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Faye Dodge Collection (1871) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18710000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Less than one linear foot of newspaper articles regarding the interment of the Vietnam War Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetary and the return of American POWs from Vietnam.

Collection: Faye Dodge Collection

Added: 08 Nov 2006[Updated: 08 Nov 2006]
Rene J. Defourneaux Collection (1904) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19040000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Approximately one linear foot of draft manuscripts and material used by Rene Defourneaux to write his book The Winking Fox , which documents Defourneaux's service during World War II with the Office of Strategic Service (OSS) where he trained members of the French Resistance behind German lines and parachuted behind Japanese lines in Vietnam to meet with Ho Chi Minh and Vo Nguyen Giap. There is also a DVD copy from the BBC's Timewatch series titled 'Uncle Ho and Uncle Sam' that documents Ho Chi Minh's cooperation with the United States' Office of Strategic Services against the Japanese during World War II.

Added: 06 Dec 2006[Updated: 29 Apr 2011]
Peter Decker Collection (1907) Finding Aid
Item Number: 19070000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of documents. One draft article for the Naval Intelligence Professional Quarterly Journal written by Captain John Vinson, USN (Ret.) and Commander Peter Decker, USN (Ret.) titled 'Bad Things Happen When You Take a War Littorialy' discusses lessons learned from the U.S. Navy's 'Brown Water' experience in the Vietnam War.

Added: 11 Dec 2006[Updated: 20 Mar 2018]
Kenneth N. Dicus Collection (1708) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17080000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Letters from Kenneth N. Dicus document his recommendation for Leland W. Komich to receive the Medal of Honor Award for his actions at LZ XRay and LZ Albany on 14 and 17 November 1965.

Added: 02 Dec 2005[Updated: 22 Jun 2007]
R. E. Dodson Collection (918) Finding Aid
Item Number: 9180000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Museum objects document Dodson's service in the Navy in Vietnam

Added: 20 Dec 2005[Updated: 20 Dec 2005]
Henry L. Dunn Collection (1700) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17000000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Photographs of LZ Albany and LZ X-Ray during the Ia Drang Valley Campaign in November 1965.

Added: 04 Jan 2006[Updated: 01 Feb 2006]
William Alfred Freeman Collection (1718) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17180000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Six photographs taken in 10 second intervals depict the decommissioning at sea of the USS Nereus in the 1960s.

Added: 06 Jan 2006[Updated: 31 Jan 2006]
Edward (Teddy) G. Lee Collection (1737) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17370000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Photocopies of a photograph of Lee, Award for the Silver Star document, and a brief description of a short battle document Sgt. Edward G. (Teddy) Lee'smilitary service in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne Division from 1967 until his death by an enemy sniper on 13 May 1968.

Added: 15 Mar 2006[Updated: 14 Sep 2006]
Nguyen Viet Duc Collection (1747) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17470000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Two copies of Nguyen Viet Duc's book, entitled Healing the Inner Wounds from the Wars in Vietnam: The Impact of Wars on Humanities. The book documents Dr. Nguyen's model of treatment for Vietnamese refugees who still suffer psychologically from the years of turmoil and conflict in Vietnam. One book is signed by the author to Steve Maxner, Deputy Director of the Vietnam Archive.

Added: 28 Mar 2006[Updated: 28 Mar 2006]
John Edmund Delezen Collection (1793) Finding Aid
Item Number: 17930000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Two published memoirs and two copies of a book of poetry all written by John Edmund Delezen document both the life story of Nguyen Van Tuan, a North Vietnamese (NVA) soldier and close friend of Delezens, and Delezen's own perspectives on his service during the Vietnam Conflict.

Added: 22 May 2006[Updated: 01 Jun 2006]
Marjorie Doughty Collection (1627) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16270000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Excerpt from a book titled Memoirs of an Insignificant Dragon examines the role that American civilians living in Southeast Asia played during the Vietnam War. The donated chapter deals with the lives of Doughty and her son while they were living in Vietnam during the coup that resulted in the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem and Ngo Dinh Nhu in November 1963.

