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26644.) ->Pacific Affairs, spring 2004. PB:University of British Columbia: , 2004. 164 pgs., $2.5 Wraps journal, a

20228.) ->Reflections of Vietnam and Beyond, Charter Issue. PB:Reflections, Inc.: Chanhassen, MN, 1986. 58
pgs., $10 Wraps, a magazine, inscribed by editor, a v/g copy. A magazine that encluraged vets to reflect on their
war experiences. Cover blurb that it is a magazine where the reader is the writer.

3272.) ->The Congressional Medal of Honor Library: Vietnam, The Names, The Deeds. PB:Dell Publishing Co.:
New York, 1986. 1st Edition 238 pgs., $7.5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. This work was extracted from 'The
Congressional Medal of Honor.' Historical background of the Medal of Honor award prepared by Sharp and
Dunnigan Publications in 1984.
25987.) ->Vietnam Courier, No. 11 1985. PB:: Hanoi, 1985. 32 pgs., $5 Wraps, a v/g copy. Special article by
Truong Chinh on Forty Years of Struggle and Victory.

20135.) ->Vietnam Cultural Window., No. 9-Decmeber 1998. PB:Giay phep xuat ban: Hanoi, 1998. 32 pgs., $5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Lady Borton is listed as a Senior Editor to this magazine publicaiton.

34115.) ->The Pentagon Papers: The Senator Gravel Edition: The Defense Department History of the U.S.
Decesionmaking on Vietnam, Volume IV of a V Volume Set.. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

31664.) ->Vietnames Studies, New Series No.19: Special Issue On Lang Son.. Wraps trade ed., some creasing of
cover, o/w a v/g copy.

23837.) 101st AIRBORNE DIVISION PUBLICAITON, FALL 1969: ->Rendezvous With Destiny, 101st Airborne Division
(Airmobile), Winter 1969 Issue. PB:: , 1969. 32 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

23838.) 101st AIRBORNE DIVISION PUBLICATION, WINTER 1969. ->Rendezvous With Destinry: 101st Airborne
Division (Airmobile). PB:: , 1969. 32 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

32755.) ABRAHAM, TOM: ->The Cage: An Englishman in Vietnam. HC:Bantam Press: New York, 2002. 1ST Edition
299 pgs., $6 Price clipped, light foxing of page edges, o/w a v/g plus copy in a fine d/j. Personal memoir of
English officer who served in Vietnam from 167/8 with the lst Calvary Division.

5214.) ACKLAND, Compiler LEN ->Credibility Gap: A Digest of the Pentagon Papers. PB:National Peace
Literature Service: Philadelphia, PA, n.d.. 123 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book contains a foreward by
Anthony Russo who helped Daniel Ellsberg in releasing the Pentagon Papers to the press.

2782.) ADAIR, DICK: ->Dick Adair's Saigon: Sketches and Words From the Artist's Journal. HC:John Westherhill, Inc.:
New York, 1971. 1st Edition 144 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Small piece of d/j misssing top edge along
spine. Another copy, $12.50, a v/g copy in a good plus d/j. D/J chipped and pieces misisng on front and back. Book
captures the street scenes of Saigon. Adair was in Saigon from 1965-1970.

2902.) ADAIR, GILBERT: ->Vietnam On Film: From the Green Berets to Apocalypse Now. HC:Proteus Publishing
Co.: New York, 1981. 190 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The book depicts how public opinion and
changing events during and after the Vietnam War were reflected in movies on the war. Good discussion and the
book contains many scences from the movies discussed.

30947.) ADAMS, Ed. ALYSSA: ->Eddie Adams: Vietnam. HC:Umbrage Editions: Brooklyn, NY, 2009. 1ST Edition
223 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The best photo-journalist book of the Vietnam published to date.
More than pictures, it has commentary on Eddie Admas by leading correspondents of the Vietnam War. Harold
Buell provides an introduction to the photographs of Eddie Adams, some of his most famous ones and others never
published before. Book was edited by his wife.
3447.) ADAMS, SAM: ->War of Numbers: An Intelligence Memoir. HC:Steerforth Press: South Royalton, Vt., 1994.
1st Edition 251 pgs., $5.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author was a CIA analyst in Vietnam and claims he fought
estimates given on the number of the enemy in Vietnam, claiming Johnson was kidding the country on the progress
being made in the war After resigning from the CIA in 1973, he went public over the issue through the CBS
television documentary, 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception.' He died in 1988 and the book is
uncompleted, having ended with the TET offensive. However, up to that point, it is a very interesting memoir of his
expereince in Vietnam.

8.) ADLER, Ed. BILL: ->Letters From Vietnam. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $2.95 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. Author canvassed both Vietnam and the United States for these letters. His only criterion for
their selection was that they be written by people invovled in the war and their authors have something to say.
Introduction by Al Santoli.
3672.) ADLER, RENATA: ->Reckless Disregard: Westmoreland v. CBS et al.: Sharon v. Time. HC:Alfred A. Knopf:
New York, 1986. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An analysis as well as account of the libel suits
of Generals Westmoreland and Sharon against CBS and Time respectively.

7058.) AGENT ORANGE COURT DOCUMENT: ->Notice of Proposed Settlement of Class Action and Claim Form,
re. Agnet Orange.. PB:United States District Court Eastern District: New York, 1984. 11 pgs., $12.5 An original
document with a claim form to a Vietnam veteran that was sent out by the United States District Court, Eastern
District of New York.
31876.) AHERN, Jr. THOMAS L.: ->Vietnam Declassified: The CIA and Counterinsurgency. HC:University of Kentucky
Press: Lexington, KY, 2010. 1ST Edition 450 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j Author examines the
organizational culture of the CIA and other U.S. agencies engaged in counterinsurgency in Vietnam. Ne also
exposes the fatl weaknesses of the South Vietnamese government and the results of the CIA's failure to comprehend
the political dynamics that defined the struggle between the Viet Cong and the Saigon government.


11.) AIR AMERICA ITEM: ->Air Facilities Data South Vietnam and Cambodia. PB:: , 1973. REP. Edition 208 pgs.,
$17.5 A photocopied reprint in same handbook format as original. Handbook used by Air America personnel in
Vietnam. Date is listed as 1 April 1973.

20232.) AIR COMBAT MAGAZINE EDITORS: ->Air War Over Vietnam. PB:Air Combat Magazine: Canoga Park,
CA, 1984. 98 pgs., $1.95 Wraps, magazine, a v/g copy. This issue contains 14 articles on different aspects of the air

22522.) AIR PROGRESS MAGAZINE, ->Air War Vietnam. PB:Challenge Publications: Canoga Park, CA, 1981.
98 pgs., $5 Front cover has been creased, and repaired, o/w a good plus copy reading copy. Contians 13 articles on
the air war in Vietnam, ranging from SAC and the B-52 to Wild Weasels.,

9279.) ALEXANDER, ROY & CHARLES W. SASSER: ->Taking Fire: The True Story of a Decorated Chopper Pilot.
PB:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 305 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Personal
memoir of a five foot, three inches tall Huey pilot in Vietnam.

9566.) ALI, TARIO and SUSAN WATKINS: ->1968: Marching in the Streets. HC:Bloomsbury Publishing: London,
1998. 2nd Edition 224 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book provides a worldwide perspective on the
year of 1968 as a year in protest, not only in this country but in France, Czechoslovakia, Pakistan, etc.. Many photos
but it is accompanied by a very concise text that captures the spirit of the times of 1968.

26708.) ALLEN, GEORGE W.: ->None So Blind: A Personal Account of the Intelligence Failure in Vietnam. HC:Ivan
R. Dee: Chicago, 2001. 296 pgs., $2.99 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. D/J has been kept in mylar
cover. Author served for 30 years as an intelligence analyst with the army, Defense Intelligence Agency and the CIA.
He seved three years in Vietnam.
31262.) ALLEN, MICHAEL J.: ->Until the Last Man Comes Home: POWs, MIAs, and the Unending Vietnam War.
HC:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 2009. 1ST Edition 433 pgs., $27 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
The author analyzes the effects that activism by POW and MIA families had on U.S. politics before and after the
Vietnam War's official end. He argues that POW/MIA activism prolonged the hostility between the United States and
Vietnam even as the search for missing becamse the vbasis for closer ties between the two countries in the 1990s.


27568.) ALLISON, WILLIAM THOMAS: ->Military Justice in Vietnam: The Rule of Law in an American War.
HC:Univeristy Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2007. 1st Edition 230 pgs., $29.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
provides an overview of how the military justice system responded to crimes and infractions both inside and outside
the Vietnam combat zone. He provides a well-rounded picture of daily life for military lawyers in Vietnam and the
completities of trying to impose military law and justice in a foreign culture not accustomered to Westrn-style
democracy.
12.) ALVAREZ, Jr. EVERETT and ANTHONY S. PITCH:->Chained Eagle. HC:Donald I Fine, Inc.: New York, 1989.
1st Edition 308 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Alvarez was the first American POW of the Vietnam
War and he was held in captivity for 8 and half years.

2837.) ALVAREZ, Jr. EVERETT with SAMUEL SCHREINER, Jr.->Code of Conduct. HC:Donald I. Fine, Inc.: New
York, 1991. 1st Edition 235 pgs., $2.95 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Title
picks up where the author's first book 'Chained Eagle' left off, focusing on his self-healing from the war.

15.) AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE: ->Peace In Vietnam: A New Approach In Southeast Asia. HC:Hill
and Wang, Inc.: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 112 pgs., $10 PB:Hill and Wang, Inc.: New York, 1966. 4th Edition
112 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Wraps a trade size ed., name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. Bronsom P. Clark was
the Convener for this report which was prepared by a committee of eight persons.

25610.) AMERICAN SECURITY COUNCIL & VIETNAM COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS:->Vietnam Report: Not
In Vain, An Independent Fact-Finding Mission to South Vietnam. PB:American Security Council: New York, 1974.
51 pgs., $5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. This fact finding mission was made during January 12th thorugh
January 22, 1974.
22694.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES PROGRAM: ->U.S. Army Area Handbook for Vietnam.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1962. 513 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Study
prepared for the Department of Army. Research and writing were completed in September of 1962.

19.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES PROGRAM:->Area Handbook For North Vietnam.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1967. 494 pgs., $12.5 Vinyl cover, a v/g copy. Research and
writing of this publication was completed December 15th, 1966.


20.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES PROGRAM:->Area Handbook For South Vietnam,
Research Completed 1966. HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1967. 510 pgs., $9.95 A v/g plus
copy. Research and writing of the hardcover volume was completed April, 15th, 1966.

27.) AMTER, JOSEPH A.: ->Vietnam Verdict: A Citizen's History. HC:Continuum Publishing Company: New York,
1982. 400 pgs., $10 a fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Dust jacket blurb states that this book reconstructs, year by year,
the record of a 28 year-long political, diplomatic and military failure. Author a lawyer and banker with a life long
interest in foreign affairs.
6082.) ANDERSON, Ed. DAVID: ->Facing My Lai: Moving Beyond the Massacre. HC:University Press of Kansas:
Lawrence, KS, 1998. 1st Edition 237 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a fine d/j. This book is an attempt to enable
readers to hear what conference participants said at a conference held on My Lai at Tulane University in 1994.

28.) ANDERSON, CHARLES R.: ->The Grunts and Vietnam: The Other War. HC:Presido Press: San Rafael, Ca.,
1976. 5th Edition 204 pgs., $2.99 PB:Berkely Books: New York, 1984. 2nd Edition 236 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a
v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account of a Marine Company during one 58 day operation. Author
served as a Marine in Vietnam in 1969 and it is written from this experience.


3377.) ANDERSON, CHARLES R.: ->Vietnam: The Other War. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1982. 1st Edition 218
pgs., $12 PB:Warner Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 211 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. A description of life in the rear with the beer as the author calls it. He describes the service and
support troops stationed at Da Nang where he served beginning in the summer of 1968.

20136.) ANDERSON, CHRISTOPER J.: ->Grunts: U.S. Infantry in Vietnam. PB:Stackpole Books: Mechanicsburg,
PA, 1998. 72 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A photo book with photos obtained from the National
Archives. Photos depicts the American soldier and his equipment.

20727.) ANDERSON, DAVID L.: ->The Columbia Guide to the Vietnam War. HC:Columbia University Press: New
York, 2002. 1st Edition 352 pgs., $5.95 PB:Columbia Univeristy Press: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 352 pgs., $3.95 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps a trade ed., a mint copy. This work provides 11 sections on the Vietnam War,
beginning with Studying the Vietnam War and ending with the Aftermath of the War. title is part of the Columbia
Guide to American History and Cultures series.

4732.) ANDERSON, TERRY: ->The Movement and the Sixties: Protest in America From Greensboro to Wounded
Knee. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1995. 1ST Edition 500 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. D/J has chipping top of
spine, o/w a v/g d/j. An excellent social history of the sixties and the author focuses on the in-between period of
Greensboro in 1960 with the end of the protest period coming with Wounded Knee in 1973 when the U.S. Army
came home from Vietnam.
29.) ANDERSON, WILLIAM C.: ->Bat-21. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1983. 11th Edition 222 pgs., $6 Wraps a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account of search and rescue of USAF pilot Lt. Colonel Iceal E. Hambleton.

4775.) ANDREWS, OWEN, C. DOUGLAS ELLIOT, and LAURENCE I. LEVIN:->Vietnam: Images from Combat
Photographers. HC:Starwood Publishing Inc.: Washington, D.C., 1991. BC Edition 106 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a
v/g plus d/j. An excellent but not well known photo book on the Vietnam War. Photos were carefully selected from
the National Archive's collection and they portray scenes not duplicated in other books. Photos are primarily black
and white.
7429.) ANONYMOUS: ->War Vietnam: A Pictorial Record of the Forces in Southeast Asia. HC:Halsted Press Ltd.:
Sydney, Australia, n.d.. 256 pgs., $100 A v/g copy, 9 and half by 13 inch picture book, printed circa 1968. Book
conains photos depiciting the main bases in Vietnam, photos of leaders from LBJ to Genral Westmoreland, scenes
from R&R Centers, etc.. Contains a very broad range of picutres depicting an upbeat protrayal of the Vietnam
experience. Some text and detailed captions of the photos.
2362.) ANSON, ROBERT SAM: ->War News: A Young Reporter in Indochina. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 317 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Personal memoir of a Time correspondent who went
to Vietnam in 1969. He was captured in Cambodia by North Vietnamese in 1970 and later released.

6163.) ANTON, FRANK with TOMMY DENTON:: ->Why Didn't You Get Me Out?: Betrayal in the Viet Cong Death
Camps: The Truth about Heroes, traitors, & Those Left Behind. PB:St. Martin's Paperbacks: New York, 2000. 1st
Edition 234 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a fine copy. Account by a former POW held captive in jungle camps
and he maintains that the U.S. knew where he and others were but they were not rescued for fear sources would be
compromised.
5441.) ANZENBERGER, Jr. , JOSEPH F.: ->Combat Art of the Vietnam War. HC:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, N.C.,
1986. 133 pgs., $20 Ex-library, o/w a v/g plus copy. Book seeks to present representative works of combat art and a
few of the artists' stories. Author worked with the Vietnam Veterans Arts Group in preparing this book. Art work depict
the many dimensions of the war, including two works on veterans after the war.

21687.) APPY, CHRISTIAN G.: ->Patriots: The Vietnam War Remembered From All Sides. HC:Viking Press: New
York, 2003. 1st Edition 574 pgs., $2.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. A collection of
interviews of 135 persons, representing all sides of the Vietnam War, both Vietnamese and Americans, supporters
and opponents of the war.

32.) APTHEKER, HERBERT: PREFACES BY STAUGHTON LYND and THOMAS HAYDEN:->Mission To Hanoi.
PB:International Publishers: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 128 pgs., $12.5 Wraps, a trade size ed., some soiling outer
edges, o/w a v/g copy. Author accompanied Staughton Lynd and Tom Hayden in December of 1965 to Hanoi. Book
has prefaces by these two traveling companions and it contains 18 pp. of photos.

9022.) ARCHER, Jr. CHALMERS: ->Green Berets in the Vanguard: Inside Special Forces, 1953-1963. HC:Naval
Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 2001. 2nd Edition 139 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A general survey
account of the history of the Special Forces during the time period stated in the title. Author served in Laos and
includes a chapter on his experience there. This chapter raises questions as to whether he had the capability to
discern fact from rumors heard while serving there.
34.) ARCHER, JULES: ->Ho Chi Minh: Legend of Hanoi. HC:Macmillian Company: New York, 1971. 2nd Edition
199 pgs., $2.99 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is written for Junior-High students, non-ideological in

25398.) ARCHER, MICHAEL: ->A Patch of Ground: Khe Sanh Remembered. PB:Hellgate Press: Central Point, Or,
2004. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of a Marine who served at Khe sanh

8440.) ARLEN, MICHAAEL J.: ->Living Room War. PB:Tower Publications: New York, 1969. 283 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed, foxing of pages edge, o/w a v/g copy. Arlen was a noted TV critic for the New Yorker and this book
contain 40 of his articles. A large number deal with the Vietnam War along with other issues of the sixties.

3542.) ARLEN, MICHAEL J.: ->The View From Highway 1: Essays on Television. HC:Farrar Straus & Giroux: New
York, 1976. 1st Edition 293 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A collection of 21 essays on television with one essay
on the Vietnam War title The View From Highway 1.'

35.) ARMBRUSTER, FRANK E., RAYMOND D. GASTIL, HERMAN KAHN, WILLIAM PFAFF & EDMUND->Can We Win
In Vietnam? HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers: New York, 1968. 427 pgs., $5 some pages underlined, o/w a
v/g copy. Authors are a team of Hudson Institute political-military analysts who debate question in depth as to
whether we can win in Vietnam. Armbruster and Gastil argue in the affirmative whereas Pfaff and Stillman argue
that the war is not winable.
3934.) ARNETT, PETER: ->Live from the Battlefield: From Vietnam to Baghdad, 35 Years in the World's War Zones.
HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 463 pgs., $3.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Two hundred thirty
four pages are devoted to Vietnam, 12 pages to Laos. A must read for anyone interested in the subject of the press
and the Vietnam War.
3193.) ARNOLD, JAMES R.: ->The First Domino: Eisenhower, the Military and America's Intevention in Vietnam.
HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 444 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A good account of
U.S. policy toward Vietnam from World War II through the Eisenhower Administration. Author has done extensive
archival research.
37.) ARNOLD, JAMES R.: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Armor. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1987.
BC Edition 158 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book is a popularly written history of the use of armour and it is

38.) ARNOLD, JAMES R.: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Artillery. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1987.
BC Edition 158 pgs., $12 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 158 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g
plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Books focuses on use of Fire Support Bases in Vietnam.

3265.) ARNOLD, JAMES R.: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Rangers. PB:Bantam Books: New York,
1988. 1st Edition 158 pgs., $8.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A concise and well illustrated account of the Rangers.

23567.) ARRIGHI, JEAN: ->L'Epreuve Du Guerrier: Recits De Guerres. PB:Indo-Editions: Paris, 2003. 212 pgs.,
$24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.

39.) ASHABRANNER, BRENT: ->Always To Remember: The Story of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
PB:Scholastic, Inc.: New York, 1992. 3rd Edition 100 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A very concise story of
the Vietnam Memorial accompanied by a fine collection of black and white photos. Written at a level for Junior
High students, it is of value for the adult reader as well.
40.) ASHMORE, HARRY S. and WILLIAM C. BAGGS:->Mission To Hanoi. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1968.
1st Edition 369 pgs., $3.95 PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1968. 369 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Title is a special report from the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions that
provides a chronology of American involvement in Vietnam.

32846.) ASIAN SURVEY, AUGUST 1970, ->Vietnam: Politics, Land Reform and Development in the Countryside.
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The full issue is devoted to land issues in Vietnam by 9 noted scholars; Race, Oppkin,
Goodman, Woodside, Bullington, Donnell, Salter, Bredo and Prosterman.

9437.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION, NOVEMBER 1988: ->Recommendations for the New Administration on
United States Policy Toward Indochina. PB:Aspen Institute: Queenstown, MD, 1988. 15 pgs., $4 Wraps, a v/g
copy. The recommendations in this paper are the product of a year of discussion and debate by the Indochina's
Policy Forum.
9438.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The American-Vietnamese Dialogue, Volume 7, No. 2. PB:Aspen
Institute: Queenstown, MD, 1992. 54 pgs., $5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a report of the third annual American-
Vietnamese Dialogue held February 11-14, 1992 in Nadi, Fiji.

9439.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The American-Vietnamese Dialogue, Volume 8, No. 2. PB:Aspen
Institute: Queensland, MD, 1993. 74 pgs., $5 Wraps a v/g copy. This is a report of the fourth annual American-
Vietnamese Dialogue conference held February 8-11, 1993 in Lanai, Hawaii.

9440.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The American-Vietnamese Dialogue. PB:Aspen Institute:
Queensland, MD, 1991. 52 pgs., $5 Wraps a v/g copy. This is a report of the second American-Vietnamese Dialogue
held February 11-14, 1991 at Round Hill in Montego Bay, Jamaica.


9443.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The Challenge of Indochina: An Examination of the U.S. Role,
Volume 7, No. 3. PB:Aspen Institute: Queensland, MD, 1992. 46 pgs., $5 Wraps a v/g copy. This is a report from a
conference held for key Congressional staff members at the Jonson Foundation's Wingspread Conference in Racine,
Wisconsin, May 8-10, 1992.
9442.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The Challenge of Indochina: An Examination of the U.S. Role,
Volume 8, No. 4. PB:Aspen Institute: Queensland, MD, 1993. 70 pgs., $5 Wraps a v/g copy. This report is from a
conference for key Congressional staff members at the Johnson Foundation's Wingspread Conference Center in
Racine, Wisconsin, held form April 30-May 2, 1993.
9441.) ASPEN INSTITUTE PUBLICATION: ->The Challenge of Inodchina: An Examination of the U.S. Role.
PB:Aspen Institute: Queensland, MD, 1991. 40 pgs., $5 Wraps a v/g copy. This is a report of a conference held for
key Congressional staff members at the Johnson Foundation,Wingspread Conference Center, Race Wisconsin, April
19-21, 1991.
24850.) ASPERY, ROBERT B.: ->War in the Shadows: The Guerrilla in History, Volume II. HC:Doubleday & Co.:
New York, 1975. BC Edition 802 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This second volume by Aspery focuses on
Vietnam as to the role of guerilla warfare from Dien Bein Phu , the TET Offensive to the withdrawal of American
troops from Vietnam.
20726.) ASSELIN, PIERRE: ->A Bitter Peace: Washington, Hanoi, and the Making of the Paris Agreement.
PB:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 2002. 1st Edition 320 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. The author traces the secret negotiations that led up to the Paris Agreement of 1973. Author argues that the
Vietnam War was determined not on the battlefield, but at the negoitating table.

2986.) ATKINSON, RICK: ->The Long Gray Line. HC:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1989. BC Edition 592 pgs., $1.99
A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Throgh the experiences of 3 West Point graduates from the class of 66, the author
covers our nation's social history and Vietnam experience over a 25 year period. He conducted over 200 interviews
and he had the cooperation of the U.S. Military Academy.
41.) ATLANTC MONTHLY APRIL 1985, ->A Veteran's Return to Vietnam. PB:: , . 26 pgs., $1.5 A fine copy. The
article is written by William Broyles.



2939.) ATLANTIC MONTHLY 1991, DECEMBER: ->The POW/MIA Myth. How the White House and Hollywood
Combined to Foster a National Fantasy. PB:: , . 21 pgs., $2.5 A fine copy. No postage charge if ordered with
another book. Article written by H. Bruce Franklin.

31691.) AUCKLAND VIET NAM COMMITTEE, ->The Paris Agreements On Viet Nam and the Agreement On Laos.
Wraps, a v/g copy. Contains the full unabridged texts of (1) The Peace Areements On Viet Nam and Laos, (2) The
Protocols to the Agreements, (3) The Act of the International Conference On Viet Nam plus a Loose Supplementary
Insert with Text of the June 13th Joint Communique of the D.R.V.N. and the U.S..

290.) BAIN, CHESTER A.: ->Vietnam: The Roots of Conflict. PB:Prentice-Hall, Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1967.
1st Edition 184 pgs., $1.99 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Author provides basic background material on Vietnam for
the general reader. Served with USIA in Vietnam.

291.) BAIN, DAVID HAWARD: ->Aftershocks: A Tale of Two Vietnams. HC:Methuen, Inc: New York, 1980. 1st Edition
241 pgs., $2.99 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1986. 250 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. .Wraps a trade ed., a
v/g copy. Book is an account of a Vietnam vet who raped and strangled the teenage daughter of a Saigon
intellectual refugee in 1977. A very compassionate account of both families involved in this tragedy.


292.) BAKER, MARK: ->Nam: The Vietnam War in the Wods of the Men and Women Who Fught There. HC:William
Morrow & Co.: New York, 1981. 4th Edition 324 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Book is one of the early
oral histories of the Vietnam War which finally reached a wide audience and told of the experiences of those who
served in Nam.
293.) BALABAN, JOHN: ->Remembering Heaven's Face: A Moral Witness In Vietnam. HC:Poseidon Press: New York,
1991. 1st Edition 334 pgs., $3.99 PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 334 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author served with IVS in Vietnam as a conscientious
objector, going there in 1967. He returned to Vietnam in 1989 and it a very moving account as he tries to make
sense out of the experiences of the war.
3053.) BALL, GEORGE W.: ->Diplomacy For a Crowded World: An American Foreign Policy. HC:Atlantic-Little,
Brown: New York, 1976. 1st Edition 356 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. First part of the book deals with what the
author calls cleaning up the aberrations of foreign policy of which he views Vietnam as one. Remainder of the book
deals with what he calls breakage and unfinished business and revising our institutions in order to carry out foreign
policy.
25114.) BALL, GEORGE W.: ->Three and a Half Superpowers. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 9 pgs., $3 A
v/g copy. A 9 page article by George Ball writtenMarch 29th, 1966 issue of Lfe Magazine.

1252.) BALLARD, JACK: ->Development and Employment of Fixed-Wing Gunships, 1962-1972. HC:Office of Air
Force History: Washington, D.C., 1982. 326 pgs., $15 Ex-library, o/w a v/g plus copy. Title is part of the the United
States Air Force in Southeast Asia.

21350.) BARBER, LUCY G.: ->Marching On Washington: The Forging of an American Political Tradition.
HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 2002. 1st Edition 323 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A
history of protest marches on Washington with a chapter devoted to the Vietnam War protests in Washington.

296.) BARITZ, LOREN: ->Backfire: A History of How American Culture Led Us into Vietnam and Made Us Fight the
Way We Did. HC:William F. Morrow & Co.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 393 pgs., $2.99 PB:Ballantine Books: New
York, 1986. 7th Edition 392 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author
argues that our military and political defeat in Vietnam had its roots deep in American culture.

5258.) BARKER, DAN A.: ->Warrior of the Heart. PB:Burning Cities Press: Chevy Chase, MD, 1992. 275 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., light staining bottom edge & curling bottom tip of cover, o/w a v/g copy. A personal memoir of a
Marine that focuses on the comradery of the Marine life experience in Vietnam. Published by arrangement with
Vietnam Generation, Inc..
22164.) BARNES, JEREMY: ->The Pictorial History of the Vietnam War. HC:Gallery Books: New York, 1988. 1st
Edition 206 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A large size book, 10 by 14 inches, filled with photos covering the

20071.) BARNET, RICAHRD J. and MARCUS G. RASKIN:->An American Manifesto: What's Wrong with America and
What We Can Do About It. PB:New American Library: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 92 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market
ed., foxing of page edges, o/w a v/g copy. Cover blurb states this is a responsible radical alternative to violent
protest.
297.) BARNET, RICHARD J.: ->Roots of War. HC:Atheneum: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 350 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an investigation of the forces in American life that continue to propel the United States into

7819.) BARRELON, PIERRE, BROSSARD de CORBIGNY, CHARLES LEMIRE, and GASTON CAHEN:->Cities of
Nineteenth Century Colonial Vietnam; Hanoi, Saigon, Hue, and the Champa Ruins. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 236 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., light fading top edge of cover, o/w a fine copy. Early
reports by French writers on Indochina, the first being by Barrelon in 1859. The other appeared in Le Tour du
Monde from 1878 to 1907. Translated with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.
3645.) BARRETT, DAVID M.: ->Uncertain Warriors: Lyndon Johnson and His Vietnam Advisers. PB:University Press
of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 1993. 3rd Edition 279 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author contends that
Johnson was not simply an irratonal hawk but it was his rational advisory system that produced flawed and fatal
policies.
26709.) BARTHOLOMEW-FEIS, DIXEE R.: ->The OSS and Ho Chi Minh: Unexpected Allies in the War Against
Japan. HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2006. 1st Edition 446 pgs., $28 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A
book on the realtionship between Ho Chi Minh and the OSS.






44.) BASKIR, LAWRENCE M. and WILLAIM A. STRAUSS: Foreward by FATHER THEODORE M. HESBURGH:-
>Chance and Circumstance: The Draft, The War and the Vietnam Generation. HC:Albert A. Knopf, Inc.: New York,
1978. 1st Edition 312 pgs., $12.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book deals with
questions as to how 9,000,000 American men eligible for the draft manage to get themselves deferred or exempted,
etc.. Authors served as senior officials of President Ford's Clemency Board.


5922.) BASS, THOMAS A.: ->Vietnamerica: The War Comes Home. HC:Soho Press: New York, 1996. 278 pgs.,
$1.99 PB:Soho Press: New York, 1996. 278 pgs., $2.99 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps trade, an uncorrected
proof with publisher press release enclosed. Book deals with Amerasian children of the Vietnam War who are now
living in this country as adults.
23704.) BATES, MILTON J.: ->The Wars We Took to Vietnam; Cultural Conflict and Storytelling. PB:University of
California Press: Berkeley, 1996. 1st Edition 328 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author brings out the
domestic schisms in this country as the Vietnam War was being fought and how they shaped our understanding of
the war as reflected in memoirs, plays, poems, and novels.
3933.) BATES, TOM: ->RADS: The 1970 Bombing of the Army Math Research Center at the University of Wisconsisn
and Its Aftermath. HC:Harper Collins Publishers: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 465 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a
v/g plus d/j. A well researched account of this bombing and provides a good history of the sixties as well.

45.) BATOR, VICTOR: ->Vietnam: A Diplomatic Tragedy: Origins of U.S. Involvement. HC:Faber and Faber Ltd.:
London, 1967. 271 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author draws heavily on periodicals, newspaper articles and
goverment pubilcations for this book. It is a well researched book for the time in which it was written.

46.) BAXTER, GORDON: ->13/13 Vietnam Search and Destroy. HC:World Publishing Co.: Cleaveland, OH, 1967.
1st Edition 120 pgs., $120 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. . A photo essay book dedicated to the men of India
Company, 3rd Battalion, lst Marines. Introduction by Chet Huntley who defends U.S. commitment to Vietnam on
moral grounds.
3979.) BECKER, ELIZABETH: ->America's Vietnam War: A Narrative History. HC:Houghton Mifflin: New York, 1992.
1st Edition 211 pgs., $5 Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book states that is narrative history and is for young
adult readers. It does appear to give a good blanace to the American involvement in Vietnam.

6698.) BEESLEY, STANLEY: ->Vietnam: The Heartland Remembers. PB:University of Oklahoma Press: Norman,
OK, 1988. 2nd Edition 194 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A compilation of memoiries of those who served
in Veitnam from our nation's heartland.

7508.) BEHR, EDWARD: ->Bearings: A Foreign Correspondent's Life Behind the Lines. HC:Viking Press: New York,
1978. 1st Edition 316 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Three chapters of this book are devoted to the author's

23787.) BEIDLER, PHILIP D.: ->Late Thoughts On An Old War: The Legacy of Vietnam. HC:University of Georgia
Press: Athens, GA, 2004. 1st Edition 213 pgs., $6.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author feels that the Vietnam
War is being transformed into a matrix of fantasy and myth used to promote perpetual warfare, and the war has failed
to fracture our sense of providential destiny and geopolitical invincibility.

20728.) BELKNAP, MICHAL R.: ->The Vietnam War On Trial: The My Lai Massacre and Court-Martian of Lieutenant
Calley. PB:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2002. 1st Edition 298 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Book takes the readers through every state of the trial, from pre-trial investigations to actual courtroom
exchanges among prosecutors, defendent, witnesses, and judges.

51.) BELL, DANA: ->Air War Over Vietnam, Volume III. PB:Arms and Armour Press: London-Melbourne-Harrisburg,
1983. 68 pgs., $5 A wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A photo book with captions identifying aircraft and their use in

53.) BELL, DANA: ->Air War Over Vietnam: Two Warbird Illustrated in One Volume. HC:Arms and Armour Press:
London, 1982. BC Edition 68 pgs., $8.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This edition contains volumes one and two of
Bell's 4 volumes on the air war in Vietnam.

54.) BELL, DANA: ->Vietnam Warbirds In Action. HC:Arms & Armour Press: London, 1986. 200 pgs., $7.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A photo book of planes that were used in Vietnam. Book is a combined edition of Air War Over
Vietnam, Volumes I, II and IV first published by the author in paperback.

3994.) BENAVIDEZ, ROY P. with JOHN R. CRAIG:->Medal of Honor. HC:Brassey's: Washington, D.C., 1995. 2ND
Edition 234 pgs., $12 PB:Potomac Books: Dulles, VA, 2005. REP. Edition 211 pgs., $6 A very fine copy in a v/g plus
d/j. D/J has 1/2 inch tear on front top edge corner, o/w a very clean and bright d.j. .Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Benavidez was the last Vietnam veteran to be awarded the Medal of Honor. This book is his story of his life and
Vietnam experrience. Foreward by H. Ross Perot.
56.) BENDELL, DON: ->The B-52 Overture. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. Wraps original. Account of the North Vietnamese assault on Special Forces Camp A-
242, Dak Peke in 1969-1970. Author risked court martial to accept a brigadier's secret commission in the
Montagnard FULRO combat force and he was invovled in the battle described in the book.

3943.) BENDER, DAVID L.: ->The Vietnam War: Opposing Viewpoints. PB:Greenhaven Press: St. Paul, MN, 1990.
2nd Edition 240 pgs., $1.99 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is part of the Opposing Viewpoints Series.

57.) BENDER, Eds. DAVID L. and GARY E. McCUEN:->The Indochina War: Why Our Policy Failed.
PB:Greenhaven Press: Anoka, Minnesota, 1975. 122 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. There are 16
contributors followed by exercises for group discussion. Written for high school market.

2880.) BENJAMIN, BURTON: ->Fair Play: CBS, Genreral Westmoreland, and How a Television Documentary Went
Wrong. HC:Harper and Row: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 218 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. CBS chose the
author to conduct an inquiry into the TV documentary 'The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Decemption.' This is his
account of the complete investigation. Book contains an introduction by Walter Cronkite.

4398.) BERGERUD, ERIC M.: ->Red Thunder, Tropic Lightning: The World of a Combat Division in Vietnam.
PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1994. 2nd Edition 328 pgs., $3.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Account of the
25th Infantry which served in Vietnam from 1966 to 1971.

61.) BERMAN, LARRY: ->Lyndon Johnson's War. HC:W. W. Norton and Co.: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 254 pgs.,
$2.99 PB:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1991. 4th Edition 254 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed.,
a v/g plus copy. Excellent summary of policy debate from 1965-1968. Book also deals with question of enemy
number debate, drawing heavily on transcripts of Westmoreland's lawsuit trial against CBS.

9384.) BERMAN, LARRY: ->No Peace, No Honor: Nixon, Kissinger, and Betrayal in Vietnam. HC:Free Press: New
York, 2001. 1st Edition 334 pgs., $2.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. The best book to date on the Paris
negotiations based on recent declassified transcripts of these negotiations.

27525.) BERMAN, LARRY: ->Perfect Spy: The Incredible Double Life of Pham Xuan An. HC:Smithsonian Books:
New York, 2007. 1st Edition 328 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A well researched account of a Vietnamese
Communist agent who worked for Time Magazine during the Vietnam War.


5756.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL ->Absurd Convictions, Modest Hopes: Conversations After Prision With Lee Lockwood.
HC:Random House: New York, 1972. 227 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. These conversations covers Berrigan's
imprisonment for burning draft records, his 'rebirth' in prison, and his observations on the failure of the peace
movement.
8662.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL and ROBERT COLES: ->The Geography of Faith: Conversation Between Daniel
Berrigan When Underground, and Robert Coles. HC:Beacon Press: Boston, MA, 1971. 179 pgs., $6 Thirty-one
pages have inked markings or underlinings, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A discussion between Coles and Berrigan on
a variety of subjects while he was in hiding during 1970.

63.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL: ->Night Flight To Hanoi: War Diary with 11 Poems. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New
York, 1968. 1st Edition 140 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book contains a war diary with 11 poems.

27676.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL: ->The Dark Night of Resistance. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1971. 181 pgs., $2.5
Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book was written by Berrigan during the four months he was resisting arrest and

8350.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL: ->The Dark Night of Resistance. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 181
pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This book was written by Daniel Berrigan during the four months he was resisting
arrest and living underground. In this book, he set forth his vision of what can become.

5989.) BERRIGAN, DANIEL: ->The Trial of the Catonsville Nine. HC:Beacon Press: Boston, MA, 1970. 123 pgs.,
$7.5 PB:Beacon Press: Boston, MA, 1971. 3rd Edition 123 pgs., $1.99 Initials on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy.
Wraps trade ed, previous owner's inititals on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy. This is the dramatization of the courtroom
proceedings of the trial of the nine charged with destroying draft records, on May 17, 1968, in Catonsville, Maryland.

64.) BERRY, JOHN STEVENS ->Those Gallant Men: On Trial In Vietnam. HC:Presido Press.: Novato, Ca., 1984. BC
Edition 173 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author was chief defense counsel for II Field Force in
Vietnam, 1968-1969. Account of his experiences including the defense of one of the Green Berets accused of
murdering a double agent.
3269.) BERRY, Jr. F. CLIFTON: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Gadget Warfare. PB:Bantam Books:
New York, 1988. 1st Edition 158 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author served in Vietnam as an operations
officer of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade. He is very knowledable of his subject and as all the books in this series, it
is well illustrated.
9829.) BESCHLOSS, Ed. MICHAEL: ->Reaching For Glory: Lyndon Johnson's Secret White House Tapes, 1964-
1965. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 475 pgs., $2.99 PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 2002.
1st Edition 475 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus
copy. The tapes of Johnson's presidency during the 1964-65 years. Important insights on his thinking about the
Vietnam War are included.
5992.) BESCHLOSS, Ed. MICHAEL: ->Taking Charge: The Johnson White House Tapes, 1963-1964. HC:Simon &
Schuster: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 591 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This edition of the tapes of the
Johnson's presidency includes the Tonkin Gulf crisis and unveil his tortured early doubts about the invovlement in
Vietnam.
21183.) BESCHLOSS, MICHAEL: ->Reaching For Glory: Lyndon Johnson's Secret White House Tapes, 1964-1965.
PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 474 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book provides
insights on Johnson's real views on the Vietnam War as opposed to his many public statements.

8360.) BIBBY, Ed. MICHAEL: ->The Vietnam War and Postmodernity. PB:Univeristy of Massachusetts Press:
Amherst, MA, 2000. 1st Edition 242 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book contains a collection of essays
on postmodern cultural criticism and theory in respect to the Vietnam War.

303.) BILTON, MICHAEL and KEVIN SIM:->Four Hours In My Lai. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 430
pgs., $3.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. The book grew out of the documentary
film on My Lai made for Yorkshire Television's First Tuesday program in Britain, and Station WGBH in Boston, part of
PBS. The authors interviewed both survivors and perpetrators of the massacre.

26171.) BIRCHIM, BARBARA with SUE CLARK: ->Is Anybody Listening: A True Story About the POW/MIAs in the
Vietnam War. PB:AuthorHouse: Bloomington, IN, 2005. 476 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account
by the wife of Special Forces Lieutentant as to the obstacles she has faced trying to determine her husband's fate
who was reported as being MIA in 1968 and later KIA in 1971.


6806.) BIRD, KAI: ->The Color of Truth: McGeorge Bundy and William Bundy: Brothers in Arms. HC:Simon and
Schuster: New York, 1998. 496 pgs., $3.99 Ex-library, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A biography of two key
advisors to Kennedy and Johnson in respect to the Vietnam War.
6161.) BIRDWELL, DWIGHT: ->A Hundred Miles of Bad Road: An Armored Cavalryman In Vietnam, 1967-68.
HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1997. BC Edition 218 pgs., $5 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Personal
memoir of an armored cavalryman who won the Silver Star and Purple Heart during the TET Offensive.

3975.) BISHOP, Ed. CHRIS: ->Vietnam War Diary. HC:Military Press: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $6 A
fine copy in a v/g d/j. A day by day diary of the Vietnam War, listing key events from January, 1964 to April 30th,
1975. Book is a large size picture book size with 100 color and 220 black and white photos.

22611.) BLACK, ROBERT W.: ->A Ranger Born: A Memoir of Combat and Valor >From Korea to Vietnam.
HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 317 pgs., $2.99 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2003. 1st Edition
366 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir of an Airborne Ranger who
served both in Korea and Vietnam. The heart of the book is the yearsthe author served in Vietnam in Long An
Province, beginning in 1967.
9585.) BLACKMAN, ALLAN: ->Face to Face with Your Draft Board. PB:World Without War Council: Berkeley, CA,
1969. 90 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is designed for conscientious objectors, though the book
blurb states it is for anyone wishing to have a personal appearance before their draft board.


4773.) BLAIR, ANNE: ->Lodge in Vietnam: A Patriot Abroad. HC:Yale University Press: New Haven, CT., 1995. 1st
Edition 200 pgs., $30 Review copy with review laid in, a mint copy in a mint d/j. The book focuses on Lodge's
ambassadorship from 1963 to June of 1964. She draws upon Lodge's collected papers, including an unpublished
memoir, as well interviews with former U.S. officials who served with Lodge. It clearly shows that Lodge was in the
mold of a 19th century diplomat who did not have the skills or temperament to run a modern diplomatic mission.
This of course proved to be a disaster.
305.) BLAKEY, SCOTT: ->Prisoner At War: The Survival of Commander Richard A. Stratton. HC:Doubleday and Co.:
New York, 1978. 1st Edition 397 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has chipping top & bottom of spine.
Account of Navy pilot Stratton's six year ordeal as a POW and a story also of his wife's effort to hold the family
together which included three sons. A sister of Stratton was an anti-war activist.

25034.) BLIGHT, JAMES G. and JANET B. LANG: ->The Fog of War: Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara.
PB:Rowan and Littlefield Publishers: Lanham, MD, 2005. 307 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
Book is based on the academy award film by Errol Morris. It is more than a companion volume to film as it has
newly classified documents and excellent commentary by the authors. A must reading for Secretary Rumsfield and I
offer any customer $100.00 if they can persuade either President Bush or Secretary Rumsfield to read it. .

31621.) BLIGHT, JAMES G., JANET M LANG, and DAVID A. WELCH: ->Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived: Virtual JFK.
HC:Rowan and Littlefield: Lanham, MD, 2009. 1ST Edition 421 pgs., $19.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.
Authors provide what they feel is compelling arguments that John K. Kennedy was ready to end the U.S.
involvement in Vietnam.
307.) BLOCK, MICKEY and WILLIAM KIMBALL:->Before the Dawn. HC:Daring Books: Canton, Ohio, 1988. BC
Edition 192 pgs., $2.99 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1989. 3rd Edition 217 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps a mass market edition ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a Navy Seal Commando who served in Vietnam.

29300.) BLONDELL, ANTHONY J.: ->Honor and Sacrifice: The Montagnards of Ba Cat, Vietnam. HC:Hellgate Press:
Central Point, OR, 2000. 1ST Edition 319 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of a Sp[ecial Forces
team sent to work with the Montagnards in Bac Cat. Author was a member of that team and goves an account of
how the South Vietnamese sabotaged that effort.
33224.) BLUHM, RAYMOND K.: ->Vietnam War: A Chronology of War. HC:Universe Publishing: New York, 2010.
1ST Edition 296 pgs., $25 A mint copy in an illustrated padded cover. A large size photo book that provides a well
illustrated history of the Vietnam War with a detailed chronology of the war starting in January of 1950 when the
Soviet Union and the People's Repbulc of .China recognized the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.


391.) BOETTIGER, Editor JOHN R.: ->Vietnam and American Foreign Policy. PB:D. C. Heath and Co.: Lexington,
Mass., 1968. 150 pgs., $1.99 Wraps, outer edges browning, cover some creasing, o/w a v/g copy. Title is part of

9467.) BONG-WRIGHT, JACKIE: ->Autumn Cloud: From Vietnamese War Widow to American Activist. HC:Capital
Books., Inc.: Sterling, VA, 2001. 1st Edition 311 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of
Vietnamese woman who escaped from Vietnam with three young children. Her husband was to become her
country's prime minister when he was assassinated. Later in the states, she remarried and in 1981 she was selected
as one of the year's ten outstanding Asian-American in America.
393.) BONIOR, DAVID E., STEVEN M. CHAMPLIN and TIMOTHY KOLLY:->The Vietnam Veteran: A History of
Neglect. HC:Praeger Publishers: New York, 1984. 200 pgs., $6 PB:Praeger Publishers: New York, 1986. 200 pgs.,
$3 Name blacked out on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., inscribed by Kolly, a v/g copy. David
Donior is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives who served stateside during the Vietnam War. The authors
argue that our nation's institutions energies are focused on the ideology and morality of the war and ignored the
individual veteran.
34121.) BORCH, FREDERIC L.: ->Judge Advocates In Combat: Army Lawyers in Military Operations from Vietnam to
Haiti. HC:Center of Military History: Washingotn, DC, 2001. 1st Edition 413 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy. No d/j.

394.) BORNET, LOVLEFF: ->Something To Declare. HC:Harvill Press Ltd.: London, 1957. 180 pgs., $19.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. This is an account of two French Customs officers captured by Japanese who did not surrender after
end of war. They escaped through the Central Highlands and went on to Saravane where they were assisted by a
Chinese opium smuggler. A real period piece.
66.) BOSILJEVAC, T.L.: ->Seals: UDT/Seal Operations in Vietnam. HC:Paladin Press: Boulder, CO, 1990. 256
pgs., $10 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1991. 4th Edition 272 pgs., $6 Light stain spot top edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a
fine d/j. Wraps mass marrket ed., a mint copy. A history of the SEALS in Vietnam written by Naval officer who has
served in various SEAL commands.
2.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: A Collision of Cultures. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1984. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. This is volume 12 in the

3.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: A Nation Divided: The War At Home,
1945-1972. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, MA, 1984. 3rd Edition 192 pgs., $7.5 Scrape on foredge of front

4.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: A War Remembered: Voices From
Vietnam. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1986. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. This is volume 19 in the

5.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: America Takes Over. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1982. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. The fourth volume in the Vietnam Experience

6.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Combat Photographer. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1983. 2nd Edition 176 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. This is volume 8 in the Vietnam Experience

67.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Contagion of War. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1983. 6th Edition 192 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. This is volume 5 in the Vietnam Experience

69.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Fighting for Time. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1983. 192 pgs., $10 A v/g copy.

4149.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Flags Into Battle. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1987. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy. An account of eight major units that were

70.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Nineteen Sixty-Eight. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1983. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. This is volume 6 in the Vietnam Experience
71.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Passing the Torch. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1981. 3rd Edition 208 pgs., $10 Scratching on front cover and back cover, o/w a v/g copy..
This is the 2 volume in the Vietnam Experience series.

72.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Rain of Fire: The Air War, 1968-
1975. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1985. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy. This is volume 14 in

73.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Raising the Stakes. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1982. 6th Edition 192 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $10.00, a v/g
copy. This is volume 3 in the Vietnam Experience series.

74.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Setting the Stage. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1981. 191 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This is the first volume in the Vietnam

75.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: South Vietnam On Trial: The Test of
Vietnamization, 1970-1972. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1984. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. This is
volume 10 in the Vietnam Experience series.

76.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: The Aftermath. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, 1985. 2nd Edition 191 pgs., $10 A v/g copy.

78.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: The Fall of the South: The
Communist Offensive of 1975. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1985. 1st Edition 191 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. This
is volume 16 in the Vietnam Experience series.

68.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: The False Peace. HC:Boston
Publishing Co.: Boston, MA, 1985. 2nd Edition 191 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy.

79.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: The North. HC:Boston Publishing
Co.: Boston, MA, 1986. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $12 A v/g copy.

80.) BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Thunder From Above: The War in
the Air Through 1968. HC:Boston Publishing Co.: Boston, 1984. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. This is
volume 9 in the Vietnam Experience series.

3112.) BOSTON PUBLISHING GROUP EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Images of War. HC:Boston Publishing
Co.: Boston, 1986. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, a v/g copy. This volume
focuses on the dramatic photos depicting the war. Text by Robert Stone.

7047.) BOSTON PUBLISHING GROUP: ->The Vietnam Experience: 25 Volume Set. HC:Boston Publishing Co.:
Boston, . 0 pgs., $250 A twenty-five volume set, there is some scratching and some volumes have tips of covers

81.) BOSTON PUBLSIHING COMPANY EDITORS: ->The Vietnam Experience: Tools of War. HC:Boston Publishing
Co.: Boston, 1985. 2nd Edition 176 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $10.00, some scratching
of cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is volume 13 in the Vietnam experience series.

1253.) BOWERS, RAY L.: ->Tactical Airlift. HC:Office of Air Force History: Washington, D.C., 1983. 899 pgs., $25
A v/g plus copy.. Title is part of the United States Air Force in Southeast Asia series.

84.) BOWMAN, Ed. JOHN S.: Introduction by FOX BUTTERFIELD:->The Vietnam War: An Almanac. HC:World
Almanac Publicaitons: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 512 pgs., $12.5 PB:World Almanac Publications: New York,
1985. 512 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. First 355 pages provide a chronology of
Vietnam, starting with early history by year, then with specific dates starting from September 22nd, 1940 through to
November 11th, 1984.




7227.) BOWMAN, Ed. JOHN S: ->The Vietnam War: Day By Day. HC:Mallard Press: Hong Kong, 1989. 224 pgs.,
$12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The book provides an almost daily account of events, beginning in
September 1857 through November 11, 1984 which is the day a statue of three infantrymen is dedicated at the
Vietnam War Memorial. During the height of the war, there is a day by day account of the war. Excellent reference
with an introduction by Fox Butterfield. This particular edition has more photos and is larger in size than the other
editions but it does not have the biographies, or articles about land, air and irregular forces that these editions have.


9555.) BOYD, ALICIA J.: ->Shadows of a Vietnam Veteran: Silent Victims. PB:Truman Publishing Co.: Kansas,
MO, 2000. 1st Edition 153 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of a wife and her family

3695.) BRADFORD, ALFRED S.: ->Some Even Volunteered: The First Wolfhounds Pacify Vietnam. HC:Praeger
Publishers: Westport, CT., 1994. BC Edition 178 pgs., $5 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author relates the story of
the First Battalion of the Twenty-Seventh Infantry Regiment of the 25th Infantry Division as they pacified the district
of Tri Tam.
100.) BRANDON, HEATHER: ->Casualties: Death In Vietnam, Anguish & Survival In America HC:St. Martin's Press:
New York, 1984. 1st Edition 357 pgs., $7.5 Title page removed, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An oral history of those
who loss loved ones in Vietnam. Author worked for the Veterans Administration 's Vet Center counseling program.

2378.) BRANDON, HENRY: ->The Retreat of American Power. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1973. 1st Edition
368 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author argues that Nixon and Kissinger changed American policy for years
to come and that Defense Secretary Melvin Laird presented obstacles to this change.

101.) BRASS, ALISTER: ->Bleeding Earth: A Doctor Looks At Vietnam. HC:William Heinemann Ltd.: Melbourne,
1968. 1st Edition 189 pgs., $15 Ex-library, front of d/j pasted on front cover, a v/g copy.m edge on back of d/j.
Author is an Australian who was the Editor of the 'Medical Journal of Australia.' A descriptive account of hospitals,
medical clinics and refugee camps which he toured. Book contains a foreword by Harrison E. Salisbury.

102.) BRELIS, DEAN and JILL KREMENTZ:->The Face of South Vietnam. HC:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1968. 1st
Edition 250 pgs., $15 Wear and some scarring of spine, o/w a v/g copy;. A black and white photo book of South
Vietnam, first 112 pages is text with the balance containing black and white photos. Anti-war in tone. Text is by
Brelis, photos by Jill Krementz.
104.) BRENNAN, Ed. MATTHEW: ->Hunter-Killer Squadron: Aero-Weapons, Aero Scouts, Aero Rifles, Vietnam:
1965-1972. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1992. 2nd Edition 317 pgs., $6 Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy.
Author edited these accounts that came as a result of his first two books, Brennan's War and Headhunters.

103.) BRENNAN, MATTHEW: ->Brennan's War: Vietnam 1965-69. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1985. 1ST
Edition 275 pgs., $6 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1986. 5th Edition 290 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has
chipping top & bottom of spine and top edge. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author made over 400
helicopter assaults with the First Air Cavalry Division reconnaisance squadron in Vietnam from 1965-1969. After
Vietnam, he went on to earn a PhD in anthropology at Harvard.
106.) BREWIN, BOB and SYDNEY SHAW:->Vietnam on Trial: Westmoreland vs. CBS. HC:Atheneum: New York,
1987. 1st Edition 288 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The authors bring out in this book not only an
account of the trial but how the documents declasified and the testimonies given by Rusk, McNamara, and Rostow
provided new insights on the Vietnam War.
3388.) BRIANTAIS, JEAN-MARIE, COMITE SUD-VIETNAMIEN POUR LA DENONCIATION des CRIMES de
GUERRE et.al.:->Les massacres la guerre chimique en asie du sud-est. PB:Cahiers Libres: Paris, 1970. 136 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book is outgrowth of the War Crimes Tribunal held in Stockholm led by
Bertrand Russell. Collection of papers by participants in this event. French text.

26125.) BRIGHAM, ROBERT K.: ->ARVN: Life and Death in the South Vietnamese Army. HC:University Press of
Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2006. 1st Edition 178 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account more of the enlisted
men in ARVN rather than its officer corps. Author draws on many Vietnamese sources that focuses on troop morale
and motivation within the context of traditional Vietnamese society. He describes the conscription policy that forced
men into the army for indefinite periods with a shameful lack of training and a shameful lack of training, a
dimension that has not been previously explored in studies on the Vietnam War.

22727.) BRINKLEY, DOUGLAS: ->Tour of Duty: John Kerry and the Vietnam War. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New
York, 2004. 1st Edition 546 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of Kerry's experience in Vietnam and
his involvement later with the anti-war movement.

7737.) BRITISH FOREIGN OFFICE, ->Recent Exchanges Concerning Attempts to Promote a Negotiated Settlement
of the Conflict in Viet Nam. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office: London, 1965. 129 pgs., $7.5 Wraps in a card
cover, a v/g copy. Publication ocnsists of 63 documents.

7259.) BRITTAN, DOLLY: ->The People of Vietnam. HC:Rosen Publishing Group: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 24
pgs., $12.95 Library binding, a mint copy. A children's book written for elementary children, illustrated by color

108.) BRODRICK, ALAN HOUGHTON: ->Little China: The Annamese Lands. HC:AMS Press: New York, 1974. Rep.
Edition 332 pgs., $35 A v/g plus copy. Though author views title as a travel book, it portrays colonial thought in
Vietnam just prior to World War II. Author travelled widely there in 1939 and this book is a rare period piece which
fortunately captured a picture of Vietnam shortly before the Japanese occupation.

31631.) BROOKE, EDWARD W.: ->The United States and the Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Indochina.
Wraps trade ed., owner name on fornt cover, a v/g copy. Senator Brooke was the ranking Republican member of the
Subcommittee on Operations, Committee on Appropriations.

110.) BROUGHTON, JACK: Foreword by TOM WOLFE:->Going Downtown: The War Against Hanoi and Washington.
HC:Crown Publishers, Inc.: New York, 1988. BC Edition 300 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author's
thesis is that Washington's oversupervision of the air war was fatal in terms of its being effective. Author flew a F-105
in Vietnam.
111.) BROUGHTON, JACK: Introduction by HANSON W. BALDWIN:->Thud Ridge. PB:Bantam Books: New York,
1985. 1st Edition 237 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author was an Air Force pilot in Vietnam who
charges that tactics utilized in Vietnam led to the death or imprisonment of over 900 pilots.

118.) BROWN, Eds. SAM and LEN ACKLAND: Introduction by MAYOR JOHN V. LINDSAY:->Why Are We Still In
Vietnam? HC:Random House: New York, 1970. 2nd Edition 144 pgs., $10 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1970. 1st
Edition 144 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g copy. Brown helped organize
studends for McCarthy and Ackland worked with IVS in Vietnam, then with the Rand Corporation. Book contains
articles by Jeffrey Record, D. Gareth Porter, Tran Van Dinh, Senator McGovern, et al..


7125.) BROWN, FRED LEO: ->Wall of Blood. PB:Combat Ready publishing: Palos Heights, IL, 1992. 1st Edition
296 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, a mint copy. Though it states it a first edition, there is a
reference to another book printed in 1994. Personal memoir of Vietnam veteran dealing with his PSTD.

26169.) BROWN, JIM: ->Impact Zone: The Battle of the DMZ in Vietnam, 1967-1968. HC:University of Alabama
Press: Tuscaloosa, Al., 2004. 277 pgs., $27.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is the author's account of his battle
experiences along the DMZ, including Khe Sanh and Con Thien. He served with the Marines as a First Lieutenant
of an artillery unit.
114.) BROWN, JOHN M. G.: ->Rice Paddy Grunt: Unfading Memories of the Vietnam Generation. HC:Regnery
Gateway, Inc.: Lake Bluff, Il., 1986. BC Edition 356 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Account of an

5242.) BROWN, RICHARD L.: ->Palace Gate: Under Siege in Hue City: TET January 1968. HC:Schiffler Publishing
Ltd.: Atglen, PA, 1995. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $24.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author was an Air Force Lietenant
Colonel at the time of the TET Offensive in Hue. His responsibilities were advising General Truong on Air Force
support and leading Forward Air Controllers responsible for the area Between the DMZ and DaNang. This is his
account of the battle in and around Hue.
115.) BROWN, ROBERT McAFEE, ABRAHAM J. HESCHEL and MICHAEL NOVAK:->Vietnam: Crisis of Conscience.
PB:Association Press: New York, 1967. 127 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market edition, a v/g copy. Written by three leaders
from America's three major faiths, calling upon Protestants, Catholics and Jews to act in order to stop the Vietnam
war.
3698.) BROWN, Series Editor ASHLEY: ->The Green Beret: U.S. Special Forces From Vietnam to Delta Force.
PB:Villard Books: New York, 1986. 2nd Edition 96 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book first published by Orbis
in London. Concise text and excellent selection of photos depicting missions of the Special Forces with 64 pages
devoted to Vietnam.
117.) BROWN, WELDON A.: ->The Last Chopper: The Denouement of the American Role in Vietnam, 1963-1975.
HC:Kennikat Press: Port Washington, NY, 1976. 1st Edition 371 pgs., $7.5 Account covers the years of 1963-1975.
The author draws heavily on newspaper sources.

3135.) BROWNE, CORINNE: ->Casualty: A Memoir of Love and War. HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1981. 1st
Edition 219 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Memoir of the author who became attracted to a chapel built
in New Mexico by the parents whose son was killed in Vietnam. At this chapel, she encounters another Vietnam
veteran who is emotionally scarred by the war.
4858.) BROWNE, MALCOLM W.: ->The New Face of War. A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This edition brings the reader up
to date from his first book written in 1965.

119.) BROWNE, MALCOLM W.: ->The New Face of War. HC:Bobbs-Merrill: Indianapolis, IN, 1965. 1st Edition 284
pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was an AP reporter in Vietnam, noted for having taken the photo of the
Buddhist monk Quang Duc in 1963 who burned himself alive. In this book, he views Vietnam as vital to United
States interest.
4150.) BROWNMILLER, SUSAN: ->Seeing Vietnam: Encounters of the Road and Heart. HC:Harper Collins: New
York, 1994. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Observations by the author who went to Vietnam
after the lifting of travel restrictions by the U.S. in 1992.

120.) BROYLES, Jr. WILLIAM: ->Brothers In Arms: A Journey From War to Peace. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York,
1986. 1st Edition 284 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Sppine of d/j faded but no chipping. . Account of
author's return visit to Vietnam in 1984 where he visited Hanoi, then I Corps at Da Nang. He served at Da Nang as a
Marine lieutenant in 1969.
3073.) BRUNE, LESTER H. and RICHARD DEAN BURNS:->America and the Indochina Wars, 1945-1990: A
Bibliographical Guide. HC:Regina Books: Claremont, CA., 1992. 286 pgs., $12 Wear bottom of spine and bottom
tips of cover slightly bent, o/w a v/g copy. No dust jacket. This work supplements the two earlier volumes by Richard
Dean Burns and Milton Leitenberg--The Vietnam Conflict: Its Geographical Dimensions, Political Trauma & Military
Developments (1973) and The Wars in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, 1945-1982: A Bibliographical Guide (1984) as
it emphasizes books, articles and dissertations since 1980. Contains 3,550 entries broken down in very useful subject
categories.
26913.) BRUNET, JEAN-CHRISTOPHE: ->Gendarmes-Parachutistes en Indochine, 1947-1953. PB:Indo Editions:
Paris, 2005. 342 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text, preface by General Marcel Bigeard.

122.) BRYAN, C. D. B.: ->Friendly Fire. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1976. 1st Edition 380 pgs., $2.5
PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1977. 7th Edition 437 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed.,
scrape on backcover, o/w a v/g copy. Account of an infantryman killed by friendly fire who was in a unit commanded
by Norman Schwarzkopf, then a Lt. Col. in Vietnam. Book describes a meeting between Schwarzkopf and parents
of the infantryman who were in the peace movement.

32571.) BUCHANAN, WILLIAM L.: ->Full Circle: A Marine Rifle Company in Vietnam. A mint copy in a mint d/j.
An account of of the Mrines of G Compnay, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment in Vietnamb
26091.) BUCHANAN, WILLIAM L.: ->Full Circle: A Marine Rifle Company in Vietnam. HC:Baylaurel Press: Mill
Valley, CA, 2003. BC Edition 263 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of G Company, 2nd
Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment duirng 1967 in Vietnam.


1180.) BUCKINGHAM, Jr. WILLIAM A.: ->Operation Ranch Hand: The United States Air Force and Herbicides in
Southeast Asia, 1961-1971. PB:Office of Air Force History: Washington, DC, 1982. 252 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade
ed., name on outside cover, o/w a v/g plus copy. Written by William A. Buckingham.

28295.) BUNDY, WILLIAM P.: ->American Policy in Southeast Asia. PB:United States Information Agency:
Washington, DC, 1965. 20 pgs., $1.5 Wraps booklet, a v/g copy. Booklet contains the text of a speech given by
Bundy on January 23rd, 1965 before the Washington Chamber of Commerce, Washington, Missouri. No postage
charge if ordered with another title.
6606.) BUNDY, WILLIAM: ->A Tangled Web: The Making of Foreign Policy in the Nixon Presidency. HC:Hill and
Wang: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 647 pgs., $3.95 Ex-library, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A critical
assessment of Nixon's and Kissinger's conduct of foreign policy thorugh secrecy and deception.

129.) BURCHETT, WILFRED G.: ->Grasshoppers and Elephants: The Viet Cong Account of the Last 55 Days of the
War. PB:Uriaen Books: New York, 1977. 1st Edition 265 pgs., $5 Wraps, a trade size edition, a v/g copy. Only one
chapter deals with the actual fall of Saigon and it is not an eyewitness account on his part. Other chapters deal with
events up to the fall and and 4 chapters deal with events after the fall.


128.) BURCHETT, WILFRED G.: ->Vietnam: Inside Story of the Guerilla War. HC:International Publishers: New York,
1965. 253 pgs., $7.95 PB:International Publishers: New York, 1968. 3RD Edition 252 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. Wraps, trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. An eyewitness account based on author's stay with the NLF in late
1963 and the first three months of 1964.
130.) BURCHETT, WILFRED: ->Vietnam Will Win. PB:Guardian Book: New York, 1970. 2nd Edition 230 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed, a v/g copy.
30952.) BURGESS, RICHARD R. and ROSARIO M. ROUSE: ->US Navy A-1 Skyraider Units of the Vietnam War.
PB:Osprey Publishing Ltd.: London & New York, 2009. 1ST Edition 96 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.in
The A-1 attack and EA-1F electronic countermeasures aircraft saw action in Vietnam from 1960-1969. Both authors
were naval aviators who served in Vietnam.

131.) BURKE, JOHN P. and FRED I. GREENSTEIN with the collaboration of LARRY BERMAN and->How Presidents
Test Reality: Decisions on Vietnam, 1954 and 1965. PB:Russell Sage Foundationn: New York, 1989. 331 pgs.,
$2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book copares the Vietnam decisions of two presidents, Eisenhower and
Johnson, whose leaderrship styles and advisory systems diverged sharply.

133.) BURRUSS, L. H. BUCKY: ->Mike Force. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 255 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Paperback original, author served 2 years as a Mike Force officer in Vietnam.

31926.) BURTON, EDWARD: ->The Swedish-American Press and the Vietnam War. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
This study examines how the Swedish-American newspapers dealt with Sweden's support of the FNL and shelterred
American deserters during the Vietnam War.

134.) BUTLER, DAVID: ->The Fall of Saigon. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1985. 1ST Edition 510 pgs., $2.99
PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1986. 527 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g
copy Author was an NBC reporter in Saigon at time of its fall.

21573.) BUZZANCO, ROBERT and ASAD ISMI: ->Informed Dissent: Three Generals and the Vietnam War.
PB:Vietnam Generation & Burning Cities Press: Chevy Chase, MD, n.d.. 58 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus
copy. Contains essays by Robert Buzzanco and Asad Ismi.

9429.) BYRD, BARTHY: ->Home Front: Women and Vietnam. PB:Shameless Hussy Press: Berkeley, CA, 1986. 68
pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book provides the stories of nine women that paid the price of the Vietnam
War in terms of dealing with their husbands, sons or brothers coming home from the war with either and/or both the
emotional and the physical wounds of Vietnam.
27941.) CAIRNS, J. F.: ->The Eagle and the Lotus: Western Intervention in Vietnam, 1847-1968. HC:Lansdowne
Press: Melbourne, Australia, 1969. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. A view of an Australian critic

23537.) CALLAWAY, Jr. JOSEPH W.: ->Mekong first Light. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2004. BC Edition 256
pgs., $12 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2004. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $6.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir a Platoon leader who went to Vietnam in Decmeber of 1966.

9463.) CALVIN, LINDA and SANDY STRAIT: ->What Was it Like in Vietnam? PB:Trillium Press: Unionville, NY,
1992. 130 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Linda Calvin is a high school teacher who over the years had
Vietnam veterans speak to her classes. Book contains part of their stories and questions students have asked. These
questions were sent to other veterans across the country and some of the responses are in the book.

142.) CAMERON, JAMES: ->Here Is Your Enemy: James Cameron's Complete Report From North Vietnam. HC:Holt
Rinehart Winston: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 143 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author a British
correspondent who went to North Vietnam in December of 1965. Met with Ho Chi Minh and Pham Van Dong.

144.) CAMP, Jr. RICHARD D. with ERIC HAMMEL:->Lima-6: A Marine Company Commander in Vietnam.
HC:Atheneum: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $10 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1990. 2nd Edition 331 pgs.,
$5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of a Marine captain
who commanded Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines from 1967 through the siege of Khe Sanh.

2398.) CAMPBELL, ALEX: ->Unbind Your Sons: The Captivity of America In Asia. HC:Liveright Publishing Corp.:
New York, 1970. 366 pgs., $2.99 PB:Liveright Publishing Corp.: New York, 1970. 366 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in
a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade sized ed., a v/g plus copy.




145.) CAMPER, FRANK: ->L.R.R.P.: The Professional. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1988. 4th Edition 254
pgs., $2.99 Wraps mass market, a fine copy. Author's account as a member of a Long Range Combat Patrol in
Vietnam. He served in Vietnam from August, 1966 to June, 1967.

146.) CANH, NGUYEN VAN: ->Vietnam Under Communism, 1975-1982. HC:Hoover Institution Press: Stanford, CA,
1983. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. No d/j. Author was an active member of the Dai Viet and
and he was deputy dean of the faculty of law at the University of Saigon when South Vietnam fell in 1975.

147.) CAPPS, WALTER H.: ->The Unfinished War: Vietnam and the American Conscience. HC:Beacon Press:
Boston, 1982. 1st Edition 177 pgs., $3.99 PB:Beacon Press: Boston, 1982. 1st Edition 177 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in
a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a fine copy. Author was professor of religious studies at University of Califonia at the
time of writing this book.
3960.) CAPUTO, PHILIP: ->Means of Escape. HC:Harper Collins: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 405 pgs., $5.99
PB:Harper Collins: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 405 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade size
ed., a v/g plus copy. This book is the author's journey through lands torn by war, including Vietnam. It is also a very
personal voyage for him and though not focused on Vietnam per se, one who served there can relate to this book.


148.) CAPUTO, PHILLIP: ->A Rumor of War. HC:Holt Rinehart Winston: New York, 1977. 1st Edition 346 pgs.,
$19.502 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1984. 19th Edition 346 pgs., $6 Price clipped, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g
plus d/j. D/J in mylar cover. Another copy, a Book Club ed., $7.50, a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a trade
size complimentary copy, a v/g copy. Author landed with the first U.S. ground combat unit in March of 1965 at Da
Nang. He was a young Marine infantry officer and this is his personal memoir of a 16 month tour. This is one of the
outstanding personal accounts of the Vietnam War.
4781.) CARD, JOSEFINA J.: ->Lives After Viet-Nam.: The Personal Impact of Military Service. HC:Lexington Books:
Lexington, MA, 1983. 184 pgs., $12.5 Bookplate on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a poor d/j. Study based on 1,500
men who completed high school in 1963. These men were first examined as ninth graders in part of a larger effort
called Project TALENT, which detailed the boys' academic abilities, their personalities, and their plans for further
schooling and work. The author then examines these men at age 36, dividing them into three groups, those who
served in Vietnam, those who served in the military but not in Vietnam , and those who did not serve in the military.

20548.) CAREY, DAVE: ->The Ways We Choose: Lessons For Life From a POW's Experience. PB:BookPartners,
Inc.: Wilsonville, Oregon, 2000. 2nd Edition 163 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir a Navy
POW who was shot down and captured in 1967. Most of the book recounts his experience as a POW and the last
two chapters are devoted to lessons learned from his POW experience.

149.) CARHART, TOM: ->The Offering. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 305 pgs., $2.99 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author a West Point graduate who went to Vietnam upon graduation in 1996, commanding a
long-range reconnaissance platoon. Book is an honest account of this experience.


