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The Vietnam War: The Factors Which Ensured the Advent and the Outcome of a Long and Bloody Affair
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A 22 page overview of the factors which contributed to the advent and outcome of the Vietnam War. Details the socio-political situation in Vietnam and emphasizes that the war was not a result of an aggressive North Vietnam invading South Vietnam but instead of a complexity of interrelated factors. Details U.S. involvement in the war and how the outcome of that involvement was insured by a variety of factors both within the United States and within Vietnam. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Filename: PPvietCn.wps

The Vietnam War - as Told to Movie Audiences - 'Coming Home,' 'Good Morning Vietnam' and 'Born on the 4th of July'
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This 7 page report discusses three Vietnam War movies in the context of their symbology and the ways in which they represent the attitudes of Americans directly involved in the war and those presenting their cinemagraphic viewpoints of a war that did not have the simplistic good guy against bad guy scenario. By the late 1980s, both television and movie producers had become willing to consider Vietnam as a useful and marketable topic. Ironically, and more than probably - accidentally, America's artistic involvement in Vietnam has mimicked its military presence there. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWnammov.rtf

Vietnam War vs. Movies About the Vietnam War
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In 5 pages, the author explores the relationship between the war in Vietnam and the Hollywood movies about the Vietnam experience. 'Good Morning, Vietnam' (1988), and 'Full Metal Jacket' (1987) are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PCvwarmv.doc

Vietnam War / Corruption In The Vietnamese Army -- Book Analysis
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This 10 page paper explores Neil Sheehan's look at the Vietnam War, 'A Bright Shining Lie,' by providing a character study of John Paul Vann and examining the corruption of the Vietnamese Army. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Brightli.wps

The War In Vietnam
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This 5 page paper argues that the 'Vietnam war', from the viewpoint of the Vietnamese, was fought as a means to end foreign domination in Vietnam. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KTvtmwar.wps

The Gulf Of Tonkin
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15 pages in length. The Gulf of Tonkin is significant to the beginning of the Vietnam War as it gave President Johnson the ammunition he needed to instigate combat upon the North Vietnamese. The battle, which took place near the North Vietnamese coast, has been historically noted as one of the key incidents that ultimately plunged the United States into the Vietnam War. The writer discusses the significance of the Tonkin Gulf incident as it relates to the Vietnam War. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Gulftonk.wps

 

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