The Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War: A Political, Social, and Military History, Volumes 1-4

The Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War: A Political, Social, and Military History, Volumes 1-4

Spencer Tucker


The Vietnam warfare lasted greater than a decade, used to be the longest struggle in U.S. background, and price the lives of approximately 60,000 American squaddies, in addition to thousands of Vietnamese—many of whom have been uninvolved civilians. the teachings discovered from this tragic clash proceed to have nice relevance in today's world.

Now in its moment version, The Encyclopedia of the Vietnam warfare: A Political, Social, and army History provides a complete extra quantity of entries to the already exhaustive first version, making it the main accomplished reference to be had approximately probably the most debatable occasions in U.S. heritage.

Written to supply multidimensional views into the clash, it covers not just the yank event in Vietnam, but additionally the whole scope of Vietnamese historical past, together with the French event and the Indochina struggle, in addition to the origins of the clash, how the USA turned concerned, and the wide aftermath of this lengthy warfare. It additionally offers the main entire and actual order of conflict ever released, dependent upon information compiled from Vietnamese resources. This most modern unlock offers much more of what readers have come to count on from the editorship of Spencer C. Tucker and the army heritage specialists at ABC-CLIO.

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