4638.) CARLOCK, CHUCK: ->Firebirds. HC:Summit Publishing Group: Arlington, TX, 1995. 2nd Edition 285 pgs.,
$10 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1997. 2nd Edition 304 pgs., $5 Inscribed by author, name on enpaper, o/w a v/g
plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of a combat chopper pilot in
Vietnam.
7943.) CAUTE, DAVID: ->The Year of the Barricades: A Journey Through 1968. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1988.
1st Edition 514 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The author puts the protests in this country across an
international canvas. An excellent work.

25316.) CAWTHORNE, NIGEL: ->Vietnam: A War Lost and Won. PB:Arcturus Publishing Ltd.: London, 2003. 240
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A general history of the Vietnam War which is described as the first war
America lost to an ill-equipped peasant army.

26227.) CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT, ->Mr. Thieu and the Fragile Truce. PB:CBS News: New York, 1973. 10
pgs., $1.99 Wraps original of transcript of interview with President Thieu by Charles Collingwood and Bernard Kalb

150.) CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: ->Vietnam Perspective. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1965. 112 pgs., $10
Wraps trade edition, cover faded, o/w a v/g copy. Book contains the four-part broadcast series that CBS News did on
the Vietnam War. Analysis by Walter Cronkite.

8132.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: America Pulls Back. PB:: , 1985. 0 pgs., $7.5 A used video.
Narated by Walter Cronkite, running time 60 and a half minutes..

8133.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: Courage Under Fire. PB:: , 1985. 0 pgs., $7.5 A used video.
Narated by Walter Cronkite, running time 63 minutes.
8130.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: Fire From the Sky. PB:: , 1985. 0 pgs., $7.5 A used video.
Video is narrated by Walter Cronkite, running time 64 minutes.

8138.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: The Elusive Enemy. PB: 1: , 1985. 0
pgs., $7.5 A used video. Narrated by Walter Cronkite, running time 57 minutes.

8135.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: The End of the Road. PB: 1: , 1985. 0
pgs., $7.5 A used video. Narrated by Walter Cronkite, running time 59 minutes.

8136.) CBS VIDEO LIBRARY: ->The Vietnam War: The Seeds of Conflict. PB:: , 1985. 0 pgs., $7.5 A used video.
Narrated by Walter Cronkite, running time 58 minutes.

151.) CEBULASH, MEL: ->Man In a Green Beret and Other Medal of Honor Winners. PB:Scholastic Book Services:
New York, 1969. 1st Edition 125 pgs., $2.5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Book written for Junior Highs,
contains accounts of Medal of Honor winners in all wars with 5 being from the Vietnam War.

5794.) CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES, CORNELL UNIVERSITY:l ->The Air War in Indochina:
Preliminary Report. PB:Cornell University: Ithaca, NY, 1971. 202 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This
study was subsequently published by Beacon Press in 1972 with Raphael Littauer and Norman Uphoff as editiors.

20216.) CENTER FOR WAR/PEACE STUDIES OF NEW YORK FRIENDS GROUP:->Understanding Vietnam:
Background Units 1-4. PB:Center War/Peace Stuidies: New York, 1967. 242 pgs., $20 Wraps trade eds., all 4
volumes are v/g copies. Volume I has slight fading of front cover. A 4 volume set, with the first volume covering the
beginning of US involvement, the second volume is titled Edge of Chaos as it deals with the decision to intervene,
the third voume is titled 'Why Vietnam,' and the last volume is titled 'Alternatives for Americans.'
The last two volumes were printed in 1968.

26235.) CENTRE INTERNATIONAL d'INFORMATION pour la DENONCIATION des CRIMES de GUERRE
PUBLICATION:->Crimes de Guerre au Vietnam: 4 annees d'escade ll'education la 4 zone. PB:: Paris, 1969. 53
pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., cracking of spine reparied, o/w a v/g copy. French text with many photos.

157.) CHALIAND, GERARD: Preface by PHILIPPE DEVILLERS: Translated by PETER WILES:->The Peasants of
North Vietnam. PB:Penguin Books: Baltimore, Md., 1969. 244 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, cover has shop worn appearance,
moderate soiling outer edges & enpapers, o/w a v/g copy. Book is an outcome of a five-week tour among the
villages of three provinces in the Red River delta during October and November of 1967. Book originally published
in France in 1968.
6776.) CHAMBERS, LARRY: ->Death In the A Shau Valley: L Company LRRPs in Vietnam, 1969-70. HC:Ivy Books:
New York, 1998. BC Edition 240 pgs., $7.5 Stamp not for resale on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a v/g plus d/j..
Memoir of unit that acted as the eyes and ears fo the 101st in the A Shau Valley.

3190.) CHANOFF, DAVID and DOAN VAN TOAI:->Portrait of the Enemy: The Other Side of the War in Vietnam.
HC:I. B. Tauris Pubklishers: London, 1985. 215 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book consists of a wide range
of interviews with North Vietnamese soldiers, Vietcong guerillas, opposition leaders and common people from both
North and South Vietnam.
160.) CHARLTON, MICHAEL and ANTHONY MONCRIEFF:->Many Reasons Why: The American Involvement In
Vietnam. HC:Hill and Wang: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Title originally
published in England. Book consists of interviews for BBC contemporary history series. Some of the persons
interviewed are George Ball, William Bundy, Dean Rusk, General Westmoreland and Nguyen Cao Ky.

8773.) CHASE, Eds. HAROLD W. & ALLEN H. LERMAN:->Kennedy and the Press: The News Conferences.
HC:Thomas Y. Crowell Co.: New York, 1965. 555 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/. Book has an extensive index so
that statements on particular subjects or persons can be found. Introduction by Pierre Salinger.

30162.) CHATHAM HOUSE STUDY GROUP, ->Collective Defence In South East Asia: The Manila Treaty and Its
Implications. PB:Royal Institute of International Affairs: London, 1956. 1ST Edition 197 pgs., $6 Wraps, cover
taped and remains a tight reading copy.

24453.) CHAUMONT GUITRY, GUYde: ->Lettres D'Indochine. HC:AMS: New York, 1971. REP. Edition 222 pgs.,
$12.5 A mint copy. Personal memoir of a french enlistee who went to Vietnam in 1947. French text. Originally
published by Editions Alsatia in Paris in 1951.

163.) CHESLEY, LARRY: ->Seven Years In Hanoi: A POW Tells His Story. HC:Bookcraft Publishers: Salt Lake City,
Ut., 1973. 4th Edition 158 pgs., $10 A v/g copy. Author was an Air Force officer who was shot down in 1966.

7831.) CHINH, Compiler TRAN TRUNG: ->The Province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 1994.
115 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is primarily a guide book of the province.

3904.) CHINNERY, PHIL: ->Air War in Vietnam. HC:Exeter Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $3.99 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A large size illustrated book covering the air war in Indochina, beginning with Dien
Bien Phu. Some picutres of aircraft used in Laos. Text gives an overall description of the air war.

166.) CHINNERY, PHILIP D.: ->Life On the Line: Stories of Vietnam Air Combat. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York,
1988. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $6 Ligth spot on foreedge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has chipping top of spine
and bottom of backcover. Thirty six accounts of air combat in Vietnam, ranging from FAC missions to Linebacker II
raids over Hanoi. Paperback edition is titled Full Throttle.

8479.) CHITTENDEN, VARICK A.: ->Vietnam Remembered: The Folk Art of Marine Combat Veteran Micheal D.
Cousino, Sr. PB:University Press of Mississippi: Jackson, MS, 1995. 1st Edition 72 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade size ed.,
a fine copy. Michael D. Cousino is a diabled Marine veteran who served in Vietnam. His folk art recalls his
experiences.
8506.) CHONG, DENISE: ->The Girl in the Picture: The Story of Kim Phuc, the Photograph, and the Vietnam War.
HC:Viking Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 373 pgs., $10 Price clipped, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of
the Kim Phuc who was burned by napalm in an air attack in 1972. The photograph of her running from her village
was seen around the world. Later, she was used as a pawn of the Vietnamese Communist and she eventually fled
to Canada.
168.) CHRISTIAN, DAVID and WILLIAM HOFFER:->Victor Six: The Saga of America's Youngest, Most Decorated
Officer In Vietnam. HC:McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.: New York, 1990. 1ST Edition 256 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy
in a v/g plus d/j. Account of a unique infantry unit under the command of Lieutentant Christian that engaged in
clandestine operations in Cambodia. Last half of book deals with his experiences after Vietnam.


5921.) CHRISTOPHER, RENNY: ->The Viet Nam War, The American War: Images and Representations in Euro-
American and Vietnamese Exile Narratives. PB:University of Massachusetts Press: Boston, 1995. 341 pgs., $9.95
Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Author seeks to present how the 'other side ' experienced the war, stating that
Americans have so emphatically excised the Vietnamese from narratives about a war fought in their own country.
Many would question the assumptions of the book. Any serious scholar or veteran sees the war as a real tragedy for
the Vietnamese people.
31662.) CHRONICLE OF WAR MAGAZINE, ->Chronicle Of War Vietnam, Summer 1990, Volume 2, No. 2. Wraps,

4123.) CHRONICLE OF WAR: VIETNAM: 1990, SUMMER:->Chronicle of War., Volume 2, Number 2 PB:: , . 82
pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy. Articles on Ia Trang, seabees, Task Force 116, etc..

401.) CHUNG, Ed. LY QUI: ->Between Two Fires: The Unheard Voices of Vietnam. HC:Praeger Publishers: New
York, 1970. 1st Edition 119 pgs., $5 PB:Praeger Publishers: New York, 1970. 119 pgs., $1.99 Ex-library, a v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a trade size ed, a v/g copy.. The book has an introduction by Frances Fitzgerald, prefatory notes
by Arthur Dommen.
7995.) CHURCHILL, JAN: ->Hit My Smoke! Forward Air Controllers in Southeast Asia. PB:Sunflower University
Press: Manhattan, KS, 1997. 220 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author draws heavily on FAC
personnel who served in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Book contains an excellent selection of photographs.

31610.) CIA INTELLIGENCE MEMORANDUM, ->The Organization, Activities, and Objectives of the Communist
Front in South Vietnam. Wraps photocopied in sofcard cover, a fine quality repritn.

3146.) CIVIC EDUCATION SERVICE, Eds. ->Two Viet Nams in War and Peace. PB:Civic Education Service:
Washington, D.C., 1967. 144 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Written for High School students with a
good historical overview followed by discussion questions on each chapter.

23521.) CLARK, Compiler and Editor GREGORY R.: ->Quotations On the Vietnam War. HC:McFarland & Co.:
Jefferson, NC, 2001. 294 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy with laminated cover. A dictionary of words and quotations
during the Vietnam War arranged in chronological order. Quotations are taken from such sources as battlefield
remarks, placards, news articles, news articles, presidential pronouncements, and press conferences sound bites.
Source notes and index.
87.) CLARK, JOHNNIE M.: ->Guns Up! PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1984. 9TH Edition 357 pgs., $5 Wraps a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Cover blurb states book is about a Marine machine gunner's own exciting true story.
Author also wrote 'Semper Fidelis, ' a Vietnam novel.

6903.) CLARK, THEKLA: ->Children In Exile. HC:Ecco Press: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 179 pgs., $2.99 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. Account of a family that adopts an ethnic Chinese refugee family from Vietnam and then a family

1118.) CLARKE, JEFFREY J.: ->Advice and Support: The Final Years, 1965-1973. HC:Government Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1988. 561 pgs., $17.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Written by Jeffrey Clarke.

89.) CLELAND, MAX: ->Strong At the Broken Places. HC:Chosen Books: Lincoln, VA, 1980. 156 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Author lost both legs and an arm during the Vietnam War. Book is an account of his recovery
through spiritual help. He later became administrator of the Veterans Administration under President Carter.

2982.) CLIFFORD, CLARK with RICHARD HOLBROOKE:->Counsel to the President. HC:Random House: New York,
1991. 709 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

91.) CLIFFORD, GEOFFREY: Text by JOHN BALABAN:->Vietnam: The Land We Never Knew. PB:Chronicle Books:
San Francisco, 1989. 1st Edition 144 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Clifford was a chopper pilot in
Vietnam, Balaban first went to Vietnam as a CO in 1967. Book depicts the beauty of Vietnam with excellent
landscape shots and photos of the ordinary Vietnamese at work and other activities.

20722.) CLIFTON, Coordinating Editor MERRITT: ->Those Who Were There: Eyewitness Accounts of the War in
southeast Asia, 1956-1975, and Aftermath. HC:Dust Books: Paradise, CA, 1984. 297 pgs., $20 A v/g plus copy in a
v/g d/j. This is an annotated bibliography of books, articles, and topic related magazines, covering writings both
factual and imaginative.
5976.) CLINTON, JAMES: ->The Loyal Opposition: Americans in North Vietnam, 1965-1972. HC:University Press of
Colorado: Niwot, CO, 1995. 1st Edition 310 pgs., $9.95 Name on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. This is a
collection of interviews with Americans who publicly opposed the Vietnam War and who traveled to Hanoi to
demonstrate their commitment toward ending the war.
169.) CLODFELTER, MICHAEL: ->Mad Minutes and Vietnam Months: A Soldier's Memoir. Wraps mass market ed.,
a v/g copy. Account of an infantryman who went to Vietnam in 1965, extended six months so as to escape a behind
the lines assignment to a combat one. He was injured by a boobytrap and was awarded the Purple Heart.

5927.) CLUBB, OLIVER: ->The United States and the Sino-Soviet Bloc in Southeast Asia. HC:Brookings Institution:
Washingotn, DC, 1962. 173 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a paperback in library binding, a v/g copy. Study seeks to
consider problems of developing a broad policy framework for Southeast Asia,

7973.) CLYMER, Ed. KENTON J.: ->The Vietnam War: Its History, Literature and Music. PB:Texas Western Press:
El Paso, TX, 1998. 1st Edition 194 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a compilation of the papers by 10
scholars presented at a public symposium in 1996 at El Paso, Texas.

28122.) COBLEIGH, ED: ->War for the Hell of It: A Fighter Pilot's View of Vietnam. PB:Berkeley Publishing Group:
New York, 2005. 1st Edition 273 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., reminader mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy. Author
served two tours in Vietnam, logging 375 combat sorties and over 1,000 hours of combat time in the F-4D Phantom
II fighter/bomber.
170.) COE, CHARLES: ->Young Man In Vietnam. HC:Four Winds Press: New York, 1969. 2nd Edition 109 pgs., $12
PB:Scholastic, Inc.: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 115 pgs., $6 Library binding, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., a fine copy. An account of a young Marine Lieutenant's tour in Vietnam. Written for young young
readers, it is such an honest portrayal of war that it would be banned in some schools.


7804.) COFFIN, TRISTRAM: ->Senator Fulbright. HC:Rupert Hart-Davis: London, 1966. 378 pgs., $10 A v/g copy.
Written when a lot of attention was given to Senator Fulbright's opposition to the Vietnam War and the book focuses


171.) COHEN, Ed. STEVEN: ->Vietnam: Anthology and Guide to a Television History. PB:Alfred A. Knopf: New
York, 1983. 466 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is a summary and collection of documents that follow
the order of the television series 'Vietnam: A Television History.'

21351.) COHEN, Eds. ROBERT and REGINALD E. ZELNIK:->The Free Speech Movement: Reflections On Berkeley
in the 1960s. PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 2002. 1st Edition 618 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a
fine copy. Book consists of a number of essays on the Free Speech Movement, including its roots and aftermath.

172.) COLBY, WILLIAM with JAMES McCARGAR:->Lost Victory: A Firsthand Account of America's Sixteen-Year
Involvement In Vietnam. HC:Contemporary Books, Inc.: Chicago, 1989. 1st Edition 438 pgs., $1.99 Stain on
bottom and foredges, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is Colby's account of America's sixteen year involvement in
Vietnam. He argues that had we adopted the tactics recommended by the CIA, South Vietnam would be a free
independent nation today.
9864.) COLE, DAVID C.: ->Financing Provincial and Local Government in the Republic of Vietnam. PB:University
Microfilms: Ann Arbor, MI, 1969. REP. Edition 302 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A dissertation by author
for his doctorate degree in 1959 at the University of Michigan. It describes, analyzes, and considers ways for
improving the provincial governmental revenue system in the Republic of Vietnam.


5134.) COLE, WENDY M.: ->Vietnam. HC:Chelsea House: New York, 1989. 5th Edition 111 pgs., $1.99 A mint
copy. A title for young readers, part of the Chelsea House 'Places and Peoples of the World ' series.

173.) COLEMAN, J. D.: ->Incursion. A v/g plus copy in a good plus d/j. D/J has scraping spots but no chipping.
Account of the Cambodian incursion. Author particpated in the operation.
9576.) COLLIER, Eds. PETER and DAVID HOROWITZ: ->Second Thoughts: Former Radiclas Look Back At the
Sixties. PB:Madison Books: Lanham, MD, 1989. 271 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is part memoir
and part analysis of the New Left by former editors of Ramparts as they tell of their own personal intellectual
journey..

20746.) COLTON, LARRY: ->Goat Brothers. HC:Doubleday and Co.: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 559 pgs., $12 A
very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A portrayal of the lives of five fraternity brothers at the University of California in the
early sixites, two of whom went to Vietnam. The author is one of the five and he looks back at their lives to see how
they cope with the sixties and afterwards.
20808.) COLVIN, JOHN: ->Volcano Under Snow: Vo Nguyen Giap. HC:Quartet Books Ltd.: London, 1996. 336 pgs.,
$6 Staining outer edges, inside pages not efffected, a good plus reading copy in a slightly stained d/j./w a goo
Author argues that Giap's single-mindedness and his understanding of North Vietnam's ability to sustain the war
would eventually bring victory.
20423.) COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES: ->Lessons To Be Learned From the Management of
Commodities Remaining From Terminated Indochina Economic Assistance Programs. PB:General Accounting
Office: Washington, DC, 1976. Rep. Edition 71 pgs., $5 Wraps photocopied reprint ed., a v/g copy. This is a report to
the Congress by the Comptroller General. Report dated October 20th, 1976.

8192.) CONBOY, KENNETH & DALE ANDRADE: ->Spies and Commandos: How America Lost the Secret War in
North Vietnam. HC:University Press Of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2000. BC Edition 347 pgs., $10 A very fine copy in
a fine d/j. An account of the United States effort to send Vietnamese operatives to North Vietnam, an effort that
proved to be a disaster. A well researched effort.
3375.) CONDOMINAS, GEORGES: ->L'Exotique Est Quotidien: Sar Luk, Vietnam Central.. PB:Plon: Paris, France,
1965. REV. Edition 664 pgs., $25 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. French text, contains 30 illustrations and 3 maps.
Excellent study of a Montagnard village.

177.) CONDOMINAS, GEORGES: Trnaslated from the French by ADRIENNE FOULKE:->We Have Eaten the Forest:
The Story of a Montagnard Village In the Central Highlands Viet.. HC:Hill and Wang: New York, 1977. 1st Edition
423 pgs., $7.5 PB:Hill and Wang: New York, 1977. 1st Edition 423 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a
trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Author spent more than a year with a Montagnard village in 1948 and this book is his
journal while there. It was first published in France in 1957 and it was bought to the attention of the publisher by Dr.
Louis Leakey.
23.) CONLEY, MICHAEL CHARLES: IN SOCIAL SYSTEMS:->The Communist Insurgent Infrastructure In South
Vietnam: A Study of Organization and Strategy. HC:American University: Washington, D.C., 1967. 469 pgs., $25
A v/g plus copy. Research & writing was completed in November of 1966. Study was conducted under a contract
with the U.S. Army.
181.) CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF THE LAWYERS COMMITTEE ON AMERICAN POLICY TOWARDS VIETNAM:-
>Vietnam and International Law: An Analysis of the Legality of the U.S. Military Involvement. PB:O'Hare Books:
Flanders, N.J., 1967. 160 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book produced by a group of international lawyers
who conclude that the military involvement of the United States in Vietnam violates international law. Richard A.
Falk served as Chairman of this committee.
7255.) COOK, JOHN L.: ->Rescue Under Fire: The Story of Dust Off in Vietnam. HC:Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: Atglen,
PA, 1998. 175 pgs., $24.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Account of the men who flew evacuation helicopters.

185.) COOPER, CHESTER L.: Foreward by W. Averell Harriman:->The Lost Crusade. HC:Dodd, Mead & Co.: New
York, 1970. 1ST Edition 559 pgs., $2.5 PB:Fawcett Publications, Inc.: Greenwich, Conn., 1972. 640 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author sets forth his view on how U.S. became
involved in Vietnam and how that commitment escalated out of control. Foreward by W. Averell Harriman.


4777.) COPPIN, EZRA: ->My War Beyond Vietnam. PB:Regal Books: Ventura. CA, 1985. 2nd Edition 208 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g copy. A personal memoir of a Marine who enters Teen Challenge ministry after
serving in Vietnam. Book previously published under the title 'To Proud to Die.'

21345.) CORBETT, JOHN: ->West Dickens Avenue: A Marine at Khe Sanh. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2003.
1st Edition 205 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a young Marine's experience during the

191.) CRAWFORD, ANN CADDELL: Illus. Hau Dinh Cam with foreward by HENRY CABOT LODGE:->Customs and
Culture of Vietnam. HC:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland, Vt., 1969. 9th Edition 259 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. A concise popular written book on Vietnam with black and white illustrations.

7189.) CROSSROADS, VOLUME 7, NO. 2, 1992: ->Vietnamese Poetry and History. PB:Center for Southeast Asian
Studies: Dekalb, Il., 1992. 190 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed, a mint copy. There are four articles in this issue dealing

7251.) CULBERTSON, JOHN J.: ->A Sniper in the Arizona, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, in the Arizona Territory,
1967. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. BC Edition 269 pgs., $3.95 Not for reslae stamped on enpaper, o/w a very
fine copy in a very fine d/j. Memoir of a Marine who was in a unit patrolling the paddy dikes, mud, and mountains of
the Arizona Territory southwest of Da Nang.
5818.) CULBERTSON, JOHN: ->Operation Tuscaloosa: 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines, at An Hoa, 1967. PB:Ivy
Books: New York, NY, 1997. 2nd Edition 243 pgs., $5 Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Author served as
point man for the lead squard of Homtel Company, 2/5.

24103.) CUMMINGS, DELANO: ->Moon Dash Warrior: The Story of an American Indian in Vietnam, A Marine From
the Land of the Lumbee. HC:Signal Tree Publications: Rockbridge Baths, VA, 1998. 2nd Edition 266 pgs., $4 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Personal memoir of a Lumbee Indian from Robeson County, North Carolina who served in
Vientam as a United States Marine.
8535.) CURREY, CECIL B.: ->Victory At Any Cost: the Genius of Viet Nam's Gen Vo Nguyen Giap. PB:Brassey's:
Dulles, VA, 1999. 1st Edition 401 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A well received biography of Giap.

27526.) DALLEK, ROBERT: ->Parnters In Power: Nixon and Kissinger. HC:HarperCollins: New York, 2007. 1st
Edition 740 pgs., $27.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A fascinating account of the relationship between President
Nixon and Henry Kissinger by a noted historian.

4784.) DALLOZ, JACQUES: ->La guerre d'Indochine: 1945-1954. PB:Editions du Seuil: Paris, 1987. 314 pgs.,
$19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text, book has very detailed footnotes and a bibliography.

20215.) DALY, JAMES A. and LEE BERGMAN: ->Black Prisoner of War: A Conscientious Objector's Vietnam
Memoir. PB:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2000. Rep. Edition 312 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Memoir of a black soldier held captive for than five years by the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese and
subsequently accused 9and acquitted) of collaboration with the enemy. First published in 1975 under the title 'A
Hero's Welcome.'
6068.) DALY, JAMES and LEE BERGMAN: ->A Hero's Welcome: The Conscience of Sergeant James Daly vs. the
United States Army. HC:Bobb-Merrill: Indiana[polis, IN, 1975. 1st Edition 267 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g
d/j. Wraps paperback ed., a mint copy which is titled Black Prisoner of War. Account of a POW who spoke out against
the war while in captivity. On his return, he was charged with treason but the charges were later dismissed. s Army.


199.) DANG, NGHIEM: ->Viet-Nam: Politics and Public Administration. HC:East-West Center Press: Honolulu, Hi.,
1966. 437 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a poor d/j. Author was an administrator in North Vietnam during the early
40's. He was Professor and Vice Rector of the National Institute of Administration in Saigon at the time this book
was written.
202.) DAREFF, HAL: ->The Story of Vietnam: A Background Book for Young People. HC:Parents Magazine Press:
New York, 1966. 256 pgs., $2.99 PB:Avon Books: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 174 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy.
Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. This is a book written for Junior High grades. Includes an account of U.S.
involvement.
23539.) DAUM, Eds. ANDREAS W., LLOYD C. GARDNER, and WILFRIED MAUSBACH:->America, the Vietnam War,
and the World: Comparative and International Perspectives. PB:Cambridge Univeristy Press: New York, 2003. 1st
Edition 371 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. The book presents new perspectives on the Vietnam War, its
global repercussions, and the role the war had on modern history.

9500.) DAVID, GILBERT: ->Chroniques Secretes D'Inodchine (1928-1946, Volume I and II. PB:Editions
:L'Harmattan: Paris, 1994. 861 pgs., $75 Wraps trade eds., a mint two volume set. French text.

203.) DAVIDSON, PHILLIP B.: ->Vietnam At War: The History 1946-1975. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1988. BC
Edition 758 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Author served in Vietnam as chief intelligence officer, (J-2

25993.) DAVIES, BRUCE and GARY McKAY: ->The Men Who Persevered: The AATTV-the Most Highly Decorated
Australian Unit of the Viet Nam War. PB:Allen & Unwin: Crows Nest, Australia, 2005. 418 pgs., $35 Signed by
author, wraps trade size ed., a mint copy. An account of Australian military instructors known as the Australian Army
Training Team Vietnam.
31264.) DAVIES, BRUCE: ->Battle of Ngok Tavak: Allied Valor and Defeat in Vietnam. PB:Texas Tech University
Press: Lubbock, TX, 2009. 1St Edition 242 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Account of a battle in the
western jungle of Vietnam near Laos that provides insights tnto the challenges that U.s. and Allied forces faced when
fighting in Vietnam.
204.) DAVIES, PETER and BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY OF UNITED METHODIST CHURCH:->The Truth
About Kent State: A Challenge To the American Conscience. PB:Noonday Press: New York, 1973. 2nd Edition 242
pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is an indictment of the Ohio National Guard and of the way the Nixon
Administration handled the tragedy.
3517.) DAVIS, LARRY: ->Gunships: A Pictorial History of Spooky. HC:Squadron/Signal Publications: Carrollton, TX,
1982. BC Edition 64 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Excellent photos with brief text.

8792.) DAVIS, VERNON E.: ->The Long Road Home: U.S. Prisoner of War Policy and Planning in Southeast Asia.
HC:Office of the Secretary of Defense: Washingotn, DC, 2000. 613 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A history
of U.S. policy on POWs during the Vietnam War, up and including Operation Homecoming.

205.) DAWSON, ALAN: ->Fifty-Five Days: The Fall of South Vietnam. HC:Prentice-Hall, Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,
1977. 1st Edition 366 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author spent 7 years in Vietnam and he was the Saigon
Bureau Manager for UPI during his last two years in Vietnam. He left in Septmber of 1975 after being asked to leave
by the new regime.
207.) DE PONCINS, GONTRAN: Translated from the French by BERNARD FRECHTMAN:->From a Chinese City.
PB:Trackless Sands Press: Palo Alto, CA, 1991. REP. Edition 256 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A
description of Cholon in 1955 by a Frenchman. Contains drawings depicting life of Cholon.

30803.) DEAN, CHUCK: ->How Far's the Enemy? Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g plus copy. An account of a
teenager who served in Vietnam, coming home with many personal problems, until recovering through his Christian

5782.) DeBENEDETTI, CHARLES ->An American Ordeal: The Antiwar Movement of the Vietnam Era.
PB:Syracuse University Press: New York, 1990. 3rd Edition 495 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book
provides an interpretive history of the antiwar movement in the United States. Author traces the beginnings of the
anti-war movement back to the emergence of a liberal peace movement against atmospheric nuclear testing from
1955 to 1963, then point sout how extremist elements came to dominant the movement.

9853.) DEBRIS, JEAN-PIERRE and ANDRE MENRAS:->We Accuse. PB:Indochina Mobile Education Project:
Washington, DC, 1973. 93 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. An account of the South Vietnamese prison
system for political prisoners by two French teachers on a French government exchange program in South Vietnam.
They themselves spent two and half in prison in South Vietnam.


2744.) DeFOREST, ORRIN and DAVID CHANOFF:->Slow Burn: The Rise and Bitter Fall of American Intelligence in
Vietnam. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $1.99 PB:Simon & Schuster: New York,
1990. 280 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, an Advance Uncorrected Reader's Proof copy, $7.50,
a fine copy. DeForest served as Chief of Military Region III with the CIA from 1968 to the fall of Saigon.

6191.) DENENBERG, BARRY: ->Voices From Vietnam. PB:Scholastic Inc.: New York, 1995. 251 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. An account of what it was like to be in Vietnam by the men who served there. It
claims not to be a history of the Vietnam War but it is fact a history written for young adults.

5800.) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PUBLICATION: ->POW-MIA Fact Book. PB:Department of Defense:
Washngton, DC, 1987. 33 pgs., $7.5 Wraps booklet format, a fine copy. Book provides a breakdown by state as to

9182.) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, ->The Pentagon Papers: Senator Gravel Edition, the Defense Department
History of United States Decisionmaking On Vietnamm, Volume I. PB:Beacon Press: Boston, 1971. 632 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is Volume I of the 5 volume Senator Gravel Edition.

904.) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, ->The Pentagon Papers: Senator Gravel Edition: The Defense Department
History of United States Decisionmaking On Vietnam, Volume II. PB:Beacon Press: New York, 1971. 831 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is part of the edition of the Pentagon Papers that was made public by Senator
Mike Gravel of Alaska in 1971 of which there were 5 volumes..

31420.) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, ->The Pentagon Papers: The Senator Gravel Edition: The Defense
Department History of United States Decisionmaking on Vietnam, Volume 3. Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus
copy. This is volume 3 of the 5 volume Senator Gravel edition.

26234.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE BULLETIN, ->President Thieu of the Republic of Vietnam Visits the United
States. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 35 pgs., $1.5 Wraps bulletin, a v/g copy. Two
pages are devoted to President Thieu's trip. No postage if ordered with another book.

26202.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 1973: ->Agreement Concluded On Ending the War
and Restoring Peace In Viet-Nam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 39 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
bulletin, small tape scar on front cover, o/w a v/g plus copy. Contains address by President Nixon, News Conference
of Dr. Kissinger, and Texts of Agreements and Protocols.

25761.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE BULLETIN: ->Secretary Kissinger Interviewed for NBC Today Show & (2)
President Ford's News Conference. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1975. 39 pgs., $2.5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. Kissinger's interview was hold on May 5th, 1975 and Ford's news conference was held on May
6th, 1975.
25763.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE BULLETIN: ->U.S. Recovers Merchant Ship Seized By Cambodian Navy & (2)
Texts of Secretary Kissinger's News Conference. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1975. 47 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. News conferneces of Kissinger's werre held in St. Louis and Kansas City on May
12th and 13th of 1975 respectively.
1065.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Agression From the North: The Record of North Viet-Nam's
Campaign To Conquer South Viet-Nam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, 1965. 64 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. This is the infamous white paper issued by the State Department.

26236.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Current Foreign Policy: Congress, the President, and the War
Powers. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 12 pgs., $1.5 Wraps bulletin, a fine copy. A
bulletin issued by the State Department's Bureau of Pulibc Affairs. No postage charge if ordered with a book.

26238.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Current Foreign Policy: Viet-Nam: The Negotiating Process.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 12 pgs., $1.5 Wraps bulletin, a v/g copy. A buuletin issued
by the State Department's Bureau of Public Affairs. No postage charge if ordered with a book.


4817.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Foreign Relations of the United States: 1964-1968, Volume II,
Vietnam: January-June 1965. HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1996. 798 pgs., $35 A mint copy.
No d/j. General Editor: Glenn W. LaFantasie, Editors: David C. Humphrey, Ronald D. Landa, and Louis J. Smith.

220.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: JOHN P. GLENNON, Editor In Chief:->Foreign Relations of the
United States: 1955-1957, Volume I, Vietnam. HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1985. 912 pgs.,

6360.) DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATIONS: ->Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964-1968, Volume
IV, Vietnam 1966. HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1998. 1019 pgs., $35 A mint copy. No d/j.

26237.) DEPPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION: ->Current Foreign Policy: A Program for Peace in Viet-Nam.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 7 pgs., $1.5 Wraps bulletin, a fine copy. A bulletin issued by
the State Department's Bureau of Public Affairs. No postage charge if ordered with a book.

25751.) DESBARATS, JACQUELINE and KARL D. JACKSON:->Political Violence in Vietnam: the Dark Side of
Liberation. PB:Indochina Report: Singapore, 1986. 31 pgs., $2.5 Wraps a v/g copy.

402.) DEUEL, AUSTIN: ->Vietnam: Even God Is Against Us. HC:Impressions West: Escondido, Ca., 1988. 146 pgs.,
$35 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Author served as a combat artist with the USMC in Vietnam in 1967. Book
contains 49 original paintings and vignettes by the author with accompanying text that express his verbal impressions
as well. The text is substantial and this combined with quality art make it one of the best art books to date on the
Vietnam War.
3737.) DEVANEY, JOHN: ->The Vietnam War. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 63 pgs., $18.95
Library binding, mint as purchased new. Written for elementrary students, begins with the battle of Dien Bien Phu.

3192.) DI LEO, DAVID L.: ->George Ball, Vietnam, and the Rethinking of Containment. HC:University of North
Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1991. 1st Edition 265 pgs., $15 PB:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill,
1991. 1st Edition 265 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A well researched
account that profiles Ball's opposition to the United State's role in Vietnam and evaluates the impact of his dissent
on the Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon adminstrations.
21020.) DI ST. THECLA, ADRIANO: ->A Small Treatise on the Sects Among the Chinese and Tonkinese: A Study of
Religon in China and North Vietnam in the 18th Century. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 2002.
351 pgs., $32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This treatise was written by a Roman Catholic priest in 1750. There
is a facsimile copy of the original text in the book and the page numbers of this copy is not included in the number
of pages given above.

404.) DICTIONARY: ->Vietnamese-English Dictionary. PB:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland, Vt, 1997. 5th Edition
568 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Compiled by Nguyen Dinh Hoa. Dictionary is from Vietnamese to
4596.) DICTIONARY: ->Vietnamese-English/English-Vietnamese Dictionary. PB:Hippocrene Books , Inc.: New
York, 1995. 5th Edition 501 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. Contains over 12,000 entries,
Vietnamese words fully romanized, English pronunciation fully indicated, appendix of English synonyms and
antonyms and appendix of modern Vietnamese terms.
405.) DIEM, BUI with DAVID CHANOFF: ->In the Jaws of History. HC:Houghton Mifflin, Inc.: Boston, Mass., 1987. 1st
Edition 367 pgs., $3.99 Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author is former South Vietnamese Ambassador to
the United States from 1967-1972. He also held a number of other significant posts in the Vietnam goverment,
including being a member of the delagation to the 1954 Geneva Conference. One of the best books to date from a
Vietnamese perspective.

21395.) DIEN, KHONG: ->Population and Ethno-Demography in Vietnam. PB:Silkworm Books: Chiengmai,
Thailand, 2002. 1st Edition 207 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study focuses on the last two
decades. It analyzes the ethnic groups and sub-groups by name, geographical distribution, and linguistic origin.
Other factors covered are population structure, population growth, and the relationship between population and
socio-economic development.
229.) DIETZ, TERRY: ->Republicans and Vietnam, 1961-1968. HC:Greenwood Press: Westport, Ct., 1986. 1st
Edition 184 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy. Book reviews role of Republican Party while out of power during the Vietnam
War. Author interviewed a significant number of Congressional learders for this book.

230.) DILLARD, WILLARD SCOTT: ->Sixty Days To Peace: Implementing the Paris Peace Accords Vietnam, 1973.
PB:National Defense University Press: Washington. D.C., 1982. 240 pgs., $6 A wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book
relates experiences of the US Delegation, Four-Party Joint Military Commission and the MACV in South Vietnam in
1973. Author was a member of this delegation serving in the capacity of US Delagation Historian.

231.) DINH, NGUYEN THI: ->No Other Road To Take: Memoir of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Dinh. PB:SEAP Cornell
University: Ithaca, N.Y., 1976. 77 pgs., $15.95 Wraps monogrpah, a mint copy. Ms. Dinh became a member of the
Presidium of the NFL Central Committee in 1964. She became Deputy Commander of South Vietnam Liberation
Armed Forces in 1965.
6368.) DINH-HOA, NGUYEN: ->Essential English-Vietnamese Dictionary. PB:Charles E. Tuttle Co.: Rutland, VT,
1997. 8th Edition 316 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

232.) DISSENT, 1966, MARCH-APRIL: ->Vietnam & 'The Great Society.' PB:: , 1966. 0 pgs., $3 This issue
contains three articles relating to the issue of Vietnam by A. Philip Randolph, Jack Rader and Irving Howe.

6607.) DO, KIEM and JULIE KANE: ->Counterpart: A South Vietnamese Naval Officer's War. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 1998. 2nd Edition 233 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a very fine d/j. Kiem Do was deputy chief of staff
for operations of the South Vietnamese Navy and as Saigon was falling, he carried out the evacuation of 35 ships
and some thirty thousand at-risk South Vietnamese. He also gives an account of his life in the navy from fighting
against the Binh Xuyen pirates to sea battle between China and South Vietnam.

22050.) DOAN VAN PHUC, ->Tu Vung Cac Phuong Ngu Ede. HC:Universite Nationale de Ha Noi: Hanoi, 1998.
167 pgs., $25 A mint copy. Vietnamese text.

25597.) DOBRYNIN, ANATOLY: ->In Confidence: Moscow's Ambassador to America's Six Cold War Presidents
HC:Times Books: New York, 1995. 2nd Edition 672 pgs., $3.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. An excellent
reference for viewing the Russian-American diplomatic relationships during the Vietnam War.




22156.) DOCKERY, Eds.. KEVIN and BILL FAWCETT: ->The Teams: An Oral History of the U.S. Navy Seals.
HC:Willaim Morrow & Co.: New York, 1998. BC Edition 283 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A collection
of oral histories of SEALS who tell of their experiences.

8729.) DOCKERY, KEVIN: ->Free Fire Zones: The True Story of U.S. Navy Seal Combat in Vietnam.
HC:HarperCollins Publishers: New York, 2000. BC Edition 234 pgs., $12 PB:HarperCollins Publishers: New York,
2000. 1st Edition 234 pgs., $6.5 A very fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has small tear along top edge of spine. Wraps
mass market ed., a mint copy. An account of what the author regards as the greatest SEAL mission in Vietnam.

30131.) DOCKERY, KEVIN: ->Operation Thunderhead: The True Story of Vietnam's Final POW Rescue Mission-and
the Last Navy Seal Killed In Country. HC:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 2008. 1ST Edition 294 pgs., $23.95
A mijnt copy in a mint d/j. A very informative account and of interest as to how our POW's were treated by the
North Vietnamese, both of whom rtried to escape and what happen to those that made no attempt to escape.


22594.) DOCKERY, MARTIN J.: ->Lost In Translation, Vietnam: A Combat Advisor's Story. HC:Ballantine Books:
New York, 2003. 1st Edition 254 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir of a combat advisor to ARVN
beginning in 1962 that reveals how poorly train the ARVN was, incompetent, and unwilling to fight for a
government every bit as corrupt as that of the French colonial empire it replaced.

9256.) DOLAN, EDWARD F.: ->America After Vietnam: Legacies of a Hated War. HC:Franklin Watts Inc.: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A book written for Junior High readers. He lists
five legacies: (1) Alienation on the part of vets, (2) invisible legacy of psychological trauma on part of vets, (3) Agent
Orange, (4) anguish on the part of families of MIAs and POWs, and (5) the legacy of refugees coming to this country.

9424.) DOLAN, EDWARD F.: ->MIA: Missing in Action, A Vietnam Drama. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 128 pgs., $10 Remainder mark top edge, enpaper removed, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A general survey
on the issues surrounding the POW/MIA controversy. Written for high school students but it does provide a good
background for anyone not familiar with the issues involved.

9032.) DOLAN, Jr. EDWARD F.: ->Amnesty: The American Puzzle. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1976. 1st Edition
102 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author chronicles amnesty in American history and explores the
differing points of view about amnesty of Vietnam era draft evaders, deserters, and those dishonorably discharged.
He concludes the issue must be resolved if the country's wound from the war are to be healed.

233.) DON, TRAN VAN: ->Our Endless War: Inside Vietnam. PB:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1987. 1st Edition 274
pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author was a General in the South Vietnamese Army and also served
for a time as Defense Minister and Vice Premier of South Vietnam. Provides a detailed account of the coup against
Diem.
234.) DONAHUE, JAMES C.: ->No Greater Love. HC:Daring Books: Canton, Oh., 1989. 2nd Edition 267 pgs., $10
Signed by author, a fine copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, Book Club editon, $2.99, a very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j.
An account of one days's battle which the author was involved in with seven other Green Berests and a company of
Camboidan volunteers. Author served with 5th Special Forces Group in Vietnam as a medic.


7287.) DONLON, ROGER: ->Beyond Nam Dong. HC:R and N Publishers: Leavenworth, KS, 1998. 11th Edition 225
pgs., $10 Signed by author, a mint copy in a mint d/j. Written by the first recipient of the Medal of Honor in
Vietnam. Author describes his life of teamwork while growing up in a family of 12, then team work with his 12 man
Special Forces squad in Vietnam, followed by his marriage to a young Vietnamese widow.

5889.) DONNELL, JOHN C. & GERALD C. HICKEY: ->The Vietnamese 'Strategic Hamlets': A Preliminary Report.
PB:Rand Corporation: San Monica, CA, 1962. 29 pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a photocopied reprint. A critique of
the Strategic Hamlet program in the early years.

2455.) DONOVAN, ROBERT J.: ->Nemesis: Truman and Johnson In the Coils of War In Asia. HC:St. Martin's Press:
New York, 1984. 1st Edition 216 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The book covers the interventions of the United
States under Presidents Truman and Johnson in Asia.

2456.) DOOLEY, AGNES W.: ->Promises To Keep: The Life of Dr. Thomas A. Dooley. A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Author is the mother of Dr. Tom Dooley.

8748.) DOOLEY, GEORGE E.: ->Battle for the Central Highlands: A Special Forces Story. PB:Ballantine Books:
New York, 2000. 1st Edition 274 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. An account of the role of the Special
Forces in the Central Highlands. Author served two tours in Vietnam with the Special Forces.

94.) DOOLEY, THOMAS A.: ->Deliver Us From Evil. A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Tom Dooley's account of how he
assisted Vietnamese refugees going south after 1954.

2568.) DOOLEY, TOM: ->Before I Sleep...The Last Days of Dr. Tom Dooley. HC:Farrar, Straus & Cudahy: New York,
1961. BC Edition 275 pgs., $2.5 Writing on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Edited by James Monahan.

1363.) DORAIS, LOUIS-JACQUEST, LISE PILON-LE and NGUYEN HUY:->Exile In a Cold Land: A Vietnamese
Community in Canada. PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT.., 1987. 220 pgs.,
$15.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Written by Louis-Jacques Dorais, Lise Pilon-Le and Nguyen Huy.

9258.) DORLAND, GIL: ->Legacy of Discord: Voices of the Vietnam War Era. HC:Brassey's: Washingotn, DC, 2001.
1st Edition 249 pgs., $15 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book contains excerpts of 19 interviews by the author with major
participants of the Vietnam War ranging from Daniel Ellsberg to Henry Kissinger.



95.) DORLAND, PETER AND JAMES NANNEY: ->Dust Off: Army Aeromedical Evacuation. PB:Center for Military
History: Washington, DC, 2006. 134 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. This study chronicles the early
problems of medical evacuation in Vietnam, recounts the valorof several of the Dust Off crews, and describes the
procedures and equipment used to speed movement of patients to in-theater Army hospitals. Dorland served as a
Dust Off pilot in Vietnam.
7173.) d'ORLEANS, HENRI: ->Around Tonkin and Siam: A French Colonialist View of Tonkin, Laos and Siam (1892).
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 374 pgs., $21.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Prince Henri
d'Orleans visited Hanoi, the Red River regions, the Upper Black River to Lai Chau, Luangprabang and parts of Siam
in 1892 and this is his account of these travels. Book is well illustrated with period pieces and there is an excellent
introduction by Walter E. J. Tips.

22610.) DORR, Eds. ROBERT F. and CHRIS BISHOP: ->Vietnam Air Warfare: The Story of the Aircraft, the Battles,
and the Pilots Who Fought. HC:Chartwell Books, Inc.: Edison, NJ, 1996. 256 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy in a mint
d/j. A highly illustrated and informative guide to combat war planes used by the USAF and VNAF. Portions of the
text have appeared in different form in Air War South Vietnam and Air War Hanoi by Robert Dorr.

96.) DORR, ROBERT E.: ->Vietnam: Combat From the Cockpit. HC:Motorbooks International: Ocseola, Wi., 1989.
128 pgs., $20 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book contains remembrances of 30 combat fliers from the Vietnam War
which is combined with 80 full-color photos of the planes they flew.

3981.) DORR, ROBERT F.: ->Air War South Vietnam. HC:Arms and Armour Press: London, 1990. 160 pgs., $20 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author traces the build up of US forces beginning in 1961 through the 'Farm Gate'
training missions to the end with the fall of Saigon in 1975.

97.) DORR, ROBERT F.: ->Vietnam Mig Killers: Deadly Duel Over Vietnam. HC:Motorbooks International: Osceola,
W., 1988. 128 pgs., $20 Name on inside cover, o/w a fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A photo book coupled with a brief
text on aircraft during the Vietnam War. Photos are in color.

98.) DOUGAN, CLARK, STEPHEN WEISS and EDITORS of BOSTON PUBLISHING CO.:->The American Experience
In Vietnam. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 352 pgs., $6 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
Format similiar to Boston Publishing Co. series. Covers period of first American advisors to the fall of Saigon.
Excellent photos.
99.) DOWDY, HOMER E: ->The Bamboo Cross. HC:Hodder & Stroughton Ltd.: London, 1967. 3rd Edition 239 pgs.,
$2.99 PB:Hodder and Stoughton: London, 1968. 2nd Edition 223 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An account of
two Montagnard tribesmen who were involved in rallying their people against the Communist.

237.) DOWNS, FREDERICK: ->No Longer Enemies, Not Yet Friends: An American Soldier Returns to Vietnam. HC:W.
W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 352 pgs., $2.99 Review copy with review laid in, a fine copy in a v/g
plus d/j. Author is the director of the Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service for the Veterans Adminstration. He served
in Vietnam and was seriously wounded, losing his left arm.

28937.) DOYLE, Eds. JEFF AND JEFFREY GREY: ->Australia R&R: Representations and Reinterpretations of
Australia's War in Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

20081.) DOYLE, JEFF, JEFFREY GREY, and PIERCE:->Australia's Vietnam War. HC:Texas A&M University Press:
College Station, TX, 2002. 1st Edition 218 pgs., $39.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This book seeks to show the
consequences the Vietnam War had in Australia through an evaluation of the literature arising from the war, the
manner in which the country memorialized its veterans. There is also an interesting chapter on protest and dissent
on the war in Australia.
31594.) DRACHMAN, EDWARD R.: ->United States Policy Toward Vietnam, 1940-1945. A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

241.) DRAPER, THEODORE: ->Abuse of Power. PB:Viking Press: New York, 1967. 244 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a
v/g copy. A critical account of how the U.S. became involved in Vietnam.

3274.) DRENDEL, LOU: ->Aircraft of the Vietnam War: A Pictorial Review. HC:Aero Publishers, Inc.: New York, 1980.
BC Edition 64 pgs., $3.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book depicts different types of aircraft used in the Vietnam War

6778.) DRENDEL, LOU: ->Gunslingers in Action: Aircraft No. Fourteen. PB:Squadron Signal Publications:
Carrollton, TX, 1974. 49 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A book on depicitng the types of choppers used by

4787.) DRENDEL, LOU: ->The Air War in Vietnam. PB:Arco Publishing Inc.: New York, 1981. 5th Edition 95 pgs.,
$8.5 Wraps trade ed., slight curling of cover tips, o/w a v/g copy. The book was reviewed by the Department of
Defense and the corrections suggested were incorporated into the material presented in the book.

20555.) DREYFUS, GASTON: ->Gaston Dreyfus: Lettres du Tonking, 1884-1886. PB:Editions L;Harmattan: Paris,
2001. 207 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Dreyfus was a military doctor serving in Tonkin. French text.

26060.) DREZ, RONALD J. and DOUGLAS BRINKLEY:->Voices of Courage: The Battle for Khe Sanh, Vietnam.
HC:Bulfinch Press: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 186 pgs., $2.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a
fine d/j. An account of the battle of Khe Sanh with excellent photos and icludes 2 audio CDS from Khe Sanh
veterans. A must collectable item for any Khe Sanh vet.
7175.) DRINAN, ROBERT F.: ->Vietnam and Armageddon: Peace, War and the Christian Conscience. HC:Sheed &
Ward: New York, 1970. 210 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Spine of d/j has scrape as prior owner had
aurthor's initial tape to spine. Author is Jesuit who was Dean of the Boston College Law School from 1956 to 1969
and a Corresponding editor for America, the national Catholic magazine.

26926.) DROR, Introductions and Annotations OLGA and K. W. TAYLOR: ->Views Of Seventeenth-Century Vietnam.
PB:SEAP Cornell University: Ithaca, NY, 2006. 290 pgs., $25.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Christoforo Borri
writes on Cochinchina and Samuel Baron on Tonkin.


244.) du BERRIER, HILAIRE: ->Background to Betrayal: The Tragedy of Vietnam. HC:Western Islands: Belmont,
Mass., 1965. 316 pgs., $6 A v/g copy. No d/j. Author opposed U.S. backing of Diem, stating U.S. should have
backed Bao Dai. Introduction to book by Ralph Welch of the John Birch Society.

22263.) DUC, NGUYEN PHU: ->The Viet Nam Peace Negotiations: Saigon's Side of the Story. PB:Dalley Book
Service: Christiansburg, VA, 2005. 1st Edition 463 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author served as
National Security Advisor to President Thieu and he was a participant in many of the meetings between US
representatives and President Thieu. In 1972, he was sent by Thieu to meet with President Nixon over the GVN's
concerns about the agreements reached between the US and North Vietnam negotiated by Kissinger. Edited by
Arthur Dommen with an introduction by him.

9901.) DUFF, et al EDWARD: ->The Burden of the Berrigans. PB:Holy Cross Quarterly: Worcester, MA, 1971. 80
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A publication in which 10 contributors crtique the Berrigans and their anti-
5076.) DUFFY, Eds. DAN and KALI TAL: ->Nobody Gets Off the Bus: The Viet Nam Generation Big Book.
PB:Vietnam Generation, Inc.: Woodbridge, CT, 1994. 424 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. This
publication contians a wide range of articles on the war, poetry , book reviews etc..


33165.) DUIKER, WILLIAM J.: ->Ho Chi Minh: A Life. PB:Hyperion: New York, 2000. 1ST Edition 692 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
3380.) DUIKER, WILLIAM J.: ->Vietnam: Nation in Revolution. PB:Westview Press: Boulder, Co., 1983. 6th Edition
171 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Author traces the evolution of Vietnam from the precolonial
period to the end of Vietnam War in 1975. The last three chapters deal with the current phase of the Vietnamese
revolution since the Communist tiumph in 1975.
6262.) DUIKER, WILLIAM: ->Vietnam: Revolution in Transition. PB:Westview Press: Boulder, CO., 1995. 2nd
Edition 250 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., remainder mark top edge, o/w a v/g plus copy. This is the second edition. A
comprehensive account of the overall context of Vietnam's national experience from pre-colonial times to the
present.

2916.) DUNCAN, DONALD: ->The New Legions. HC:Random House: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 275 pgs., $2.99
PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $1.99 Price clipped, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account by a sergeant in the Green Berets of his experience in Vietnam and why he is
opposed to the war. This author and his book were very popular in the anti-war movement.

26199.) DUNCANSON, DENNIS: ->If Hanoi Wins: A Commonwealth of Red Dominoes. PB:Quadrant: Sydney,
Australia, 1970. 8 pgs., $1.5 Wraps booklet, a v/g plus copy. No postage charge if order with a book. Quadrant is a
publication of the Australian Association of Cultural Freedom located in Sydney, Australia.

5063.) DUNSTAN, SIMON: ->Armour of the Vietnam Wars. PB:Osprey Publishing: London, 1985. 40 pgs., $10
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Author briefly describes North Vietnamese, ARVN, U.S. Army, and Marine armour

7060.) DUPUIS, J.: ->A Journey to Yunnan and the Opening of the Red River to Trade. PB:White Lotus Press:
Bangkok, 1998. REP. Edition 105 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., top tip of cover bent, o/w a v/g plus copy. Originally
published as Voyage au Yunnan et Ouverture du Fleuve Rouge au Commerce, 1880 in Annales du Musee Guimet,
Vol. I, pp. 139-201. Dupuis was a French tradeer who journeyed up the Red River in 1872-1873.

251.) DURRANCE, DICK: Introduction by RON KOVIC:->Where War Lives: A Photographic Journal of Vietnam.
PB:Noonday Press: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 148 pgs., $2.95 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author served in
Vietnam with the Army Special Photographic Office from 1967 to 1968 and this book is his personal selection of
photos taken during this period.
8652.) DURSTEWITZ, JEFF and RUTH WILLIAMS: ->Younger Than That Now: A Shared Passage from the Sixties.
HC:Bantam Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 343 pgs., $2.99 Small bump on bottom edge of front cover, o/w a
v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Memoirs of two persons who started a correspondence in 1969, she a proper girl and
school editor from Yazoo City, MS and he a reporter for a school paper from Long Island. They continued a
relationship for over 30 years. Their letters provide an excellent social history of the issues raised by the sixties.

3322.) EBERT, JAMES R.: ->A Life in a Year: The American Infantryman in Vietnam, 1965-1972. HC:Presidio Press:
Novato, Ca., 1993. 1st Edition 406 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book focuses on the life of the
'grunt' in Vietnam, drawing upon interviews with over 50 infantrymen who served in Vietnam.

253.) EDELMAN, Ed. BERNARD: ->Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York,
1985. 3rd Edition 316 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. . Book contains letters sent to the New York Vietnam
Veterans Memorial Commission as one of their projects when establishing the New York Vietnam Memorial.

3980.) EDIGER, Compiler MAX and DORIS LONGACRE, Ed.->Release Us From Bondage: Six Days in a Vietnamese
Prison. PB:Mennonite Central Committee: Akron, PA, 1974. 28 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy.
Contains poetry and art work by prisoners of the South Vietnam government. Publication provides a critique of the
South Vietnamese prison system which estimated that there were over 100,00 political prisoners held by the Thieu
regime.
7115.) EDWARDS, RICHARD: ->The Vietnam War. HC:Rourke Enterprises, Inc.: Vero Beach, FL, 1986. 77 pgs., $12
Libray binding, a v/g copy. Book is part of a Flashpoints series on conflicts in the world written for Junior High

254.) EFFROS, Compiler WILLIAM G.: ->Quotations Vietnam: 1945-1970. PB:Random House: New York, 1970.
248 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Selection of quotations reflects an anti-war bias as one can tell by the

255.) EGENDORF, ARTHUR: ->Healing From the War: Trauma and Transformation After Vietnam. HC:Houghton
Mifflin: Boston, 1985. 1st Edition 324 pgs., $1.99 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author a
psychologist and Vietnam veteran who deals with the trauma of war and the process of healing that can take occurr.



256.) EHRHART, W. D.: ->Vietnam-Perkasie: A Combat Marine's Memoir. PB:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC,
1983. 2nd Edition 311 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Another copy, $5.00, a wraps mass market ed.,
spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy. A memoir by one of the leading writers of Vietnam War literature. He served
with the Marines in Vietnam and afterwards became active in The Vietnam Veterans Against the War.

6384.) EHRHART, W.D.: ->Busted: A Vietnam Veteran in NIxon's America. HC:University of Massachusetts Press:
Amherst, MA, 1995. 1st Edition 146 pgs., $15 With complimnets from the author slip laid in, a mint copy in a mint
d/j. Another copy, $10.00, a fine copy in a fine d/j. This is the third book in Ehrhart's Vietnam War trilogy. The book
explores the contradiction between law and justice in Nixon's America and an examination of why the wounds
inflicted on the United States by the war are so slow to heal.

5966.) EHRHART: W.D.: ->In the Shadow of Vietnam: Essays, 1977-1991. HC:McFarland & Company: New York,
1977. 195 pgs., $7.95 A mint copy. Contains 23 essays by Ehrhart ranging from flag burning to teaching the
3017.) EILERT, RICK: ->For Self and Country. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1983. 2nd Edition 304 pgs.,
$7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a young Mrine corporal who was severly wounded in Vietnam from a bobby
trap and spent a year in the hospital recovering. Since then, he had 39 operations but he married his teenage
sweeheart and has two children. Book is his story of this journey.


8925.) EISNER, WILL: ->Last Day in Vietnam: A Memory. PB:Dark Horse Comics, Inc.: Milwaukie, OR, 2000. 2nd
Edition 76 pgs., $10.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A series of 5 cartoon stories of the a GIs experience in Vietnam
as they became short timers. There is also one cartoon story with a Korea setting.

7426.) ELLIOTT, DUONG VAN MAI: ->The Sacred Willow: Four Generations in the Life of a Vietnamese Family.
HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 506 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The author
tells the story of her family over four generations, from the 19th century to the present. Her father served the French
colonial regime while her sister joined the Communist guerillas.

9587.) ELLIOTT, PAUL: ->Vietnam: Conflict and Controversy. HC:Arms and Armour: London, 1996. 192 pgs., $10
Remainder mark bottom edge and part of d/j, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. The book provides a detailed look at
the forces within the American military that contributed to what he conisers was the defeat in Vietnam. Issues
coverred are use of Agent Orange, the Phoenix Program, one-year tours of duty, etc..

260.) ELLSBERG, DANIEL: ->Papers on the War. PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 309 pgs., $6
Wraps a trade ed, a v/g copy. Book contains essays by the author that offer his explanation of U.S. policies and
strategies. Included is an essay titled 'Murder In Laos.'

20729.) ELLSBERG, DANIEL: ->Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers. HC:Viking Press: New
York, 2002. 1st Edition 498 pgs., $7.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Ellsberg provides a very detailed account
of his making the Pentagon Papers public.

5288.) ELY, JOHN HART: ->War and Responsibility: Constitutional Lessons of Vietnam and Its Aftermath.
HC:Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ, 1993. 1ST Edition 244 pgs., $7.5 Name on enpaper, o/w a very fine
copy in a very fine d/j. The author analyzes the constitutional ambiguities of the American involvement in Vietnam
and concludes with a proposed revised version of the War Powers Resolution.

8467.) EMBASSY OF VIET-NAM PUBLICATION: ->Doing Business in Vietnam: Legal and Commercial
Considerations. PB:Viet-Nam Council on Foreign Relations: , 1971. REP. Edition 118 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size

21692.) EMERING, EDWARD J.: ->Viet Cong: A Photographic Portrait. HC:Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: Atglen, PA,
1999. 200 pgs., $39.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Photographs are divided under 7 groups: Viet Cong Guerillas,
main force Viet Cong, Viet Cong gatherings, Viet Cong weapons, Viet Cong awards, Viet Cong artistic troupes, and
Viet Cong jungle life. Only 7 pages of text with the rest of the book devoted to black and white photographs.

262.) EMERSON, GLORIA A.: ->Winners and Losers: Battles, Retreats, Gains, Losses and Ruins From a Long War.
HC:Random House: New York, 1977. 3rd Edition 406 pgs., $1.99 PB:Harocurt Brace Jovanovich: New York, 1978.
1st Edition 422 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A journalistic account of the feelings
about the Vietnam War by a good cross section of Americans, ranging from veterans to war resisters Inlclueded are
Vietnamese as well. Author covered the Indochina War for the New York Times and it is one of the earlier works
dealing with the aftermath of the war as to the impact it made on our society.

6403.) ENGELBRECHT, CHARLES: ->The Guns Fell Silent and the War Began. PB:Engelbrecht and Associates:
Laurel, MA, 1987. 213 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, a v/g plus copy. A memoir on the problems
of adjusting to civilian life by a former Marine veteran who served six years in Vietnam.

263.) ENGELMANN, LARRY: ->Tears Before the Rain: An Oral History of the Fall of South Vietnam. HC:Oxford
University Press: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 375 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book contains 70 oral
histories on the fall of Vietnam, both American and Vietnamese observers.

5219.) EPSTEIN, MITCH: ->Vietnam: A Book of Changes HC:W.W. Norton and Company: New York, NY, 1997. 1st
Edition 176 pgs., $9.95 Name on enpaper, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A photo book of present day
Vietnam which depicts its colonial past and the American impact with the present changes that are occurring in the
country.
28813.) ERENRICH, Ed. SUSIE: ->Kent and Jackson State, 1970-1990. PB:Vietnam Generation, Inc.: Woodbridge,
CT., 1995. 2ND Edition 180 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of essays, songs, photographs,
articles, and testimonies of people who lost the most at these two schools.

265.) ERICSON, DON and JOHN L. ROTUNDO:->Charlie Rangers. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1989. 19th Edition 306
pgs., $2.99 Wraps mass market ed., mint as purchased new. Account of Charlie Company, 75th Infantry, that formed
six-man team of whom the authors were members and whose tours were from 1969-1971. Thwese teams
specialized in ambushing the the enemy.
7920.) ERNST, JOHN: ->Forging a Fateful Alliance: MIchigan State University and the Vietnam War. PB:Michigan
State University Press: East Lansing, MI, 1998. 165 pgs., $7.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A valuable study on
the role Michigan State University played in America's early efforts at nation-building in South Vietnam and the part
it played in the Eisenhower's Administration commitment to Ngo Dinh Diem and South Vietnam.

267.) ESPER, GEORGE and the ASSOCIATED PRESS:->The Eyewitness History of the Vietnam War: 1961-1975.
PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 209 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., 9 by 12 inches, a v/g copy. A
chronological narrative with photos drawn from the Associated Press files.

3027.) ESTEP, JAMES: ->Comanche: Company Commander In Vietnam. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1991. 1st
Edition 254 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of an army officer who served four tours in
Vietnam. He served as a special forces non-commissioned and commissioned officer, an infantry company officer,
and an ARVN advisor. Most of the book is about his experience as a company commander in the famed lst Cavalry
Division during 1967 and 1968.

270.) ETHELL, JEFFREY and ALFRED PRICE:->One Day In a Long War: May 10, 1972, Air War, North Vietnam.
HC:Random House: New York, 1989. 217 pgs., $5.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A chronicle of the launch

6083.) EVANS, Jr. DANIEL and CHARLES W. SASSER:->DOC: Platoon Medic. HC:Pocket Books: New York, 1998.
BC Edition 248 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Memoir of Daniel Evans, a platoon medic who went
to Vietnam in October of 1968. Foreword by Colonel David H. Hackworth.

27139.) EYMANN, Eds. MARCIA A. and CHARLES WOLLENBERG:->What' Going On: California and the Vietnam
Era. HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, 2004. 1st Edition 209 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book
develops the themes of the Oakland Museum's national touring exhibition having the same title as this book. The
exhibit centered on events between 1965 and 1975 and examined the legacy of those years in California today
thorugh 500 artifacts--documents, news accounts, photographs, film clips, musical excertps, and personal documents.

5218.) EZELL, Narrator EDWARD ->Reflections On the Wall: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial. HC:Stackpole Books:
Harrisburg, PA, 1987. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $4.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book contains a excellent selection of
black and white photographs by the Smithsonian Institute.

275.) FALK, Ed. RICHARD A.: ->The Vietnam War and International Law, Vol. 4: The Concluding Phase.
PB:Princeton University Press: Princeton, N.J., 1976. 1051 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

276.) FALK, Ed. RICHARD A.: ->The Vietnam War and International Law, Volume 3, The Widening Context.
PB:Princeton University Press: Princeton, N.J., 1973. 951 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This volume
covers the Cambodian incursion, war crimes, the constitutional debate on the Vietnam War, special questions of
international law, prospects for settlement, world order perspectives, and documentary appendices,

7495.) FALK, Ed. RICHARD A.: ->The Vietnam War and International Law, Volume II. PB:Princeton University
Press: Princeton, NJ, 1969. 1270 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

278.) FALK, Ed. RICHARD A.: ->The Vietnam War and International Law: Volume I. PB:Princeton University Press:
Princeton, N.J., 1968. 633 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

23726.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Communist POW Treatment In Indochina. PB:Military Review: Fort Leavenworth,
KS, 1958. 12 pgs., $1.5 Photocopied reprint, no postage charge if ordered with another book. Article is from the

279.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Hell In a Very Small Place: The Siege of Dien Bien Phu. HC:J. B. Lippincott Co.:
Philadelphia, 1967. 4th Edition 515 pgs., $2.99 Ex-library, a v/g copy. No d/j. The account is a classic among
accounts of significant military battles in history.

280.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Last Reflections on the War. HC:Stackpole Books: Mechanicsburg, PA, 1967. 1ST
Edition 288 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a good d/j. Book contains 19 articles and transcripts composed by Fall
between 1964 and his death in 1967. The last transcript is a tape made on the day he was killed on February 21st,
1967. Includes a preface by Dorothy Fall.
281.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Street Without Joy. HC:Stackpole Co.: Harrisburg, Pa., 1994. 5th Edition 408 pgs.,
$22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A very vivid account of the military and political dimensions of the Vietnam War
during the French involvement with the concluding chapters dealing with the beginning of the American
involvement. This reprint edition contains an introduction by George Herring.

282.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->The Two Viet-Nams: A Political and Military Analysis, Second Revised Edition.
HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Pub.: New York, 1964. Rev. Edition 507 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This second
revised edition has 507 pages whereas the initial revised edition had 493 pages.

22431.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->The Viet-Minh Regime: Government and Administration In the Democratic Republic
of Vietnam. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, VA, 2003. Rep. Edition 196 pgs., $25 Wraps monograph
reprinted in spiral bound soft cover, a mint copy. This is a revised and enlarged edition of Fall' work published by the
Institute of Pacific Relations and issued jointly with the Southeast Asia program of Cornell University. Permission to
reprint this study by Dalley Book Service was given by Bernard Fall's wife, Dorthy Fall.

283.) FALL, BERNARD B.: ->Viet-Nam Witness: 1953-1966. HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Pub.: New York, 1970. 8th
Edition 363 pgs., $4.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This is a selection of Fall's writings from 1953 to 1966, including an
introduction, commentary and epilogue assessing the war's possible future course.

26697.) FALL, DOROTHY: ->Bernard Fall: Memories of a Soldier-Scholar. A mint copy in a mint d/j. Bernard Fall's
conducted interviews for this book in the United States, France, and Vietnam over 30 years nad drew from her
husband's correspondence, authobiographical writings, and notes written in Vietnam, and from official U.s.
government files revealed here for the first time. A chapter is given to the FBI surveillance of Bernard Fall.
Foreward by David Halberstam.
287.) FANNING, LOUIS A.: ->Betrayal In Vietnam. HC:Arlington House Pubishers: New Rochelle, N.Y., 1976. 256
pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a professor of history at State University of New York at the itime of
the book's writing. It represents a conseravtive backlash to the way we pulled out of Vietnam. A period piece.

30141.) FARINACCI, DONALD J.: ->Last Full Measure of Devotion: A Tributre to America's Heroes of the Vietnam
War.. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author provides accounts of persons who performed courageously during their

4361.) FAWCETT, Ed. BILL: ->Hunters and Shooters: An Oral History of the U.S. Navy Seals in Vietnam. HC:Wiliam
Morrow & Co.: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 350 pgs., $4.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. The book contains 15 oral
histories of U.S. Navy Seals who served in Vietnam. The book was written with the cooperation of the UDT/SEAL
Museum and UDT/SEAL Association.
32706.) FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT, ->Delaware: A Guide to the First State. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1938.
1ST Edition 549 pgs., $10 Ex-library in a nicely rebound library binding with gold lettering on spine, foxing of 40
some pageses including the title page, o/w a v/g copy.

4788.) FIGLEY, Ed. CHARLES R.: ->Stress Disorders Aong Vietnam Veterans: Theory, Research, and Treatment.
HC:Brunner/Mazel Publishers: New York, 1978. 2nd Edition 326 pgs., $6 Name on enapper, o/w a v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. This book contains articles by 5 specialists in the fields of mental health and veterans affairs who address the
human costs of war in terms of long-term psychological difficulties resulting from war-related experiences.

5220.) FINAN, JOHN: ->Guns and Blood for Butter. HC:Vantage Press: New York, NY, 1969. 1st Edition 183 pgs.,
$10 Inscribed by the author, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was policeman for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police
Department and a World War II veteran. In this book privatley printed book, he aruges against U.S. invovlement in
Vietnam.
311.) FINCHER, E. B.: ->The Vietnam War. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1980. 7th Edition 87 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Written for Junior High students.

312.) FISH, LYDIA: ->The Last Firebase: A Guide to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. PB:White Mane Publishing
Co.: Shippensburg, Pa., 1987. 85 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade size edition, a v/g plus copy.

315.) FISHEL, Ed. WESLEY R.: ->Vietnam: Anatomy of a Conflict. PB:F.E. Peacock Publishers: Itasca, Ill., 1968.
879 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book contains 76 articles, an excellent reference on the debate over

22938.) FISHER, LOUIS: ->Presidential War Power. PB:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2004. 2nd
Edition 318 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is the second edition. revised. Book deals with military
initatives thorugh President Clinton with a full chapter on Vietnam and a full chapter on covert actions.

316.) FITZGERALD, FRANCES: ->Fire In the Lake: The Vietnamese and the Americans In Vietnam. HC:Little Brown
& Co.: Boston, 1972. 7th Edition 491 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. Spine of d/j very faded and some
scratching. A critical analysis of the internal politics of Vietnam and how American intervention has had an impact
on the Vietnamese social and political structure. Portions of this book had been printed in the New Yorker.

26350.) FJELSTAD, Eds. KAREN and NGUYEN THI HIEN: ->Possessed By the Spirits: Mediumship in Contemporary
Vietnamese Communities. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 2006. 1st Edition 186 pgs., $22.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The essays in this study examine the resurgence of the Mother Goddess religion
among contemporary Vietnamese following the economic 'Renovation' period in Vietnam.


3708.) FLYNN, ROBERT: ->A Personal War in Vietnam. PB:Texas A&M University Press: College Station, TX,
1989. 139 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A war correspondent's account of Golf Company consisting of
CUPP teams that consisted of a Marine squad and a Navy corpsman. These teams were part of the Combined Unit
Pacification Program.
6554.) FOLEY, DENNIS: ->Special Men: A LRP's Recollections. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1994. BC Edition 301 pgs.,
$3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Personal memoir of a LRP who served under Hackworth.

