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Southeast Asia

Creator: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Center for Vietnamese Studies | History - 1971



154 pages

Southeast Asia, History, Culture, People

Creator: Edward Graff, Harold Earl Hammond | 1971

An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.

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An examination and evaluation of the people and cultures of one of the most strategic areas in the contemporary world. Includes information about the land, foreign relations, new nations, natural resources and languages.



229 pages

Southeast Asia

Creator: Alice Taylor | 1971


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

UWCSEA | International school in Singapore
Started in 1971, UWCSEA is an international IB school in Singapore, recognised for academic excellence, service and outdoor education for students ages 4 to 18.

Southeast Asian Games - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Southeast Asian Games (also known as the SEA Games), is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia.

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization Facts, information ...
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), alliance organized (1954) under the Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty by representatives of...

The Lotus Transcendent: Indian and Southeast Asian Art ...
The Lotus Transcendent explores works drawn from one of the most important collections of Indian and Southeast Asian art ever assembled. The collection was brought ...


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    The Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh Trail and U.S. helicopter forces in 1971

    Robert Sander has succeeded in answering some of the most unsettled questions, lingering from the Vietnam War era. As a veteran of Lam Son 719, he understood how many other veterans felt about the little known invasion of the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos. The action occurred during February and March, 1971. As a retired Army Colonel, he understood the geo-political forces driving policy and planning, of President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger. With recently declassified U.S. State Department documents, coupled with his personal experiences, he has accomplished a definitive history of a complex, controversial and unsettling chapter in American history. It is a balanced accounting of the first sustained U.S. helicopter operations within a Soviet antiaircraft defense umbrella. It was the same AAA that NATO faced in Europe during the Cold War. As a veteran of the era and also an author, I have an understanding of how immense the complexities were to research and... 5/5 Tom Marshall "Tom Marshall" (Orlando, FL) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Invasion of Laos, 1971: Lam Son 719 (Hardcover) Robert Sander has succeeded in answering some of the most unsettled questions, lingering from the Vietnam War era. As a veteran of Lam Son 719, he understood how many other veterans felt about the little known invasion of the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos. The action occurred during February and March, 1971. As a retired Army Colonel, he understood the geo-political forces driving policy and planning, of President Richard Nixon and Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger. With recently declassified U.S. State Department documents, coupled with his personal experiences, he has accomplished a definitive history of a complex, controversial and unsettling chapter in American history. It is a balanced accounting of the first sustained U.S. helicopter operations within a Soviet antiaircraft defense umbrella. It was the same AAA that NATO faced in Europe during the Cold War. As a veteran of the era and also an author, I have an understanding of how immense the complexities were to research and... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 8, 2014

    I Was There

    0 5/5 M. Petty (Fayetteville, NC United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Invasion of Laos, 1971: Lam Son 719 (Kindle Edition) I was a Cobra Pilot (Redskin 26) with D/158th, 101st Airborne Division during Lam Son 719. Bob Sander tells it right and and his research is meticulous. He tells a real story of real men doing a real job and in so doing, documents what is arguably Army Aviation's finest hour. Thanks Bob for your service. I'm glad you made it home, Brother! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 15, 2014

    A good Book on Operation Lam Son 719

    A good Book on Operation Lam Son 719My salute and congratulations to author Robert D. Sander for his accomplishments in Invasion of Laos 1971. At last, a comprehensive, narrative history of Operation Lam Son 719 is written. By comprehensive I mean author Sander has consulted most of the books and official documents on the subject so far available to the public. Not to take anything away from prior books written by Phillip B. Davidson, Lewis Sorley, Bruce Palmers, or Keith Nolan, whose writings about Operation Lam Son 719 were stepping stones for anyone who wishes to dig deeper into the said subject. But those previous authors left the readers with much more to desire: no more than two chapters were written about Lam Son 719 heretofore. Sorley’s Vietnam Chronicles and A Better War have the most interesting details about the planning phase of the operation. … But most of the “juicy stuff” were remained classified (20.000 transcribed pages from the... 5/5 Nguyen Ky Phong "Reader of Vietnam War Litera... (Centreville, Virginia) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Invasion of Laos, 1971: Lam Son 719 (Hardcover) A good Book on Operation Lam Son 719My salute and congratulations to author Robert D. Sander for his accomplishments in Invasion of Laos 1971. At last, a comprehensive, narrative history of Operation Lam Son 719 is written. By comprehensive I mean author Sander has consulted most of the books and official documents on the subject so far available to the public. Not to take anything away from prior books written by Phillip B. Davidson, Lewis Sorley, Bruce Palmers, or Keith Nolan, whose writings about Operation Lam Son 719 were stepping stones for anyone who wishes to dig deeper into the said subject. But those previous authors left the readers with much more to desire: no more than two chapters were written about Lam Son 719 heretofore. Sorley’s Vietnam Chronicles and A Better War have the most interesting details about the planning phase of the operation. … But most of the “juicy stuff” were remained classified (20.000 transcribed pages from the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 29, 2014


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