1. THE INDOCHINA HEMORRAGE. Washington: New Republic, 1971.

2. VIETNAM: Anatomy of a Conflict. Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers (1968).
An extensive & broad ranging collection of contributors. Scarce.

3. AARON, Chester. HELLO TO BODEGA. NY: Atheneum, 1976.

4. AARONS, Edward. ASSIGNMENT -- BANGKOK. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1972.
Action/adventure.

5. AARONS, Edward. ASSIGNMENT -- BURMAH GIRL. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1961.
Action/adventure.

6. AARONS, Edward. ASSIGNMENT -- WHITE RAJAH. Greenwich: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1970.
Action/adventure.

7. AARONS, Edward S. ASSIGNMENT CONG HAI KILL. Greenwich: Fawcett (1966).
One of the `Assignment' series, this set in SE Asia. Not in Newman.

8. ABBEY, Edward. HAYDUKE LIVES! Boston: Little, Brown (1990).
A ecological novel in the manner of Earth First! activism portrayed in “The Monkey Wrench Gang.” Hayduke, an ex-Green Beret, visits mayhem on those most deserving.

9. ABBEY, Edward. HAYDUKE LIVES! Boston: Little, Brown (1990).
A ecological novel in the manner of Earth First! activism portrayed in “The Monkey Wrench Gang.” Hayduke, an ex-Green Beret, visits mayhem on those most deserving.

10. ABBOTT, Lee K. DREAMS OF DISTANT LIVES. NY: Putnam (1989).
Collection of stories including `Why I Live in Hanoi.'

11. ABBOTT, Lee K. HEART NEVER FITS ITS WANTING. Cedar Falls: North American Review, 1980.
Uncommon hardcover. The author's first book. Short stories, including `The Viet Cong Love of Sergeant Donnie T. Bobo.'

12. ABBOTT, Lee K. HEART NEVER FITS ITS WANTING. Cedar Falls: North American Review, 1980.

13. ABBOTT, Lee K. LOVE IS THE CROOKED THING. Chapel Hill: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 1986.
Includes the short story 'We Get Smashed & Our Engines are Swift'.

14. ABBOTT, Lee K. STRANGERS IN PARADISE. NY: Putnam (1987).
Collection of stories including `Rolling Thunder,' set at Khe Sanh.

15. ABBOTT, Lee K. see also periodical INDIANA REVIEW.
Contains ''The Whole Reach & Tug of Passion': A Conversation with Lee K. Abbott'. Edited by Earl Indersoll & Stan Sanvel Rubin.

16. ABEL, Robert. PROGRESS OF A FIRE. NY: Simon & Schuster (1985).
Novel of two men, one a recently returned Viet Nam vet.

17. ABER, Joel. GERM WARFARE RESEARCH FOR VIETNAM.

18. ABOOD, Ken & Tony Ranfone. HOW TO LIVE IN VIETNAM FOR LESS THAN 10c A DAY... Tokyo: Wayward Press, 1968.
Cartoons about the Viet Nam War.

19. ABRAHAMS, Peter. HARD RAIN. NY: Dutton, 1988.
Thriller involving Woodstock, hippies, the CIA, the Viet Nam War & 20 years beyond. <<Willson>>.

20. ABRAHAMS, William. PRIZE STORIES 1982. Garden City: Doubleday, 1982.

21. ABRAHAMS, William (ed). PRIZE STORIES 1976: The O. Henry Awards. Garden City: Doubleday, 1976.
Includes short story 'Night March' (originally published in 'Redbook' under the title 'Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?') by Tim O'Brien.

22. ABRAHAMS, William (ed). PRIZE STORIES OF THE SEVENTIES FROM THE O. HENRY AWARDS. NY; Washington Square Press, 1981.
Includes the short story 'Night March' (originally published in 'Redbook' under the title 'Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?') by Tim O'Brien.

23. ABU, ed. VERDICTS ON VIETNAM: A World Collection of Cartoons. London: Pemberton Publishing Co./Barrie & Rockliff (1968).

24. ACKLAND, Len (ed). CREDIBILITY GAP: Digest of Pentagon Papers. National Peace Literature Service, nd.

25. ACRES, Mark. SNIPER!: Viet Rampage. Lake Geneva: TSP, 1987.

26. ADAIR, Dick. DICK ADAIR'S SAIGON: Sketches & Words From the Artist's Journal. NY: Weatherhill (1971).
Saigon 1965-1970, including the Tet Offensive.

27. ADAIR, Gilbert. HOLLYWOOD'S VIETNAM: From `The Green Berets' to `Apocalypse Now'. London: Proteus (1981).
British issue of <<Vietnam on Film>>. Excellent reference, beginning with `Saigon' (Alan Ladd) in 1947. Includes films indirectly related to the war (`The Strawberry Statement,' & `Easy Rider'). Comprehensive for the period it covers, with works such as ‘Summertree,' ‘Taxi Driver,' ‘Rolling Thunder,' ‘Limbo,' ‘The Boys in Company C,' & ‘Incident at Muc Wa' et al.

28. ADAIR, Gilbert. VIETNAM ON FILM: From ‘The Green Berets’ to ‘Apocalypse Now’. NY: Proteus (1981).
Good reference, particularly to changing public opinion as reflected in movies; starts with ‘Saigon' (1947). Many films indirectly war-related (‘Strawberry Statement,' & ‘Easy Rider'). Comprehensive, with works such as ‘Summertree,' ‘Taxi Driver,' ‘Rolling Thunder,' ‘Limbo,' ‘The Boys in Company C,' & ‘Incident at Muc Wa,' et al. Published as <<Hollywood's Vietnam>> in Britain.

29. ADAMS. LAOS: War or Revolution.

30. ADAMS, Arthur. QUIMBY. NY: St. Martin's (1988).
A thriller, of a black Viet Nam vet with experience in intelligence & military, involved with both white supremacist paramilitary & ANC groups in South Africa.

31. ADAMS, Joey. ON THE ROAD FOR UNCLE SAM: The Bittersweet Adventures of an American Vaudeville Troupe in Southeast Asia. np: Bernard Geis (1963).
Adams & his troupe toured India, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Iran, Afghanistan, & Pakistan, spreading American good will. The major bombing of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia served as follow-up.

32. ADLER, Bill (ed). LETTERS FROM VIETNAM. NY: Dutton (1967).
Proclaims itself as `the first' such collection (so, see earlier book by Glenn Munson).

33. ADLER, Renata. RECKLESS DISREGARD. NY: Knopf, 1986.
Report on Westmoreland vs CBS.

34. ADOLPH, Steve. DAI UY. Williamstown: Phillips, 1991.
Novel by a Special Forces officer of his experiences, & a special mission after the war to find hidden gold, & a foray into Laos.

35. ADVOCATES. THREE INTERVIEWS ON VIETNAM. Boston: WGBH/KCET, 1970.
Part of a BBS Advocates program on whether the US should agree to a coalition government in Saigon, taped November 30th, 1970. This contains interviews with Madame Nguyen Thi Binh, Xuan Thuy & President Thieu.

36. AELLEN, Richard. CRUX. NY: Donald I. Fine, 1989.

37. AELLEN, Richard. CRUX. NY: Donald I. Fine, 1989.

38. AFRO-ASIAN PEOPLES' SOLIDARITY ORGANIZATION. TOGETHER WITH VIETNAM. np: Afro-Asian Publications (1978).

39. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. THE OTHER WAR IN SOUTH VIETNAM. Washington: The Agency, 1965.

40. AHN, Junghyo. WHITE BADGE: A Novel of Korea. NY: Soho, 1989.
The story of a Korean veteran of the Viet Nam War, much of the novel occurs there, 'an Asian fighting other 'gooks''. First published in Seoul in 1983, translated by the author.