26051.) FOLEY, Ed. MICHAEL S.: ->Dear Dr. Spock: Letters About the Vietnam War to America's Favorite Baby
Doctor. HC:New York University Press: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 281 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a very fine d/j. A
collection of letters mainly from white, middle class parents concerned about the Vetnam whom the author states
were for the most part Nixon's silent majority.
21371.) FOLEY, MICHAEL S.: ->Confronting the War Machine: Draft Resistance During the Vietnam War.
PB:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 2003. 1ST Edition 449 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This study looks at the role played in the anti-war movement by draft resisters who openly defied draft laws by
burning or turning in their draft cards. Author argues that their actions inspired other draft-age men opposed to the
war-especially college students-to reconsider their place of privilege in a draft system that offered them protection
and sent disproportionate numbers of working-class and minority men to Vietnam.
409.) FORBES, JOHN and ROBERT WILLIAMS:->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Riverine Force.
HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. BC Edition 158 pgs., $6 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 158
pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy.

7425.) FORD, HAROLD P.: ->CIA and the Vietnam Policymakers: Three Episodes, 1962-1968. PB:Center for the
Study of Intelligence: Langley, VA, 1998. REP. Edition 167 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a photocopies reprint. The
book covers three episodes: a. The Effort to Begin Withdrawing U.S. Military Personnel From Vietnam, 1962-1963, b.
CIA Judgements on President Johnson's Decision to 'Go Big' in Vietnam, 1963-1965, and c. CIA, the Order of
Battle Controversy, and the Tet Offensive, 1967-1968. Author served with the Agency's Office of National Estimates
and drafted many National Intelligence Estimates concerning Vietnam.
21571.) FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1967, OCTOBER: ->Asia After Viet Nam and Viet Nam: Crisis of Indecision.
PB:Council On Foreign Relations: New York, 1967. 29 pgs., $5 Wraps, a v/g copy. Asia After Viet Nam is a 14 page
article written by Richard Nixon, The other article. Viet Nam: Crisis of Indecision is a 15 page article written by
Robert Shaplen.


6020.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLIASHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 36: Ethnographical Data, Volume
2. PB:Foreign Langauge Puslishing House: Hanoi, 1973. 200 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Included are
chapters on Meo and Khmu and then a section of ethnic groups in remote parts of the Northwest only just saved from
extinction as seen by Hanoi at the time..
30507.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE, ->Vietnamese1 Studies No. 18. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Contains 3 chapters on agriculturtal development, one chapter on marriage and family law, one chapter on new
problems in Vietnamese archaeologyand a chapter on origin of languages of the Viet-Muong group.

24224.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Coup After Coup in Saigon. PB:Foreign Language
Publishing House: Hanoi, 1964. 98 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

8379.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Communist Party of Vietnam: 5th National Congress Political
Report. PB:Foreign Language Publishing House: Hanoi, 1982. 174 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This
congress was held at Hanoi from March 27 -31st in 1982.

424.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 12: Fundamental Problems.
PB:Foreign Language Publishing House: Hanoi, 1966. 201 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed, a v/g copy.

3502.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 20.: American Failure. PB:: Hanoi,
1968. 287 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Seven accounts of the war, including articles by General Van
Tien Dung and Nguyen Van Ba. There is an account on the battle of Saigon during the TET offensive and another
on the evolution of military situation prior to TET.
425.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 29: Chemical Warfare. PB:: Hanoi,
1970. 185 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size ed., owner's stamp on ttile page, o/w a v/g copy. Book outlines chemicals
alleged to be used by the United States in Vietnam. Photos and fold-out chart.

3481.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 31: Glimpses of U.S. Neo-
Colonialism, Vol. II. US. Neo-Colonialism in South Viet Nam. PB: Hanoi, 1971. 236 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a

428.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 32: Ethnographical Data, Vol. I.
PB:: Hanoi, 1972. 205 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Included are chapters on the Muong & Black Thai
of Vietnam. Contains photos & illustrations.

30506.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 34: Rural Health Work and Disease
Prevention. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Study describes health work in various proinces by the DRVN.

434.) FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Vietnamese Studies No. 37: Hue Past and Present. PB::
Hanoi, 262 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Gives a short history of Hue, then focuses on the Binh-Tri-Thien
Front during the first Indochina War and then the TET offensive in Hue and ends with an article by one who views
himself as a patrotic intellectual.
8888.) FOREIGN LANGUAGES PUBLISHING HOUSE PUBLICATION: ->Viet Nam: A Sketch. PB:Foreign Language
Publishing House: Hanoi, 1971. 143 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book presents a general history of
Vietnam, present social life in Vietnam, and achievements of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam.

24991.) FORSLUND, CATHERINE: ->Anna Chennault: Informal Diplomacy and Asian Relations. PB:Scholarly
Resources, INc.: Wilmington, DE, 2002. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book devotes a
chapter to the October surprise in 1968 in which she is alleged to have intervened in US-Vietnam relations over the
issue of the Paris Peace talks.
20442.) FORTIN, NOONIE: ->Memories of Maggie, Martha Raye: A Legend Spanning Three Wars. PB:Langmarc
Publishing: San Antonio, TX, 1995. 1st Edition 339 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An account of memories
shared by servicemen of Colonel Maggie. Most of the pages are devoted to persons who remembered her from their
Vietnam experience.
28541.) FORWARD AIR CONTROLLER ASSOCIATION, ->FAC History Book. A CD that contains written accounts of
Forward Air Controllers of their experiences during the war. There is also photo album, a music box and a map
room that shows details of the surrounding area mentioned in these stories. Foreward by General Ralph E. Eberhart.

8731.) FOURNIAU, CHARLES: ->Annam-Tonkin 1885-1896: Lettres et paysans vietnamiens face a la conquete
coloniale. PB:Editions L'Harmattan: Paris, 1989. 294 pgs., $47.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

4399.) FOWLER, WILL: ->The Vietnam Story. HC:Chartwell Books, Inc.: Secaucus, NJ, 1983. 192 pgs., $12 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. A picture book of the Vietnam War, beginning with the end of French rule. Basic text for the

3843.) FRANCILLON, RENE J.: ->Vietnam: The War in the Air. HC:Arch Cape Press: New York, 1987. 255 pgs., $25
A v/g plus in a v/g d/j. Book is heavily illustrated with very detailed text. Covers the air war from the French period
and discusses the North Vietnamese Air Force as well.

3519.) FRANKLIN, H. BRUCE: ->M.I.A. or Mythmaking in America. HC:Lawrence Hill Books: Chicago, 1992. 1st
Edition 225 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author argues that the POW/MIA issue was born out of
political expediency and American culture turned imagined post-war POWs into crucial symbols of betrayed
American manhood and honor.
8850.) FRANKLIN, H. BRUCE: ->Vietnam and Other American Fantasies. HC:University of Massaachusetts Press:
Amherst, MA, 2000. 256 pgs., $25 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j in a mylar cover. The author explores the
causes, meaning, and continuing significance of the Vietnam War in American culture.

25161.) FRANKUM, Jr. RONALD B.: ->Like Rolling Thunder: The Air War in Vietnam, 1964-1975. HC:Rowan &
Littlefield: Lanham, MD, 2005. 207 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book examines each theater of of
operation-South Vietnam, North Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia-and explores the extent in which the aerial
campaigns aided U.S. tactics and strategy.



321.) FREEDMAN, Ed. DAN and JACQUELINE RHOADS, Associate Ed.:->Nurses In Vietnam: The Forgotton
Veterans. HC:Texas Monthly Press: Austin, TX, 1987. 1ST Edition 164 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. . Oral
histories of nine nurses who served in Vietnam. The Associate Editor of this book served as an intensive care nurse
at the 18th Surgical Hospital at Quang Tri.
22206.) FREEMAN, GREGORY A.: ->Sailors to the End: The Deadly Fire On the USS Forrestal and the Heroes Who
Fought It. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 307 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An
account of the 1967 fire on board the USS Forrestal during its time at Yankee Station off the coast of Vietnam. The
fire took the lives of 134 men.
4493.) FREEMAN, JAMES M.: ->Hearts of Sorrow: Vietnamese-American LIves. HC:Stanford University Press:
Stanford, CA, 1989. 1st Edition 446 pgs., $1.99 Notation on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. . Book
contains Vietnamese oral histories that cover a wide range of experiences from the French colonial period to settling
in this country after the fall of Saigon. The oral histories of the early period are very informative.

5320.) FRENCH, ALBERT: ->Patches of Fire: A Story of War and Redemption. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York,
1997. 1st Edition 272 pgs., $2.99 PB:Anchor Books: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 241 pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy in
a very fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A well written memoir by a black veteran focusing on his war and
post-war experiences. He writes on the nature of the Vietnam War and the experiences faced by returning veterans.


322.) FRENCH, W.: ->Pattern for Victory: New Tactics for Vietnam. HC:Exposition Press, Inc.: Jericho, N.Y., 1970. 1st
Edition 170 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Dust jacket blurb states author is an internaionally known inventor,
hence he is well equipped to create new weapons and tactics for Vietnam.

7800.) FREY-WOUTERS, ELLEN and ROBERT S. LAUFER: ->Legacy of A War: The American Soldier in Vietnam.
HC:M.E. Sharpe, Inc.: New York, 1986. 2nd Edition 434 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book focuses on the
long-term impact the Vietnam experience will have in shaping the value systems of American veterans and their
foreign policy attitudes towards the prospects of more Vietnams in other part of the world.

324.) FRIED, Rapporteur JOHN H. E.: ->Vietnam and International Law: An Analysis of International Law and the
Use of Force, and Precedent of Vietnam for Subsequent Interventions. PB:Aletheia Press: Northhampton, MA,
1990. 200 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book was issued by the Lawyers Committee on American Policy
Towards Vietnam.
26307.) FRIED, Rapporteur JOHN H. E.: ->Vietnam and International Law: The Illegality of United States Military
Involvement. PB:Aletheia Press: Northhampton, MASS., 1990. 201 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., some underlining, a
good plus copy. Book was published by the Lawyers Committee On American Policy Towards Vietnam.

27570.) FRY, JOSEPH A.: ->Debating Vietnam: Fulbright, Stennis, and Their Senate Hearings. PB:Rowland and
Littlefield Publishers: Lanham, MD, 2006. 198 pgs., $14.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An invaluable study on
the hearings that Senators Fulbright and Stennis held on the Vietnam War, one by the former in February of 1966
and the latter in August of 1967. Stennis as Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee advocated
increased bombing whereas Fulbright sought to halt the escalation of the conflict.

7008.) FULBRIGHT, J. WILLIAM: ->The Price of Empire. HC:Pantheon Books: New York, 1989. 243 pgs., $10 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An overall view by Fulbright in portraying the costs of the cold war and what he regards as the
disastrous policy of U.S. interventionism.

326.) FURGURSON, ERNEST B.: ->Westmoreland: The Inevitable General. HC:Little Brown & Co.: Boston, 1968.
1st Edition 347 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book focuses on the private life and background of
General Westmoreland before he became the Army Chief of Staff.

4993.) FUTRELL, ROBERT F.: ->United States Policy Towards Southeast Asia, 1943-1968: A Chronological
Compedium. PB:Aerospace STudies Institute: Maxwell Air Force Base, AL., 1968. REP. Edition 652 pgs., $60 A
phtocopied reprint in spiral bound with softcard cover. Excellent resource with name and subject index. A Project
Corona Harvest study.
327.) GABRIEL, RICHARD A. and PAUL L. SAVAGE:->Crisis In Command: Mismanagement in the Army. PB:Hill &
Wang: New York, 1990. 7th Edition 242 pgs., $1.99 A wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Authors argue that much of the
disaster of Vietnam can be explained by the collapse in morale and performance of the officer corps of the United
States Army. Both were officers in the United States Army.
21463.) GAIDUK, ILYA: ->Confronting Vietnam: Soviet Policy Toward the Indochina Conflict, 1954-1963.
HC:Standford University Press: Palo Alto, CA, 2003. 1st Edition 334 pgs., $49.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Based
on research in the russian archives, this book examines the Soviet approach to the Vietnam conflict between the
1954 Geneva Conference and late 1963, when the Diem and Kennedy assassinations radically transformed the
conflict. There are two excellent chapters on Laos and his knowledge of this period in Laos demonstrates that he is
throughly familiar with United States archival sources as he compares events from the Russian and American
perspectives during this time period.

5678.) GALLUPPI, MASSIMO: ->Intellettuali e agent dell'imperialismo in Estremo Oriente. PB:Istituto Universitario
Orientale: Napoli, 1984. 151 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Account of Francis Garnier, Italian text.

29318.) GAMES, BEN R.: ->Confessions of a CIA Inerrogator. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of Joseph P.
Kelly as told to Ben R. Games who served as a specal police officer in Vietnam His job was to plan and execute the
kidnapping of high ranking eneny civil and military personages.

31509.) GARDNER, Eds. LLOYD C. and MARILYN B. YOUNG: ->Iraq and the Lessons of Vietnam Or How Not To
Learn From the Past. HC:New Press: New York, 2007. 2nd Edition 322 pgs., $6 Owner's stamp with name and
address on title page and back enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j.a

20027.) GARDNER, Eds. LLOYD C. and TED GITTINGER: ->International Perspectives on Vietnam. HC:Texas A&M
University Press: College Station, TX, 2000. 1st Edition 288 pgs., $32.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is a
collection of analyses that looks at the Vietnam War in terms of its significance to the global arena.

330.) GARDNER, LLOYD C.: ->Approaching Vietnam: From World War II Through Dienbienphu. HC:W. W. Norton &
Co.: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 440 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A diplomatic history of events
from 1941 through 1954 that made the Vietnam War all but inevitable.

4790.) GARFINKLE, ADAM: ->Telltale Hearts: The Origins and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement. HC:St.
Martin's Press: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 370 pgs., $2.99 PB:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 370
pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., an advance uncorrected proof copy, a fine copy. The
author argues that the antiwar movement had only a marginal impact on limiting and ending the war. In fact, he
argues that it unwittingly helped to prolong it, thereby killing more people on both sides.


9766.) GARGAN, EDWARD A.: ->The River's Tale: A Year on the Mekong. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 2002. 1st
Edition 332 pgs., $12 PB:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 2002. 323 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps, an
uncorrected proof copy, tip of bottom corner slighlty creased, o/w a v/g plus copy. A personal chronicle by a journalist
of the New York Times of a journey in 1998 down the Mekong through China, Tibet, Burma, Laos, Thailand,
Cambodia, and Vietnam.
28445.) GARGUS, JOHN: ->The Son Tay Raid: American POWS in Vietnam Were Not Forgotten. HC:Texas A& M
University Press: College Station, TX, 2007. 1st Edition 332 pgs., $27.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author was a

331.) GARLAND, Ed. ALBERT N.: ->Infantry In Vietnam: Small Unit Actions In the Early Days: 1965-66. HC:Battery
Press: Nashville, Tn., 1983. BC Edition 298 pgs., $2.99 PB:Jove Books: New York, 1985. 4th Edition 298 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Title first published in 1967 by Infantry
Magazine. Contains a foreward by General William C. Westmoreland.

4008.) GARNER, JOE R.: ->Code Name: Copperhead. My True-Life Exploits as Special Forces Soldier. HC:Simon &
Schuster: New York, 1995. 1ST Edition 429 pgs., $2.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of a Special Forces
soldier engaged in covert and overt operations over a twenty year period. He was part of MACVSOG in Southeast
Asia and he was involved in many missions, including the training of the Royal Lao Army in 1961.

332.) GAVIN, JAMES M.: In collaboration with ARTHUR T. HADLEY:->Crisis Now. HC:Random House: New York,
1968. 1st Edition 184 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.

3019.) GAYLIN, WILLARD: ->In the Service of Their Country: War Resisters in Prison. HC:Viking Press: New York,
1971. 1st Edition 344 pgs., $1.99 PB:Grosset & Dunlap: New York, 1970. 344 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Case studies of Selective Service violators who chose jail rather than deferment or exile.
Author was an Assoicate Professor of psychiatry at Columbia University's medical school while doing the research for
this book.
333.) GELB, LESLIE H. with RICHARD K. BETTS:->The Irony of Vietnam: The System Worked. PB:Brookings
Institution: Washington, D.C., 1979. 1st Edition 387 pgs., $1.99 Wraps, a trade size ed., a v/g copy.

9803.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE REPORT: ->Review of Preliminary Estimates of Evacuation Costs,
Temporary Care, and Resettlment Cost of Vietnamese and Cambodian Refugees. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 1975. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., , a photocpied reprint. A GAO report submitted to the
Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Committee on Appropriation of the United States Senate.

20064.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE: ->Department of Defense Procedures for Accumulating and Controlling
Costs for Aid to South Vietnam in Fiscal Year 1975. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1975. 30
pgs., $4 Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. This was a report of the Committee on Armed Services of the House of
Representatives in order to determine how adequate controls could be established for accumulating cost information
on military support for the South Vietnamese in fiscal year 1975.
20424.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE: ->Lessons In Management Problems In Petroleum Procurement and
Distribution In Southeast Asia. PB:Generla Accounting Office: Washington, DC, 1976. 21 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g
copy. A report for the Department of Defense and Agency for International Development. Reprot states millions of
dollars were lost in distribuing petroleum products to U.S. allies in Southeast Asia.


20233.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE: ->Status of Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces Efforts to Improve Major
Item Accountability & Secondary Item Managment. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1975. 40
pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was a report made to the Subcommittee On Manpower and Personnal Committee
On Armed Services of the United States Senate.

20088.) GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE:. ->Better Management of Secondary Items By the Republic of Vietnam
Armed Forces Would Reduce U.S. Investment. PB:General Accounting Office: Washington, DC, 1975. 42 pgs.,
$2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a report made to Congress. Report stamped as of April 2nd, 1975.

7174.) GENZ, MARILYN: ->20,000 Men and Me. PB:Crossroads Communications: Carpentersville, IL, 1988. 163
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, a v/g plus copy. Memoir of an Airline hostess who served with an
airline that transported troops to Vietnam. She obtained permission to visit the troops in the field.

5791.) GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT LERNER PUBLICATIONS: ->Vietnam...in Pictures. HC:Lerner Publications Co.:
Minneapolis, 1994. 1st Edition 64 pgs., $14.95 Librry binding, a mint copy. Book is part of Visual Geography
Series of Lerner Publications. Excellent text and photos.

334.) GERASSI, JOHN: Introduction by CONOR CRUISE O'BRIEN:->North Vietnam: A Documentary. HC:Bobbs
Merrill Co.: Indianapolis, In., 1968. 200 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author went to North Vietnam at the
end of 1966 as a member of the first investigating team for the International War Crimes Tribunal. Contains nine
pages of photos.
435.) GERSHEN, MARTIN: ->Destory of Die: The True Story of Mylai. HC:Arlington House: New Rochelle, N.Y.,
1971. 325 pgs., $5.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author argues that tragedy of Mylai rests with society that forced kids
to go to die in a foreign land for a cause it refused to defend at home. Interviewed those indicted, their lawyers,
families and other related to the case.
26231.) GESTEWITZ, Ed. R. : ->Rapport sur les crimes de guerre et les crimes contre l'humanite commis par les
USA en Republic du Vietnam: Articles Reportages Informations. PB:comite Vietnam prs le Comite de solidarite:
Berlin, 1968. 87 pgs., $12.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. Report of Major General R. Gestewitz who was a medical doctor.
French text with some black and white photos.
436.) GETTLEMAN, Ed. MARVIN E. with assistance of SUSAN GETTLEMAN: Preface by DAVID SCHOENBRUN:-
>Vietnam: History, Documents, and Opinions On a Major World Crisis. PB:Fawcett Books: Greenwich, CT, 1966.
4th Edition 448 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed.,a v/g copy. According to the editor, this edition contains new
information on Laos and Cambodia.
437.) GETTLEMAN, Ed. MARVIN: ->Vietnam: History, Documents and Opinions On A Major World Crisis.
PB:Fawcett Publcations, Inc.: Greenwich, Ct., 1965. 1st Edition 448 pgs., $1.95 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy.

335.) GETTLEMAN, Eds. MARVIN E., JANE FRANKLIN, MARILYN YOUNG and H. BRUCE FRANKLIN:->Vietnam
and America. PB:Grove Press, Inc.: New York, 1995. REV. Edition 560 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade size ed., a fine
copy. Thi sis revised and enlarged second edition.

1313.) GIAP, VO NGUYEN: ->Dien Bien Phu. PB:Foreign Language Publishing House: Hanoi, 1964. REV. Edition
254 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Includes photos and 3 fold-out maps of the Dien Bien Phu area
showing attack movements and one showing the military situation in Vietnam and Laos after the battle.

24924.) GIAP, VO NGUYEN: ->People's War People's Army. HC:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 2004. Rep. Edition 202
pgs., $19.5 A mint copy with photo on front cover. Publisher states title first printed in 1974 though I have had
copies of this title dated back to 1961. This editon contains 5 pages of black and white photos and full page maps in
color.
1317.) GIAP, VO NGUYEN: ->People's War People's Army. HC:Praeger Publisihing: New York, 1962. 217 pgs., $12
Foxing of outer edges of pages, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This is a reprint of the Foreign Language Press English
edition put out in 1961. It does not include photos of Dien Bien Phu, only photos of Ho and General Giap.

24225.) GIAP, VO NGUYEN: ->The South Vietnam People Will Win. PB:Foreign Language Publishing House:
Hanoi, 1965. 128 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

24927.) GIAP, VO NGUYN: ->Fighting Under Siege: Reminiscences as Recorded by Huu Mai. HC:GIOI Publishers:
Hanoi, 2004. 314 pgs., $25 A mint copy. Most of the focus of this book is on the early years of the First Indochina

179.) GIBBONS, WILLIAM CONRAD: ->The U.S. Government and the Vietnam War: Executive and Legislative
Roles and Relationships, Part I: 1945-1960. A very fine copy. No d/j. This title was first published by the
Goverment Printing Office in 1984 as the study was commissioned by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
Represents original research and this series is the best study to date on the Vietnam War. This first volume covers the
period of 1945 through 1960.
180.) GIBBONS, WILLIAM CONRAD: ->The U.S. Government and the Vietnam War: Executive and Legislative Roles
and Relationships, Part III.: January-July 65. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1988. 489 pgs.,
$15 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This volume covers the period of January 1965 thorugh July of 1965.

4464.) GIBBONS, WILLIAM CONRAD: ->The U.S. Government and the Vietnam War: Executive and Legislative
Roles and Relationships, Part IV, July 1965-January 1968. PB:Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ, 1995.
969 pgs., $31.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This volume covers the period of July 1965 thourgh January 1968.

25076.) GIBBORE, JAMES: ->Soldier: A Sniper's Story of Vietnam. HC:Brundage Publishing: Binghamton, NY,
2001. BC Edition 307 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a Vietnam vet who prior to his
Vietnam experience, had been a rebellious and destructive youth. After his experience, he recently became a
Christian and his book is dedicated to Jesus and all the men he served with in Vietnam.


336.) GIBSON, JAMES WILLIAM: ->The Perfect War. HC:Atlantic Monthly Press: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 523
pgs., $2.5 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 523 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade
size ed., a v/g copy. Author argues that we engaged in a 'Technowar' that was inapplicable to the actual political
and military strategies used by revolutionary forces.

6547.) GIBSON, JAMES: ->Warrior Dreams: Paramilitary Culture in Post-Vietnam America. HC:Hill and Wang: New
York, 1994. 1st Edition 357 pgs., $2.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. The author
explores what he describes as the post-Vietnam cult of the warrior.

337.) GIGLIA, PAUL: ->A Time For Heroes: Self Help Handbook For Vietnam Veterans. PB:No publisher listed.: ,
1983. 163 pgs., $5 A wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

9850.) GIGON, FERNAND: ->Les Americains face au Vietcong. PB:Flammarion: Paris, 1965. 265 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

5060.) GILBARG, DANIEL: ->Vietnam: U.S. Imperialism and Us. PB:Privately printed.: , . 42 pgs., $10 A v/g copy.
A pamphlet in support of a strike at Harvard University in an effort to abolish ROTC, end Harvard's expansion into
Cambridge and Boston, and to set up a Black Studies Department . Main focus is on the Vietnam War, however,

6080.) GILBERG, GAIL HOSKING: ->Snake's Daughter: The Roads In and Out of War. HC:University of Iowa Press:
Iowa City, IA, 1997. 1st Edition 201 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. This ia biography/autobiography of a
daughter whose father was killed while serving in Vietnam and awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously. She was
age seventeen at the time and she cut herself off from the war, the protests, the medals and her military upbringing
in order to bury her rage. This is her account of her healing while being married to a husband serving in the
military. Title is part of the Singular Lives: The Iowa Series in North American Autobiography.




29485.) GILBERT, ED: ->The US Marine Corps in the Vietnam War: III Marine Amphibious Force, 1965-75.
PB:Osprey Publishing Ltd.: Oxford, UK, 2006. 1ST Edition 96 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book
examines the origins and changing organizational structure of III MAF, and demonstrates how it conducted its
struggle against Viet Cong guerrillas and NVA forces in the northern provinces of Vietnam.

31927.) GILBERT, OSCAR E.: ->Marine Corps Tank Battles in Vientnam. A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
provides and account of Marine Corps tank operations in Vietnam.mr

3278.) GILLCRIST, PAUL T.: ->Feet Wet: Reflections of a Carrier Pilot. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st
Edition 413 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Author rose to the rank of Rear Admiral in the Navy
and won 17 combat decorations for his duels with MIGs and SAMs in the air war over North Vietnam. Memoir covers
his career though a significant part deals with his Vietnam experience.

4103.) GILSTER, HERMAN L.: ->The Air War in Southeast Asia: Case Studies of Selected Campaigns. PB:Air
University Press: Maxwell AFB, AL, 1993. 138 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A concise study of the
major air campaigns during the Vietnam War, including air operations in Laos.


338.) GIOGLIO, GERALD R.: ->Days of Decision: An Oral History of Conscientious Objectors in the Miliary During the
Vietnam War. PB:Broken Rifle Press: Trenton, N.J., 1989. 338 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. As the title
states, this oral history focuses on in-service conscientious objectors.

29612.) GIOI PUBLICATION, ->Vietnamese Folk-Tales: Satire and Humour. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 2004. 6TH
Edition 102 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.
7669.) GIOI PUBLICATIONS, ->Hue: Monuments of an Ancient Capital. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 1993. 100
pgs., $6 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Contains 16 pages of photographs with a sight seeing program along with
brief descriptions of the various monuments. Written by Mai Ung and Dao Hung.


8957.) GIOI PUBLICATIONS, ->The Stone Stelae at the Temple of Literature. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, n.d.. 51
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Edited by Do Lai Thuy. Contains 4 olor photos and 16 pages of Vietnamese
text., rest of publication is in English and there are 3 pages of drawings.

20115.) GIOI PUBLISHERS: ->The Constitutions of Vietnam, 1946-1959-1980-1992. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi,
1995. 216 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
339.) GLASSER, RONALD J.: ->365 Days. PB:George Braziller: New York, 1988. 9th Edition 292 pgs., $4.95 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. Memoir of an army doctor who worked at a hospital in Japan.

8537.) GLEESON, Ed. PATRICK: ->Essays on the Student Movement. PB:Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co.:
Columbus, OH, 1970. 1st Edition 116 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of essays on the worldwide
student movement during the 60s and not just that aspect of the movement which protested the Vietnam War. The
author makes an important that the student movement was primarily a protest against the liberal establishment.


8745.) GLENN, RUSSELL W.: ->Reading Athena's Card: Men Against the Fire in Vietnam. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 2000. 2nd Edition 214 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A study on the performance of the
army and marine performance under fire during the Vietnam War, showing that this performance equalled that of
previous American combat troops in other wars.
3671.) GLOECKNER, FRED: ->A Civilian Doctor in Vietnam. PB:Winchell Company: Philadelphia, Pa., 1972. 123
pgs., $152 Wraps trade ed., owner initials on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of a civilian doctor who
spent two months in Vietnam with Project Vietnam that sent teams of doctors to war areas to help civilians.

342.) GOFF, STANLEY: and ROBERT SANDERS with CLARK SMITH:->Brothers: Black Soldiers In the Nam.
HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1982. BC Edition 201 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book makes the
case that blacks and white were drawn together because of the need for survival.

343.) GOLDMAN, PETER and TONY FULLER:->Charlie Company: What Vietnam Did To Us. HC:William Morrow &
Co.: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 358 pgs., $2.99 PB:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 358 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. An account of a unit who served in Vietnam from
which Newsweek devoted a cover story in their December 14th, 1981 issue. Book is an expansion of the research
done for this article which served to bring public attention to those who served in Vietnam.

9095.) GOLDSMITH, WYNN: ->Pap Bravo Romeo: U.S. Patrol Boast at War in Vietnam. PB:Ballantine Books: New
York, 2001. 1st Edition 285 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. A personal memoir of a River Rat who

7942.) GOLDSTEIN, DONALD M., KATHERINE V. DILLON and J. MICHAEL WENGER:->The Vietnam War: The
Story and Photographs. HC:Brassey's: Dulles, VA, 1999. 1st Edition 179 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j.

345.) GOLDSTON, ROBERT: ->The Vietnamese Revolution. HC:Bobbs-Merrill Co.: Indianapolis, In., 1972. 2nd
Edition 194 pgs., $1.99 Ex-library, markings enpaper & title page, o/w a copy. Written for high school students,
book is part of a series dealing with contemporary issues at the time. His bias was against U.S. intervention in
Vietnam.
346.) GOODMAN, ALLAN E.: ->Politics in War: The Bases of Political Community in South Vietnam. HC:Harvard
University Press: Cambridge, Mass., 1973. 313 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $1.99, ex-
library, cover faded, o/w a v/g copy. Book deals mainly with the 1967-1970 period and presents how the Vietnamese
saw the period of the deepest American involvement. Author conducted over 300 interviews with Vietnamese
politicla leaders and government officials.
20483.) GOODMAN, ALLAN E.: ->The Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War. PB:Institute of East
Asian Studies: Berkeley, CA, 1986. 123 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is an abridgement of
Goodman's book titled 'The Lost Peace: America's Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War.'

1567.) GOODMAN, Ed. CHARLES: ->Hell's Brigade. PB:Lancer Books: New York, 1966. 176 pgs., $4 Wraps mass
market, foxing tips of pages, o/w a good plus copy. A reprint of short stories that had appeared in such magaznes as
Stag, Male and For Men Only. They are alleged to be true Vietnam combat stories.

347.) GOODWIN, RICHARD N.: ->Remembering America: A Voice From the Sixties. HC:Little Brown & Co.: Boston,
1988. 1st Edition 552 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a White House staffer in Kennedy and
Johnson addministrations, leaving in 1965 to join first the McCarthy campaign, then later the Robert Kennedy
presidential campaign.
348.) GOODWIN, RICHARD N.: ->Triumph or Tragedy: Reflections On Vietnam. PB:Vintage Books: New York,
1966. 1st Edition 142 pgs., $1.99 Wraps, a mass market ed., foxing edge of pages, o/w a v/g copy.

22160.) GORMLY, ROBERT A.: ->Combat Swimmer: Memoirs of a Navy Seal. HC:Dutton NAL: New York, 1998. 1st
Edition 279 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of a SEAL of which 116 pages are devoted to his Vietnam

3279.) GORSUCH, GEOFF: ->On Eagles' Wings. PB:Navigators Press: Colorado Springs, Co., 1989. 181 pgs., $6
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Spiritual memoir of an Air Force pilot in Vietnam who later joined the Navigators

9621.) GOSHEN, BILL: ->War Paint. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. BC Edition 231 pgs., $6 PB:Ballantine
Books: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 231 pgs., $2.95 NOT FOR RESALE stamped on enaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine
d/j .Wraps, a mass market ed., a fine copy. An account of F Company, 52d Infantry (LRP)-later designated as I
Company, 75th Infantry, who were the eyes and ears of the lst Infantry division, the Big Red One. Author was a
member of this unit during 1968 and 1969.
350.) GOULDEN, JOSEPH C.: ->Truth Is the First Casualty: The Gulf of Tonkin Affair-Illusion and Reality. HC:Rand
McNally & Co.: Chicago, 1969. 1st Edition 285 pgs., $2.95 Bookplate and name on inside cover, a v/g copy in a
good only d/j. D/J verys chipped. Book was written by a Washington journalist who observed the Washington reaction
to the Gulf of Tonkin incident. Contains a good chronology of events surrounding the whole issue.

356.) GRAETZ, RICK: Assisted by FRED ROHRBACH:->Vietnam: Opening Doors to the World. PB:American
Geographic Publishing: Helena, Mt., 1988. 160 pgs., $10 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. A photo book of
Vietnam today portraying the natural beauty of Vietnam. Photos are in color, foreward by Stanley Karnow.

9302.) GRAHAM, HARRY C. : ->Land of Tears: In Vietnam, 1967-1968. PB:Burd Street Press: Shippensburg, PA,
2001. 1st Edition 91 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Diary type memoir of an army officer who served in

2746.) GRANT, ZALIN: ->Facing the Phoenix: The CIA and the Politcal Defeat of the United States in Vietnam.
HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 395 pgs., $5.95 A v/g plusw copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author
spent a total of 5 years in Vietnam between 1964 to 1975 as a correspondent. Central figure in this account is Tran
Ngoc Chau whom he alleges that we cultivated, then turned our back on. Book contains a chapter on CIA operations
in Laos.

359.) GRANT, ZALIN: ->Over the Beach: The Air War in Vietnam. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1986. 1st
Edition 311 pgs., $2.95 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 343 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Book is an account of the jet pilots of Fighter Squadron 162-based on the
U.S.S. Oriskany in the Gulf of Tonkin. Author served as an Army officer in Vietnam and after his discharge, he
became a reporter covering the Vietnam War for Time Magazine.
360.) GRANT, ZALIN: ->Survivors. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 344 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j. . Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account of 9 POWS who were held captive for over 5 years.
Author wove their accounts together to form a single narratve of war and survival. Book was repinted in 1985 with a
new introduction by the author.
21064.) GRAUBARD, STEPPHEN R.: ->Kissinger: Portrait of a Mind. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1973. 1st
Edition 312 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This book describes the environments that made Henry Kissinger's
career possible, and illumines the concepts he developed and has since applied as the principal architect of
American foreign policy under Richard Nixon.
30138.) GRAY, STEPHEN R.: ->Rampant Raider: An A-4 Skyhawk Pilot in Vietnam. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 2007. 2ND Edition 284 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of an A-4 pilot
who flew over 250 combat missions in Vietnam.

362.) GREENBERG, Eds. MARTIN H. and RICHARD NORTON:->Touring Nam: The Vietnam War Reader.
HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 416 pgs., $10 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 333 pgs., $5 Black marks bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., remainder mark
top edge, o/w a v/g copy. Book consists of novels and accounts of the war by journalists that deal with arrival in
Vietnam, assignments, R&R and returning home.
363.) GREENE, BOB: ->Homecoming: When the Soldiers Returned from Vietnam. HC:G.P. Putnam's Sons: New
York, 1989. 1st Edition 269 pgs., $2.5 PB:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1989. 269 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. Wraps, an uncorrected proof copy, mark botton edge, o/w a v/g plus copy. Another copy, $3.50, wraps mass
market, a v/g copy. Author a syndicated columnist for the Chicago Tribune who posed the question, 'Were you spat
upon when you returned from Vietnam?' Book contains letters written in response to this question.

364.) GREENE, FELIX: ->Vietnam! Vietnam! HC:Fulton Publishing Co.i: Palo Alto, CA, 1966. 175 pgs., $15 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Contains photos with accompanying text. This is an early anti-war publication that had a very wide

33648.) GREINER, BERND: ->War Without Fronts: The USA in Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author
argues there were multiple atrocities in Vietnam and the responsiility extends all the way up to the White House and

3816.) GRIFFITHS, PHILIP JONES: ->Vietnam Inc. PB:Phaidon Press, Inc.: New York, 2005. REP. Edition 196
pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A photo book by a Welsh photographer who spent three years covering
the war as a photographer for Magnum. In the text, he contends the war's metamorphosis from a ground-troop
operation to a fully automated and impersonal death-dealing technology is enabling the United States to bring
home the troops and continue the war without them. Irrespecitive of whether one agrees with him, the photos are
choice.

439.) GROOM, WINSTON and DUNCAN SPENCER:->Conversations With the Enemy: The Story of PFC Robert
Garwood. Remainder mark top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Garwood was captured in September of 1965 and
he returned to this country in March of 1979. He was tried and found guilty of collaboration with the enemy and
simple assault on another prisoner. Charges of desertion and treason were dropped.

3437.) GRUNER, ELLIOTT: ->Prisoners of Culture: Representing the Vietnam POW. HC:Rutgers University Press:
New Brunswick, NJ, 1993. 1st Edition 245 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a v/g plus d/j. An analysis of how and why
U.S. POWs from the Vietnam War have become crucial icons of American culture in the 1980s and 1990s. Author
taught at West Point at the time of book's writing.
6725.) GUAN, ANG CHENG: ->Vietnamese Communists' Relations with China and the Second Indochina Conflict,
1956-1962. HC:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC, 1998. 1st Edition 331 pgs., $15 Library binding, a mint copy. This
book examines Sino-Vietnamese relations in the early stages of the Second Indochina War. Author argues that
Hanoi remained in control of its own decision-making.


441.) GUILMARTIN, JOHN: ->America In Vietnam: The Fifteen Year War. HC:Military Press: New York, 1991. 208
pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Basically, a large size photo book with illustrations selected from the files of
United Press International/Bettmann. A very good selection which are not commonly seen elsewhere. Text gives a
general overview of the war.
2488.) GURNEY, Ed. GENE: ->Vietnam: The War In the Air: A Pictorial History of the U.S. Air Forces in the Vietnam
War. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 277 pgs., $5.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Articles by
Berger, Futrell, Tolson, McCutcheon, Rowley, Van Staaveren and Gagle. Thus, this is not simply a picture book,
though the photos are excellent. Chapters on the air war in Laos by Staaveren and Cambodia by Berger. It
contains 11 of the 21 chapters found in Berger's 'The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia.'

7560.) GURTOV, MELVIN: ->Negotiations and Vietnam: A Case Study of the 1954 Geneva Conference, Part I.
PB:Rand Corporation: Santa Monica, CA, 1968. 82 pgs., $10 Wraps monograph, a mint copy. Study seeks to
provide the positions, motives, and objectives of each of the nine participants at the Geneva Conference in an effort
to understand what happened at the conference and why. Part II of this study remains classified.

442.) GURTOV, MELVIN: ->The First Vietnam Crisis: Chinese Communist Strategy and U.S. Involvement, 1953-
1954. HC:Columbia University Press: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 228 pgs., $3.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author
analyzes the mistakes and motives of the allies in the 1953-1954 Vietnam crisis that led to the defeat at
Dienbienphu which resulted in the divison of Vietnam after the 1954 Geneva Conference.

31678.) GUSTAFSSON, MAI LAN: ->War and Shadows: The Haunting of Vietnam. PB:Cornell University Press:
Ithaca, NY, 2009. 1ST Edition 206 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A study of spirit posssession in
Vietnam where there still exists the belief that when persons are not properly buried and mourned or have died
badly, the ghosts of these persons come back to haunt their loved ones. They in turn seek to deal with this thourgh
ritual offerings and the intervention of mediums. Author is a Professor of Anthropology at Christopher Newport
University.

21312.) GUTZMAN, PHILIP: ->Vietnam: A Visual Encyclopedia. HC:PRC Publishing Ltd.: London, 2002. 448 pgs.,
$29.5 A mint copy in a laminated cover.. The title well describes this book, providing an encyclopedia of the
Vietnam War along with excellent photos that illustrate and/or add to some of the subjects covered. Would serve as
a valuable reference in high school libraries as it brings to life some of the subjects covered. Many of the photos
used are not the usual photos of the Vietnam War and not to found in other photos books of the war.

8728.) GWIN, LARRY: ->Baptism: A Vietnam Memoir. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 3rd Edition 351 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of a Yale graduate who volunteered to serve in Vietnam

20050.) HACKWORTH, DAVID H. and EILHYS ENGLAND: ->Steel My Soldiers' Hearts. HC:Rugged Land, LLC: New
York, 2002. 1st Edition 436 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An account by Hackworth of how he brought about
the transformation of the 4th Battalion, 39th Infantry, from one of the worst units to one of the best in Vietnam during
the year of 1969.
3719.) HALBERSTADT, HANS: ->War Stories of the Green Berets: The Viet Nam Experience. HC:Motorbooks
International: Osceola, WI, 1994. 1st Edition 222 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A collection of stories of the
Green Berets, a number on the humorous side, from the men who fought two unconventional wars--one with the Viet
Cong, and the other with the conventional US armed forces. Author is a Viet Nam combat veteran.

443.) HALBERSTAM, DAVID: ->Ho. PB:Rowan & Littlefied.: Lanham, MD., 2007. REP. Edition 118 pgs., $15.95
Inscription in enpaper, o/w a fine copy. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author focuses on the why of the effectiveness
of Ho Chi Minh as a leader among the Vietnamese people. The wraps editIon contains a preface written by
Halberstam in 2007.
444.) HALBERSTAM, DAVID: ->The Best and the Brightest. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1993. 688 pgs., $12.5
Wraps, a trade size edition and which has a special introduction by the author written in 1992, twenty years after he
wrote the book in 1972. Excellent book providing in-depth portraits of the men who came to power in the Kennedy
era. A must for understanding the period.
6107.) HALL, ED Y.: ->Valley of the Shadow. PB:Honoribus Press: Spartanburg, SC, 1986. 269 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Book is a personal diary of an Army captain who served as an advisor in Vietnam
from July of 1966 to June of 1967. Book is in diary form and an excellent primary source.

4496.) HAMBLEN, DONALD N. and B.H. NORTON:->One Tough Marine. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 1993. 1st
Edition 337 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Hamblen served 30 unbroken months in Vietnam,
beginning in 1965. He worked out of Danang with the Studies and Operation Group (SOG).

27652.) HAMMEL, ERIC H.: ->Marines in Hue City: A Portrait of Urban Combat, TET 1968. HC:Zenith Press: St.
Paul, MN., 2007. 1st Edition 168 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An excellent photo book of the battle in



3707.) HAMMEL, ERIC: ->Ambush Valley: I Corps, Vietnam, 1967--the Story of a Marine Infantry Batalion's Battle for
Survival. A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An oral history by members of the 3rd Battalion, 26th Marines who were
attached by an NVA unit near Con Thien.

448.) HAMMEL, ERIC: ->Khe Sanh: Siege in the Clouds: An Oral History. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 508 pgs., $6 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Price of d/j clipped. Author draws upon approximately 100
oral accounts of participants in the battle of Khe Sanh for this book..

3766.) HAMMER, Ed. MICHELL R.: ->The Vietnam Experrience. PB:Renaissance Publications: Worthington, OH,
1991. 1st Edition 105 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book reports on the experience of a group of students

449.) HAMMER, ELLEN J.: ->A Death In November: America In Vietnam, 1963. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York,
1987. 2nd Edition 373 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author draws heavily upon Vietnamese sources
for account on Diem's overthrow. A must for understanding this event.

365.) HAMMER, ELLEN: ->Vietnam: Yesterday and Today. HC:Holt, Rinehart and Winston: New York, 1966. 282
pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. Book is a title in the contemporary civilizations series.

367.) HAMMER, RICHARD: ->The Court-Martial of Lt. Calley. HC:Coward, McCann & Geoghegan: New York, 1971.
1st Edition 398 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author initially investigated the My Lai massacre and wrote
'One Morning In the War.' This background gave him an edge for writing on the trial.

6708.) HAMMOND, THOMAS: ->Soviet Foreign Relations And World Communism. HC:Princeton University Press:
Princeton, NJ, 1965. 1240 pgs., $12.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. A selected, annotated bibliograpy of 7,000 books in

7219.) HAMMOND, WILLIAM: ->Reporting Vietnam: Media and Military at War. HC:University Press of Kansas:
Lawrence, KS, 1998. 1st Edition 362 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author maintains that the animosity
between the government and media wasn't always the rule; what happened between the two was symptomatic of the
nation's experiences in general.
1166.) HAMMOND,: WILLIAM M.: ->Public Affairs: The Military and the Media, 1962-1968. HC:Government Printing
Office: Washington, DC, 1988. 413 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a good plus d/j. This study describes the evolution of
public affairs policies in Vietnam, focusing on tnetions between the press and the military and on the issues and
problems that can confront an open society in war.

370.) HANH, THICH NHAT: ->Vietnam: Lotus In a Sea of Fire, A Buddhist Proposal for Peace. HC:Hill and Wang:
New York, 1967. 1ST Edition 115 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has ben kept in a mylar cover,
only defect is a cut out on the spine in order to place the call number.> Author a Buddhist monk who taught at the
Buddhist University in Saigon. In the summer of 1966, he made a lecture tour in this country and Western Europe in
an effort to have his country avoid the destruction of the war.

7129.) HANSEL, Eds. SARAH, ANN STEIDLE, GRACE ZACZEK and RON ZACZEK:->Soldier's Heart: Survivors' Views
of Combat Trauma. PB:Sidran Press: Lutherville, MD, 1995. 242 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book
examines the range of emotions and reactions to diagnosis that often characterize individual healing from PSTD.
Includes compilation of original prose, poetry, and art written by veterans, primarily Vietnam veterans.

26499.) HANTOVER, JEFFREY: ->A World of Decent Dreams: Vietnam Images. HC:Weatherhill, Inc.: Turnbull, CT,
2003. 1st Edition 156 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has tear top of spine. A picture book with pcolor
ph otographs by Ellen Kaplowizt with a foreward by Bernard Kalb.

23943.) HARDWICK, WILLIAM H.: ->Down South: One Tour in Vietnam. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2004. 1st
Edition 204 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of Marine officer who served in Vietnam.

26004.) HARDY, ANDREW: ->Red Hills: Migrants and the State in the Highlands of Vietnam. HC:University of Hawaii
Press: Honolulu, HI, 2003. 1st Edition 359 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a v/g d/j. Book shows how the socialist
politicies of Hanoi changed the face of the highlands, as settlers from the plains turned the hills red. Provides
historical background of the migration policies of the French.
31106.) HARDY, Eds. ANDREW, MARUO CUCARZI, and PATRIZIA ZOLESE: ->Champa and the Archaeology of My
Son (Vietnam). Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book based on the archaeological research and restoration work of
My Son by an Italian team along with Vietnamese specialists.. The frist part of the book deals with the historical,
anthropological and architectural studies of the civilisation of Champa. The rest of the book presents an unusually
intimate and extensively illustrated portrait of the archaeologists' research and restoration work at My Son. Contains
over 200 figures, 16 color plates and 5 maps.
5221.) HARRIS, DAVID ->Goliath. PB:Avon Books: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 157 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. This is Harris's account of his journey from president of the Stanford University student body to

5065.) HARRIS, DAVID: ->Our War: What We Did in Vietnam and What It Did to Us. HC:Times Books: New York,
1996. 2nd Edition 191 pgs., $2.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A part memoir by an antiwar activist who
refused to accept induction and served two years in jail. He was student body president of Stanford University and
he married Joan Baez.
372.) HARRISON, DONALD C.: ->Distant Patrol: Virginia and the Vietnam War. HC:Scarborough House: Chelsea,
Mi., 1989. 1st Edition 137 pgs., $4.95 Mint in mint d/j as purchased new. Published under auspices of 'The
Virginia Korean-Vietnam War History Council.' Book lists those awarded the Medal of Honor and those who gave
their lives in Vietnam.
3168.) HARRISON, JAMES PINCKNEY: ->The Endless War: Fifty Years of Struggle in Vietnam. HC:Macmillian
Publishing Co.: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 372 pgs., $10 PB:McGraw Hill Book Co.: New York, 1983. 1st Edition
375 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author states that he seeks to concentrate on the
Vietnamese side of events that have shaped Vienam over the past 50 years.




28928.) HARRISON-HALL, JESSICA: ->Vietnam Behind the Lines: Images from the War, 1965-1975. PB:British
Museum Press: London, 2002. 1ST Edition 96 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. A fully illustrated
catallogue that shows the Vietnam conflict as seen by Vietnamese artists from the other side. There are 132 works
on paper ranging watercolours, pen and ink sketches, pencil drawings, chalf designs, etc.. A must for the collector.

3202.) HARTKE, VANCE: ->The American Crisis in Vietnam. HC:Bobbs Merrill Co.: Indianapolis, 1968. 163 pgs.,
$12 Inscribed by the author, a v/g copy. Author was a Demcratic Senator from Indiana who was a leader in
Congressional dissent on the Vietnam War. Unlike most critics of the war, he gave a very reasoned argument for his
position.
376.) HARVEY, FRANK: ->Air War: Vietnam. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1967. 185 pgs., $1.99 Wraps mass
market edition, foxing outer edges with wear of cover, , a good plus copy. This early editon has photos which later
editons did not have. This was a popular account of the air war before the general public became aware of the
restrictions placed on the air war in Vietnam by Johnson and McNamara.


9257.) HARWOOD, MICHAEL: ->The Student's Guide to Military Service. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1965. REV.
Edition 247 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A book outlining options regarding military service.

31198.) HASSAN, ALLEN: ->Failure To Atone: The True Story of a Jungle Surgeon in Vietnam. A mint copy in a
fine d/j. Personal memoir of a civilian doctor who served two tours in Vietnam to render medical assistance to
377.) HASSELBLAD, MARVA: With DOROTHY BRANDON:->Lucky-Lucky: A Nurse's Story of Life At a Hospital In
Vietnam. HC:M. Evans & Co.: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $5.95 Remainder mark bottom edge, soiling
on enpaper & cover as book previously had plactic cover which was taped to book, o/w a v/g copy in a bright v/g d/j.
. Author was a nurse supervising hospital routine in Nhatrang under auspices of Mennonite Central Committee.


378.) HASSLER, ALFRED: Introduction by Senator GEORGE McGOVERN:->Saigon, U.S.A.. HC:Richard W. Baron:
New York, 1970. 291 pgs., $5 PB:Richard W. Baron Pub.: New York, 1970. 291 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps trade ed., tips of front cover creased, light soiling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. Author is the national executive
secretary of the Fellowship of Reconcilliation which seeks to develope a peaceful world community.

3028.) HAVILAND, Jr. H. FIELD, LARRY L. FABIAN, KARL MATHIASEN III and ARTHUR M. COX:->Vietnam After
the War: Peacekeeping and Rehabilitation. PB:Brookings Institution: Washington, D.C., 1968. 116 pgs., $5 Wrpas
trade ed., a v/g copy. This study proposes certain functions that a negotiated settlement might realisically entail for
international third parties, provided that genuine bargaining and needed compromises have occurred. It was written
while the Paris Peace talks were going on.
26706.) HAWLEY, THOMAS M.: ->The Remains of War: Bodies, Politics, and the Search for American Soldiers
Unaccounted for in Southeast Asia. PB:Duke University Press: Durham, NC, 2005. 282 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. The author argues that the quest for certainity in the form of the material, identified body marks a
dramatic change from previous wars and that it is a result of the ambiguities and anxieties surrounding the Vietnam
War.
24185.) HAWORTH, LAWRENCE E.: ->Tales of Thunder Run: the Convoys, the Noise, the Ambushes:Stories of
QL13, the Route 66 of Viet Nam. PB:ACW Press: , 2004. 190 pgs., $12.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A series
of vignettes based on the author's expeiences in Vietnam. Author served as an Army chaplain duirng two tours, first
with the 13th Combat Aviation Battalion in 1967-68 and then the llth Armored Cavalry in 1969-1970.

5070.) HAYDEN, TOM: ->Reunion: A Memoir. HC:Random House: New York, 1988. 2nd Edition 539 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Memoir of a noted activist and his memoir deals with his experiences during the 60s,
including his involvement in the antiwar movement..

9305.) HAYES, ROGER: ->On Point: A Rifleman's Year in the Boonies: Vietnam 1967-1968. HC:Presidio Press:
Novato, CA, 2000. 1st Edition 249 pgs., $12 PB:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $5 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of an enlisted man who served with
the 25th Division from October 1967 to October 1968.
3229.) HEAD, Eds. WILLIAM and LAWRENCE E. GRINTER:->Looking Back on the Vietnam War.: A 1990s
Perspective on the Decisions, Combat and Legacies. PB:Praeger Publishers: Westport, Ct., 1993. 1st Edition 271
pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade size ed., a near fine copy. This text closely compares and contrasts the Gulf and Vietnam
Wars on both the war and home fronts. Contributors include William Head, Marc Gilbert, George Herring, Caroline
Ziemke, John Garver, Earl Tilford, Mark Clodfelter, Douglas Pike, John Gates, Larry Cable, Lorenzo Crowell and Bui
Diem.

30951.) HEATHER, DAVID and SHERRY BUCHANAN: ->Vietnam Posters. HC:Preset Publishing: New York, 2009. 1st
Edition 281 pgs., $22.5 Book has a laminatad cover which depcits a Vietnamese poster, a braand new copy. Book
provides a collection of propaganda posters drawn by Hanoi artists covering the period of the early fifties to the
present day. Captions to the posters are in Englisha nd Vietnamese. A must for the library of any collector books
on the Vietnam War.
2897.) HEFLEY, JAMES and MARTI: ->No Time for Tombstones: LIfe and Death in the Vietnamese Jungle.
PB:Tyndale HOuse Publishers: Wheaton, IL, 1974. 2nd Edition 125 pgs., $5 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy..
Account of two missionaries and a USAID agricultural advisor being captured in the Central Highlands during the
TET offensive. The two missionaries died while in captivity. The USAID employee recounted the story to the
authors who subsequently went to Vietnam before completing their book.
20023.) HEINEMAN, KENNETH J.: ->Put Your Bodies Upon the Wheels: Student Revolt in the 1960s. HC:Ivan R.
Dee: Chicago, 2001. 251 pgs., $10 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. The book deals more with the student revolt
in all areas rather than just opposition to the Vietnam War. He is critical of both the left and the right during this
period.
25166.) HEINEMANN, LARRY: ->Black Virgin Mountain: A Reurn to Vietnam. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 2005.
1st Edition 243 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Heinemann's return to Vietnam where he took a train from
Hanoi to Ho Chi minh City as the guest of the Vietnam Writers Association and it wneds with a crawl through the
Tunnels of Cu Chi and a climb up the sacred mountain Nui Ba Den. He served in this area with the 25th Infantry
Division.

5064.) HELMS, E. MICHAEL: ->The Proud Bastards. PB:Pocket Star Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 273 pgs.,
$6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir of an enlisted Marine who was a member of BLT 2/4
Marines that fought along the DMZ from 1967 to 1968.

21566.) HELMS, RICHARD with WILLIAM HOOD: ->A Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence
Agency. HC:Random House: New York, 2003. 2nd Edition 478 pgs., $5.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Price clipped.
Helms tells his story focusing on subjects such as intelligence collection, covert action, the uses and misuses of
intelligence, and the problems secret intelligence encounters in an open society.

7211.) HEMPHILL. ROBERT: ->Platoon: Bravo Company. HC:Sergeant Kirkland's: Fredericksburg, VA, 1999. 252
pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir by the commander of Bravo Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Infantry
Division, the unit which Oliver Stone portrayed in his movie Platoon. He takes issue with Stone's portrayal.

24461.) HENDERSON, CHARLES: ->Goodnight Saigon: The True Story of the U.S. Marines Last Days in Vietnam.
HC:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 420 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a very fine d/j. An
account of the last days in Saigon based on interviews and research with U.S. Marines, U.S. embassy personnel,
NVA and viet Cong soldiers, and leaders from both sides in the Vietnam War.


31597.) HENDERSON, CHARLES: ->Jungle Rules: A True Story of Marine Justice in Vietnam. HC:Berkeley
Publsihing Group: New York, 2006. 1ST Edition 479 pgs., $5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a very fine copy

8746.) HENDERSON, CHARLES: ->Silent Warrior: The Marine Sniper's Vietnam Story Continues. HC:Berkeley Books:
New York, 2000. 1st Edition 286 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A further account of Marine sniper
Carlos Hathcock missions as a sniper in Vietnam.

386.) HENDIN, HERBERT and ANN POLLINGER HASS:->Wounds of War: The Psychological Aftermath of Combat In
Vietnam. HC:Basic Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 267 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Authors draw upon
their clinical experience in dealing with posttraumatic stress disorder and this is set forth in layman's language.

5011.) HENDRICKSON, PAUL: ->The Living and the Dead. HC:Alfrd A. Knopf: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 432 pgs.,
$1.99 A mint copy in a fine d/j. A damning and rightly so account of McNamara's and his involvement in the
Vietnam War, focusing on many of the man's personality flaws which accounted for his misjudgments on the war and
his deceptive public personality.
387.) HENDRY, JAMES B.: ->The Small World of Khanh Hau. HC:Aldine Publishing Co.: Chicago, 1964. 1st Edition
312 pgs., $15 Name on bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. The book is a study of economic life and
prospects for development in a Vietnamese rural community.

6407.) HENRI, RAYMOND: ->Vietnam Combat Art. PB:Cavanagh & Cavanagh: Mew York, 1968. 96 pgs., $3.95
Wraps trade ed., wear on edges of backcover, tips of cover creased, a good plus copy. Drawings and paintings in this
book are from the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Art Collection.

453.) HERRGESELL, Compiler MARGARET ROWTON: ->Dear Margaret, Today I Died...Letters From Vietnam by
LTC Oscar Herrgesell. HC:Naylor Co.: San Antonia, Texas, 1974. 93 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j.
Lieutenant Colonel Herrgesell was an officer in the U.S. infantry and he was killed in action on July 29th, l972.

3804.) HERRING, Ed. GEORGE C.: ->The Pentagon Papers: Abridged Edition. PB:McGraw-Hill, Inc.: New York,
1993. 228 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., mint as purchased new. A reprint of the New York Times edition of the
Pentagon Papers. Herring has left out some of the documents in this edition where he felt there was duplication. He
writes a brief introduction to each of the 7 chapters and a brief headnote on each document, highlighting its
significance.
21864.) HERRING, GEORGE C.: ->America's Longest War: The United States and Vietnam, 1950-1975. PB:Alfred
A. Knopf: New York, 1996. 4th Edition 396 pgs., $37.95 Wraps trade ed., tips of last 90 pages have a very slightl
bent due to publisher's having inserted a folding map of Vietnam at the end of the book, then having a cellophane
wrapper around the book and map, o/w a brand new copy iobtained directly from the publisher.

3544.) HERRING, GEORGE C.: ->LBJ and Vietnam: A Different Kind of War HC:University of Texas Press: Austin,
TX., 1994. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book examines why President Johnson and his
administration conducted the Vietnam War as they did, drawing heavily on a wealth of released documents from the
LBJ Library.
6328.) HERRINGTON, STUART: ->Stalking the Vietcong: Inside Operation Phoenix, A Personal Account.
PB:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1997. 222 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Author served as Phoenix office
from February 1971 to August 1972. Book first published uder the ttile Silence Was A Weapon.

2865.) HERROD, RANDY: ->Blue's Bastards: A True Story of Valor Under Fire. HC:Regnery Gateway: Washington,
D.C., 1989. 1st Edition 215 pgs., $2.95 PB:Dell Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 264 pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy
in a very fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a fine copy. Author served under Oliver North in Vietnam and saved his
life during a firefight in which North was wounded. Later the author was leading a night patrol and he returned fire,
killing Vietnamese women and children. He was court-martialed and tried for first degree murder. He was found
innocent and during the trial, Oliver North came to his defense.

21448.) HERSCHENSOHN, BRUCE: ->The Gods of Antenna. HC:Arlington House: New Rochelle, NY, 1976. 155
pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author argues that CBS was used by Hanoi as a propaganda outlet and the
debacle of Southeast Asia along with the abdication of Nixon were linked by a pervasvive bias. He serrved as a
deputy special assistant to President Nixon.
472.) HERSH, SEYMOUR M.: ->Cover-Up. HC:Random House: New York, 1972. 2nd Edition 305 pgs., $2.95 Ex-
library, a tight v/g copy with library markings. Author's account of what he labels the cover-up of the My Lai massacre
as well as another massacre by the same unit on the same morning. He deals with the Army as an institution which
he feels makes such events almost inevitable.


6065.) HIEBERT, MURRAY: ->Chasing the Tigers: A Portrait of the New Vietnam. HC:Kodansha International: New
York, 1996. 1st Edition 258 pgs., $12.05 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a mint copy in a fine d/j. Author
opened the Hanoi bureau of the Far Eastern Economic Review in 1986 and he has followed events in Vietnam
closely since that time.
4792.) HIEBERT, MURRAY: ->Vietnam Notebook. PB:Review Publishing Co., Ltd.: Hong Kong, 1994. REV Edition
216 pgs., $8.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Contains 38 articles on Vietnam today written by the Hanoi Bureau
Chief of the Far Eastern Economic Review.

9408.) HIEN, NGUYEN XUAN: ->Glutinous Rice Eating Tradition in Vietnam and Elsewhere. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2001. 258 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Study provides the role glutinous rice plays in daily life
and in ceremonial festivities, and religious rituals in Southeast Asia. Contains 42 color photographs and 14 figures.

3018.) HIGGINS, HUGH: ->Vietnam. PB:Heinemann Educational Books: London, 1982. 2nd Edition 180 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Title originally published in 1975 and this edition extends through 1980 with 3
new chapters. Author was Deputy Principal of Kingsway-Princton College at the time of the book's writing.

479.) HIGGINS, MARGUERITE: ->Our Vietnam Nightmare. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1965. 314 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This is a highly critical account on the U.S. role in Vietnam that led to the overthrow of Diem.
She was a Pulitzer Prrize winning reporter and she served as the Herald Tribune bureau chief in Berlin and Tokyo.
She died shortly after this book was written at the age of 45.


22692.) HIGHAM, Ed. ROBIN: ->Intervention Or Abstention. HC:University Press of Kentucky: Lexingotn, KY, 1975.
221 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Book examines decisions to intervene or not on the part of the United
States in 9 cases, including that of Vietnam.

22429.) HILDRETH, RAY and CHARLES W. SASSER: ->Hill 488. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 2003. 1st Edition
359 pgs., $6.5 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. An account of the men of the Marines 1st Recon Battalion who
fought with North Vietnamese regulars and the Viet Cong in June of 1966. They came the most highly decorated
small unit in the entire history of the U. S. military.
2415.) HILSMAN, ROGER: ->To Move a Nation: The Politics of Foreign Policy in the Administration of John F.
Kennedy. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1967. 602 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Hilsman served as head
of Intelligence in the State Department and then as Assistant Secretary of State for the Far East during the
Kennedy Adminstration. He was subsequently removed by Johnson for his role in the overthrow of Diem.

26613.) HINTON, HAROLD C.: ->China's Relations with Burma and Vietnam: A Brief Survey. PB:Institute of Pacific
Relations: New York, 1958. 64 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

7814.) HOCQUARD, EDOUARD: ->War and Peace in Hanoi and Tonkin: A Field Report of the Franco-Chinese War
and on Customs and Beliefs of the Vietnamese, 1884-188 PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 612
pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a field report written by a French medical doctor serrving in the
Franco-Chinese war over Tonkin and Annam during 1884-1885. Translated by Walter E.J. Tips.

29314.) HOFFMAN, JOYCE: ->On Their Own: Women Journalists and the American Experience in Vietnam. HC:Da
Capa Press: New York, 2008. 1ST Edition 439 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a fine d/j.. An excellent account of women
journalists who covered the Vietnam War, bringing out that these women were pioneers in being war journalists in
what had been a male dominant role and that they were as good as their male counterparts in terms of in-depth
reporting.
488.) HOFMANN, Compiler MARGRET: ->Vietnam Viewpoints: A Handbook for Concerned Citizens. PB:Privately
Published: Austin, Texas, 1968. 186 pgs., $10 A wraps trade ed., a v/.g copy. Book is a compilation of quotes of
noted persons that are so utilized in order to support an anti-war position.

22934.) HOLZER, HENRY MARK and ERIKA: ->Aid and Comfort: Jane Fonda In North Vietnam. HC:McFarland &
Co.: Jefferson, NC, 2002. 206 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a laminated cover. The authors make a case against
Jane Fonda that she was guilty of treason.

490.) HOLZER, WERNER: ->Vietnam oder Di Freiheit zu Sterben. PB:R. Piper & Co.: Munchen, Germany, 1968.
136 pgs., $5 A wraps trade ed., top edge soiled, o/w a v/g copy.

494.) HONEY, Ed. P.J.: ->North Vietnam Today: Profile of a Communist Satellite. HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Pub.:
New York, 1962. 166 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Book contains articles by Devillers, Fall, Phong, Tongas,

3455.) HOOBLER, DORTHY and THOMAS: ->Vietnam: Why We Fought: An Illustrated History. HC:Random House:
New York, 1990. 1st Edition 196 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This is a history of the Vietnam War
written for young readers. Authors have written more than 20 books for children and young readers. Book has a
subtle critical bias against the U.S. involvement, otherwise it is well done and there is an excellent selection of black
and white phtotos.
495.) HOOPES, TOWNSEND: ->The Limits of Intervention. HC:David McKay, Co.: New York, 1970. 3rd Edition 245
pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Affairs from
1965-1967, the he became Under Secretary of the Air Force until 1969. Gives gives his perception how the policy of
escalation in Vietnam was reversed while serving under Clark Clifford. Wraps trade ed. Represents a new update
with an afterword by the author.
496.) HOPE, BOB: ->Five Women I Love: Bob Hope's Vietnam Story. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1966. 1st
Edition 255 pgs., $1.99 lLight speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Account of Bob Hope's
visit to Vietnam during the Christmas of 1965.

27559.) HORWOOD, IAN: ->Interservice Rivalry and Airpower in the Vietnam War. PB:Combat Studies Institute
Press: Fort Leavenworth, KS, 2006. 200 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study concentrates on tactical
airpower in South Vietnam and deals with air war over North Vietnam only insofar as it influenced inter-service
issues in the South.

498.) HOSMER, STEPHEN T. and KONRAD KELLEN and BRIAN M. JENKINS:->The Fall of South Vietnam:
Statements By Vietnamese Military and Civilian Leaders. HC:Crane, Russak & Co.: New York, 1980. BC Edition 264
pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This is a Rand Corporation study in two parts, the first being on the setting
before the 1975 offensive and the second part with the course of the collapse, beginning in January of 1975.

500.) HOVIS, BOBBI: ->Station Hospital Saigon: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam, 1963-1964. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, Md., 1991. 2nd Edition 167 pgs., $10 Review copy with review tapedin on enpaoper, o/w a fine copy in
a v/g d/j. D/J has chipping top and bottom of spine. Personal memoir of a Naval nurse assigned to Vietnam in 1963
to help establish the first U.S. Naval Station hospital there.


20844.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C. and KIM BE HOWARD:->Textiles of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. PB:White
Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $59.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a survey of the twenty-
one ethnic groups of the Central Highlands who speak the Malayo-Polyesian and Mon-Khmer languages. Book
contians 201 color photographs illustrating the peoples and their textiles.

9679.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C. and KIM BE: ->Textiles of the Daic Peoples of Vietnam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2002. 1st Edition 290 pgs., $59.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book provides a through survey of the
textiles of the peoples in Vietnam who speak the Daid language. Contains 295 color photographs and 97 black
and white photos.
20903.) HOWARD, MICHAEL C. and KIM BE: ->Textiles of the Highland Peoples of Northern Vietnam: Mon-Khmer,
Hmong-Mien, and Tibeto-Burman. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $49.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. The book covers 10 groups of Mon-Khmer speakers, including groups such as the Muong and Tho
who are related to the lowland groups of Mien. Six groups of Tibeto-Burman speakers are covered, including the
Lolo, Phula, and Lahu. Book has 235 color photographs and 57 black and white photos illustrating the peoples and
their textiles.
501.) HOWELL-KOEBLER, Ed. NANCY: Photographs by GORDON BAER:->Vietnam: The Battle Comes Home. A
Photographic Record of Post-Traumatic Stress with Selected Essa PB:Morgan & Morgan: Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., 1984.
112 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Essayists include Trocki, Lifton, Wilson, etc..

3228.) HOWES, CRAIG: ->Voices of the Vietnam POWs: Witnesses to Their Fight. PB:Oxford University Press: New
York, 1993. 2nd Edition 295 pgs., $12.5 Wraps, a trade size ed., a mint copy. Author contends the POWs developed
a collective history of their experience and he reviews their captivity narratives in respect to what they tell about the
POWs, their captors and America's Vietnam legacy. A very interesting work.

20919.) HOYT-GOLDSMITH, DIANE: ->Hoang Anh: A Vietnamese-American Boy. HC:Harcourt Brace & Company:
New York, 1992. 32 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy. A children's book that depicts the life of a Vietnamese boy in

7283.) HUBBARD, EDWARD: ->Escape from the Box: The Wonder of Human Potential. HC:Praxis International:
West Chester, PA, 1999. 6th Edition 160 pgs., $20 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Author was a POW for 2,420
days and in this book, he shares the lessons learned from this experience to help people understand their own
unlimited potential.
7381.) HUCHTHAUSEN, PETER and NGUYEN THI LUNG: ->Echoes of the Mekong. HC:Nautical & Aviation
Publishing Co.: Baltimore, MD, 1996. 165 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A joint memoir by a patrol officer
on the Mekong who in 1967 rescued a wounded child Nguyen Thi Lung. His crew provided for her treatment and
education. She left Vietnam in 1985 under the Orderly Departure Program and Huchthausen sponsored her entry
into the United States. Each tell their stories in alternating chapters.
8250.) HUMPHRIES, JAMES F.: ->Through the Valley: Vietnam, 1967-1968. PB:Stackpole Books: Mechainsburg,
PA, 2008. 1st Edition 335 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author gives his account and that of fifty former
veterans who fought in the battles of Hiep Duc, March 11, Nhi Ha, and Hill 406 in the northern provinces during
1967-68.

8543.) HUNEBELLE, DANIELLE: ->Dear Henry. PB:Berkeley Medallion Books: New York, 1972. 224 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. A popular intimate biography of Henry Kissinger.
25714.) HUNG, Eds. NGUYEN MANH, NEIL L. JAMIESON & A. TERRY RAMBO: ->Environment, Natural Resources,
and the Future Development of Laos and Vietna: Papers from a Seminar. PB:Indochina Institute: George Mason
University, Va., 1991. 67 pgs., $2.99 Wraps monograph, a v/g copy..

506.) HUNG, NGUYEN TIEN and JERROLD L. SCHECTER:->The Palace File. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1986.
1st Edition 542 pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy in a near fine d/j. Author served as a special assistant to President
Thieu t mint as purchased new. Hung, trained as an economist, served as a Special Assistant to President Thieu
and also as a Cabinet member in South Vietnam's government.


5395.) HUNT, MICHAEL H.: ->Lyndon Johnson's War: America's Cold War Crusade in Vietnam, 1945-1968. HC:Hill
and Wang: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 146 pgs., $10 Remainder mark top edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. An
account that seeks to explain the U.S. involvement in Vietnam by a diplomatic historian.

