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Second, Milam addresses many areas rarely found in books tied to the Vietnam War.
For many reasons, the Vietnam War will remain of interest to us for a very long time.
Readers desiring to learn more about the Vietnam War may be well advised to steer clear of this one.
DEVELOPMENTAL THEORIES APPLIED TO ADOLESCENTS DURING VIETNAM WAR
Afterburner: Naval Aviators and the Vietnam War (New York: New York University Press.
Through his research he's realized that the bitter effects of the Vietnam War are even more far-reaching than he had initially suspected.
The [book and audiobook] cover depicting surfers as well as ghostly soldiers and choppers will draw readers in, and this poignant coming-of-age tale about war in a household as well as 'in country' will resonate with teenage boys struggling with family relationships or wondering what the Vietnam War was really like.
1) To fill this historical lacuna, Damousi interviewed over fifty wives and widows of Australian servicemen who participated in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, to understand their post-war experience of trauma, nostalgia and grief.
More than thirty years before, Jeffry House had made a similar trek to Canada as a Vietnam War draft resister.
As Susan Sontag tells it in Regarding the Pain of Others (2003), it wasn't until the Vietnam War that we could be reasonably certain that photographs from the front weren't setups: Images like the famous shot of children fleeing a napalm attack were simply too horrific to have been engineered, and the horrors therein were confirmed by the competing medium of television.
Welch in August 1965 may be surprising to those old enough to remember the JBS's subsequent cooperation with the great patriotic actor--and Vietnam War supporter--John Wayne.
Homeric legend, draws a parallel with the Vietnam War.
service members missing from all past wars including World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, and the Vietnam War.
Debuting on the 20th anniversary of the Vietnam Memorial, which was marked last November, Jade delivers a sensitive account of black soldiers' experiences during the Vietnam War and the aftermath.
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