Rethinking the Vietnam War/ John Dumbrell.Publication details: Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.Description: xiii, 295 p. : mapISBN:
- 9780333984918 (pbk.)
- 959.704 3 Q2
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Machine generated contents note: -- Rethinking the Vietnam War The Developing War Lyndon Johnson's War The Tet Offensive Nixon's War The Antiwar Movement The Military Dimension Understanding the Vietnamese Revolution Endings and Reverberations.
"This incisive new text provides a broad-ranging reassessment of the Vietnam war and its political and historical significance for America, Vietnam itself, their allies, the region and the world. John Dumbrell re-examines recurrent myths and assumptions and highlights areas of dispute still outstanding today"--