41. AIR AMERICA). AIR FACILITIES DATA SOUTH VIETNAM & CAMBODIA. 1 April 1973.
Handbook used by Air America personnel.

42. AIR WAR ACTION COMMITTEE. THE AIR WAR: The Myth of De-Escalation. SF: The Committee, ca. 1972.

43. AKINS, Wade. STREETS AFLAME. Timothy, 1975.
A Christian witness of the 60s, including time spent in Vietnam.

44. ALBERT, Richard O. BAC-SI MY IN THE YEAR OF THE DOG 1. NY: Carlton Press (1981).

45. ALBRIGHT, John w/John A. Cash & Allan W. Sandstrum. SEVEN FIREFIGHTS IN VIETNAM. Washington DC: U.S. Army, 1970.
Recounts seven individual fights.

46. ALEXANDER, David, see Lex McAulay.

47. ALGREN, Nelson. THE LAST CAROUSEL. NY: Putnam (1973).

48. ALLEN, Alfred. SKIN DISEASES IN VIETNAM, 1965-1972. Washington: Surgeon General, 1977.

49. ALLEN, George N. RI. Prentice-Hall 1978.

50. ALLEN, Lloyd. 67 SIDES OF VIET-NAM. Corte Madera: Allen's (1966).
Poetry written in support of the US in Viet Nam, & dedicated to Lyndon Johnson.

51. ALLEN, Richard. A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY & POLITICS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA.

52. ALLEY, Rewi. 73 MAN TO BE. Christchurch, New Zealand: The Caxton Press, 1970.

53. ALLEY, Rewi. MISTAKE. Christchurch, New Zealand: The Caxton Press, 1965.
Anti-imperialist poems, written in China by this New Zealand author. Newman 623.

54. ALLEY, Rewi. WINDS OF CHANGE. Christchurch: The Caxton Press, 1972
Contains a number of anti-Viet Nam War poems plus some regarding Cambodia.

55. ALOI, Frank. SHADOW CAST. (n.p.): 20th Century Parthenon Books, 1984.
A Novel of Viet Nam after the fall.

56. ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON VIETNAM. ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON VIETNAM: A Statement of Assumptions & a Call for an International Conference. Ann Arbor: APV (1965).

57. ALVAREZ, Everett, Jr. & Anthony S. Pitch. CHAINED EAGLE. NY: Donald Fine (1989).
Memoirs of a pilot & POW in North Viet Nam for over eight years.

58. ALVAREZ, Everett, Jr. w/Samuel Schreiner, Jr. CODE OF CONDUCT. NY: Donald I. Fine, 1991.
Sequel to his first book, 'Chained Eagle,' about his self-healing from the war.

59. ALVIS, CPL R.W. & SN R.A. Bramlette (eds). VIETNAM 1966: USS SAINT PAUL CA73. Visalia, CA: Self-published, ca 1966.

60. AMBLER, Eric. STATE OF SIEGE. NY: Knopf, 1956.

61. AMERICAN ARTS PROJECT. BACK IN THE WORLD: Writing After Vietnam. NY: 1984.

62. AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE PUBLICATION. RATIONAL DEBATE SERIES: Vietnam Settlement, Why 1973, Not 1969?. Washington: 1973.
Debate participants were Morton Kaplan, Abram Chayes, G. Warren Nutter, Paul Warnke, John Roche & Clayton Fritchey.

63. AMERICAN FRIENDS OF VIETNAM. A SYMPOSIUM ON AMERICA'S STAKE IN VIETNAM. NY: American Friends of Vietnam (1956).
Participants in the symposium include Sen. John F. Kennedy, Leo Cherne, Tom Dooley, Joseph Buttinger, Hans Morgenthau, Rep. Walter Judd, Gen. John W. O'Daniel, etc.

64. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. CHINA, SUDOSTASIAN UND DER KRIEG IN VIETNAM. Frankfurt am Main: Stimme-Verlag, 1966.

65. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. INDOCHINA 1971: An American Friends Service Committee White Paper on Requirements for Peace in Southeast Asia. Phila: AFSC, ca. 1971.

66. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. PEACE IN VIETNAM. NY: Hill & Wang, 1966.
Quaker organization paper on alternative military approaches.

67. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. PEACE IN VIETNAM. NY: Hill & Wang, 1966.

68. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. SOLUTION IN INDOCHINA? Philadelphia: Labor-International Affairs Program, AFSC (1954).

69. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. THE US IN VIETNAM: A Critical Look at the Basic Arguments Supporting America's Vietnam Policy. SF: Northern California Regional Office, AFSC, ca. 1966.

70. AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE. VIETNAM 1969: An American Friends Service Committee White Paper on Ending the War, May 5, 1969. Phila: AFSC (1969).

71. AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. AN OPEN LETTER FROM 2900 INDIVIDUAL FELLOWS. Baltimore: 1970.

72. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN SOCIAL SYSTEMS. THE COMMUNIST INSURGENT INFRASTRUCTURE IN SOUTH VIETNAM: A Study of Organization & Strategy, see listing under author, Michael Charles CONLEY.

73. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES. AREA HANDBOOK FOR SOUTH VIETNAM. Washington: GPO, 1967.
Research & writing for this handbook were completed April 15, 1966.

74. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES. NORTH VIETNAM: A Country Study. Washington: GPO, 1981.

75. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES. NORTH VIETNAM: A Country Study. Washington: GPO, 1981.

76. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY FOREIGN AREA STUDIES, SPECIAL OPERATIONS RESEARCH OFFICE. US ARMY HANDBOOK FOR VIETNAM. Washington: GPO, 1962.
Research & writing for this handbook were completed September 1962.

77. AMERICAN UNIVERSITY SPECIAL OPERATIONS RESEARCH OFFICE. THE CHINESE. 1966.
Part of the ethnographic study series on selected groups in S. Vietnam which was later published in a single volume by the US Army in 1966 under the title 'Minority Groups in the Republic of Vietnam'.

78. AMERICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SAIGON. VIET-NAM DATEBOOK 1959. (n.p.): The Association, ca. 1959.

79. AMERICAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF SAIGON. VIET-NAM DATEBOOK 1960. (n.p. Saigon?): Cornel & Associates Advertising Agency, ca. 1960.

80. AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB OF LAOS. WELCOME TO LAOS: A Practical Guide. Vientiane: The Club (1969).

81. AMERICANS WANT TO KNOW. IS CAMBODIA NEXT? Final Report of 'Americans Want to Know'. Washington: Russell Press, 1967.

82. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. VIETNAM 'RENOVATION' (DOI MOI): The Law & Human Rights in the 1980s. NY: Amnesty International, 1990.

83. AMOS, James. THE MEMORIAL: A Novel of the Vietnam War. NY: Crown (1989).
From the Ashau Valley to the Memorial. Written by a Marine who served with James Webb & Ollie North in Viet Nam.

84. AMOS, James. THE MEMORIAL: A Novel of the Vietnam War. NY: Crown (1989).
From the Ashau Valley to the Memorial. Written by a Marine who served with James Webb & Ollie North in Viet Nam.

85. AMOS, James. THE MEMORIAL: A Novel of the Vietnam War. NY: Crown (1989).
From the Ashau Valley to the Memorial. Written by a Marine who served with James Webb & Ollie North in Viet Nam.

86. AMOS, W.J. MIA: Saigon. LA: Holloway House, 1986.

87. AMTER, Joseph A. VIETNAM VERDICT: A Citizen's History. NY: Continuum (1982).
A reconstruction, year-by-year, of the Vietnam conflict's 28 year history.

88. AN Vinh. VIETNAMESE ART.

89. ANANIA, Michael. THE COLOR OF DUST. Chicago: Swallow, 1970.
Includes the Viet Nam war poem 'A Second-Hand Elegy [for Douglas Dickey, Pfc. USMC]. Dickey was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for throwing himself on a grenade.

