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  • 5th Bn. 4th Arty. 1st Brigade 5th Infantry Division(160 clicks)
    Vietnam Red Devils
  • A Tribute to Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr.(130 clicks)
    "Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr., was a soldier, scholar, military analyst, writer, editor and friend."
  • America in Vietnam(193 clicks)
    A book by Dr. John Guilmartin
  • Anti-Vietnam War Protests in the San Francisco Bay Area & Beyond(148 clicks)
  • Anti-War Movement in the United States(192 clicks)
    by Mark Barringer
  • Bibliography of the Vietnam War(132 clicks)
  • Books on Vietnam War(160 clicks)
    Military Reading List recommends books on the Vietnam War. Links to other wars as well.
  • Combat Area Casualties Current File (1957-1989), ordering(123 clicks)
    "The Center for Electronic Records, National Archives, reproduces and distributes copies of the Combat Area Casualties Current File (1957-1989). This file contains records with final data on U.S. military personnel who died as a result of hostilities (killed in action, died from wounds, died while missing, or died while captured) or other causes (died from injury or illness, nonhostile; died from other non-hostile causes; died while missing, non-hostile) in Cambodia, Communist China, Laos, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, or Thailand during the conflict in Southeast Asia."
  • Combat Tracker Teams(175 clicks)
    "The Combat Tracker Teams of the Viet Nam War, were small, highly-trained units usually consisting of four men and a Labrador Retriever. They were a composite group and cross-trained, enabling all members to complete the mission."
  • Congress, the President, and the Battle of Ideas: Vietnam Policy, 1965-1969(153 clicks)
  • Good Morning Vietnam(134 clicks)
    Interview: Flavie Hugh Ellison II; Interviewer: Betty Dotson Lewis; Date: March 13, 2002 10:30 am
  • History of Vietam and the Vietnam War(138 clicks)
    "This site offers much reading and research on Vietnam during its war years, as well as history on its development as a nation. You can read how its army was developed and how it fought. It includes unit history of Marines, Army, Navy and Air Force units that participated in the Vietnam War. A section is devoted to the Tet Offensive of 1968, one of the most misunderstood battles of the war."
  • LBJ and Vietnam: A Conversation(144 clicks)
  • Letters to Ngo Dinh Diem(129 clicks)
    Written by Eisenhower in 1954 and Kennedy in 1961.
  • Marines' Mighty Midget Over Vietnam(127 clicks)
    Douglas A-4 Skyhawks provided vital close air support for ground forces in Vietnam.
  • Mohawks in Vietnam(131 clicks)
    Role of these helicopter in the Vietnam War.
  • Nam Vet, Vol. 5, Number 10 (October 24, 1991)(127 clicks)
    Vietnam vets's electronic newsletter. Rare copy.
  • Nam Viet, Vol. 4, Number 1 (November 11, 1991)(123 clicks)
    rare copy of electronic newsletter.
  • Nam Viet, Vol. 5, Number 9 (September 17, 1991)(126 clicks)
    Rare copy of an electronic Vietnam veterans newsletter.
  • Research on Soul Alley & Plantation Rd.(126 clicks)
    TedTV a Houston based video production company is working on it's next documentary entitled, "Soul Alley," which focuses on the life of AWOL vets during the Vietnam War who lived on Soul Alley and Plantation Rd in Saigon near the Tan Son Nhut airbase. Please visit the Soul Alley club site to enter information that may help in the research of this documentary.
  • Soviet Involvement in the Vietnam War(125 clicks)
    Associated Press story.
  • The Bitter End(122 clicks)
    by Col. Harry G. Summers, Jr. in the magazine Vietnam.
  • The Coming of Age: The Role of the Helicopter in the Vietnam War(145 clicks)
    By Herbert Lepore. Presented to the Mid-America Conference on History, 17-19 September 1992, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
  • The Myth of the War Makers(122 clicks)
    "While the military is responsible for fighting a war, its civilian superiors not only wage war but also determine how it will be fought."
  • The Pentagon Papers(140 clicks)
    By Colonel William Wilson, U.S. Army (ret.). "The infamous Pentagon Papers give insights into the Johnson administration's thinking on the Vietnam War."
  • The Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association(153 clicks)
    Dedicated to the people who flew military helicopters in the Vietnam War.