31618.) HUNTING, JILL: ->Finding Pete: Rediscovering the Brother I Lost in Vietnam. HC:Wesleyan University Press:
2009. 1ST Edition 269 pgs., $20.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.

507.) HUTCHENS, JAMES M.: ->Beyond Combat. HC:Moody Press: Chicago, 1968. 1st Edition 128 pgs., $5
PB:Shepherd's Press: Great Falls, VA, 1986. REP. Edition 199 pgs., $2.5 Inscription on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Author was an Army Chaplain & served with the 173rd Airborne Brigade
early in the war.
4795.) HUTCHINS, JOEL M.: ->Swimmers Among the Trees: SEAL Operations in the Vietnam War. HC:Presidio
Press: Novato, CA, 1996. BC Edition 228 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An account by a person claiming to
be a former SEAL and pruports to tell of SEAL military operations, tactics, and weaponry during the Vietnam War.
Hutchins actually served as a Navy hospital corpsman in Vietnam..


27396.) HUY, Eds. NGUYEN VAN and LAURA KENDALL:->Vietnam: Journeys of Body, Mind, and Spirit.
PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, 2003. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book
takes the reader on an informed and engaging journey into the social and ritual life of contemporary Vietnam.
Nguyen Van Huy is Director of the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and Laurel Kendall is Curator of the Asian
Ethnographic Collections at the American Museum of Natural History.
508.) HUYEN, N. KHAC: ->Vision Accomplished? The Enigma of Ho Chi Minh. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New
York, 1971. 1st Edition 377 pgs., $12.5 PB:Collier Books: New York, 1971. 18th Edition 377 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library,
markings outer edges, title page & spine of d/j, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by
an anti-communist Vietnamese who himself was a strong nationalist. At the time of the book's writing, he was
chairman of the Department of Poliitcal Science at the College of St. Catherine in Saint Pual, MN..


4011.) HUYNH, JADE NGOC QUANG: ->South Wind Changing. HC:Graywolf Press: St. Paul, MN, 1994. 3rd Edition
305 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of a Vietnamese university student at the time of the fall of
Saigon. He was sent to a labor camp, escaped in 1977 to Thailand, then he came to America. After six years
working in fast food restuartants etc., he went on to recieve a B.A. degree from Bennington College in 1987.

9065.) IMMERMAN, Ed. RICHARD H.: ->John Foster Dulles and the Diplomacy of the Cold War. PB:Princeton
University Press: Princeton, NJ, 1990. 2nd Edition 297 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book contains a
chapter on Indochina as well as chapters on the all major diplomatic issues faced by Dulles while serving as
Secretary of State. Good reference for seeing all the diplomatic issues faced by the our country prior to a major
escalation in Vietnam.
9899.) INDOCHINA RESOURCE CENTER: ->Breakdown of the Vietnam Ceasefire: The Need For a Balanced View.
PB:Indochina resource Center: Washington, DC, 1974. 50 pgs., $7.5 Wraps in softcard cover, a v/g plus copy.

512.) INFANTRY MAGAZINE STAFF, Eds. ->A Distant Challenge: The US Infantryman In Vietnam, 1967-1972.
HC:Battery Press: Nashville, TN, 1983. 1st Edition 359 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, BC ed.,
$7.50, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Contains first person accounts of men who led and the men who fought on a platoon
level in Vietnam. Accounts are arranged in chronological order. Premise of this series is that the Vietnam War as a
'platoon leader's war.'
8666.) INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE: ->Veterans and Agent Orange: Update 1996. HC:National Academy Press:
Washington, DC, 1997. 2nd Edition 365 pgs., $15 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy.. This review concluded that it is not
possible to quantify the degree of risk likely to be experienced by Vietnam veterans because of their exposure to
herbicides in vietnam. Two members of the committee differed with this conclusion and an appendix presents their
analysis and estimates.
19998.) INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION for SUPERVISION and CONTROL in VIETNAM:->Special Report to the
Co-Chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Indo-China. PB:Her Majesty's Stationery Office: London, 1962. 23
pgs., $5 Wraps trade, some foxing and creasing, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another item.
This is a report presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in June of 1962.


3223.) INTERVENTION, PREMIER ISSUE, SPRING 1984:-> PB:: , . 47 pgs., $5 The magazine describes itself as
being a journal on war and peace and the Vietnam Experience. It started in response to the U.S. military
interventions in Central America, Lebanon and Grenada. Board of Advisors include Peter Arnett, Daniel Ellsberg,
Gloria Emerson and others.
4796.) IREDELL, F. RAYMOND: ->Viet-Nam: The Country and the People. HC:American Press: New York, 1966. 1st
Edition 110 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was with the United States Information Agency from 1959 to
1963 in Vietnam as Director of the Vietnamese American Association.

31259.) ISAACS, ARNOLD R.: ->Vietnam Shadows: The War, Its Ghosts, and Its Legacy. HC:John Hipkins University
Press: Baltimore, 1997. 1ST Edition 236 pgs., $2.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Another copy, $15.00, a review
copy with the a review and photogrpah laid in, a mint copy in a mint d/j.

2502.) ISAACS, ARNOLD R.: ->Without Honor: Defeat In Vietnam and Cambodia. HC:John Hopkins University Press:
Baltimore, Md., 1984. 1st Edition 559 pgs., $2.95 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 559 pgs., $1.99 A
v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author served as a war correspondent in Indochina for the
Baltimore Sun from 1972-1975. The book also contains a chapter on the fall of Laos.

5978.) ISAACS, ARNOLD: ->Vietnam Shadows: The War, Its Ghosts, and Its Legacy. HC:The Johns Hopkins
University Press: Baltimore, MD, 1997. 3rd Edition 236 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This is one of the more
insightful books on the Vietnam War in retrospect . The chapters on veterans and their experiences and the views of
those who were part of the anti-war movement are the best to date on showing the wide range of feelings that exists
among these groups today. He avoids the simple unambiguous judgments about these groups and seeks to put
them in a proper historical perspective. He is able to to so as he is of the age that he can recall the World War II
experiences of his father and yet being slightly older than those who came of age during the sixties, he can
understand where they were coming from, i.e. the advantages of coming of age in what many regard as the dull
2964.) ISAACSON, WALTER: ->Kissinger: A Biography. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1992. BC Edition 893
pgs., $2.99 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Best biography to date on Kissinger.

515.) ISARD, Ed. WALTER: ->Vietnam: Issues and Alternatives. HC:Schenkman Publishing Co.: Cambridge, Mass.,
1969. 213 pgs., $10 Review copy with review laid in. Speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Book
is a collection of papers presented at the June, 1968 conference of the Peace Research Society at Cambridge,
Mass..
8000.) ISSERMAN, MAURICE: ->The Vietnam War. HC:Facts On File, Inc.: New York, 1992. 3rd Edition 136 pgs.,
$12 A mint copy. A very concise and readable history of the Vietnam War. Title is part of America At War series.

5068.) ISSERMAN, MAURICE: ->Witness to War: Vietnam. PB:Berkley Publishing Group: New York, 1995. 1st
Edition 211 pgs., $1.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book includes a wide selection of personal accounts and
records on the war including newspaper reports and public documents.


24388.) JACKSON, MIKE and TARA DIXON-ENGEL: ->Naked In Danang: A Forward Air Controller in Vietnam.
HC:Zenith Press: St. Paul, MN, 2004. 302 pgs., $10 Bookplate of National Military Center on enpaper, o/w a very
fine copy in a very fine d/j. Author served as Forward Air Controller during the last days of the American combat role
in Vietnam, flying FAC missions during the Easter Offensive and being involved in the rescue of BAT-21. At the
time of the book's writing, he was serving as the Executive Director of the National Aviation Hall of Fame in Dayton,
Ohio.

25118.) JACOBS, SETH: ->America's Miracle Man in Vietnam: Ngo Dinh Diem, Religion, Race, and U.S. Interventin
in Southeast Asia. tion. PB:Duke Univeristy Press: Durham, NC, 2004. 381 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Author argues that U.S. support of Diem was not due to our nation's anti-communism or an absence of other
candidate for South Vietnam's highest office. Instead, he argues that religion and race played a part in our
support of him, given Diem's Catholicism and the extent to which he violated American notions of Oriental passivity
and moral laxity. Thus he was a more attractive ally to Washington than many other non-Christian South
Vietnamese.
3740.) JACOBSEN, KAREN: ->Vietnam. HC:Childrens Press: Chicago, 1992. 2nd Edition 48 pgs., $7.5
PB:Childrens Press: Chicago, 1992. 1st Edition 48 pgs., $4.95 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy. Wraps, a trade size ed.,
mint as purchased new. Written for elementary student.

3067.) JAMES, ALLEN: ->Stop the War. HC:Stanyan Books: New York, 1970. 55 pgs., $2.95 Bookplate inside
cover, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A small picture book containing quotes about war and peace.

3022.) JAUNAL, JACK W.: ->Vietnam '68: Jack's Journal. HC:Denson Press: San Francisco, 1981. 1st Edition 154
pgs., $15 Some light spotting top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Journal of an Marine NCO with dairy entries
starting in Decmeber of 1967 at the Staging Battalion, Camp Pendleton, Ca. through his tour in Vietnam with the
First Marine Division.
8099.) JEFFREYS-JONES, RHODRI: ->Peace Now! American Society and the Ending of the Vietnam War. HC:Yale
University Press: New Haven, CT, 1999. 1st Edition 308 pgs., $4.95 Review copy with review laid in, a mint copy
in a mint d/j. The author focuses on four social groups in the sixties-students, African Americans, women and labor-
and investigates the impact each of these groups had on American foreign policy during the war.

430.) JENNINGS, PATRICK: ->Battles of the Vietnam War. HC:Exeter Books: New York, 1985. 192 pgs., $3.95 A
fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A photo picture book with brief text. Photos black and white and in colour.

3023.) JENSEN-STEVENSON, MONIKA and WILLIAM STEVENSON:->Kiss the Boys Goodbye: How the United
States Betrayed Its Own POW's in Vietnam. HC:Dutton: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 493 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in
a v/g dj. The genesis of this book began when Jensen-Stevenson was preparing a story for 60 Minutes on Bobby
Garwood in 1985. After 5 years of research on the POW issue, authors conclude that American POWs are still alive in
Indochina.
25985.) JOHN HOPKINS MAGAZINE: APRIL 1965 ISSUE: ->The War in Vietnam. PB:John Hopkins University:
Baltimore, MD, 1965. 16 pgs., $2.99 Wraps, a v/g copy. Contains text of President Johnson's speech and critical

5135.) JOHNSON, DION W.: ->Bear Tracks in Indochina: An Analysis of Soviet Presence in Indochina. PB:Air
University Press: Maxwell AFB, AL, 1987. 97 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author focuses on the Soviet
build-up in Vietnam from 1979 to the time of the book's publication.

9094.) JOHNSON, FRANK: ->Diary of An Airborne Ranger: A LRRP's Year in the Combat Zone. HC:Ballantine
Books: New York, 2001. BC Edition 255 pgs., $12 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 255 pgs., $6 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. A memoir of a LURP that serrved in I Corps during 1969-
1970. Drawn from a diary he kept at the time.
5623.) JOHNSON, LYNDON B.: ->No Retreat From Tomorrow: President Lyndon B. Johnson's Messages to the 90th
Congress. HC:Privatley printed.: , n.d.. 248 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Letter from White House laid in
signed by W. Marvin Watson, Special Assistant to the President to an apparent unnamed contributor. Many photos
to illustrate points of his messages. Includes his State of the Union message.

22704.) JOHNSON, LYNDON B.: ->Viet-Nam: The Struggle To Be Free. PB:Department of State: Washington, DC,
1966. 16 pgs., $6 Wraps phamplet, owner's stamp on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. A Department of State publication
that provides the text of an address President Johnson made on February 23, 1966 when presented with the
National Freedom Award at the Freedom House in New York City.


6281.) JOHNSON, RAYMOND: ->Postmark: Mekong Delta. HC:Fleming H. Revell Co.: Westwood, NJ, 1968. 96 pgs.,
$12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This book contains letters written by a Navy chaplain who served in the Mekong Delta.

4401.) JOHNSON, THOMAS L. and MARY R. HIMES:->Historical Account of the Military Police Corps Regiment:
Assault on the American Embassy, TET-1968. PB:United States Army: Fort McClellan, AL, 1983. 43 pgs., $12.5
Photocopied reprint, a fine copy. a v/g copy. An account of the assault on the embassy, drawing upon interviews of
MPs assigned to the embassy at the time of the assault. Includes a street map of the Embassy area. Foreward by
General William Westmoreland.
26695.) JOHNSON, TOM A.: ->To the Limit: An Air Cav Huey Pilot in Vietnam. HC:Potomac Books: Dulles, VA,
2006. 1st Edition 396 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a chopper pilot with 229th Assault
Helicopter Battalion of the First Air Cavalry Division. From June 1967 to June 1968, he flew 1,150 combat and 450
noncombat missions.
2508.) JOHNSON, U. ALEXIS: ->The Right Hand of Power: The Memoirs of an American Diplomat. HC:Prentice-
Hall, Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1984. 1st Edition 642 pgs., $4.95 Remainder spot bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus
copy in a v/g d/j Johnson played an important role in the 1954 Geneva Conference, the Gulf of Tonkin Incident,
and the decision to invade Cambodia. He also served as ambassador to Thailand during a critical period and
deputy ambassador to South Vietnam.
9767.) JOHNSON, WRAY R.: ->Vietnam and American Doctrine for Small Wars. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok,
2001. 334 pgs., $26 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book represents a comprehensive treatment of the evolution of
U.S. military doctrine for countering guerillas and other irregular forces in small wars.

519.) JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: HISTORICAL DIVISION PUBLICATION:->The History of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the War in Vietnam. PB:: , 1971. 498 pgs., $39.5 A electrostatic reprint in softcard
cover. Study is a reproduction of an earlier study entitled 'History of the Indochina Incident, 1940-1954' which was
completed in February of 1955.
8674.) JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: HISTORICAL DIVISION: ->The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the War in Vietnam 1960-
1968, Part III (1967-1968). PB:Joint Chiefs of Staff Historical Division: Washington, DC, n.d.. REP. Edition 404
pgs., $40 Wraps a photocopied reprint, spiral bound in a soft card cover.

8673.) JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: HISTORICAL DIVISION: ->The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the War in Vietnam,
1960-1968, Part II (1965-1966). PB:Joint Chiefs of Staff Historical Division: Washington, DC, n.d.. REP. Edition
598 pgs., $55 Wraps photocopied reprint in spiral binding with soft card cover.

8672.) JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: HISTORICAL DIVISION: ->The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the War in Vietnam,
1964-1968, Part I (1960-1964). PB:Historical Division Joint Chiefs of Staff: Washington, DC, n.d.. REP. Edition 582
pgs., $55 Wraps photocopied reprint in spiral bound in a softcard cover.

31596.) JONES, CHARLES: ->Boys of 67: From Vietnam to Iraq, The Extraordinary Story of a Few Good Men.
HC:Stackpole Books: Mechainsburg, PA, 2006. 1ST Edition 404 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An intimate
and vivid account of a small bank of remarkable Marines. Book has a forward by General Tony Zinni.

21567.) JONES, HOWARD: ->Death of a Generation: How the Assassination of Diem and JFK Prolonged the
Vietnam War. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 562 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
The author argues that Kennedy intended to withdraw the great bulk of American soldiers and pursue a diplomatic
solution to the crisis in Vietnam.
460.) JONES, JAMES: ->Viet Journal. HC:Delacorte Press: New York, 1973. 2nd Edition 257 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g d/j. Author wrote 'From Here to Eternity.' Book is a personalized journal of Vietnam after the ceasefire.

461.) JONES, JOHN R.: ->Vietnam Now. HC:Aston Publications Limited: West Yorkshire, UK, 1989. 144 pgs., $2.95
A fine copy in a fine d/j. Contains excellent color photos, mosly of rural Vietnam.

4015.) JORDAN, Sr. KENNETH N.: ->Heroes of Our Time: 239 Men of the Vietnam War Awarded the Medal of
Honor, 1964-1972. HC:Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: Atglen, PA, 1994. 351 pgs., $12 A fine copy. Book lists all the
Medal of Honor awards given during the Vietnam War with a complete account of each citation.

21691.) JORDAN, Sr. KENNETH N.: ->Men of Honor: Thirty-Eight Highly Decorated Marines of World War II, Korea
and Vietnam. HC:Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: Atglen, PA, 1997. 294 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book
contains citations, biographies, newspaper articles, and photographs of those listed in this book.

9619.) JORGENSON, KREGG J.: ->Very Crazy G.I., Strange But True Stories of the Vietnam War. PB:Ballantine
Books: New York, 2001. 2nd Edition 229 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. A collection of short stories of
unusual storires which the author claism to be sure. Portions of this book first appeared in 'Beaucoup Dinky Dau'
published iby Maxwell James.
2846.) JORGENSON, KREGG P.J.: ->Acceptable Loss. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1991. BC Edition 227 pgs., $10
PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1992. 8th Edition 243 pgs., $5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps mass market ed, a very fine
copy. Personal memoir of a LRRP team member who volunteered to serve on a Blue Team in the Air Cavalry which
aided units threatened to be overrun by NVA units. A wraps original.


4798.) JORGENSON, KREGG P.J.: ->MIA Rescue: LRRPs in Cambodia. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1995. BC Edition
281 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Account of an LRRP mission into Cambodia that is ambushed.

7006.) JORGENSON, KREGG: ->The Ghosts of the Highlands: 1st. Cav LRRPs in Vietnam, 1966-67. HC:Ivy Books:
New York, 1999. BC Edition 242 pgs., $10 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 242 pgs., $5 A very fine copy
in a very fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a very fine copy. Book is based on the accounts and recollections of the
men who helped form the lst Air Cavalry Division's Long-Range Reconnaissance Patrol Department.

462.) JOSEPH, PAUL: ->Cracks In the Empire: State Politics in the Vietnam War. PB:South End Press: Boston,
1981. 362 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author contends that U.S. policy makers wanted to stop the
advance of socialist forces in the world arena, hence our intervention in Vietnam occurred.

21302.) JOURNALIST, VOLUME 3, NO. 1, SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM: ->A Conference On Vietnam. PB:University
of Southern California: Los Angeles, CA, 1983. 64 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A reprint of papers
presented at a confernce on the Vietnam War held at the University of Southern California in February of 1983.

465.) JUST, WARD S.: ->To What End: Report From Vietnam. PB:Public Affairs Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition
179 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Just served as correspondent for the Washington Post in Vietnam for 18

466.) KAHIN, GEORGE McTURNAN and JOHN W. LEWIS:->The United States In Vietnam. HC:Dial Press: New York,
1969. Rev. Edition 545 pgs., $2.99 PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1969. 545 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. Wraps a trade ed., a good plus copy.

467.) KAHIN, GEORGE McTURNAN: ->Intervention: How America Became Involved in Vietnam. HC:Alfred A. Knopf:
New York, 1986. 1st Edition 550 pgs., $10 PB:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1987. 550 pgs., $3.95 Ex-library, a v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author traces U.S. involvement in Vietnam back to months after World
War II through events of 1966. By 1967, he argues that U.S. policy was locked into a course that would take it
through eight more years of war.
9565.) KAISER, CHARLES: ->1968 in America; Music, Politics, Chaos, Counterculture, and the Shaping of a
Generation. HC:Weidenfeld & Nicholson: New York, 1988. BC Edition 306 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An
account of the year 1968 largely based on unpulished interviews and access to Theodore White's archives, the
author recaptures the year that was. He was a volunteer for the McCarthy campaign and a freshman at Columbia
during 1968.
8284.) KAISER, DAVID: ->American Tragedy: Kennedy, Johnson, and the Origins of the Vietnam War. HC:Harvard
Univeristy Press: Cambridge, MA, 2000. 2ND Edition 566 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author argues that
the policies developed during the Eisenhower era led to the Vietnam War. He argues that Kennedy reversed this
course, particularly in Laos, but these policies again emerged under Johnson.

5862.) KALB, MARVIN and BERNARD: ->Kissinger. HC:Little Brown: Boston, 1974. BC Edition 577 pgs., $7.5 A

33966.) KALB, MARVIN and DEBORAH: ->Haunting Legacy: Vietnam and the American Legacy. A mint copy in a

5508.) KAMM, HENRY ->Dragon Ascending: Vietnam and the Vietnamese. HC:Arcade Publishing: New York, 1996.
1st Edition 304 pgs., $3.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Author was the Senior Foreign Correspondence for
the New York Times. In this book, he puts the Vietnam War in the context of Vietnamese history.

540.) KANE, ROD: ->Veteran's Day: A Combat Odyssey. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 314 pgs.,
$1.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author was a medic with the First Brigade, Airborne, of the First Cavalry in Vietnam.

25162.) KARLIN, WAYNE: ->War Movies: Journeys to Viet Nam, Scenes and Out-takes. PB:Curbstone Press:
Williamantic, CT, 2005. 1st Edition 216 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. In this book, the author returns to
Vietnam to work on a Vietnamese film in which young Vietnamese film-makers tried to recreate their parents' war.
He then makes a second jouney to the old battlefields with his son and a group of young American film-makers who
are looking for their father's war-as a new war in Iraq rages.
33536.) KARNOW, STANLEY: ->Vietnam: A History. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1983. BC Edition 750 pgs., $1.99
Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has chippingbottom edge of spine.

541.) KARNOW, STANLEY: ->Vietnam: A History. PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1991. REV. Edition 768 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This book was originally published as a companion volume to 'Vietnam: A Television
History,' a 13 part documentary film series produced for PBS in 1983. Book is a revised edition published in 1991.

3231.) KASTENMEIER, ROBERT W.: ->Vietnam Hearings: Voices From the Grass Roots. PB:Doubleday & Co.:
New York, 1966. 1st Edition 159 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Transcript of hearing held by Congressman
Kastenmeier in his home district at Madison, Wisconsin on July 30th and 31st, 1965.

544.) KATCHER, PHILIP: Colour Plates by MIKE CHAPPELL:->Armies of the Vietnam War, 1962-75. PB:Osprey
Publsihing Ltd.: London, 1980. 40 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Title is part of Men-At-Arms Series.

4405.) KATSIAFICAS, Ed. GEORGE: ->Vietnam Documents: American and Vietnamese Views of the War.
PB:M.E.Sharpe: Armonk, NY, 1992. 3RD Edition 251 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book consists of the
words of American presidents and Communist theoreticians, antiwar activists and Vietnamese allies of the United
States.
545.) KATTENBURG, PAUL M.: ->The Vietnam Trauma In American Foreign Policy, 1945-75. HC:Transaction
Books: New Brunswick, N.J., 1980. 354 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author served with the State
Department for 20 years during the Vietnam era and was a constant crtiic of US Vietnam policies.

3846.) KEATING, SUSAN KATZ: ->Prisoners of Hope: Exploiting the POW/MIA Myth In America. HC:Random House:
New York, 1994. 276 pgs., $12 PB:Random House: New York, 1994. 261 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j.
Wraps an Advance Uncorrected Proof copy, a fine copy. The author analyzes why the POW/MIA issue has stayed
alive over the years, exposes con artist who have exploited the grief of families of missing men, and details how the
U.S. government has abetted the continuation of the myth by mishandling the issue.

547.) KEENAN, BARBARA MULLEN: ->Every Effort. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 351 pgs.,
$2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account by wife of an MIA Marine shot down over Laos in 1966 who was declared
killed in action on May 5th, 1976. A very moving account.


33997.) KEITH, THOMAS H.and J. TERRY RIEBLING: ->Seal Warrior, Death In the Dark: Vietnam 1968-1972.
HC:Thomas Dunne Books: New York, 2009. 1ST Edition 292 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author 3 tours in
Vietnam with SEAL TEAM 2, he received 2 Purple hearts, three Bronze Stars with combat V for Valor, 2 Presidential
Unit Citations, and 2 navy Unit Citations among his many awards. He served 29 years to Naval Special Warfare.f

20502.) KELLEY, MICHAEL P.: ->Where We Were In Vietnam: A Comprehensive Guide to the Firebases, Military
Installations, and Naval Vessels of the Vietnam War, 19 PB:Hellgate Press: Central Point, OR, 2002. 1st Edition
814 pgs., $36.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A comprehensive work, providng 48 maps and grid zone overlays,
airfields, heliports, signal ites, engineer camps, U.S. navy ships, order of battle, glossary of terms, and more.

21690.) KELLY, DANIEL E.: ->U. S. Navy Seawolves: The Elite HAL-3 Helicopter Squadron in Vietnam.
PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 269 pgs., $6 Wraps a mass market ed., a fine copy. An account of
the use of choppers by the Navy in the Mekong Delata to back SEAL Teams.

3987.) KELLY, JEFF: ->DMZ Diary: A Combat's Marine's Vietnam Memoir. PB:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC,
1991. 209 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., creasing of tips of some pages, o/w a v/g copy. Memoir of a Marine who
served in the DMZ during 1968 as a radioman.

4797.) KELLY, ORR: ->Never Fight Fair! Inside the Legendry U.S. Navy SEALS-Their Own True Stories. HC:Presidio
Press: Novato, CA, 1995. 1st Edition 337 pgs., $12.5 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 365 pgs., $5.99
A fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. A history of SEAL activities with two chapters devoted
to Vietnam.
548.) KENDRICK, ALEXANDER: ->The Wound Within: America In the Vietnam Years, 1945-1974. HC:Little Brown: ,
1974. 1st Edition 432 pgs., $3.99 PB:Little Brown: Boston, 1974. 432 pgs., $1.99 Owner stamp on enpaper and
bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is account of the politics and
sociology of the war and their relation to American society. One of the better early works in this area.

8345.) KENNAN, GEORGE F.: ->Democracy and the Student Left. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1968. 208 pgs.,
$5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. In this book, Kennan analyzes the nature and source of the students'
discontent, ranging from opposition to the draft, civil rights, suspicion of the Establishment: and finally their distrust
of the democratic process as it now exists.
25750.) KENNEDY, MALCOLM and MICHAEL O'CONNOR:->Australia's Indochina Policy: A Question of Selective
Morality. PB:indochina Report: Singapore, 1986. 20 pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy

31666.) KENNEDY, SENATOR EDWARD M.: ->Report On Indochina. Wraps copy of press release issued by the
office of Senator Kennedy on Report of Indochina and recommendation on a Panel to chart a new beginning in our

20666.) KENNY, HENRY J.: ->Shadow of the Dragon: Vietnam's Continuing Struggle with China and the
Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy. PB:Brassey's Inc.: Dulles, VA, 2002. 1st Edition 175 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. This study examines the long historical cycle of tribute, domination, and independence that has
shaped Sino-Vietnamese bilateral relations.
26050.) KERKVLIET, Eds. BENEDICT J. TRIA and DOUG J. PORTER:->Vietnam's Rural Transformation.
HC:Westview Press: Boulder, CO, 1995. 1st Edition 251 pgs., $15 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy
in a fine d/j. A study to measure the impact of economic liberalization in the countryside in the mid-1980s.

20428.) KERREY, BOB: ->When I Was a Young Man: A Memoir. HC:Harcourt, Inc.: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 270
pgs., $6 A very fine copy in a fine d/j Personal memoir by former Senator Bob Kerrey.

552.) KETWIG, JOHN: ->...And a Hard Rain Fell: A GI's True Story of the War In Vietnam. HC:Sourcesbook, Inc.:
Naperville, IL, 2002. Rev. Edition 380 pgs., $3.95 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1986. 7th Edition 336 pgs., $1.99 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., mint as purchased new. Author's account of his experience in
Vietnam during 1967 experience in Veitnam during 1967 as a GI.

5507.) KEYES, JANE GODFREY: ->A Bibliography of Western-Language Publications Concerning North Vietnam In
the Cornelll University Library. PB:Cornell University Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 1966. 292 pgs., $19.5
Wraps trade ed., small piece msissing back cover, o/w a v/g copy. There are brief annotations on most of the listed
publications.
553.) KEYLIN, ARLEEN and SURI BOIANGIU:->Front Page Vietnam: As Reported by The New York Times. HC:Arno
Press: New York, 1979. 248 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book consists of reprints of articles from the pages of
the New York Times between the years of 1950-1979. Also, there are a number of photos that appeared in the New
York Times during this period.
25364.) KIDDER, TRACY: ->My Detachment: A Memoir. HC:Random House: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 192 pgs.,
$1.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir by Kidder on his experience in Vietnam wherre he was assgned the task of
reporting on enemy radio locations. Kidder was a National Book Award and Pultizer winner.

9218.) KIEN, NGUYEN: ->The Unwanted: A Memoir. HC:Little, Brown: Boston, 2001. 1st Edition 343 pgs., $12 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. A memoir of an Amerasian boy who came to the United States in 1985 through the United

6904.) KIMBALL, JEFFREY: ->Nixon's Vietnam War. HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 1998. 1st Edition
495 pgs., $17.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A historical account of Nixon's directing of the Vietnam War,

22260.) KIMBALL, JEFFREY: ->The Vietnam War Files: Uncovering the Secret History of Nixon-Era Strategy.
HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2003. 1st Edition 384 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book
based on recently declassified documents and taped White House conversations bearing on long-standing
controversies as the 'madman theory' and the 'decent-interval' option.
555.) KIMBALL, WILLIAM R. and ROGER L.: L. HELLE:->Pointman. PB:Pointman Books: Colfax, LA, 1991. 314
pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Account of a Marine who went to Nam, returned after being seriously
wounded. He later returned to Vietnam as part of a Vets With a Mission group after undergoing a religious
conversion. Bulk of the book deals with Helle's experience as a Marine in Vietnam.

3501.) KIMBALL, WILLIAM R.: ->Vietnam: The Other Side of Glory. HC:Daring Books: Canton, OH., 1987. 1st
Edition 336 pgs., $12.5 PB:College Press Publishing Co.: Joplin, MO, 1987. 253 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a mortarman in the lst Air Cavalry Division who served in
Vietnam during the TET offensive. He tells his story and weaves into his account the experiences of 16 different
Nam vets. Upon a medical evacuation from Vietnam, he vowed to serve God if he were kept from returning to
Vietnam. An honest and candid memoir.

27338.) KINGSTON, Ed. MAXIME HONG: ->Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace. PB:Koa Books: Kihea, HI, 2006.
2nd Edition 610 pgs., $18 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author has led over twleve years writing and meditation
workshops ofr veterans and their families. In reading their words, we witness how their worlds have been torn apart
but then rebuilt.
556.) KINNARD, DOUGLAS: ->The Certain Trumpet: Maxwell Taylor and the American Experience In Vietnam..
HC:Brassey's (US), Inc.: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 252 pgs., $3.95 Mint in mint d/j as purchased new.

557.) KINNARD, DOUGLAS: ->The War Managers. HC:University Press of New England: Hanover, N.H., 1977. 1st
Edition 216 pgs., $7.5 PB:Da Capo Press: New York, 1991. 216 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade
ed., a very fine copy. Book is an analysis of the responses of 173 Army Generals who served in Vietnam to a
questionaire developed by the author. The author is a retired Army General who served two tours in Vietnam.

31469.) KIPP, WOODY: ->Viet Cong At Wounded Knee: The Trail of a Blackfeet Activist.. A fine copy in a fine d/j.
Memoir of an Marine Blackfeet Indian who went from the Blackfeet Reservation to Vietnam and this experience
helped him to come to terms with his cultural heritage and his interaction with other cultures.

558.) KIRK, DONALD: ->Tell It To the Dead: Memories of a War. HC:Nelson-Hall: Chicago, 1975. 215 pgs., $6.95
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. Author was a reporter in Vietnam for the Chicago Tribune.



9556.) KIRSCHKE, JAMES J.: ->Not Going Home Alone: A Marine's Story. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001.
BC Edition 250 pgs., $10 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. 2nd Edition 298 pgs., $6 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A
personal memoir of a Marine platoon commanded by the author, a lieutenant. He served just south of the DMZ in
the An Hoa region in 1966.
22201.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->Crisis: The Anatomy of Two Major Foreign Policy Crises. HC:Simon and Schuster:
New York, 2003. 1st Edition 564 pgs., $7.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Kissinger draws upon his unpublished
transcripts of his telephone conversations during the Yom Kippur War and the last days of the Vietnam War to show
what went on behind the scenes and his involvement in these events.

21327.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->Ending the Vietnam War: A History of America's Involvement in and Extrication from
the Vietnam War. PB:Simon and Schuster: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 635 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed.,
remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy. Book is primarily taken from his previous books though the cove blurb
states it contains new and updated material. I have not read the book in depth but he does not address Berman's
criticism nor make a reference to Senator Kerry's Committee on POW issues, particularly in respect to Laos. He only
addresses Shawcross's criticism.

24939.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->White House Years. HC:Litlte Brown & Co.: Boston, 1979. 1st Edition 1521 pgs., $10
A fine copy in a fine d/j.



A fine copy in a fine d/j.

34325.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->Years of Renewal. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1999. 1ST Edition 1151 pgs.,
$5.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. In this concluding volume of his memoirs, Dr. Kissinger details the agony
of the final U.s. extrication from Vietnam and the continuing crisis of the Cold War.

7339.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->Years of Renewal. PB:Simon and Schuster: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 1151 pgs.,
$2.95 Wraps trade ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy. In this concluding volume of his memoirs, Dr.
Kissinger details the agony of the final U.S. extrication from Vietnam and the continuing crisis of the Cold War.

2524.) KISSINGER, HENRY: ->Years of Upheaval. HC:Little Brown & Co.: Boston, 1982. 1st Edition 1283 pgs., $10
Name on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j..

3988.) KITCHIN, DENNIS: ->War In Aquarius: Memoir of an American Infantryman in Action Along the Cambodian
Border During the Vietnam War. PB:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC, 1994. 1st Edition 206 pgs., $6 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Author served with 25th Infantry Division during the year 1969. He tells of the disillusionment that
set in, including the court-martialing of four men in an isolated Vietnamese village along the Cambodian border as
the 'Vietnamization' program was in progress.
5864.) KITFIELD, JAMES: ->Prodigal Soldiers: How the Generation of Officers Born of Vietnam Revolutionized the
American Style of War. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 476 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g
plus d/j. The author chronicles the remarkable revitalization of the military by following the lives of a unique
generation of officers, the senior commanders who let the nation to victory in Desert Storm.


3939.) KLARE, MICHAEL T.: ->Beyond the 'Vietnam Syndrome:' U.S. Interventionism in the 1980s. PB:Institute for
Policy Studies: Washington, DC, 1982. 2nd Edition 137 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author argues that the
Reagan Administration answer to the Vietnam Syndrome is a replay of the Cold War of John Foster Dulles.

560.) KNIGHTLEY, PHILIP: ->The First Casuality: From the Crimea to Vietnam: The War Correspondent as Hero,
Propagandist and Myt# Maker. HC:Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York, 1975. BC Edition 465 pgs., $6 Light
speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

561.) KNOEBL, KUNO: ->Victor Charlie: The Face of War in Vietnam. HC:Frederick A. Praeger: New York, 1967. 1st
Edition 304 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The author was an Australian correspondent who had access
to Viet Cong units and to the villages that they controlled. Title was originally published in Germany in 1966. Book
has an introduction by Bernard Fall.
562.) KNOLL, ERWIN and JUDITH NIES McFADDEN:->War Crimes and the American Conscience. PB:Holt
Rinehart and Winston: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 208 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book is an edited
transcript of the Congressional Conference on War and National Responsibility convened in 1970 by congressional
critics of the Vietnam War.
28939.) KOBELEV, YEVGENY: ->Ho Chi Minh. A fine copy in a fine d/j.

563.) KOLKO, GABRIEL: ->Anatomy of a War: Vietnam, the United States, and the Modern Historical Experience.
PB:New Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 674 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book focuses on the
dramatic and political changes which fueled the Vietnamese revolution. It was printed in England under the title
'Vietnam: Anatomy of a War, 1940-1975.'
9575.) KONING, HANS: ->Nineteen Sixty-Eight: A Personal Report. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 194 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. In account of the year of 1968 by a noted novelist who was

564.) KOVIC, RON: ->Born On the Fourth of July. PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1977. 7th Edition 224 pgs., $6
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a Marine who was wounded and paralyzed permanently from
his waist down in Vietnam. He came from a working class background and believed in God, John Wayne and his
country. After coming home, he protested the war and this account vividly protrays the debate over the war within
the country.
565.) KOWET, DON: ->A Matter of Honor: General William C. Westmoreland Versus CBS. HC:Macmillian Publiishing
Co.: New York, 1984. 2nd Edition 317 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

566.) KRASLOW, DAVID and STUART H. LOORY:->The Secret Search For Peace In Vietnam. HC:Random House:
New York, 1968. 1st Edition 247 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.

567.) KRAUSE, Ed. PATRICIA A.: Foreward by ERNEST GRUENING:->Anatomy of An Undeclared War:
Congressional Conference On the Pentagon Papers HC:International Universities Press: , 1972. 271 pgs., $9.95 A

27772.) KREKORIAN, ED: ->Vietnam: A Surgeon's Odyssey. PB:Athena Press: London, 2002. 732 pgs., $15 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Author served in both World War II and Korea, then went on to Vietnam in 1970 as a surgeon.

3321.) KROHN, CHARLES A.: ->The Lost Battalion: Controversy and Casualties in the Battle of Hue. Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Account of 2/12th Cavalry Battalion during the battle of Hue where it has been ordered to charge a
fortified North Vietnamese Army force 200 yards away over an open field with no air or artillery support. Author was
a member of this unit.
3710.) KUBEY, CRAIG, et al, and VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA:->The Viet Vet Survival Guide: How to Cut
Through the Bureaucracy and Get What You Need--And Are Entitled To. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1985. 1st
Edition 323 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. A guide to veterans benefits written specifically for
Vietnam vets. Book filled a real need as up to the time of the book's writing, attention had not been given to the
special needs of Vietnam veterans.
3359.) KUENNING, DELORES A.: ->Life After Vietnam: How Veterans and Their Loved Ones Can Heal the
Psychological Wounds of War. HC:Paragon House: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 389 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. A guide to help veterans and their families to work through the scars of the Vietnam War.

7892.) KUGLER, ED: ->Dead Center: A Marine Sniper's Two-Year Odyssey in the Vietnam War. HC:Ivy Books: New
York, 1999. BC Edition 241 pgs., $5.95 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Personal memoir of of marine who did a
1966-67 tour with the Fourth Marines in I Corps.

4061.) KUKLER, MIKE: ->Operation Baroom. PB:PTC Publishers: Gastonia, NC, 1980. 153 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
trade ed., name and address of previous owner on inside front cover, o/w a copy. Book conists of essays by author
with observations of his experiences told with an ironic twist at times. Tells of an effort to parachute elephants to the
Montagnards. Author was the Chief Information Non-Commissioned Officer for USMACV.


571.) KUNEN, JAMES SIMON: ->The Strawberry Statement: Notes of a College Revolutionary. HC:Random House:
New York, 1969. BC Edition 155 pgs., $5.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book described by one reviewer as
being a new left Charlie Brown. Author was a 19 year old student at Columbia when he wrote the book.

28411.) KWON, HEONIK: ->After the Massacre: Commembration and Consolation in Ha My and My Lai.
PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, 2006. 1ST Edition 217 pgs., $18.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An
anthropological study of how the Vietnamese villagers in Ha Myand My Lai assimilated the catastrophes of these
two villages into their everyday ritual lives. Ha My was a village where Korean troops massacred villagers.

20051.) KY, NGUYEN CAO with MARVIN J. WOLF:->Buddha's Child: My Fight to Save Vietnam. HC:St. Martin's
Press: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 376 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Ky reveals his views on what went on
behind the scenes at the highest levels of the Saigon and Washington governments: the coup d'etat, the greed and
corruption of his fellow generals, and the betrayals.
573.) KY, NGUYEN CAO: ->Twenty Years and Twenty Days. HC:Stein and Day: Briancliff Manon, N.Y., 1976. 1st
Edition 239 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. What you think about this book depends on what you think about

575.) LACOUTURE, JEAN: ->Ho Chi Minh: A Political Biography. HC:Random House: New York, 1968. 1st Edition
313 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a French correspondent for the French daily Le Monde.

576.) LACOUTURE, JEAN: ->Vietnam: Between Two Truces. HC:Random House: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 295
pgs., $7.5 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1966. 295 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a

20456.) LAMB, DAVID: ->Vietnam, Now: A Reporter Returns. HC:Public Affairs: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 274
pgs., $6 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. mint copy in a mint d/j. Author served in Vietnam as a young combat
journalist , then returned to Vietnam during the 90s as a seasoned reported and this book is more of his observation
of the changes in Vietnam during his stay there.
579.) LAMB, HELEN B.: ->Vietnam's Will To Live: Resistance To Foreign Agression From Early Times Through the
19th Century. HC:Monthly Review Press: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 344 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Another copy, ex-library, $6.00, spine faded, o/w a v/g copy. A historical account of the resistance shown by the
Indochinese peoples to foreign agression and French colonialism.

29990.) LAMENSDORF, JEAN DEBELLE: ->Write Home For Me: A Red Cross Woman in Vietnam. PB:Random
House Australia: Milson Point, NSW, 2006. 1ST Edition 302 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Memoir of
an Australian nurse who served in Vietnam.

23613.) LANDAU, DAVID: ->Kissinger: The Uses of Power. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1972. 5th Edition 270
pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author is former editor of the Harvard Crimson and with his contacts at
Harvard, he conducted numerous interviews with perosn who knew Kissinger at Harvard and those involed in the
diplomacy of the Vietnam War. In his preface, he acknowledges Daniel Ellsberg encouraged him in this study.

24987.) LANDERS, JAMES: ->The Weekly War: Newsmagazine and Vietnam. HC:University of Missouri Press:
Columbia, MO, 2005. 1st Edition 298 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author provides an in-depth
investigation of how the three major newsmagazines-Newsweek, Time, and U.S. News and World Report covered the
Vietnam War from March 1965 to January 1973. At the time, these newsmagazines reached nearly one-third of
adult Americans-second only to newwork television.
3141.) LANE, MARK: ->Conversatons With Americans. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 247 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Alleged testimony from 32 Vietnam veterans on their being trained in torture tactics
and their accounts of atrocities and massacres they either witnessed or participated in.




580.) LANE, THOMAS A.: ->America On Trial: The War For Vietnam. HC:Arlington House: New Rochelle, N.Y.,
1971. 2nd Edition 297 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The author was an Army general and in this book, he is
highly critical of how the civilian and military have dealt with the Vietnam War, calling their approach as a no-win
policy.
582.) LANG, DANIEL: ->Casualities of War. PB:McGraw-Hill Book Co.: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 123 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Another copy, British edition tiotled Incident On Hill 192, mass market size ed., $6.00,
a v/g copy. Account of a 5 man patrol that raped a South Vietnamese girl with one member objecting. The next
day the sergeant leading the patrol risked his life saving a member of the patrol and he is nominated for a Bronze
Star. Material of this book originally appeared in the New Yorker.
4497.) LANG, DANIEL: ->Patriotism Without Flags. HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 209 pgs.,
$12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The chapters in this book first appeared in the New Yorker, the first being the trial of Dr.
Spock. Subsequent chapters include deserters in Sweden, a probing interview with a young Marine back from the
war, why we did not use the Atomic Bomb based on talks with government and military officials and a soldier who
had gone AWOL.

583.) LANNING, MICHAEL LEE and DAN CRAGG:->Inside the VC and the NVA: The Real Story of North Vietnam's
Armed Forces. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 332 pgs., $4.95 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1994. 1st
Edition 392 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed, a v/g copy. The authors attempt to
show why the communist Vietnamese were able to outlast America's ten year effort in Southeast Asia. Both are
Vietnam veterans and they have drawn upon personal diaries, letters and interviews to document their effort.

584.) LANNING, MICHAEL LEE and RAY: WILLIAM STUBBE:->Inside Force Recon: Recon Marines In Vietnam.
PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1990. 3rd Edition 289 pgs., $4.95 Wraps, a v/g copy.

585.) LANNING, MICHAEL LEE: ->Inside the LRRPS: Rangers In Vietnam. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1990. 6th
Edition 246 pgs., $6 Wraps original, a fine copy.

6767.) LANNING, MICHAEL: ->Inside the Crosshairs: Snipers In Vietnam. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1998. 2nd
Edition 278 pgs., $6.99 Wraps mass market, a mint copy. Book based on interviews with men who were snipers, their
instructors, and the founders of the Marine and U.S. Army sniper programs.

588.) LANSDALE, EDWARD GEARY: ->In the Midst of Wars: An American's Mission To Southeast Asia.
PB:Fordham University Press: New York, 1991. REP Edition 386 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Lansdale's account of his missions to the Philippines and Vietnam with two thirds of the book dealing with Vietnam.
Account reflects his personality and can do approach.
589.) LARSEN, WENDY WILDER and TRAN THI NGA:->Shallow Graves: Two Women and Vietnam. HC:Random
House: New York, 1986. 2nd Edition 291 pgs., $4.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j with photo of authors laid in. Wendy
Larsen was a wife of a news reporter in Vietnam who went with her husband and met Nga, an employee at the news
bureau office. She later fled Vietnam in 1975, meeting Wendy in the United States.

7719.) LARSON, DON R. and ARTHUR: ->Vietnam and Beyond: A New American Foreign Policy and Program.
PB:Rule of Law Research Center: Durham, NC, 1965. 42 pgs., $5 Ex-library, a v/g copy..

590.) LARTEGUY, JEAN: ->Un Million de Dollars Le Viet. HC:Raoul Solar: Paris, 1965. 317 pgs., $25 A v/g copy

29272.) LAWRENCE, Eds. MARK ATWOOD and FREDRIK LOGEVALL: ->The First Vietnam War: Colonial Conflict
and Cold War Crisis. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent set of essays that rexamines the First Vietnam War
and how this war played out into a major Cold War struggle after the United States became involved following the
signing of the 1954 Geneva Accords.
25135.) LAWRENCE, MARK ATWOOD: ->Assuming the Burden: Europe and the American Commitment to War in
Vietnam. HC:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 2005. 1st Edition 358 pgs., $28.5 A mint copy in a mint
d/j. Author draws on the archives of France, Great Britain and the United States to argue that the U.S. decision to
intervene in Vietnam can be understood only as the result of complex transatlantic deliberations about colonialism
in Southeast Asia in the years between 1944 and 1950.
31381.) LAWRENCE, MARK ATWOOD: ->The Vietnam War: A Concise International History. HC:Oxford University
Press: New York, 2008. 3rd Edition 214 pgs., $17 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author provides a concise account of
the Second Indochina War in a global context.

591.) LAWSON, DON: ->The United States in the Vietnam War. HC:Thomas Y. Crowell: New York, 1981. 149 pgs.,
$2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Library binding. Book is part of the Young People's History of America's

595.) LE DUAN, ->The Vietnamese Revoluton: Fundamental Problems and Essential Tasks. PB:International
Publishers: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 151 pgs., $10 Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Report given by Le Duan on the
40th anniversary of the establishment of the Indochinese Communist Party. First published in Hanoi in 1970 by
Foreign Language Publishing House.
32855.) LE DUAN, ->On the Socialist Revoltuion In Viet Name, Volume 3. Wraps trade ed., heavy wear of spine,
o/w a good plus copy.

596.) LE DUAN: ->On the Socialist Revolution In Viet Nam, Volume I. PB:Foreign Language Publishing House:
Hanoi, 1965. 110 pgs., $1.95 Wraps trade editions, a goodonly copy as heavy wear of spine.

22051.) LE FAILLER, PHILIPPE: ->Thuoc Phien Va. Chinh Quyen Thuoc Dia O Chau A: Tu doc quyen den cam
doan, 1897-1940. HC:Centre de l'Ecole Francaise au Vietnam: Hanoi, 2000. 310 pgs., $25 A mint copy.

5428.) LeBOUTILLIER, JOHN ->Vietnam Now: A Case for Normalizing Relations with Hanoi. HC:Praeger: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 111 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book contains an introduction by former President

523.) LEDERER, WILLIAM J.: ->Our Own Worst Enemy. HC:W. W. Norton: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 287 pgs., $7.5
Inscription on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author of this title was the co-author of book 'The Ugly


7898.) LEDERER, WILLIAM: ->The Anguished American. HC:Victor Gollancz: London, 1969. 254 pgs., $7.5 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. his is the Ebnglish edition of the the book Our Own Worst Enemy by Lederer.

4360.) LEE, ALEX: ->Force Recon Command: A Special Marine Unit in Vietnam, 1969-1970. PB:Ivy Books: New
York, 1996. 292 pgs., $5.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Author gives an account of the Third Force
Reconnaissance Company which he commanded in Vietnam. This company conducted long range patrols deep in
Northern Corps I to gather intelligence about the North Vietnamese Army.

8007.) LEE, ALEX: ->Utter's Batalion: 2/7 Marines in Vietnam, 1965-66. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition
355 pgs., $6.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Account of the 2nd battalion, 7th regiment assignment to Chu

7324.) LEEPSON, Ed. MARC with HELEN HANNAFORD: ->Webster's New World Dictionary of the Vietnam War.
PB:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1999. 598 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed, small remainder dot on bottom edge, o/w a
mint copy. This work is based on the licensed content from Kutler's 'Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War.' Contains
over 1,500 entries. Appendices include chronology, U.S., ARVN, PAVN and PLAF Orders of Battle, Gulf of Tonkin
Resolution, Paris Peace Accords, Medal of Honor recipients and a bibliographic guide.


23595.) LEHRACK, OTTO J.: ->The First Battle: Operation Starlite and the Beginning of the Blood Debt in Vietnam.
HC:Caasemate: Havertown, PA, 2004. 1st Edition 212 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of the of
the first major clash of the Vietnam War where three Marine battalions took on the lst Viet Cong regiment on the
Van Tuong Peninsula near the Marine base of Chu Lai.
33230.) LEMBCKE, JERRY: ->Hanoi Jane: War, Sex and Fantasies of Betrayal. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Author provides good historical perspective on stories of female betrayal during wartime and argues that Fonda's
demonization played an important part in a right-wing campaign to attribbute American defeat in Vietnam to left-
wing scapegoats..
6702.) LEMBCKE, JERRY: ->The Spitting Image: Myth, Memory, and the Legacy of Vietnam. PB:New York
University Press: New York, 1998. 2nd Edition 217 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author argues that the
dominant cultural images of Vietnam veterans as reviled, spat -upon outcasts and mentally ill survivors of trauma
have little basis in reality. He adds that tens of thousands of Vietnam veterans took actions to end the war Author is
a Vietnam veteran.
525.) LENS, SIDENY: ->Vietnam: A War On Two Fronts. HC:Lodestar Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 115 pgs.,
$1.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. A Junior High book on the war written by an anti-war activist.

3095.) LEPPELMAN, JOHN: ->Blood On the Risers: An Airborne Soldier's Thirty-five Months in Vietnam. HC:Ivy
Books: New York, 1991. BC Edition 338 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir by author who served
as a paratrroper in the 173d Airborne, then transferred to the army's riverboats and then to the Rangers. A wraps
original.
33229.) LEPRE, GEORGE: ->Fragging: Why U.S. Soldiers Assaulted Their Officers In Vietnam. HC:Texas Tech
University: Lubbock, TX, 2011. 1st Edition 318 pgs., $27.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author draws upon more than
500 cases from official records on the issue of fragging in additoin to interviews with both perpetrators and victims of
fragging.
4017.) LESLIE, JACQUES: ->The Mark: A War Correspondent's Memoir of Vietnam and Cambodia. HC:Four Walls
Eight Windows: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 305 pgs., $15 Review copy with review laid in, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Another copy, $12.00, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a young reporter for the Los Angeles Times who began
covering the Vietnam War in 1972. He covered the fall of Phnom Phenh in 1975.

8117.) LEVENSTEIN, AARON: ->Escape to Freedom: the Story of the International Rescue Committee.
PB:Greenwood Press: Westport, CT, 1983. 1st Edition 338 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book contians two
chapters on the role played by the International Rescue Committee in Indochina, after World War II and the fall of
Saigon.
527.) LEVINSON, JEFFREY L.: ->Alpha Strike Vietnam: The Navy's Air War -1964 to 1973. HC:Presidio Press:
Novato, CA., 1989. 1st Edition 312 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is based on interviews with 22 naval
aviators who carried out strike operations from carriers on Yankee and Dixie Stations.

4801.) LEVY, CHARLES J.: ->Spoils of War. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1974. 1st Edition 172 pgs., $7.5 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book deals with the connection of some Vietnam veterans feeling that having lost in Vietnam,
they are now losing at home. Author is a sociologist.

5072.) LEVY, DAVID W.: ->The Debate Over Vietnam. PB:John Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD, 1991. 1st
Edition 217 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy, An excellent concise history of the national debate over the
propriety, the necessity, and the morality of the U.S. involvement in Vietnam.

2539.) LEWALLEN, JOHN: ->Ecology of Devastation: Indochina PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1971. 1st Edition
179 pgs., $7.5 Wraps mass market size ed., a v/g plus copy. Author served in Vietnam with IVS from 1967 to 1969.

528.) LEWY, GUENTER: ->America In Vietnam. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1978. 540 pgs., $3.95
PB:Oxford University Press: New York, 1980. 540 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy.. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is one of
the first books to look back in depth on the Vietnam War in in retrospect,.

6699.) LIBRARY OF AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Reporting Vietnam Part One: American Journalism 1959-1969.
HC:Library of America: New York, 1998. 2nd Edition 858 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An excellent selection
of reporting on the Vietnam War from original newspaper and magazine reports and contemporary books. There are
eighty writers represented covering the war at home and abroad, writing on topics ranging from guerilla warfare,
close combat, South Vietnamese politics, and protests and impact of the war on the home front. Included is a
complete chronology of the war, maps, profiles of the journalists, glossary, notes, and 32 pages of photographs of the
correspondents. Work is in two parts.




6718.) LIBRARY OF AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Reporting Vietnam Part Two: American Journalism 1969-1975.
HC:Library of America: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 857 pgs., $25 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. An excellent
selection of reporting on the Vietnam War from original newspaper and magazine reports and contemporary books.
There are eighty writers represented covering the war at home and abroad, writing on topics ranging from guerilla
warfare, close combat, South Vietnamese politics, and protests and impact of the war on the home front. Included is
a complete chronology of the war, maps, profiles of the journalists, glossary, notes, and 32 pages of photographs of
the correspondents. Work is in two parts.

8494.) LIBRARY OF AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Reporting Vietnam: American Journalism 1959-1975. PB:Library
of America: New York, 1998. 853 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., remainder spot bottom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy.
This volume is drawn from Reporting Vietanm, a two-volume set published in 1998. This edition has an
introduction by Ward Just.
537.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, APRIL 5TH: ->A 'Verdun' Stand In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1954. 0
pgs., $6 Three pages, commentary very interesting.

597.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, AUGUST 2: ->The Face of Defeat and the Face of Victory. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1954. 0 pgs., $6 Six page article, shows French POW's.

598.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, AUGUST 9TH: ->Mop-Up at Dienbienphu. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1954. 0
pgs., $5 A photo of Dienbienphu.
600.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, JANUARY 11TH: ->French Clean Up After Indochina Fight. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1954. 0 pgs., $5 A favorable two page article on the progress the French were making in the First

601.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, JULY 12TH: ->Bugout In the Delta Amid Deep Emotion. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1954. 0 pgs., $6 Four page article.

602.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, JULY 19TH: ->The Shadowy Vietminh Foe In the Flesh. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1954. 0 pgs., $6 A two page article with a photo of General Van Tien Dung heading up the Vietminh Truce

603.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1954, MARCH 29TH: ->Indochina Siege In a Saucer. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1954. 0 pgs., $5 Two pages of pictures with 2 paragraph article on situation which shows instant analysis was a

604.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1955, APRIL 18TH: ->Feudal Fracas In Vietnam: Sects With Private Armies Rebel To Keep
Their Old Privileges. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1955. 0 pgs., $6 A two page article with photos of Diem &
his brothers, Gen. Ba Cut, Pham Cong Tac, Gen. Phuong & Gen. Le Van Vien.

605.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1955, MAY 16TH: ->The Night Bao Dai's General Tried To Take Over In Vietnam. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1955. 0 pgs., $6 f Three pages and Life editorial supporting Diem. One photo shows

606.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1955, MAY 9TH: ->Civil War, The View of Those Caught In It. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1955. 0 pgs., $6 Eight pages showing Diem's battle with the sects.

25101.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1959, DECEMBER 9th: ->Authors of Ugly American Find Some Not So Ugly. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1959. 9 pgs., $3 A 9 page article that depicts instances where Americans are not all ugly
abroad which authors Lederer and Burdick concede in article.

25102.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1961, NOVEMBER 10TH: ->Communism: How We Can Fight Back. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1961. 13 pgs., $2.5 A 13 page article with Khrushchev on front cover. Article reflects temper of times
that led to our going into Vietnam.

608.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1961, OCTOBER 27: ->Vietnam: Our Next Showdown. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1961. 0 pgs., $5 A 17 page photographic report.

611.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1963, NOVEMBER 15: ->Vietnam: The Coup In Pictures. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1963. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, a 10 page article.

612.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1963, OCTOBER 11TH: ->Vietnam Climax: McNamara's Mission: Madame Nhu On the Road.
PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1963. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue with Madame Nhu and her daughter on the cover,

6133.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1964, AUGUST 14TH: ->U.S. Strikes Back at North Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1964. 0 pgs., $3 A 1-page article that is drawn from the files of Navy intelligence to justify response to attack
on the Maddox. Cover has photo of President Johnson.

613.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1964, AUGUST 21: ->Vietnam: Build Up On the Border. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1964. 0 pgs., $5 Cover isssue featuring General Khanh, a 6 page article.

614.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1964, DECEMBER 11: ->Exploding Power of the Buddhists. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1964. 0 pgs., $5 An 8 page article.

615.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1964, JUNE 12: ->Ugly War In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1964. 0 pgs., $5
Cover issue, a ten page article.
617.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1964, NOVEMBER 27: ->Alert In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1964. 0 pgs.,
$5 Cover issue, a 19 page article.

619.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, APRIL 30TH: ->The Vietcong Under Pressure. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965.
0 pgs., $2.5 A 2 page article written by French journalist Georges Chaffard and it is excerpted from a four-part series
in the French weekly L'Express. It is an assessment from behind the lines with NFL.

7743.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, AUGUST 20: ->Doubling Up the Draft. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965. 0
pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Cover issue, a 9 page article.

620.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, AUGUST 6TH: ->The Fleet Lashes Out. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue, a ten page article.

6131.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, DECEMBER 10TH: ->A U.S. Family Faces Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1965. 0 pgs., $5 A 16-page article.

622.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, FEBRUARY 19TH: ->Critical Turn In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965.
0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. A 6 page article on attack at Pleiku.

623.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, FEBRUARY 26: ->Vietnam: Blows, Counter Blows, Tense Waits. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1965. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue depicting a North Vietnam stamp showing the machine-gunning of a U.S.

624.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, JULY 23: ->Vietnam: Five Minutes To Darkness. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1965. 0 pgs., $5 An eight page article that contains an interview with Ky.

628.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, OCTOBER 22: ->Mary Martin In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue showing Mary Martin entertaining GI's and a 6 page article on operation Iron Triangle.

648.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, OCTOBER 29TH: ->The Vietnam Protests. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1965. 0
pgs., $3 A 3 page article.

25109.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1965, OCTOBER 8TH: ->End of a Brother's Search Among the Vietcong. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1965. 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. A 7 page article of Don Dawson's search for his brother who
went down in a U.S. Army L-19. In his search, he himself became a prisoner.

650.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, APRIL 22ND: ->Vietnam-Crippling Buddhist Revolt. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1966. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, a 10 page article.
25105.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, AUGUST 12TH: ->The Widening Credibility Gap. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1966. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A 12 page article on doubts on the war in Massillon, Ohio.

8388.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, AUGUST 5TH: ->Little Boy who Plays Vietcong. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1966. 0 pgs., $3 An army trainer uses his son in training men to serve in Vietnam. A 4 page article.

25112.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, DECEMBER 9TH: ->Ducking the Draft-Who and How. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1966. 0 pgs., $3 A v/g copy. A 4page article.

653.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, FEBRUARY 11TH: ->The War Goes On. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1966. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue, a ten page article showing operation of First Cavalry Division.

8480.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, JANUARY 14TH: ->Peace Drive Aimed at These Two Men. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1966. 0 pgs., $6 Cover issue with a photo of Giap and Ho Chi Minh on the cover.

655.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, JUNE 3RD: ->Danang's Revolt Is Shot Down. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1966.
0 pgs., $5 An eight page article. Also, a review of the movie Lost Command, i.e the movie made from Larteguy's

25108.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, MARCH 25TH: ->A Saigon Lesson By Firing Squad. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1966. 1 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy.

One page article showing a Chinese being shot by Ky's government for black market activities.

656.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, MARCH 4TH: ->Hail to 'Green Berets.' PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1966. 0 pgs.,
$5 A 4 page article on Barry Sadler.

658.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, NOVEMBER 11TH: ->Westmoreland of Vietnam. A 9 page article on
Westmoreland. Also several pages showing Johnson's trip to other countries in Asia after his trip to Vietnam.

659.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, NOVEMBER 4TH: ->The President's Trip. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1966. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue with President JOhnson on the front., a 13 page article.

25107.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, OCTOBER 14TH: ->Vietcong Mortar Shell Inisde a Living Soldier. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1966. 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy. A 2 page article.

660.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, OCTOBER 28TH: ->Invasion DMZ Runs Into the Marines. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1966. 0 pgs., $5 Cover story, a 10 page article.

661.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, SEPTEMBER 23RD ->Defying the Vietcong-By Ballot. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1966. 0 pgs., $5 An 8 page article.

25106.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1966, SEPTEMBER 9TH: ->The Air War. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1966. 0 pgs.,
$5 A v/g copy. A 15 page article written by Tom Flaherty with excellent color photos of damage inflicted taken by
662.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, APRIL 7TH: ->North Vietnam Under Siege. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue, 6 page article, photos of North Vietnam by Lee Lockwood.

663.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, AUGUST 25TH: ->To Keep a Village Free. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue, a six page article of a Marine civic action team.

25115.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, DECEMBER 1ST: ->The Most Happy Fella in the White House. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. An 8 page article on Walt Rostow.



664.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, DECEMBER 8TH: ->The McNamara Story. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0
pgs., $5 A 6 page article by Life on McNamara as he takes the position as President of the World Bank. Illustrates
how Life was used by Johnson to cover up real divisions over Vietnam which McNamara also went along with.

666.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, JANUARY 13TH: ->The Delta: Fertile Swamp of Suspicion. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1967. 0 pgs., $5 Cover story, a 10 page article.

667.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, JANUARY 27TH: ->A Monstrous War. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0 pgs.,
$5 A 10 page article by Robert Sherrod.

668.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, JULY 21ST: ->Secret Struggle To Free Gus Hertz >From the Vietcong. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, an eight page article.

669.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, JUNE 2ND: ->Vietnam: Tough, Coming Along. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967.
0 pgs., $5 A 11 page article.

671.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, MARCH 10: ->Battle Jump: New Tactics Step Up the War. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1967. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, 8 page article by Don Moser, photographs by Co Rentmeester.

672.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, MAY 26TH: ->Big Lew Walt. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1967. 0 pgs., $5 Cover
story on Marine General Lew Walt.

674.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, OCTOBER 20TH: ->U.S. Prisoners In North Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1967. 0 pgs., $6 Cover issue with photo of a P.O.W. on front, a 16 page article.

675.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, OCTOBER 27TH: ->Inside the Cone of Fire At Con Thien. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1967. 0 pgs., $6 Cover issue, 18 pp., photographs by David Douglas Duncan.
676.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1967, SEPTEMBER 15TH ->'Di Bau' Day In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1967. 0 pgs., $5 An eight page article on the election in Vietnam.

678.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, APRIL 12: ->Johnson's Bold Decision. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs.,
$5 A 19 age article. Cover has has picture of Martin Luther King.

679.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, APRIL 19: ->The Quest For Peace. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs., $4
A six page article with a focus on Averill Harriman.

8174.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, AUGUST 23: ->The Law and Order Issue. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0
pgs., $5 A 7 page article on prepaaarations being made for the Democratic convention in Chicago.

680.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, FEBRUARY 16: ->A Remarkable Day In Hue: The Enemy Lets Me Take His Picture.
PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, 8 pp., photos taken by Catherine Leroy.

682.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, FEBRUARY 9: ->Suicide Raid On the Embassy. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1968. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, 8 pp., including photos of Khe Sanh.

683.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, JANUARY 12TH: ->Vietcong Terrorists. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs.,
$4 An 11 page article by Don Moser on an elite unit of terrorists known as F-100.

684.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, JANUARY 26TH: ->Up Front With Your Congressman. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1968. 0 pgs., $5 Photos of congressmen visiting Vietnam.

685.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, JULY 5TH: ->The Presidency PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs., $5 A 22
page special issue focusing on President Johnson in the context of the Presidency.

23603.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, JUNE 7TH: ->The Primary Players. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0 pgs.,
$4 An account of the Oregon primary where Eugene McCarthy defeated Bobby Kennedy.

686.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, MARCH 22: ->Behind the Peace Feelers. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0
pgs., $5 Cover issue with photo of Ho Chi Minh, a 28 page article.
7741.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, MAY 3: ->In a Divided Saigon, a Fear of Peace. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1968. 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. A three page article.

25117.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, NOVEMBER 15TH: ->The Bomb Halt Decison. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1968. 0 pgs., $4 Magazine has light water staining, o/w a v/g copy. A 15 page photographic record of 23 historic
days in the White House that led to the cessation of bombing of North Vietnam. Also, a 4 page article of an outpost
along the DMZ.
690.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, NOVEMBER 8TH: ->As the Bombing Stops: This Girl Tron. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1968. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue, a 10 page article.

691.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1968, OCTOBER 25: ->The Vote From Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1968. 0
pgs., $5 A 9 page article.

25111.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1969, APRIL 25TH: ->General Creighton Abrams: One Day They Will Go It Alone.
PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1969. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A 5 page article on Abrams.

3757.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1969, MAY 23: ->Dilemma of Military Dissent. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1969. 0
pgs., $5 A 10 page article on dissent in the military over the Vietnam War.

693.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1969, NOVEMBER 14: ->Colonel Robert Rheault, Ex-Green Beret. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1969. 0 pgs., $5 Cover issue dealing with case of 8 Special Forces men being accused of murdering a

695.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1969, OCTOBER 24: ->The Day of Dissent. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1969. 0 pgs.,
$5 . A 11 page article on Vietnam Moratorium Day.

696.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1969, SEPTEMBER 19: ->Vietnam: A Degree of Disillusion. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1969. 0 pgs., $5 A 10 page article with photos by Larry Burrows.

25122.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1970, DECEMBER 18TH: ->Photo At Khe Sanh by Douglas Duncan. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1970. 0 pgs., $2 Wraps, a v/g copy. Famous photo taken by Duncan at Khe Sanh as dead
bodies are being loaded on a helicopter. Photo is an epilogue to his book War Without Heroes. Photo is spread
over 2 pages of Life.
697.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1970, DECEMBER 4: ->Memories of Divided Families. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1970. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A 6 page article on the families of POW's and a short account of the Sontay raid.

25120.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1970, MAY 15TH: ->Tragedy At Kent and (2) Cambodia and Dissent: The Crisis of
Presidential Leadership. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1970. 0 pgs., $4 Cover issue, a v/g copy. Two articles

538.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1970, MAY 22ND: ->Clark Cliford On Vietnam: Set a Date and Get Out & 2. Our Forgotton
Wounded. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1970. 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Cover issue, a total of 15 pages devoted

25110.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, APRIL 16TH: ->A Veteran Comes Home-to Limbo. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A 9 page article of Vietnam veteran Mike ball returning home to Midland, Michigan.

25124.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, APRIL 23RD: ->The Case That Will Not Go Quietly Away. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE:
New York, 1971. 0 pgs., $4 Wraps a v/g copy. A 5 page aricle in the on Lieutenant Calley after Preisdent Nixon's

700.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, FEBRUARY 26: ->Larry Burrows' Vietnam: A Great Photographer's Portfolio. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1971. 0 pgs., $6 A v.g copy.o A 12 page portfolio of Larry Burrow's photographs.
701.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, JANUARY 29TH: ->War Wounded Children of Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New
York, 1971. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. An eleven page article.

702.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, JULY 9TH: ->Confessions of 'The Winter Soldiers.' PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. A 6 page article.

25125.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, JUNE 25TH: ->Did This General Kill Civilians? PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $3 Wraps a v/g copy. A 2 page aricle on General John W. Donaldson accused of killing 6 Vietnamese

703.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, MARCH 12: ->Tough Going In Laos. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1971. 0 pgs.,
$5 A v/g copy. Cover issue, a twelve page article.

704.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, MARCH 26: ->The Crossroads At Tchepone. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1971. 0
pgs., $5 A 3 page article with excellent aerial shot showing where Route 9 meets a branch of the Ho Chi Minh trail.
A must for a classroom teaching aid.

5307.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, MAY 21: ->How the U.S. Muffed a Chance to End the Vietnam War. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1971. 0 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. An 8 page article by Harold Wilson, former British Prime

4997.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, MAY 21ST: ->How the U.S. Muffed a Chance to End the Vietnam War. PB:LIFE
MAGAZINE: New York, 1971. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A 10 page article by Harold Wilson.

706.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, NOVEMBER 26: ->The U.S. Pulls Out of Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $4 A six page article.

707.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, SEPTEMBER 10: ->Election Time In Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $5 A 4 page article.

708.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1971, SEPTEMBER 17: ->Lessons of the Pentagon Papers. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1971. 0 pgs., $3 A v/g copy. A 3 page article by Leslie H. Gelb.

25126.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, DECEMBER 1ST: ->This Is My Battle Station. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1972. 0 pgs., $3 Wraps, a v/g copy. A 7 page article on Kissinger at the Paris Peace talks.

713.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, FEBRUARY 4TH: ->The Air Carrier War. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972. 0
pgs., $5 A 6 page article.
4998.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, JULY 21ST: ->In the Victory Suite. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972. 0 pgs.,
$4 A v/g copy. This issue carries a special section on the McGovern victory.

7742.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, JULY 7: ->I Have Earned the Nomination. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972. 0
pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Cover isue, a 10 page article.

716.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, JUNE 23RD: ->A Bombing Error. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972. 0 pgs., $2.5
A photo spread over two pages showing Kim-Phuc runing after being burned from a napalm bomb.

717.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, MAY 19: ->The President and Vietnam. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972. 0
pgs., $5 A 5 page article.

718.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, NOVEMBER 10TH: ->Questions For a Peace. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1972.
0 pgs., $6 Cover issue with a picture of a POW. A 15 page article dealing with the issues of POW's and MIA's.

4999.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, OCTOBER 27TH: ->A POW Comes Home At Last. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1972. 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A three page article.

719.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1972, SEPTEMBER 29TH ->A POW Wife Turns Political. PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York,
1972. 0 pgs., $4 Cover issue, a four page article of a POW campaigning for McGovern.