90. ANAYA, Rudolfo A. & Antonio Marquez (eds). CUENTOS CHICANOS: A Short Story Anthology. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico, 1985.
Includes the short story 'Small Arms Fire' by Robert L. Perea.

91. ANAYA, Rudolfo A. (ed). VOICES: An Anthology of Nuevo Mexicano Writers. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico, 1988.
Includes the Viet Nam war poem '1st Day, 101st Airborne, Phan Rang, Vietnam!' by Leroy V. Quintana (from 'Interrogations, Vietnam Poetry) & a short story, 'Enemy Way' by Enrique R. Lamadrid.

92. ANDERSON, Charles R. THE GRUNTS. San Rafael: Presidio, 1976.
True story of a Marine rifle company during a 58-day operation.

93. ANDERSON, Charles R. THE GRUNTS. NY: Berkeley (1984).

94. ANDERSON, Charles R. VIETNAM: The Other War. (Novato): Presidio (1982).
<<In the rear with the beer>>--the bureaucracy, cumshaw, black-marketeering, booze, etc, by the award-winning author of <<Grunts>>.

95. ANDERSON, David L. TRAPPED BY SUCCESS: The Eisenhower Administration & Vietnam, 1953-61. NY: Columbia U, 1992.
Argues that this administration was unsuccessful in Viet Nam & trapped itself & successors into a disastrous commitment.

96. ANDERSON, David L. (ed). SHADOW ON THE WHITE HOUSE: Presidents & the Vietnam War 1945-1975. Lawrence: U Press of Kansas, 1993.
Contributors include Anderson, Herring, Hess, Kimball, McMahon, Small & Taylor.

97. ANDERSON, Jack & Bill Pronzini. THE CAMBODIA FILE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981.
Vietnam War-related documentary novel. The stories of several characters, interspersed with excepts from Anderson's newspaper columns & other materials. <<Not in Newman. Willson 11>>.

98. ANDERSON, Kent. SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL. Garden City: Doubleday, 1987.
Novel of Special Forces in Viet Nam by a former Green Beret. <<Newman 379>>.

99. ANDERSON, Kent. SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL. NY: Warner, 1989.
Novel of Special Forces in Viet Nam by a former Green Beret. <<Willson; Newman 379>>.

100. ANDERSON, Robert A. COOKS & BAKERS. NY: Avon (1982).
Fictional account of "young Americans trapped in a conflict they didn't want."

101. ANDERSON, Robert A. SERVICE FOR THE DEAD. NY: Arbor House (1986).
Novel about a Marine PFC, home after being wounded in Vietnam, trying to make sense of the war, despite dreams & flashbacks. Anderson was a Marine Lieutenant at Hue during the Tet Offensive. His second book.<<Newman 342>>.

102. ANDERSON, Robert A. SERVICE FOR THE DEAD. NY: Avon, 1987.
Novel about a Marine PFC, home after being wounded, trying to make sense of the war. Anderson was a Marine Lieutenant at Hue during the Tet offensive. <<Newman 342>>.

103. ANDERSON, Rodney S. MOST HALLOWED GROUND. N. Highlands: Andersonville, 1992.
Story of the California Vietnam Veteran's Memorial.

104. ANDERSON, S.E., see under Orde Commbs.

105. ANDERSON, William C. BAT-21. Engelwood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall (1980).
Docu-drama, based on a ture story, the basis for the film 'Gooney Bird'. Col. Iceal Hambleton & his 'E & E' efforts.

106. ANDERSON, William C. THE GOONEY BIRD. NY: Crown (1968).
Very scarce in hardback.

107. ANDERSON, William C. THE GOONEY BIRD. NY: Paperback Library, 1969.

108. ANDERSSON, Kenth-Ake, et al (eds). REVOLUTIONAR MARXISM KONTRA STALINISM I VIETNAM-RORELSEN. Molndal: Rene Coeckelbergh Partisanforlag (1971).
Swedish.

109. ANDREWS, William R. THE VILLAGE WAR: Vietnamese Communist Revolutionary Activities in Dinh Tuong Province, 1960-1964. Columbia: U of Missouri, 1973.

110. ANH Duc. HON DAT. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1969.
Viet Nam war novel which won the Nguyen Dinh Chieu Prize in Literature & Art, sponsored by the NLF in South Viet Nam, 1960-1965.

111. ANH Duc, et al. THE IVORY COMB. South Vietnam: Giai Phong Publishing House, 1967.

112. ANISFIELD, Nancy (ed). VIETNAM ANTHOLOGY: American War Literature. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State U Popular Press, 1987.
Short stories. Includes novel excerpts, drama & poetry.

113. ANISFIELD, Nancy (ed). VIETNAM ANTHOLOGY: American War Literature. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State U Popular Press, 1987.
Short stories. Includes novel excerpts, drama & poetry.

114. ANNE-MARIEL. TIGRESS OF THE EVENING. NY: Pinnacle, 1976.

115. ANONYMOUS. AMERICAN USE OF WAR GASES & WORLD PUBLIC OPINION. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1966.

116. ANONYMOUS. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE UNITED STATES OPERATIONS MISSION TO VIETNAM. (np): (np) 1958.

117. ANONYMOUS. ANTI-PERSONNEL WEAPONS IN VIETNAM. Cambridge: Hovey Street Press, ca. 1971.

118. ANONYMOUS. CHINESE AGRESSION: Why & How it Failed. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1979.

119. ANONYMOUS). EXCERPTS FROM THE DECLARATION OF FORMER RESISTANCE FIGHTERS ON THE PRESENT SITUATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM. (n.p.) (n.p.) 1960.
A very early protest against American involvement in South Vietnam, written by former members of a number of resistance groups, including the Viet Minh, Buddhist groups, etc.

120. ANONYMOUS). FACE AUX SKYHAWKS. Hanoi : Foreign Language Editions, 1964.
Early expose by Hanoi of American "provocations" and "acts of war against the People's Democratic Republic of Vietnam" (i.e., North Vietnam), concentrating on events from July 30 to August 5, 1964. Heavily illustrated, with fold-out maps showing the paths of bombing missions and the Destroyer Maddox's movements during that time; also photographs of antiaircraft emplacements, aircraft debris, etc. While anti-American propaganda from North Vietnam is not uncommon, this is an unusually early example.

121. ANONYMOUS. HANDBOOK FOR U.S. FORCES IN VIETNAM. Vietnam: Military Assistance Command, 1967.

122. ANONYMOUS. LA PHILOSOPHIE POLITIQUE DU PRESIDENT NGO-DINH DIEM. Laigon: La Revue Horizons, 1956.

123. ANONYMOUS. LE MASSACRE DE PHU LOI AU SUD VIETNAM. Hanoi: Editions en Languages Etrangeres, 1959.

124. ANONYMOUS. NUEVOS RETONOS DE LA PATRIA. Habana: Embajada de la Republica Democratica de Viet Nam en Cuba, 1968.

125. ANONYMOUS. TAKE A MAN PUT HIM ALONE.
Poetry broadside.

126. ANONYMOUS. TEEN SEX SLAVES OF SAIGON. NY: Star Distributors, 1984.
Viet Nam porno novel.

127. ANONYMOUS. TERREUR CONTRE LES BOUDDHISTES AU SUD VIET NAM. No Place: Editions Liberation, 1963.

128. ANONYMOUS. UNE EPOPEE DES TEMPS MODERNES. L'Heroique et Lamentable Exode d'un Million de Refugees du Nord: Fuyant l'Esclavage Communiste, des Villages Entiers Abandonnent tous Leurs Biens pour Aller vers la Liberte. Saigon: La Revue Horizons, 1956.

