5 edition of Ashes of Vietnam found in the catalog.
Ashes of Vietnam
|LC Classifications||DS559.5 .R56 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 246 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||87202985|
Intertwining these three stories, Where the Ashes Are shows us the Vietnam War through a child’s eyes, privation after a Communist takeover, and the struggle of new immigrants. The author, who returned to Vietnam as an American reporter, provides a detailed portrait . Walking Point: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War; A Memoir Perry A. Ulander. North Atlantic, $ trade paper (p) ISBN MORE BOOKS .
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That is the case with Walking Point: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War."--Marc Leepson, The VVA Veteran "It is way past time that America's Vietnam veterans are paid the respect that they deserve for fighting the ill-conceived war they were handed by their elders. Walking Point should be taught in every high school in America."Reviews: Ashen Skies of Vietnam begins in , early in the Vietnam War. Capt. Clay Evans is an Air Force pilot with ten years of loyal service. His squadron has transferred from its stateside base to Saigon for a one-year tour of duty, the culmination of many long deployments that destroyed his marriage. His adversary is the war and, in a related way, his superior, Major Frick. Clay and his close.
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A book of recollections of Australian (and a couple of others) vertrans of the Vietnam War. This book has tales covering everything about the Vietnam War, from the feelings before leaving home, to fighting in the jungle, to returning home after a tour of duty.
Ashes of Vietnam book, educational and depressingly realistic.5/5(1). Ashes of Vietnam: Australian Voices. Stuart Rintoul.
Heinemann Australia, - Vietnam War, - User Review - AaronPegram - LibraryThing. The interesting thing about this books is the author's approach to the topic.
Written inRintoul attempts to give Australian Vietnam veterans a chance to voice their experience of 1/5(1). That is the case with Walking Point: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War." —Marc Leepson, The VVA Veteran "It is way past time that America’s Vietnam veterans are paid the respect that they deserve for fighting the ill-conceived war they were handed by their elders.
Walking Point should be taught in every high school in America."4/5(37). Ashes of War tells the story of the fall of Sai Gon in from the perspective of one person who stayed in Vietnam and another who escaped on a boat to the United States. The book was written by a former marine, who saw and records what the people felt.
Most books about the Vietnam war are written from the American Perspective.5/5(7). WARATAH: From the Ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be Stopped by Ha-Le Thai is an immersive memoir that details one woman's life experience during and after the Vietnam war.
Overcoming enormous odds, and enduring horrific pain and heartbreak, the author goes on to not only survive but to thrive/5. Intertwining these three stories, Where the Ashes Are shows us the Vietnam War through a child’s eyes, privation after a Communist takeover, and the struggle of new immigrants.
The author, who returned to Vietnam as an American reporter, provides a detailed portrait of the nation as it opened to the West in the early by: 7.
For detailed description, refer to listing. ISBN X. by Stuart Rintoul. Ashes Of Vietnam. Published by William Heinemann,pages. Ashes of Vietnam: Australian voices / Stuart Rintoul William Heinemann Richmond, Vic Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
Waratah: From the ashes of the Vietnam War, Grew a Spirit that would not be stopped is a fitting title to the amazing memoir that Ha-Le Thai brings to life in this book.
It is a beautiful story, incredibly emotional and, even at some points difficult to read, as it describes vividly the struggles of a young woman during Vietnam War and her Reviews: The Australian historian Ann Curthoys has drawn attention to the lack of a contemporaneous public voice for Vietnam veterans in the s.
Curthoys has suggested that the published recollections of veterans have been "a s and s story, rarely heard publicly in the s" (1). Stuart Rintoul, "Ashes of Vietnam: Australian Voices. Home. About Vietnam. General Information. Basic Information; Economic; Investment; Culture; Travel; Foreign Policy; Legislation System; Embassy.
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01 / / TT – BNG certified consent of the CPC / ward / township relevant Vietnam authorities granted or if the dead cemetery Vietnam who reside. The Ashes series is a highly popular book series of mystery, suspense spy & action thriller novels.
It is penned by a renowned author from America named William W. Johnstone. This series is comprised of a total of 36 books, which were released between the years and Author Johnstone has set the events of this long running series in.
Where the Ashes Are book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In Nguyen Qui Duc was nine years old, his father was a high /5(6). : Ashes of Vietnam: Australian voices () by Rintoul, Stuart and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.
Get this from a library. Ashes of Vietnam. [Stuart Rintoul; Tim Bowden] -- In this five part radio documentary, Stuart Rintoul, author of the book Ashes of Vietnam - Australian voices, presents a moving testimony to Australia's soldiers. Based on the transcripts of. Stuart Rintoul is the author of Ashes of Vietnam ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and The Wailing ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 r /5(7).
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[Stuart Rintoul] -- Inverviews with over veterans of the Vietnam War. Ashen Skies of Vietnam begins inearly in the Vietnam War. Capt. Clay Evans is an Air Force pilot with ten years of loyal service.
His squadron has transferred from its stateside base to Saigon for a one-year tour of duty, the culmination of many long Reviews: 3.Most of the voices for sanity in this book, who seek to avoid future Vietnams, stress not success but morality.
It is fortunate, on the other hand, that Miss Sontag arrived in Hanoi after the decision had been made in Washington to stop bombing the North Vietnam capital.
For it .Most books on Phoenix are content to waste space plathering on about mythic conspiracies by the CIA to assassinate and torture every living being within the country of Vietnam. Andrade's book tears away these If you want to read a fair and accurrate description of Vietnam's Phoenix Program and its scope and activities then this is the book for you/5.