6196.) LIFE MAGAZINE 1987, NOVEMBER: ->Are Any Still Alive? PB:LIFE MAGAZINE: New York, 1987. 0 pgs.,

721.) LIFTON, BETTY JEAN and THOMAS C. FOX: Illustrated with photos by THOMAS C. FOX:->Children of
Vietnam. HC:Atheneum: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 117 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Reinforced binding.
Written for young readers, candid portrayal of children caught up in the war ranging from street children, Amerasian
boy, Montagnard girl etc.. This will bring back memories to anyone that served in Vietnam.

722.) LIFTON, ROBERT JAY: ->Home From the War. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1973. 1st Edition 478 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

7974.) LIND, MICHAEL: ->Vietnam:The Necesary War: A Reinterpretation of America's Most Disastrous Military
Conflict. HC:Free Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 314 pgs., $7.5 Remainder mark top edge, o/w a v/g plus copy
in a v/g plus d/j.. The author argues that the Cold War was the century's Third World War of which Vietnam was only
a major campaign. He further argues that the failure of the United States in Vietnam was due to the military whose
approach to the war sapped the support of the American people as it failed to approach the conflict as a guerrilla
war up to 1968.
3090.) LINDERER, GARY A.: ->Eyes Behind the Lines: L Company Rangers in Vietnam, 1969. HC:Ivy Books: New
York, 1991. BC Edition 263 pgs., $10 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1992. 5th Edition 307 pgs., $4.99 A fine copy in a
fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a mint copy. Author served with the LRP Company attached to the 101st Airborne
Division in Vietnam from June, 1968 to June, 1969. This book is a sequel to 'Eye of the Eagle' which describes the
first half of his tour in Vientnam. A wraps original.

25136.) LINDERER, GARY A.: ->Phantom Warriors, Book 2. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 360
pgs., $6.5 Wraps a mass market ed., a mint copy. Accounts of LRRPS, LRPS, and Rangers operating in Vietnam.
3091.) LINDERER, GARY A.: ->The Eyes of the Eagle: F Company LRPs in Vietnam, 1968. PB:Ivy Books: New
York, 1992. 6th Edition 230 pgs., $4.95 Wraps mass market, mint as purchased new. Personal memoir by the author
who served with F Company 58th Infantry of the 101st Airborne. A wraps original.

724.) LINEDECKER, CLIFFORD: ->Kerry: Agent Orange and an American Family. HC:St. Martins Press: New York,
1982. 1st Edition 240 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a good plus d/j. Piece of d/j mising on back cover. A personal
account of a Vietnam veteran family dealing with a child born with birth defects due to the use of Agent Orange in
Vietnam. A must reading for those who have procrastinated on doing something to make amends to veterans serving
in Vietnam who have themselves or members of their families suffered from the use of Agent Orange.


9753.) LINNETT, RICHARD and ROBERTO LOIEDERMAN:->The Eagle Mutiny. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis,
MD, 2001. 2nd Edition 295 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of a mutiny abroad a ship
transporting napalm to Vietnam by two seamen who after forcing the crew into lifeboats, they proceeded to
Cambodia to seek asylum. Prince Sihanouk was overthrown two days later and the two seamen were imprisoned by
the Lon Nol government.
3941.) LISKA, GEORGE: ->War and Order: Reflections on Vietnam and History. PB:John Hopkins Press: Baltimore,
MD, 1968. 114 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author was a proponent of the war and he argues in this
book that given the power and wealth of the US, it is forced to have world-wide interests and responsibilities. An
opposite conclusion was reached in the title 'Nation or Empire' by Robert W. Tucker that was issued in this Studies In
International Affairs series.
21554.) LITERATURE and ART PUBLISHING HOUSE: ->Ho Chi Minh City. PB:Literature and Art Publishing
House: Hanoi, 1983. 81 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., book separated from cover but tight. Cover has a jacket with
large color photo on front. A collection of photos of Ho Chi Minh City with captions of pictures in Engllish, French,
German and Vietnamese listed in back of book.*/
3232.) LLITERAS, D.S.: ->In a Warrior's Romance. PB:Hampton Roads Publishing Co.: Norfolk, Va., 1991. 199
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade size ed., a fine copy. Book consists of photos with captions, focusing on the quiet moments
that lie in between the violence of war. Author served as a Navy Hospital Corpsman attached to the First
Reconnaissance Battalion, First Marine Division during 1969-1970.

31950.) LOGEVAILL, FREDNIK: ->The Origins of the Vietnam War. PB:Pearson Education Limited: Essex, UK,
2001. 1ST Edition 156 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy., Book is a part of the Seminar Studies in History series
and provides a clear focus on the origins of the Vietnam War.

7506.) LOGEVALL, FREDRIK: ->Chosing War: The Lost Chance for Peace and the Escalation of War in Vietnam.
HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1999. 1st Edition 529 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
argues that the Vietnam War broke out as a result of staunch opposition to early negotiations from American
policymakers, namely Kennedy, Johnson, Rusk, McNamara, and McGeorge Bundy.


24785.) LONG TERM VIEW, VOUME 5, NO. 1: 1; ->Legacies of Vietnam. PB:Massachusetts School of Law:
Andover, MA, 2000. 148 pgs., $10 Wraps trade size journal, a v/g plus copy. This is publicatoin of the
Massachusetts School of Law. Contains 16 ariticles by scholars in the field on topies concerning the press, Diplomatic
relations, end of the war, culture, protest and politics. The entire issue is devoted to discussion of the Vietnam War.

867.) LONG, NGO VINH: ->Before the Revolution: The Vietnamese Peasants Under the French. PB:Columbia
University Press: New York, 1991. REP. Edition 292 pgs., $23 Wraps a trade ed., a mint copy. Another copy, $12.50,
a v/g plus copy. Classic study on the devastating effects of French colonial rule have on the Vietnamese peasant.
Book first published by M.I.T.. The Columbia reprint edition contains a new preface by the author.

24747.) LOOFS-WISSOWA, H. H. E.: ->Vietnamese-English Archaeological Glossary. PB:Australian National
University: Canberra, 1990. 103 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Publication has an English index. Work
was assisted by Pham Van Minh and Nguyen M. Long.

2547.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1953, JUNE 2: ->Adlai Stevenson Reports On Indochina and the Philippines. PB:: , . 0
pgs., $2.5 A 5 page article.

630.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1966, AUGUST 9TH: ->Vietnam: What Should We Do Now? & 2. A Secret Encounter With
Ho Chi Minh. PB:: , . 8 pgs., $3 Both articles total 8 pages, latter article is by Rene J. Defourmeaux.

634.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1967, NOVEMBER 28TH: ->What We Can Do To End the Agony of Vietnam. PB:: , . 16
pgs., $3 Article by Robert Kennedy, 16 pp. including photos.

635.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1969, JULY 29TH: ->How the U.S. Spurned Three Chances For Peace In Vietnam. PB:: , .
0 pgs., $2.5 A 4 page article by Norman Cousins.

637.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1970, DECEMBER 29TH: ->Report From Hanoi: The Hard Line Gets Harder. PB:: , . 0
pgs., $3 . A 4 page article written by J. Robert Moskin..

638.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1970, NOVEMBER 17TH: ->Vietnamization Is Immoral. PB:: , . 2 pgs., $2.5 A 2 page
article by W. Averill Harriman. A 2 page article by W. Averill Harriman.

5803.) LOOK MAGAZINE 1971, SEPTEMBER 21: ->A GI's Vietnam Photo Book and Vietnam: Was It Worth It?
PB:: , . 8 pgs., $3 The GI Photo Book is a 6 page article with photos done by Michael Jury and the other article '
Vietnam: Was It Worth It?' is a 2 page article writtne by Walt Rostow.

8686.) LOOK MAGAZINE, 1965, OCTOBER 19: ->A Bold Proposal for Vietnam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A two page
article by Geroid Tanquary Robinson, first Director of the Russian Institute at Columbia Universtiy. His article calls
for major land reform to win the villagers loyalty to the Saigon government.

6185.) LOOK MAGAZINE, 1969 JANUARY 21ST: ->What's Behind Ho? PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 Cover issue, a 12-page

3456.) LOPES, SAL: ->The Wall: Images and Offerings from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. HC:Collins Publishers:
New York, 1987. 1st Edition 128 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. A collection of photos that commemorates
the fifth anniversary of the Vietnam Memorial with photos by Lopes and sixteen other award-winning
photojournalists. Photos are in color and Michael Norman, a Marine combat veteran and former New York Times
correspondent writes the introduction to this book.
3143.) LORA, Ed. RONALD: ->America in the 60's: Cultural Authorities in Transition. PB:John Wiley & Sons: New
York, 1974. 1st Edition 447 pgs., $5 Trade size ed., speckling outer edge, o/w a v/g copy. An anthology that
discusses race, poverty, economics, the Vietnam War and the radical cultural changes of the 60's.

640.) LOWRY, TIMOTHY S.: ->And Brave Men, Too: The Unforgetable Stories of Those Awarded Congressional
Medal of Honor In VN. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 246 pgs., $3.95 PB:Berkeley Books: New
York, 1986. 1st Edition 241 pgs., $1.99 Name on inside cover, o/w a v/g plus in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. The author was a Marine who served two tours in Vietnam. After the war, he became a journalist
and this book is about interviews he held with Congressional Medal of Honor recipients from the Vietnam War.

729.) LOWRY, TIMOTHY S.: ->Valor. PB:Berkley Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $5 Wraps mass
market ed, a v/g plus copy. Wraps original. Contains heroic accounts of Vietnam's Medal of Honor winners.

730.) LUCAS, JIM G.: ->Dateline: Viet Nam. HC:Crown Books: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 334 pgs., $10 PB:Award
Books: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 350 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author
was a writer for the Scripps-Howard newspapers since the close of World War II. He won the Ernie Pyle Memorial
Awards for his reporting in Korea in 1953 Vietnam in 1964.

731.) LUCE, DON and JOHN SUMMER:->Vietnam: The Unheard Voices. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y.,
1970. 3rd Edition 336 pgs., $12.5 PB:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1972. 2nd Edition 336 pgs., $7.5 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy.

732.) LUNN, HUGH: ->Vietnam: A Reporter's War. HC:Stein & Day: Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., 1986. 1st Edition 259 pgs.,
$12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author was an Australian reporter in Vietnam.

31929.) LUONG, Ed. HY V.: ->Postwar Vietnam: Dynamics of a Transforming Society. Wraps trade ed., a very fine
copy. Book focuses on contemporary Vietnamese society as to economic reforms, socio-economic inequality,

5660.) LUONG, HY V.: ->Revolution In The Village: Traditon and Transformation in North Vietnam, 1925-1988.
HC:Univeristy of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 1992. 1st Edition 272 pgs., $25 PB:University of Hawaii Press:
Honolulu, HI, 1992. 2nd Edition 272 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An in depth study of the
North Vietnamese village Son-Duong located near the Red River. Author draws on life histories of the villagers,
colonial documents from archival research in France, and local Party histories.
736.) LYND, Collector ALICE: ->We Won't Go: Personal Accounts of War Objectors. HC:Beacon Press: Boston, 1968.
2nd Edition 332 pgs., $7.5 PB:Beacon Press: Boston, 1968. 2nd Edition 308 pgs., $3.99 Ex-library, a v g/ copy.
Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Author was a draft counselor and staff member of Central Committee for
Conscientious Objectors.
735.) LYND, STAUGHTON: and THOMAS HAYDEN:->The Other Side. HC:New American Library: New York, 1966.
1st Edition 238 pgs., $3.95 PB:Signet Books: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 204 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Authors were among a group that traveled to Hanoi in December of 1965.

737.) MABIE, MARGOT C. J.: ->Vietnam There and Here. HC:Holt Rhinehart & Winston: New York, 1985. 2nd
Edition 166 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Written for young readers at a Junior High level.

3103.) MacDONALD, CALLUM A.: ->Korea: The War Before Vietnam. HC:Macmillian, Inc.: New York, 1987. 1st
Edition 330 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author presents a clear account on the politics, strategy
and debate surrounding the Korean War which is critical background toward understanding the Vietnam War.

2784.) MACDONALD, PETER: ->Giap: The Victor In Vietnam. HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1993. bc Edition
368 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g dj. First full biography of General Giap to date. Author interviewed him and
officers who served under him as well as Generals Westmoreland and Bigeard.

7120.) MACGARRIGLE, GEORGE: ->Taking the Offensive, October 1966 to October 1967. PB: Center of Military
History: Washington, DC, 1998. 1st Edition 485 pgs., $48 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This volume focuses on the
evolution of the Army's operational strategy and its execution during the Vietnam War.

8663.) MACKENZIE, KEN: ->Vietnam: Why It Matters. PB:Economist Newspaper Ltd.: London, 1968. 24 pgs., $6
Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Booklet seeks to explain in factual terms the background to the Vietnam War.

738.) MACLEAR, MICHAEL: ->The Ten Thousand Day War: Vietnam: 1945-1975. HC:St. Martins Press: New York,
1981. BC Edition 434 pgs., $6 PB:Avon Books: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 368 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

739.) MACPHERSON, MYRA: ->A Long Time Passing: Vietnam and the Haunted Generation. HC:Doubleday & Co.:
New York, 1984. 1st Edition 663 pgs., $3.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The best overall book to date on the
emotinal trauma of the war as felt by all sides in this country.

740.) MAGNUM PUBLICATION: ->America In Crisis. PB:Holt Rinehart & Winston: New York, 1969. 192 pgs., $10
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Magnum is international cooperative of photojournalists. Book depicts events primarily
during the year 1968. Text by Mitchel Levitas, edited by Charles Harbutt and Lee Jones.

742.) MAHLER, MICHAEL D.: ->Ringed In Steel: Armored Cavalry, Vietnam 1967-68. HC:Presidio Press: Novato,
Ca., 1986. 214 pgs., $3.99 PB:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1988. 214 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J
has chipping top edge. Wraps, a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy.

744.) MAI, Ed. HOA: ->The 'Nhan Van' Affair. PB:Dalley Book Service: Christiansburg, Va., . REP. Edition 174
pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. This book was initially printed by the Vietnam Chapter of
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League. There is no date and it is an edited edition of 5 issues of Nhan Van
newspaper that was printed in Hanoi between 9/20/56 to 11/20/56. There is a 12 page introduction.

745.) MAILER, NORMAN: ->The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel. The Novel as History. HC:New American
Library: New York, 1968. BC Edition 288 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is a chroncile of author's
impressions during the 4 day anti-war demonstrations in Washington in October of 1967.

748.) MALLIN, JAY: ->Terror In Vietnam. HC:D. Van Nostrand Co.: Princeton, N.J., 1966. 114 pgs., $6 Ex-library,
a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author a journalist who covered the Castro revolution and with this experience he evaluates

750.) MANGOLD, TOM and JOHN PENYCATE:->The Tunnels of Cu Chi. HC:Random House: New York, 1985. 294
pgs., $3.95 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Authors tell the story of the fighting in the
tunnels just north of Saigon, interviewing participants on both sides.

9007.) MANN, ROBERT: ->A Grand Delusion: America's Descent Into Vietnam. HC:Basic Books: New York, 2001. 1st
Edition 817 pgs., $4.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j. This study focuses on
the role Congress played in Vietnam War.

752.) MANNING, ROBERT and MICHAEL JANEWAY, Eds.:->Who We Are: An Alantic Chronicle of the United States
and Vietnam. HC:Atlantic-Little Brown: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 391 pgs., $6 PB:Atlantic-Little Brown: Boston,
1969. 1st Edition 391 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a trade ed., a v/g copy.


20381.) MANSFIELD, MIKE: ->Two Reports On Vietnam and Southeast Asia to the President of the United States.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 36 pgs., $5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a reprint of two reports
submitted by Senator Mansfield, one to President Kennedy on December 18th, 1962 and the other to President
Johnson on December 17th, 1965.
22443.) MARANISS, DAVID: ->They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace , Vietnam and America, October 1967.
HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 572 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of an
ambush of the Black Lions battalion in which killed 61 members during October of 1967. This is is interwoven with
a clash of antiwar protestors and police at the Univeristy of Wisconsin.

7890.) MARGOLIS, JON: ->The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964, the Beginning of the Sixties. HC:William
Morrow & Co.: New York, 1999. 401 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of the political and military

8885.) MARINE CORPS AVIATION ASSOCIATION: ->Chronolog, 1955-1996: Eagles in Green. HC:Turner
Publishing Company: Paducah, KY, 1996. 1st Edition 136 pgs., $25 Tips of cover bent, o/w a v/g plus copy. The

3344.) MAROLDA, Ed. EDWARD J.: ->Operation End Sweep: A History of Minesweeping Operations in North
Vietnam. PB:University Press of the Pacific: Honolulu, HI, 2005. REP. Edition 129 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. This study was originally written in 1977 by staff members of Tensor Industries. Study was revised for
publication by Edward J. Marolda .
3208.) MAROLDA, EDWARD J.: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Carrier Operations. HC:Bantam Books:
New York, 1987. BC Edition 158 pgs., $12 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 158 pgs., $7.5 A fine
copy in a fine d/j Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. At the time of the book's writing, the author was head of
the Contemporary History Branch of the U.S. Naval Historical Center. As with other books in this series, it is well
illustrated and the text is highly informative.
22935.) MARQUETTE, SCOTT: ->Vietnam War. PB:Rourke Publishing LLC: Vera Beach, FL, 2003. 48 pgs., $7.5
Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Book written for 5th and 6th graders and it is part of the America At War series.

4478.) MARR, DAVID G.: ->Vietnam 1945: The Quest for Power. HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA,
1995. 2nd Edition 602 pgs., $25 PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1997. 1st Edition 602 pgs., $12.5 A
fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a fine copy. A detailed study of the events of 1945 in Vietnam. It will
stand as the definitive work of this period.
754.) MARR, DAVID G.: ->Vietnamese Traditions On Trial: 1920-1945. PB:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley,
CA, 1984. 2nd Edition 468 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. This is an excellent intellectual history of
Vietnam, focusing on the period just prior to full-scale revolutionary unheaval.

21372.) MARRETT, GEORGE J.: ->Cheating Death: Air Rescue in Vietnam and Laos. HC:Smithsonian Books:
Washington, DC, 2003. 1st Edition 225 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of pilots involved in the
rescue of downed pilots, utilizing Douglas A-1 Skyraiders, a single-engine, propeller-driven plane. Author flew 188
combat missions in Vietnam in this type of plane.
5243.) MARSHALL, JOHN DOUGLAS: ->Reconciliation Road: A Family Odyssey of War and Honor. HC:Syracuse
University Press: Syracuse, NY, 1993. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $2.95 Review copy with review laid in, a fine copy in a
fine d/j. Memoir written by the grandson of noted military historian S.L.A. Marshall who was honorably discharged
from the Army as a conscientious objector.
758.) MARSHALL, KATHRYN: ->In the Combat Zone: An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam. HC:Little
Brown & Co.: Boston, 1987. 1st Edition 270 pgs., $5.95 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 270 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An oral history of 20 women worked or served in
Vietnam during the war.
2922.) MARSHALL, S.L.A.: ->The Fields of Bamboo: Dong Tre, Trung Luong, and Hoa Hoi: Three Battles Just
Beyond the South China Sea. HC:Dial Press: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 242 pgs., $12.5 PB:Da Capo Press: New
York, 1983. 3rd Edition 242 pgs., $6 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Account of these battles
involving the First Cavalry Division which took place between June and October of 1966. The wraps trade ed., is
titled Vietnam: Three Battles.

763.) MARSHALL, S.L.A.: ->West To Cambodia and Fields of Bamboo.. HC:Nelson Doubleday, Inc.: New York,
1971. BC Edition 373 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. West of Cambodia details American attempts to halt the
flow of materials and men from Cambodia into South Vietnam. Fields of Bamboo is an account of three Army
operations near Highway One and at Dong Tre between June and October 1966.

6609.) MARSHALL, TOM: ->The Price of Exit. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 360 pgs., $6.99 Wraps
mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir of chopper pilot who was with the Phoenix, C Company, 158th Aviation
Battalion, 101st Airborne that was assigned the task of covering the NVA-infested DMZ in 1970-1971 as the U.S. was
pulling out of Vietnam. Thirty percent of the author's 130 helicopter-school mates were killed.

764.) MARTIN, EARL S.: ->Reaching the Other Side: Journal of an American Who Stayed to Witness Vietnams
Postwar Transition. HC:Crown Publishers: New York, 1978. 282 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author worked
with a Mennonite mission and stayed in Vietnam through July of 1975.

6148.) MARTIN, PAUL: ->Land of the Ascending Dragon: Rediscovering Vietnam. HC:Gates & Bridges: Norwalk, CT,
1997. 1st Edition 192 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is written by a former Vietnam veteran with
photographs by Steve Raymer, also a Vietnam vet. They portray Vietnam as a dynamic country full of infectious
optimism.
5272.) MARTINEZ, REYNEL: ->Six Silent Men: 101st LRP/Rangers, Book 1. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1997. 6th
Edition 362 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a fine copy. An account of LRRP Detachment of the lst Brigade, 101st
Airborne Division written by a member of this group.

2919.) MARVICSIN, DENNIS J. and JEROLD GREENFIELD:->Maverick: The Personal War of a Vietnam Cobra Pilot.
HC:G.P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1990. BC Edition 269 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Personal memoir of a
Cobra pilot in Vietnam who was captured but later rescued.

20457.) MASPERO, GEORGES: ->The Champa Kingdom: The History of an Extinct Vietnamese Culture.
PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2002. Rep. Edition 226 pgs., $37.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a reprint of
the 2nd revised edition printed in 1928. Contains 68 plates and an archeological map of Central Vietnam.

4500.) MATHER, PAUL D.: ->M.I.A.: Accounting for the Missing in Southeast Asia. PB:National Defense University:
Washington, D.C., 1994. 1st Edition 205 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed. a v/g copy. Author was a member of the MIA
search team from the early 1970s through the late 1980s. In this book, he covers a wide range of topics, from field
work at crash sites and personal exchanges with Vietnamese, Cambodia, Lao and Thai officials. A must for anyone
doing research on the MIA issue.
5222.) MATLOFF, Ed. MAURICE ->American Military History, Vol. 2: 1902-1996. HC: Combined Books:
Conshohocken, PA, 1996. REV Edition 419 pgs., $12.5 PB:Combined Books: Conshohocken, PA, 1996. REV.
Edition 419 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This edition contains revisions from the 1989 work. Therer is an
excellent chapter on the Vietnam War written by Vincent H. Demma.
23917.) MATTHEWS, BRUCE M.: ->Short Round and Other Stories From Vietnam. HC:Xlibris: , n.d.. 151 pgs., $20
A mint copy in a mint d/j A personal memoir of an American lieutenant who served with the Fifth Special Forces
Group in 1966. Author describes day to day activities with strange experiences.

769.) MATTHEWS, Eds. LLOYD J. and DALE E. BROWN:->Assessing the Vietnam War. HC:Pergamon-Brassey:
McLean, VA, 1987. 1st Edition 254 pgs., $10 PB:Pergamon-Brassey: McLean, VA, 1987. 1st Edition 254 pgs., $2.99
A fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A collection of articles form the Journal of the U.S. Army War
College and published under the auspices of the U.S Army War College Foundation. There is an introduction by
General Bruce Palmer, Jr..

770.) MAURER, HARRY: ->Strange Ground: Americans In Vietnam, 1945-1975: An Oral History. PB:Avon books:
New York, 1990. 1st Edition 634 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This book consists of a wide selection of
oral histories ranging from enlisted men to well known participants in the war, civilian and military.

771.) McALEAVY, HENRY: ->Black Flags In Vietnam: The Story of a Chinese Intervention. HC:Macmillian
Publishing Co.: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 296 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $12.00, a v/g
copy. Book first published in England by Allen & Unwin Ltd. in 1968. Book is an account of the Tonkin War of 1884-
1885.
772.) McALISTER, JR. JOHN T. and PAUL MUS:->The Vietnamese and Their Revolution. PB:Harper & Row: New
York, 1970. 173 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
773.) McALISTER, JR. JOHN T.: ->Viet Nam: The Origins of Revolution. HC:Alfred A.Knopf: New York, 1969. 1st
Edition 389 pgs., $7.5 PB:Anchor Books: New York, 1971. 365 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass

7757.) McCAIN, JOHN with MARK SALTER: ->Faith of My Fathers. HC:Random House: New York, 1999. 8th Edition
349 pgs., $10 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Twelve chapters deals with Senator McCain's Vietnam experience

2560.) McCARTHY, EUGENE J.: ->The Limits of Power: America's Role In the World. HC:Holt Rinehart & Winston.: ,
1967. 1st Edition 246 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

2561.) McCARTHY, EUGENE J.: ->The Year of the People. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 335
pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

775.) McCARTHY, MARY: ->Hanoi. PB:Harcourt, Brace & World: New York, 1969. 134 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed.,
a v/g copy. The author visited Hanoi in March of 1968 and she was a well known novelist and writer for the New

776.) McCARTHY, MARY: ->The Seventeenth Degree: How It Went: Vietnam, Hanoi, Medina and Sons of the
Morning. HC:Harcourt Brace Jovanovich: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 451 pgs., $3.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Vietnam, Hanoi and Median originally conceived as phamplets. How It Went is autobiographical and Sons of the
Morning is a critque of Halberstam's 'Best and the Brightest.'
777.) McCARTHY, MARY: ->Vietnam. PB:Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 106 pgs.,
$1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A criticism of the war written after her visit to Vietnam. Contains the complete text
of her widely discussed articles that appeared in the New York Review of Books together with an additional new
section titled 'Solutions.'
778.) McCLARY, CLEBE with DIANE BARKER:->Living Proof. PB:Cross Roads Publishers: Atlanta, Ga., 1978. 150
pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by McClary, a fine copy. Account of a Marine gravely wounded in Vietnam

3985.) McCLOUD, BILL: ->What Should We Tell Our Children About Vietnam? HC:University of Oklahoma Press:
Norman, OK, 1989. 1st Edition 155 pgs., $12 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book is a collection of 128 letters from
persons answering the book's question that is set forth in the title. Persons responding range from Tom Hayden to
General Westmoreland.
3751.) McCONNELL, MALCOLM with research by THEODORE G. SCHWEITZER III:->Inside Hanoi's Secret Archives:
Solving the MIA Mystery. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 462 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine
d/j. Book reveals the Vietnamese government's back channel to break the MIA stalemate. It provides a good history
of the POW/MIA issue and points out how it has been exploited by profiteers.

781.) McDANIEL, EUGENE B. with JAMES L. JOHNSON:->Scars and Stripes PB:Harvest House Publishers:
Eugene, Or., 1975. 200 pgs., $1.99 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. . Author was a Naval Commander who was
a P.O.W. for more than six years. Title was first published in hardcover as Before Honor..

9276.) McDONALD, CHEROKEE PAUL: ->Into the Green: A Reconnaissance by Fire. HC:Plume Book: New York,
2001. BC Edition 220 pgs., $7.5 Spine slightly cocked, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Personal memoir of an officer
who served as an Artilery Forward Observer in Vietnam. Author has written three novels and is a recognized writer.

782.) McDONOUGH, JAMES: ->Platoon Leader. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1985. BC Edition 184 pgs., $2.99
PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1986. 197 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g
copy. Author was a lieutenant with the 173d Airborne Brigade in Vietnam during 1970.

784.) McGINNISS, JOE: ->Fatal Vision. HC:G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1983. BC Edition 661 pgs., $6 A v/g
plus copy in a v/g plus d/j Account of a Princeton-educated physician, Green Beret officer who was convicted of the
triple murder of his wife and two small daughters. He claimed that the murders were perpetrated by a band of drup-
crazed hipppies.
4501.) McGRADY, MIKE: ->A Dove In Vietnam. HC:Funk & Wagnalls: New York, 1968. 245 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy
in a v/g d/j.. Book is based on a series of articles that were published in Newsday in 1967.

30152.) McHALE, SHAWN FREDERICK: ->Print and Power: Confucianism, Communism, and Buddhism in the
Making of Modern Vietnam. PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI, 2008. 1ST Edition 256 pgs., $24.95
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent study on how Vietnamese and other persons under colonial rule
approached colonialism and modernity.
787.) McJUNKIN, JAMES N. and MAX D. CRACE:->Visions of Vietnam. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1983. 1st
Edition 247 pgs., $17.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Photographs and drawings with brief captions depicting Americans

21308.) McKELVEY, ROBERT S.: ->A Gift of Barbed Wire: America's Allies Abandoned in South Vietnam.
HC:University of Washington Press: Seattle, WA, 2002. 266 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book takes a
look at the South Vietnamese officilas and their families who were left behind after the fall of Saigon. Author's book
is based on interviews with persons imprisoned in re-educaiton camps. He is a former Marine who served in
Vietnam, then went on to get work in the field of psychiatry.
8253.) McKELVEY, ROBERT S.: ->The Dust of Life: America's Children Abandoned in Vietnam. PB:University of
Washington Press: Seattle, WA, 1999. 135 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is a collection of oral
histories of Vietnamese Amerasians living in Vietnam..

3329.) McLANE, CHARLES B.: ->Soviet Strategies In Southeast Asia: An Exploration of Eastern Policy Under Lenin
and Stalin. HC:Princeton University Press: Princeton, N.J., 1966. 563 pgs., $10 Some penciled markings on page
margins, o/w a v/g copy. in a v/g d/j. An excellent history and the author saw that the Soviet Union was in the
process of disengaging from Southeast Asia at the time of the book's writing.

643.) MCLEOD, JESSE T.: ->Crew Chief. HC:Daring Books: Canton, OH, 1988. 1st Edition 367 pgs., $2.99 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. Author served in Vietnam as a member of the 191st and 187th Assault Helicopter companies.




8235.) McMAHON, ROBERT J.: ->The Limits of Empire: The United States and Southeast Asia Since World War II.
PB:Columbia University Press: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 276 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v?/g plus copy. The
author agues that the U.S. strategies of containment and 'empire-building' spiraled out of control in Southeast Asia.

5566.) McMASTER, H. R. ->Derelication of Duties: Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara, The Joint Chiefs of Staff,
And the Lies That Led to Vietnam. HC:Harper Collins Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 446 pgs., $10 A v/g plus

644.) McMULLEN, JAMES P.: ->Cry of the Panther: Quest of a Species. HC:Pineapple Press, Inc.: Englewood, Fl.,
1984. 1st Edition 391 pgs., $12.5 PB:McGraw-Hill Book Co.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 400 pgs., $5 Light stianed
spots top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account of a Vietnam vet living in the
Flordia everglades who tracks panthers, becoming involved in saving them from extinction.

6023.) McNAMARA, FRANCIS TERRY: ->Escape With Honor: My Last Hours in Vietnam. HC:Brassey's, Inc.: Dulles,
VA, 1997. 1st Edition 227 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author was the counsul general in the provincial
capital of Can Tho and this is his account of how he led over 300 Americans, Vietnamese, and Fillipinos down a
tributary of the Mekong River to safety as Saigon fell.
4029.) McNAMARA, ROBERT S. with BRIAN VanDeMARK:->In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam.
HC:Times Books: New York, 1995. 2nd Edition 414 pgs., $1.99 A near mint copy in a fine d/j. This book will not be
referenced by scholars of the Vietnam War other than to say that McNamara in a book stated he was mistaken on
the assumptions of the Vietnam War..
7338.) MCNAMARA, ROBERT S., JAMES BLIGHT, ROBERT BRIGHAM, THOMAS BIERSTEKER & HERBERT
SCHANDLER:->Argument Without End: In Seach of Answers to the Vietnam Tragedy. HC:Public Affairs: New York,
1999. 1st Edition 479 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book is an outgrowth of six meetings held in Hanoi and
one in Italy between American leaders and scholars with Vietnamese leaders and scholars. They reviewed the
Vietnam War step by step, analyzing each decison and action taken by both sides. American participants were
Robert McNamara, Francis L. Bator, Chester L. Cooper, Nicholas Katzenbach, and Generals William Y. Smith and
Dale Vesser. Among the Vietnamese particpants were Nguyen Co Thach, Bui Thanh Son, Dao Huy Ngoc, Dinh Nho
Liem, Madame Nguyen Thi Binh, Nguyen Dinh Phuong, Luu Doan Huynh, Luu Van Loi, Nguyen Khac Huynh,
Colonel Quach Hai Luong, Tran Ngoc Kha, Tran Quang Co and Generals Dang Vu Hiep, Doan Chuong, Nguyen

645.) McNAMARA, ROBERT S.: ->The Essence of Security: Reflectons In Office. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1968.
1st Edition 176 pgs., $5 PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1968. 176 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a trade
ed., a v/g copy. As can be expected, the man totally avoids any candid discussion on Vietnam or how he screwed up
the war beyond belief.
25533.) McPARTLIN, GREG: ->Combat Corpsman: The Vietnam Memoir of a Navy SEALs Medic. HC:Berkeley
Publishing Group: New York, 2005. BC Edition 319 pgs., $7.5 PB:Berkeley Publishing Group: New York, 2005. 1st
Edition 319 pgs., $4.99 Nameplate on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps, a trade size ed., a mint copy.
Personal memoir of a Naval Seal medic.
4502.) McQUAID, KIM: ->The Anxious Years: America In the Vietnam-Watergate Era. HC:Basic Books: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 350 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author a historian who links Vietnam, the New
Left, and Watergate as the landmarks of a single military, social, and political disaster.

646.) MECKLIN, JOHN: ->Mission in Torment: An Intimate Account of the U.S. Role in Vietnam. HC:Doubleday &
Co.: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 318 pgs., $4.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was Public Affairs Officer of the
American Emnbassy from May, 1962 to January, 1964. Excellent first hand account during this period.

29933.) MELSON, CHARLES and GORDON ROTTMAN: ->Vietnam Warriors. A very fine copy with an illustrated
embossed cover in gold lettering. Contains material previously published in previous books by Melson and Rottman.

8051.) MELSON, CHARLES D. ->U.S. Marines in Vietnam: The War that Would Not End, 1971-1973.. PB:Hellgate
Press: Central Point, OR, 1998. REP. Edition 378 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This is a reprint of the
1991 edition published by the Government Printing Office. Written by Charles D. Melson.e

6646.) MELSON, CHARLES: ->U.S. Marine In Vietnam, 1965-1973. HC:Reed Consumer Books Ltd.: London, 1998.
64 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy. Cover is laminated. Author served a Marine in Vietnam. Excellent photos,
illustrations and colour plates by Ramiro Bujeiro.

647.) MENZEL, Ed. PAUL: ->Moral Argument and the War in Vietnam. PB:Aurora Publishers: Nashville, 1971. 281
pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
A collection of articles and essays that presents both sides of the argument of whether America should be in
Vietnam. They are divided in four sections--1. A Just War?, II. Genocide?, III. Solutions?, IV. Can Ethics, Ideology
and History Meet?

798.) MERRITT, WILLIAM E.: ->Where the Rivers Ran Backward. HC:University of Georgia Press: Athens, Ga., 1989.
1st Edition 291 pgs., $10 PB:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 291 pgs., $2.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j.
Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Author enlisted in the Army in 1968 and served in Cu Chi. A meditation on the
horror--as well as the glory of the war in Vietnam.
799.) MERSKY, PETER B. and NORMAN POLMAR:->The Naval Air War In Vietnam. HC:Nautical & Aviation
Publishing Co.: Annapolis, Md., 1982. 3rd Edition 224 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
800.) MERTEL, KENNETH D.: ->Year of the Horse-Vietnam. HC:Schiffer Publishing Ltd.: Atglen, PA, 1997. 352
pgs., $25 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1990. 328 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Another copy, $12.00, an
Exposition Press first edition, a v/g copy. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Book is on the Jumping Mustangs of
the 1st Air American Cavalry in the Highlands.

3286.) MESKO, JIM and LEROY: THOMPSON:->U.S. Infantry-Vietnam and U.S. Elite Forces-Vietnam.
HC:Squadron/Signal Publications: Carrollton, Tx., 1983. BC Edition 49 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Mesko is
the author of U.S. Infantry and Thompson is author of U.S. Elite Forces. Illustrations by Amy Harroff and there are
many black and white plotos.
3212.) MESKO, JIM: ->Armor in Vietnam: A Pictorial Histoy. HC:Squadron/Signal Publications: Carrollton, TX.,
1982. BC Edition 80 pgs., $12.5 PB:Squadron/Signal Publications: Carrollton, Tx., 1982. 80 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Illustrated by Don Greer and there are many black and
white photos.
5077.) METZNER, EDWARD: ->More Than a Soldier's War: Pacification in Vietnam. HC:Texas A&M University Press:
College Station, TX, 1995. 1st Edition 201 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir of an army officer who
spent seven years in Vietnam in the pacification program.

6443.) MEYER, HAN: ->Joris Ivens, de weg naar Vietnam. PB:Bruna Boeken: Antwerpen, 1970. 260 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An account of a European journalist in Vietnam. German or Dutch text.

28927.) MEYER, HAROLD J.: ->Hanging Sam: A Military Biography of General Samuel T. Williams From Pancho
Villa to Vietnam. PB:University of North Texas Press: Denton, TX, 1990. 1ST Edition 183 pgs., $10 Wraps trade
ed., ownerr's initials on enpaper, o/w a fine copy. Only 10 pages are devoted to Vietnam.

4032.) MEYER, PETER and the EDITORS of LIFE:->The Wall: A Day at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. HC:Wings:
New York, 1996. Rep. Edition 96 pgs., $12.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A well done book on the Vietnam Veterans

802.) MEYERSON, HARVEY: ->Vinh Long HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1970. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $12 Ex-
library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a journalist who spent approximately 8 months in Vinh Long Province
fin 1967 and 1968. As George Orwell in 'Homage to Catalonia' sought to tell what was happening in the Spainish
Civil War by focusing on Catalonia Province, the author uses this model to tell what was happening in the Vietnam
War.
1121.) MEYERSON, JOEL D.: ->Images of a Lengthy War: The United States Army in Vietnam. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1986. 1st Edition 225 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

803.) MICHENER, JAMES A.: ->Kent State: What Happened and Why. HC:Random House: New York, 1971. BC
Edition 559 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has some chipping and some fading.

820.) MIDDLETON, DREW: ->Air War-Vietnam. HC:Arno Press: New York, 1978. BC Edition 361 pgs., $2.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Middleton wrote only introduction, book really consists of studies by the Air Force.

827.) MILLER, CAROLYN PAINE: ->Captured! HC:Christian Herald Books: Chappaqua, N.Y., 1977. 1st Edition 288
pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an account of missionaries captured during the final offensive of 1975 in

828.) MILLER, JOHN GRIDER: ->The Bridge At Dong Ha. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Md., 1989. 1st
Edition 186 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Account of Marine Captain John Ripley blowing up a strategic

8737.) MILLER, JOHN GRIDER: ->The Co-Vans: U.S. Marine Advisors in Vietnam. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 2000. 2nd Edition 195 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of Marine advisors who
were called co-vans by their Vietnamese counterparts.

6064.) MILLER, KENN: ->Six Silent Men: 101st LRP/Rangers: Book Two. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1997. 1st Edition
293 pgs., $5.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Account of the 1st Brigade LRRP of the101st Airborne Division

829.) MILLER, ROBERT HOPKINS: ->The United States and Vietnam: 1787-1941. PB:National Defense University
Press: Washington, D.C., 1990. 324 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

31695.) MILLER, WILLIAM J.: ->Henry Cabot Lodge: A Biography. HC:James H. Heineman, Inc.: New York, 1967.
1ST Edition 449 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The last three chapters, 180 pages, deal with Lodge
and the Vietnam War but little detail of his involvement in his relatiosnhip to Diem.

830.) MILLETT, Ed ALLAN R.: ->A Short History of the Vietnam War. PB:Indiana University Press: Bloomington, IN,
1978. 169 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade edition, a v/g copy. Book contains three parts, the first is titled 'The War That
Wouldn't End.' The second is titled 'The American Military and Vietnam' and the third is 'The War for Southeast
Asia.' There are twelve contributors ranging from Edward Lansdale to Stanley Karnow.

5914.) MINER, ERNEST: ->Vietnam By Those Who Served. HC:Todd & Honeywell: New York, 1985. 50 pgs., $6
A v/g copy in a poor d/j. Book primarily consists of one liners by veterans who served in Vietnam.

26201.) MINISTERE DES AFFAIRES ETRANGERES: ->La France Et Le Vietnam: Recueil des principales
declarations francaises depuis Aout 1963. PB:: Paris, 1968. 81 pgs., $10 Wraps, pages are typewritten and in a
Ministere Des Affaires Etrangeres folder. Contains 60 official statements by French officials on Vietnam, a large
number of them being issued by Charles De Gaulle. Begins with August 29th, 1963 through October 7th, 1968.

7281.) MINOR, DALE: ->The Information War. HC:Hawthron Books, Inc.: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 212 pgs., $10
A v/g copy. Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Written by a veteran journalist critical of how the government and
the press manipulate, censor and distort the news.

29745.) MITCHELL, GARY D. with MICCHAEL HIRSH:. ->A Sniper's Journey: The Truth About the Man Behind the
Rifle. HC:NAL Caliber: New York, 2006. BC Edition 268 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A memoir of an
enlisted man who was borrowed out to carry out planned assassinations for the CIA backed Phoenix Program. Book
has a foreword by Douglas Valentine.
2921.) MITFORD, JESSICA: ->The Trial of Dr. Spock, the Reverend William Sloane Coffin, Michael Ferber, Mitchell
Goodman, and Marcus Raskin. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 272 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g
d/j. Account of the trial of Dr. Spock and his four co-defendents on a charge of
conspiracy to counsel, aid and abet violations of the Selective Service Act.

25496.) MOISE, EDWIN E.: ->The A to Z of the Vietnam War. PB:Scarecrow Press, Inc.: Lanham, Md, 2005. 455
pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent reference guide that provides a concise dictionary on all key
aspects, persons, and issues of the Vietnam War, a detailed chronology of the war, and very detailed maps of each
corps within South Vietnam. In addition, the author provides a concise introdcution on a number of issues of the
war. A must reference guide for any student of the war.


5009.) MOISE, EDWN E.: ->Tonkin Gulf and the Escalation of the Vietnam War. HC:Univeristy of North Carolina
Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1996. 1st Edition 304 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author argues that the Gulf of
Tonkin attack did not occur but the report given was not a mistake, just a genuine mistake.

4620.) MOLYNEUX, ISABEL: ->The Vietnam Connection. PB:Molyneux Books: Edmonton, Canada, 1991. 221
pgs., $8.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. An interesting presentation of Vietnamese history and culture which
interacted with American cold war foreign policy, making for a tragedy.

834.) MONROE, MALCOLM: ->The Means is the End in Vietnam. PB:Murlagan Press: White Plains, N.Y., 1968.
124 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., review copy stamped on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. The author was opposed to the war
and he is billed as a lawyer, businessman, churchman and a political conservative Republican by the blurb on the
book's cover.
30813.) MONTAGNRADS AMERICAN MUSIC GROUP, ->Traditional Music of the Montagnards. A CD disk

4407.) MOODY, WILLIAM B.: ->The Good Soldiers. HC:Good Soldiers Publishing: Waco, TX, n.d.. 129 pgs., $10
A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Written by a Navy Chaplain who served in Vietnam, the book contains personal
stories of the anguish of the men he ministered to during his tour.

29932.) MOORE, DAVID K.: ->Tribal Soldiers of Vietnam: The Effects of Unconventional Warfare on Tribal
Populations. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author correctly argues that the primary motivations for tribal
participation in nation-state war are long-standing animosities with traditional enemies.

29930.) MOORE, HAROLD G. and JOSEPH L. GALLOWAY: ->We Are Soldiers Still: A Journey Back to the
Battlefields of Vietnam. HC:HarperCollins: New York, 2008. 1ST Edition 247 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
An account of the authors going back to Vietnam along with 10 American veterans to meet with Lt. General Nguyen
Hu An and two of old company commandrs.
836.) MOORE, JOHN NORTON: ->Law and the Indo-China War. PB:Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ,
1972. 794 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

8208.) MORGAN, PAUL B.: ->K-9 Soldiers; Vietnam and After. PB:Hellgate Press: Central Point, OR, 1999. 3rd
Edition 184 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author relates 24 stories of working with dogs, both in Vietnam
and after leaving the army. He served as a Green Beret in Vietnam.

9186.) MORGAN, PAUL: ->The Parrot's Beak: U.S. Operatons in Cambodia. PB:Hellgate Press: Central Point, OR,
2000. 1st Edition 220 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book according to the author depicts real events that
took place but the characters referred to in the book are fictitious. He makes no clain that htis is an official history.

3092.) MORIARTY, J.M.: ->Ground Attack-- Vietnam: The Marines Who Controlled the Skies. PB:Ivy Books: New
York, 1993. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market, a v/g plus copy. Personal memoir by author who served with
a Marine Observation Squadron II, VMO-2 in 1970. A wraps original.

8223.) MORICE, A.: ->People and Wildlife In and Around Saigon, 1872-73. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 1997.
REP. Edition 113 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. Title originally published as Voyage en Cochinchine

6404.) MOROZ, HAROLD R.: ->The Republic of Vietnam. HC:Exposition Press: Hicksville, NY, 1978. 63 pgs., $10
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

3031.) MORRIS, JIM: ->Fighting Men. HC:Dell Publishing: New York, 1993. BC Edition 226 pgs., $2.99 PB:Dell
Publishing: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 226 pgs., $1.99 A near mint copy in a very fine d/j. Wraps a mass market
ed., mint as purchased new. A collection of stories by the writer. Book contains a foreward by W.E.B. Griffin.

3984.) MORRIS, JIM: ->The Devil's Secret Name. HC:Daring Books: Canton, OH, 1989. 1st Edition 304 pgs., $2.99
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j Account by Morris of brushfire wars fought in Vietnam, Cambodia, Lebanon, Israel and
beyond. Approximately 150 pages deal with Southeast Asia.

838.) MORRIS, JIM: ->War Story. HC:Sycamore Islands Books: Boulder, Co., 1979. 1st Edition 342 pgs., $10 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an account of the Green Berets working with the Montagnards. Author served three tours

839.) MORRIS, MARJORIE and DON SAUERS:->And/Or: Antonyms For Our Age. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1967.
1st Edition 95 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Photo anti-war book, juxtaposition of war photos in
Vietnam with photos of 'peace' in this country, depicting torture-delight, joy-grief, etc..

20564.) MORRIS, ROGER: ->Uncertain Greatness: Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy. HC:Harper and
Row: New York, 1977. 1st Edition 312 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The author served on the National Security
Council Staff under Kissinger from 1969 to May, 1970, when he resigned over the invasion of Cambodia. Most of
the book is devoted to Kissinger's overall conduct of foreign policy rather than Vietanm or Cambodia.

27076.) MORRIS, VIRGINIA with CLIVE HILLS: ->A History of the Ho Chi Minh Trail: The Road to Freedom.
HC:Orchid Press: Bangkok, 2006. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $27.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Contains 133 photos,
bibliogrpahy includes many Hanoi publicatons.

5225.) MORRISON, JOAN and ROBERT K. MORRISON:->From Camelot to Kent State: The Sixties Experince In the
Words of Those Who Lived It. PB:Times Books: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 355 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
plus copy. Oral histories of 59 men and women who were involved in the many different movements of the sixties.

3320.) MOSS, GEORGE DONELSON: ->Vietnam: An American Ordeal. PB:Prentice Hall: Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,
1994. 2nd Edition 454 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is a second edtion. A college textbook for the




6091.) MOYAR, MARK: ->Phoenix and the Birds of Prey: The CIA's Secret Campaign to Destroy the Viet Cong.
PB:Bison Books: New York, . 416 pgs., $21.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book presents an overview of the
Phoenix Program and destroys the popular myths of the program. This edition contains a new preface and chapter
by the author.
4803.) MROZEK, DONALD J.: ->Air Power and the Ground War in Vietnam. HC:Pergamon-Brasseys: Washington,
D.C., 1989. 1st Edition 196 pgs., $10 PB:Air University Press: Maxwell AFB, AL, 1988. 196 pgs., $4.95 A mint copy
in a mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Title was first published by Air University Press of Maxwell Air Force
Base.
5137.) MROZEK, DONALD J.: ->The U.S. Air Force After Vietnam: Postwar Challenges and Potential for Responses.
PB:Air University Press: Maxwell AFB, AL, 1988. 126 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. An assessment of
the role of the Air force in the aftermath of the Vietnam experience.

843.) MULLIGAN, HUGH A.: ->No Place To Die: The Agony of Viet Nam. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York,
1967. 1st Edition 362 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a good d/j. D/J has chipping top of spine and several small pieces
missing. Author was an AP correspondence who was regarded as the Ernie Pyle of the Vietnam War.

842.) MULLIGAN, JIM: ->The Hanoi Commitment. HC:RIF Marketing: Norfolk, Va., 1981. 2nd Edition 298 pgs.,
$4.95 Inscribed by author, owner's name on inside cover, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account of a Naval pilot who

844.) MUNSON, Ed. GLENN: ->Letters From Viet Nam. PB:Parallax Publishing Co. & Pocket Books: New York,
1966. 127 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This title lacks any ideological overtones as letters reflect wide
range of feelings about the war in 1966. Letters were first received by 'This Week' magazine.

9372.) MURDOCH, TONY, JOAN M. CROUSE, & PAM O'CONNELL:->Vietnam. PB:Longman Publishing Group:
White Plains, NY, 1994. 1st Edition 219 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A history of the Vietnam War
written for senior high school students.

845.) MURPHY, EDWARD F.: ->Vietnam Medal of Honor Heroes. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1990. 1st Edition
273 pgs., $12.5 Wraps mass arket ed., a v/g copy. author is head of the Medal of Honor Historical Society. In this
book, he recreates the heroic acts of individual soldiers from official documents, the Medal of Honor citations,
contemporary accounts, and, where possible, interviews with survivors.


6164.) MURPHY, EDWARD: ->Semper Fi Vietnam: From Da Nang to the DMZ: Marine Corps Campaigns, 1965-1975.
PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2000. 356 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An overall history of U.S.M.C.
22165.) MURRAY, DOUG: ->The Nam. HC:Marvel Entertainment Group, Inc.: Paris, 1988. 44 pgs., $12.5 A mint
copy with an illustrated laminated cover. A Marvel Comic portrayal of fighting in the Vietnam War with cartoon

30177.) MYERS, DONALD F.: ->Your War My War: A Marine in Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

21967.) MYERS, WALTER DEAN: ->A Place Called Heartbreak: A Story of Vietnam. PB:Steck-Vaughn Company:
New York, 1993. 3rd Edition 71 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. The story of Major Fred V. Cherry, a
black airmen shot over North Vietnam in1965 who was a POW. Written for young readers.

26654.) NAGL, JOHN A.: ->Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and
Vietnam. PB:University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 2005. 249 pgs., $15.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study
examines lessons of counterinsurgency campaigns. Author served in Operation Desert Storm and the current Iraq
War.
3288.) NALTY, BERNARD C., GEORGE M. WATSON and JACOB NEUFELD:->An Illustrated Guide to the Air War
Over Vietnam: Aircraft of the Southeast Asia Conflict. HC:Arco Publishing: New York, 1981. 159 pgs., $6 A v/g
copy. Contains descriptions on more than 50 aircraft types and variants that were used in Vietnam with photos and
line drawings of said aircraft.
5447.) NALTY, Ed. BERNARD: ->The Vietnam War: The History of America's Conflict In Southeast Asia.
HC:Smithmark Publishers: New York, NY, 1996. 1st Edition 384 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is part of
the Classic Conflicts War series. Book contains a foreword by General William C. Westmoreland.

8181.) NASMYTH , VIRGINIA and SPIKE: ->Hanoi: Release John Nasmyth. HC:V. Parr Publishing: Santa Paula,
CA, 1984. 345 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. This book is about two simultaneous struggles: the struggle
of Spike and his fellow POW's to keep hope alive in the face of their captors, and his sister Virginia's struggle to keep
his memory alive among her fellow Americans.
2890.) NASMYTH, SPIKE: ->2355 Days: A POW's Story. HC:Orion Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 264 pgs., $10
A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author was an Air Force pilot who was a POW for six and a half years in Hanoi.

850.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1955, JUNE: ->Passage to Freedom In Viet Nam. PB:National Geographic: , . 0
pgs., $4 Wraps magazine, a v/g copy. Twenty illustrations and written by Gertrude Samuels.

852.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1962, NOVEMBER: ->Helicopters Over South Vietnam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g
copy. Written by Dickey Chapelle.

853.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1964, SEPTEMBER: ->Slow Train Through Viet Nam's War. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A
v/g copy. Written by Howard Sochurek.

854.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1965, JANUARY: ->Americans In Action In Viet Nam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g
copy. Written by Howard Sochurek.

857.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1967, FEBRUARY: ->Behind the Headlines In Viet Nam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3
Written by Peter T. White and photographs by Winfield Parks.

858.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1968, APRIL: ->Viet Nam's Montagnards. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. Written by
Howard Sochurek.

859.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1968, SEPTEMBER: ->Air Rescue Behind Enemy Lines. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g
copy. Written by Howard Sochurek.

2577.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1979, NOVEMBER: ->Hong Kong's Refugee Dilemma. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g
plus copy. Article written by William S. Ellis and William A. Allard.

861.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1985, MAY: ->Vietnam Memorial: Echoes of a War, To Heal a Nation and Ten
Years Later. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $5 Articles by Timothy S. Kolly, Joel L. Swerdlow and W. E. Garrett.

862.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1989, NOVEMBER: ->Vietnam: Hard Road to Peace. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $2.5 A v/g
copy. Articles on Saigon and Hanoi written by Peter T. White and photographed by Donald Alan Harvey. Tran Van

7340.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1995, APRIL: ->The New Saigon. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $3 A v/g copy.

25132.) NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE COUNCIL PUBLICATION: ->Estimative Products On Vietnam, 1948-1975.
HC:National Intelligence Council: Washington, DC, 2005. 660 pgs., $25 PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 2005. 660 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy and comes with a CD Rom. .Wraps trade ed., a mint copy and
comes with a CD Rom.. This collection contains 174 documents, 38 of which appear in print and the remaining on
an accompanying CDs. It was compiled by three CIA analysts with lengthy experience in Vietnam affairs: John K.
Allen, Jr.: John Carver; and Tom Elmore with George Allen and Bob Layton as advisors. Lloyd Gardner prepared
an introductory essay providing historical context for the documents.
3514.) NAVAL HISTORY 1987, APRIL: ->The War in Vietnam's Shallows. PB: U.S. Naval Institute: Annapolis, MD.,
1987. 96 pgs., $2.5 Wraps mafgazine, a v/g copy. Article is written by Edward J. Marolda, a 7 page article. Another
Vietnam article is titled Game Warden: A Report from ht Field, a 4 pagte article by Hilary Robinette.

9847.) NAVILLE, PIERRE: ->La guerre et la revolution: Guerres d'Asie. PB:Etudes et Documentation
Internatiiionales: Paris, 1966. 324 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

26248.) NBC NEWS, ->Vietnam Hindsight, Part I: How It Began. PB:NBC News: New York, 1971. 57 pgs., $6
Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. A broadcast done in 1971 by NBC. Persons interviewed George Ball,
Maxwell Taylor, David Halberstam, Walt Rostow, Roger Hilsman, and Rufus Phillips.

24105.) NEALE, JONATHAN: ->A People's History of the Vietnam War. HC:New Press: New York, 2003. 309 pgs.,
$10 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of what the author calls the common
people whose collective action resulted in the defeat of of the world's most powerful military machine.

8853.) NEESE, Eds. HARVEY & JOHN O'DONNELL: ->Prelude to Tragedy: Vietnam, 1960-1965. HC:Naval Institute
Press: Annapolis, MD, 2001. 309 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal accounts of 5 Americans and 3
Vietnamese who were participants in the early days of the American involvement in Southeast Asia. All argue that
the failure of American policy in Vietnam was not inevitable. Participants are Rufus Phillips, Hoang Lac, Bert
Farleigh, Lu Lan, George K. Tanham, Tran Ngoc Chau, John O'Donnell, and Harvey Neese.

7061.) NEIS, P.: ->The Sino-Vietnamese Border Demarcation, 1885-1887. PB:White Lotus Press: Bankok, 1998.
REP. Edition 216 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book originally published as 'Sur les Frontieres du
Tonkin', 1887 in Le Tour du Monde, Vol. 55, pp. 321-416. Translated with an introduciton by Dr. Walter E. J. Tips.


9801.) NELMS, LINK: ->Remembering Vietnam After the War in the Gulf. PB:McClan Printing Co.: Parsons, West
VA, 1995. 187 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., store stamp on title page, o/w a fine copy. Author argues that another
Vietnam could occurr again as so little was said about the first Vietnam.

31704.) NELSON, DEBORAH: ->The War Behind Me: Vietnam Veterans Confront the Truth About U.S. War Crimes.
HC:Basic Books: New York, 2008. 1ST Edition 296 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book based on archival
research of more than 300 substantiated cases of war crimes in Vietnam. Author sought out men involed, the
witnesses who reported them, and the higherups who covered them up.

22703.) NEU, Ed. CHARLES E.: ->After Vietnam: Legacies of a Lost War. PB:John Hopkins Unviersity Press:
Baltimore, MD, 2000. 1st Edition 166 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Four Vietnam scholars, Neu, Balogh,
Herring and Brigham provide chapters on different legacies of the Vietnam War. In a final chapter, Robert
McNamara draws lessons from his experience with the aim of preventing wars in the future.

24399.) NEW TIMES, AUUGST 7, 1974: ->Vietnam Scrapbook. PB:New Times: New York, 1974. 68 pgs., $7.5
Wraps, a v/g copy. The total issue is devoted to the Vietnam War.

21688.) NEWBY, CLAUDE D.: ->It Took Heroes: A Cavalry Chaplain's Memoir of Vietnam. PB:Ballantine Books:
New York, 2003. 1st Edition 542 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a mass market ed., a mint copy. A memoir of a chaplain who

4409.) NEWCOMB, RICHARD F.: ->A Pictorial History of the Vietnam War. PB:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1987.
292 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book provides a very good survey on the history of the war which is well

865.) NEWMAN, BERNARD: ->Background To Viet-Nam. HC:Roy Publishers, Inc.: New York, 1965. 192 pgs., $12
PB:Signet Books: New York, 1966. 1st Edition 223 pgs., $5 Ex-librray, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market
ed., a v/g copy. Author served as staff lecturer with the British Expeditionary Force and the Ministry of Information.
He was a long time observer of events in Indochina even prior to the American buildup which he also observed. He
was in Luang Prabang interviewing the king duirng the 1953 Viet Minh invasion of Laos. Book originally published
by Robert Hale Ltd. in Great Britian in 1965.
20033.) NEWMAN, BERNARD: ->Let's Visit Vietnam. HC:Burke Publishing Co. Ltd.: London, 1971. 94 pgs., $6 A
v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is part of the Let's Visit series written for young readers.



866.) NEWMAN, JOHN M.: ->JFK and Vietnam: Deception, Intrigue, and the Struggle For Power. HC:Warner Books:
New York, 1992. 1st Edition 506 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Author argues that Kennedy had planned to
withdraw from Vietnam at the time he was assassinated. Oliver Stone blurb on the jacket hails this books as a
breakthrough exploration of Kennedy and his generals.
26901.) NEWMAN, RICK and DON SHEPPERD: ->Bury Us Upside Down: the Mistry Pilots and the Secret Battle for
the Ho Chi Minh Trail. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 2006. BC Edition 480 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g
plus d/j. An account of fighter pilots who flew over the Ho Chji minh Trail looking for targets. Contains a foreword
by Senator John McCain.
31351.) NEXTEXT, ->The Vietnam War: A Historical Reader. A mint copy in a laminated cover. Excellent
textbook book on the Vietnam War written for Junior High and High School students taking a class covering the

9750.) NGUYEN, PHONG THUYET & PATRICIA SHEHAN CAMPBELL:->From Rice Paddies and Temple Yards:
Traditional Music of Vietnam. PB:World Music Press: Danbury, CT, 1994. 3rd Edition 88 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed.,
a mint copy. Included is a still sealed CD as book is brand new. The book contains a section on the history and
culture of Vietnam, a general introduction to the Vietnamese music and instruments used, and 12 vocal and
instrumental pieces with study guides for group use. Phong Nguyen is a recognized scholar and performer of
traditional Vietnamese music. A CD comes with the book.

6464.) NHUONG, HUYNH, ->Water Buffalo Days. PB:HaprerCollins: New York, 1998. 117 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Book is for ages 7-10. Illustrated by Jean and Mou-Sien Tseng. It is a story of a boy growing up
7213.) NHUONG, HUYNH: ->The Land I Lost. PB:HarperTrophy: New york, 1986. 127 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade ed.,
a mint copy. A book of 15 tales told by a Vietnamese which described his life in Vietnam before coming to this
country as a refugee. Book was awared a Notalbe Children's Book in 1982 by the American Library Association.

868.) NICHOLS, JOHN B. and BARRETT TILLMAN:->On Yankee Station: The Vietnam Naval Air War. HC:Airlife
Publishing Co.: Shrewsbury, England, 1987. 179 pgs., $12.5 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1988. 5th Edition 173
pgs., $6 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Another copy, BC, $10.00, a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Title published
by Naval Institute Press in the same year. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy.


7667.) NICHOLSON, THOM: ->15 Months in SOG: A Warrior's Tour. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 260
pgs., $6.99 Wraps mass market ed, a mint copy. Personal memoir of a commander of SOG operations, operating out
of Da Nang with Command and Control North.

9023.) NICOSIA, GERALD: ->Home to War: A History of the Vietnam Veterans' Movement. HC:Crown Publishers:
New York, 2001. 1st Edition 689 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Book provides an account of various veteran
movements during and after the Vietnam War with more attention given to veteran's involvement in such issues as
Agent Orange, post -traumatic stress disorder, issues not covered before in any depth.

869.) NIELSEN, JON with KAY NIELSON:->Artist In South Vietnam. HC:Julian Messner: New York, 1969. 1st Edition
64 pgs., $12.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Text at a young readers level, drawings can be enjoyed by all.

2587.) NIXON, RICHARD: ->The Real War. HC:Warner Books: New York, 1980. 5th Edition 341 pgs., $1.99 A v/g

7004.) NOBLE, CHRISTINA: ->Nobody's Child. HC:Grove Press: New York, 1994. 1st Edition 257 pgs., $12
Remainder mart bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Story of the founding of a social center for Saigon's street
children by a woman who grew up in the slums of Dublin, Ireland.

3713.) NOBLE, DENNIS L.: ->Forgotton Warriors: Combat Art From Vietnam. HC:Praeger Publishers: Westport, CT,
1992. 1st Edition 198 pgs., $8.95 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. The author assembled 153 reproductions printed in
black and white, arranged with oral histories, letters and other commentaries in order to portray what the American
soldier experienced in Vietnam.
20447.) NOEL, REUBEN and NANCY: ->Saigon for a Song: The True Story of a Vietnam Gig to Remember.
PB:UCS Press: Phoenix, AZ, 1987. 1st Edition 260 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Memoir of a
husband-wife entertainment team who entertained troops in Vietnam.

8510.) NOLAN, KEITH W.: ->Ripcord: Screaming Eagles Under Siege, Vietnam 1970. HC:Presidio Press: Novato,
CA, 2000. BC Edition 447 pgs., $5.95 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Nolan's account of the last great battle of
the Vietnam War which involed the Americans, a battle he claims we lost due to constraints placed on the American
military.
872.) NOLAN, KEITH WILLIAM: ->Battle for Hue: TET 1968. Wraps mass market ed., name on inside cover, o/w a

873.) NOLAN, KEITH WILLIAM: ->Death Valley: The Summer Offensive, I Corps, August 1969. HC:Presidio Press:
Novato, CA, 1987. BC Edition 324 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Account of the fighting in the Hiep
Duc and Song Cha valley involving the lst Marine Division and the 23d Infantry Division.

5169.) NOLAN, KEITH WILLIAM: ->The Battle for Saigon: TET 1968. Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Also,
a wraps mass market editon, $5.00, a v/g copy. A popularly written historical account of the battle for Saigon during

26353.) NOLAN, KEITH: ->House to House: Playing the Enemy's Game in Saigon, May 1968. HC:Zenith Press: St.
Paul, MN, 2006. BC Edition 368 pgs., $3.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. An account of the second wave of
attacks after the TET Offensive which was the costliest two-week period of the Vietnam War in terms of American
casualties.
4805.) NORDELL, Jr. JOHN R.: ->The Undetected Enemy: French and American Miscalculations at Dien Bien Phu,
1953. HC:Texas A&M University Press: College Station, TX, 1995. 217 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
provides the full story of the strategic, tactical, logistical, and intelligence considerations that resulted in the French
decision to establish a base at Dien Bien Phu. He also gives close attention to the reaction of the Eisenhower
administration to the French seizure of Dien Bien Phu.



6970.) NORDEN, ERIC: ->The Hidden War: South Vietnam. PB:Union Print: Sydney, Australia, n.d.. 56 pgs., $5
Wraps trade size booklet, first page partially loose, underlining of some pages, a good copy. Author identifies himself
as an American liberal who had this tract printed to alert the Australian people to the danger of becoming involved
in Vietnam. Written in 1963.
3065.) NORMAN, GEOFFREY: ->Bouncing Back: How a Heroic Band of POW's Survived Vietnam. HC:Houghton
Mifflin: Boston, 1990. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author interviewed in depth a
number of POW's for this book, including Al Stafford, Charlie Plumb, Tom Hall and Mike Burns.

791.) NORMAN, MICHAEL: ->These Good Men: Friendships Forged From War. HC:Crown Publishers: New York,
1990. 1st Edition 310 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book explores the bond that was forged during
combat in Vietnam of 10 men who served as Marines there. Author is a New York Times columnist who sought out
these men whom served with in Golf Company and an emotional reunion was held 20 years later.

2998.) NORTH, OLIVER and DAIVD ROTH:->One More Mission. HC:Harper Collins Zondervan: New York, 1993. 2nd
Edition 280 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Ollie North's account of his return to Vietnam where he seeks to
make sense of the Vietnam War and his perspective on how we can finally bring the long sad chapter of the 'Vietnam
Experience' to an end.

3096.) NORTON, BRUCE H.: ->Force Recon Diary, 1969. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1992. 3RD Edition 255 pgs.,
$2.99 Wraps mass makret, mint as purchased new. Author was a naval corpsman who served as a Marine Force
Recon Team Leader with the 3d Force Recon in the DMZ and the A Shau Valley during 1969.

792.) NORTON, BRUCE H.: ->Force Recon Diary, 1969-1970. HC:Ivy Books: New York, . BC Edition 567 pgs., $12
A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This edition combines two previous books by the author, 'Force Recon Diary, 1969'
and Force Recond Diary, 1970.' Author was a Navy corpsman who volunteered to serve with the Marine 3d Force
Reconnaissance Company.
8629.) NORTON, BRUCE H.: ->Stingray. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 357 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., a mint copy. An account of Stingray Patrols which consisted of 7 to 10 men who were dropped
behind enemy lines by choppers. They then called in artillery and air strikes on enemy positions.

794.) NOVAK, MARIAN FAYE: ->Lonely Girls With Burning Eyes. HC:Little Brown: Boston, 1991. 1st Edition 276
pgs., $3.99 Review copy with reivew laid in, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of a Marine officer's wife who saw
her husband train for Vietnam, her experience while he served his tour in Vietnam, and then her experience of 15
years before in the author's eyes 'he truly came home.'
795.) NOVAK, MICHAEL: ->Story In Politics. PB:Council On Religion & International Affa: New York, 1970. 120
pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Discussion of Vietnam. Commentary by Tran Van Dinh, David Little,

9451.) NUGENT, NICHOLAS: ->Vietnam: The Second Revolution. PB:In Print Publishing Ltd.: Brighton, UK, 1996.
208 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A survey of 20th century Vietnamese history that concentrates on
Vietnam's post-war role and its possible future as the next Asian dragon.

797.) O'BALLANCE, EDGAR: ->The Wars In Vietnam: 1954-1980. HC:Hippocrene Books: New York, 1981. 246 pgs.,
$10 PB:Hippocrene Books: New York, 1981. 246 pgs., $5 A v/g copy. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

22341.) OBERDORFER, DON: ->Senator Mansfield: The Extraordinary Life of a Great Statesman and Diplomat.
HC:Smithsonian Books: Washingotn, DC, 2003. 1st Edition 593 pgs., $12.5 Inscribed by Oberdorfer, a mint copy
in a mint d/j. A biography of Senator Mansfield with about 300 pages dealing with Indochina.

884.) OBERDORFER, DON: ->TET! The Turning Point In the Vietnam War. PB:John Hopkins University Press:
Baltimore, 2001. Rep Edition 375 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The classic account of the TET offensive.
Reprint edtion has a new preface by the author.

8319.) O'BRIEN, GEOFFREY: ->Dream Time: Chapters From the Sixties. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1988. 1st
Edition 194 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book seeks to capture the unique texture of the American sixties.

3290.) O'BRIEN, TIM: ->If I Die in a Combat Zone: Box Me Up and Ship Me Home. PB:Dell Books: New York,
1999. 209 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A foot soldier's journey from middle class America to Vietnam.
Author served in Vietnam from 1968-1970 and he was awarded the Purple Heart. It became one of the most popular
books about the Vietnam War experience before the Rambo and post-traumatic stress disorder books captured the
market in the early 80's.
881.) O'DANIEL, JOHN W.: ->Vietnam Today: The Challenge of a Divided Nation. HC:Coward-McCann: Neww York,
1966. Rev. Edition 121 pgs., $7.5 Light soiling outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is the resived edition of the title
'Nation That Refused to Starve' published in 1960. A young readers edition.

24560.) O'DANIEL, LARRY J.: ->Trails of Deceit. HC:Golden Coast Publishing: Wenden, AZ, 2000. 1st Edition 330
pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author alleges to have solved the problem of what happened to American war
heroes lost on the battlefields of three wars, utilizing the skiils he learned in the Phoenix program.

885.) OGDEN, RICHARD E.: ->Green Knight, Red Mourning. PB:Zebra Books: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 301
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a young Marine, age 17, who went to Nam in 1965
and participated in the first American attack on a VC village.

32354.) OLSON, Ed. GREGORY ALLEN: ->Landmark Speeches On the Vietnam War. Wraps trade ed., a mint

5923.) OLSON, GAIL: ->Scars and Stripes: Healing the Wounds of War. PB:Tab Books: Blue Ridge Summit, PA,
1992. 194 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed., remainder marks, o/w a v/g copy. Book is a resourse manual for helping
Vietnam veterans deal with the trauma of war.

4806.) OLSON, GREGORY A.: ->Mansfield and Vietnam: A Study in Rhetorical Adaption. HC:Michigan State
University Press: East Lansing, MI, 1995. 349 pgs., $35 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book examines the role played
by Senator Mike Mansfield in the formulation and execution of U.S. Vietnam policy.
3289.) OLSON, JAMES S. and RANDY ROBERTS:->Where the Domino Fell: American and Vietnam, 1945-1990.
HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 321 pgs., $3.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade
size ed., a v/g copy. A concise history of the Vietnam War.

22299.) O'MEARA, Jr. ANDY: ->Only the Dead Came Home: Vietnam's Hidden Casualties. PB:Elderberry Press,
LLC: Oakland, OR, 2003. 182 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Account of a Vietnam vet dealing with his
adjustment to civilian life after the Vietnam War.

