|Statement||R.B. Smith. Vol.2, The struggle for South-East Asia, 1961-65.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||441|
In The Vietnam War, Mark Atwood Lawrence draws upon the latest research in archives around the world to offer readers a superb account of a key moment in U.S. as well as global history. While focusing on American involvement between and , Lawrence offers an unprecedentedly complete picture of all sides of the war, notably by examining Author: Mark Atwood Lawrence. "Hanoi's War is first-rate. The scope is ambitious The value of Hanoi's War is its use of existing records to produce a new interpretation of Hanoi's struggle. It adds a valuable new chapter to the international history of the war."--Journal of Military History "Stunning. The Vietnam War remains a topic of extraordinary interest, not least because of striking parallels between that conflict and more recent fighting in the Middle East. In The Vietnam War, Mark Atwood Lawrence draws upon the latest research in archives around the world to offer readers a superb account of a key moment in U.S. as well as global history.5/5(2). The Vietnam War remains a topic of extraordinary interest, especially in light of the invasion of Iraq. In The Vietnam War, Mark Lawrence offers readers a superb short account of this key moment in U.S. as well as world history, based on the latest European and American research and on newly opened archives in China, Russia, and Vietnam.
An interesting, well-written book on the Vietnam War from an international perspective, something most American histories of the war fail to appreciate. North Vietnam comes off as a puzzle in most of those histories, but Nguyen does a great job fleshing their role out/5. This is probably the best one-volume history of the Vietnam War currently available, and the best introduction to the topic. The most important shift in the study of the Vietnam War in the last odd years has been the opening of an international perspective/5. Hanoi’s War: An International History of the War for Peace in Vietnam by Lien-Hang T. Nguyen, The University of North Carolina Press, For years the manner in which Hanoi waged its war—militarily, politically, diplomatically—and the leaders of that war have confounded historians. Americans and other Westerners call it simply “the Vietnam War,” but the fighting that took place in Vietnam between and has many names. The Vietnamese call it the “American War” to distinguish it from confrontations with other foreign enemies during .
The Vietnam War was a long, costly and divisive conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam against South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States. Imperialism and Colonialism. The Vietnam War has roots in Vietnam’s centuries of domination by imperial and colonial powers—first China, which ruled ancient Vietnam, and then France, which took control of Vietnam in the late s and established French the early s, nationalist movements emerged in Vietnam, demanding more self-governance and less French influence. Description. The Vietnam War: An International History in Documents places America's most controversial conflict in a broad, international context that reflects the experiences of North and South Vietnam, China, and European nations, as well as the United States. Featuring newly available material, this brief collection of primary-source documents includes several never-before published and. The Vietnam War remains a topic of extraordinary interest, not least because of striking parallels between that conflict and more recent fighting in the Middle East. In The Vietnam War, Mark Atwood Lawrence draws upon the latest research in archives around the world .