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The Sorrow of War: A Novel of North Vietnam Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Sorrow of War: A Novel of North Vietnam Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The Sorrow of War: A Novel of North Vietnam by Bao Ninh. It includes a detailed Plot Summary,... More > Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The Sorrow of War: A Novel of North Vietnam.< Less
Gradual Failure: The Air War Over North Vietnam, 1965-1966 By Jacob Van Staaveren
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The air war against North Vietnam was launched with the nickname Rolling Thunder. This book covers the first phase from March 1965 to late 1966. It begins with the planning and execution of two... More > initial limited air strikes, nicknamed Flaming Dart I and II. As the air campaign gradually expanded and the permissible targeting area moved northward, many in Washington believed “air power” could never win the war in the north. The United States Air Force reached its nadir during the opening two years of the Rolling Thunder air campaign in North Vietnam. Never had the Air Force operated with so many restraints and to so little effect. These pages are painful but necessary reading for all who care about the nation's military power. The author served as a historian for over twenty years with the Air Force history program. (Originally published by the Air Force History and Museums Program)< Less
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Vietnam and Cambodia Book_6 By The Demilitarized Zone, Hue City
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Driving from the Central Vietnam to the North through Demilitarized zone. Hue City - Forbidden Purple City, Citadel, Thai Hoa Palace, Teh Mieu Templa, Nine Dynastic Urns, Perfume river boat, Thien Mu... More > Pagoda, Royal Tombs, Dong Ba Market< Less
Vietnam Past and Present By Andrew Forbes, David Henley
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There can be few people in the world that do not know the name, location and recent history of Vietnam. Yet beyond the period of US involvement in what Americans call the 'Vietnam War' how much is... More > really known? Almost no Vietnamese bear a grudge against the USA, but this is less true for China, Vietnam's close neighbor, mentor and rival for more than two thousand years. For example, Vietnamese like to name their streets after what they consider to have been ‘acts of foreign aggression’, and in Hanoi no fewer than 119 streets are named after ‘acts of Chinese and French aggression’. By contrast, just two are named for ‘acts of American aggression'. Based on an intimate personal knowledge of Vietnam extending over two decades, this book explores Hanoi and the North. It leads the reader not just across contemporary Tonkin, but also through its long history, linking the present-day with the distant past. 62,000 words, 81 contemporary images, 38 historical images, 4 maps, Glossary, Bibliography< Less
Vietnam Combat Operations 1972 - 1975 By William E Le Gro
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The years between the signature of the Paris "peace accords" in 1972 and the final collapse of South Vietnam in 1975 are usually neglected. Very often, they are little more than a footnote... More > in histories of the Vietnam War. This does a great disservice to the fighting men of South Vietnam, especially the infantry, Rangers, airborne troops and Marines who fought long, bravely and under great handicaps and hardships in defense of their country. This history of the South Vietnamese armed forces operations between 1972 and 1975 reveals that during 1973 they had the upper hand in conflicts with the North Vietnamese. It was the abrupt end of American economic and material support in 1974 that doomed their efforts and brought about their eventual defeat. This period also saw Soviet and Chinese aid to North Vietnam transform the NVA from a largely light infantry army to a mechanized tank- and artillery-heavy combined arms force that so greatly outgunned the ARVN.< Less
Tactics and Techniques of Electronic Warfare In Vietnam By Stuart Slade, Bernard C. Nalty
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The air campaign mounted against North Vietnam between 1965 and 1972 was the first time that an integrated air defense system based around radar-controlled guns and surface-to-air missiles had been... More > encountered. Proponents of surface-to-air missiles had claimed that their lethality would drive manned aircraft from the battlefield. The U.S. Air Force was hard-pressed to neutralize North Vietnam's radar-controlled defenses, but did prevail and successfully delivered punishing blows during Operation Linebacker II in December 1972. Electronic countermeasures support for the air war against North Vietnam included stand-off jamming, Wild Weasel operations, the use of self-protection pods, and the employment of chaff. Using all these techniques, Linebacker II saw the B-52s of Strategic Air Command facing the most effective air defense system the Soviet Union could provide. The B-52s won; the much-heralded surface-to-air missiles were scoring a lower kill rate than German defenses in World War Two< Less
CEO Guide to Doing Business in Asia (Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Are you a CEO, consultant or entrepreneur interested in entering or expanding your activity in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines’s market? Then this book is for you! The main objective of... More > this book is to provide you with basic knowledge about Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines; an overview of their economy, business culture, potential opportunities and an introduction to other relevant issues. Novice exporters, in particular will find it a useful starting point. Thailand is well placed to offer a gateway to both the ASEAN and Asia-Pacific markets, particularly India and China, many of which offer great business potential; on the other hand Vietnam borders China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west and South China to the east. It has the third-largest population in South-East Asia, over half of which is below the age of 30; while Philippines, boasts a literacy rate of 94.6 per cent among the highest in the region has a highly skilled and educated workforce.< Less
CEO Guide to Doing Business in Asia (Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines) By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Are you a CEO, consultant or entrepreneur interested in entering or expanding your activity in Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines’s market? Then this book is for you! The main objective of... More > this book is to provide you with basic knowledge about Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines; an overview of their economy, business culture, potential opportunities and an introduction to other relevant issues. Novice exporters, in particular will find it a useful starting point. Thailand is well placed to offer a gateway to both the ASEAN and Asia-Pacific markets, particularly India and China, many of which offer great business potential; on the other hand Vietnam borders China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west and South China to the east. It has the third-largest population in South-East Asia, over half of which is below the age of 30; while Philippines, boasts a literacy rate of 94.6 per cent among the highest in the region has a highly skilled and educated workforce.< Less
Threats Posed by North Korea - China's Sword By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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North Korea remains one of the hot spots in 21st century politics. This is one country still subscribing to the traditional Marxist ideology and unwilling to join China, Vietnam, the former Soviet... More > Union and the Eastern European countries in pursuing an open economy based on trade and capitalist practices. The country remains poor and isolated, but has the fifth largest army in the world, and allegedly a few nuclear weapons and the ability to launch them as far as Japan. In this paper, I will make a brief analysis of North Korea’s military capabilities, including its nuclear program and its security implications in Northern Asia and the world, and discuss the characteristics of the country’s faltering economy, which serves as a limit for North Korea’s military buildup and constraints many of the country’s strategies, but probably will not collapse the regime.< Less