  • The Vietnam Veterans Oral History and Folklore Project Web(141 clicks)
    Lydia Fish's excellent site.
  • The Vietnam War Declassification Project(122 clicks)
    "To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of Phnom Penh and Saigon, the staff of the Gerald R. Ford Library reviewed for possible declassification nearly 40,000 pages of National Security Adviser files. This exhibit illustrates the wealth of material now available for research."
  • The Virtual Wall(175 clicks)
    "Since March, 1997, the Virtual Wall has honored the 58,220 men and women named on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Each name or photo on our index pages links to a personal memorial, either on this site or on personal web sites elsewhere."
  • The Wars for Viet Nam(133 clicks)
    Primary documents and analyses
  • The Withdrawal From Khe Sanh(124 clicks)
    "Two months after withstanding the most ferocious siege of the Vietnam War, Khe Sanh was abandoned to the enemy."
  • U.S. Marines in Vietnam: Vietnamization and Redeployment, 1970-1971(162 clicks)
    Book from eHidtory
  • Under Fire: Images from Vietnam(131 clicks)
  • Vietnam Era: Music(145 clicks)
  • Vietnam Interactive Portfolio(124 clicks)
    By E. Kenneth Hoffman. Photos of Children, Montagnard Tribesmen, Military, Vietnamese People, Protest, et cetera, Shrines
  • Vietnam Memorial Database(130 clicks)
    From Everton Publishers. Searchable database.
  • Vietnam Project(156 clicks)
    The mission of the Vietnam Project at Texas Tech University is to support and encourage research and education regarding all aspects of the American Vietnam experience; promoting a greater understanding of this experience and the peoples and cultures of Southeast Asia. Its functions are threefold: collection and preservation of pertinent source material; education through exhibits, classroom instruction, educational programs, and publications; and encouragement of scholarly research through exchanges, publishing of noteworthy research, symposia, and financial support.
  • Vietnam Veterans Newsletter(129 clicks)
  • Vietnam Veterans Oral History and Folklore Project's bibliography(149 clicks)
  • Vietnam Wall Controversy(146 clicks)
    How should we remember a war that we "lost"? You may have been tear-choked as you touched or watched others touch "the Wall" at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the most visited war memorial in our nation's capital. Yet, this seemingly god-given shrine wears political feet of clay, and behind it lies a fierce controversy that re-opened the wounds of the war the memorial was designed to heal. Experience the evolution of the Vietnam Wall controversy by reading through a chronological list of documents divided into five rounds:
  • Vietnam War(127 clicks)
  • Vietnam War Bibliography(151 clicks)
    Extensive bibliography by Edwin E. Mo´se.
  • Vietnam War home movie of Subic Bay, Philippines re-supply trip, 1966-6(141 clicks)
  • Vietnam War Internet Project(123 clicks)
    "Providing information and documents about the various Indochina Wars and to the collection and electronic publication on the web of oral histories and memoirs of both those who served in and those who opposed those conflicts."
  • Vietnam War Veterans Page(124 clicks)
    A variety of information and services.
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  • Visiting Yards(126 clicks)
    "Visiting Montagnard villages for evidence of the bubonic plague, a civilian entomologist gained insights into both their culture and his own."
  • VWAR-L(130 clicks)
    Listserv for Vietnam Vets
  • Walking in Charlie's Land(120 clicks)
    Essay about songs by Lydia Fish.
  • War Stories: A Sailor Remembers the Vietnam War(132 clicks)
    A brief memoir.
  • What Price Allies?(115 clicks)
    "When it came to Ferdinand Marcos and the Philippines, President Lyndon Johnson's quest for "More Flags" came at an exorbitant price."
  • White Shirts and Ties(123 clicks)
    "Data Processing Goes to War with IBM's Bachelor Computer Experts."
  • Wounded Four Times in Vietnam, Jim Morris(118 clicks)
    "Wounded four times in Vietnam and now a chronicler of that war, Jim Morris is still proud of his service there."
  • Writing Vietnam(118 clicks)
    At a conference "nationally recognized writers of fiction, memoir, poetry, journalism, and biography read from and discussed their works based on their experiences in the Vietnam War."
  • ZULU Platoon's Final Fight(115 clicks)
    "The SEAL platoon wanted revenge for a wounded comrade. What they almost got was their own annihilation."