Added: 02 Sep 2005[Updated: 24 Mar 2006]
Tran Minh Dung Collection (1655) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16550000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Vietnamese periodical 'Quyet Thang' (19 June 2005)

Added: 13 Sep 2005[Updated: 13 Sep 2005]
Peter Dang Collection (1650) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16500000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Vietnamese publication titled, 'So Doan 18 Bo Binh' which commemorates the 30th anniversary of the ARVN 18th Infantry Divsion and the Battle of Xuan Loc where the division fought an entire North Vietnamese Army Corps northeast of Saigon.

Collection: Peter Dang Collection

Added: 13 Sep 2005[Updated: 13 Sep 2005]
Terry J. DuBose Collection (1636) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16360000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Posters, leaflets, books, newspapers, photographs, correspondence, artwork, emails, internet printouts, T-shirts, buttons, military administrative documents and photocopied FBI reports concerning Terry Dubose and the Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) document Dubose and his service as the coordinator for the Texas Regional Office of the VVAW.

Added: 27 Sep 2005[Updated: 16 Dec 2005]
John H. (Dutch) DeGroot Collection (1644) Finding Aid
Item Number: 16440000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Slides; Books; Photocopied articles, photographs, negatives, artifacts CDs, newletters, correspondence; Photocopies of 23rd Infantry Division (Americal Division) military records reproduced at the National Archives; Reunion information (1996 and 2000); Computer printed Americal Division artwork; Program for the Dedication of the United States Army Americal Division Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, 10 November 2002; and a photocopied DD-214 document John H. (Dutch) DeGroot's service during the Vietnam War with the Americal Division and his subsequent involvement with the Americal Division Veterans Association.

Added: 17 Oct 2005[Updated: 27 Oct 2015]
Dan Decker Collection (777) Finding Aid
Item Number: 7770000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Air War College Air University Research Report: 'Barrel Roll, 1968-73: An Air Campaign in Support of National Policy.' by Colonel Perry L. Lamy, USAF.

Added: 09 Nov 2005[Updated: 17 Jul 2007]
William Dennison Collection (2569) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25690000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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372 slides taken by William Dennison showing his time as the executive officer of the 261st Signal Company stations at Phu Hiep, Tuy Hoa, and Vung Ro Mountain. The slides date from September 1970 to August 1971.

Added: 09 Jul 2013[Updated: 17 Jul 2018]
Dennis Dauphin Collection (2606) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26060000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

This collection contains one CD containing the files of the Mighty Ninth website captured in October of 2013. The website was created by Dennis Dauphin who served as the Executive Officer of A Battery, 2nd Battalion, 9th Artillery. The website contains the unit's history, rosters, photographs, maps, and other information about the people who served in the unit while it was in Vietnam.

Added: 12 Dec 2013[Updated: 12 Dec 2013]
Bruce Decker Collection (2556) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25560000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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324 slides document Bruce Decker's tour of duty in Vietnam from April 1, 1967-April 1, 1968 with Advisory Team 52 in Vinh Long Province in the Mekong Delta towns of Ba Cang, Binh Minh, and Cho Lach, as wells as the province capitol of Vinh Long, where he was located during the attacks of the 1968 Tet offensive.

Added: 19 Feb 2014[Updated: 17 Nov 2014]
Brian R. Deering & Frederic A. Bergerson Collection (2630) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26300000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One DVD-R donated to the archive by Brian Deering. The DVD contains scans of the Daily Intelligence Summaries from the 1st Cavalry Division from the time of the Tet Offensive and date from February 13, 1968 through June 30, 1968.

Added: 28 Apr 2014[Updated: 19 Aug 2014]
Jerry Dufresne Collection (2632) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26320000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One memoir donated to the archive by Jerry Dufresne. The memoir is about his service with the 619th Tactical Control Squadron (619th TCS) in Vietnam from July 1969 through February 1971. During his tour Dufresne volunteered to work as a French interpreter for the 19th Tactical Air Support Squadron (19th TASS) and fly on FAC missions over Cambodia in support of General Lon Nol from June 1970 through February 1971.