129. ANONYMOUS. VIETNAM: A Historical Sketch. (n.p.): Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization w/the Czechoslovakian Committee for Solidarity w/Afro-Asian Countries, ca 1973.

130. ANONYMOUS. VIETNAM: Ten Years After. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1985.
Chronology & actions of Vietnam after the US departed, from the government's point of view. $20.00 US

131. ANONYMOUS. VIETNAM, THE ANSWERS: A Reply to the Holt Government's Pamphlet 'Vietnam, Questions & Answers'. Sydney: D.B. Young Party, Ltd, ca. 1966.

132. ANONYMOUS. VIETNAM: Which Human Rights?: Dossier. Hanoi: Vietnam Courier, 1980.

133. ANONYMOUS. VIETNAM & YOUR CONSCIENCE. Notre Dame, In: Ave Maria Press, 1967.

134. ANONYMOUS. VPK, VUF OCH VIETNAM RORELSEN. Stockholm: Stod FLN, 1970.
Critique of the role of Vansterpartiet Kommunisternen (VPK) & Vanstern Ungdoms Forbund (VUF) in the Swedish anti-Vietnam War movement.

135. ANONYMOUS. WAR VIETNAM! Memorabilia for the U.S. Armed Forces. No Place (Sydney?): Printed by Halstead Press Pty. Ltd., Sydney, Australia, for the Publishers & distributed by Publications Inc., Hongkong, ca. 1966.
Large format photographic book about the Viet Nam War apparently published to be sold as a souvenir to American troops in Viet Nam.

136. ANSON, Robert Sam. WAR NEWS: A Young Reporter in Indochina. NY: Simon & Schuster (1989).
Personal account by one of the `Young Turks', & his concomitant `irreverent' attitude.

137. ANSON, Robert Sam. WAR NEWS: A Young Reporter in Indochina. NY: Simon & Schuster (1989).
Anson was one of the `Young Turks' with an irreverent reportage.

138. ANSON, Robert Sam. WAR NEWS: A Young Reporter in Indochina. NY: Simon & Schuster (1990).
Personal account by one of the `Young Turk' journalists (Halberstam, Sheehan, et al) who tried to tell it like it was.

139. ANTHOLOGY. ADVENTURES IN HELL. Volume One. Ritzville: Ritz Publishing (1991).
Anthology of stories, poetry, first-person accounts & an excerpt of a novel-in-progress, by Vietnam vets.

140. ANTHOLOGY. ARTISTS & WRITERS PROTEST AGAINST THE WAR IN VIETNAM. (NY: Profile Press, 1967).
LOPEZ90/1113 says (np): Artists & Writers (1967), 1 of 500 copies. THERE IS CONFUSION ABOUT THIS...SEE ALSO <<POEMS>>, APPEARS WE HAVE TWO PUBLICTIONS MIXED UP HERE. Impressive in both size (12x18”) & content, w/poems by Levertov, Lowenfels, Duncan & many others. Not in Newman.

141. ANTHOLOGY. BEDLAM. Canton, NY: Fiction International, 1981.
Includes the short story 'Over 4000 Square Miles' by John Domini.

142. ANTHOLOGY. DATELINE 1966: Covering War. NY: Overseas Press Club of America (1966).

143. ANTHOLOGY. FIRE BLAZES. Hanoi: 1965

144. ANTHOLOGY. FIRST LOVE. NY: Stewart Tabori & Chang (1986).
Short pieces about first loves, including one by Robert Olen Butler pertaining to Viet Nam; also includes Busch, Prager, et al. Uncommon item.

145. ANTHOLOGY. GAY PLAYS, Volume Two. London/NY: Methuen, 1986.
Contains the play, 'Lies About Vietnam' by C.P. Taylor.

146. ANTHOLOGY. INCOMING: After Images of Vietnam, the 80's Generation Reacts. (Canton): St. Lawrence U (1989).
Collection of short pieces by students, in the late 80s, reflecting on the experience of the young people 20 years earlier who were faced with the war. Attractively illustrated, with potent insights & comments.

147. ANTHOLOGY. NEW VOICES IN FICTION 1988. NY: Crown (1988).

148. ANTHOLOGY. POEMS. (NY): (Artists & Writers) (1967).
Includes Bly, Creeley, Duncan, Levertov, James Wright. Uncommon.

149. ANTHOLOGY. RECLAIMING THE PIECES: Changing Perspectives From the Vietnam Generation. (Canton, NY): (St. Lawrence U) (1989).
Collection of poetry & personal statements by members of the 'Vietnam Generation' emanating from the 1987 David B. Steinman Festival of the Arts held at St. Lawrence U, & focused that year on 'art emerging from the Vietnam era'. Interesting collection of comments, reflections, artwork, poetry & photos.

150. ANTHOLOGY. STOP THE WAR. LA: Stanyan (1970).
Anti-war quotes from Carlyle to John Foster Dulles, with photos of tombstones in a military cemetary.

151. ANTHOLOGY. STORY: The Yearbook of Discovery, 1968. NY: Four Winds (1968).

152. ANTHOLOGY. SUPER-STATE: Readings in the Military-Industrial Comples. Urbana: U of Illinois (1970).
Contributors include Paul Goodman, Neill Sheehan, Goldwater, McGovern, et al.

153. ANTHOLOGY. THE AVAILABLE/PEN SHORT STORY COLLECTION. NY: Ballantine, 1985.
Intro by Anne Tyler. Includes Pat Ellis Taylor's 'A Call From Brotherland' & Edmund Keeley's 'Cambodian Diary 1979: The Second Death'.

154. ANTHOLOGY. THE DIRTY WARS. NY: Delacorte (1968).
Collection of accounts of 'guerilla actions around the world from World War II to the present'. Includes pieces on Viet Nam & Laos, as well as Cuba, the Congo, Greece, etc. All are previously published pieces, but many apparently appeared only in obscure journals with limited circulation.

155. ANTHOLOGY. THE DRAFT. NY: Washington Square Press (1970).

156. ANTHOLOGY. THE WRITING ON THE WALL: 108 American Poems of Protest. Garden City: Doubleday, 1969.
Protest poems, old & new. Contributors include Clarence Major.

157. ANTHOLOGY. THUNDERBOLTS OF PEACE & LIBERATION. Blackburn, England: BB Books (nd) (1969).
Scarce. Includes Kupferberg, George Montgomery, Snyder, Levertov, Kandel, et al.

158. ANTHOLOGY. US WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM. Hanoi: Juridical Sciences Institute, 1968.
Collection of first-hand accounts of US war crimes, published by the North Vietnamese.

159. ANTHOLOGY. VIETNAM LITERATURE ANTHOLOGY: A Balanced Perspective. Philadelphia: American Poetry & Literature, 1985.
Three views of the war by three poets--Jack Strahan, Peter Hollenbeck & R.L. Barth--with an excerpt from a novel-in-progress by Hollenbeck.

160. ANTHOLOGY. VIETNAM POETRY. Fullerton, CA: Union of Vietnamese in the United States (nd). (late 60s or 1973?).
Most poems in the original Vietnamese & translated.

161. ANTHOLOGY. VIETNAM THROUGH INDIAN EYES. New Deli:
Scarce.

162. ANTHOLOGY. VIETNAM VETERAN'S SURVIVAL GUIDE. NY: Ballantine (1985).

163. ANTHOLOGY. WAR BOOK. (Fairfax): Red Hill Press (nd).
Pamphlet of writings & drawings gathered for an anti-war reading in 1970...excerpts from newspaper stories, poems & accounts from World War I, etc, deliberately NOT about Viet Nam, implicitly taken to comment on the war, & implied outdated attitudes towards it. One of many small ephemeral publications of this type, for specific events, that came & went without much trace.

164. ANTHOLOGY. WE PROMISE ONE ANOTHER: Poems From an Asian War. Washington: INdochina Moble Education Project (1971).
Vietnamese poetry of the Viet Nam war.

