The Vietnam War

  title={The Vietnam War},
  author={Peter J. Lowe},
  • P. Lowe
  • Published 1998
  • Political Science
Introduction P.Lowe - Origins and Alternatives: Comments, Counter-facts and Commitments A.Short - Coping with the United States: Hanoi's Search for an Effective Strategy N.V.Tung - South Vietnam N.V.Long - The United States and Vietnam D.L.Anderson - The Anti-Vietnam War Movement in the United States T.Wells - Developing an Alliance: The Soviet Union and Vietnam, 1954-1975 I.V.Gaiduk - China and the Vietnam Wars, 1950-1975 C.Jian - Australia and the Vietnam War C.Bridge - International Aspects… 

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