7 edition of Voices from Vietnam found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Contributions||Charlene Edwards (Photographer), Robin Moore (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
The Vietnam War was like no other war, and the era in which it was fought was like no other time. This is the story of the people who lived it, told in their own voices. "A moving tribute to the lingering effects of a painful period in American history""Publishers Weekly". "A high-calibre oral history expressly for young adults""Booklist", starred review. The book tells the story of what happened in Vietnam from the perspectives of the people who experienced it. Barry Denenberg uses the personal narratives of soldiers, politicians, doctors, Vietnamese citizens, activists, and others to inform readers about what happened politically in Vietnam from through This compilation of oral histories brings this time period to .
In the first book to explore the entire range of memoirs, biographies, and group histories published since America's Vietnam POWs returned home, Craig Howes describes how these captives drew upon their national heritage to compose a collective history while still in prison, and how individual POWs have responded to this Official Story. VOICES. Voices: Vietnam at a crossroads. Thomas Maresca. Special for USA TODAY. HO CHI MINH CITY — One of the first stories I ever worked on in Vietnam, almost nine years ago, was a look at how.
Furthermore, many of these accounts focus on combat experiences rather than the backgrounds, belief systems, and social experiences of interviewees, resulting in an incomplete historiography of the war. Chinese native Xiaobing Li corrects this oversight in Voices from the Vietnam War: Stories from American, Asian, and Russian by: 4. Review – Voices from Vietnam. Guest Author - Evelyn Rainey. Overview copied directly from the book’s flap: Between and , the Vietnam War claimed o American lives, many thousands more Allied troops from Australia, New Zealand and South Korea, as well as hundreds of thousands of troops and civilians from North and South.
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Voices of Vietnam is a book about the people in the war effort and the actual war, the book furthers over 50 stories about soldiers and civilians and how the had to survive.
my favorite story is about a first-year Marian who gets ambushed with his /5. "An essential book for anyone writing non-revisionist history of our most propagandized war."―Cybertronian Reviews" "Voices from the Vietnam War is an excellent addition to the historiography and an important work thatCited by: 4.
The book tells the story of what happened in Vietnam from the perspectives of the people who experienced it. Barry Denenberg uses the personal narratives of soldiers, politicians, doctors, Vietnamese citizens, activists, and others to inform readers about what happened politically in Vietnam from through Voices From Vietnam was written by someone who was very young when this war took place, but who was drawn to it and remained dedicated to the understanding of it for the rest of her book is very special because it humanizes both sides and helps us to realize that it was a tragic mistake from the very beginning.5/5(6).
Voices from Vietnam was an excellent book. The stories by soldiers that were once stationed there are detailed, and exciting. The descriptions and the accounts of events make you feel like you were there fighting beside them/5(3).
Black Voices From Vietnam. By Michael Kernan. J There was another guy in our unit who had made it known that he was a card-carrying Ku Klux Klan member. Voices of Vietnam was awarded the America’s Heroes Freedom Honor, the ForeWord Magazine and Benjamin Franklin book awards, the Photography Book of the Year from the American Authors Association, and the Gold Book Award for best photography book of from the Military Writers Association of America.
Vietnam War Portraits: The Faces and Voices. Casemate Publishers. Publication date: Febru ISBN Illustrations: portraits, 44 object images. $ This is not just another book written about the Vietnam War.
Vietnam War Portraits brings together the stories of American Vietnam war veterans as well as South. Voices from Vietnam book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
An unforgettable collection of letters and diary entries wri /5. Book Review: Voices From Vietnam (edited by Michael E.
Stevens): VN VOICES FROM VIETNAM The brainchild of Wisconsin Senator Robert Jauch, a Vietnam veteran who persuaded the state legislature to appropriate$65, toward its publication, Voices From Vietnam is a collection of letters and diary entries from 92 Wisconsin veteransof the Vietnam : Historynet Staff.
Home Bios Photo Gallery Author Tour & Links Order Book & Pictures Go Back Bios Photo Gallery Author Tour & Links Order Book & Pictures Go Back. Vietnam veteran Ralph McKinney talks about his experiences. Voices from Vietnam. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, (OCoLC) Online version: Verrone, Richard Burks.
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Voices from Vietnam. [Barry Denenberg] -- Some personal narratives from people who were involved in the Vietnam War. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Barry Denenberg. Find more information about: ISBN:.
Women bore much of the burden of the Vietnam War but their voices have long been absent from the trove of literature on the topic, says acclaimed author Nguyen Phan Que Mai. Speaking to AFP ahead of the 45th anniversary of the fall of Saigon Thursday, Que Mai says her new novel "The Mountains SingAuthor: Alice PHILIPSON.
The book is Spring Essence, a collection of Balaban's translations of 49 poems by one of Vietnam's premier bards, the 18th century concubine, Ho Xuan Huong. SPOKESPERSON: Thank you very much. Inhe wrote a book about 15 former Pennsbury students who died in the Vietnam War. “Voices of the Vietnam War” is an oral history told by the soldiers who fought, and others who were impacted by the fighting halfway around the world, most especially the parents, wives and siblings who waited at home.
Inhe wrote a book about 15 former Pennsbury students who died in the Vietnam War. “Voices of the Vietnam War” is an oral history told by the soldiers who fought, and others who were.
Voices from Vietnam. Viet Thanh Nguyen’s first novel explores the Vietnam War through the lens of his conflicted protagonist, an American-educated spy for the Viet Cong. By Susan Bell.
Vietnam Mailbag - Voices From The War. likes 4 talking about this. Nancy’s book is a must read for all people — veterans and non-veterans alike. Followers:. Voices of the Vietnam War is an oral history told by the soldiers who fought, and others who were impacted by the fighting halfway around the word, most especially the wives and sibling who waited at home.
This book listens to two people who were against the war and had to take their own philosophical stand, often agains their own families and friends. VIETNAM VOICES. NAM The Vietnam War in the Words of the Men and Women Who Fought There. and the fact that the stories are not cleaned up adds to the book's power.
Mr. Baker's.You can also meet Nancy and purchase your copy of Vietnam Mailbag: Voices From the War, at one of these book-signings. Click here for the schedule. Vietnam Mailbag: Voices From the War, can also be ordered online. Read More.