165. ANTHOLOGY. YOUTH & WAR: World War I to Vietnam. NY: Lathrop, Lee & Shepard (1969).
Collection assembled for young adults (12 & up), reprinting pieces by Sassoon & Graves on WWI, others on WWII & Korea, & two pieces on Viet Nam -- one by Harrison Salisbury on the 'teen-age war' the North Vietnamese waged against overwhelming US military superiority. Uncommon item.

166. ANTHOLOGY). (James Reston, Jr., David Rabe, Terrence McNally, Amlin Gray, Tom Cole, MIchael Weller, Emily Mann, Stephen Metcalf). COMING TO TERMS: American Plays & the Vietnam War. NY: Theatre Communications Group, 1985.
Collects eight plays in full: Streamers by David Rabe; Botticelli by Terrence McNally; Moonchildren by Michael Weller; Medal of Honor Rag by Coleman; Still Life by Emily Mann; Strange Snow by Stephen Metcalfe; How I Got That Story by Emlin Gray. Library editions of this book were slated for publication but cancelled.

167. ANTHOLOGY). (James Reston, Jr., David Rabe, Terrence McNally, Amlin Gray, Tom Cole, MIchael Weller, Emily Mann, Stephen Metcalf). COMING TO TERMS: American Plays & the Vietnam War. NY: Theatre Communications Group, 1985.
Collects eight plays in full: Streamers by David Rabe; Botticelli by Terrence McNally; Moonchildren by Michael Weller; Medal of Honor Rag by Coleman; Still Life by Emily Mann; Strange Snow by Stephen Metcalfe; How I Got That Story by Emlin Gray.

168. ANTONELLI, JO3 Jerry (ed). A SHIP & THE SEA: USS Coral Sea (CVA-43), WEST PAC 1968-1969. No publishing information printed.
Cruise book. Attack Carrier Air Wing 15 launched attacks on Viet Nam targets from this carrier.

169. APPLEMAN, Philip. OPEN DOORWAYS. NY: Norton, 1976.
Poetry.

170. APTHEKER, Herbert. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, VIETNAM & CIVIL RIGHTS. NY: New Outlook, 1967.

171. APTHEKER, Herbert. MISSION TO HANOI. NY: International Publishers (1966).
By the former director of the American Institute for Marxist Studies, about his early fact finding mission with Lynd & Hayden. Includes interviews with prominent N. Vietnamese.

172. APTHEKER, Herbert. MISSION TO HANOI. NY: International (1966).
By the former director of the American Institute for Marxist Studies, about his early fact finding mission with Lynd & Hayden. Includes interviews with prominent N. Vietnamese.

173. ARCHER, Jules. HO CHI MINH: Legend of Hanoi. NY: Macmillan, 1971.
Non-ideological, written for young adults.

174. ARCHIBALD, Joe. SPECIAL FORCES TROOPER. NY: David McKay, 1967.
Young adult novel of Green Berets in Viet Nam. <<Newman 20; Willson>>.

175. ARGO, Ronald. YEAR OF THE MONKEY. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1989.

176. ARLEN, Michael J. LIVING ROOM WAR. NY: Viking (1969).

177. ARLEN, Michael J. THE VIEW FROM HIWAY 1: Essays on Television. NY: FSG (1976).
Title refers to Hiway in Viet Nam; book includes essay on TV coverage of the war.

178. ARMBRUSTER, Frank E., Raymond G. Gastil, Herman Kahn, William Pfaff & Edmund Stillman. CAN WE WIN IN VIETNAM? NY: Praeger (1968).

179. ARMY TIMES (ed). AMERICAN HEROES OF ASIAN WARS. Army Times 1968.

180. ARNETT, Peter. LIVE FROM THE BATTLEFIELD: From Vietnam to Baghdad, 35 Years in the Worlds War Zones. Norwalk: The Easton Press, (1994).

181. ARNOLD, Elliott. THE SPIRIT OF COCHISE. NY: Scribner's, 1972.
Novel of an Apache Viet Nam vet who returns to his reservation, which he sees as a battlefield for human dignity.

182. ARNOLD, James R. TET OFFENSIVE 1968: Turning Point in Vietnam. London: Osprey, 1990.
Arnold also wrote `The First Domino' & a number of books in the Bantam Illustrated History series on the Viet Nam War.

183. ARNOLD, James R. THE FIRST DOMINO: Eisenhower, the Military & America's Intervention in Vietnam. NY: Morrow (1991).

184. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Armor. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Focusing on the M-113 armored personnel carrier.

185. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Armor. NY: Bantam, 1987.
A popularly written history of armor. Arnold also wrote 'The First Domino,' 'Tet Offensive' & other books in the Bantam Illustrated History series on the Viet Nam War.

186. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Artillery. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Focuses on the use of Fire Support Bases. Arnold also wrote 'The First Domino,' 'Tet Offensive' & other books in the Bantam Illustrated History series on the Viet Nam War.

187. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Dustoff. NY: Bantam, 1988.

188. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Rangers. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Concise & well illustrated account. Arnold also wrote 'The First Domino,' 'Tet Offensive' & other books in the Bantam Illustrated History series on the Viet Nam War.

189. ARNOLD, James R. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Riverine. NY: Bantam, 1987.

190. ARNOLD, William. CHINA GATE. NY: Villard (1983).
Author's first novel, a view of the Viet Nam War from the unique perspective of those with the most vested interest in it: the permanent American community of Asia. Arnold is a film reviewer in Seattle & author of 'Shadow Land,' a biography of Frances Farmer.

191. ARNONI, M.S. A STRUGGLE FOR THE RIGHT TO BE HUMAN -- UNIVERSAL ASPECTS OF THE VIETNAM WAR. Passaic: Minority of One, ca. 1967.
Contains a speech delivered at Wayne Sate U in Detroit. The speech was also published in the periodical 'Minority of One'.

192. ASHMORE, Harry S. & William C. Baggs. MISSION TO HANOI: A Chronicle of Double-Dealing in High Places. NY: Putnam (1968).
Special report from the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Chronology of US involvement in Vietnam by Elaine Burnell.

193. ASHMORE, Harry S. & William C. Baggs. MISSION TO HANOI: A Chronicle of Double-Dealing in High Places.
Special report from Study of Democratic Institutions. Chronology of US involvement in Viet Nam by Elaine Burnell.

194. ASINOF, Eliot. CRAIG & JOAN: Two Lives for Peace. NY: Viking (1971).
Recounts the deaths of two 17-year olds (a cheerleader & drama society president) who took their lives on Vietnam Moratorium Day, 1969.

195. ASINOF, Eliot. CRAIG & JOAN: Two Lives for Peace. NY: Viking (1971).
Recounts the deaths of two 17-year olds (a cheerleader & drama society president) who took their lives on Vietnam Moratorium Day, 1969.

196. ASPREY, Robert B. WAR IN THE SHADOWS.

197. ASSOCIATION D'TUDES ET D'INFORMATIONS POLITIQUES INTERNATIONALES. LE VERITE SUR LE 'FRONT NATIONAL DE LIBERATION DU SUD-VIETNAM': Supplement de 'Est & Ouest' Bulletin d'Etudes et d'Informations Politiques Internationales. #377. 1er/15 Fevier 1967.

198. ASSOCIATION OF VIETNAMESE PATRIOTS IN CANADA. WOMEN OF VIET NAM. Montreal: The Patriots, 1972.

199. ASSOCIATION OF VIETNAMESE PATRIOTS IN THE UNITED STATES. CHINESE AGGRESSION AGAINST VIETNAM. No place [SF?]: The Association, [ca 1979].