Added: 01 May 2014[Updated: 01 May 2014]
Aubrey 'Gene' Durrett Collection (2539) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25390000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Approximately a quarter of a linear foot of photographs taken by Aubrey 'Gene' Durrett while serving in Vietnam with the 1st /8th Howitzer Battalion from 1964 to 1965.

Added: 13 May 2014[Updated: 02 Sep 2014]
Kristopher Dubach Collection (2640) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26400000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One CD-ROM with a copy of Kristopher Dubach's senior seminar paper titled 'Development of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Dehumanization of Vietnam Veterans'.

Added: 09 Jun 2014[Updated: 09 Jun 2014]
Civil Operations and Revolutionary Development Support (CORDS) Collection (2367) Finding Aid
Item Number: 23670000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Paper published by the Institute for Defense Analyses titled 'Provincial Reconstruction Team Training and Lessons Learned from Civil Operations and Rural Develpoment Support (CORDS) in Vietnam.'

Added: 04 Dec 2014[Updated: 22 Mar 2017]
Richard DeSoto Collection (2660) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26600000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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One book, Never a Hero, Richard DeSoto, 2010. The book is his memoir of service in Vietnam, where he was assigned to the 22nd Field Artillery.

Added: 07 Apr 2015[Updated: 07 Apr 2015]
Carl Dunaway Collection (2416) Finding Aid
Item Number: 24160000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Typed transcript of the diary Carl Dunaway kept while he was a Navy Corpsman serving first with the 3rd Battalion, 22nd Marines and later with the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines in Vietnam, 1965-1966.

Added: 03 Oct 2012[Updated: 10 Oct 2012]
Guy Davis Collection (2530) Finding Aid
Item Number: 25300000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than a quarter of a linear foot of quarterly reports for the 21st Special Operations Squadron donated by Guy Davis. The materials date from January 1972 through June 1973.

Collection: Guy Davis Collection

Added: 24 Oct 2012[Updated: 02 Jul 2013]
Michael Dineen Collection (2662) Finding Aid
Item Number: 26620000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Photographs and a CD containing the images of Ia Drang Valley and LZ X-Ray given to the archive by Michael Dineen. The photographs were taken in July of 2014.

Added: 04 Jun 2015[Updated: 27 Oct 2015]
Arthur Dommen Collection (1893) Finding Aid
Item Number: 18930000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Intelligence cables, research papers, and copies of the periodical titled 'Eglises d'Asie' donated to the Vietnam Archive by George W. Dalley on behalf of Arthur Dommen.

Added: 17 Apr 2013[Updated: 25 Jan 2018]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Training Materials (184) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1840000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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This collection is part of the overall Douglas Pike Collection. It consists of training materials such as syllabi, course material, and course schedules, ranging from 1970 to 1974. Most of the material is from the U.S. Army's Institute for Military Assistance at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, but there is also some associated with the Foreign Service Institute. The material makes up approximately one linear foot and is in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 14 Jul 2005]
Hoi Bach Dang Collection (1168) Finding Aid
Item Number: 11680000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Over three linear feet of issues of LUOT SONG, a Vietnamese magazine documents various topics on the Vietnam War by former naval officers and enlisted men of the Republic of Vietnam. The magazine is published by the Hoi Bach Dang Organization in California and dates from the post-war period.