26649.) O'NEILL, JAMES: ->Garrison Tales From Tonquin: An American's Stories of the French Foreign Legion in
Vietnam in the 1890S. HC:Louisana State University Press: Baton Rouge, LA, 2006. 1st Edition 139 pgs., $29.95
A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of the French campaign during the 1890s by an American who had joined the
French Foreign Legion and who was part of that force.

23779.) O'NEILL, JOHN E. and JEROME R.: CORSI:->Unfit For Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against
John Kerry. HC:Regenry Publishing Inc.: Washington, DC, 2004. 2nd Edition 216 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a

882.) O'NEILL, ROBERT J.: ->General Giap: Politician and Strategist. HC:Frederick A. Praeger: New York, 1969.
219 pgs., $10.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Author was a Senior Lecturer in HIstory in the Faculty of Military Studies,
Royal Ministry College of Australia, University of South Wales at the tiem of the book's writing. He had served in
Vietnam from 1966-67 .
8630.) O'ROURKE, WILLIAM: ->The Harrisburg 7 and the New Catholic Left. HC:Thomas Y. Crowell Co.: New York,
1972. 1st Edition 264 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The book focuses primarily on the trial rather an analysis

20437.) OSGOOD, Ed. GERALD W.: ->Reflecting On the Memories of War, First Issue.. PB:Osgood-Johanneck
Publications: Chanhassen, MN, 1987. 60 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. A magazine that tried to focus on the
concept that the reader is the writer. This was the first issue and it was well done.

31665.) OSGOOD, Editor In Chief GERALD W.: ->Reflecting On the Memories of War, Second Issue 1987. Wraps
magazine, a v/g copy.

23244.) OSGOOD, ROBERT E., ROBERT W. TUCKER, HERBERT S. DINERSTEIN, FRANCIS E. ROURKE, ISAIAH-
>America and the World: From the Truman Doctrine to Vietnam. PB:John Hopkins Press: Baltimore, 1970. 434
pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The authors offer a comprehensive reappraisal of the environment and
initiatives of American foreign policy during the Cold War.
888.) OSTROFF, ROBERTA: ->Fire In the Wind: The Life of Dickey Chapelle. HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 1992.
1st Edition 408 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book covers her career from World War II to Vietnam
where she was killed in November of 1965.

5229.) O'SULLIVAN, Eds. JOHN and ALAN M. MEC ->The Draft and Its Enemies: A Documentary History
HC:University of Illinois Press: Chicago, IL, 1974. 289 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book contains 56
documents and the editors' commentary on the history of the draft,. The first documents go back to the
Revolutionary War.
31663.) OVERSEAS VIETNAMESE BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION, ->Voice of the Vietnamese Buddhists. Wraps, a
v/g plus copy.. This issue two articles: 1. Views of a Vietname Artis and (2); A Vietnamese Message with two

9578.) PADDEN, IAN: ->U.S. Air Commando. PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1985. 133 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market
ed., a v/g copy. The book provides a history of air commando forces with a focus on operations in Vietnam which
the author regards as the war in which these forces came of age. Eight pages of photos.

8707.) PAGE, Consultant Editors TIM and JOHN PIMLOTT: ->Nam: The Vietnam Experience 1965-75. HC:Hamlyn
Publishing Group: London, 1990. 649 pgs., $25 Wear bottom of cover, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has
creasing and some chipping.. This is primarily a photobook but it does have substantial text and has 114 short
chapters on different aspects of the war, many of which are not referred to any other text. This in my opionion is the
best overall photobook on the Vietnam War and a must for any collector.

889.) PAGE, TIM: ->Tim Page's Nam. PB:Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 120 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Contains 119 photographs with text. Introduction by William Shawcross.
890.) PAGE, TIM: Introduction by WILLIAM SHAWCROSS:->Ten Years After: Vietnam Today. PB:Alfred A. Knopf:
New York, 1987. 1st Edition 128 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Book contains 103 color photos.

29223.) PAINE, LAUREN: ->Viet-Nam. Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author is a California writer and
lecturer on political and historical subjects who seeks to expose the failures and successes of the French, the

8207.) PAKIS, VICK: ->Immigrant Soldier: From the Baltics to Vietnam. PB:Hellgate Press: Central Point, OR,
1999. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of the experience of an immigrant from
Latvia who went on to serve two tours in Vietnam.

891.) PALMER, DAVE RICHARD: ->Summons of the Trumpet: A History of the Vietnam War From a Military Man's
Viewpoint. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1982. 3rd Edition 277 pgs., $2.99 PB:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1984.
354 pgs., $1.99 Name on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. During
the war, General Palmer was a colonel and he served as an advisor to both the Vietnamese Military Academy and
Vietnamese armor units. This book is his view of the war in retrospect.


893.) PALMER, Jr. BRUCE: ->The Twenty-Five Year War: America's Military Role in Vietnam. HC:University Press of
Kentucky: Lexington, KY, 1984. 236 pgs., $3.99 A fine copy in a v/g d/j.

892.) PALMER, LAURA: ->Shrapnel In the Heart: Letters and Remembrances >From the Vietnam Veterans Memoirial.
HC:Random House: New York, 1987. 2nd Edition 243 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a near fine d/j. This is a
collection of letters that have been left at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

894.) PAN, STEPHEN: ->Vietnam Crisis. PB:East Asian Research Institute: New York, 1966. 334 pgs., $5 Wraps
mass market ed., foxing tips of pages, o/w a v/g copy. Pan was the President of East Asian Reseach Institute at the
time of the book's writing. He had taught at Georgetown and Diem stayed with him in Washington D.C. for six
months. He knew both Ho Chi Minh and Mao Tse-tung. Lyons is a Jesuit and he was Chairman of the free Pacific
Association at the time of the book's writing. Book presents a well reasoned defense of the U.S. commitment in
Vietnam.

22968.) PAOLUCCI, HENRY: ->Public Image, Private Interest: Kissinger's Foreign Policy Strategies in Vietnam.
HC:Griffon House Publications: Smyrna, DE, 2002. 1st Edition 210 pgs., $20 Review copy with review laid in, a
mint copy. Author argues that the real objective in Kissinger's effort for a Vietnam settlement was to effect a detente
with Russia before ending the war in Vietnam.
896.) PARKER, IV F. CHARLES: ->Vietnam: Strategy For a Stalemate. HC:Paragon House: New York, 1989. 1st
Edition 257 pgs., $3.99 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Author a West Point graduate and he served as a Battalion
6432.) PARKER, JAMES: ->Last Man Out: A Personal Account of the Vietnam War. HC:John Culler & Sons:
Camden, SC, 1996. 450 pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Account by a CIA agent on his efforts to get
his people out as Saigon was falling. Prior to being assinged to Vietnam, he worked in Laos.


897.) PARKS, DAVID: ->GI Diary. HC:Harper and Row: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 133 pgs., $12 BookplaTe on
inside cover, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A diary by a black enlisted man that records his reactons to killing and being
killed, and his frustrations over army life and attitudes.

9900.) PARLIN, FLOYD S.: ->The Return of American Prisoners of War from Southeast Asia. PB:Congressional
Research Service: Washington, DC, 1973. 114 pgs., $10 Wraps, a v/g plus copy. This is comilation of materials on
the release of prisoners of war and the missing in action recovery program. Consists mainly of photocopies of
newspaprer articles on these issues.
9396.) PARMENTIER, HENRI, ETIENNE AYMONIER, PAUL MUS:->Cham Sculpture of the Tourane Museum,
Chams and Their Religion, and Religious Ceremonies of Champa. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2001. 142 pgs.,
$32.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Publication contains three reportss written in respective order. Translated by
Walter E. J. Tips. Paramentier's report was written in 1922, Mus's report was written in 1934, and Aymoniter's report
was written in 1891.
895.) PARRISH, JOHN A.: ->12, 20, & 5: A Doctor's Year In Vietnam. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1972. 2nd
Edition 315 pgs., $12.5 PB:Penguin Books, Inc.: Baltimore, Md., 1973. 348 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus
d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a young doctor serving in Vietnam, a very moving
account.
2900.) PARRISH, ROBERT D.: ->Combat Recon: My Year With the ARVN. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1991. 1st
Edition 291 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Author was an Army lieutenant to an ARVN infantry battalion 6
months beginning in May of 1967, then he was an advisor for 6 months to an ARVN reconnaissance company.

899.) PATTI, ARCHIMEDES L. A.: ->Why Viet Nam? Prelude To America's Albatross. Apoproximately 25 pages
have inked markings along page margins with 4 or 5 pages having several sentences underlined, o/w a v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. Personal memoir of the OSS officer who had worked with Ho Chi Minh during World War II and was present in
Hanoi at the time of the Japanese surrender. Some French still believe that if it were not for his 'support' of Ho Chi
Minh during this period by Patti and his band, events would have turned out differently in Indochina.

27594.) PEARS, PAMELA A.: ->Remnants of Empire in Algeria and Vietnam: Women, Words, and War.
PB:Lexington Books: Lanham, MD, 2004. 163 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This study shows the role
that four important women writers have played in confronting the legacies of colonialism and the wars of national
liberatIon..
21295.) PELLEY, PATRICIA M.: ->Postcolonial Vietnam: New Histories of the National Past. PB:Duke University
Press: Durham, NC, 2002. 1st Edition 326 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The book looks at the politics of
historical reconstruction or how Vietnamese historians since the 1950s began to write the hsitory of their nation's
emerging from colonialism..
902.) PENNIMAN, HOWARD R.: ->Elections In South Vietnam. PB:AEI-Hoover Policy Studies: Stanford, CA, 1972.
246 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

2596.) PERLO, VICTOR and KUMAR GOSHAL:->Bitter End in S.E. Asia. PB:Marzani & Munsell, Inc.: New York,
1964. 128 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. An early book that argues against an American commitment in

4034.) PERRY, MARK: ->Four Stars. HC:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1989. 1st Edition 412 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. An inside account of a 40 year battle between the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the America's
civilian leaders. A good portion of this book covers the Vietnam War. Author interviewed current and former
members of the JCS and their staff.
7280.) PETERS, BILL: ->First Force Recon Company: Sunrise at Midnight. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 1st
Edition 238 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Account of a six-man Marine team whose job was to
provide strategic and operational intelligence from the DMZ to the Central Highlands..

20451.) PETERSON, ROBERT: ->Rites of Passage: Odyssey of a Grunt. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2001. 1st
Edition 564 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir of an army enlisted man who served in Vietnam.

906.) PFEFFER, Ed, RICHARD M.: ->No More Vietnams? The War and the Future of American Foreign Policy.
HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 299 pgs., $2.95 Speckling top edge, o/w v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. Title is a publication of the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs and
contains discussion of proceedings of a symposium held by this institute. Twenty-six scholars were involved.







29316.) PHAM, ANDREW X.: ->The Eaves of Heaven: A Life in Three Wars. HC:Harmony Books: New York, 2008.
1ST Edition 301 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Noted Vietnamese author writes an autobiograpy of his
father who lived through the Indochina Wars, starting in 1940 on thourgh 1976. He last serrved in the South
Vietnam army, then was placed in a re-education camp after the fall of Saigon. Originally, his father was from an
upper-class family in northern Vietnam but was forced to flee south when the communists took over after the First
Indochina War. One of the best Vietnamese accounts of this whole period told from a Vietnamese perspective.


31705.) PHAM, QUANG X.: ->A Sense of Duty: My Father, My American Journey. HC:Ballatnine Books: New York,
2005. 1ST Edition 261 pgs., $10 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of Vietnamese Marine pilot and
served in the first Iraq war. His father was a pilot in the South Vietnamese Army and served 10 years in a prison
camp after the fall of Saigon.
7493.) PHAN BOI-CHAU, ->Overturned Chariot: The Autobiography of Phan-Boi-Chau. HC:University of Hawaii
Press: Honolulu, HI, 1999. 1st Edition 296 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Phan was the most prominent
leader of the Vietnamese independence movement during the first quarter of the 20th century. He wrote this
autobiography while under house arrest in 1928. Work is translated by Vinh Sinh and Nicholas Wickenden.

29951.) PHILLIPS, RUFUS: ->Why Vietnam Matters: An Eyewitness Account of Lessons Not Learned. HC:Naval
Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 2008. 2ND Edition 398 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A memoir by a CIA
offical who worked closely with Edward Lansdale in the early days of our involvement in Vietnam. An excellent
eyewitness acount of key events in Vietnam during this period.

6090.) PHILLIPS, WILLIAM: ->Night of the Silver Stars: The Battle of Lang Vei. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis,
MA, 1997. 179 pgs., $4.95 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Account of the night of February 6-7, 1968 when 24 Green
Berets of Special Forces Team A-101 and several hundred indigenous soldiers held off a superior force of North
Vietnamese tanks and infantry. From this heroic stand, 19 Silver Stars, a Distinguished Service Cross, and a Medal
Of Honor were awarded.
9219.) PHILPOTT, TOM: ->Glory Denied: the Saga of Jim thompson, America's Longest-Held Prisoner of War.
HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 457 pgs., $10 Ex-library, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An
account of an army Green Beret officer who was captured on March 26, 1964 and he was the longest held P.O.W. of
the Vietnam War.
9552.) PHILPOTT, TOM: ->Glory Denied: The Saga of Jim Thompson, America's Longest-Held Prisoner of War.
HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 457 pgs., $5 Tips of cover slightly bent, o/w a v/g plus copy in
a v/g plus d/j. A POW book that traces the childhood, the captivity, and adjustments to his family after release from
captivity of the longest held POW.
25328.) PHONG, NGUYEN XUAN: ->Hope and Vanquised Reality. PB:Xlibris Corporation: , 2002. 376 pgs.,
$22.99 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a former ambassador Repulic of Vietnam.

7673.) PHUC, NGUYEN VINH: ->Hanoi: Past and Present. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 1995. 303 pgs., $15 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book is more a travel guide providing some history of the city and places. There is a street
map of Hanoi that comes with the book.

33812.) PHUONG, Eds. TRAN KY and BRUCE M. LOCKHART: ->The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society and Art.
PB:University of Hawaii Press: Honolulu, HI., 2011. 1ST Edition 460 pgs., $29.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
There are papers of 14 Cham scholars that are presented in this volume. It also contains 94 illustrations.

31202.) PHUONG, PHAM QUYNH: ->Hero and Deity: Tran Hung Dao and the Resurgence of Popular Religion in
Vietnam. PB:Mekong Press: Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2009. 1ST Edition 227 pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. Author traces and uncovers the sources of the contradictions over the meanings of Tran Hung Dao/Saint/Tran.
He was a 14th century hero figure and viewed as the savior of Vietnam.


7824.) PICHON, LOUIS: ->A Journey to Yunnan in 1892: Trade and Exploration in Tonkin and Southern China.
PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 129 pgs., $20 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A first-hand account
of Dr. Louis Pichon's two month journey from Hanoi to southern Yunnan in the spring of 1892. Orignally published
in 1892.
908.) PIERCE, BOB with NGUYEN VAN DUC and LARRY WARD:->Big Day At Da Me. HC:Word Books: Waco, Tx,
1968. 72 pgs., $1.99 Scratching of cover, o/w a v/g copy. Author heads up World Vision, a worldwide Christian
909.) PIKE, DOUGLAS: ->PAVN: People's Army of Vietnam. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1986. BC Edition 384
pgs., $12 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The classic work on the People's Army of Vietnam.

910.) PIKE, DOUGLAS: ->Viet Cong: The Organization and Techniques of the National Liberaton Front of South
Vietnam. HC:M.I.T. Press: Cambridge, Mass., 1966. 490 pgs., $15 PB:M.I.T. Press: Cambridge, Mass., 1968. 490
pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy.

911.) PIKE, DOUGLAS: ->War, Peace, and the Viet Cong. PB:M.I.T. Press: Cambridge, Ma., 1969. 186 pgs., $7.5
Wraps a trade ed., a v/g copy. An assessment of the other side by a well known expert in the field written in late
1968. He argues that divisions still persist in the Politburo and that Hanoi is far from certain that it has defeated the
U.S. to prevent the imposition of a Communist government in the south by force.


912.) PIKE, Ed. DOUGLAS: ->The Bunker Papers: Reports to the President >From Vietnam, 1967-1973, Volume 1.
PB:Institute East Asian Studies: Berkeley, Ca., 1990. 294 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. These three
volumes contain 96 cables from Ambassador Bunker to the President. Ambassador Bunker stipulated that one of his
conditions for taking on the job of ambassador was that he could report directly to the President on the situation in
Vietnam. This collection are all the messages that he sent to the Oval Office while ambassador.

28204.) PIKE, Ed. DOUGLAS: ->The Bunker Papers: Reports to the President from Vietnam, 1967-1973, Volume III.
PB:University of California: Berkeley, 1990. 270 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.


913.) PISOR, ROBERT: ->The End of the Line: The Siege of Khe Sanh. HC:W. W. Norton: New York, 1982. BC
Edition 319 pgs., $2.99 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 306 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author served as a war correspondent in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968.

31949.) PITRONE, JEAN MADDERN: ->Take It From the Big Mouth: The Life of Martha Raye. HC:University Press of
Kentucky: Lexington, KY, 1999. 1ST Edition 238 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Biogrpahy of a
entertainer who entertained troops during World War II and then later in Vietnam where she worked both as an
entertainer and nurse.
914.) PLUMB, JOSEPH CHARLES: ->I'm No Hero: A POW Story as Told to Glen DeWerff. HC:Independence Press:
Independence, MO, 1990. 20th Edition 287 pgs., $25 Inscribed by author, a fine copy in a fine d/j. Account of a
Naval pilot who was shot down in 1967 while serving on the carrier Kitty Hawk. He was appointed chaplain of his
prison unit in 1970 and he serrved in this capacity for two years.

916.) PODHORETZ, NORMAN: ->Why We Were In Vietnam. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1982. 1st Edition 250
pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author argues that American intervention was an act of political
recklessness, but far from being immoral or criminal, it was also an act of political idealism aimed at saving South
Vietnam from Communist totalitarianism.

9153.) POLNER, MURRAY and JIM O'GRADY: ->Disarmed and Dangerous: The Radical Lives and Times of Daniel
and Philip Berrigan. HC:Basic Books: New York, 1997. 434 pgs., $2.99 Remainder mark top edge, o/w a fine copy
in a fine d/j. A full-lenght unauthorized biography of the Berigans and covers not only their Vietnam anti-war efforts
but other issues in respect to peace and civil rights.

918.) POLNER, MURRAY: ->No Victory Parades: The Return of the Vietnam Veteran. HC:Holt Rinehart Winston:
New York, 1971. 1st Edition 169 pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

919.) POLNER, MURRAY: ->When Can I Come Home? A Debate On Amnesty for Exiles, Anti-War Prisoners and
Others. PB:Doubleday & Co.: Garden City, N.Y., 1972. 267 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market, a v/g copy. A thoughtful
book dealing with the issue of amnesty. Published only in paperback.

3303.) PORTER, Ed. GARETH: ->Vietnam: A History in Documents. PB:New Amerrican Library: New York, 1981.
1st Edition 490 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is an abridgment by the author of his two volume work
entitled 'Vietnam: The Definitive History of Human Decisions.' Introduction by Francis Fitzgerald.

921.) PORTER, GARETH: ->A Peace Denied: The United States, Vietnam and the Paris Agreement. Ex-library, a
v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

5075.) PORTER, GARETH: ->Vietnam: The Politics of Bureaucratic Socialism. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca,
NY, 1993. 1st Edition 227 pgs., $6 Heavy underling, o/w a v/g copy. The book is an analysis of Communist
Vietnam's political system in which the author examines the evolution of the system from 1945 through the 1986-
1990 period of economic liberalization and cautious political reform.

5553.) POST, KEN: ->Revolution, Socialism and Nationalism In Viet Nam, Volumes I-IV. HC:Wadsworth Publishing
Co.: Belmont, CA, 1989. 1530 pgs., $75 All four volumes are very fine copies.

8509.) POWELL, MARY REYNOLDS: ->A World of Hurt: Between Innocence and Arrogance in Vietnam.
PB:Greenleaf Enterprises: Chesterland, OH, 2000. 1st Edition 171 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.
Memoir of an Army nurse who served at the 24th Evacuation Hospital in Long Binh during 1970-71.

925.) POWERS, THOMAS: ->The War At Home: Vietnam and the American People, 1964-1968. HC:Grossman
Publishers: New York, 1973. 1st Edition 348 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author argues that the
net effect of the anti-war movement was to cause President Johnson to seek a policy of disengagement in Vietnam..
He sees this a being a triumph of ordinary people with no authority but who brought change due to their belief and
commitment.
23314.) PRADOS, Eds. JOHN and MARGARET PRATT PORTER:->Inside the Pentagon Papers. HC:University Press
of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2004. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book focuses on the back
story of the Pentagon Paers and the resulting court cases. Draws upon oral histories and classified documents
realated to the case.
21564.) PRADOS, JOHN: ->Lost Crusader: The Secret Wars of CIA Director William Colby. HC:Oxford University
Press: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 380 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Not all of the book deals
with Vietnam, but it does cover the overthrow of Diem, the Phoenix program and the fall of Saigon.

927.) PRADOS, JOHN: ->The Sky Would Fall: Operation Vulture: The Secret U.S. Mission to Vietnam, 1954. HC:Dial
Press: New York, 1983. 2nd Edition 242 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An account of the plan to aid the
French at Dien Bien Phu through the use of air power. Though not implemented, the author argues that the
formulation of this plan led our government to take unprecedented steps, steps that led inexorably to our
involvement in the Vietnam War.
928.) PRASHKER, IVAN: ->Duty, Honor, Vietnam: Twelve Men of West Point Tell Their Stories. HC:Arbor House:
New York, 1988. 1st Edition 428 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

23802.) PRATT, Compiler JOHN CLARK: ->Vietnam Voices: Perspectives On the War years, 1941-1975.
PB:Univeristy of Georgia Press: Athens, GA, 1999. 694 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

929.) PRATT, JOHN CLARK: ->Vietnam Voices: Perspective On the War Years, 1941 to 1982. HC:Viking Press: New
York, 1984. 1st Edition 706 pgs., $7.5 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1984. 1st Edition 706 pgs., $5 Foxing of page
edges, a good plus copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has tear on bottom edge of spine that has been repaired. Wraps a trade
ed., foxing of page edges, o/w a v/g copy.opy.
28455.) PRESTON, ANDREW: ->The War Council: McGeorge Bundy, the NSC, and Vietnam. A mint copy in a
mint d/j. Author examinies the role of McGeroge Bundy and the National Security Council and holds the
policymakers escalated the Vietnam conflict in the face of internal opposition and external pressures.

5165.) PROCHNAU, WILLIAM: ->Once Upon a Distant War: David Halberstam, Neil Sheehan, Peter Arnett--Young
War Correspondents and Their Early Vietnam Battles. HC:Times Books: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 546 pgs., $3.95
Nameplate on inside cover, o/w a v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An account of the reporters who were critical of
the Vietnam War in the early days.
9655.) PRUDEN, Jr. WESLEY: ->Vietnam: The War. PB:National Observer: Silver Spring, MD, 1965. 157 pgs., $56
Wraps trade size ed., some cracking of spine, o/w a good only copy. The is a 'Newsbook' published by the National
Observer on the Vietnam War and it represents an early in depth report on the Vietnam War by a national media
organization.
7940.) PUBLIC PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENT: ->Public Papers of the United States: Lyndon Johnson 1968-69, Part
II. HC:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1970. 740 pgs., $12 A v/g copy. Covers the period of July 1,
1968 to January 20, 1969.

3325.) PULLER, Jr. LEWIS B.: ->Fortunate Son. HC:Grove Weidenfeld: New York, 1991. 4th Edition 389 pgs., $1.99
A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An autobiography by the son of Marine General Lewis Puller. He committed

7559.) PYE, LUCIAN: ->Observations on the Chieu Hoi Program. PB:Rand Corporation: Santa Monica, CA, 1969.
31 pgs., $4 Wraps monograph, a mint copy. Study was conducted in July of 1965 and at that point, over 21,000
Vietnamese had responded to Open Arms Program.

21391.) PYLE, RICHARD and HORST FAAS: ->Lost Over Laos: A True Story of Tragedy, Mystery, and Friendship.
HC:Da Capo Press: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 276 pgs., $2.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in
a fine d/j. Richard Pyle and Horst Fass visited the crash site in 1998 where four combat photographers: Larry Burrows,
Henri Huet, Kent Porter, and Keisaburo Shimamoto were killed in 1971 during Operation Lam Son 719, the
incursion into Laos on the part of the South Vietnamese forces. They give their account of the lives of these combat
photographers in Vietnam and the visit to the site where they were killed. Though it is popular to bash the media
coverage of the Vietnam War, it needs to be noted that over 135 reporters and combat photographers on both sides
were killed or became missing in action. This large number was as a result of fights the press engaged in at bars
and brothels in Saigon but was due to the fact that they were out in field covering the troops in combat operations.

21465.) QUINN-JUDGE, SOPHIE: ->Ho Chi Minh: The Missing Years. HC:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA,
2003. 1st Edition 300 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. This book explores Ho's pre-power political career, from
his emergence at the Paris peace Conference in 1919 to his organization of the Viet Minh united front at the start of
the Second World War.
931.) RACE, JEFFREY: ->War Comes To Long An: Revolutionary Conflict In a Vietnamese Province. PB:University
of California Press: Berkeley, 1973. 9th Edition 299 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. A classic study on
revolutionary conflict in Long An province, covering events from 1954 to 1965 with an analysis on how the situation
stood in 1968 and 1970.
932.) RADER, DOTSON: ->I Ain't Marchin' Anymore. PB:Paperback Library: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 160 pgs.,
$10 Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Cover blurb states author is the Eldridge Cleaver of the 'white new left.'

933.) RADVANYI, JANOS: ->Delusion and Reality: Gambits, Hoaxes and Diplomatic One-Upmanship in Vietnam.
HC:Gateway Editions, Ltd.: South Bend, In., 1978. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
Author served as Charge d'Affaires of the Hungarian Embassy in Washington from 1962 until his defection in 1967.
He recounts how Moscow and its client states fostered misleading reports to encourage bombing pauses that would
enable North Vietnam to speed up its infiltration and resupply of forces in the South.

7223.) RAMIREZ, JUAN: ->A Patriot After All: The Story of a Chicano Vietnam Vet. HC:University of New Mexico
Press: Albuquerque, NM, 1999. 1st Edition 179 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a Marine

934.) RAMPARTS EDITORS with BANNING GARRETT and KATHERINE BARKLEY:->Two, Three...Many Vietnams:
A Radical Reader On the Wars In SEA and the Conflicts At Home. PB:Canfield Press: San Francisco, 1971. 272
pgs., $1.99 Wraps, a trade ed., a v/g copy.

3063.) RAMPARTS MAGAZINE, EDS.: ->A Vietnam Primer. PB:Ramparts: San Francisco, Ca., 1967. 96 pgs., $7.5
This edition has a picture of Donald Duncan on front saying 'I quit.' Penciled marking on page edge, o/w a v/g
copy. This publication consists of 8 articles published by Ramparts Magazine from 1965 to 1966.

26699.) RAMSEY, III ROBERT D.: ->Advising Indigenous Forces: American Adviros in Korea, Vietnam, and El
Salvador. PB:Combat IStudies Institute Press: Fort Leavenworth, KS, 2006. 173 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint
copy. This is Occasional Paper 18 in the Global War on Terrorism series.

5147.) RAND STUDIES: ->The Lessons of the War in Indochina. PB:Rand Corporation: Santa Monica, CA, 1967.
411 pgs., $29.5 Wraps monograph in a comb binding, a mint copy. This is volume two of a three volume study
issued by the Commander in Chief of French forces in Indochina. Volume I dealt with high level politico-military
issues, this volume provides a summary of the experience of the war, and volume seeks to deduce guidance from
this experience. V.J. Croizat translated this study from the French.

2628.) RANDLE, ROBERT F.: ->Geneva 1954: The Settlement of the Indochinese War. HC:Princeton University
Press: Princeton, N.J., 1969. 639 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An excellent study on the Geneva
27466.) RANDOLPH, STEPHEN P.; ->Powerful and Brutal Weapons: Nixon, Kissinger, and the Easter Offensive.
HC:Harvard University Press: Cambridge, 2007. 1st Edition 401 pgs., $15 Signed by author, a mint copy in a mint
d/j. A book that reveals the decisions make by the Vietnamese Politburo and the Nixon White House in respect to the
Easter Offensive, the last major campaign of the Vietnam War. Provides an excelent background of the last years
of U.S. military involvement within Vietnam.

285.) RASKIN, Eds. MARCUS G. and BERNARD FALL: ->The Viet-Nam Reader: Articles and Documents On
American Foreign Policy and the Viet-Nam Crisis. HC:Random House: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 415 pgs., $12
PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1967. REV. Edition 526 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $10.00, a v/g
copy without d/j.. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy.


20803.) RATHER, Eds. JULIA D. and JEFFREY MICHAEL DUFF:->Register of Vietnam War Casualties From
Kentucky. PB:Public records Division: Frankfort, KY, 1988. 216 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This
work was compiled by the Military Records and Research Library of the Department of Military Affairs at Frankfort,
Kentucky. Records were obtained from the Department of Defense.

25491.) RAWLINGS, Ed. SALLY: ->Phantoms Over Vietnam: US Navy F4 Phantoms, 1965-1973. HC:Osprey
Publishing Ltd.: Oxford, UK, 2002. BC Edition 194 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a lamianted cover.. Contributors
include Robert Dorr, Peter Mersky, Angelo Romano, Nick Stroud, and Don Willis. Well illustrated with substantive
text..
5969.) RAWLS, Ed. WALTON: ->Offerings At the Wall: Artifacts From the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection.
PB:Turner Publishing, Inc.: Atlanta, 1995. 1st Edition 288 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade edl., a v/g copy Preface written by
Thomas B. Allen. Photos of artifacts are all in color.

939.) RAY, Ed. SIBNARAYAN: ->Vietnam Seen From East and West: An International Symposium. HC:Frederick A.
Praeger Pub.: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 192 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j, Contributors to the book
include P.J. Honey, Hoang Van Chi, Tiao Somsanith, Robert A. Scalapino.


938.) RAY, MICHELE: Translated by ELISABETH ABBOTT:->The Two Shores of Hell. HC:David McKay Co.: New
York, 1968. 217 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an account of a French journalist's life among the
Vietcong and G.I.'s in Vietnam. Title originally published in France in 1967 by Robert Lafont under the title 'Des
deux rives de l'enter.'
3390.) RAYLE, JAMES F.: ->Stay Out of the Wheat Field. PB:American Vision Publishing: Findlay, Oh., 1993. 1st
Edition 269 pgs., $6 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Title was originally written as therapy by an enlisted man who
24948.) REARDON, CAROL: ->Launch the Intruders: A Naval Attack Squadron in the Vietnam War, 1972.
HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2005. 1st Edition 419 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.
The author chronicles the operations of Attack Squadron 75 that operated off the U.S.S. Saratoga during the
Linebacker campaigns.

6321.) REED, PAUL: ->Kontum Diary: Captured Writings Bring Peace to a Vietnam Veteran. HC:Summit Publishing:
Arlington, TX, 1996. 1st Edition 198 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Account of a Vietnam veteran who seeks
out the family of the Vietnamese soldier whose diary he had kept after returning to the states. He later found that the
soldier had not been killed as supposed and he visited him in Vietnam, going back to the site of where the battle of
Kontum took place.
29299.) REICH, DALE E.: ->Rockets Life Rain: A Year in Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of an
enlisted man who served in Vietnam, coming from a little town called Oconomowoc, WI. which lost 10 ken during

22695.) REILLY, THOMAS L.: ->Next of Kin: A Brother's Journey to Wartime Vietnam. HC:Barssey's Inc.: Dulles, VA,
2003. 1st Edition 271 pgs., $12 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. An account of a brother's journey to Vietnam to
find out how his brother serving in Vietnam died as the U.S. Army reported his death was not due to combat.

2630.) REISCHAUER, EDWIN O.: ->Beyond Vietnam: The United States and Asia. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York,
1967. 1st Edition 242 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Author served as Ambassador to Japan from 1961 to

8687.) RENDALL, IVAN: ->Rolling Thunder: Jet Combat From World War II to the Gulf War. PB:Dell Books: New
York, 2000. 1st Edition 383 pgs., $6.5 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. This book contains one chapter on the
946.) RESTON, JR. JAMES: ->Sherman's March and Vietnam. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1984. 1st
Edition 323 pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author draws parellels between the Vietnam experience
and our Civil War experience. A must for those having interests in both wars.


947.) RESTON, Jr. JAMES: ->The Amnesty of John David Herndon. HC:McGraw-Hill: New York, 1973. 1st Edition
146 pgs., $2.99 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1974. 208 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Account of a twenty-four year high school dropout of Appalachia background who went
AWOL from the army in 1970. He lived in Paris but came back to the United States in 1972 under the sponsorship of
Safe Return, a veterans' organization, to face the charge of desertion. The army simply gave a discharge for
dishonorable conduct. Reston tells Herdon's story just before he returned from Paris to the United States. The author
wrote an expanded edition to this title in 1974 and it was published in paperback only by Bantam Books.

34113.) REYES, ADELAIDA: ->Songs of the Caged, Songs of the Free. Wraps trade ed., number on enpaper &
date on title page written in, o/w a fine copy. An ethnographic study of music of Vietnamese refugees who fled their
country after the fall of Saigon in 1975. the music both look back to the past as wall as forward to new vietnamese-
American identities.American Music o er th study
4573.) RHOADES, Eds. DENNIS K, MICHAEL R. LEAVECK & JAMES C. HUDSON:->The Legacy of Vietnam
Veterans and Their Families--Survivors of War: Catalysts for Change. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington,
DC, 1995. 496 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

5295.) RHODES, MARVIN: ->Testify! Vietnam Veterans in Photographs and Interviews. PB:Rhodes Publishing
Project: Decatur, GA, 1985. 78 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A photo book of Vietnam veterans with brief
but concise text on their present situation and attitude toward their Vietnam experience.

22204.) RICE, Jr. EARL: ->Point of No Return: Tonkin Gulf and the Vietnam War. PB:Morgan Reynolds PUblishing:
Greensboro, NC, 2003. 144 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, an uncorrected proof copy, a mint copy. A book on the Gulf of Tonkin
incident and how it effected the course of the vietnam War. Written for Junior High students.

25155.) RICHARDSON, Jr. JOHN H.: ->My Father the Spy: An Investigative Memoir. HC:HarperCollins: New York,
2005. 1st Edition 314 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir of the son of the CIA station chief who was
recalled just prior to the coup against Diem.



804.) RIGG, ROBERT B.: ->How To Stay Alive in Vietnam. HC:Stackpole Books: Harrisburg, Pa., 1966. 1st Edition
95 pgs., $7.5 Writing on inside cover, o/w a v/g copy. Author served in Vietnam in 1963 and drew upon his

805.) RISNER, ROBINSON: ->The Passing of the Night: My Seven Years As a Prisoner of the North Vietnamese.
HC:Konecky & Konecky: Old Saybrook, CT, 1973. Rep. Edition 264 pgs., $3.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j..
Personal account of an Air Force pilot shot down over Vietnam and taken prisoner in 1965.

4039.) ROBERTS, ARCHIBALD E.: ->Peace By the Wonderful People Who Brought You Korea and Vietnam.
HC:Educator Publications: Fullerton, CA, 1972. 1st Edition 381 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Basically the book
is an anti-United Nations tract writen by an a former Army military officer.

806.) ROBERTS, CRAIG and CHARLES W. SADDER:->The Walking Dead: A Marine's Story of Vietnam. PB:Pocket
Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 238 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author served as a PFC with the
9th Marines starting in July of 1965.

3142.) ROBERTS, CRAIG: ->Combat Medic-Vietnam. HC:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. BC Edition 232 pgs., $12.5
PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 232 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps mass market ed.,
a v/g copy. Written by a Marine enlisted man who served in Vietnam. Book contains accounts of medics serving in
Vietnam based on oral histories and U.S. goverment documents.

24291.) ROBERTS, SHAWN and JODY WILLIAMS: ->After the Guns Fall Silent: The Enduring Legacy of
Landmines. PB:Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation: Washington, DC, 1995. 1st Edition 554 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. The book deals with the global landmine crisis.

807.) ROBINSON, Ed. ANTHONY: ->Weapons of the Vietnam War. HC:Gallery Books: New York, 1983. 1st Edition
139 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. More than just a picture, excellent text, Antony Preston writes on naval
aspect of the war, Ian V. Hogg on the land war and Robinson on the air war.


6962.) ROCHESTER, STUART and FREDERICK KILEY: ->Honor Bound: The History of American Prisoners of War
in Southeast Asia, 1961-1973. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, MD, 1999. 6th Edition 706 pgs., $15 A fine
copy in a fine d/j. This is a very definitive account of what happened to American prisoners of war during captivity in
Southeast Asia.
6025.) ROGERS, DALE EVANS: ->Salute to Sandy. HC:Fleming H. Revell Co.: Westwood, NJ, 1967. 117 pgs.,
$3.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has some chipping on top edge. Personal account by Dale Rogers of her son
Sandy who died in the service while stationed in Germany. While there, he sought to serve in Vietnam. Afterwards,
his parents entertained troops stationed there and saw this as a way of honoring their son who wanted to serve there.

25715.) ROLLINS, Eds. PETER C. and J. ELDON YATES: ->Journal of the Vietnam Veterans Institute, Volume 4,
November 1, 1995. PB:Vietnam Veterans Institute: Washingotn, DC, 1995. 109 pgs., $5 Wraps monograph, a very
fine copy. Issues covered in this issue are Vietnam in Academe, A New PTSD Treatment and Archives for Study.

5761.) ROLPH, HAMMOND: ->Vietnamese Communism and the Protracted War. PB:American Bar Association:
New York, 1971. 87 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This study was distributed by the American Bar
Association's Standing Committee on Education about Communism and Its Contrast with Liberty Under Law. The
committee states that it represents only the opinion of the author and is being distributed for information.

3165.) ROSENBERG, MILTON J., SIDNEY VERBA and PHILIP E. CONVERSE:->Vietnam and the Silent Majority:
The Dove's Guide. PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 162 pgs., $5 Wrasp mass market, a v/g copy.
Book contains a foreword by Senator McGovern. It seeks to persuade the American people to reject the war and call
for its termination through a political settlement.
3237.) ROSENBURGH, BOB: ->Snake Driver! Cobras in Vietnam. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 202
pgs., $6 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Story of the Cobra, its development and introduction into Vietnam
during the summer of 1967. Author interviewed 12 person who flew with the Cobra.

4811.) ROSSER-OWEN, DAVID: ->Vietnam Weapons Handbook. HC:Patrick Stephens Ltd.: Wellingborough, UK,
1986. BC Edition 136 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. This book includes details of all ground weapons used by
the opposing forces during the Vietnam War.

2636.) ROSTOW, W. W.: ->The Diffusion of Power: 1957-1972. HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1972. 1st
Edition 739 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

8046.) ROTTER, Ed. ANDREW J.: ->Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Vietnam War Anthology. PB:Scholarly
Resources, Inc.: Wilmington, DE, 1999. REV. Edition 440 pgs., $5.95 Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy. There are 39

28408.) ROTTMAN, G.: ->Viet Cong and NVA Tunnels and Fortifications of the Vietnam War. Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. Illustrated by C. Taylor, A. Mallinson, and L. Ray.

28409.) ROTTMAN, GORDON L.: ->Khe Sanh 1967-68: Marines Battle for Vietnam's Vital Hilltop Base. Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Illustrated by H. Gerrard & P. Dennis.

28410.) ROTTMAN, GORDON L.: ->special Forces Camps in Vietnam 1961-1970. PB:Osprey Publishing: New
York, 2005. 1st Edition 64 pgs., $15.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Illustrated by Chris Taylor.

967.) ROWE, JAMES N.: ->Five Years to Freedom. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 465 pgs., $4
Wraps a mass market ed., a good plus copy. Author served in the Special Forces and was captured. He escaped after
five years of captivity. In 1989, he was assassinated while serving in the Philippines.

5785.) ROWE, JR. JAMES: ->Love To All, Jim: A Young Man's Letters from Vietnam. PB:Strawberry Hill Press: San
Fancisco, CA, 1989. 125 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. These letters were written by Rowe, a young army
enlisted man, from October, 1967 until June, 1968 when he was killed while on patrol. Letters were edited and
published by his sister.
968.) ROY, JULES: Translated from the French by ROBERT BALDICK with introduction by NEIL->The Battle of
Dienbienphu. PB:Carroll & Graff Publishers: New York, 1989. 2nd Edition 344 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus
copy. . Title was originally published by Rene Julliard under the title La Bataille de Dien Bien Phu in 1963.

4512.) RUBIN, JERRY: ->Do It! PB:Simon & Schuster: New YOrk, 1970. 5th Edition 256 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed.,
creasing of front cover, o/w a v/g copy. A period piece of the 60's protesting everything. Rubin deals in this book with
a wide range of issues and not just the Vietnam War.

4812.) RUDENSTINE, DAVID: ->The Day the Presses Stopped: A History of the Pentagon Papers Case. HC:University
of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1996. 2nd Edition 416 pgs., $9.95 PB:Univeristy of California Press: Berkeley, CA,
1996. 2nd Edition 416 pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author is Associate
Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.

5515.) RUPEN, Eds. ROBERT A. and ROBERT FARRELL:->Vietnam and the Sino-Soviet Dispute. HC:Frederick A.
Praeger Publisher: New York, 1967. 120 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The papers presented in this book grew
out of a symposium on the theme 'Vietnam and the Sino-Soviet Dispute' held at the Institute for the Study of the
USSR in Munich, Germany in 1966.

5795.) RUSCIO, ALAIN: ->Dien Bien Phu: La Fin D'Une Illusion. PB:Editions L'Harmattan: Paris, 1987. 124 pgs.,
$19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
8653.) RUSCIO, ALAIN: ->Les communistes francais et la guerre d'Indochine, 1944-1954. PB:L'Harmattan: Paris,
1985. 422 pgs., $39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text.

970.) RUST, WILLIAM J.: ->Kennedy In Vietnam. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 252 pgs.,
$7.5 PB:Da Capo Press: New York, 1987. 252 pgs., $2.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g
plus copy. Author interviewed virtually all of the living principals at the time the book was being research and
documents that had been newly declassified at the time.
971.) RUTLEDGE, HOWARD and PHYLLIS with MEL and LYLA WHITE:->In the Presence of Mine Enemies: 1965-
1973. HC:Fleming H. Revell: Old Tappan, N.J., 1973. 124 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Account of a
Naval pilot who was a P.O.W. for sever years.

8701.) SACHS, DANA: ->The House on Dream Street: Memoir of an American Woman in Vietnam. HC:Algonquin
Books: Chapel Hill, NC, 2000. 1st Edition 348 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Memoir of a journalist who
went to Vietnam to live in the early nineties, then return in 1998 and wrote this memoir after returning.

974.) SACK, JOHN: ->The Man-Eating Machine. HC:Farrar Strauss & Giroux: New York, 1973. 1st Edition 177 pgs.,
$12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is an account of four men who has served in Vietnam and have returned home
to life with America which is dubbed the 'man-eating-machine.' One of the four men is Lieutentant Calley.


977.) SAFER, MORLEY: ->Flashbacks: On Returning to Vietnam. HC:Random House: New York, 1990. 2nd Edition
206 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A popular account of a return to Vietnam by a reporter who covered
7221.) SAGAR, D.J.: ->Major Political Events in Indo-China, 1945-1990. HC:Facts on File: New York, 1991. 230
pgs., $25 A fine copy in a fine d/j.

30132.) SAGER, MIKE: ->Wounded Warriors: Those For Whom the War Never Ends. PB:Da Capo Press: New York,
2008. 1ST Edition 261 pgs., $15.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of pieces of the lives of people for
whom the war does not end. One piece is on Vietnam veterans living in Thailand.

30286.) SALEMINK, OSCAR: ->The Ethnography of Vietnam's Central Highlanders: A Historical Contextualization,
1850-1990. A mint copy in a laminated cover. Study makes a significant contribution to the knowledge of ethnic

978.) SALISBURY, HARRISON E.: ->Behind the Lines-Hanoi: December 23-January 7. HC:Harper and Row: New
York, 1967. 1st Edition 243 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in v/g plus d/j. .

29744.) SALLAH, MICHAEL and MITCH WEISS: ->Tiger Force: A True Story of Men and War. HC:Little, Brown:
Boston, 2006. 1ST Edition 401 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of a force whose mission was to
seek enemy compounds and hiding places that bombing targets could be accurately targeted.

24504.) SANDBROOK, DOMINIC: ->Eugene McCarthy: the Rise and Fall of Postwar American Liberalism. HC:Alfred
A. Knopf: New York, 2004. BC Edition 397 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a fine d/j. An account of the political life of
Eugene McCarthy with three chapters dealing with campaign in 1968.

979.) SANSOM, ROBERT L.| ->The Economics of Insurgency in the Mekong Delta. PB:MIT Press: Cambridge,
MA`, 1971. 1st Edition 283 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A survey of the Mekong delta economy with
several chapters dealing with the Viet Cong and South Vietnamese government economies at war.

980.) SANTOLI, AL: ->Everything We Had. HC:Random House: New York, 1981. 2nd Edition 265 pgs., $7.5
PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1982. 235 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus
copy. The most popular oral history of the Vietnam War published to date. Book consists of accounts given by 33
American soldiers.
3460.) SANTOLI, AL: ->Leading the Way: How Vietnam Veterans Rebuilt the U.S. Military: An Oral History.
HC:Ballantine Books: New York, 1993. 2nd Edition 428 pgs., $7.5 PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1994. 1st Edition
409 pgs., $5 Review copy with review laid in, a fine copy, spine of d/j slightly faded, o/w a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a
mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Oral histories of fifty-six persons, ranging from Colin Powell to a Marine Master
Sergeant.

981.) SANTOLI, AL: ->To Bear Any Burden: The Vietnam War and Its Aftermath In Words of Americans and
Southeast Asians HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 367 pgs., $12 Review copy with review laid in
a v/g plus copy . D/J has wear tip of back cover, o/w a v/g d/j. Book consists of oral histories by Americans and
Southeast Asians and covers the different periods of the war from 1954 to 1975.
2638.) SARDESAI, D. R.: ->Indian Foreign Policy In Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, 1947-1964. HC:Univeristy of
California: Berkeley & Los Angeles, 1968. 336 pgs., $15 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book examines the role India
Inida played as Chairman of the International Control Commission and oprovides an analysis of Indian foreign policy
toward a region of interest to her and China.
20547.) SASSER, CHARLES W.: ->Raider. PB:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 319 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed., a mint copy. An account of the career of Galen Kittleson who performed more POW raids than any
oother American in history. He served in World War II and he was involved in the raid of Son Tay. 135 pages are
devoted to the Vietnam War and the raid on Son Tay.

984.) SATURDAY EVENING POST 1962, JAN. 6TH: ->Last Chance For Vietnam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy. A
7 page article written by Don Schanche.

987.) SATURDAY EVENING POST 1964, AUG. 22-28: ->Vietnam: Why Reds Keep Gaining. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4
Cover loose but taped back on, o/w a v/g reading copy. A seven page article by Stanley A. Karnow.

5802.) SATURDAY EVENING POST 1969, FEBRUARY 8th: ->Peace in Vietnam? PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4 A v/g copy.
Subject contains three articles, one by A.J. Langguth titled 'How Do We Get Out,' another by Joe McGinniss titled
'Three Came Home' and the third by Senator Fulbirght titled 'Where Do We Go From Here?'

3760.) SATURDAY EVENING POST, 1967 DECEMBER 16TH:->Journey to North Vietnam. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $4
Cover worn and paritally and teorn along spine, ow/a good plus copy. Account by journaoist David Schoenbrun who

3461.) SAUTER, MARK and JIM SANDERS:->The Men We Left Behind: Henry Kissinger, the Politics of Deceit and
the Tragic Fate of POWs After the Vietnam War. HC:National Press Books: Washington, D.C., 1993. 1st Edition 394
pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Written in the aftermath of the Senate Senate Committee on
POW/MIA Affairs. Authors claim that this committee covered up the true story on the POW/MIA issue in order to
protect Henry Kissinger and other U.S. officials. The authors claim to name the names of specific prisoners left
behind that was told to the committee in secret testmony by the Pentagon's top POW expert. Also, they allege to
uncover new evidence that some prisoners may have been secretly returned to the United States.

5017.) SCALES, Jr. ROBERT H.: ->Firepower in Limited War. PB:National Defense University Press: Washingotn,
D.C., 1990. 1st Edition 290 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Approximately 125 pages are devoted to the First

26175.) SCHALK, DAVID L.: ->War and the Ivory Tower: Algeria and Vietnam. PB:University of Nebraska Press:
Lincoln, NE, 2005. 258 pgs., $5.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author compares the role of the intellectual in
America in protesting the Vietnam War with the role of the intellectual in France protesting the Algerian war. This
edition has a new introduction by the author with prefaces by Benjamin Stora and George C. Herring.

995.) SCHEER, ROBERT: ->How the United States Got Involved in Vietnam: A Report to the Center for the Study of
Democratic.. PB:Center for Study of Democratic Institutions: Santa Barbara, Ca., 1966. 4th Edition 80 pgs., $1.99

8463.) SCHEER, ROBERT: ->Thinking Tuna Fish, Talking Death: Essays On the Pornography of Power. HC:Hill and
Wang: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 389 pgs., $10 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. This is a collection of 21 articles and
essays by Robert Scheer, five of which deal with the Vietnam War.

5232.) SCHELL, JOHNATHAN: ->The Time of Illusion. HC:Alfred A. Knoff: New York, 1975. 1st Edition 404 pgs.,
$2.99 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1976. 404 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A
reflective account by the author of President Nixon's years in office. He wrote a number of essays during this time as
a writer for the New Yorker and this book originated from these articles.

996.) SCHELL, JONATHAN: ->The Military Half: An Account of Destruction In Quang Ngai and Quang Tin.
HC:Random House: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 212 pgs., $3.99 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account of the
destruction of villages by air strikes and artillery fire.

998.) SCHEMMER, BENJAMIN F.: ->The Raid. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1976. BC Edition 276 pgs., $10 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. This is an account of the attempted rescue of POWs in 1970 at Son Tay prison, 23 miles outside

2643.) SCHLESINGER, Jr. ARTHUR M.: ->A Thousand Days: John F. Kennedy and His Times. HC:Houghton Mifflin
Co.: Boston, 1965. BC Edition 1087 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A good history written before Vietnam
became such a divisive issue, thus not a history written in retrospect.

1000.) SCHLESINGER, JR. ARTHUR M.: ->The Bitter Heritage: Vietnam and American Democracy, 1941-1966.
HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1967. 1st Edition 126 pgs., $2.95 PB:Fawcett Publications, Inc.: Greenwich, Ct.,
1967. REV. Edition 128 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy.

5861.) SCHLIGHT, JOHN: ->A War Too Long: The History of the USAF in Southeast Asia. PB:Air Force History and
Museums Program: Washington, DC, 1996. 110 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent overview and
critical assessment of the role of the Air Force in Southeast Asia.

1254.) SCHLIGHT, JOHN: ->The War In South Vietnam: The Years of the Offensive, 1965-1968. HC:Office of Air
Force History: Washington, D.C., 1988. 410 pgs., $3.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Title is part of the United
States Air Force in Southeast Asia series.

27337.) SCHMITZ, DAVID F.: ->The TET Offensive: Politics, War and Public Opinion. PB:Rowan & Littlefield:
Lanham, MD, 2005. 183 pgs., $18.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author argues that the media coverage of the
TET Offensive did not turn victory into defeat in Vietnam.

7246.) SCHNEIDER, CHES: ->From Classrooms to Clayrooms. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 276 pgs.,
$6.99 Wraps a mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a schoolteacher drafted 1969 and he served in the lst
Infantry Division, then later with the lst Cavalry.

2426.) SCHOENBAUM, THOMAS J.: ->Waging Peace and War: Dean Rusk in the Truman, Kennedy & Johnson
Years. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1988. 1st Edition 592 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j..

1002.) SCHOENBRUN, DAVID: ->Vietnam: How We Got In How To Get Out. HC:Atheneum: New York, 1968. 1st
Edition 214 pgs., $10 PB:Atheneum: New York, 1968. 4th Edition 214 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a
trade size ed., speckling outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. Author was on the faculty of Columbia University when he wrote
the book and he has served as a reporter and broadcaster. He lectured widely on campuses during the anti-war
movement.
25589.) SCHOENL, Ed. WILLIAM: ->New Perspectives On the Vietnam War: Our Allies' Views. PB:University Press
of America: Lanham, MD, 2002. 121 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book is divided in two parts, the first
being views during the Johnson years, the second being the Nixon-Ford years. Provides a section on Eurpean allies'
views and another on Asian allies' views.
6205.) SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINE, 1993, APRIL: ->Good Morning Vietnam. PB:: , . 31 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, cover
slightly creased, o/w a v/g copy. Total issue is devoted to the Vietnam War with the lead article oF two Americans
who cycle from Saigon to Hanoi and take anew look at an old war.

1004.) SCHOLL-LATOUR, PETER: ->Death In the Ricefields: An Eyewitness Account of Vietnam's Three Wars, 1945-
1979. HC:St. Martins Press: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 383 pgs., $25 PB:Penguin Books: New York, 1986. 383
pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Author a German correspondent who first
travelled to Vietnam on a French troopship in 1945. His accounts begin then and end in 1979 with visits to Laos and
Cambodia. The best descriptive journalistic account of the Three Indochina Wars to date. Book was first published
in 1979. Translated from the German by Faye Carney.

25400.) SCHOMP, VIRGINIA: ->America Voices from the Vietnam Era. HC:Benchmark Books: Tarrytown, NY, 2005.
134 pgs., $12.5 Library binding, a very fine copy. Book is for Junior High students and it part of a series that
explores American history through the voices of the people who lived it.

1005.) SCHRAG, PETER: ->Test of Loyalty: Daniel Ellsberg and the Rituals of Secret Government. HC:Simon &
Schuster: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 414 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An account of Daniel Ellsberg's trial.

5448.) SCHRAMM-EVANS, ZOE: ->A Phoenix Rising: Impressions of Vietnam. HC:Pandora: San Francisco, CA,
1996. 1st Edition 205 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Personal travel account by author in 1994.

4151.) SCHREADLEY, R.L.: ->From the Rivers to the Sea: The U.S. Navy in Vietnam. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 1992. 2nd Edition 418 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This is a single-volume history of
the U.S. Navy's twenty-five year involvement in Vietnam and it describes all naval operations at every level. Author
achieved the grade of commander in 1969 while serving as director of a special history project on the staff of
Commander Naval Forces Vietnam.
6250.) SCHULZINGER, ROBERT: ->A Time For War: The United States and Vietnam, 1941-1975. HC:Oxford
University Press: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 397 pgs., $4.95 A very fine copy in a fine d/j. Author was Professor of
History and Director of the International Affairs Programs at the Univerisity of Colorado at Boulder.

1009.) SCHURMANN, FRANZ, PETER DALE SCOTT and REGINALD ZEINIK:->The Politics of Escalation in
Vietnam: A Citizen's White Paper. PB:Fawcett World Library: Greenwich, Ct., 1966. 1st Edition 160 pgs., $5 Wraps,

31453.) SCHWENKEL, CHRISTINA: ->The American War in Contemporary Vietnam. PB:Indiana Univeristy Press:
Bloomington, IN, 2009. 1st Edition 264 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An excellent study on how the
American War is remembered today in Vietnam--in official and unofficial histories and in everyday life. She also
analyzes visual representations found in monumnets and martyrs' cemeteries, museums, photography and art
exhibits and battlefield tours.
20062.) SCIGLIANO, ROBERT and GUY H. FOX: ->Technical Assistance in Vietnam: The Michigan State University
Experience. HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 79 pgs., $15 A v/g copy. A critical
evaluation of the Michigan State involvement in Vietnam.

1011.) SCIGLIANO, ROBERT: ->South Vietnam: Nation Under Stress. PB:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston, 1964. 237
pgs., $6 Ex-library, a v/g plus copy. No d/j. An in depth analysis of the Diem regime with an epilogue on the coup

7237.) SCOTT, PETER: ->Lost Crusade: America's Secret Cambodian Mercenaries. HC:Naval Institute Press:
Annapolis, MD, 1998. 2nd Edition 194 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. An account the the role of the Khmer
Krom paramilitaries during the Vietnam War. Written by an advisor to the Khmer Krom.

7947.) SCRUGGS, Compiler JAN CRAIG: ->Why Vietnam Still Matters: The War and the Wall. PB:Vietnam
Veterans Memorial Fund: McLean, VA, 1996. 1st Edition 132 pgs., $6 Wraps mass market ed., a fine copy. Book
contains brief statements from over 50 persons on the Vietnam War, some being well known while other are not. A
very interesting work.
4731.) SCRUGGS, JAN C. and JOEL L. SWERDLOW:->To Heal a Nation: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1985. 1st Edition 414 pgs., $7.5 PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 415
pgs., $3.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This book tells the inside story of the
building of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Introduction by Howard K. Smith and there is an appendix that lists the
names of those 58,000 Americans who lost their lives in Vietnam. Jan Scrugs was a leader creating the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial.
3062.) SCRUGGS, JAN with editorial assistance from KIM MURPHY:->The Wall That Heals. PB:Vietnam Veterans
Memorial Fund: McLean, Va., 1992. 1st Edition 112 pgs., $6 Wraps, a mass market ed., a fine copy. Book contains a
number of personal accounts of persons and the role the Wall had in dealing with Vietnam experience. Author
started and directed the effort to create a memorial honoring those who served in Vietnam.

6624.) SCRUGGS, JAN: ->Writings On the Wall. PB:Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund: McLean, VA., n.d.. 113
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., a fine copy. Book contains a wide selection of random comments and observations
from Colonel Harry G. Summers, Jr. to George McGovern.


1012.) SCUTTS, JERRY: ->Wolf-Pack: Hunting MIGS Over Vietnam.. HC:Motorbooks International Publishers:
Osceola, WI, 1988. 1st Edition 138 pgs., $4.95 PB:Warner Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 166 pgs., $1.99 A v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Account of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing of the USAF in
Vietnam.
21814.) SEA CLASSIC MAGAZINE EDS., ->The U.S. Navy in Vietnam. PB:Challenge Publications, Inc.: Canoga
Park, CA, 1985. 114 pgs., $12 Wraps trade size magazine, a v/g copy. Contains 12 articles on the U.S. Navy during

23247.) SEAH, AUDREY : ->Vietnam. HC:Marshall Cavendish Corporation: New York, 1994. 128 pgs., $6 Ex-
library, cover bound opposite of book pages, o/w a v/g copy. Ttile is part of Cultures of the World series written for

3296.) SEDDON, JAMES D.: ->Morning Glories Among the Peas: A Vietnam Veteran's Story. PB:Iowa State
University Press: Ames, IA, 1990. 1st Edition 139 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of an
Iowa farm boy who seeks to come to terms with the horror of his Vietnam War experience.

9802.) SEIPLE, ROBERT: ->A Missing Peace, Vietnam: Finally Healing the Pain. HC:InterVarsity Press: Downers
Grove, IL, 1992. 1st Edition 194 pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Book is written by the preisdent of
World Vision, a Christian worldwide relief and development agency. He served in Marine combat pilot in Vietnam.

2835.) SEVY, Ed. GRACE: ->The American Experience in Vietnam: A Reader. HC:University of Oklahoma Press:
Norman, Ok., 1989. 1st Edition 319 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An anthology consisting of three parts, 1.
the debate of why we went in and stayed so long, 2. the military in Vietnam and 3. the role of the press during the
war.
1019.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->Bitter Victory. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1986. 1st Edition 309 pgs., $2.99 A v/g
plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Written by a veteran news reporter who returned to Vietnam tne years after Hanoi's victory

1020.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->The Lost Revolution. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1965. 1st Edition 404 pgs., $12.5
PB:Harper & Row: New York, 1966. REV. Edition 406 pgs., $4 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

1021.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->The Road From War: Vietnam 1965-1970. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1970. 1st
Edition 368 pgs., $2.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. An excellent account for the period cover as Shaplen
covers in detail the internal political chaos within the Saigon goverment, the confrontation in Paris as well as the war
being waged in the South by Hanoi.
2429.) SHAPLEN, ROBERT: ->Time Out of Hand: Revolution and Reaction In Southeast Asia. HC:Harper & Row:
New York, 1969. 465 pgs., $1.99 Soiling top & bottom edges, foxing of about 90 pages in two sections of book
due to poor quality of paper which is the case of every copy I have seen, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

3717.) SHAPLEY, DEBORAH: ->Promise and Power: The Life and Times of Robert McNamara. A v/g plus copy in
a v/g d/j. A definitive work on McNamara with the bulk of the book dealing with his service as Secretary of Defense.

1022.) SHARP, ULYSSES S. GRANT: ->Strategy For Defeat: Vietnam In Retrospect. HC:Presidio Press: San Rafael,
Ca., 1978. 2nd Edition 324 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Admiral Sharp is critical of the civilian leadership
during the war, describing it as 'fighting a war with one hand tied behind our backs.'

1023.) SHARP, USN ADMIRAL U.S.G. and GENERAL W.C. WESTMORELAND, USA:->Report On the War In
Vietnam (As of 30 June 1968). PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1968. 347 pgs., $29.5 Wraps, a
digital photocopied reprint of the study in spiral binding. Report contains two sections, one on the air and naval
campaigns against North Vietnam and the Pacific Command-wide support of the and (2) report on opetaions in
South Vietnam. Period covered is January 1964-June 1968. In addition, I have added to the sutdy a 34 page
index that was printed separately by the Government Printing Office at the time the study was first published.


26174.) SHAW, JOHN M.: ->The Cambodian Campaign: The 1970 Offensive and America's Vietnam War.
HC:University of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2005. 1st Edition 222 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author argues
that the 1970 Cambodian campaign effectively precluded any major North Vietnamese military operations for over a
year.
903.) SHEEHAN, NEIL, E. W. KENWORTHY, FOX BUTTERRFIELD, and HEDERICK SMITH:->Pentagon Papers: New
York Times Edition. Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. D/J had been kept in a mylar cover so it is clean and
1024.) SHEEHAN, NEIL: ->A Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann and America In Vietnam. HC:Random House: New
York, 1988. BC Edition 861 pgs., $2.99 PB:Random House: New York, n.d.. 861 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a
v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a fine copy. Written by a noted Vietnam reporter who focused on John Paul
Vann who served as an early advisor in Vietnam and became outspoken in his criticism of the conduct of the
Vietnam War.

3034.) SHEEHAN, NEIL: ->After the War Was Over: Hanoi and Saigon. HC:Random House: New York, 1992. 2nd
Edition 131 pgs., $10 PB:Vintage Books: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 131 pgs., $5 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps
trade ed., a fine copy. Book is an account of the author's trip to Vietnam in 1989 when he visited Hanoi and Saigon.
In Saigon, he tracks down old acquaintances. Portions of this book appeared in the New Yorker in different form in
1991.
1025.) SHEEHAN, NEIL: ->The Armheiter Affair. HC:Random House: New York, 1971. 2nd Edition 304 pgs., $3.95
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.. Account of a Lieutenant Commander Marcus Aurelius Arnheiter being relieved of his
command of a destroyer escort off the coast of Vietnam in 1966.

1026.) SHEEHAN, SUSAN: ->Ten Vietnamese. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1967. 1st Edition 204 pgs., $10 Ex-
library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

1027.) SHELDON, WALTER J.: ->Tigers In the Rice: The Story of Vietnam >From Ancient Past to Uncertain Future.
HC:Crowell-Collier Press: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 133 pgs., $12.5 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g
copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $10.00, ex-library, a v/g copy. Written for Junior High students giving a good
historical overview of Vietnam.


1028.) SHEPARD, ELAINE: ->The Doom Pussy. HC:Trident Press: New York, 1967. 3rd Edition 300 pgs., $1.99
Remainder mark top edge, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is on night fliers over North Vietnam who wore 'Doom
Pussy' patch. Author was a correspondent.

3438.) SHEPPARD, DON: ->Riverine: A Brown-Water Sailor in the Delta, 1967. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA,
1992. 326 pgs., $15 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Memoir of a Gamewarden who commanded the river boats
'U.S. Navy PBR's' on the Bassac River in South Vietnam in 1967.

22400.) SHIBATA, SHINGO: ->Lessons of the Vietnam War: Philosophical Considerations on the Vietnam
Revolution. HC:B. R. Gruner Publishing Co.: Amsterdam, 1973. 229 pgs., $19.5 A v/g plus copy. The author was
professor of Hosei Univeristy in Tokya at the time of the book's publication. He was supportive of what he labels the
Vietnamese Revolution led by Ho Chi Minh.
5562.) SHIRAISHI, MASAYA: ->Japanese Relations With Vietnam: 1951-1987. PB:Southeast Asia Program Cornell
University: Ithaca, NY, 1990. 164 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

810.) SHOOK, JOHN H.: ->One Soldier. HC:Bantam Books: New York, 1986. BC Edition 339 pgs., $12 A v/g plus
copy in a v/g plus d/j. Account by an enlisted man of his basic training, quitting OCS and then his tour in Vietnam as

8047.) SHULTZ, Jr. RICHARD H.: ->The Secret War Against Hanoi: Kennedy's and Johnson's Use of Spies,
Saboteurs, and Covert Warriors in North Vietnam. HC:Harper Collins: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 408 pgs., $3.99
A fine copy in a fine d/j. The study focuess on the Pentagon's Special Operations Group, operating under the cover
name of Stuides and Observation Group. Based on declassified SOG documents and interviews with SOG officers
who operated these program and senior officials who directed this war. An excellent study.

7321.) SIDEL, MARK: ->Old Hanoi. HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1998. 72 pgs., $19.95 A mint copy.
Title is part of the Images of Asia series, contains 20 black and white photos and 21 color photos.

3295.) SIMMONS, EDWIN H.: ->The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War: Marines. HC:Bantam Books: New York,
1987. BC Edition 158 pgs., $3.99 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 158 pgs., $1.99 A fine copy in a
v/g plus d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Author was a Brigadier General in the Marines and served two
tours in Vietnam. He is author of 'The United States Marine Corps, 1775-1975. As with other books in this series, it is
well illustrated and accompanied with an informative text.

6385.) SIMONS, DONALD L.: ->I Refuse: Memories of a Vietnam War Objector. PB:Broken Rifle Press: Trenton, NJ,
1992. 181 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A personal memoir of a conscientious objector during the
20809.) SIMONS, FRANK D.: ->You Don't Cry for Heroes: The POW Dilemma. PB:Civil Fact Finding Commission:
Rochester, IN, 1988. 196 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a v/g plus copy. Author argues that POWs were
left behind in Vietnam and Laos.


936.) SIMONS, WILLIAM E.: ->Coercion In Vietnam? PB:Rand Corporation: San Monica, Ca., 1969. 111 pgs.,
$8.5 Monograph format, a v/g plus copy. Author examines the public record of the first half of 1965 to determine
whether U.S. air strikes against North Vietnam represented an attempt at military coercion.

23248.) SIMPSON, HOWARD R.: ->Bush Hat, Black Tie: Adventures of a Foreign Service Officer. HC:Brassey's:
Dulles, VA, 1998. 1st Edition 206 pgs., $6 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author served in Vietnam during the early
years with Conien and Lansdale. However, most of the book covers his many other assignments.

2652.) SIMPSON, III CHARLES M.: ->Inside the Green Berets. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1983. BC Edition 236
pgs., $2.5 PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1984. 11th Edition 258 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author spent 9 of his 30 year Army career with U.S. Army Special Forces. From 1969-71
he was directly responsible for a Special Forces Group with operational and planning responsibilities for all of Asia.

6867.) SINAIKO, Ed. EVE: ->Vietnam: Reflexes and Reflections: The National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum.
HC:Harry N. Abrams, Inc.: New York, 1998. 256 pgs., $6 Remainder mark top edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very
fine d/j. The book is sponsored by the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum located in Chicago. Book contains
307 illustrations, including 123 plates in full color. For those visiting Chicago, it is located at 1801 South Indiana
Avenue and I would highly recommend your visiting it.
950.) SINGLAUB, JOHN K. with MALCOLM McCONNELL:->Hazardous Duty: An American Soldier In the Twentieth
Century. HC:Summit Books: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 574 pgs., $4.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book covers
Singlaub's OSS days behind enemy lines in Europe & Asia, then his heading CIA operations in postwar Manchuria.
Korea follows and then Vietnam where he manages a secret war along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. He also tells of his
work with the Contras.
951.) SIVARAM, M.: ->The Vietnam War: Why? HC:Charles E. Tuttle: Rutland, VT, 1966. 4th Edition 175 pgs., $6
PB:Charles E. Tuttle: Rutland, VT, 1968. 8th Edition 175 pgs., $4 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade
size ed., a v/g copy. Author an Indian journalist.

8539.) SKOLNICK, JEROME H.: ->The Politics of Protest. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1970. 4th Edition 419
pgs., $5 Wraps mass market ed., foxing of page tips, o/w a v/g copy. This is a report prepared for the National
Commission on the Causes and Prvention of Violence.

3969.) SMALL, Eds. MELVIN and WILLIAM D. HOOVER:->Give Peace A Chance: Exploring the Vietnam Antiwar
Movement. Ex-library, a v/g plus copy. No d/j. Book relies heavily on oral histories and the editors give brief
introudctions to these histories. There is a Foreward by George McGovern.

26172.) SMALL, MELVIN: ->At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War. HC:Ivan R. Dee: Chicago,
2005. 1st Edition 241 pgs., $12.5 Review copy with review laid in, a mint copy in a mint d/j. Author explores how
partisan considerations influenced the policies of Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon in regard to Vietnam.



3992.) SMITH, GARY D. and ALAN MAKI:->Death in the Jungle: Diary of a Navy SEAL. HC:Paladin Press: Boulder,
CO, 1994. 332 pgs., $12.5 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1996. 2nd Edition 321 pgs., $5.99 Wraps a mass market ed., a
fine copy. Book is an account of Gary Smith who served 32 months in Vietnam and engaged in 257 combat
missions.
5171.) SMITH, GARY R. and ALAN MAK ->Death in the Delta: Diary of a Navy Seal. PB:Ivy Books: New York,
1996. 1st Edition 240 pgs., $5.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. This book covers the author's third and fourth

5170.) SMITH, GARY R.: ->Master Chief: Diary of a Navy Seal. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 308 pgs.,
$5.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. in this book, the author recounts his fifth tour in Vietnam as a SEAL.