200. ASSOCIATION OF VIETNAMESE PATRIOTS IN THE UNITED STATES. DOCUMENTS ON VIETNAM, CHINA, KAMPUCHEA. SF: The Association, 1979.

201. ATKINSON, Hugh. THE MOST SAVAGE ANIMAL. NY: Simon & Schuster (1972).
Novel of the Red Cross in Viet Nam.

202. ATKINSON, Hugh. THE MOST SAVAGE ANIMAL. London: Hart-Davis, 1972.

203. ATKINSON, Rick. LONG GRAY LINE: The American Journey of West Point's Class of 1966. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1989.

204. ATKINSON, Rick. THE LONG GRAY LINE: The American Journey of West Point's Class of 1966. NY: Pocket Star Books, (1991).
From West Point to Vietnam & After....

205. AUCHINCLOSS, Louis. HONORABLE MEN. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1985.
A WWII hero & scion of society is asked to make a choice on Viet Nam.

206. AUCHINCLOSS, Louis. HONORABLE MEN. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1986.
A WWII hero, who becomes the perfect business exec, turns against the Viet Nam War.

207. AUMENT, Shary. UNFORGETTABLE FACES: Drawings of American Prisoners of War & Men Missing in Action in Southeast Asia. Kalamazoo: Leaders Press (1972).

208. AUSTIN, Anthony. THE PRESIDENT'S WAR: The Story of the Tonkin Gulf Resolution & How the Nation was Trapped in Vietnam. Phila: Lippincott (1971).

209. (AUTHOR UNKNOWN) BOOKS ON WAR, PACIFISM, NON-VIOLENCE, RELATED STUDIES. Fellowship, 1967.

210. (AUTHOR UNKNOWN) THE WRITER IN OUR WORLD, see TRIQUARTERLY.
TriQuarterly symposium, 2 cassette tapes w/highlights.

211. (AUTHOR UNKNOWN) VIETNAM: SONGS OF LIBERATION: Liberation Songs of the Vietnamese People Recorded in Vietnam. NY: Paredon Records (1971).

212. (AUTHOR UNKNOWN) VIETNAMESE LEGAL MATERIALS, 1954-1975: A Selected Annotated Bibliography.

213. (AUTHOR UNKNOWN) WITH THE AMERICAN FIGHTING MAN!

214. AUVADE, Robert. BIBLIOGRAPHIE CRITIQUE DES OEUVRES PARUES SUR L'INDOCHINE FRANCAISE: Un siecle d'Histoire et d'Enseignment. Paris: G.P. Maisonneuve & Larose, 1965.

215. BABER, Asa. THE LAND OF A MILLION ELEPHANTS. NY: Morrow, 1970.
Author's first book, set in mythical SE Asian country during the war. Very scarce. +Newman 80; Willson<<.

216. BABER, Asa. TRANQUILITY BASE & Other Stories. Canton: Fiction International, 1979.
Includes the short stories `The Ambush' & `How I Got Screwed & Almost Tattooed by Huck Finn'. By the author of <<The Land of a Million Elephants>>. <<Willson>>.

217. BAER, Gordon. VIETNAM: The Battle Comes Home; A Photographic Record of Post-Traumatic Stress With Selected Essays. (Dobbs Ferry): Morgan & Morgan, 1984.
48 pages of text. Photos arranged thematically.

218. BAER, Gordon. VIETNAM: THE BATTLE COMES HOME: A Photographic Record of Post-Traumatic Stress With Selected Essays. (Dobbs Ferry, NY): Morgan & Morgan, 1984.
48 pages of text. Photos arranged thematically.

219. BAER, Gordon. VIETNAM; THE BATTLE COMES HOME: A Photographic Record of Post-Traumatic Stress With Selected Essays. (Dobbs Ferry): Morgan & Morgan, 1984.
48 pages of text. Photos arranged thematically.

220. BAIER, L.S. VIETNAM -- `THE FILTHY LIARS' -- & YOU: A Nautical & Political Saga You Will Never Forget. (np) (Portland, OR): (np) (Self-published) (1970).
Very scarce. 2nd edition being the first to include both parts 1 & 2. The 1st edition in 1968 was Part 1 only. Novel & polemic against the war, the world, etc. Not in Newman.

221. BAIN, Chester. VIETNAM: The Roots of Conflict. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall (1967).

222. BAIN, David Howard. AFTERSHOCKS: A Tale of Two Victims. NY: Methuen (1980).
A former Marine & Viet Nam vet encountered a Vietnamese teenager in NYC in 1977 &, in a violent flashback, interrogated, raped & killed her. Explores the facts behind the immediate tragedy.

223. BAINBRIDGE, Chuck. THE HARD CORPS. NY: Jove, 1986.

224. BAINBRIDGE, Chuck. THE HARD CORPS. NY: Jove, 1986.

225. BAKA, Steve. THUNDER SILENCE. (Annapolis: Annapolis Works, no date.)
Extensive photo-collages & graphics. Baka was in the 101st Airborne Division.

226. BAKER, Filmore. THE HORN BLOWER. np: Publisher's Export, 1968.

227. BAKER, Kenneth Waymon. ALONE IN THE VALLEY. Pompano Beach, FL: Exposition Press of FL, 1987.

228. BAKER, Mark. NAM. NY: William Morrow, 1981.
Oral history by men & women who fought.

229. BAKER, Richard. THE FLAG. SF: Broken Anchor, 1990.
Short stories, includes 'Reunion,' 'Flag Burning,' 'Hunted,' 'The Initiation,' 'The Listener,' 'An Understanding,' & 'Wolf Poems'.

230. BAKER, Richard E. A SHATTERED VISAGE. Tacoma: Vardaman, 1982.
Includes the short story 'Feast of Epiphany'.

231. BAKER, Richard E. FEAST OF EPIPHANY. Tacoma: Rapier, 1981.
Novel by this poet.

232. BAKER, Richard E. JANUS RISING. Tacoma: Vardaman, 1984.
Includes the short story 'An Understanding' & the poem 'Charlie Company is Missing'.

233. BAKER, Richard E. SHELLBURST POND. Tacoma: Vardaman, 1982.
Poems.

234. BAKER, Richard E. THE KILLING PLACE. Tacoma: Vardaman, 1982.

235. BAKER, Richard E. see also the periodical BUNCHBERRIES.
Includes the short story 'Feast of Epiphany'.

236. BAKER, W. Howard. THE JUDAS DIARY. NY: Lancer, 1969.

237. BAKER, W. Howard. THE JUDAS DIARY. NY: Lancer, 1969.

238. BALABAN, John. AFTER OUR WAR. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh (1974).
Lamont Poetry Selection for 1974. His first full-length collection. Many of the poems pertain to the war. Newman 646.

239. BALABAN, John. AFTER OUR WAR. (np): U of Pittsburgh (1974).
Lamont Poetry Selection for 1974 & Balaban’s first full-length collection of poetry (preceded by a chapbook). Many of the poems pertain to the Vietnam War, touching on the pain & suffering. Balaban is a vet who served as a conscientious objector in Vietnam during the war. Nominated for the National Book Award. See <<Newman 646>>.

240. BALABAN, John. BLUE MOUNTAIN. Greensboro: Unicorn (1982).
Poetry, much about the war.

241. BALABAN, John. BLUE MOUNTAIN. Greensboro: Unicorn (1982).
Poetry, much about the war.

242. BALABAN, John. COMING DOWN AGAIN. NY: HBJ (1985).
Prize-winning poet's first novel -- a menagerie of characters tossed together, trying to help a couple accused of heroin smuggling in SE Asia in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.

243. BALABAN, John. REMEMBERING HEAVEN'S FACE: A Moral Witness in Vietnam. NY: Poseidon Press (1991).
An award-winning author, poet & translator, Balaban was a conscientious objector who served in Viet Nam as a civilian & returned 17 years later. This book is a result of that visit.

