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  • Anderson, David L. Columbia Guide to the Vietnam War (2004)
  • Andradé, Dale.Ashes to ăshes: The phoenix Program and the Vietnam War. Mas: Lexingtons Books, 1990.
  • __TRial by Fire. The 1972 Easter Offensive. America's Last Viêtnam Battle. NY.Hippocrene Book, 1995.
  • Asseline, Pierre. A Bitter Peace.: Washington, Hanoi, and the Making of Paris Agreement.. Chapel Hìll.NC, The Univ. of North of Carolina Press, 2002.
  • Angio, Joe. Nixon a Presidency Revealed (2007) The History Channel television documentary
  • Baker, Kevin. "Stabbed in the Back! The past and future of a right-wing myth," Harper's Magazine (June, 2006) [15]

  • Berman, Larry. Lyndon Johnson's War: The Road to Stalemate (1991).
  • Blaufarb, Douglas. The Counterinsurgency Era (1977) a history of the Kennedy Administration's involvement in South Vietnam.
  • Brigham, Robert K. Battlefield Vietnam: A Brief History a PBS interactive website
  • Bergerud, Eric M. Red Thunder, Tropic Lightning: The World of a Combat Division in Vietnam (1993). Excellent descriptions and recollections; good teaching resource.
  • Buzzanco, Bob. "25 Years After End of Vietnam War: Myths Keep Us From Coming To Terms With Vietnam," The Baltimore Sun (April 17, 2000) [16]

  • Cable, Larry E. Conflict of Myths: The Development of American Counterinsurgency Doctrine and the Vietnam War (1986)
  • Cable, Larry. Unholy Grail: The U.S. and the Wars in Vietnam (1991)
  • Carland, John M., Stemming the Tide: Combat Operations May 1965 to October 1966 (2000) CMH Pub. 91-5-1. excellent official Army history
  • Carter, Jimmy. By The President Of The United States Of America, A Proclamation Granting Pardon For Violations Of The Selective Service Act, August 4, 1964 To March 28, 1973 (January 21, 1977) [12]
  • Church, Peter ed. A Short History of South-East Asia (2006).
  • Cooper, Chester L. The Lost Crusade: America in Vietnam (1970) a Washington insider's memoir of events.
  • Davidson, Phillip B. Vietnam at War: The History, 1946-1975 (1988), good military history; strong on Giap's strategy
  • Demma, Vincent H. "The U.S. Army in Vietnam." American Military History (1989) the official history of the United States Army. Available online
  • Dinh, Linh, ed. Night, Again: Contemporary Fiction from Vietnam (1996) translations of 13 short stories
  • Duiker, William J. The Communist Road to Power in Vietnam (1996).
  • Duncanson, Dennis J. Government and Revolution in Vietnam (1968).
  • Fincher, Ernest Barksdale, The Vietnam War (1980).
  • Ford, Harold P. CIA and the Vietnam Policymakers: Three Episodes, 1962–1968. (1998).
  • Gerdes, Louise I. ed. Examining Issues Through Political Cartoons: The Vietnam War (2005).
  • George L. MacGarrigle, Combat Operations: Taking the Offensive, October 1966 to October 1967 (1998) excellent official Army history
  • Hammond, William. Public Affairs: The Military and the Media, 1962–1968 (1987);
  • Herring, George. "American Strategy in Vietnam: The Postwar Debate." Military Affairs (1982) 46 : 57-63.
  • Hess, Gary R. "The Military Perspective on Strategy in Vietnam." Diplomatic History (Win 1986) 10: 91-106
  • Herring, George C. America's Longest War: The United States and Vietnam, 1950–1975 (4th ed 2001), most widely used short history.
  • Hitchens, Christopher. The Vietnam Syndrome.
  • Ho, Chi Minh. "Vietnam Declaration of Independence," Selected Works. (1960-1962) selected writings
  • Huong, Duong Thu. Novel Without a Name (1996), about disenchanted North Vietnamese soldier. reviews
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. Mandate for Change. (1963) a presidential political memoir
  • Karnow, Stanley. Vietnam: A History (1983), popular history by a former foreign correspondent; strong on Saigon's plans.
  • Kelley, Michael P., Where We Were in Vietnam: A Comprehensive Guide to the Firebases, Military Installations and Naval Vessels of the Vietnam War, 1945-1975 (2002) useful geographical guide to 10,000 locations
  • Kimball, Jeffrey. Nixon's Vietnam War (1998), major study, harsh tone; argues Nixon pretended to be a madman to confuse his foes.
  • Kissinger, Henry
  • __White House Years (1979) covers 1969-73
  • __Years of Upheaval (1982) covers 1973-74
  • __Years of Renewal (1999) covers 1974-77
  • __Ending the Vietnam War (2003) Read Chapter 1
  • __Diplomacy (1994) offers a broad interpretation. 1997 speech
  • Krepinevich, Andrew W. Jr. The Army and Vietnam (1986), influential critical study
  • Latham, Michael E. Modernization As Ideology: American Social Science and 'Nation-Building' in the Kennedy Era (2000).
  • Kim A. O'Connell, ed. Primary Source Accounts of the Vietnam War (2006)
  • Kissinger, United States Secretary of State Henry A. "Lessons on Vietnam," (1975) secret memoranda to U.S. President Ford [14]
  • Kolko, Gabriel. Anatomy of a War (1985), major synthesis; best of the pro-Hanoi histories.
  • Kutler, Stanley ed. Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War (1996).
  • LeMay, General Curtis E. and Kantor, MacKinley. Mission with LeMay (1965) autobiography of controversial former Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force.
  • Lewy, Guenter. America in Vietnam (1978), defends U.S. actions.
  • Marshall, Kathryn. In the Combat Zone: An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam, 1966–1975 (1987)
  • Martin, John Bartlow. Was Kennedy Planning to Pull out of Vietnam? (1964) oral history for the John F. Kennedy Library, tape V, reel 1
  • Matthews, Lloyd J. and Dale E. Brown. eds. Assessing the Vietnam War (1987), good collection of military perspectives