Added: 12 Jun 2003[Updated: 04 Dec 2018]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Cartoons (180) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1800000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Cartoon Section of the Douglas Pike Collection consists mostly of political cartoons related to the Vietnam War. Many of the cartoons are from the period of the war itself, but some are post-1975 including the 1990s. The cartoons are organized topically, with by far the largest division being the general category of those which deal with the war itself. This section includes a small book titled 'Verdicts on Vietnam,' published in 1968. A small proportion of these cartoons have been separated into a different folder because they are of Southeast Asian origin or are from somewhere besides the United States or Southeast Asia. Those which deal specifically with Cambodia, Laos, or Thailand, and those which deal with refugee matters, have been put in a different folder. The next major division consists of cartoons which relate to the domestic American debate over the war. The idea behind this category is that the cartoons address the debate over the legitimacy of the war, not the war itself, including U.S. or Vietnamese strategy, tactics, etc. Some of the material in this division involves the war as a political issue--for example, how presidents Johnson or Nixon attempted to persuade Congress and the public to support the war effort. Other material covers war protesters or draft card burners and the debate over the legitimacy of anti-war demonstrations. Still other cartoons address the publication of former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara's book In Retrospect. Another major division is cartoons which are not directly related to the Vietnam War. Many of these are of interest because they are of Vietnamese origin and address political, cultural and economic issues within Vietnam either during war time or after. Others concern American politics during the war years, and still others are simply miscellaneous. A final division consists of cartoons by H. S. Nguyen. These are good quality, recent sketches which are mostly in Vietnamese but include some English in the captions.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Underground Newspapers (185) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1850000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Underground Newspapers: U.S. Army section of the Douglas Pike collection is a book in progress. It consists of an outline for a book, Army is a Four-Letter Word, and sections of the book which correspond approximately to the outline. There is also a collection of copies of the front pages of underground Army newspapers.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 14 Jul 2005]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Jackson-Desbarats Study (183) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1830000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Description The Jackson-Desbarats Study contains information collection by University of California at Berkeley Professor Carl Jackson and Jacqueline Desbarats. The first section, General Files, contains material about genesis and final results of the project. The second section, Interviews and Completed Questionnaires, contains the finished interview data used for their studies and papers. The interview questionnaire asked for reasons the Vietnamese immigrated to the United States as well as the reasons they move within the United States of America and was broken down into the following sections: Part I: Biography. Part II: Summary of important residential moves. Part III: Life in Vietnam Part IV: Departure from Vietnam Part V: Experiences in the refugee camps Part VI: The first resettlement place in America Part VII: The second resettlement place in America Part VIII: The third resettlement place in America Part IX: Part X: The local understanding and the plans of immigration The Political riots in Vietnam How many people do you know have been executed by new government? Can you let me know why they have been executed? Part XI: Interviewer's observations Scope/Content There are 16 linear feet of material in the Jackson-Desbarats Study collection. The General Files contain 3 linear feet of material, most of which is in English. The Interviews and Completed Questionnaires contains 13 linear feet of material, most of which is in Vietnamese with some French, Korean, Chinese, English, and Cambodian. Most of the interviews were done anonymously and are not in any particular organization. A white sheet of paper separates interviews within each folder. The material is in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 19 Feb 2013]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - American Friends of Vietnam (178) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1780000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The American Friends of Vietnam collection contains 19 boxes (approximately 18 linear feet) of material relating to the organization. Boxes 1-4 contain the administrative records of the organization, including executive committee meeting minutes, board of director meeting minutes, general financial records, fund appeals, annual reports and tax information. Boxes 4-7 continues with information relating to the conferences sponsored by the American Friends of Vietnam. Boxes 8-15 contain an alphabetical listing of subjects for which the American Friends of Vietnam had dealings. This material includes reprints of correspondence, brochures, reprints of articles, speeches by noted individuals as well as a variety of other information. Boxes 16-19 contain the bank records for the American Friends of Vietnam, including bank statements, cancelled checks, check stubs, and ledger books. Almost all of the material is in english and the collection is in generally good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 29 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Casualties of War (181) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1810000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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This collection contains the names and sometimes short biographies of individuals killed in Vietnam from 1961 to 1968. The one linear foot of material was brought together from a variety of sources, including the National Archive and Records Administration, The American War Library, The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, the Congressional Record, and the Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs). The material is in fair to good condition with some oversized material. The Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs) provides more detailed information for casualties from 1966-1970.