244. BALABAN, John. VIETNAM POEMS. Oxford: Carcanet (1970).
Signed edition is extremeley scarce. The author's first book. He was a CO university instructor in the Mekong Delta 1967-69. <<Newman 633>>.

245. BALABAN, John. VIETNAM POEMS. Oxford: Carcanet (1970).
A scarce early volume, the author's first book. He was a CO university instructor in the Mekong Delta 1967-69. Newman 633.

246. BALABAN, John. VIETNAM: The Land We Never Knew. SF: Chronicle, 1989.

247. BALABAN, John, see also PAINTED BRIDE QUARTERLY, 1979; NEW LETTERS READER II, edited by David Ray.

248. BALABAN, John see also PUSHCART PRIZE III edited by Bill Henderson; also the periodical CHELSEA 24/25.

249. BALABAN, John (trans). VIETNAMESE FOLK POETRY. Greensboro, NC: Unicorn Press (1974).

250. BALABAN, John (trans). VIETNAMESE FOLK POETRY. Greensboro, NC: Unicorn Press (1974).

251. BALABAN, John (trans/ed). CA DAO VIETNAM. (Greensboro): Unicorn (1980).
A bilingual anthology of Vietnamese folk poetry, edited & translated by Balaban.

252. BALABAN, John (trans/ed). CA DAO VIETNAM. (Oakvillle: ONT): Mosaic Press, 1980.
IN STOCK??????CHECK BOXES

253. BALDWIN, Frank & Diane & Michael Jones. AMERICA'S RENTED TROOPS: South Koreans in Vietnam. Phila: American Friends Service Committee, ca. 1974.

254. BALL, George W. DIPLOMACY FOR A CROWDED WORLD: An American Foreign Policy. NY: Atlantic-Little, Brown, 1976.
First part of the book calls for cleaning up the 'aberrations' of foreign policy, Viet Nam being viewed as one of these. Remainder of the book deals with breakage & unfinished business & revising institutions to carry out foreign policy.

255. BALL, George W. THE PAST HAS ANOTHER PATTERN. NY: Norton, 1983.

256. BALLARD, J.G. CRASH. NY: Pinnacle, 1974.

257. BALLARD, J.G. CRASH. NY: Vintage, 1985.

258. BALLARD, J.G. LOVE & NAPALM: Export USA. NY: Grove (1972).

259. BALLARD, Jack. DEVELOPMENT & EMPLOYMENT OF FIXED-WING GUNSHIPS 1962-1972. Washington: 1982.

260. BALLINGER, Bill S. THE 49 DAYS OF DEATH. LA: Sherbourne, 1969.
Partially set in Viet Nam, as the main character relives 'vital portions of his life'.

261. BALLINGER, Bill S. THE SPY AT ANGKOR WAT. NY: New American Library, 1966.
Fiction, about a CIA operative in Cambodia sent to rescue a Cambodian prince from his Red Chinese captors.

262. BALLINGER, Bill S. THE SPY AT ANGOR WAT. NY: Signet, 1966.

263. BALLINGER, Bill S. THE SPY IN BANGKOK. NY: NAL, 1965.

264. BALLINGER, Bill S. THE SPY IN THE JUNGLE. (NY): Signet/New American Library (1965).

265. BAMBERGER, Paul. EATING IS TO TILL THE EARTH: Poems. Milwaukee: The Shore, 1972.
Includes 23 Viet Nam war poems.

266. BANCOFF, Carl. A FORGOTTEN MAN. Ardmore: Seth, 1987.
Author's first book, of a doctor shocked into realization he has not been aware of the real world until he goes to Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

267. BANERIAN, James (ed). LOSERS ARE PIRATES: A Close Look at the PBS Series `Vietnam: A Television History.' (Phoenix): Vietnamese Refugees Living in the US (1984).
Attempts to deal with the `misinformation' of a PBS broadcast deemed `antiwar', giving short shrift for those who support the US war effort. Precedes the Sphinx edition.

268. BANERIAN, James (ed). LOSERS ARE PIRATES: A Close Look at the PBS Series `Vietnam: A Television History.' Phoenix: Sphinx Publishing (1985).

269. BANERIAN, James (ed). VIETNAMESE SHORT STORIES: An Introduction. Phoenix: Sphinx Publishing, 1986.
Collection of modern Vietnamese short stories all written from & anti-Communist perspective. Banerian states that `nearly all of the authors included in these pages are victims of Communist repression.'

270. BANKS, Cliff. TUNNEL RATS. NY: Popular Library, 1989.
Novel of a four-man team fighting the VC, trying to halt an offensive to be launched from a tunnel.

271. BANKS, Cliff. TUNNEL RATS: Mud & Blood. NY: Popular Library, 1990.

272. BANKS, Russell. SUCCESS STORIES. NY: Harper & Row (1986).
Short stories, one Viet Nam War-related, 'The Fish'.

273. BANKS, Russell. SUCCESS STORIES. NY: Ballantine, 1987.
Short stories, includes one Viet Nam War-related story, 'The Fish'.

274. BANNAN, John F. & Rosemary S. LAW, MORALITY & VIETNAM: The Peace Militants & the Courts. Bloomington: Indiana U, 1974.
Six trials are analyzed, that of the Berrigans, Dr. Spock & lesser-known cases.

275. BARANSKI, Johnny. THE DAWN OF WAR. Phila: Dorrance (1970).
Anti-Viet Nam War poems by a Catholic pacifist. Scarce.

276. BARFIELD, Eugene H. TREACHERY ON THE DOUBLE. Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press (1979).

277. BARITZ, Loren. BACKFIRE: A History of How American Culture Led Us into Vietnam & Made Us Fight the Way We Did. NY: Morrow (1985).
American mythology & the way it shaped the disaster in Viet Nam.

278. BARNET, Don. STRATEGY FOR AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARIES. Canada: 1973.

279. BARON, Virginia Olsen (ed). WOMEN IN THE WAKE OF WAR: A Report on the Vietnam Era Women's Project. Cincinnati: Service Center, Church Women United (1977).

280. BARR, John. WAR ZONE.

281. BARR, John. WAR ZONE.

282. BARRETT, Dean. MEMOIRS OF A BANGKOK WARRIOR. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Publishing (1985).
Novel of the rear-echelon in Bankok during the mid-sixties -- `The whackiest adventures of the Vietnam or any other War era' (cover blurb). Referred to by one reviewer as the M*A*S*H* of the Viet Nam War. <<Willson>> indicates an earlier (1983) printing.

283. BARRON, John & Anthony Paul. MURDER OF A GENTLE LAND: The Untold Story of Communist Genocide in Cambodia. NY: Reader's Digest, 1977.
Based on interviews with 300 Cambodian refugees & other sources. An early expose of the Khmer rouge policies in postwar Cambodia.

284. BARRUS, Tim. ANYWHERE, ANYWHERE. Stamford: Knights, 1987.

285. BARRUS, Tim. GENOCIDE: The Anthology. Stamford: Knights, 1988.

286. BARRY, Jan, see also under Larry Rottman.

287. BARRY, Jan, & W.D. Ehrhart (eds). DEMILITARIZED ZONES: Veterans After Vietnam. (Perkasie, PA): East River Anthology, 1976.
Poetry anthology.

288. BARTECCHI, Carl E. SOC TRANG: A Vietnamese Odyssey. (Boulder): Rocky Mountain Writers Guild (1980).
Biographical account of a military surgeon & his outfit at a helicopter base. Uncommon.

289. BARTH, R.L. A SOLDIER'S TIME: Vietnam War Poems. Santa Barbara: John Daniel, 1987.
By a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing at Stanford.

290. BARTH R.L. FORCED-MARCHING TO THE STYX: Vietnam War Poems. (Van Nuys): Perivale Press (1983).
Lopez calls Barth one of the most accomp[lished poets to write of the war.

