- 25 Paris Peace Accords -- 26 President Nixon Promises Postwar Reconstruction -- 27 Resignation Speech of Nguyen Van Thieu -- 28 Le Duan's Victory Speech -- Further Reading -- References -- Index.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- Chronology -- Who's Who -- Glossary -- Maps -- PART 1 The Background -- 1 Roots of the Vietnam War -- The Rise of Vietnamese Nationalism -- The First Indochina War -- The United States and Ngo Dinh Diem -- Johnson's Decisions for War -- PART 2 The Vietnam War -- 2 America Goes to War -- Saigon's Deterioration -- Rolling Thunder -- Making the Commitment -- The Ground War -- Turmoil in the South -- 3 Turning Points -- The Antiwar Movement -- The Debate in Washington -- The Tet Offensive -- The Nation Reconsiders -- Negotiations -- 4 The End of the Tunnel -- Vietnamization -- Cambodia -- Laos -- Negotiations -- Pacification -- The Easter Offensive -- The Paris Agreement -- 5 Conclusion and Legacy -- The American Withdrawal -- The Final Offensives -- Laos and Cambodia -- Impact on the United States -- Impact on Vietnam -- Postwar Debate -- Conclusion -- PART 3 Documents -- 1 The Quagmire Theory of the Vietnam War -- 2 A Revisionist View of the Vietnam War -- 3 An Orthodox, Post-Revisionist View of the Vietnam War -- 4 Roosevelt's Memo to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 24 January 1944 -- 5 The Vietnamese Declaration of Independence -- 6 Economic and Military Aid Urged for Indochina -- 7 The Domino Theory, April 1954 -- 8 The Geneva Accords, 1954 -- 9 The Tonkin Gulf Resolution -- 10 "Aggression from the North -- 11 Hanoi's Negotiating Position -- 12 "A Compromise Solution in South Vietnam -- 13 McNamara Presents Options to President Johnson -- 14 Washington's Negotiating Position -- 15 Letter from Ho Chi Minh to Lyndon Johnson -- 16 CIA Analysis of the Anti-Vietnam War Movement -- 17 North Vietnamese Goals for the Tet Offensive -- 18 Report from Vietnam -- 19 "Peace in Vietnam and Southeast Asia -- 20 South Vietnam's Six Points for Peace -- 21 Silent Majority Speech.

22 The Invasion of Cambodia -- 23 John Kerry Testimony -- 24 South Vietnamese Analysis of the Easter Offensive -- 25 Paris Peace Accords -- 26 President Nixon Promises Postwar Reconstruction -- 27 Resignation Speech of Nguyen Van Thieu -- 28 Le Duan's Victory Speech -- Further Reading -- References -- Index.

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<p> Mitchell K. Hall is Professor of History at Central Michigan University. He is the author of The Emergence of Rock and Roll: The Rise of American Youth Culture (2014) and Crossroads: American Popular Culture and the Vietnam Generation (2005).</p>

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