4043.) SMITH, GEORGE E.: ->P.O.W.: Two Years With the Vietcong. HC:Ramparts Press: Berkeley, CA, 1971. 1st
Edition 304 pgs., $25 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account of a Special Forces Sergeant who was captured in 1963 and
released two years later by Vietcong as a gesture in honor of Norman Morrison, the Quaker pacifist who immolated
himself on the steps of the Pentagon. He gives an interesting account of the time he spent with his captors in spite
of its ideological bias.
8251.) SMITH, GEORGE W.: ->The Siege at Hue. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 270 pgs., $6
Wraps a mass market ed., a very fine copy. Auhor served as an information advisor to South Vietnam's lst Infantry
Division who was charged with monitoring the huge civilian press corps that descended on Hue during the TET
Offensive.
7112.) SMITH, JOHN: ->The Linebacker Raids: The Bombing of North Vietnam, 1972. HC:Arms and Armour:
London, 1998. 224 pgs., $10 PB:Cassell & Co.: London, 2000. 224 pgs., $5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. A history of the Linebacker raids over North Vietnam.

954.) SMITH, JULIAN: ->Looking Away: Hollywood and Vietnam. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New York, 1975. 1st
Edition 236 pgs., $4.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author's view is that Hollywood chose to ignore Vietnam unlike
other wars. Being written in 1975, it does not view the great films on vietnam that came after the Vietnam War.

955.) SMITH, MRS.GORDON H.: ->Victory in Viet Nam. HC:Zondervan Publishing House: Grand Rapids, Mi., 1966.
1st Edition 246 pgs., $2.99 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. Author had been a missionary in Indochina since
1929 when she wrote this book. She had previously written two books on her work, one being of her work among the
Rhade tribal people in Cambodia. The victory she speaks of is a religious one rather than a political or military one.


957.) SMITH, R.B.: ->An International History of the Vietnam War, Volume I: Revolution Versus Containment, 1955-
61. PB:St. Martins Press: New York, 1983. 301 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.
958.) SMITH, R.B.: ->An International History of the Vietnam War, Volume II, The Struggle For South-East Asia,
1961-65. HC:St. Martins Press: New York, 1985. 429 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This volume

2781.) SMITH, R.B.: ->An International History of the Vietnam War, Volume III: The Making of a Limited War, 1965-
66. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1991. 490 pgs., $19.5 Name on enpaper, ligth foxing outer edge, o/w a v/g
copy in a v/g d/j.plus d/j. D/J has been kept in a mylar cover This volume-the third in the series-explores the Vietnam
War into becoming an American War with an increasing American commitment while remaining limited. It looks
athe American decision-making during 1965-66 and at the evolution of Communist strategy in Moscow, Peking and
Hanoi. Furthur, it relates the conflict to events in the wider Asian perspective, and shows how China suffered a major
strategic setback throughout the region whereas the Soviet Union sought to make strategic gains in Asia with its
increased commitment to North Vietnam.

1029.) SMITH, RALPH: ->Viet-Nam and the West. HC:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1971. 206 pgs., $12.5
PB:Cornell University Press: Ithaca, N.Y., 1971. 1st Edition 206 pgs., $10 Ex-library, a v/g copy. Wraps trade ed., a
v/g copy. Author traces the development of Vietnamese nationalism and views the 'two' Vietnams at the time of the
book's writing as being two rival roads to modernity and outlines reasons as why 'peaceful co-existence between the
two has proven impossible. Book was first published in Great Britain in 1968.

1030.) SMITH, WINNIE: ->American Daughter Gone to War: On the Front Lines with an Army in Vietnam. HC:William
Morrow & Co.: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 352 pgs., $10 Remainder mark bttom edge, o/w a v/g plus copy in a
v/g plus d/j. Personal memoir of an Army nurse who went to Vietnam in 1965 and returned to a country that could
not comprehend her experience.
1053.) SNEPP, FRANK: ->Decent Interval: An Insider's Account of Saigon's Indecent End Told by the CIA's Chief
Analyst Viet. HC:Random House: New York, 1977. 7th Edition 590 pgs., $3.99 Remainder mark bottom edge,
inscription on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was CIA's Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam at the time of
the fall of Saigon. He served six years in Vietnam and this is the best account to date of what went on inside
Vietnam politically during the final years. His account of the fall of Saigon is most revealing and he was personally
involved in driving President Thieu to the airport. Needless to say, the CIA fought the publication of this book and
the author could not collect any royalties from it.

7885.) SNEPP, FRANK: ->Irreparable Harm: A Firsthand Account of How One Agent Took on the CIA in an Epic
Battle Over Free Speech. HC:Random House: New York, 1999. 2nd Edition 376 pgs., $7.5 PB:University of Kansas
Press: Lawrence, KS, 2001. 391 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An account of
what happened to him and to the public interest after his publication of his book 'Decent Interval.' In the 2001
paperback edition, Anthony Lewis provides a foreword.
9897.) SNOW, EDGAR: ->War and Peace in Vietnam. PB:Marzani & Munsell, Publishers: New York, 1963. 26 pgs.,
$5 Wraps trade ed., owner's name stamped on title page, o/w a v/g copy. This is a reprint from the author's book
'Other Side of the River' with new introduction by him.

28024.) SOFARELLI, MICHAEL: ->Letters On the Wall: Offerings and Remembrances from the Vietnam Veterans
Memorial. HC:Smithsonian Books: New York, 2006. 198 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book has a preface

2997.) SOISET, ROGER H.: ->The Two-Dollary Bill.
PB:Palmetto Bookworks: Columbia, S.C., 1993. 1st Edition 249 pgs., $9.5 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, a
fine copy. Stories of the author's experience in Vietnam as an army infantry officer from 1969-1970.

5958.) SOLIS, GARY: ->Son Thang: An American War Crime. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Maryland, 1997.
2nd Edition 340 pgs., $10 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 390 pgs., $5 A mint copy in a mint d/j.
Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Account of the trial of five Marines charged with the murder of sixteen women
and children at Son Thang-4 three months after William Calley was charged with the infamous massacre of civilians
at My Lai.
8513.) SOLOMON, RICHARD H.: ->Exiting Indochina: U.S. leadership of the Cambodia Settlement and
Normalization with Vietnam. PB:United States Institute of Peace Press: Washington, DC, 2000. 113 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. This book recounts the diplomacy that brought an end to great power involvement in
Indochina, including the negotiations for a UN peace process in Cambodia and construction of a 'road map' for
normalizing U.S.-Vietnam relations. Author served as assistant secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs from 1989-
1992.

4729.) SOLOTAROFF, PAUL: ->The House of Purple Hearts: Stories of Vietnam Vets Who Find Their Way Back.
HC:Harper Collins: New York, 1995. 1st Edition 204 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. This book tells the story of
the New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans that was founded by two Vietnam vets in 1989.

25642.) SON, CHU THAI, NGUYEN DAI LUONG, NGO DUC THINH, and MICHAEL C. HOWARD:->Patterns On
Textiles and Other Objects of the Ede and Mnong in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. PB:White Lotus Ltd.:
Bangkok, 2005. 163 pgs., $59.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides new information on the textiles of the
Edle and Monong tribal groups. It also discusses baskets and architectural decoration. It contains 209 color
photographs, maps, and drawings of patterns.
8189.) SON, Ed. PHAM VAN: ->The Viet Cong TET Offensive (1968). PB:Printing and Publications Center:
Saigon, 2000. REP. Edition 487 pgs., $35 Wraps, a photocopied reprint, a fine copy. This was a study prepared by
the Military History Division of the Joint General Staff of the RVNAF. Contains an introduction by General Cao
Van Vien. Translated from the Vietnamese by J5/JGS translation Board.

5999.) SONNENBERG, Eds. STEPHEN, ARTHUR S. BLANK, Jr., and JOHN A. TALBOTT:->The Trauma of War:
Stress and Recovery In Vietnam Veterans. HC:American Psychiatric Press, Inc: Washington, DC, 1985. 454 pgs.,
$25 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The book provides a scientific account of the psychological ravages of the
Vietnam War on the men and women who served there. It also evaluates effective modes of treatment and the
special readjustment needs of black, Hispanic, and women veterans.
32800.) SORLEY, Ed. LEWIS: ->The Vietnam War: An Assessment By South Vietnamese Generals. PB:Texas
Tech University Press: Lubbock, TX, 2010. 1st Edition 919 pgs., $54.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Dr. Sorley has
edited 17 monographs of South Vietnamese military generals that were written by them shortly after the end of the
Vietnam War that were spnsored by the Center of Military History. Their assessments made of the Vietnam War are
invaluable resources for anyone seeking to gain a fuller understanding of the Vietnam War.


24260.) SORLEY, Ed. LEWIS: ->Vietnam Chronicles: The Abrams Tapes, 1968-1972. HC:Texas Tech University
Press: Lubbock, TX, 2004. 2nd Edition 917 pgs., $39.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book is a transcription and
analysis of the more than 455 tape recordings made at Headquarters MACV during the years Abrams was in
command.
7380.) SORLEY, LEWIS: ->A Better War: The Unexamined Victories and Final Tragedy of America's Last Years in
Vietnam. HC:Harcourt Brace & Co.: New York, 1999. 1st Edition 507 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author
argues that the team of Abrams, Colby, and Bunker came very close to achieving the goal of a free and
independent South Vietnam.
3716.) SORLEY, LEWIS: ->Thunderbolt: General Creighton Abrams and the Army of His Times. HC:Simon and
Schuster: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 429 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Thirteen of the book's 27 chapters
deal with Vietnam. Author is a graduate of West Point and he served in Vietnam.

33970.) SORLEY, LEWIS: ->Westmoreland: The General Who Lost Vietnam. HC:Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 2011.
1St Edition 416 pgs., $23.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j

5584.) SPALDING, RICHARD D.: ->Centaur Flights. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 291 pgs., $6 Wraps
mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Memoir of a Cobra pilot who flew an AH-IG gunship as part of D Troop, 3rd
Squadron, 4th Cavalry, 25th Infrantry Division.

2832.) SPECTOR, RONALD H.: ->After TET: The Bloodiest Year in Vietnam. HC:Free Press: New York, 1992. 1st
Edition 390 pgs., $7.5 A fine copy in a fine d/j. Author gives an account of the war immediately after TET, arguing
that the fiercest battles of the Vietnam War came during that period. He served as a Marine in Vietnam at this time
as well.
1117.) SPECTOR, RONALD: ->Advice and Support: The Early Years of the U.S. Army in Vietnam: 1941-1960.
PB:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1985. 391 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w
a v/g copy. The best in depth account to date of our early involvement in Vietnam and that one can not separate the
military affairs from political affairs
5078.) SPENCER, DUNCAN: ->Facing the Wall: Americans at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. PB:Collier Books:
New York, 1986. 1st Edition 95 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A black & white photo book of persons visiting
the Vietnam Veteran Memorial. Photographs by Lloyd Wolf.

1056.) SPENCER, ERNEST: ->Welcome to Vietnam, Macho Man: Reflections of a Khe Sanh Vet. HC:Corps Press:
Martinez, Ca., 1987. 1ST Edition 179 pgs., $15 A mint copy in a mint d/j Author served as a Marine officer in
Vietnam and he was involved in the battle of Khe Sanh.

7014.) SPILLER, HARRY: ->Death Angel: A Vietnam Memoir of a Bearer of Death Messages to Families.
PB:Macfarland and Co.: Jefferson, NC, 1992. 244 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., owner's initial on enpaper, o/w a fine
copy. Author was a Marine who served in Vietnam, then he was assigned as a recruiter after his tour. One of his jobs
as a recruiter was also to notify families of the death of those killed in Vietnam. In some cases, the men killed were
those whom he had recruited.



3294.) SPOCK, BENJAMIN and MITCHELL ZIMMERMAN:->Dr. Spock on Vietnam. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New
York, 1968. 2ND Edition 96 pgs., $5 Wraps mass market,foxing of outer edges, o/w a v/g copy. This infamous doctor
seeks to answer the questions of 1. How Did We Get In? and 2. And How Do We Get Out?

23546.) ST. PIERRE, MART: ->Of Uncommon Birth: Dakota Sons in Vietnam. HC:Univeristy of Okhaloma Press:
Norman, OK, 2003. 1st Edition 283 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author weaves together the lives of
two young men from South Dakota who serve in Vietnam, one a young white middle-class American and the other a
young Lakota Indian.
2671.) STANDARD, WILLIAM L.: ->Agression: Our Asian Disaster. HC:Random House: New York, 1971. 1st Edition
228 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Introduction by Senator Wayne Morse. Author served as chairman of
Lawyers Committee on American Policy Toward Vietnam.

7215.) STANEK, MURIEL: ->We Came from Vietnam. HC:Albert Whitman & Co.: Morton Grove, IL, 1985. 36 pgs.,
$9.95 Library binding, a mint copy. An elementary school book, depicting a Vietnamese family living in Chicago,

1057.) STANTON, SHELBY L.: ->Green Berets At War: U.S. Army Special Forces In Southeast Asia: 1956-1975.
HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1990. BC Edition 360 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.

1058.) STANTON, SHELBY L.: ->Rangers At War: Combat Recon in Vietnam. HC:Orion Books: New York, 1992. 1st
Edition 382 pgs., $12.5 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 371 pgs., $5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. The first complete history of the U.S. Army Rangers in Vietnam. There is a
paperback edition titled 'Rangers At War: LRRPS In Vietnam.'

3470.) STANTON, SHELBY L.: ->The First Cav in Vietnam: Anatomy of a Division. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA.,
1987. 1st Edition 268 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author describes the lst Cav in terms of its
distinctive fighting concept and its role as modern cavalry.

1060.) STANTON, SHELBY L.: ->The Rise and Fall of an American Army: U.S. Ground Forces, Vietnam: 1965-1973.
HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1985. BC Edition 411 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Title describes all major
ground operations in the Vietnam War.

2672.) STAROBIN, JOSEPH R.: ->Eyewitness In Indo-China. HC:Greenwood Press: New York, 1968. REP. Edition
187 pgs., $15 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g plus copy. Author traveled behind Viet Minh lines in 1953 and he
interviewed Ho Chi Minh and General Giap. He was at the time a member of the UN press corps and he served as
Foreign Editor of the Daily Worker
5196.) STARR, Ed. JEROLD M.: ->The Lessons of the Vietnam War. HC:Center for Social Studies Education: ,
1988. 425 pgs., $15 A modular textbook in a three ring notebook along with a wraps trade ed. book with 355
pages. There are 12 units accompanied with a teacher's manual on strategies and resources for teaching the
Vietnam War.

1064.) STARRY, DONN A.: ->Armored Combat In Vietnam. HC:Arno Press: New York, 1980. 250 pgs., $3.95 A v/g
25762.) STATE DEPARTMENT BULLETIN: ->Secretary Rusk's News Conference and (2) Geographic Aspects of the
Struggle in Viet-Nam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1965. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Secretary's Rusk was held on August 27th, 1965.

28456.) STATLER, KATHRYN C.: ->Replacing France: The Origins of American Intervention in Vietnam.
HC:Univeristy Press of Kentucky: Lexington, KY, 2007. 1st Edition 378 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j
Drawing upon recently released archival material, the author examines how the United States came to assume
control as the dominant western power in Vietnam.
1066.) STAVINS, RALPH, RICHARD J. BARNET and MARCUS G. RASKIN:->Washington Plans An Aggressive War.
HC:Random House: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 374 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book is the result of an
intensive study carried on by members of the Institute for Policy Studies over a 20 month period.

8254.) STEER, JOHN: ->Faces I Tried to Forget. PB:New Leaf Press: Green Forest, AR, 1989. 1st Edition 144 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps trade ed., inscirbed by author, a v/g plus copy. Accoutt of a Vietnam veteran who became engaged in
Christian evangelistic work after coming to terms with his Vietnam experience.


19999.) STEERING COMMITTEE of the CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE FOR a VOTE ON the WAR:->The
Amendment to End the War. PB:Privateley printed.: , 1970. 26 pgs., $5 Wraps, name on cover, some underling of
pages, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another item. This is a report by the Steering Committee.

4814.) STEIBEL, GERALD L.: ->Communist Expansion in Indochina, Part I: The First Inodchina War and After..
PB:Southeast Asian Perspectives: New York, 1972. 59 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., slight water damage, o/w a good
plus copy. No postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a two part article appearing in the June and
December issues of Southeast Asian Perspectives in 1972, a a publication of American Friends of Vietnam. The
June issue also has an articles by Frank N. Trager on the Nixon Doctirne and Asian Policy.

1067.) STEIN, JEFF: ->A Murder in Wartime: The Untold Story that Changed the Course of the Vietnam War. HC:St.
Martins' Press: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 414 pgs., $4.95 Name of owner on title page, o/w a fine copy in a fine
d/j. A well researched book on the Green Berets charged with the killing of a double agent in 1969 even though the
subtitle gives it a note of sensationalism. This is unforunate as the book is a serious work. Author was serving as an
Army intelligence case officer in Vietnam when this case broke.
1068.) STEIN, JEFF: ->The Vietnam Fact Book. PB:Dell Publishing Co.: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. A question and answer book on the war with questions divided by subject.

9468.) STEINBECK, IV JOHN and NANCY: ->The Other Side of Eden: Life with John Steinbeck. HC:Prometheus
Books: Amherst, NY, 2001. 1st Edition 360 pgs., $25 A mint copy in a near mint d/j. D/J has small chip bottom
edge of spine. An autobiography by the son of the noted writer John Steinbeck. He served in Vietnam and relates
his Vietnam experience to his life. As with most vets, this exp;rerience was a defining moment in his life.

1069.) STEINBECK, IV JOHN: ->In Touch. HC:Alfred A.Knopf: New York, 1969. 1st Edition 202 pgs., $12 PB:Dell
Publishing Co.: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 190 pgs., $5 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass maarket
ed., a v/g copy. Author served a year in Vietnam beginning in June of 1966 with the Armed Forces Radio and
Television. His observations while there are very perceptive.

7914.) STEINBERG, BLEMA S.: ->Shame and Humiliation: Presidential Decision Making On Vietnam.
PB:University of Pittsburgh Press: Pittsburgh, PA, 1996. 397 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author
argues that Johnson and Nixon were psychologically insecure, given their childhoods and maturation, and this
accounted for their policies in respect to Vietnam. In contrast, Eisenhower was a psychologically secure and was,
therefore, able to carry out a careful and thoughtful analysis of the problem he faced in Indochina.


4111.) STEINBROOK, GORDON L.: ->Allies and Mates: An American Soldier with the Australians and New
Zealanders in Vietnam 1966-1967. HC:University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln, NE, 1995. 1st Edition 182 pgs., $20
A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Memoir of a young lieutenant in Vietnam who fought along aside Aussie and New
Zealanders.
5443.) STEINKAMP, ORREL ->The Holy Sprit in Viet Nam. HC:Creation House: Carol Stream, IL, 1973. 83 pgs., $6
A v/g plus copy. Account of missionary work in Vietnam.

22295.) STEINMAN, RON: ->Inside Televsion's First War: A Saigon Journal. HC:University of Missouri Press:
Columbia, MO, 2002. 1st Edition 262 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author recounts his tenure as
head of the NBC news bureau in Saigon from April 1966 until July 1968.

8924.) STEINMAN, RON: ->Women in Vietnam: The Oral History. HC:TV Books: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 271
pgs., $3.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book provides an oral history of 77 women who served in Vietnam. Author
served two years in Vietnam as NBC Bureau Chief.

21858.) STEPHEN, DONALD E.: ->Bait. PB:L & L Printing Service: St. Joseph, IL, 1986. 1st Edition 194 pgs.,
$12.5 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a v/g copy. Personal memoir of an enlisted person who served in Vietnam

27330.) STERLING, ELEANOR JANE, MARTHA MAUD HURLEY AND LE DUC MINH:->Vietnam: a Natural History.
PB:Yale University Press: New haven, CT., 2006. 1ST Edition 423 pgs., $19.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book
provides an authoriative survey of the geological, biological, and cultural diversity of Vietnam. Illustrations by
Joyce A. Powzyk.
6634.) STERN, LEWIS M.: ->The Vietnamese Communist Party's Agenda for Reform: A Study of the Eighth National
Party Congress. HC:McFarland & Co.: Jefferson, NC, 1998. 170 pgs., $15 A mint copy.

26044.) STEVENS, Ed. MICHAEL E.: ->Voices From Vietnam. PB:State Historical Society of Wisconsin: Madison,
WI, 1996. 255 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Collection tells the story of the war from the perspective of 92
Wisconsin men and women whos letters and diaries appear in this book.

7012.) STEVENS, ROBERT: ->Vain Hopes, Grim Realities: The Economic Consequences of the Vietnam War.
PB:New Viewpoints: New York, 1976. 1st Edition 229 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed, complimentary copy stamp on title
page, o/w a v/g copy. The book provides an analysis of the impact that the Vietnam War had on the U.S. economy.

20724.) STEVENSON, JONATHAN: ->Hard Men Humble: Vietnam Veterans Who Wouldn't Come Home. HC:Free
Press: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 228 pgs., $1.95 A mint copy in a fine d/j. The stories of a wide cast of
characters who stayed in Southeast Asia after the war was over for many different reasons.

3186.) STOFFEY, BOB: ->Cleared Hot: A Marine Combat Pilot's Vietnam Diary. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York,
1992. 1st Edition 320 pgs., $3.95 PB:St. Martin's Paperbacks: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 300 pgs., $1.99 Review
copy with a review laid in, a fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a fine copy. Personal memoir by
author who 2 tours as a Marine chopper pilot in Vietnam, flying Search and Rescue missions.

23569.) STONE, DAVID: ->Dien Bien Phu: 1954. PB:Brassey's: London, 2004. 1st Edition 128 pgs., $12.5 Wraps
trade ed., a mint copy. Title is part of Battles In Focus series.

3463.) STONE, I.F.: ->Polemics and Prophecies: 1967-1970. HC:Random House: New York, 1970. 2nd Edition 497
pgs., $12.5 PB:Little, Brown and Co.: Boston, 1970. 497 pgs., $8.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Some creasing of d/j on
front. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Book contains 65 of Stone's essays and articles from his Weekly and the
New York Review of Books. Most of the essays deal directly with the Vietnam War or other related issues during the
1967-1970 period.
4813.) STROUD, CARSTEN: ->Iron Bravo: Hearts, Minds, and Sergeants in the U.S. Army. HC:Bantam Books: New
York, 1995. 1st Edition 326 pgs., $2.99 PB:Bantam Books: New York, 1996. 1st Edition 355 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy
in a mint d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. A look at the Army as seen through the eyes of military lifer
named Dee Crane. He was a first sergeant in the famed Big Red One Infantry division in Vietnam. This book gives
an account of his career , including Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf War.

31677.) STUBBE, RAY WILLIAM: ->Khe Sanh: A Comprehensive Chronology. A photocpied reprint with color
contour map of Khe Sanh areea on front depicting key sites, a fine copy. This chronology covers up to November of
2005, telling of books and reunions by Khe Sanh veterans have held and of course key events during the battle
itself.. Author served as chaplain at Khe Sanh and he has been very active in activities of the Khe Sanh Khe Sanh
veterans organization and he has published two books about Khe Sanh.

31675.) STUBBE, WILLIAM: ->Battalion of Kings: A Tribute to Our Fallen Brothers Who Died Because of the
Battlefield of Khe Sanh, Viretnam. PB:Khe Sanh Veterans, Inc.: Wauwatosa, WI, 2008. 2nd Edition 497 pgs.,
$39.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint cop. The author served as a chaplainat Khe Sanh and in this work, he lists and
provides information all who were killed at Khe Sanh, including the circustances of their deaths. In additon, he
provides a background on Khe Sanh and the part it played in the Vietnam War. A must book for all interested in this
battle.

3299.) SULLIVAN, MICHAEL P.: ->The Vietnam War: A Study in the Making of American Policy. HC:University Press
of Kentucky: Lexington, Ky., 1985. 198 pgs., $10 A very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author attempts to show in this
book how the American experience in Vietnam must be understood as an integral part of the processes of both
American foreign policy and international politics.

1073.) SULLY, Ed. FRANCOIS: ->We the Vietnamese: Voices From Vietnam. HC:Praeger Publishers: New York,
1971. 270 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A collection of voices from both North and South Vietnam
from political leaders to the persons on the street. Marjorie Weiner Normand assisted in the editing. Sully was a
correspondent who covered the Vietnam Wars for 22 years until his tragic death in 1971.


1074.) SUMMERS, JR. HARRY G.: ->On Strategy: A Critcal Analysis of the Vietnam War. PB:Presidio Press:
Novata, CA., 1995. 225 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. One of the first books after the Vietnam
War that gained a wide audience in terms of providing a critical analysis of what went wrong with our approach to
the Vietnam War.
30270.) SUMMERS, Jr. HARRY G.: ->On Strategy: The Vietnam War In Context. PB:Strategic Studies Institute:
Carlisle Barracks, PA, 1982. 2nd Edition 137 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. After this printing, this title
with some revisons to the basic text was published commercially under the title On Strategy: A Critical Analysis of the
Vietnam War and it became a best seller as it represented the first critical analysis of the Vietnam War.

1075.) SUMMERS, Jr. HARRY G.: ->Vietnam War Almanac. HC:Facts On File Publications: New York, 1985. 1st
Edition 414 pgs., $5.99 PB:Facts On File: New York, 1985. 2nd Edition 414 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.

9660.) SUTTER, VALERIE O'CONNOR: ->The Indochinese Refugee Dilemma. HC:Louisana State University Press:
Baton Rouge, LA, 1990. 1st Edition 256 pgs., $2.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The book focuses on the foreign
policy and domestic interests of the countries involed with refugees: the Inodchinese states themselves, Thailand
other Southeast Asian countries, China, Russia, and the United States. The author also analyzes the Hungerian
refugee exodus of 1956 to provide a perspective from which to view the current refugee dilemma..

1076.) SWEARINGEN, RODGER and HAMMOND ROLPH:->Communism In Vietnam: A Documentary Study of
Theory, Strategy and Operational Practices. PB:American Bar Assoication: Chicago, IL, 1967. 195 pgs., $5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. Study sponsored by the Standing Committe On Education About Communism and Contrast
with Liberty Under Law,
22592.) SWIFT, EARL: ->Where They Lay: Searching for America's Lost Soldiers. HC:Houghton Mifflin Co.: Boston,
2003. 1st Edition 307 pgs., $3.95 PB:Bantam Press: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 307 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a
mint d/j. Wraps, a trade size ed., a fine copy. An excellent and critical account of efforts to recover and identify the
bodies of our soldiers killed during the Vietnam War. Author accompanied a Central Identification Laboratory team
into the Laotian jungles.
24152.) TAI, Ed. HUE-TAM HO: ->The Country of Memory: Remaking the Past In Late Socialist Vietnam.
PB:University of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 2001. 1st Edition 271 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The
essays in this volume detail the nuances, sources, and contradictions in both official and and private memory of the
Vietnam War, providing a provocative assessment of social and cultural change in Vietnam since the 1980s.

20485.) TAI, TA VAN: ->The Vietnamese Tradition of Human Rights. PB:Institute of East Asian Studies: Berkeley,
CA, 1988. 292 pgs., $17 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book provides a legal-social-political history of Vietnam and
the legal tradition of East Asia, reviewing this tradition in light of human rights issues being debated in contemporary
international law as well as in modern constitutional and criminal law of Western democracies.


8670.) TAN, CHU VAN: ->Reminiscences On the Army for National Salvation: Memoir of General Chu Van Tan.
PB:Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University: Ithaca, NY, 2000. REP. Edition 207 pgs., $24.5 Wraps a
photocopied reprint in softcard cover. Memoir of a Nung leader who played a critical role in the formative years of
the Viet Minh.
27565.) TANAKA, YOOOSHITAKA and NGUYEN VAN KE:->Edible Wild Plans of Vietnam: The Bountiful Garden.
PB:Orchid Press: Bangkok, 2007. 1st Edition 175 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains a total of
130 species of wild plants, describing their characteristics, distribution, use and efficacy. Each plants is illustrated
with a color photo.
1085.) TANHAM, GEORGE K. with W. ROBERT WARNE, EARL J. YOUNG and WILLIAM A.->War Without Guns:
American Civilians In Rural Vietnam. HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Pub.: New York, 1966. 2nd Edition 141 pgs., $10 A

1086.) TANHAM, GEORGE K.: ->Communist Revolutionary Warfare: The Vietminh in Indochina. Name on
enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. Book was originally published in 1961 under the title 'Communist Revolutionary Warfare:

7438.) TATUM, Ed. ARLO: ->Handbook for Conscientious Objectors. PB:Central Committee for Conscientious
Objectors: Philadelphia, PA, 1968. 10th Edition 100 pgs., $2.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
1088.) TAUBER, PETER: ->The Sunshine Soldiers. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 274 pgs., $6
Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. An account of Army Reserve training in 1971, focusing on the makeup of a
group who joined in order to avoid the draft.

5865.) TAX, Ed. SOL: ->The Draft: A Handbook of Facts and Alternatives. HC:Univeristy of Chicago Press: Chicago,
1967. 497 pgs., $12.5 Name on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy. This book is based on the Conference on the Draft, held
December 4-7, 1966 at the University of Chicago with the aid of a grant from the Ford Foundation. The book was
distributed by the Committee on Discussion and Debate of the National University Extension Association.


6234.) TAYLOR, Eds. K. W. and JOHN K. WHITMORE: ->Essays Into Vietnamese Pasts. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia
Program: Ithica, NY, 1995. 288 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains a collection of essays
demonstrating way to read the pasts of Vietnam through detailed analyses of its art, chronicles, legends, documents,
and monuments.


3039.) TAYLOR, JOHN M: ->General Maxwell Taylor: The Sword and the Pen. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York,
1989. 1st Edition 457 pgs., $1.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. A significant portion of this book deals with General
Taylor and his numberous roles in respect to Vietnam. The author is General Taylor's son.

4818.) TAYLOR, KEITH WELLER: ->The Birth of Vietnam. PB:Univesity of of California Press: Berkeley, CA, 1983.
3rd Edition 397 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g mint copy. Book covers the origins of the Vietnamese people
through eleven centuries of Chinese rule down to the tenth century. At this point, the Vietnamese gained a fragile
independence from China.
1090.) TAYLOR, MAXWELL D.: ->Swords and Plowshares. HC:W. W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 434
pgs., $2.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

30178.) TAYLOR, RICHARD: ->Prodigals: A Vietnam Story. HC:Casemate: Havertown, PA, 2003. 1ST Edition 331
pgs., $10 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A personal memoir of an army commander who served 2 tours in Vietnam, his
second tour in 1970-71 where he served as a company commander in the Seventh Cavalry. His first tour was 1967-8.

8445.) TAYLOR, SANDRA C.: ->Vietnamese Women at War: Fighting for Ho Vhi Minh and the Revolution.
PB:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 1999. 2nd Edition 170 pgs., $9.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.
Author draws on interviews with women who fought for North Vietnam. She argues that Communism's promise of
freedom from the strictures of Confucian culture influenced their involvement in the war.

1092.) TAYLOR, TELFORD: ->Nuremberg and Vietnam: An American Tragedy. PB:Quadrangle Books: New York,
1971. 1st Edition 224 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy.. Book written by the U.S. Chief Counsel at
Nurmeberg. This is a well reasoned book on our intervention in Vietnam and whether the U.S. is guilty of war
crimes. His conclusion is that we failed to learn the lessons we undertook to teach at Nuremberg, and that failure is
America's tragedy in Vietnam. Title was originally published in 1970 by Quadrangle Books.


814.) TAYLOR, THOMAS: ->Where the Orange Blooms: One Man's War and Escape in Vietnam. HC:McGraw-Hill
Book Co.: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 387 pgs., $2.95 PB:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 447 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Acccount of a Vietnamese who served
with the 101st Airborne Division, then with ARVN after the United States withdrawal. He was assigned to a re-
education camp and escaped after five years, then escaped to this country. Book acclaimed by both Pike and
Kennedy.
7342.) TeCUBE, LEROY: ->Year In Nam: A Native American Soldier's Story. PB:University of Nebraska Press:
Lincoln, NE, 2000. 1st Edition 261 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a very plus copy. Personal memoir of a Native
American who served in Vietnam in 1968 where he served as a point man and leader of this platoon.

815.) TERRY, WALLACE: ->Bloods: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans. HC:Random House: New
York, 1984. 2nd Edition 231 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book contains oral histories of 20 black
Vietnam War vets. The author was a black journalist who covered the war for two years in Vietnam. Wraps edition
contains a new epilogue by the author.
816.) TERZANI, TIZIANO: ->Giai Phong! The Fall and Liberation of Saigon HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1976.
317 pgs., $6 Five pages have some underlining and several page numebers lisied on enpaper, o/w a v/g copy in a
v/g d/j. An eyewitness account of the fall of Saigon by an Italian journalist.

28221.) THANG, NGUYEN VAN: ->Ambiguity of Identity: The Mieu in North Vietnam. PB:Silkworm Books: Chineg
Mai, Thailand, 2007. 1st Edition 206 pgs., $22.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book examinies the pressures on the
Mieu as they adjust to a non-Mieu world in a modern state. Author has a PhD in Anthropology from the University of
Washington.
6327.) THIEMAN, LEANN: ->This Must Be My Brother: The Daring Rescue of Innocent Children In the Final
Desperate Hours of the Vietnam War. HC:Victor Books: Wheaton, IL, 1995. 1st Edition 173 pgs., $12 A fine copy in
a fine d/j. An account of the evacuation of 300 babies from an orphanage during the fall of Saigon.

28521.) THIEN, NGUYEN CHI: ->Hoa Lo/Hanoi Hilton Stories. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. The author crafts
seven stories in prose from his experience at the Hanoi Central Prison-the infamous Hanoi Hilton-where he spent six
of a total of twenty-seven years in the Vietnamese gulag for the offense of writing poetry against the Communist
regime.
26509.) THIEU, NGUYEN VAN: ->Message of the President of the Republic of Viet-Nam to the Joint Session of the
National Assembly, October 6, 1969. PB:Photocopied reprint.: , 1969. 14 pgs., $1.99 A wraps photocopied reprint
of excerpts given to the press before time of speech. A reprint of excertps obtained from papers of UPI reporter who
worked in Vietnam. Some underlining of points made in the speech.


26510.) THIEU, NGUYEN VAN: ->Speech By President Nguyen Van Thieu at Banquet of Association of Vietnamese
Newpapers Editors, January 26th, 1970. PB:Photocopied reprint.: , 1970. 32 pgs., $3 Wraps, a photocopied
rerpirint. Original was obtained from an UPI reporter who covered Vietnam at the time. Translation is noted as
being unofficial.
6650.) THOMAS, Ed. C. DAVID: ->As Seen By Both Sides: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War.
PB:Indochina Arts Project: Boston, Mass., 1991. 112 pgs., $19.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book contains
interpretive essays and 68 photos in color and 14 black and white photos of an art exhibit which tourned this country
and Vietnam. The art was done by 20 Americans and 20 Vietnamese, most of whom were veterans of the Vietnam
War.
27343.) THOMAS, CLAUDE ANSHIN: ->At Hell's Gate: A Soldier's Journey from War to Peace. HC:Shambhala:
Boston, 2004. 1st Edition 168 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir of a Vietnam veteran who served as
crew member on an assault chopper in Vietnam. After the war, he turned to Zen Buddhism to fine peace from the
horros of his Vietnam experience.
30140.) THOMAS, JACK LYNDON: ->Coyote Jack: Drawing Meaning from Life and Vietnam: A Memoir. A mint
copy in a mint d/j. Book is a memoir of his growing up, fighting a war in Vietnam, and of returning to the scenes of



1112.) THOMPSON, JAMES C.: ->Rolling Thunder: Understanding Policy and Program Failure. HC:University of
North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1980. 199 pgs., $12.5 PB:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill,
NC, 1981. 3rd Edition 199 pgs., $5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps trade ed., water damaged, a good reading copy
only. The book addresses two questions: (1) Why did it took so long for the U.S. to recognize that the bombing
operations against North Vietnam were not achieving their objectives? (2) What happens when policies of a large
and complex organization fail to achieve their desired goal?

1096.) THOMPSON, ROBERT: ->No Exit From Vietnam. HC:David McKay Co.: New York, 1970. REV. Edition 208
pgs., $4.95 This is an updated edition, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Thompson was regarded at the time as the leading
1095.) THOMPSON, SCOTT W: and D. D. FRIZZELL, Eds.->The Lessons of Vietnam. HC:Crane, Russak & Co.: New
York, 1977. 1st Edition 286 pgs., $2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

5277.) THU-LAM, NGUYEN THI: ->Fallen Leaves: Memoirs of a Vietnamese Woman From 1940 to 1975.
PB:Council On Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1989. 224 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. A
memoir of a Vietnamese woman who was from an upper middle class family.

1100.) TIEDE, TOM: ->Calley: Soldier or Killer? PB:Pinnacle Books: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 159 pgs., $6
Wraps original mass market ed., a v/g copy. Author was a journalist in Vietnam who won Ernie Pyle Award for his

3173.) TILFORD, Jr. EARL H.: ->Crosswinds: The Air Force Setup in Vietnam. HC:Texas A&M University Press:
College Station, TX, 1993. 252 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author argues that the Air Force was
'set up' for defeat by its own history, its institutional values, and an intellectually ossified leadership which could not
devise a strategy appropriate for the war in Vietnam.
25981.) TILFORD, Jr. EARL H.: ->Search and Rescue in Southeast Asia, 1961-1975. PB:Office of Air Force History:
Washingoton, DC, 1980. 212 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

1101.) TILFORD, Jr. EARL H.: ->Setup: What the Air Force Did In Vietnam and Why? PB:Air University Press:
Maxwell AFB, Al., 1991. 308 pgs., $3.95 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Author is a retired Air Force officer and
this book is a stinging criticism of Air Force strategy during the Vietnam War. He argues that the Air Force was
indeed 'set up' for defeat by its own history, its institutional values, and an intellectually ossified leadership which
could not devise a strategy appropriate to the war at hand.
4506.) TIMBERG, ROBERT: ->The Nightingale's Song. HC:Simon and Schuster: New York, 1995. 7th Edition 543
pgs., $3.99 Signed by author, a v/g copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a trade size ed., a v/g copy. An account of five
Naval Academy graduates and veterans of the Vietnam War who went on to achieve national prominence during the
Reagan presidency. The five are, John McCain, Robert McFarlane, James Webb, Oliver North, and John
Poindexter.

9591.) TIME LIFE BOOKS EDITORS, ->Turbulent Years: The 60s. HC:Time Life Books: Alexandria, VA, 1998. 192
pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a fine d/j. A photo book that depicts the events of the sixties in America with concise
text by Stolley. Title is part of Our American Century series.

1139.) TOAI, DOAN VAN and DAVID CHANOFF: ->The Vietnamese Gulag. HC:Simon & Schuster: New York, 1986.
1st Edition 351 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author was a student leader who supported the
National Liberation Front and was imprisoned several times by the Thieu government. After the fall of Saigon, he
served in the Provisional Revolutionary Government until he was arrested and imprisoned for opposing the
expropriation of private property.
29354.) TOCZEK, DAVID M.: ->The Battle of Ap Bac, Vietnam: They Did Everything But Learn From It. Wraps

9304.) TODD, JACK: ->Desertion in the Time of Vietnam. PB:Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 2001. 397 pgs., $5 Wraps
trade ed., an Advance Reading copy, a very fine copy. A memoir of a army enlisted man who fled to Canada during
his basic training, leaving behind his family and girlfriend. Today, he is a journalist for the Montreal Gazette.

4852.) TODD, OLIVER: ->Cruel April: The Fall of Saigon. HC:W.W. Norton & Co.: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 470
pgs., $5.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Written by a French journalist who had been sympathetic to the North
Vietnamese cause, he argues that the United States failed to act in a responsible manner as South Vietnam was
falling and that there did exist in South Vietnam people who deserved better than the support we provided. Book
originally published in France in 1987.
3302.) TOLLEFSON, JAMES W.: ->The Strength Not to Fight: An Oral History of Conscientious Objectors to the
Vietnam War. HC:Little Brown & Co.: Boston, 1993. 1st Edition 248 pgs., $2.99 PB:Brassey's Inc.: Dulles, VA, 2000.
1st Edition 248 pgs., $1.99 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Wraps trade ed., a very fine
copy. The book is made of interviews with 40 conscientious objectors.

22149.) TOLSON, JOHN J.: ->Airmobility In Vietnam: Helicopter Warfare in Southeast Asia. HC:Arno Press: New
York, 1981. BC Edition 304 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j This book traces the development and
implementation of the equipment, weaponry, and techniques of chopper warfare in Vietnam. The author was a
Lieutenant General was directly involved in the war, from strategic planning to actual combat.

33665.) TONNESSON, STEIN: ->Vietnam 1946: How the War Began. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author
focuses on the the first of Vietnam's 21st Century wars.

28549.) TONSETIC, ROBERT L.: ->Days of Valor: An Inside Account of the Bloodiest Six Months of the Vietnam
War. HC:Casemate: Philadelphia, 2007. 1ST Edition 288 pgs., $29.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An account of
the 199th Liight Infantry Brigade in Vietnam during and after the TET Offensive. Auhor served as a company
commander with this unit during this period.ie
22259.) TOPMILLER, ROBERT J.: ->The Lotus Unleashed: The Buddhist Peace Movement in South Vietnam,
1954-1966. HC:University Press of Kentucky: Louisville, KY, 2003. 1st Edition 214 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy in a
mint d/j. This study looks at the impact of internal Vietnamese politics on United States decison making.

1141.) TRAGER, FRANK N.: ->Why Vietnam? HC:Frederick A. Praeger, Pub.: New York, 1967. 2nd Edition 238 pgs.,
$7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.

28126.) TRAM, DANG THUY: ->Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram. HC:Harmony Books:
New York, 2007. 1st Edition 225 pgs., $15 PB:Three River Press: New York, 2008. 2008 Edition 225 pgs., $11.95 A
mint copy in a mint d/j. Wraps, a trade edition, a mint copy. This is a diary of a Vietnamese doctor who served at
the National Liberation Front battlefield hospital in Quang Ngai Province. She served there from 1968-1970 when
she was killed.. Translated by Andrew X. Pham and it has an introduction by Frances Fitzgerald.


1143.) TREGASKIS, RICHARD: ->Vietnam Diary. HC:Holt, Rinehart & Winston: New York, 1963. 1st Edition 401
pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a highly respected World War II correspondent and the book reflects
the values of that generation in terms of his reporting of the war. A must book for those studying the press coverage
of the war.
8291.) TREST, WARREN A.: ->Air Commando One: Heinie Aderholt and America's Secret Air Wars. HC:Smithsonian
Institution Press: Washingotn, DC, 2000. 1st Edition 321 pgs., $26 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Biography of
General Ahderholt's career, working with the CIA while serving in the Air Force. Covers his participation in the
Korean War, Tibet, Bay of Pigs, Laos, and Vietnam. A well researched book.

3718.) TREWHITT, HENRY L.: ->McNamara: His Ordeal in the Pentagon. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1971. 1st
Edition 307 pgs., $3.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a diplomatic correspondent for Newsweek at the time of
the book's writing. He recognizes McNamara's miscalculation in respect to Vietnam but he views his supreme
achievement to be the substitution of rational thought for hysteria on the subject of nuclear weapons.

20468.) TRI, LE HUU: ->Prisoners of the World: A Memoir of the Vietnamese Reeducation Camps. HC:Black Heron
Press: Seattle, WA, 2001. 272 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal account of a young lieutenant in
the South Vietnamese army who spent six years in a reeducation camp shortly after the fall of Saigon. He later
escaped from Vietnam and settled in the United States.-
25755.) TRI, VO NHAN: ->Vietnam: the Third Five Year Plan, 1981-85. PB:Indochina Report: Singapore, 1985.
31 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. Author is an economist who left regime just before this article was written.

5236.) TRILLING, DIANA : ->We Must March My Darlings: A Critical Decade. HC:Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich: New
York, 1977. 1st Edition 315 pgs., $2.99 PB:Harcourt Brace & Jovanovich: New York, 1978. 1st Edition 315 pgs.,
$1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. A collection of essays on the issues of the sixties.

32325.) TRINH, PHAN CHAU, Edited byVINH SINH: ->Phan Chau Trinh and His Political Writings. Wraps trade
ed., a mint copy. Phau Chau Trinh was the earliest and most eloquent proponet of democracy and popular rights in

5319.) TRIPP, NATHANIEL: ->Father, Soldier, Son: Memoir of a Platoon Leader in Vietnam. HC:Steerforth Press:
South Royalton, VT, 1996. 1st Edition 261 pgs., $1.99 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Memoir of a First Infantry Division
lieutenant who served in Vietnam in 1968-1969.

4855.) TROOBOFF, Ed. PETER D.: ->Law and Responsibility in Warfare: The Vietnam Experience. HC:University of
North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 1975. 280 pgs., $25 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Book deals with the legal
issues raised by the tactics and weapons used by the United States in the Vietnam War an of the individual
responsibility of those who fought in and directed the war. Foreword by Arthur J. Goldberg, contributors include
Richard A. Falk, Robert W. Komer, Townsend Hoopes, Paul C. Warnke, Telford Taylor and others.

24289.) TROTTA, LIZ: ->Fighting for Air: In the Trenches with Television News. PB:University of Missouri Press:
Columbia, MO, 1994. 1st Edition 399 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., Waden Books not for resale stamped on enpaper,
o/w a v/g plus copy. A personal memoir of a woman reporter who ho was the first televison newswoman to cover
combat in Vietnam. Three chapters are devoted to her covering of the Vietnam War.

1145.) TROTTI, JOHN: ->Phantonm Over Vietnam: Fighter Pilot, USMC. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1984. 3RD
Edition 238 pgs., $2.99 PB:Berkeley Books: New York, 1985. 234 pgs., $1.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps, a
mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal account of a Marine pilot who flew an F-4 in Vietnam. He served two tours.

27346.) TRUJILLO, CHARLEY: ->Soldados: Chicanos in Viet Nam. PB:Chusma House Publications: San Jose, CA,
1996. 1ST Edition 186 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., inscribed by author, owner's stamp on title page, a fine copy.
Accounts of the experiences of 14 Chicanos who served in Vietnam. Excellent accounts.

5123.) TRULLINGER, Jr. JAMES WALKER: ->Village at War: An Account of Revolution in Vietnam. HC:Longman
Inc.: New York, 1980. 1st Edition 235 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy copy. Wraps a trade size ed., a fine copy. This is
a story of a small Vietnamese village during three decades of the Indochina War. Author worked with USAID from
1968 to 1972, then returned to Vietnam in 1974 to a small village to do research for his doctorate on which this book
is based.

4854.) TUCHMAN, BARBARA W.: ->The March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1984.
BC Edition 447 pgs., $7.5 A v./g copy in a v/g d/j. A popular historical account of the Vietnam War in retrospect

8493.) TUCKER, Ed. SPENCER C.: ->The Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War: A Political, Social and Military History.
HC:Oxford University Press: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 578 pgs., $7.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. This is a
condensed edition of a three volume work edited by Tucker and the most comprehensive encyclopedia on the
Vietnam War to date.
7245.) TUCKER, SPENCER C.: ->Vietnam. PB:University Press of Kentucky.: Lexington, KY, 1999. 244 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Book provides an overview of the causes, course and effects of the numberous wars of
Vietnamese history , then it concentrates on the period after World War II.

1148.) TULICH, EUGENE N.: ->The United States Coast Guard In South East Asia During the Vietnam Conflict.
PB:Public Affairs Division, US Coast Guard: Washington, D.C., 1975. 57 pgs., $6.5 Wraps photocopied reprint in

2927.) TUNG, TRAN VAN: ->Viet-Nam: Les Hommes D'<Au-Dela-Du Sud>. HC:Editions De La Baconniere:
Neuchate Suisse, 1958. 1ST Edition 134 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.copy. Book contains 61 plates

24226.) TUONG, VO VAN: ->Vietnam's Famous Ancient Pagodas. HC:Social Sciences Publishing House: Hanoi,
1992. 650 pgs., $95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Contains over 175 color photos, captions and descrptions in

20222.) TUPLIN, FRANK K.: ->Chronology of Developments Relating to Vietnam: May 1970. PB:Legislative
Reference Service: Washington, DC, 1970. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps monogrpah, a v/g copy. No postage charge if
ordered with another title. The Legislative Reference Service is a part of the library of Congress.

1161.) TURLEY, G. H.: ->The Easter Offensive: Vietnam, 1972. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1985. 1st Edition
344 pgs., $10 PB:Warner Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 344 pgs., $1.99 Ex-library, a v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Wraps a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy.. Author was a Marine who was the senior advisor to the South Vietnamese
Marines Corps Division during the Easter Offensive.
30184.) TURLEY, WILLIAM S.: ->The Second Indochina War: A Concise Political and Military History. PB:Rowman
& Littlefield: New York, 2009. 2nd Edition 300 pgs., $27.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A compact account of the
the Second Indochina War, similar in structure to his 1986 edition, but it draws upon research done since that time in
order to give a broader perspective on the war.
5613.) TURNER, FRED: ->Echoes of Combat: The Vietnam War in American Memory. HC:Anchor Books: New York,
1996. 1st Edition 276 pgs., $2.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author explores the parallels between the healing
of Vietnam veterans and Americans' collective recovery from the Vietnam War. He claims that both traumatized
veterans and Americans at large have slipped into complex cycles of denial and recollection. These patterns he
argues are part of the natural process of recovery from traumatic events. However, he contends that they threaten to
give Americans a false sense of moral confidence and to blind them to the true nature of future conflicts. He fails to
note that the Vietnam syndrome can also cause a paralysis to act as in the case of Bosnia.

5449.) TURNER, FRED: ->Echoes of Combat: The Vietnam War In American Memory. HC:Anchor Books: New York,
1996. 1st Edition 276 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Author explores the parallels between the healing of
Vietnam veterans and Americans' collective recovery from the war. He argues that the Vietnam War destroyed many
myths that both veterans and non-veterans in our society were raised on and both groups have slipped into complex
cycles of denial and recollection. He calls this a natural process of healing but this pattern serves to give Americans
a false sense of moral confidence and blinds them to the true nature of future conflicts. He fails to note that the
Vietnam syndrome can cause a paralysis to act as in the case of Bosnia.
1162.) TURNER, KATHLEEN J.: ->Lyndon Johnson's Dual War: Vietnam and the Press. PB:University of Chicago
Press: Chicago, 1985. 358 pgs., $2.95 Wraps, a trade ed., a v/g copy. A study of how preoccupied President
Johnson was with the press with the result being that he could not question the premises of the Vietnam War.

1113.) TURPIN, JAMES W.: ->Vietnam Doctor: The Story of Project Concern. HC:McGraw-Hill Book Co.: New York,
1966. 6th Edition 210 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Account of a medical mission in Vietnam.

3240.) TUSO, JOSEPH F.: ->Singing the Vietnam Blues: Songs of the Air Force in Southeast Asia. PB:Texas A&M
University Press: College Station, Tx., 1990. 1st Edition 268 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade size ed., a mint copy as
purchased new. Contains over 150 songs with a background given on each song by the author. He served as
aweapons systems officer in Southeast Asia. At the time of the book's writing, he was academic dean and professor
of English at New Mexico Military Institute.
31626.) U. S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE, ->Americans Missing in Southeast Asia: Hearing Before the House
Select Committee On Missing Persons in Southeast Asia, Part I. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This report contain
contains hearing held in September and Ocotber of 1975.

31627.) U.S HOUSE OF REPRENTATIVES, ->Situation In Indochina: Hearings Before the Committee On Foreign
Affairs. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. These were hearings held in February and March of 1973. The first being on
the Cease-Fire Agreement and the second on the International Conference at Paris.

31661.) U.S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ->American Prisoners of War In Southeast Asia, Part 3. Wraps,
name on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. This was hearing before the House Committee On Foreign Affairs held in

31639.) U.S HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ->U.S. Policies In Southeast Asia. Wraps, a v/g copy. Account of
hearing before the Special Subcommittee On Investigations of the Committee On International Relations held on

9624.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Intelligence. PB:U.S. Army Center of Military
History: Washington, DC, 1982. REP. Edition 243 pgs., $22.5 Wraps monograph, electrostatic reprint edition in spiral
binding, a mint copy. Written by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung, it covers intelligence activities, organization and
coordination procedures, and successes and failures during the period from 1965 to the final days of the Republic of
Vietnam.
9673.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces and US
Operational Cooperation and Coordination. PB:Center of Military History: Washingotn, DC, 1980. REP. Edition
188 pgs., $19.5 Wraps electrostatic reprint in combed binding, a mint copy. Written by Lieutenant General Ngo
Quang Truong.
9747.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: The U.S. Advisor. PB:U. S. Army Center of
Military History: Washington, DC, 2002. REP. Edition 205 pgs., $22.5 A digital reprint of the orginial monograph in a
comb bound cover, a mint copy. Monograph contains a series of evaluations of the U.S. Advisor in various military
programs in Vietnam that have been written by the following Vietnamese military leaders: They are General Cao
Van Vien, Lt. General Ngo Quang Troung, Lt. General Dong Van Khuyen, Major General Nguyen Duy Hinh,
Brigadier General Tran Dinh Tho, Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung, and Lt. Colonel Chu Xuan Vien.


9645.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Vietnamization and the Cease Fire. PB:U.S.
Army Center of Military History: Washington, DC, 1976. REP. Edition 194 pgs., $19.5 Wraps digital photocopied
reprint, sprial bound, a very fine copy. This account was written by Major General Nguyen Dyuy Hinh.

20950.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->The Preventive Maintenance Monthly, Issue 231. PB:Headquarters, Dept. of
Army: , 1972. 64 pgs., $6 Wraps booklet, a v/g copy.


20948.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->The Preventive Maintenance Monthly, Issue 235. PB:Headquarters, U.S.
Army: , 1972. 64 pgs., $6 Wraps booklet, a v/g copy.

1122.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Lam Son 719. PB:Center of Military History:
Washington, D.C., 1979. REP. Edition 179 pgs., $19.5 Wraps electrostatic reprint ed. in softcard cover, a mint copy.

1123.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Leadership. PB:Center of Military History:
Washington, D.C., 1981. REP. Edition 201 pgs., $17.5 Wraps electrostatic reprint in softcard cover, a mint copy.
Written by General Cao Van Vien who was Chief of South Vietnamese Joint General Staff.

1124.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Pacification. PB:Center of Military History:
Washington, D.C., 1980. REP. Edition 219 pgs., $24.5 Wraps digital photocopied reprint in softcard cover, a mint
copy. Written by Brig. General Tran Dinh Tho who played a significant role in the pacification program.

1125.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Reflections On the Vietnam War. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1980. REP. Edition 165 pgs., $17.5 Wraps electrostatic reprint in a softcard cover,
a mint copy. Written by General Cao Van Vien and Lt. General Dong Van Khuyen.

3530.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Strategy and Tactics. PB:Center of Military
History: Washington, D.C., . REP. Edition 137 pgs., $12 Wraps electrostatic reprint ed. in a softcard cove, a mint
copy. This is written by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung.

3532.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: Terrritorial Forces. PB:Center of Military History:
Washington, D.C., 1978. REP. Edition 154 pgs., $17.5 A electrostatic reprint in a softcard cover, a mint copy. Written
by Lieutenant General Ngo Quang Truong. He seeks to analyze whether the Territorial Forces were effective as an
anthithesis to Communist insurgency warfare.
3531.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monograph Series: The Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces.
PB:Center of Military History: Washington, D.C., 1978. REP. Edition 401 pgs., $40 A electrostatic reprint in a softcard
cover, a mint copy.. Written by Lieutenant General Dong Van Khuyen. He was the last Chief of Staff of the Joint
General Staff, RVNAF.
1126.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monographs Series: The Cambodian Incursion. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1979. REP. Edition 245 pgs., $19.5 Wraps a digital photocopied reprint in
softcard cover, a mint copy. Written by General Tran Dinh Tho.

1127.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monographs Series: The Easter Offensive of 1972. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1980. REP. Edition 183 pgs., $15 Wraps digital photocopied reprint in a soft card
cover, a mint copy.. Written by General Ngo Truong.

1128.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monographs Series: The General Offensive of 1968-69. PB:Center
of Military History: Washington, D.C., 1981. REP. Edition 157 pgs., $15 Wraps digital photocopied reprin in a
softcard cover, a mint copy. Written by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung.

1129.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Indochina Monographs Series: The South Vietnamese Society. PB:Center of
Military History: Washington, D.C., 1980. REP. Edition 175 pgs., $15 Wrapsdigital photocopied reprint in a softcard
cover, a mint copy. Written by Major General Nguyen Duy Hinh and Brig. General Tran Dinh Tho.

3912.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Montagnard Tribal Groups of the Republic of Viet Nam. PB:U.S. Army
Special Warfare School: Fort Bragg, N.C., 1965. REP. Edition 230 pgs., $19.95 Wraps, a photocopied reprint in
combed binding with a softcard cover, a very fine copy. Publication includes a photocopied map that was a part of
the original publication that depicts areas of South Vietnam that the various tribal groups resided with a scale of
1:1,250,000 .

1167.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Reorganizing for Pacification Support. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, 1982. 1st Edition 83 pgs., $8.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Thomas W. Scoville.

4862.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Surgery in Vietnam: Orthopedic Surgery. HC:Office Surgeon General & Center
Military Hist.: Washington, D.C., 1994. 1st Edition 222 pgs., $27.5 A mint copy. This volume was prepared by the
Center of Military HIstory under the direction of the Surgeon General and the Chief of Military History. Editor for this
volume is Colonel William E. Burkhalter.
1174.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: Base Development in South Vietnam, 1965-1970.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1986. 164 pgs., $12 Wraps trade edition, a near fine copy.
Study written by Lieutenant General Carroll H. Dunn.

1176.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: Command and Control: 1950-1969. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1974. 103 pgs., $10 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Written by Major

1186.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: Law At War: 1964-1973. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1975. 1st Edition 161 pgs., $10 Wraps trade edition, a fine copy. Written by Major General
2926.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: Logistic Support. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1991. 1st Edition 273 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Lieutenant General

5673.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: The Development and Training of the South Vietnamese
Army, 1950-1972 PB:Government Printing Office: Washinton, DC, 1986. 163 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade edition, a
v/g plus copy. This study was written by General James Lawton Collins Jr.

1194.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Studies: The War In the Northern Provinces: 1966-1968.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1991. 1st Edition 115 pgs., $12 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.




5859.) U.S. ARMY PUBLICATION: PUBLICAITON: ->Internal Medicine in Vietnam, Volume II: General Medicine
and Infectious Diseases. HC:Government Prinitng Office: Washington, DC, 1982. 534 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy.
Editors for this publication were General Andre J. Ognibene and Colonel O'Neill Barrett, Jr..

26630.) U.S. COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Executive Sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee, 89th Congress: First Session 1965, Volume XVII. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC,
1992. 1280 pgs., $12.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This publication includes joint sessions held with the Senate Armed
Services Committee and part of what is called the Historical Series. This is an important reference work.

20243.) U.S. CONGRESS, JOINT : ECONOMIC COMMITTEE: ->Economic Effect of Vietnam Spending.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1967. 7 pgs., $1 Wraps, owner's name stmaped on front cover, o/w
a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a report of the Joint Economic Committee of
the Congress together with supplementary views.
31623.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ->Americans Missing In Southeast Asia: Hearings Beore the House
Select Committee On Missing Persons in Southeast Asia, First Session, Part 2. Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Hearing were held on November and December of 1975.


30161.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ->POW/MIA: Where Do We Go From Here? Wraps, a v/g plus copy.
Transcript of hearing before the Subcommitte of Asia and the Pacific of the Committee On Foreign Affairs, the
House of Representatives. Hearing was held on February 10th, 1994.

31659.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, ->The Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of
War With Reservation, if any, By Governments Participating in Hostilites in Vietnam, . Wraps, photocopied reprint,
a fine copy. Study was prepared for the Subcommitte On National Security Policy and Scientific Developments of
the Committee On Foreign Affairs. Other countires included in this study are Cambodia and Laos.

9915.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ->American Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia, 1971.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 583 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., owners's stamp on cover,
o/w a v/g copy. This is a transcript of hearings before the Subcommittee On National Security Policy and Scientific
Developments of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives. Hearing were held duirng
March and April of 1971.
9913.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ->Americans Missing in Southeast Asia: Final Report Together with
Additional and Separtate Views of the Select Committee On Missing Persons in SEAsia. PB:Government Printing
Office: Washington, DC, 1976. 267 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. This is Final report issued with
additonal and separate views of the Select Committee On Missing Persons in Southeast Asia that was issued in
1976.
9906.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: ->The Vietnam-Cambodia Emergency, 1975, Part III-Vietnam
Evacuation. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1976. 86 pgs., $6 Wraps, a water damaged copy, a
good plus reading copy. This part of the hearings covers the testimony of Ambassador Graham A. Martin.

20366.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON ->Report of the Special Committee on Southeast
Asia. PB:Government POrinitng Office: Washington, DC, 1978. 11 pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage
charge if ordered with another title. This is a report of a special House committee that visited Vietnam and Laos in
response to the invitation of the Vietnamese Fice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Phan Hien. The trip took place in
August of 1978.
20285.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON ARMED FORCES: ->Military Construction
Requirements In Southeast Asia. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1970. 18 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a
v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a report by a Subcommittee of the House
Committee on Armed Services based on a visit in January of 1970. Report covers Vietnam and the Philippines.


20212.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES: ->Review of the Vietnam
Conflict and Its Impact On U.S. Military Commitments Abroad. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC,
1968. 84 pgs., $6 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is a report of the Special Subcommittee On National Defense
Posture of the Armed Services Committee issued on August 24, 1968.

2696.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON FOREGN AFFAIRS: ->Missing In Action In
Southeast Asia, 1973. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1973. 77 pgs., $10 A photocopies
reprint, a fine copy. This is hearing before the Subcommittee On National Security Policy and Scientific
Developments held on December 5th, 1973 which was the first session.
8303.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS: ->Hearings and Public Laws,
Volume II. HC:Government Printing Office: , 1959. 900 pgs., $7.5 Ex-library, foxing of pages, o/w a v/g copy. This
volume contains hearings held before the Subcommitte on the Far East and the Pacific of the Committe On Foreign
Affairs. Three hundred and thirty eights are devoted to this hearing in which Vietnam is discussed in length.

20263.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS: ->The Treatment of Political
Prisoners in South Vietnam By the Government of the Republic of South Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 1973. 62 pgs., $5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a hearing held on September 13, 1973.

20367.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->A Review of
Steel Purchased for the Commercial Barge Construciton Program in Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washingoton, DC, 1970. 12 pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title. This is a
report of the House Committee on Government Operations
20375.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->A Review of the
Inequitable Monetary Rate of Exchange in Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 16
pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title.




20245.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->Excessive
Programing and Procurement of Sweetened Condensed Milk for Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 1968. 9 pgs., $1 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another book. This was the
21st report by the Committee on Government Operations, committed on March 5th, 1968.

20257.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->Inequitable
Currency Exchange Rates in Vietnam. PB:government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 105 pgs., $5 Wraps
a v/g copy. This was hearings held on July 8th and 9th in 1971 on currency exchange rates in Vietnam.

20374.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->The Port
Situation in Vietnam (Followup Investigation). PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 23 pgs.,
$1.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title.

20280.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->U.S. Assistance
Programs in Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 362 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade, a v/g
copy. This is the record of hearings held in July and August of 1971.


20379.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS: ->Vietnam and
the Hidden U.S. Subsidy (Inequitable Currency Exchange Rates). PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC,
1971. 26 pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another item. This is a report of the
Committee On Government Operations to the whole House.

20281.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ->U. S. Policies in
Southeast Asia. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1976. 37 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No
postage charge if ordered with another book. This is the record of a hearing held on September 28th, 1976. Arthur
W. Hummel, Jr., the Assistant Secretary of State , Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs. testified.

20378.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: SELECT COMMITTEE ON UNITED STATES INVOLVEMENT IN
SOUTHEAST ASIA:->United States Involvement In Southeast Asia. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington,
DC, 1970. 164 pgs., $7.5 Wraps a v/g copy. This is report as a result of the House to select this committee to study
the recent developments in Southeast Asia. Report printed on July 6, 1970.

20108.) U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: SUBCOMMITTEE ON FOREIGN OPERATIONS and GOVERNMENT
INFORMATION ->Communist Strategy and Tactics of Employing Peasant Dissatisfaction Over Conditions of Land
Tenure for Revolutionary Ends in Vietn PB:Government Printing Office: Washingoton, DC, 1970. 28 pgs., $2.5
Wraps original, foxing and owner's stamp on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another
item. This was a study done by Dr. Paul S. Taylor for the Foreign Operations and Government Information
Subcommittee.
20287.) U.S. HOUSE, REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE: ->The United States and the War in Vietnam. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1966. 34 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, owner's name on cover, o/w a v/g copy. This study was
put out by the Committee On Planning and Research headed by Rep. Charles E. Goodell of New York.

8544.) U.S. MARINE CORPS PUBLICATION: ->Professional Knowledge Gained from Operational Experience in the
Republic of Vietnam, 1965-1966. PB:Headquarters USMC: Washington, DC, 1967. 507 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed.,
a v/g copy. This is NAVMC 2614 and it is a compilation of material that had been previously published in the
Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, publication titled, Tactical Trends and Training Tips.


4863.) U.S. MARINE CORPS PUBLICATION: ->Chaplains with Marines in Vietnam: 1962-1971. PB:History and
Museums Division Hdgts.: Washington, DC, 1985. 240 pgs., $17.5 Weraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by
Commander Herbert L. Bergsma, CHC, U.S. Navy.

4860.) U.S. MARINE CORPS PUBLICATION: ->Small Unit Action in Vietnam: Summer 1966. PB:History &
Museums Divison Headquarters: Washingotn, D.C., 1977. REP. Edition 123 pgs., $12 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g
copy. Written by Francis J. West, a Marine captain, who was assigned to Vietnam in the summer of 1966 to research
and write the small unit action stories.
1208.) U.S. MARINE CORPS PUBLICATION: ->The Marines In Vietnam, 1954-1973: An Anthology and Annotated
Bibliography. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1974. 1st Edition 373 pgs., $25 Wraps, a trade
size ed., soiling outside cover, o/w a v/g copy. Title provides a chronological presentation of Marine participation in
the Vietnam War. There are 23 articles and an annotated bibliography of articles prepared by Marine historians.
The hardcover edition is an expanded edition that was first published in 1983.

6570.) U.S. MARINE CORPS PUBLICATION: ->U. S. Marine Corps Civil Affairs in I Corps Republic of South Vietnam,
April 1966-April 1967. PB:Historical Divions Hdqts., USMC: Washingoton, DC, 1970. REP. Edition 131 pgs., $12.5
Wraps trade size photocopied reprint ed., a fine copy. Written by Captain William D. Parker.

22186.) U.S. NAVY PUBLICATION: ->Naval Review 1968. HC:United States Naval Institute: Annapolis, MD, 1968.
420 pgs., $35 A v/g copy. Contains a number of articles naval activity in respect to the Vietnam War.

3307.) U.S. NAVY PUBLICATION: ->Chaplains With U.S. Naval Units in Vietnam: 1954-1975. HC:Government
Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1985. 118 pgs., $25 A v/g plus copy. Written by Rear Admiral Withers M.
Moore, Captain Herbert L. Bergsma and Lieutenant Timothy J. Demy, all of whom were Navy Chaplains. Edited by
H. Lawrence Martin, CHC, USN. This is volume IX in the series on the History of the Chaplain Corps, U.S. Navy.

1215.) U.S. NAVY PUBLICATION: ->Mobility, Support, Endurance: A Story of Naval Operational Logistics In the
Vietnam War, 1965-68. HC:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1972. 278 pgs., $20 A v/g copy. Written
by Vice Admiral Edwin Bickford Hooper.



3763.) U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT 1990, OCTOBER 29TH: ->Vietnam Story. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $1.99 Cover
issue with a 14 page article.

31667.) U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT, MAY 1, 2000 ISSUE, ->Vietnam's Forgotten Lessons: 25 Years Later,
Does the Military Still Remember Why It Lost? Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.

31611.) U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, ->Background Information Relating to Sputheast
Asia and Vietnam, 2nd Revised Edition. Ex-library copy in a bound card type cover, a v/g copy. First report was
issued on January 14, 1965 and this report was updated on June 16, 1965, as a revised edition. This volume is a
2nd editon of the revised edition that further updates the June 16th revised edition.

30222.) U.S. SENATE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY, ->The Anti-Vietnam Agitation and the Teach-In
Movement: The Problem of Communist Infiltration and Exploitation. Wraps trade ed., spine heavily taped to keep
pages intact, a tight good plus copy. This is a staff study prepared for the Subcommittee to Investiage the
Admionistration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws.

30163.) U.S. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, ->The Anit-Vietnam Agitation and the Teach-In Movement: The
Problems of Communist Infiltration and Exploitation, A Staff Study. Wraps, wear and creasing of outside pages,

31655.) U.S. SENATE, ->Briefing On Major Foreign Policy Questions. Wraps trade ed., name on enpaper, o/w a
v/g copy.a This is a brief that Secretary of State William P. Rogers gave before the Senate Foreign Relations

34153.) U.S. SENATE, ->Executive Sessions of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Volume XIII, Part 2:
Eighty Seventh Congress, First Session, 1961. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

31174.) U.S. SENATE, ->Foreign Assistance Authorization, 1974: Hearings Before the Committee On Foreighn
Relations United States Senate.. Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. Hearings held in June and July of 1974. In
these hearings, there were discussions on Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. As well as other countries receiving
assistance at the time.
31635.) U.S. SENATE, ->Impact of the War In Southeast Asia On the U.S. Economy, Part II.. Wraps trade ed., a
v/g copy. This is a copy of the hearings by Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held during April, May, June and

31657.) U.S. SENATE, ->Investigation of the Preparedness Program Report: The U.S. Army in South Vietnam.
Wraps trade ed, name on cover, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title.

31669.) U.S. SENATE, ->Investigation of the Preparedness Program: Air War Against North Vietnam. Wraps, name
on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title. This is a report by Preparedness
Investigating Subcommittee of the Senate Committee On Armed Services.

31670.) U.S. SENATE, ->Investigation Of the Preparedness Program: U.S. Air Force Tactical Air Operatons In
Southeast Asia. Wraps, name on cover, o/w a v/g copy This is a report by Preparedness Investigating
Subcommittee of the Senate Committee On Armed Services.

31656.) U.S. SENATE, ->Investigation Of the Preparednss Program Report: Situation In South Vietnam. Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. This is a report by Preparedness Investigation Subcommitte of the Committee On Armed
Service of U.S. Senate. No postage charge if ordered with another title.

31638.) U.S. SENATE, ->Neutralization In Southeast Asia: Problems and Prospects, A Study.: Wraps, name of
owner on cover, o/w a v/g copy. This was a study prepared at the request of the Senate Committee On Foreign

9501.) U.S. SENATE: ->Hearings on the Paris Peace Accords. PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, DC,
1993. REP. Edition 654 pgs., $70 A photocopied reprint in spiral bound binding. Reprint was done thourgh
electonric scanning so it is a fine reproduction. These hearings were held by the Select Committe on POW/MIA
Affiars which were held on September 21, 22 and 24, 1992. I have reprinted all testimony given by Kssinger, Haig,
Walters, Secord, Sullivan and others and it is the basic document on the POW issues. I have also included a
number of declassified documents that were made available in this hearing.
27224.) U.S. SENATE: ->Policy-Related Events/Decisions/Comments From 1973 Onward Concerning Unaccounted
American POWs and MIAs in Southwest Asia. PB:Office of Senator Bob Smith: Washington, DC, 1992. Rep.
Edition 53 pgs., $7.5 Wraps photocopied reprint, a very fine copy. An excellent chronology of events regarding
POW/MIA issues, statements , etc. that serves as a valuable reference guide for anyone studying these issues.