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Intra-Ministry Committee for Strategic Hamlets (182) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1820000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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This collection contains a complete run of minutes for the meetings of the Intra-Ministry Committee for Strategic Hamlets (Uỷ-Ban Liên-Bộ Đặc-Trách về Ấp Chiến-Lược tai Định Giá-Lòng) for the Republic of Vietnam's Ministry of Home Affairs, from the first meeting on February 12, 1962 to the 64th meeting on September 6, 1963. The documents are in Vietnamese.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 04 Oct 2017]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Ellsworth Bunker Papers (179) Finding Aid
Item Number: 1790000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Description (Excerpt from Douglas Pike's Introduction in The Bunker Papers): When President Lyndon Johnson, in the spring of 1967, asked Ellsworth Bunker to become his ambassador in Saigon, then the largest and in some ways most important American embassy in the world, Bunker stipulated as one of his conditions for acceptance that he always have direct access to the President. It was agreed this access would take the form, in part, of a weekly (later, monthly) 'back channel' cable from Bunker to the President. Such messages by-passed the standard distribution system within the U.S. government's communication network that included the State Department, the Pentagon, and the CIA (although these agencies and others did receive copies of the cable after the delivery to the President). The intent of the 'back channel' message was to assure a direct Bunker-to-President link that no one could short-stop. It was a singular arrangement in the intracommunication process within the U.S. government. Scope: (Excerpt from Douglas Pike's The Bunker Papers) In all there were ninety-six such messages from Bunker to the President, the first dated May 3, 1967, and the last May 5, 1973. Collectively, they form a historical documentation of extraordinary value. They are, by far, the most detailed chronological accounting of events, particularly within the South Vietnamese governmental and political scene, that we are likely to get. They cover the key years marked by the Buddhist demonstrations, the 'government by coup d'etat' period, the rise of the political fortunes of generals Nguyen Cao Ky and Nguyen Van Thieu, the 1968 Tet offensive, and the launching of the Paris talks. Box 1 of the collection contains copies of the originals numbered as they appear in the published account and in chronological order. Box 2 contains copy of the material as it became ready for publication. Box 2 also contains Pike's correspondence regarding the publication of the book. Note: (Excerpt from Douglas Pike's The Bunker Papers) In 1988, the University of California's Institute of East Asian Studies, under the Freedom of Information Act, obtained copies of the original telegrams. The Institute's Indochina Studies Project proposed publication as a contribution to the scholarship of America's involvement in the Vietnam War and as a lasting tribute to Ellsworth Bunker, one of the great and truly humane American ambassadors of this century. Subsequently, publication was made possible by a generous grant from The Asia Foundation, headquartered in San Francisco.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 09 Dec 2015]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Resistance (201) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2010000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Resistance section of the Douglas Pike Collection consists of materials on Vietnamese resistance to the Hanoi government after the conclusion of the Vietnam War in 1975. Organized chronologically by year, the materials include newspaper and journal articles, press releases, and speeches. There are also political statements and position papers by various resistance organizations such as The Free Viet Nam Front, The National United Front for the Liberation of Vietnam, the National Support Movement for the Resistance in Vietnam, and the Vietnam National Salvation Committee. Most of the material is in English, but a considerable amount is in French. The Resistance section makes up approximately one-half linear foot and is in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 10 Sep 2018]
Douglas Pike Collection: Printed Material - China Press (202) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2020000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Scope and Content The China Press Collection consists of five groups of materials relating to the political, economic, social and cultural aspects of the People's Republic of China. The first part, Survey China Mainland Press examines the various aspects of the newsprint media in the PRC. Current Background provides reference-type material for events and people in the PRC. Selections From Magazines examines the major PRC publications while Extracts From China Publications offers duplications of the materials above and lesser know print. Researchers should examine box 16 first for indices to these publications for the years 1960-1968. The JRPS Reports cover a variety of topics and titles are listed in the finding aid below. Most of the material is of a political or economic nature. Description There are approximately 18 linear foot of material in the China Press collection with coverage from 1958-1969 and the following breakdown: Survey China Mainland Press (10.5 linear foot) 1959-1969 Current Background (2 linear foot) 1958-1969 Selections From Magazines (2.5 linear foot) 1960-1969 Extracts From China Publications (1 linear foot) 1960-1964) JRPS Reports (2 linear foot) 1958-1961 The material has been translated to English and is general good to fair condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Printed Material - Radio-TV Defense Dialog (210) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2100000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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There