3 edition of Reflection On Vietnam found in the catalog.
February 9, 2004 by Authorhouse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||140|
Has published several big books on the Vietnam War, I have one at my desk, it's about that thick and it's packed with useful information. So we . Book Reflections – The Boat by Nam Le. This month for book group we read The Boat by Australian author Nam Le. I expected a novel but instead I was pleasantly surprised by a set of unconnected short stories. I know that I often highly praise writers but I have to praise Nam Le highly! Le takes my breath away.
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"One of the most extensive and moving accounts of the experience of young Americans sent to war in Vietnam that I have read. Vietnam Reflections captures the lives and times of the soldiers from Holley in exquisite detailand with enormous sensitivity"/5(4).
These are the reflections of a well-educated leader for any age, yet an experienced Navy pilot in his post-captive years as a POW during the Vietnam Stockdale makes clear throughout this book the differences between enlightened leadership and the business ethos permeating the Pentagon after even reveals early censorship and manipulation of "facts" by TV and print media Cited by: 4.
In his Reflections on the Vietnam War: A Fifty-Year Journey, Warren E. Hunt chronicles his long struggle to come to grips with the meaning of the Vietnam War and how it affected him before, during and after his tour in Vietnam with the : CreateSpace Publishing.
Vietnam Reflections is a haunting account of the effects of the Vietnam War. Written with such vivid imagery and detail, the reader will feel every heartbeat, every squash of a soldier's boot in the Delta Rice Paddy, and will hear the whistling of incoming rounds as they find their mark/5.
Reflections on the Wall: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Hardcover – March 1, by Edward Clinton Ezell (Author, Introduction) › Visit Amazon's Edward Clinton Ezell Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
/5(3). If you like gripping, authentic accounts of life and combat during the Vietnam War, then you won’t want to miss Mongoose Bravo: Vietnam: A Time of Reflection Over Events So Long Ago. Grab your copy today/5(20).
Reflecting on the meanings of the Vietnam War to the Vietnamese people themselves—particularly to those in exile—Lam picks with searing honesty at the roots of his doubleness and his parents’ longing for a homeland that no longer by: Start your review of A Vietnam Experience: Ten Years of Reflection A collection of speeches, op ed pieces, and articles for journals, that are repetitive and some somewhat dated or overtaken by events to be of great interest.
Very little of his remarkable experience as a 4/5. Why you should know how to write a reflection paper on a book Writing reflection papers on books is important because it enables students to evaluate their experiences after reading books.
When you know how to write a reflection paper, you can easily compose one analytically when required to do so. The Thundering Herd by John E. Peltier. The Richard Boes Memorial Award goes to John E. Peltier for his book The Thundering Herd (ISBN ). The award is a $ cash prize for best debut book by a veteran (fiction or memoir) and is sponsored by Modern History contest is administered by Reader Views Inc., which includes a general book award contest as well.
Sorley is the author of several books, including Arms Transfers Under Nixon, Thunderbolt: General Creighton Abrams and the Army of his Times, and the acclaimed, A Better War: The Unexamined Victories and Final Tragedy of Americaâ€™s Last Years in Vietnamâ€”a work which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
Phantom Reflections is exactly that: a reflection of a Phantom pilot’s service during the Vietnam War, preceded and followed by brief recountings of what brought him there and what followed afterward. Perhaps the book’s most important message is in its final chapter, where the author discusses what he learned about high-level decision making when he was stationed at the Office of the Secretary of.
Reflections on the Vietnam War by Warren E. Hunt, $ PB, $ Kindle, pp, As the Vietnam generation now ages and new generations enter the world and consider the Vietnam War as so much ancient history, Warren Hunt's memoir will be of immense benefit, and will continue to be of historical benefit in the future.
PFC Franklin Miller arrived in Vietnam in Marchand saw his first combat in a Reconnaissance Platoon. So began an odyssey that would make him into one of the most feared and respected men in the Special Forces elite, who made their own rules in the chaos of war/5. 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Marmalade - Reflections of My Life - Vietnam Vets YouTube "REFLECTIONS OF MY LIFE" THE MARMALADE ~ - original recording ~ HQ AUDIO.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Reflections On The Vietnam War by General Cao Van Vien, Lt. Gen. Dong Van Khuyen | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Author: General Cao Van Vien.
More than a dozen Vietnam War veterans from the central Illinois area recount their tours of duty including ground and air combat, the fighting environment, their living conditions, coping with. REFLECTIONS ON VIETNAM: A BOOK OF POEMS. The poems in this book tell the tale of how a man has tried to cope with PTSD in his everyday life.
These poems where written so that the reader can understand the pain that is carry in ones life. The reader can understand the visions of war that are a part of man’s everyday life.
The Marmalade - Reflections of My Life - Vietnam Vets - Duration: joltinjack 7, views. Reflection on Vietnam: Revised Edition.
by Guy L. Jones. The poems in this book tell the tale of how a man has tried to cope with PTSD in his everyday life. These poems where written so that the reader can understand the pain that is carry in ones life. The reader can understand the visions of war that are a part of man's everyday : I won this book as a goodreads giveaway.
