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Why the North Won the Vietnam War Tape #1 (original)

Item Number: 2679AU3248
 Audio
Language
English
Digital Object Type
Audio
Physical Location
Stacks D154.1K
Number of Media
1
Item is Copyrighted - It is not available outside the VNCA building
Format
Cassette
Time - Hr:Min:Sec
2:05:15

Dates

  • 27 October 2000

General Note / OCR

One cassette tape consisting of voice-recordings from the Why the North Won the Vietnam War publication conference held at Gettysburg College in October 2000 with the support of the Eisenhower Foundation and the Reserve Officers Association, featuring presentations of contributors’ ideas that came to form the chapters of the book and questions/comments from the audience. Speakers included George Herring, Marilyn Young, and other scholars of the Vietnam War. Cold War - Chinese advisors - Bill Duyker - Johnson administration - polycentrism - Fred Lovall - international relations: U.S. - anti-war movement - politics: U.S. - bombing restrictions - gradual escalation - Madame Chenault - Richard Nixon - Nguyen Van Thieu - Sino-Soviet relations - Air Defense: NVN - Nixon-Kissinger strategy - detente - diplomacy - diplomatic war - anti-colonialist movement - Ho Chi Minh - Le Duan - Spring Offensive 1972 - Russian airlift Laos - politics: NVN - NLF - Professor Mark Gilbert - Le Loi - Ambassador William Colby - Korean War - Peace churches - public opinion: U.S. - John Prados - Merle Pribbenow - civil rights movement - Fidel Castro - anti-nuclear movement - Beat generation - Alan Ginsberg - society: U.S. - economy: U.S. - economics - Phil Meilinger - Phoumi Nosavong

Pub Credit Line
2679AU3248, Marc Gilbert Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 07 Dec 2018 [Updated: 18 Jul 2019]