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South Vietnam: U.S.-Communist Confrontation in Southeast Asia: 1971

History - 1973


American Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia: 1971. 2 v

Creator: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific Developments | Prisoners of war - 1971



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Nation-Building in Southeast Asia, The Singapore Case

Creator: Heng Chee Chan | History - 1971-02-01

Relatively little is known about the processes of nationbuilding in Southeast Asia, especially in the case of Singapore.

Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

About this book
Relatively little is known about the processes of nationbuilding in Southeast Asia, especially in the case of Singapore. Having moved rapidly form colonial status to statehood in the federal system of Malaysia and finally independence, all in a matter of a very few years, Singapore has had to develop on several fronts in order to survive and find its place in the state system of this region. Nationbuilding is thus a subject of considerable interest, but few thus far have paid much attention...


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Southeast Asia Treaty Organization - Wikipedia
The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) was an international organization for collective defense in Southeast Asia created by the Southeast Asia Collective ...

History of Southeast Asia - Wikipedia
The history of Southeast Asia has always been influenced by its division into the continental part and the distinct topography of widely dispersed islands, which is ...

Greenpeace Southeast Asia | Greenpeace Southeast Asia
Hong Kong, 13 January 2017 - Approximately 50,000 lives a year could saved by 2030 if no new coal-fired power plants are built in Southeast Asia, South Korea, Japan ...

Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia ...
The High Contracting Parties : CONSCIOUS of the existing ties of history, geography and culture, which have bound their peoples together; ANXIOUS to promote regional ...

Home - SEAISI
SEAISI’s Annual Conferences, Seminars and Forums provide the prefect platform for industry players to exchange knowledge, establish network and to be updated on the ...


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    A Scholarly Masterpiece

    If there is a more thoroughly documented and researched work which so compellingly and cogently explains the Vietnam War's final outcome, I am unaware of it. Major General Ira Hunt was front and center in theater to witness and experience the story he meticulously, and with exhaustive quantitative analysis, presents.With first person access to nearly every key political and military leader, on both the US and South Vietnamese sides, and from the highest reaches down to the regimental level, the reasons for the war's unfortunate outcome are made plain. General Hunt has an ability to connect the abtsruse and disparate dots that the morass in Vietnam is lazily seen as by most so that the reader can experience the truth often neglected or never discussed. Most Americans have been too indolent to study, or have been willfull in avoiding the truth exposed here, that what undid our unfortunate ally was not corruption, lack of fighting will or skill and all the other things... 5/5 Richard S. Botkin (Sacramento, CA) - See all my reviews, January 3, 2014

    An invaluable book, but a tough slog because of heavy use of statistics and military lingo

    This book is an invaluable addition to the record of the Vietnam War. MG Hunt has compiled statistical proof that Vietnam and Cambodia were lost to communism because the US Congress abandoned them. The numbers are literally inarguable. Congress cut funding in both South Vietnam and Cambodia to the point that it was impossible for them to defend themselves. Yet, in both cases, again from statistical evidence, the armies acquitted themselves well. It's a canard of both wars that the armies of the non-communists were incompetent and cowardly. MG Hunt proves statistically that both armies, while they clearly had problems, especially with leadership and decision making as well as corruption, fought valiantly and well and inflicted heavy casualties on the communist forces. We will never know if either or both countries could have survived the communist onslaught because Congress, which had agreed to the treaty that promised both countries support, cruelly and dishonestly abandoned... 5/5 pschmehl - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Losing Vietnam: How America Abandoned Southeast Asia (Battles and Campaigns Series) (Hardcover) This book is an invaluable addition to the record of the Vietnam War. MG Hunt has compiled statistical proof that Vietnam and Cambodia were lost to communism because the US Congress abandoned them. The numbers are literally inarguable. Congress cut funding in both South Vietnam and Cambodia to the point that it was impossible for them to defend themselves. Yet, in both cases, again from statistical evidence, the armies acquitted themselves well. It's a canard of both wars that the armies of the non-communists were incompetent and cowardly. MG Hunt proves statistically that both armies, while they clearly had problems, especially with leadership and decision making as well as corruption, fought valiantly and well and inflicted heavy casualties on the communist forces. We will never know if either or both countries could have survived the communist onslaught because Congress, which had agreed to the treaty that promised both countries support, cruelly and dishonestly abandoned... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 22, 2015

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    5/5 Mary Getter - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Losing Vietnam: How America Abandoned Southeast Asia (Battles and Campaigns Series) (Hardcover) Excellent and intelligent book. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 18, 2016


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