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Posted by: xeneize For decades the end of the Vietnam war was almost forgotten, only a few pages in the books whit little military analisys most of the perspectives was from US military . Now is possible make a serious account of the massive NVA assault, whit previously secret vietnamese documents and testimoies avaibles.
Posted on: 01/01/2013 05:50:00

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Posted by: kuvaszsleepybear
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Joined Date: Wednesday, 7 August 2013
Vheck out "Black April:The fall of South Vietnam 1973-75." by George J Veith.
Posted on: 01/01/2013 07:38:00
Posted by: hobbe62
Total Posts: 66
Joined Date: Thursday, 6 October 2011
The book series The Vietnam Experience, published by the Boston Publishing Company in the1980's consist of 25 192-page hardback volumes and is excellent reading and superbly illustrated. The fall of South Vietnam and the years immediately before and after are covered in three titles: The False Peace (Samuel Lipsman and Stephen Weiss) cover the years 1972-74, The Fall of the South (Clark Dougan and David Fulghum) cover the years 1974-75 and The Aftermath (Edward Doyle and Terrence Maitland) cover the years 1975-85.
Posted on: 01/01/2013 13:43:00
Posted by: mrhistory2
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Joined Date: Wednesday, 15 July 2020
maybe a campaign title on the fall of Saigon in 1975?
Posted on: 01/01/2013 19:30:00
Posted by: GI Gene
Total Posts: 78
Joined Date: Saturday, 7 February 2009
That is an excellent idea mrhistory2!
Posted on: 02/01/2013 19:15:00
Posted by: duck88
Total Posts: 21
Joined Date: Saturday, 2 August 2008
I think some follow titles would be interesting as well. How about the Vietnamese defeat of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. And the subsequent invasion of Vietnam by China. China had tens of thousands of casualties, penetrated 90 km into Vietnam and declared victory, then ere promptly pushed out by Vietnam. In forty years Vietnam resisted and pushed out for world powers. Imperial Japan, France, the US and allies, and the PRC. Pretty good record.
Posted on: 19/01/2013 04:47:00
Posted by: Amaral
Total Posts: 200
Joined Date: Friday, 8 March 2013
I am planning a topic about the ARVN forces and the campaigns of 1972 and 1975 and how the Americans abondenned their brave allies and kept spreding false information about their reliability. But I must finish "Angels in Red Hats" first.
Posted on: 25/02/2013 22:19:00

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