  • McCain, John. Faith of My Fathers: A Family Memoir (1999) the Senator was a POW
  • McMahon, Robert J. Major Problems in the History of the Vietnam War: Documents and Essays (1995) textbook
  • McNamara, Robert, James Blight, Robert Brigham, Thomas Biersteker, Herbert Schandler, Argument Without End: In Search of Answers to the Vietnam Tragedy, (Public Affairs, 1999).
  • Mitchell K. Hall, The Vietnam War (2007) 168 pages; short survey
  • Moise, Edwin E. Historical Dictionary of the Vietnam War (2002).
  • Moore, Harold G. and Joseph Galloway. We Were Soldiers Once...And Young: Ia Drang--The Battle That Changed the War in Vietnam (1993) narrative of first major American battle; basis of movie
  • Moss, George D. Vietnam (4th ed 2002) textbook.

  • Morrison, Wilbur H. The Elephant and the Tiger: The Full Story of the Vietnam War (1990)

  • Moyar, Mark. Triumph Forsaken: The Vietnam War, 1954-1965, (Cambridge University Press; 412 pages; 2006). A revisionist history that challenges the notion that U.S. involvement in Vietnam was misguided; defends the validity of the domino theory and disputes the notion that Ho Chi Minh was, at heart, a nationalist who would eventually turn against his Communist Chinese allies.
  • Myers, Thomas. Walking Point: American Narratives of Vietnam (1988)
  • Major General Spurgeon Neel. Medical Support of the U.S. Army in Vietnam 1965–1970 (Department of the Army 1991) official medical history; online complete text
  • Nixon, Richard. RN (1977), essential memoirs
  • Palmer, Bruce, Jr. The Twenty-Five Year War (1984), narrative military history by a senior U.S. general.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. "Franklin Roosevelt Memorandum to Cordell Hull." (1995) in Major Problems in American Foreign Policy
  • Savage, Paul L. and Richard A. Gabriel. "Cohesion and Disintegration in the American Army." Armed Forces and Society 2 (May 1976): 340-76, controversial article exaggerated the breakdown
  • Sharp U. S. G. and W. C. Westmoreland. Report on the War in Vietnam (as of 30 June 1968) (1968) official report by top commanders.

  • Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr.Robert Kennedy and His Times. (1978) a first hand account of the Kennedy administration by one of his principle advisors
  • Schulzinger, Robert D. A Time for War: The United States and Vietnam, 1941–1975 (1997).
  • Serewicz, Lawrence W. ''America at the Brink of Empire: Rusk, Kissinger, And the Vietnam War'' (2007)
  • Siff, Ezra Y. Why the Senate Slept (1999). Passage of Tonkin Gulf Resolution in 1964
  • Sinhanouk, Prince Norodom. "Cambodia Neutral: The Dictates of Necessity." Foreign Affairs.(1958) describes the geopolitical situation of Cambodia
  • Small, Melvin. The Presidency of Richard Nixon (1999), good overview.

  • Spector, Ronald. After Tet: The Bloodiest Year in Vietnam (1992), very broad coverage of 1968.
  • Sun Tzu. The Art of War. (1963), ancient military treatise
  • Tucker, Spencer. ed. Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War (1998) 3 vol. reference set; also one-volume abridgement (2001).
  • Vann, John Paul Quotes from Lt. Colonel, U.S. Army, DFC, DSC, advisor to the ARVN 7th Division, early critic of the conduct of the war.
  • Witz, James J. The Tet Offensive: Intelligence Failure in War (1991).
  • Woods, Randall Bennett
  • "Dixie's Dove: J. William Fulbright, the Vietnam War, and the American South." Journal of Southern History 60 (Aug 1994): 533-52.
  • Fulbright: A Biography (1995)
  • Xiaoming, Zhang. "China's 1979 War With Vietnam: A Reassessment," China Quarterly. Issue no. 184, (December, 2005) [17]
  • Young, Marilyn, B. The Vietnam Wars: 1945–1990. (1991).
  • Ziemke, Caroline F. "Senator Richard Russell and the 'Lost Cause' in Vietnam, 1954-1968," Georgia Historical Quarterly (1988) 72: 30-71. Powerful Senator who switched from dove to hawk


  • Central Intelligence Agency. "Laos," CIA World Factbook [13]
  • Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy. (1961)
  • International Agreement on the Neutrality of Laos. (1962)
  • Public Affairs: The Military and the Media, 1068–1973 (1995). full-scale history of the war by U.S. Army; much broader than title suggests. (1966) official documents of U.S. presidents.
  • The Pentagon Papers (Gravel ed. 5 vol 1971); combination of narrative and secret documents compiled by Pentagon. excerpts
  • U.S. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the United States (multivolume collection of official secret documents) vol 1: 1964; vol 2: 1965; vol 3: 1965; vol 4: 1966;
  • U.S. Department of Defense and the House Committee on Armed Services.U.S.-Vietnam Relations, 1945–1967. Washington, DC. Department of Defense and the House Committee on Armed Services, 1971, 12 volumes.
  • Aninomous. We Had to Destroy it in Order to Save it.[11] infamous quote from unidentified
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