To Bear Any Burden: The Vietnam War and Its Aftermath in the Words of Americans and Southeast Asians
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Beschreibung"To Bear Any Burden is necessary to understand the most significantaspect of the Indochina wars: the human one." -- Tran Van Dinh, author of BlueDragon White Tiger: A Tet Story
"At least this reader wouldlike to spend hours if not days talking to each of the people within thesepages." -- Jack Reynolds, Network Correspondent, NBC
..".remarkable insight into the human aspect of the war." -- LibraryJournal
The 48 American and Asian veterans, refugees, andofficials who speak in this book come from widely divergent backgrounds. In theirnarratives we hear them reliving crucial moments in the preparation, execution, andaftermath of war. It is a riveting, eyewitness account of the war and also reclaimsfrom this tragic continuum larger patterns of courage and dedication.
InhaltsverzeichnisSection I: April 1975 City of Phantoms, Kassie Neou The River, David Schiacchitano The Victory Parade, Truong Nhu Tang Giai Phong (Liberation), Tran Van Luu Section II: Democrats and Revolutionaries, 1954-1963 Land of the Open Fly, Anne Miller The White House Mission, Gen. Edward Lansdale Revolution, Mrs. Le Thi Anh The nationalist Forces, Ha Thuc Ky Land Reform, Hoang Van Chi The Geneva Conference, Stephen Young The New Republic, Gen. Edward Lansdale Pacification, Rufus Phillips The Seeds of War, Nguyen Tuong Lai The Underground School, Truong Mealy The Barefoot Dancer, Gen. Edward Lansdale Invitation to a Sideshow, Penn Nouth The Scrabble Game, Gen. Edward Lansdale The Third Force, Ha Thuc Ky The Ho Chi Minh Trail, Nguyen Toung Lai The National Liberation Front, Truong Nhu Tang The Chinese Priest, Gen. Edward Lansdale The Forest of Pencils, Anne Miller The Cyclops, Rufus Phillips POW, Dan Pitzer The Short Tour, Chuck Allen Section III: War Without Glory Kennedy's Soldiers, Frank McCarthy The Gathering Storm, Ken Moorefield What is Beautiful, Gen. Lu Mong Lan Self-Deception, Edward Brady the Cherry, Rufus Phillips/Jonathan Polanksy Care Packages, Jim Noonan Leatherneck Square, Adolphus Stuart Rules of Engagement, Mark Berent Soldier of the Revolution, Nguyen Tuong Lai Project Delta, Chuck Allen Counterterror, Gen. Lu Mong Lan The Deserted Village, Adolphus Stuart The Shadow, Nguyen Tuong Lai The Release, Dan Pitzer Psychological Warfare, Truong Nhu Tang Rings of Steel, Rufus Phillips The Duck Pond, David Schiacchitano The Cease-Fire, Tran Van Luu Tactical Victory, Strategic Defeat, Col. Harry Summers Grasping Straws, Peter Braestrup The Tet Photo, Eddie Adams Player Dramatic Teams, Ron Norris Ticket-Punching, Ken Moorefield Body Count, Col. Dennison Lane Maharajas, Gen. Edward Lansdale In Our Own Image, Edward Brady Rice, Adolphus Stuart Village Development, Stephen Young Peace Poems, Mrs. Le Thi Anh Vietnamization, Peter Braestrup The Paris Agreement, Edward Brady The Clairvoyant, Chhang Song Trust, Co. Dennison Lane Reparations, Col. Harry Summerns The Fall of Saigon, Ken Moorefield Section IV: No War, No Peace Pilots in Pajamas, Janis Dodge Holocaust, Berta Romero/Kassie Neou The Coalition Government, Dr. Yang Dao Seminar Camp, Prasith Sayaphon Prisoners of conscience, Ginetta Sagan The Stubborn Guy, Doan Van Toai Juges et Condamnes, Al Santoli The Concert, Doan Van Toai The Discipline House, Tran Tri Vu The Vigil, Mrs. Lu Thi Duc New Economic Zone, Tran Thanh Son Winners and Losers, Col. Harry Summers Promises, Nguyen Cong Hoan Tigers, Hoang Van Chi New Socialist Man, Nguyen Tuong Lai Vietnamization of Cambodia, Prak Savath/Oung Chumnet/Mrs. Keo Vey Section V: Values The Picnic, Jim Noonan The Women's Center, Eve Burton America, Kassie Neou The Doctor From Honduras, Dr. Erwin Parson MIAs, Dan Pitzer Acceptable Level of Casualty, Kay Bosiljevac The Monument, Jim Noonan Horatio at the Bridge, Lt. Col. Michael Andrews The Twilight Zone, Eddie Adams The Dream, Nguyen Cong Hoan Full Circle, Ken Moorefield Chronology Glossary Biographies
PortraitAl Santoli is the author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller Everything We Had, which was nominated for a 1983 American Book Award. He served in Vietnam with the 25th Infantry Division and received three Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star for valor.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: INDIANA UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1999
Seitenanzahl: 374 Seiten