I really enjoyed this book. The author does a wonderful job of giving the history of each war period prior to recounting the veterans' reflection of that time period.
I liked the way Graser added his own personal memories to the reflections and added personal memories that the reader could connect to/5. [This article originally appeared in the March issue of Nieman Reports.] God knows we are not perfect as professionals.
To be honest, after eight years of covering the Vietnam War, after grinding out those thousands of words and seeing many of them build into big, black, bloody headlines; after agonizing over what to write and when to write it; after talking it all over with publishers.
Reflections on the Vietnam War: Things Warriors Know This Veterans Day weekend, Truthdig republishes a reflection by Vietnam War veteran Ron Kovic Author: Ron Kovic. The Paperback of the Reflections About the Vietnam War by Nghia M. Vo at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. The purpose of this book is to retrace the path of the South Vietnamese in history, and throughout the Vietnam War, and to redefine the nature of South Vietnamese nationalism.
Reflections of : Nghia M. Reflection on Vietnam by Guy L Jones. Hardcover (REV) $ Reflections on the War. From a psychiatric hospital, Peter Stonehouse, late of Sandhomen University, grapples with his family history as he edits a collection of manuscripts written during the last stages of the War of View Product [ x ] close.
BOOK CLUB. Ten Pages: Mr. Hornecker fails to understand that the book is not about the battle itself but the aftermath.
Over 80% of the 2d battalion, 7th Cavalry, were killed or wounded. The book title, Reflections on LZ Albany, indicates it is a retrospective/5(14).
Reflections on an Era. Nick Mills, Senior Writer of The American Experience in Vietnam: Reflections on an Era. Nick Mills (at right), during his tour of duty in Vietnam. Never has a war been looked back on by so many. More books have been written about the Vietnam War than any other American war—more than thirty thousand and counting.
this book exceeded my expectations in retelling the stories of vietnamese diaspora. i gave 4 stars instead of 5 stars because the book is a collection of essays, and since each is written with the author's background, repeated several times, i now remember he's left vietnam in 4/5.
Get this from a library. Triumph or tragedy: reflections on Vietnam. [Richard N Goodwin] -- Examination of American participation in the war. This film uses Vietnam veterans, not so much as eyewitnesses to a war that we don’t know about—as they were, of course, during the war years—but as props for rewriting the lost-war story into a coming-home-to-the-war-at-home narrative, the story that the real war was the one lost at Columbia, in Ann Arbor, Madison, and Berkeley.
Reflections On The Vietnam War. by General Cao Van Vien,Lt. Gen. Dong Van Khuyen. Indochina Monographs (Book 7) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Normanby Press.
The Vietnam War is one of the most debated topics of the twentieth century "this is reflected in the endless amount of books, articles, documentaries, and Hollywood productions that have emerged about the. On Sunday, Sept. 17, PBS will begin airing “The Vietnam War,” a part, hour documentary by Ken Burns and his creative partner Lynn Novick.
For those of you interested in books Author: Susan Ellingwood. An excerpt from David’s book, “An Office in Hell”, appeared in the anthology More Than A Memory: Reflections of Viet Nam published by Modern History Press.
In recent years he trained as a TIR facilitator, wrote a workbook for people dealing with post traumatic stress disorder, and was planning on attending and presenting at the Triumph or tragedy: reflections on Vietnam.
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While the killing game goes on 10, kilometers away, newspapers and television the world over revel in sensationalistic images of an intolerable carnage to which the public is becoming increasingly habituated. The following review appeared in the April issue of The VVA Veteran: “More Than a Memory: Reflections of Viet Nam (Modern History Press, pp., $, paper) is an anthology of essays, stories, and poems by fifteen Vietnam veterans.
There is a wide range of material here, all well worth reading. That includes an excellent essay, “Whatever You Did in War Will Always Be With You. Make Offer - Reflections Lee Teter Military Vietnam Memorial Wall Honoring Veterans Art Print Reflections by Lee Teter () - UNFRAMED Vietnam Memorial Print - NO PIN HOLES $ You will find lyrics from that song cited in the first chapter of Mr.
Hunt's self-published page book Reflections on the Vietnam War: A Year Journey ($). Telephone lines were opened for viewer comments on the 25th anniversary of the Vietnam War. Also, clips were shown from episodes of C-SPAN Booknotes featuring Neil Sheehan who wrote [A Bright.
The Things They Carried () is a collection of linked short stories by American novelist Tim O'Brien, about a platoon of American soldiers fighting on the ground in the Vietnam third book about the war, it is based upon his experiences as a soldier in the 23rd Infantry Division. O'Brien generally refrains from political debate and discourse regarding the Vietnam : Tim O'Brien."The Vietnam War was an unusual and complex experience.
Directed and sustained by Communist North Vietnam under the label of national liberation, it combined the elements of insurgency and conventional warfare.
It began with guerrilla tactics but developed into and concluded with open invasion. The following is a recollections on the end of the Vietnam War originally published in the May, issue of Proceedings under the original title, Reflections on Vietnam.