is less than one linear foot of material in this collection with date ranges from 1972-1979. There are only a few documents from the 1972, 1978, and 1979 period. There are major gaps in the publications throughout the collection, especially toward the beginning and end of the collection. The content of the material is similar to the Foreign Broadcast Information Service, except that a major of the items which appear in Radio-TV Defense Dialog are from United States sources. The material is in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 09 Dec 2015]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Current News (203) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2030000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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There are six linear feet of material in this collection with a date range from 1972-1976. There are major gaps in the publications throughout the collection, especially toward the beginning and end of the collection. The content of the material is similar to the Foreign Broadcast Information Service, except that a major of the items which appear in Current News are from United States sources. The material is in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Printed Material - Saigon Press Review of Vietnamese and Chinese Dailies (211) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2110000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Vietnam Archive has an incomplete run of material (approximately %50) for the years 1972 to 1974. There are a few issues from 1969 and 1971. The material is arranged chronologically and divided by quarter or month depending upon the amount of material for that period. Most of the material is in good to fair condition and all documents are in English.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Other Manuscripts - Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports - Asia, Pacific, East Asia (205) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2050000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) booklet is a government publication that contains news and commentary from various foreign broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers and periodicals. The serial began as Asia and Pacific in 1967 and continued as East Asia in 1987. This series covers the following countries: Republic of China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Mongolia, Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Australasia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, Philippines. Items from foreign-language sources are transcribed, with the original phrasing and other characteristics retained. For further information, researchers should consult the inside cover-page of any issue.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Printed Material - Joint Publications Research Service Publication on China (209) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2090000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The JPRS publication is a government publication that contains news and commentary from various foreign broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers, periodicals and books. A majority of the publications are translations of selected parts of QIUSHI [Seeking Truth}, a semi-monthly theoretical journal published by the CPC Central Committee. There are individual reports in the collection, including such topics as: People's Liberation Army, People's Navy, Debate on Mao Zedong Though on Literature and Art, International, Political, Economic, Social, Military, Public Security, Regional, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Macao. There are approximately 1.5 linear foot of JPRS Reports on China in the collection. The Vietnam Archive has nearly a complete run from January 1990-December 1991. The Collection is organized chronologically on both the box and folder level. The documents are in good condition.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Douglas Pike Collection: Printed Material - Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports - People's Republic of China and China (204) Finding Aid
Item Number: 2040000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) booklet is a government publication that contains news and commentary from various foreign broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers and periodicals. The serial began as the People's Republic of China in 1973 and was renamed China later in its publication run. This series covers the following area: International Affairs The United States and Canada Soviet Union Northeast Asia Southeast Asia and Pacific Near East and South Asia Sub-Saharan Africa West Europe East Europe Latin America and Caribbean National Affairs Political and Social Science and Technology Military Economic and Agricultural Regional Affairs East Region Central-South Region Southwest Region North Region Northwest Region PRC Media On Taiwan Affairs Taiwan Hong Kong and Macao

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 15 Jul 2004]
Carlos Deluna Collection (363) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3630000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of poetry and a manuscript titled 'My Private Vietnam^D>' document Carlos Deluna's perspectives and reflections of his service during the Vietnam Conflict. All materials date from the post-war period.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 10 Apr 2017]
Don Durham Collection (394) Finding Aid
Item Number: 3940000000   (Click For More Item Information)
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Less than one linear foot of laminated copies of a poem written by Don Durham and twelve copies of the front page of the November 1997 issue of The Veteran's View about the poem documents Durham's perspectives of his service. The poem was etched into a plaque and displayed at the Vietnam War Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.

Collection: Don Durham Collection

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 01 Jun 2010]
Disabled Vietnam Veterans (DAV) Vietnam Veterans National Memorial (459) Finding Aid
Item Number: 4590000000   (Click For More Item Information)
 Collection

Biographical information and additional records document the Disabled Vietnam Veterans (DAV) Vietnam Veterans National Memorial in Angel Fire, New Mexico.

Added: 08 Jan 2002[Updated: 30 Jun 2006]
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