9908.) U.S. SENATE: ->The United Staes and Vietnam: 1944-1947. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington,
DC, 1972. 44 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is a staff study based on the Pentagon Papers prepared for
the use of the Committee On Foreign Relations of the U.S. Senate.


9905.) U.S. SENATE: ->Vietnam: 1976. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1976. 22 pgs., $2.5
Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a report by Senator George McGovern to
the Committee On Foreign Relations of the U.S. Senate.

20390.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON ARMED FORCES: ->Supplemental Appropriations For Department of
Defense, 1965, Emergency Fund, Southeast Asia. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1965. 35
pgs., $2.5 Wraps, name of owner on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another title. This
is a record of hearings held on May 5th, 1965 in which Secretary McNamara and General Earle Wheeler testified.

20095.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Background Information Relating to Peace and
Security in Southeast Asia and Other Areas. PB:Government Printing Office.: Washington, DC, 1970. 79 pgs., $2.5
Wraps, owners stamp on front cover, o/w a v/g copy.



2622.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Background Information Relating to Southeast
Asia and Vietnam,. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1965. REV. Edition 232 pgs., $7.5 Wraps
trade ed., a v/g copy. Contains official documents on U.S.-Vietnam relations, beginning on February 7th, 1950 when
the U.S. government recognized Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Last document in this edition is President
Johnson's message to the Congress on June 1lst, 1965.
2623.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Background Information Relating to Southeast
Asia and Vietnam. (Seventh Revised Edition) PB:GoverNment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1974. 660 pgs.,

20094.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Bombing As a Policy Tool in Vietnam:
Effectiveness. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1972. 29 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No
postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a staff study based on the Pentagon Paers prepared for the use
of the Committee On Foreign Relations.
1157.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Briefing On Vietnam. PB:Government Printing
Office: Washington, DC, 1969. 167 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a printing of a secret hearing held on Nov.
18th & 19th, 1969 with Rogers & Laird appearing before Foreign Relations Committee. Report is sanitized.

20242.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Economic and Political Developments in the Far
East. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 14 pgs., $1.5 Wraps a v/g copy. No postage charge
it ordered with another book. This was a report by Senator Charles Percy resulting from a study missin to the Far East
in November and Ecemeber of 1972.
20127.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Economic and Political Developments in the Far
East. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 14 pgs., $1.5 Wraps original, a v/g copy. No
postage charge if ordered with another item. This is report of Senator Charles H. Percy on a study mission to the Far
East in November and December of 1972.
7046.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Executive Sessions of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, 89th Congress, Second Session, 1966, Volume XVIII. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 1993. 1025 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A large part of this volume deals with the
Vietnam War. This is part of the Historical Series and made public in February 1993.


20254.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Impact of the Vietnam War. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washingoton, DC, 1971. 36 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with a book.
A study by the Congressional Research Service for the Committee on Foreign Relations. Study focuses on the
impact the war had on the Indochina countries. Study printed on June 30, 1971.

20247.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Impact of the War In Southeast Asia on the U. S.
Economy, Part I. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 121 pgs., $5 Wraps, name of owner
stmaped on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is a printing of hearings held on April 15th and 16th, 1970.

20255.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Indochina Migration and Refugee Assistance Act
of 1975. PB:Government Printing Office: Wahingoton, DC, 1975. 31 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage
charge if ordered with another book. This is a report submitted by Senator Sparkman to accompany S. 1661 that
dealt with Indochinese refugees.
20373.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Moral and Military Aspects of the War in
Southeast Asia. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingoton, DC, 1970. 108 pgs., $6 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is a
record of hearings held before the Committee on Foreign Relations in May of 1970.

20283.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->The United States and Vietnam: 1944-1947.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 44 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was a Senate Staff
study based on the Pentagon Papers prepared for the use of tthe Committee On Foreign Relations.

1159.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->The Vietnam Hearings. PB:Vintage Books: New
York, 1966. 1st Edition 294 pgs., $5 Wraps a mass market ed, a v/g copy. This book has a special introduction by
Senator Fulbright and contains the complete statements of Rusk, Gavin, Kennan and Taylor with excerpts from their
testimony on hearings held the first part of 1966.
2701.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->U.S. POW'S and MIA'S In Southeast Asia.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1974. 116 pgs., $6 Wraps, name of owner on front cover, o/w a
v/g copy. This was a hearing held on January 28th, 1974 before the the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

1216.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Viet Nam and Southeast Asia. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1963. 21 pgs., $2.5 Wraps original report, a fine copy. This is a report of Senators
Mansfield, Pell and Smith to the Foreign Relations Committee from a trip taken by them in the fall of 1962 at the
request of President Kennedy.
20260.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam and the Paris Negotiations.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1968. 6 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a photocopied rerpint, a v/g copy. No
postage charge if ordered with another book. This is a report made by Senator Mike Mansfield to the Committe On
Foreign Relations in September 1968.
20237.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam Children's Care Agency.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 125 pgs., $6 Wraps, owner stamp on front cover, o/w a v/g
copy. Hearing to children in Vietnam to wimprove their welfare and to facilitate the adoption of orphaned or
abandoned Vietnamese children, particularly children of United States fathers. Held on April 5, 1972.

20238.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam Commitments, 1961. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1972. 38 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, owner's stamp on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is a
staff study based on the Pentagon Papers prepared for the use of Committee On Foreign Relations.

20383.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam: December 1969. PB:Government
Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1970. 18 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage charge if ordered with another
title. This is a staff report prepared for the use of the Committee On foreign Relations.


20284.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam: May 1972. PB:government Printing
Office: Washingoton, DC, 1972. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was a staff report prepared for the use of the
Committee On Foreign Relations. Report was printed June 29, 1972.

2626.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS: REPUBLICAN STAFF: ->Interim Report On the
Southeast Asian POW/MIA Issue. PB:: , 1990. 18 pgs., $1.75 Wraps original, a fine copy Report released October

20253.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Humanitarian Problems in Indochina.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1974. 195 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was a hearing held

7848.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Indochina Evacuation and Refugee Problems, Part IV.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1975. 175 pgs., $10 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g copy. A staff
report prepared for use by the subcommitte to investigate problems connected with refugees and escapees.

20239.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Problems of War Victims in Indochina Part I: Vietnam.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 161 pgs., $6 Wraps, a v/g copy. This was hearing held
before the subcommitte to investigate problems connected with refugees and escapees.

6793.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Problems of War Victims in Indochina Part III: North
Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 195 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.
Publication of hearings held before the Subcommittee to investigate problems connected with refugees and
escapees held on August 16 and 17 of 1972.
6794.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Problems of War Victims in Indochina Part IV: North
Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 107 pgs., $7.5 Wraps a v/g copy. Publication of
the hearing by theSubcommittee of the Judiciary to investigate problems connected with refugees and escapees
held on September 28, 1972.
20282.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Refugee and Humanitarian Problems in Vietnam.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washingotn, DC, 1978. 49 pgs., $2.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This is the record
of a hearing held on August 22, 1978.

20213.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Relief and Rehabilitation of War Victims in Indochina,
Part IV: South Vietnam and Regional Problems. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 189 pgs.,
$7.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. The hearings for this report was held on August 1st, 1973. There is an appendix containing
a report by AID, statement by Senator Kennedy on prions and political prisoners in South Vietnam, and selected
press and commentaries on the situation in South Vietnam.
20209.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Relief and Rehabilitation of War Victims in Indochina:
One Year After the Ceasefire. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1974. 398 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade
size ed., a v/g copy. This was a study mission report prepared for the use of the Subcommittee to Investigate
Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees.

2619.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->Relief and Rehabilitation of War Victims In Indochina:
Part II: Orphans and Child Welfare. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1973. 107 pgs., $7.5 Wraps,
107 pp., a v/g copy. Publication of a hearing before the Subcommitte to Investigate Problems Connected with
Refugees and Escapees that was held on May 11th, 1973.
20384.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->War Victims In Indochina. PB:Government Printing
Office: Washington, DC, 1972. 158 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, some water damged to report, o/w a good plus reading copy.
No postage charge if ordered with another title. This document contains reports prepared for the Subcommittee to
Investigate Problems Connectes with Refugees and Escapees of the Committee On the Judiciary.

20372.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->War-Related Civilian Problems in Indochina, Part III-
Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1971. 91 pgs., $5 Wraps, name of owner on front
cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is the record of a hearing held on April 22, 1971 before the Subcommittee to Investigate
Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees.
20371.) U.S. SENATE: COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY: ->War-Related Civilian Problems in Indochina, Part I-
Vietnam. PB:Government Printing Office: Washingoton, DC, 1971. 154 pgs., $6 Wraps, name of owner on front
cover, o/w a v/g copy. This is a record of a hearing held on April 21, 1971 before the Subcommittee to Investigate
Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees.
1217.) U.S. SENATE: REPORT FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->The Vietnam Conflict: The Substance and the Shadow.
PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1966. 32 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. This is report of Senators
Mansfield, Muskie, Inouye, Aiken and Boggs which they made to Europe and Asia in November of 1965. On this
trip, visits included Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam.

1236.) U.S. SENATE: REPULICAN POLICY STAFF COMMITTEE: ->The War In Vietnam: The Text of the
Controversial Republican White Paper. PB:Glad DAy Press: Ithaca, NY, 1967. 62 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Report prepared by the staff of the Senate Republican Policy Committee.

2930.) U.S. SENATE: SELECT COMMITTEE ON POW/MIA AFFAIRS: ->POW/MIA'S: Report of the Select
Committee On POW/MIA Affairs United States Senate. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1993.
REP. Edition 1223 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade ed., inscription on title page saying copy was sent by Senanator Kerry on
2/14/93., a v/g copy. Report was written by a committee with differing viewpoints, hence it is not sharp on a number
of issues. However, it remains a massive work and contains a lot of background on this issue.

1239.) UHLIG, JR., Ed. FRANK: ->Vietnam: The Naval Story. HC:Naval Institute Press: Annapolis, Md., 1986. 3rd
Edition 515 pgs., $20 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.

1240.) UNGAR, SANFORD J.: ->The Papers and the Papers: An Account of the Legal and Politcal Battle Over the
Pentagon Papers. HC:E.P. Dutton & Co.: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 319 pgs., $12 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.




19984.) UNION OF VIETNAMESE IN THE U.S.: ->Eleven Poems of Political Prisoners. PB:Union of Vietnamese in
the U.S.: Berkeley, CA, n.d.. 75 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., some writing on front cover, o/w a v/g copy.
Introduction speaks of these prisoners who are still being held after the signingof the Paris Peace Accords.

24934.) UNIT HISTORY, ->Naval Support in I Corps-1968: U.S. Naval Support Activity Da Nang. HC:Privatley
printed.: , n.d.. 256 pgs., $75 A v/g copy.

24935.) UNIT HISTORY, ->The First Air Cavalry Division, Vietnam August 1965 to December 1969. HC:DIA Nippon
PPrinting Co., Ltd..: Tokyo, 1970. 296 pgs., $75 Heavy wear tips of corners and scrape on top front edge, o/w a

24386.) UNIT HISTORY, ->U. S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 62. HC:Taylor Publishing Co.: , 1966. 160
pgs., $75 A v/g plus copy.

21162.) UNIT HISTORY, ->United States Ship Kitty Hawk, 1965-1966. HC:Privatley printed.: , n.d.. 326 pgs., $75

23279.) UNIT HISTORY: ->Second Brigade In the Republic of Vietnam. PB:Privately printed.: Columbus, OH.,
n.d.. 39 pgs., $6 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine copy. Narrative for this monograph was prepared by the 326th
Military History Detachment, 83rd U.S. Army Reserve Command at Columbus, Ohio.

5085.) UNIT HISTORY: ->The 82d Airborne Division, 3d Brigade: January 1969 to December 1969. HC:Privately
printed.: , 1970. 143 pgs., $95 A fine copy in mailing case. This history contains a list of 212 soldiers killed

24384.) UNIT HISTORY: ->U. S. Naval Air Facility Cam Ranh Bay, 1970. HC:Privatel printed: , 1970. 162 pgs., $75

24385.) UNIT HISTORY: ->U. S. Naval Support Activity Danang, Vietnam, 19651966. HC:Privately printed: , 1966.
178 pgs., $75 A v/g plus copy.
8184.) UNIT HISTORY: ->Vietnam Odyssey: The Story of the lst Brigade, 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam.
PB:Southwest Printers & Publishers, Inc.: Texarkana, Ark.-Tex., 1970. 2nd Edition 108 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a
v/g copy. This is an account of 101st Airborne first year in Vietnam when it was first assigned on July 29, 1965.


31567.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE, ->Air Suppport In Quang Ngai Province, 25 February 1970.
PB: 1970. REP. Edition 72 pgs., $15 Photocpies reprint in softcard cover inspiral binding, a mint copy. This report
examines air support from the point of view of the man looking up, to investigate how commanders employed air to
support ground operations. Quang Ngai Porvince was one of the strongest Viet Cong areas in South Vietnam.

3084.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->A Shau Valley Campaign -December 1968-May 1969. PB:HQ
PACAF: , 1969. 63 pgs., $8 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report discusses the tactical employment of
fixed-wing air strikes in support of air mobile US troops in the A Shau Valley. Written by Bert B. Aton.

3110.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air Response to the TET Offensive: 30 January - 29 February
1968. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1968. 93 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph discusses offensive
and defensive air support, close air support of ground troops in the cities, air base defense, VNAF performance,
emergency airlift and civic responsibilites. Written by A.W. Thompson and C. William Thorndale.

3081.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Air War in Vietnam - 1968-1969. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1970. 141
pgs., $14.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Discusses role of airpowerr from January of 1968 to December of
1969, including the TET Offensive and the shifting of air effort to Southern Laos once the bombing halt of North
Vietnam began. Written by Kenneth Sams, John Schlight, Richard F. Kott, M. J. Mendelsohn and Philip D. Caine.

2934.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Buffalo Hunter: 1970-1972, Volume 1. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1973.
42 pgs., $4.5 Photocopied rerpint. Report examines Buffalo Hunter reconnaissance drone operations. Written by

4992.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Evolution of the Rules of Engagement for Southeast Asia: 1960-
1965. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966. REP. Edition 86 pgs., $10 A phtocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Study
summarizes reconnaissance operations, interdiction in southern and northern Laos, and the training of the
Vietnamese Air Force. Prepared by L.E. Paterson.
3085.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Impact of Geography on Air Operations in Southeast Asia.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1970. 66 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report discusses the geographical
characteristics of South Vietnam, North Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Written by Louis Seig.

3086.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Khe Sanh (Operation Niagara) 22 January-31 March 1968.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1968. 132 pgs., $12.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report reviews the 1968 Seventh
Air Force effort to disrupt major enemy offensive in northwestern I Corps and adjoining area of Laos. Written by
Warren A. Trest.
3087.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Kontum: Battle for the Central Highlands -30 March-10 June
1972. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1972. 118 pgs., $15 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. No d/j. Report discusses US
and South Vietnamese efforts to prevent a defeat in the Central Highlands during the North Vietnamese Army's 1972
offensive. Written by Peter A. W. Liebchen.
2936.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Lam Son 719: 30 January to 24 March 1971. The South
Vietnamese Incursion Into Laos. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1971. 165 pgs., $16 Photocopied reprint in a soft card cover.
This study addresses problems in air strike coordination. Written by J.F. Loye, Jr., Leo J. Johnson, G.K. StClair and
John W. Dennison.
3088.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Linebacker Operations - September-December 1972. PB:HQ
PACAF: , 1978. 106 pgs., $10.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report discusses the evolution of bombing
tactics and technologies from September 1972 until the final cease-fire announcement on January 14th, 1973.
Written by Calvin R. Johnson.
4768.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Linebacker: Overview of the First 120 Days. PB:HQPACAF: ,
1973. REP. Edition 79 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover, a fine copy. This report documents
LINEBACKER I, the bombing campaign launcher over North Vietnam on May 9th, 1972. It compares it ot the
ROLLING THUNDER Campaign of 1965-1968.
3107.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Operation Junction City. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1967. 47 pgs., $7.5
A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph discusses the attempt of this operation to eliminate a major
enemy sanctuary near the Cambodian border. Written by Lawrence J. Hickey.

3914.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Rolling Thunder: 17 November 1967. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1967.
REP. Edition 56 pgs., $7.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Report discusses Rolling Thunder objectives and
results. Written by Robert Leo Vining.

3105.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Rolling Thunder: January 1967 - November 1968. PB:HQ
PACAF: , 1969. 53 pgs., $8 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph discusses targets selected and
costs of airstrikes to North Vietnam. Written by James B. Overton.

3106.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Rolling Thunder: July 1965 - December 1966. PB:HQ PACAF:
, 1967. 150 pgs., $15 A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph summarizes the U.S. air campaign
against North Vietnam during this period. Written by Wesley R.C. Melyan and Lee Bonetti. in addition to 149
pages, there are 20 pages of charts.
4767.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->Rolling Thunder: March-June 1965. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1966.
REP. Edition 83 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover, a fine copy. Report prepared by the Southeast
Asia Team of Project CHECO. This report documents the execution of ROLLING THUNDER in North Vietnam from
its beginning as FLAMING DART through to June 1965.
3104.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The 1972 Invasion of Military Region I: Fall of Quang Tri and
Defense of Hue. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1973. 85 pgs., $9.5 Photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph traces
the action of the North Vietnamese Army to control Quang Tri and Thien Provinces, and response of Allied Forces to
the NVA 1972 Offensive in Military Region I. Written by David K. Mann.


3111.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The Defense of Saigon. PB:HQ PACAF: , 1968. 88 pgs., $10
A photocopied reprint in a softcard cover. Monograph traces the 1968 North Vietnamese Winter-Spring campaign in
the Saigon area. Written by A.W. Thompson. In addition to 88 pages, there are 24 pages of charts and figures.

2935.) USAF PROJECT CHECO 7TH AIR FORCE: ->The F-111 In Southeast Asia: September 1972-January 1973.
PB:HQ PACAF: , 1974. 77 pgs., $10 Photocopied reprint in a soft card cover. This report discusses re-introduction of
the F-111 into Southeast Asia in 1972. Background to the ineffectiveness of the F-111 when first deployed in 1968 is
also provided in this study. Five pages remain classified.

1245.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Air Base Defense In the Republic of Vietnam: 1961-1973. PB:Office of Air Force
History: Washington, D.C., 1979. 278 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Roger P. Fox.

1246.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Air Force Heroes In Vietnam. PB:Airpower Research Institute: Maxwell AFB, AL,
1979. 86 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Donald K. Schneider, USAF SEA Monograph Series, Vol.

1248.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Air Power and the Fight For Khe Sanh. PB:Office of Air Force History:
Washington, D.C., 1973. 134 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Bernard C. Nalty, contains 6 maps
and charts. Author deals with controversy of Westmoreland's appointment of Gen. Momyer as the single manager for
air operations.
1250.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Air Power In Three Wars, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. PB:Office of Air
Force History: Washington, DC, 1985. REP. Edition 358 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Written by

1247.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Airpower and the 1972 Spring Invasion. PB:Goverment Printing Office:
Washington, D.C., 1976. 113 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Edited by Colonel Donaldson D. Frizzell &
Colonel Ray L. Bowers. Thirteen Air Force officers contributed to this monograph.

1178.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Airpower and the Airlift Evacuation of Kham Duc. PB:Government Printing
Office: Washington, DC, 1979. 87 pgs., $10.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Written by Lieutenant Colonel Alan L.

9480.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->Summary of United States Air Force Aircraft Losses in Southeast Asia.
PB:Headquarters Tactical Air Command: Langley AFB, VA, 1974. REP. Edition 95 pgs., $15 Wraps photocopied
reprint in combed bound binding, a mint copy. This study is a presentation of the United States Air force aircraft
losses in the Southeast Asia conflict from January 1962 through January 1973. Its emphasis is on the tactical air
forces.
4161.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->The American Military and the Far East: Proceedings of the Ninth Military History
Symposium USAF Academy 1980.. PB:Government Printing Office: Washington, DC, 1980. 318 pgs., $10 Wraps

1181.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->The Tale of Two Bridges and The Battle for the Skies Over North Vietnam.
PB:Goverment Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1984. 193 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Edited by Major

1251.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->The United States Air Force In Southeast Asia: 1961-1973: An Illustrated Account.
HC:Government Prining Office: Washingotn, DC, 1977. 381 pgs., $25 A fine copy. Edited by Carl Berrger,
excellent photos with authoriative articles by Ballard, Bowers, Doty, Futrell, Greenhaigh, Karstetter, Kritt, Krudener,
Patchin, Rowley, Van Staaveren and Termena.
3308.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: ->The United States Air Force in Southeast Asia: The Advisory Years to 1965.
HC:Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1981. 398 pgs., $17.5 A mint copy. Book was written by Robert
F. Futrell with the assistance of Martin Blumenson.

9479.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: FORCE: ->Commando Hunt. PB:Headquarters Seventh Air Force: San Francisco,
CA, 1969. REP. Edition 206 pgs., $29.5 Photocopied reprint in spiral binding, a mint copy. A report on the joint
interdiction operatoins of the Commando Hunt campaign. It describes the conduct of the campaign and its results in
terms of enemy logistic flows reduced, trucks and supplies destroyed, resources tied down within Laos, and the
effects of this had on enemy efforts within South Vietnam.


3108.) USAF PUBLICATIONS: SOUTHEAST ASIA DECLASSIFICATION and REVIEW TEAM:->Research Guide to
Contemporary Historical Examination of Current Operations (CHECO) Reports. PB:Air Force Historical Research
Agency: Maxwell AFB, Al., 1996. 110 pgs., $8.5 A photocopied reprint. This guide lists and describes the Project
CHECO reports at Maxwell Air Force Base. A number of these reports still remain fully or partially declassified.

23242.) USCHAN, MICHAEL V.: ->The Fall of Saigon: The End of the Vietnam War. PB:Heinemann Library:
Chicago, 2002. 1st Edition 32 pgs., $6.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Book written for 4th and 5th graders that are
good readers and it is well illustrated. Book is part of the Point of Contact series.

1256.) VAN BUSKIRK, ROBERT with FRED BAUER:->Tailwind. HC:Word Books: Waco, Tx., 1984. 216 pgs., $1.99
A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j. An autobiography of a Green Beret officer who became a Christian after Vietnam.

1257.) VAN DEVANTER, LYNDA: ->Home Before Morning: The Story of an Army Nurse in Vietnam. HC:Beaufort
Books, Inc.: New York, 1983. 1st Edition 320 pgs., $3.99 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Price clipped on d/j.
Personal memoir of a nurse who served in Vietnam from 1969 to 1970.

1261.) VanDeMark, BRIAN: ->Into the Quagmire: Lyndon Johnson and the Escalation of the Vietnam War. HC:Oxford
University Press: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 268 pgs., $5.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author is Assistant
Professor of History at the US Naval Academy and he served as a research assistant to Clark Clifford in the
preparation of his memoirs. He is now working with Robert McNamara on his account of the Vietnam War.


8115.) VANDERBREGGEN, Jr. CORNELIUS: ->Soon the War Is Ending! PB:Reaper's Fellowship: Gelderland,
Holland, 1968. 1st Edition 194 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a v/g copy. Writen by a former Marine
officer who shares what he believes to be God's answers to questions which war and suffering in Viet Nam have
etched in the heartsof citiznes of every country in the world.
8156.) VANDERMEERSCH, LEON & JEAN-PIERRE DUCREST: ->Le Musee de Sculpture Cam de Da Nang.
PB:Editions de l'AFAO: Paris, 1997. 203 pgs., $35 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Work contians 193 photos and

5953.) VANDERMEERSCH, LEON: ->Les Miroirs De Bronze Du Musee De Hanoi. PB:Ecole Francaise D'Extreme-
Orient: Paris, 1960. 140 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. French text, book contains 128 plates.
6515.) VANDIVER, FRANK E.: ->Shadows of Vietnam: Lyndon Johnson's Wars. HC:Texas A&M University Press:
College Station, TX, 1997. 1st Edition 396 pgs., $7.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The author is a noted Civil War
historian and he seeks to offer an understanding of a major wartime figure as the likely wartime figure saw himself.
His purpose is to show what Johnson knew, felt, feared, and tried to do.


29761.) VANN, MICHAEL G. and JOEL MONTAGUE: ->The Colonial Good Life: A Commentary On Andre Joyeux's
Vision of French Indochina. PB:White Lotus Ltd.: Bangkok, 2008. 1ST Edition 114 pgs., $29.5 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. Joyeux was an art teacher and school adminstrator in the early 1920s and this work is a collection of his
humorous and critical cartoons that offer an analysis of French colonial society. Translated and annotated by Vann
and Montagnue and they also wrote an introduction to this work.
7818.) VASSAL, GABRIELLE M.: ->Three Years in Vietnam, 1907-1910: Medicine, Chams and Tribesmen in
Nhatrang and Surroundings. PB:White Lotus Press: Bangkok, 1999. REP. Edition 283 pgs., $21.5 Wraps trade ed.,
a v/g plus copy. Written by a British subject married to a French doctor, the book provides an overview of local
ceremonies, beliefs, and medical issues confronting the French colonial adminstration. Contains over 100 period
piece photographs. First published in 1910 under the title 'On and Off Duty in Annam.'

22163.) VEENIS, Jr. WILLIAM R.: ->Memorial. PB:HVH Associates: , n.d.. 72 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine
copy. A book on the Vietnam Memoirial portrayed by moving photographs, appropirate captions, and drawings.
Donald Haefele was the phtographer and Stephen Haefele the artist. Produced by Vietnam vets and reflects more
meaning than commercial works done of the Vietnam Memorial.

6046.) VEITH, GEORGE J.: ->Code-Name Bright Light: The Untold Story of U.S. POW Rescue Efforts During the
Vietnam War. HC:Free Press: New York, 1998. 1st Edition 408 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. This book
traces the development of the various national wartime POW intelligence operations and provides an in-depth look
at the activities of the Joint Personnel Recovery Center, a secretive and highly classified POW/MIA unit in South
Vietnam responsible for resuing captives.
4868.) VENINGA, Eds. JAMES F. and HARRY A. WILMER: ->Vietnam in Remission. HC:Texas A&M University Press:
College Station, TX, 1985. 1st Edition 142 pgs., $2.95 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Essays in this volume
originated at a symposium 'Understanding Vietnam,' held in Salado, Texas, in 1982. Participants included George
C. Herring, General Douglas Kinnard, Walter W. Rostow, Robert Bly, Philip Geyelin, and Harry A. Wilmer.
Symposium was held under the auspices of the Texas Committee for the Humanities.


25152.) VERRONE, RICHARD BURKS and LAURA M. CALKINS: ->Vocies from Vietnam: Eye-witness Accounts of
the War, 1954-1975. HC:David and Charles: , 2005. 1st Edition 288 pgs., $22.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. An
excellent collection of first hand accounts going back to 1945 and ending with the fall of Saigon.

26548.) VEYSEY, ARTHUR: ->Death and the Jungle. HC:Library 33 Limited: London, 1966. 1st Edition 192 pgs.,
$7.5 Ex-library, a good plus copy. An account by a Chicao Tribune correspondent who wrote about the experiences
of guys out in the jungle fighting the war. This is the work of a journalist covering the war which has been
overlooked by accounts of press reporitng in Vietnam.
6151.) VIDEO ITEM: ->After Sorrow Comes Joy: Indochina Rebuilds. PB:: , . 0 pgs., $7.5 This is a video with a
running time of 1 hour 15 minutes.

7431.) VIDEO ITEM: ->Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War, Book I, Overview and Background of America's
Involvement. PB:TDW Copyright Holding Ltd.: , 1980. 0 pgs., $7.5 Video is in color and the approximate running
time is 98 minutes. Text for this video was written by Peter Arnett and narrated by Richard Basehart. The Executive
Producer of this series was Michael Maclear who subsequently wrote the book 'Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Year
War' in 1981 based on this series.
9041.) VIENTAM GENERATION PUBLICATION: VOLUME 3, NO. 1: ->Swords Into Ploughshares: A 'Home Front'
Anthology. PB:Vietnam Generation, Inc.: Silver Spring, MD, 1990. 174 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Contains selections from persons involved in the anti-war movement.

28896.) VIET NAM GENERATION PUBLICATION, ->Viet Nam Generation: A Journal of Recent History and
Contemporary Culture, Volume 6, Numbers 1-2. Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

28936.) VIET NAM GENERATION PUBLICATION, ->Viet Nam Generation: A Journal of Recent History and
Contemporary Culture, Volume 7, Nos. 1-2. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

1278.) VIET REPORT: AN EMERGENCY NEW BULLETIN ON SOUTHEAST ASIAN AFFAIRS: MARCH/APRIL 1966.-
>American Counter-Diplomacy In Vietnam: The Professor, the Policeman and the Peasant. PB:Viet Report: New
York, 1966. 40 pgs., $4 Wraps, foxing of pages, o/w a v/g copy. Contains articles by William Bundy, Staughton Lynd,
Harry Braverman and Martin Nicolaus.
26842.) VIET, DANG VAN: ->Souvenirs D'Un Colonel Vietminh, 1945-2005. PB:Indo Editions: Paris, France, 2006.
285 pgs., $24.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a Viet Minh Colonel, French text. Preface by Charles-

20227.) VIETNAM ACTION CAMPAIGN, ->Vietnam Action., No. 4, November 1967. PB:Comment PUblishing Co.:
Sydney, Australia, 1967. 16 pgs., $2.99 Wraps pamphlet, owner stamp on inside page, o/w a v/g copy. An anti-war
publication by opponets of the war in Australia.

25986.) VIETNAM COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, FOREIGN RELATIONS: ->Vietnam Magazine, Vol. I, No. 4
1968. PB:Vietnam Council On Foreign Relation: Saigon, 1968. 40 pgs., $6 Wraps, a v/g plus copy. Cover has
ophoto of President Thieu, addressing joint session of National assembly on government's stand on peace talks in
Paris.
29200.) VIETNAM GENERATION PUBLICATION, ->Viet Nam Generation: A Journal of recent History and
Contemporary Issues, Volume 4, Number 1-2.os. Wraps trade ed., a fine copy.

5572.) VIETNAM GENERATION PUBLICATION, SPRING 1989, Volume I, No. 2: ->A White Man's War: Race Issues
and Vietnam. PB:Vietnam Generation, Inc.: Silver Spring, Md., 1989. 159 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade size ed., a
mint copy. A collection of papers that seek to explore the black experiences during the Vietnam War.

29199.) VIETNAM GENERATION PUBLICATION, SUMMER-FALL, Volume 1, Nos. 3-4. ->Gender and the War: Men,
Women and Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a very fine copy.

23842.) VIETNAM HELICOPTER PILOTS ASSOCIATION: ->Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association 1995
Membership Directory. PB:Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association: Cincinnati, OH, 1995. 368 pgs., $15 Wraps spiral

26198.) VIET-NAM INFORMATION OFFICE, PUBLICATION: ->Viet-Nam Bulletin, Special National Day Issue.
PB:Viet-Nam Information Office: Washington, DC, 1974. 31 pgs., $5 Wraps bulletin, a v/g plus copy.

26249.) VIETNAM ITEM, ->Principal Reports From Communist Radio and Press Sources Bulletin. PB:: , 1972. 9
pgs., $1.5 Wraps bulletin, a v/g plus copy. Bulletin reports on statement by Provisional Revolutionary Government of
the Repulic of South Viet-Nam on Two Key Problems of Their July 1971 Seven Point Solution. No postage charge
if ordered with a book. Date of bulletin is 3 Febraruy 1972.

26250.) VIETNAM ITEM, ->Principal Reports From Communist Radio and Press Sources. PB:: , 1972. 11 pgs.,
$1.5 Wraps bulletin, a v/g copy. Statements include DRV rejection of Nixon's 8-Point Plan, China's support of
PRGRSV stand, and Kosygin's statement of diplomatic support of the PRG.

26247.) VIETNAM ITEM, ->Saigon Daily News, December 7, 1968. PB:: , . 6 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g copy.
Headline reads Supreme Court to settle lawmaker' dispute.

26246.) VIETNAM ITEM, ->Saigon Daily News, December 9, 1968. PB:: , . 6 pgs., $2.6 Wraps, a v/g copy.
Headline reads Assembly press for cabinet shake-up. Also, Hanoi dashes hopes for early meet.

26251.) VIETNAM ITEM, ->Student Mobilization Committee Brochure. PB:Student Mobilization Committee: New
York, n.d.. 0 pgs., $7.5 Wraps, a v/g plus copy. A brochure calling attention to a November 3rd student strike with a
list of rallies rallies prior to the that date. Brochure outlines the basic principles of the SMC.

3238.) VIETNAM ITEM: ->In Country: Folk Songs of the Vietnam War. PB:Flying Fish Records, Inc.: Chicago, Il.,
1991. 0 pgs., $17.95 A CD containing 27 songs made by those who served in the Vietnam War. Some of these
songs grew out of the folksong revival of the late fities and early sixties, others come from rock, country, or blues
tradition. These are not commercial songs. Titles include Six Clicks, Cobra Seven, Tchepone.

5299.) VIETNAM ITEM: ->National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia,
Twenty-Second Annaul Meeting. PB:: , . 8 pgs., $5 A fine copy. Program for the 22nd annual meeting held in

9659.) VIETNAM ITEM: ->Program Souvenir: National Salute to Vietnam Veterans, November 10-14, 1982. PB:: ,
. 40 pgs., $3 A photocopied reprint. No postage charge when ordered with a book.

1287.) VIETNAM ITEM: ->Side one: M.I.A./P.O.W. (Prisoner of War Song) and Side two: Blow Ye Winds. PB:: , .
0 pgs., $4 A 45 rpm record, special disc jockey copy, badly scratched. Record by Captain John Canty, U.S.A.F.,

26503.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, April, 2005. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy. Lead
article is on the Battle of Ong Thanh.

26373.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2004. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps magazine, a fine
copy. Lead article on the Marine Combined Action program.


26360.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2001. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.
Lead articles deals with Soviet SAMS in North Vietnam.

26366.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2002. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.
Lead aritlce cover an inverview with a Huey pilot.

26371.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2003. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.
Lead article covers a Marine Recon Team's DMZ survival story.

26500.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, December 2003. PB:Vietnam Magazine: Leesburg, VA,
2003. 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy. Feature article is an exclusive interview with General Westmoreland.

26501.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, December 2004. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps a v/g plus
copy. Lead article is on Charlie Company's Nighmare Battle with the VC.

26504.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, February 2005. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.
Lead article is on TET 1968 and what the media didn't tell America.

26361.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, October 2001. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a v/g plus copy.
Lead issue deals with tracer teams with dogs used in Vietnam.

26506.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, October 2004. PB:: , . 66 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, a fine copy.
Lead article is on American armour being ambushed on Thunder Road. Also, there is an article on Diem's
31143.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, April 2004. Wraps, a fine copy. Lead article is on the search
for four Americal MIAs. Also, there is a reprint of Bernard's Fall article titled Dien Bien Phu: A Battle to Remember.

31981.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, April 2010. Wraps magazine, address label, o/w a fine copy.
Lead articles are Vietnam: The Last Great Picture War by Hal Buell and an article on Lansdale.

33828.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2011 Wraps magazine, address label on front cover,
o/w a fine copy. Cover issue on Operation Attleboro and Lst 11 Marines Out of Saigon.

31149.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, August 2009. Wraps, a fine copy.y. Lead article is on the
tactics of chopper pilots in Vietnam.

31145.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, December 2008. Wraps, a fine copy. Lead article is the
return of Hal Moore to the Ia Drang.

32896.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, December 2010. Wraps, address label, o/w a very fine copy.
Lead articles are on Ia Drang, General Harkins, and Marines at Cam Ne.

31146.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, February 2009. Wraps, a fine copy. Lead article is on the

31615.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, February 2010. Wraps a fine copy. Cover issue deals with
the TET Offensive and the attack on the embassy.

32897.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, February 2011. Wraps label, address label, o/w a very fine
copy. Lead articles are on Hue Massacre, embbay attack, and secret heor of Site 85 in Laos.

31982.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, June, 2010. Waps magazine, address label, o/w a fine
copy. Lead articles are Saigon's Last Days and Attack AT Dai Do.
31162.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, October 2009. Wraps, a fine copy. Lead stories are on TET
2 and how the U.S. got 250,000 combatants to defect.

32895.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, October 2010. Wraps, a address label, o/w a very fine copy.
Lead articles are on Khe Sanh, Fragging, and Marble Mountain.

33829.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, October 2011. Wraps magazine, address label on cover,
o/w a fine copy. Lead article is on LRRPs Recon operation.

33827.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine:, June, 2011. Wraps magazine, address label on front cover,
o/w a fine copy. This issue has a Special Section on Rolling Thunder XXIV. Also, an article on General Vang Pao' s

22300.) VIETNAM MAGAZINE: ->Reflections of Vietnam and Beyond. PB:Reflections, Inc.: Chanhassen, MN,
1987. 60 pgs., $7.5 Wraps magazine, second issue, a v/g copy. A magazine where the reader is the writer, written by
those touched by the Vietnam Experience.

28952.) VIETNAM VETERANS INSTITUTE, ->Journal of the Vietnam Veterans Institute, Volume 2, Number 1, 1993.
Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. An issue that primarily deals with Neil Sheehan's account of John Paul Vann in his

7759.) VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA PUBLICATION: ->Vietnam Veterans of American: Ten Years After.
PB: Vietnam Veterans of America: Washington, DC, 1998. 71 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. A special
issue celebrating the 10th year of the Vietnam Veterans of America,. Seventy one pages devoted to articles while
the remaining pages are congratulatory pages form individuals and businesses.

20119.) VIETNAMESE STUDIES, 1998, NO. 2: ->Aged People in Vietnam. PB:GIOI Publishers: Hanoi, 1998. 127
pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Contains 4 articles on the aged. In additons, there are two articles: (1)
on Francophone Vietnamese authors, and (2) Shakespeare Among the Vietnamese.



31629.) VIETNAN MAGAZINE, ->Vietnam Magazine, Winter 1988. Wraps, a v/g copy. Lead article is titled
Defense of An Loc Mission for 101st.

22154.) VILLANI, Eds. JIM and ROSE SAYRE: ->Pig Iron: Viet Nam Flashbacks. PB:Pig Iron Press: Youngstown,
OH, 1984. 96 pgs., $25 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. An anthology of non-fiction, fiction and poetry with superb
graphics. Contributors range from William Ehrhart to those not known but this is the best one issue anthology that I
have seen to date. It is part of the Pig Iron series, a series that has the support of the Ohio Arts Council.

21168.) VISTICA, GREGORY L.: ->The Educaiton of Lieutenant Kerrey. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2003. 1st
Edition 296 pgs., $12.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A journalistic inquiry into the issue of what happened in the
village of Thanh Phong between former Senator Kerrey and his men and the villagers.

25760.) VO NHAN TRI, THAI QUANT TRUNG: ->Behind the Vladivostok Initiative: The Soviet Strategic Reach In
Southeast Asia. PB:Indochina Report: Singapore, 1986. 71 pgs., $2.5 Wraps, cover removed from report, o/w a

1318.) VOGELGESANG, SANDY: ->The Long Dark Night of the Soul: The American Intellectual Left and the
Vietnam War. HC:Harper & Row: New York, 1974. 1st Edition 249 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book explores
why the leftist intelligensia seemed to fail to turn public opinion into public conscience during the 1960s--and what
significance that has for the 1970s.
26232.) VU VAN THAI, ->Our Concept of Development. PB:American Friends of Vietnam: New York, 1959. 10
pgs., $1.99 Wraps booklet containing address by the Honorable Vu Van Thai to the American Friends of Vietnam
conference they held on social development. Vu was Director General of the Budget and foreign Aid for the
Republic of Vietnam. Conference was held on the 23rd and 24th of October in 1959. No postage charge if ordered
with a book.
5778.) VU, TRAN TRI: ->Lost Years: My 1,632 days in Vietnamese Reeducation Camps. PB:Institute of East Asian
Studies: California, 1988. 381 pgs., $15 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a reserve lieutenant in ARVN who
was send to a reeducation camp.


6775.) WADE, LEIGH: ->Assault On Dak Pek: A Special Forces A-Team in Combat, 1970. PB:Ivy Books: New York,
1998. 1st Edition 273 pgs., $6.99 Wraps mass market ed., a mint copy. Memoir by a Special Forces member
5758.) WADE, LEIGH: ->Tan Phu: Special Forces Team A-23 In Combat. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1997. BC Edition
228 pgs., $12 PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1997. 228 pgs., $5.99 A very fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps mass market
ed., a mint copy. Memoir of a radioman for an A-23 Special Forces Team that was sent to Tan Phu in the Mekong
Delta in 1963.
1319.) WALKER, KEITH: Foreward by MARTHA RAYE:->A Piece of My Heart: The Stories of Twenty Six American
Women Who Served In Vietnam. PB:Ballantine Books: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 429 pgs., $6 Wraps, a mass
markte ed., a v/g copy. This was the first book that focused on the role of women in the Vietnam War.


6373.) WALTON, RICHARD J.: ->Cold War and Counter-Revolution: The Foreign Policy of John F. Kennedy.
HC:Viking Press: New York, 1972. 1st Edition 250 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g d/j.
34193.) warbey, WILLIAM: ->Ho Chi Minh and the Struggle for an Independent Vietnam. Wraps trade ed., a v/g
copy. Author was a Labour M.P. who opposed Great Britain's Vietnam War policy , and resigned in protest. He was
an early participant in the early peace negotiations, then later exposed what he believed was duplicity on the part of
the Wison Governemt and the Americans.
2862.) WARD, JOSEPH T.: ->Dear Mom: A Sniper's Vietnam. HC:Ivy Books: New York, 1991. BC Edition 255 pgs.,
$10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g plus copy. Account of a Marine sniper who
served in Vietnam during 1969. He claims to have been one of about 12 Marines to operate in Laos.


26815.) WARE, Jr. EZELL and JOEL ENGEL: ->By Duty Bound: Survival and Redemption in a Time of War. HC:E.
P. Dutton: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 321 pgs., $2.99 PB:New American Library: New York, 2006. 1st Edition 321
pgs., $1.99 A very fine copy in a very fine d/j.. Wraps a trade size ed, remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy.
Personal memoir of a black soldier who served in Vietnam, later becoming a Brigadier General in the National
Guard.
1321.) WARNER, DENIS: ->Certain Victory: How Hanoi Won the War. HC:Sheed Andrews & McMeel: Kansas City,
MO, 1978. 1st Edition 295 pgs., $103 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book first published under title 'Not With Guns Alone'
by Hutchinson of Australia in 1977. Warner was a very distinguished war correspondent and he began covering
Southeast Asia in 1949.
5957.) WARR, NICHOLAS: ->Phase Line Green: The Battle For Hue, 1968. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1999. 1st
Edition 255 pgs., $6 Wraps, a mass market ed., a fine copy. Author was a Marine platoon leader invovled in the

6537.) WARREN, JOHN: ->America's Intervention In Vietnam: An Anthology. PB:Longman, Inc.: White Plains, NY,
1987. 336 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Anthology has 26 selections.

19997.) WASHINGTON MONTHLY 1971, APRIL: ->Bored By the War? PB:Washington Monthly: Washington, DC,
1971. 64 pgs., $5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. This issue contains four articles on the war and an introduciton by
3964.) WATERHOUSE, CHARLES: ->Vietnam Sketchbook: Drawings from Delta to DMZ. PB:Charles E. Tuttle
Company: Rutland, Vt., 1968. 1ST Edition 126 pgs., $12.5 Wrapst trade ed., a v/g copy. Author served with the 5th
Marine Divison on Iwo Jima during World War II.

3172.) WATSON, JAMES and KEVIN DOCKEY:->Point Man: Inside the Toughest and Most Deadly Unit in Vietnam
By a Founding Member of the Elite Navy Seals. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1993. 1st Edition 396 pgs.,
$3.99 A fine copy in a fine d/j. James Watson was an initial member-a 'plank owner' of the U.S. Navy Seal Team
Two. He served three tours in Vietnam, beginning in 1967.


6430.) WATSON, JAMES: with KEVIN DOCKERY ->Walking Point: The Experience of A Founding Member of the
Elite Navy SEALS. HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1997. 1st Edition 288 pgs., $4.95 A fine copy in a v/g
plus d/j. The author recounts the history of the SEALS, from their inception in 1962 thorugh his three tours of duy in
Vietnam.
3185.) WATTS, RALPH S.: ->Saigon: The Final Days. PB:Pacific Press Publishing Association: Boise, Id., 1990.
87 pgs., $6 Wraps trade size ed., a v/g plus copy. Account written by person who directed the evacuation of Seventh-
day Adventist Vietnamese and overseas personnel during the fall of Saigon.

29278.) WEBB, WILLARD J. abd WALTER S. POOLE: ->The Joint Chiefs of Staff and the War in Vietnam, 1971-
1973. HC:Office of Chairman Joint Chiefs: Washington, DC, 2007. 1ST Edition 521 pgs., $49.5 A mint copy..

8190.) WEIGL, BRUCE: ->The Circle of Hanh. HC:Grove Press: New York, 2000. 1st Edition 208 pgs., $2.99 A mint
copy in a near mint d/j. Personal memoir of a noted poet of the Vietnam War, one who actually served in Nam. In
this memoir, he tells of his harrowing journey back to Vietnam to adopt a Vietnamese daughter.

1323.) WEIL, CHARLES A.: ->Curtains Over Vietnam. HC:Exposition Press: Jericho, N.Y., 1969. 1st Edition 155 pgs.,
$15 Name on enapper, o/w a v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Another copy, $7.50, ex-library with library markings on spine,
inside cover & title page. Light soiling top edge, o/w a v/g copy. Book is a strategic appraisal by author of what he
considers to be suppressed aspects of U.S. security stake in Vietnam.

9068.) WEINSTEIN, FRANKLIN B.: ->Vietnam's Unheld Elections: the Failure to Carry Out the 1956 Reunification
Elections and the Effect on Hanoi's Present Outlook. PB:Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University: Ithaca, NY,
1966. 65 pgs., $6 Wraps photocopied monograph, a v/g copy.

1324.) WEISS, PETER: ->Notes On the Cultural Life of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. PB:Dell Publishing
Co.: New York, 1970. 1st Edition 180 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Title orginally published in Germany in
1968. Author visited North Vietnam in 1968. Focuses on the will of the North Vietnamese people in their struggle
against the 'world's greatest military power.'
6319.) WELLS, TOM: ->The War Within: America's Battle Over Vietnam. HC:University of California Press: Berkeley,
CA, 1994. 1st Edition 706 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A history of the American homefront during the

9275.) WELLS, TOM: ->Wild Man: the Life and Times of Daniel Ellsberg. HC:St. Martin's Press: New York, 2001. 1st
Edition 692 pgs., $2.95 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. A highly personal biography of Daniel Ellsberg.

1326.) WELSH, DOUGLAS: ->The History of the Vietnam War. HC:Galahad Books: New York, 1981. 1st Edition 192
pgs., $12 A fine copy in a v/g plus d/j. A picture book but it contains an excellent text with an index. Author served

20517.) WERNER, Eds. JAYNE and DANIELE BELANGER: ->Gender, Household, State: Doi Moi in Viet Nam.
PB:Cornell SEAP Publications: Cornell, NY, 2002. 151 pgs., $24.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A collection of
essays addressing the state of women's lives in Viet Nam during doi moi, the period of economic market reforms that
characterized the 1990s.
6195.) WERNER, JAYNE and DAVID HUNT: ->The American War in Vietnam. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program:
Ithaca, NY, 1993. 121 pgs., $16.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. A series of articles emerging from the first
conference between American and Vietnamese scholars held in Hanoi after the Vietnam War.

3100.) WERNER, JAYNE SUSAN: ->Peasant Politics and Religious Sectarianism: Peasant and Priest in the Cao Dai
in Viet Nam. PB:Yale University Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, Ct., 1981. 122 pgs., $13.95 Wraps trade size
ed., a mint copy. An excellent study on the Cao Dai religious sect.

25516.) WERRELL, KENNETH P.: ->Archie to SAM: A Short Operational History of Ground-Based Air Defense.
PB:Air University Press: Maxwell AFB, AL, 2005. Rev. Edition 286 pgs., $28.95 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a
mint copy. This is a revised edition of Archie, Flak, AAA and SAM: A Short operational History of Ground-Based Air
Defense that was published in 1988. Two chapters deal with the air war in Vietnam..


1327.) WERRELL, KENNETH P.: ->Archie, Flak, AAA, and Sam: A Short Operational History of Ground-Based Air
Defense. PB:Air University Press: Maxwell AFB, Al., 1988. 198 pgs., $4.95 Wraps trade ed., signed by author, a
mint copy. The book contains a chapter on Vietnam.

33697.) WERRELL, KENNETH P.: ->Chasing the Silver Bullet: U.S. Air Force Weapons Development from Vietnam
to Desert Storm. HC:Smithsonian Books: Washington, DC, 2003. 1ST Edition 346 pgs., $12.5 Signed by author, a
1328.) WERRELL, KENNETH P.: ->Linebacker II: The Decisive Use of Airpower? PB:: , 1986. 24 pgs., $1.75
Photocopied reprint on Linebacker II. (Note: I am interested in obtaining for myself manuscripts on the war & I am
more than glad to list them for sale at my copying cost if you wish.)

21539.) WESSELING, LOUIS: ->Fueling the War: Revealing An Oil Company's Role in Vietnam. HC:I. B. Taurus:
London, 2000. 207 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Written by the Cheif Executive of Shell Oil in Vietnam, he
outlines how his firm controlled half of the couuntry's oil supply, which was purcased by the Americans, used by
South Vietnamese and fought for by the Vietcong and the north Vietnamese.


29447.) WESTHEIDER, JAMES E.: ->The African American Experience in Vietnam: Brothers In Arms. PB:Rowan &
Littlefield Publishers: Lanham, MD, 2008. 1ST Edition 175 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author analyzes
the intersection of racial politics at home and in Vietnam, civil rights and the antiwar movement, the promise of
equality with the realityof continued discrimination, and, ultimately, the attemps to remedy these problems.

25075.) WESTING, ARTHUR H.: ->Ecological Consequences of the Second Indochina War. HC:Stockholm
International Peace Research Insitut: Stockholm, Sweden, 1976. 119 pgs., $12.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. The
study describes the various means of environmental assault used in Indochina, including high-explosive munitions,
anti--plant chemicals, mechanized land clearing and other techniques.

1263.) WESTMORELAND, WILLIAM C.: ->A Soldier Reports. HC:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1976. 1ST Edition
446 pgs., $7.5 Signed by autthor, a v/g copy in poor d/j.A v/g copy in a good only d/j. Personal account by the
author. He does give a fairly candid account of his view on the war.

9221.) WETTERHAHN, RALPH: ->The Last Battle: The Mayaguez Incident and the End of the Vietnam War.
HC:Carroll & Graf: New York, 2001. 1st Edition 384 pgs., $5.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. The most complete

22700.) WHALEN, JACK and RICHARD FLACKS: ->Beyond the Barricades: The Sixties Generation Grows Up.
HC:Temple University Press: Philadelphia, 1989. 310 pgs., $12 Ex-library, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. An
account of the lives of eighteen men and women who were anti-war activists at the University of California, Santa
Barbara. The author claim their research of this sample indicates activists did not abandon their beliefs or become
disillusioned with the prospects for social change as they left the university.
7941.) WHELCHEL, TOSHIO: ->From Pearl Harbor to Saigon: Japanese American Soldiers and the Vietnam War.
HC:Verso: London, 1999. 1st Edition 203 pgs., $12 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Personal memoir of a Japanese
American marine and the racism he experienced during the Vietnam War.

24392.) WHITE, CHRSTIEN: ->Revolution and Its Adherents: The Development of the Revolutionary Movement in
Vietnam. PB:Privately printed.: St. Croix, V.I., 1973. Rep. Edition 78 pgs., $10 Wraps photocopied reprint, a fine
copy. Copy of a paper given at a Research Conference on Communist Revolutions in St. Croix, V.I. Sponsored by
the Planning Group on Comparative Communist Stuides of the American Council of Learned Societies.


1265.) WHITE, RALPH K.: ->Nobody Wanted War: Misperception In Vietnam and Other Wars. HC:Doubleday and
Co.: New York, 1968. 1st Edition 347 pgs., $7.5 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
4763.) WHITMORE, TERRY as told to RICHARD WEBER:->Memphis-Nam-Sweden. PB:University Press of
Mississippi: Jackson, MS, 1997. 1st Edition 202 pgs., $7.5 Wraps a mint copy. This is a reprint edition that contains
and afterword by Jeff Loeb. Account of an enlisted black Marine who fled to Sweden after being ordered back to
Vietnam after his first tour of duty there. On his first tour, he had been seriously wounded and he was personally
awarded his Purple Heart by Presidents Johnson and Ky in Japan.

28229.) WIEST, ANDREW: ->Vietnam's Forgotten Army: Heroism and Betrayal in the ARVN. HC:New York Univeristy
Press: New York, 2007. 2ND Edition 349 pgs., $19.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Book chronicles the lives of two
Vietnamese officers, one who was captured as Saigon fell and the other who surrendered himself and his troops as
the NVA advanced on Saigon. Book has a foreward by Senator Jim Webb.

26914.) WIEST, Ed. ANDREW: ->Rolling Thunder In a Gentle Land: the Vietnam war Revisited. HC:Osprey
Publishing Ltd.: Oxford, 2006. 1st Edition 336 pgs., $9.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j.cpy This book looks at the
Vietnam War from the 1940s through to the fall of Saigon. There are 15 distinguished contributors that raise new
quesitions conerning the war and conventional views are challenged. Book is well illustrated with maps,
photographs, and diagrams.
1267.) WILCOX, FRED A.: ->Waiting For An Army To Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange. A wraps trade ed., a v/g

1268.) WILCOX, ROBERT K.: ->Scream of Eagles. HC:John Wiley & Sons: New York, 1990. 1st Edition 295 pgs.,
$12 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1992. 1st Edition 289 pgs., $6 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., a v/g plus copy. Account of the U.S. Navy's fighter pilots during the Vietnam War.

23547.) WILLBANKS, JAMES H.: ->Abandoning Vietnam: How America Left and South Vietnam Lost its War.
HC:University Press of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, 2004. 2nd Edition 377 pgs., $32.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A
history of how Nixon's policies ended the war for the United States but sowed the seeds of destruciton for its ally,
South Viettnam. A well researched work.
25119.) WILLBANKS, JAMES H.: ->The Battle of An Loc. HC:Indiana Univeristy Press: Bloomington, IN, 2005. 1st
Edition 226 pgs., $7.5 A mint copy in a mint d/j. A firsthand account by a Vietnam veteran of a desperate battle
fought during Hanoi's 1972 Easter Offensive.

26848.) WILLBANKS, JAMES H.: ->The TET Offensive: A Concise History. PB:Columbia Univeristy Press: New
York, 2007. 264 pgs., $12.5 Wraps traded., a mint brand new copy. This study deals with the communist planning for
the offensve and the battles themselves, as well as the myths surrounding the offensive and its political and military
consequences.
2971.) WILLENSON, KIM with the CORRESPONDENTS OF NEWSWEEK:->The Bad War: An Oral History of the
Vietnam War. HC:New American Library: New York, 1987. 1st Edition 451 pgs., $3.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Book
contains testimony of a wide range of people involved in the Vietnam War, from GIs to South Vietnamese ex-
generals. Also, there are statements by noted hawks and doves on the war.

1333.) WILLIAMS, Ed. REESE: ->Unwinding the Vietnam War: From War Into Peace. PB:Real Comet Press:
Seattle, Wa., 1987. 1st Edition 448 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy. Book is published in conjunction
with Washington Project for the Arts as part of a series of programs titled 'War and Memory: In the Aftermath of
Vietnam.'
1334.) WILLIAMS, Ed. TOM: ->Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders of the Vietnam Veteran. PB:Disabled American
Veterans: Cincinnati, OH, 1980. 140 pgs., $10 Wraps trade ed., name on front cover, o/w a v/g copy. Book contains
8 studies on the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorders for Vietnam veterans and their families.

7638.) WILLIAMS, Ed. TOM: ->Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders: A Handbook for Clinicians. PB:Disabled American
Vetrans: Cincinnati, OH, 1987. 302 pgs., $2.99 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy. Articles in this book are as a result ot the
work the contributors have done in the treatment of Vietnam War veterans.

1335.) WILLIAMS, Ed. WILLIAM A., THOMAS McCORMICK, LLOYD GARDNER and WALTER LaFEBER:->America
In Vietnam: A Documentary History. PB:Doubleday & Co.: New York, 1985. 5th Edition 345 pgs., $1.99 Wraps trade

29317.) WILLIAMS, KENNETH D.: ->Blue Tiger. Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Personal memoir of an infantryman
who served in Vietnam from 1967-1968. He kept a diary during his tour and rereading his diary years later helped
him to overcome his trauma of the war.




5083.) WILLIAMS, MICHAEL C.: ->Vietnam At the Crossroads. PB:Royal Institute of Intternational Affairs: London,
1992. 104 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a v/g copy.
Author looks at the impact economic reform has had on Vietnam's political system, society, and foreign policy.

1332.) WILLIAMS, ROGER NEVILLE: Foreward by WILLIAM SLOANE COFFIN, JR.:->The New Exiles: American War
Resisters In Canada. HC:Liveright Publishers: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 401 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.
Written by an exiled war resister and it purports to tell the story of the estimated 40,000 to 100,000 who fled to
Canada. Foreward by William Sloane Coffin, Jr..
2972.) WILSON, GEORGE C.: ->Mud Soldiers; Life Inisde the New American Army. HC:Charles Scribner's Sons: New
York, 1989. 1ST Edition 276 pgs., $10 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. Author begins his book with a recreation of
the battle by 2d Platoon, Charlie Company, in Vietnam in 1966, during which the platoon was all but decimated.
He looks at this same platoon 20 years later in terms of their background, training, discipline and routines of barracks
life.
1337.) WILSON, JAMES R.: ->Landing Zones: Southern Veterans Remember Vietnam. HC:Duke University Press:
Durham, N.C., 1990. 267 pgs., $12 Remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. D/J has been kept
in a mylar cover.. An oral history of 24 Vietnam veterans from the South. Author served as an Army press officer in
Vietnam. He points out that 31% of Americans who served in Vietnam came from the 11 states of the old
Confederacy and that 28% of those killed were from these states. These oral histories depict the southern heritage of
honor in military service and a sense of patriotism which was tested and questioned by some whereas others this
heritage served as a source of strength.

3722.) WILSON, JIM: ->The Sons of Bardstown: 25 Years of Vietnam in an American Town. HC:Crown Publishers:
New York, 1994. 1st Edition 198 pgs., $15 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j. The story of a town that lost 17 of its
sons during the Vietnam War, 5 during one single battle in 1969.

1338.) WINDCHY, EUGENE G.: ->Tonkin Gulf. HC:Doubleday and Co.: New York, 1971. 1st Edition 358 pgs., $3.95
A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Author was a jounralist and he interviewed crews of the Maddox and Turner Joy for this

1340.) WINSLOW, ALAN: ->Vietnam and the Decline of American Democracy. PB:Privately printed.: , 1967. 59
pgs., $7.5 Wraps, inscribed by author, a vg copy. Another copy, $4.00.

7013.) WINTER, RONALD: ->Masters of the Art: A Marine's Memoir of Parris Island and Vietnam. HC:Carlton Press,
Inc.: New York, 1989. BC Edition 239 pgs., $12 Nameplate on enpaper, o/w a fine copy in a fine d/j. Personal
memoir of a Marine who flew 300 missions in Vietnam as an aerial gunner.

5822.) WINTERS, FRANCIS: ->The Year of the Hare: American In Vietnam, January 25, 1963-February 15, 1964.
HC:University of Georgia Press: Athens, GA, 1997. 1st Edition 292 pgs., $12.5 A v/g plus copy in a v/g plus d/j.
Author explores the question as to why the Kennedy Administration chose to overthrow Diem.

3723.) WINTLE, JUSTIN: ->Romancing Vietnam: Inside the Boat Country. HC:Viking Press: New York, 1991. 1st
Edition 466 pgs., $2.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. A travel account to post-war Vietnam written in journal form. The
author visits sites made famous during the war, interviews Giap and Le Duc Tho, and he comes away feeling that the
present regime by its outmoded ideology is holding back an enterprising people.

1354.) WIRTZ, JAMES J.: ->The TET Offensive: Intelligence Failure In War. PB:Cornell University Press: Ithaca,
NY, 1994. 2ND Edition 290 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author was teaching at the Department of
National Security Affairs at Naval Postgraduate School when book was published.

6162.) WITCOVER, JULES: ->The Year the Dream Died: Revisiting 1968 In America. HC:Warner Books: New York,
1997. 1st Edition 544 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. A history of the American homefront during the critical

7124.) WITNESS, SUMMER/FALL 1988, VOLUME II, NUMBER 2/3. ->The Sixties. PB:Witness: Farmington Hills,
MI, 1988. 281 pgs., $7.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine copy. Contains essays and poetry on the issues of the sixties.

3316.) WOLF, ERIC R.: ->Peasant Wars of the Twentieth Century. PB:Faber & Faber Ltd.: London, 1973. 328 pgs.,
$2.99 Wraps a trade size ed., a v/g copy. Author presents six cases of rebellion and revolution in modern era in
which peasants have taken the lead. Countries are Mexico, Russia, China, Vietnam, Algeria, and Cuba. His
approach is that of an anthropologist who seeks to analyze various categories of peasants and other classes within
the society.
25622.) WOLFF, LESTER L.: ->Report of Special Study Mission to Asia. PB:Government Printing Office:
Washington, DC, 1971. 37 pgs., $1.5 Wraps, a v/g copy. No postage charge if order with another book.
Congressman Wolff was a member of the House Committe On Foreign Affairs and his trip was made in December of
1970 and submitted to the Committee On foreign Affairs. Nine pages are devoted to Vietnam.

4871.) WOLFF, TOBIAS: ->In Pharaoh's Army: Memories of the Lost War. HC:Alfred A. Knopf: New York, 1994. 1st
Edition 221 pgs., $2.99 A fine copy in a v/g d/j. D/J has about an inch tear along bottom of back cover but d/j is
bright and clean.. Wolff provides a portrait of his youthful self, both in Vietnam and upon his home from the war.
Book was a finalist for the National Book Award.
25730.) WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SCHOLARS PUBLICATION:->Some Lessons and
Non-Lessons of Vietnam: Ten Years After the Paris Peace Accords. PB:Woodrow Wilson Center: Washingoton, DC,
1983. 59 pgs., $7.5 Wraps monogrpah, a v/g copy. Publication is a summary of proceedings from The U.S.
Experience in Vietnam, a Conference on the History of the Vietnam War, sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson Center
on January 7-8, 1983.

22933.) WOODRUFF, MARK W.: ->Foxtrot Ridge: A Battle Remembered. HC:Vandamere Press: Clearwater, FL,
2002. BC Edition 215 pgs., $3.95 A fine copy in a fine d/j. An account of the battle fought by Foxtrot Company,
2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment at its assinged outpost along the Vietnamese Laaos border in 1968, after the
TET Ofensive.



22702.) WOODS, Ed. RANDALL B.: ->Vietnam and the American Political Tradition: The Politics of Dissent.
PB:Cambridge Univeristy Press: New York, 2003. 1st Edition 324 pgs., $12.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author
edits a number of papers on dissent among establishment Senators who were basically conservative in foreign
policy outlook. They began to perceive that Cold War liberalism was a radical departure from the fundamental
ideals of the republic. Senators profiled are Gruening, McGovern, Church, Fulbright, Mansfield, Cooper, and Gore.


1357.) WOODSTONE, NORMA SUE: ->Up Against the War. PB:Tower Publications: New York, 1970. 187 pgs., $5
Wraps mass market ed., a v/g copy. Another copy, $3.50, cover creased & foxing outer edges, o/w a good plus copy.
Collection of personal stories of war resisters and according to the cover blurb, 'what they will do next.'

23541.) WOOK, CHOI BYUNG: ->Southern Vietnam Under the Reign of Minh Mang, 1820-1841: Central Policies
and Local Response. PB:Cornell Southeast Asia Program: Ithaca, NY, 2004. 226 pgs., $22.95 Wraps trade ed., a
mint copy. The book seeks to explain a series of significant events that took place during the first half of the 19th
centry. These events were military moves to the north from this region to unify the country and (2) the 1833 Le Van
Khoi revolt in the south calling for independent rule in the south.
1360.) WORLD WITHOUT WAR COUNCIL, ->Vietnam Peace Proposals. PB:: , 1967. 52 pgs., $5 Phamplet

3739.) WORMSER, RICHARD L.: ->Three Faces of Vietnam. HC:Franklin Watts: New York, 1993. 2nd Edition 157
pgs., $19.95 Mint in mint d/j as purchased new in library binding. Seeks to protray the Vietnam War from the eyes
of the American soldier who fought the war, the American students who protested the war and the Vietnamese
people who suffered the consequences of the war. Author was active in the anti-war movement during the Vietnam
War. Written for Junior High students.
1366.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum 1: A Review of Vietnamese Culture. PB:Yale
Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1983. 120 pgs., $11 Wraps trade ed., a v/g plus copy.

1367.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum 2: A Review of Vietnamese Culture. PB:Yale
Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1983. 161 pgs., $10.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy as

2871.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum 9: A Review of Vietnamese Culture and Society.
PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1987. 276 pgs., $11 Wraps trade ed., a mint
4878.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 13: A Review of Vietnamese Culture and
Society. PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1990. 233 pgs., $11 Wraps trade

4879.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 14: A Review of Vietnamese Culture and
Society. PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1994. 357 pgs., $17.5 Wraps trade

4874.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 3: A Review of Vietnamese Culture.
PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1984. 169 pgs., $10.5 Wraps trade ed., a mint

5237.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 4: A Review of Vietnamese Culture
PB:Yale Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT, 1984. 178 pgs., $11 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

4875.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 5: A Review of Vietnamese Culture.
PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1985. 259 pgs., $11 Wraps trade ed., a mint

4876.) YALE SOUTHEAST ASIA STUDIES: ->The Vietnam Forum No. 6: A Review of Vietnamese Culutre.
PB:Yale Center for International and Area Studies: New Haven, CT., 1985. 274 pgs., $10.5 Wraps trade ed., a fine

3194.) YARBOROUGH, TOM: ->Da Nang Diary. PB:St. Martin's Press: New York, 1991. 1st Edition 280 pgs., $6
Wraps, a mass market ed., a v/g copy. Personal memoir of a Forward Air Controller who served in Vietnam during

25399.) YARBOROUGH, TRIM: ->Surviving Twice: Amerasian Children of the Vietnam War. HC:Potomac Books:
Washington, DC, 2005. 1st Edition 301 pgs., $23.95 A mint copy in a mint d/j. Case histories of 5 Amerasians who
came to this country between 1988 and 1994 under the Amerasian Homecoming Act. Book raises significant
questions about how mixed-race children born of wars and occupations are treated and the ways in which the shifting
laws, policies, social attitudes, and bureaucratic red tape of two nations affect them their entire lives. Thirty
thousand came to the United States thorugh this act along with about 80,000 other Asians claiming to be their
relatives.
23942.) YBARRA, LEA: ->Vietnam Veteranos: Chicanos Recall the War. HC:Universityof Texas Press: Austin, TX,
2004. 1st Edition 246 pgs., $12.5 A very fine copy. No d/j. A collection of 24 oral histoires of Chicano Vietnam

34195.) YOHNKA, RICHARD: ->Bamboo Songs. Wraps trade ed., prior owner's name on enpaper, o/w a fine copy.
Written by a Vietanm veteran who responds to his Vietnam experience. Book contain 42 poems and 13 black and

1373.) YOUNG, DARRYL: ->The Element of Surprise: Navy Seals In Vietnam. PB:Ivy Books: New York, 1990. 1st
Edition 274 pgs., $4.95 Wraps mass market original, mint as purchased new.

7702.) YOUNG, STEPHEN and NGUYEN NGOC HUY: ->The Tradition of Human Rights In China and Vietnam.
PB:Yale Council On Southeast Asia Studies: New Haven, CT., 1990. 480 pgs., $21 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy.

20452.) ZABECKI, Ed. DAVID T.: ->Vietnam: A Reader. PB:iBooks: New York, 2002. 1st Edition 411 pgs., $6 Wraps
trade ed., remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a v/g copy. A selection of articles taken from the Vietnam Magazine.

26054.) ZACHARIAS, KAREN SPEARS: ->Hero Mama: A Daughter Remembers the Father She Lost in Vietnam-and
the Mother Who Held Her Family Togehter.the ll HC:William Morrow & Co.: New York, 2005. 1st Edition 367 pgs.,
$12 small remainder mark bottom edge, o/w a very fine copy in a very fine d/j. Memoir of a daughter whose father
was killed in action in Vietnam.



1376.) ZAFFIRI, SAMUEL: ->Hamburger Hill: May 11-20, 1969. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, CA, 1988. 1st Edition
304 pgs., $3.99 PB:Pocket Books: New York, 1989. 1st Edition 348 pgs., $1.99 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. Wraps a mass
market ed., a v/g copy. Book is an account of the battle for Ap Bia Mountain.

1377.) ZAGORIA, DONALD S.: ->Vietnam Triangle: Moscow/Peking/Hanoi. HC:Pegasus: New York, 1967. 286 pgs.,
$2.95 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j. author argues that Russia, China and Vietnam each has its own particular interest
and investment in the Vietnam War and no solution can be found to the war without an understanding of these
diverse interests. A good analysis at the time.
8188.) ZHAI, QIANG: ->China and the Vietnam Wars, 1950-1975. PB:University of North Carolina Press: Chapel
Hill, NC, 2000. 2nd Edition 304 pgs., $20.95 Wraps trade ed., a mint copy. Author draws on newly released Chinese
archival sources, memoirs and diaries, and documentary collections.

25734.) ZONGSHI, MA: ->Perestroika in Vietnam: A Balance Sheet. PB:Indochina Report: Singapore, 1988. 19
pgs., $2.5 Wraps a v/g copy. Author is an analyst from the Peoples Republic of China who is a specialist on Vietnam

2839.) ZUMBRO, RALPH: ->Tank Sergeant. HC:Presidio Press: Novato, Ca., 1986. 1st Edition 196 pgs., $2.99 Ex-
library, a v/g copy in a good plus d/j. D/J taped to book. Author served in Company A, 1st Bn, 69th Armor in Vietnam

1381.) ZUMWALT, Jr. ADMIRAL ELMO and LT. ELMO ZUMWALT, III with JOHN PEKKANEN:->My Father, My Son.
HC:Macmillian Publishing Co.: New York, 1986. BC Edition 224 pgs., $10 A v/g copy in a v/g d/j.


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