This category is for websites with information pertaining to the war that took place in VietNam during the 1960's and 1970's. The principal parties the North Vietnam and the Vietcong on one side, and the United States and South Vietnam on the other. This war is known in Vietnam today as the 'American War'.
An annotated list of books, videos, and music.
Statement of President de Gaulle at his tenth press conference in Paris, July 23, 1964.
Letter from President Johnson to Ho Chi Minh, President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, February 8, 1967 for peace negotiations.
The record of North Vietnam's campaign to conquer South Viet-Nam.
Navy Mobile Riverine Force boats in action. Describes service, includes guestbook.
Provides full-text access to the ERIC Digest of this name which deals with how to teach students about the Vietnam War.
A history of the 1972 spring offensive in the Central Highlands from the perspective of a US Army aviator participant.
Illustrated essay on war memorials in Vietnam, contrasting them to the memorials within the United States.
Files and images about the U.S. experience in Vietnam, especially during the early years. Site by reporter and novelist Dan Ford, who was in Vietnam in 1964.
The Joint Resolution of U.S. Congress approved on August 10, 1964.
President Johnson's message to Congress on August 5, 1964.
Includes timeline, weapons, pictures and analysis of the conflict.
The program of the People's Revolutionary Party of January, 1962.
Transcript of "A Television History; Roots of a War (1945-1953)", made in 1983 for the PBS.
Features examples of equipment and uniforms from the conflict.
Extensively annotated and cross-linked history of the conflict.
Vietnam War History, major battles and statistics, Collectables and Vietnam War Picture galleries.
Provides information on books, news, movies, and magazines relative to the Vietnam War experience.
Site dedicated to the events of Nov. 1965 at LZ XRAY in the Ia Drang Valley; the first major battle of the US forces.
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