291. BARTH, R.L. LOOKING FOR PEACE. (np): (np) (1981).
Poems, a third of them about life in the jungle. Barth was one of the few recognized poets to finght in the war. He spent 13 months in Viet Nam as a long-range reconnaisssance leader in the Marines.

292. BARTH, R.L. LOOKING FOR PEACE. Omaha: Abattoir Editions/University of Nebraska, 1985.
A later, more elegant edition [printed by Harry Duncan, the last book he printed under this famous imprint] of most of the Viet Nam poems from the earlier edition, plus some new ones.

293. BARTH, R.L. & Turner Cassity. LESSONS. (np): Para Press (1987).
Poetry focused on Viet Nam, & the French in Indochina in particular.

294. BARTLETT, Tom (ed). AMBASSADORS IN GREEN. Washington: Leatherneck, 1971.

295. BARTOWIAK, SP4 Robert S., et al. ENGINEER TROOPS VIETNAM. APO SF: Engineer Troops Vietnam (1968).
The work of ten artists portraying the activities of the Army Engineering Command in Viet Nam.

296. BASEL, G.I. PAK SIX. NY: Jove, 1987.
Account of a USAF F-105 pilot whose missions were Hanoi & vital supply lines to China.

297. BASEL, G.I. PAK SIX. La Mesa: Associated Creative Writers, 1982.
Account of a USAF F-105 pilot whose missions were Hanoi & vital supply lines to China.

298. BASKIR, Lawrence M. & William A. Strauss. CHANCE & CIRCUMSTANCE: The Draft, the War & the Vietnam Generation. NY: Knopf, 1978.
How 9 million draft eiligible men managed to get themselves deferred or exempted, etc. The authors served on President Ford's Clemency Board.

299. BASKIR, Lawrence, see also article in AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE.
Includes a 10-page article, 'The Wounded Generation: The Twenty-seven Million Men of Vietnam' by Lawrence Baskir & William Strauss.

300. BASSETT, James. SKY SUSPENDED. NY: Delacorte (1968).
Best known for his WWII novel <<Harm's Way>>; a novel of riverboat warfare in SE Asia, trying to duplicate that success. <<Newman 43>>.

301. BATES, Scott (comp & ed). PEACE CALENDAR & APPOINTMENT BOOK, 1967. NY: War Resistors League.
Poems from all eras, inspired by Viet Nam War.

302. BATES, Scott (ed). POEMS OF WAR RESISTANCE. NY: Grossman, 1969.

303. BATES, Scott (ed). POEMS OF WAR RESISTANCE: From 2300 B.C. to the Present. NY: Grossman, 1969.
Poems from all eras, inspired by Viet Nam War. Bates compiled & edited a number of poetry in `Peace Calendars' during the 60s for the War Resistors League. Includes the first publication of Patchen's `The Century When Even Death Died,' Clarence Major's `Vietnam #4,' Levertov, Spender, Eberhardt, Cummings, Sandburg, Ralph Chaplin, Wilfred Owen, etc.

304. BATES, Scott (ed). POEMS OF WAR RESISTANCE: PEACE CALENDAR & APPOINTMENT BOOK, 1966. NY: War Resistors League (1965).
Antiwar poems from all eras, inspired by Viet Nam War. Includes Lowell, Patchen et al.

305. BATES, Tom. RADS: The 1970 Bombing of the Army Math Research Center at the University of Wisconsin & Its Aftermath. NY: Harper Collins (1992).
A well researched account of this bombing & a good history of the 60s & the anti-Vietnam War movement.

306. BATOR, Victor. VIETNAM: 1ST YEAR: Pictorial History of the 2nd Brigade 1st Infantry Division.

307. BATOR, Victor. VIETNAM, A DIPLOMATIC TRAGEDY: The Origins of the United States Involvement. Dobbs Ferry: Oceana, 1965.

308. BAUER, Bill. THE EYE OF THE GHOST: Vietnam Poems. Kansas City: BkMk/U of Missouri, 1986.

309. BAUSCH, Robert. ON THE WAY HOME. NY: St. Martin's (1982).
Author's first book, novel of soldier's escape from POW camp & return home.

310. BAUSCH, Robert. ON THE WAY HOME. NY: Avon (1983).
Author's first book, novel of soldier's escape from POW camp & return home.

311. BAUSCH, Robert. ON THE WAY HOME. NY: Avon (1982).
Author's first book, Viet Nam novel of soldier's escape from POW camp & return home.

312. BAX, Martin. THE HOSPITAL SHIP. NY: New Directions (1976).
Novel of the collapse of civilization, epitomized by the conflict in Indochina. Includes references. Not in Newman.

313. BAX, Martin. THE HOSPITAL SHIP. London: Cape, 1976.
Novel of the collapse of civilization, epitomized by the conflict in Indochina. Includes references. Not in Newman.

314. BAXTER, Gordon. 13/13: Vietnam: Search & Destroy. World (1967).

315. BEAL, Christopher W. (ed), w/Anthony D'Amato. THE REALITIES OF VIETNAM: A Ripon Society Appraisal. Washington: Public Affairs Press (1968).
`The Confederacy Strategy', a Ripon effort to define a Republican party position. Essays by Josiah Lee Auspitz, Beal, Roger Fisher, I. Milton Sacks, Fred Ikle, Dellenback, Douglas Bailey, William Cowin, Charles Stevenson, William Parham & Lee Huebner.

316. BEATTY, David. DON'T TREAD ON MY TIRE RUBBER SANDALS: A Tale of Vietnam. Boonville, NY: Seven Oceans (1969).

317. BECK, Warren A. & Myles L. Clowers (comp). UNDERSTANDING AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH FICTION. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1975.
Incudes reading 49, Joe Maggio's 'Company Man' & readings 50 & 51, Derek Maitland's 'The Only War We've Got'.

318. BECKER, Elizabeth. WHEN THE WAR WAS OVER: The Voices of Cambodia's Revolution & Its People. NY: Simon & Schuster (1986).
About the Kymer Rouge & the Cambodian revolution: what happened & why. Solid scholarship & first rate journalism by the <<Washington Post>> reporter covering the war in SE Asia. She was one two American journalists allowed into Pol Pot's Cambodia.

319. BECKER, Stephen. DOG TAGS. NY: Random House (1973).
Marginally related to Viet Nam; doctor who was Korean POW has run-ins w/vets back from Viet Nam.

320. BECKETT, Brian. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR. NY: Gallery, 1985.
Large size picture book with text providing an overview, beginning with the First Indochina War. Initially devised & produced in the UK by Multimedia Publications.

321. BECKETT, Ian. CONFLICT IN THE 20TH CENTURY: Vietnam From 1945. NY: Gallery, 1987.
Large size picture book, text very concise.

322. BECKHAM, Barry. RUNNER MACK. Washington: Howard U, 1983.

323. BECKHAM, Barry. RUNNER MACK. NY: Popular Library, 1972.

324. BECKWITH, Col. Charlie A. & Donald Knox. DELTA FORCE. (NY): Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1983).
Recounts experiences with this counterterrorist unit in Viet Nam & Iran.

325. BEECHY, Atlee & Winifred. VIETNAM: WHO CARES? Scottsdale, PA: Herald (1968).
Two members of the Vietnam Christian Service relate observations based on their 6 month visit in 1966.

326. BEGLEV, S.I., et al. THE STAGES OF WAR & DUPLICITY: Evidence of the Pentagon Secret Papers. Moscow: Novosti Press agency Publishing House, 1971.

327. BEHR, Edward. BEARINGS: A Foreign Correspondent's Life Behind the Lines. NY: Viking (1978).
Experiences in Viet Nam, India & elsewhere.

328. BEIDLER, Phillip D. AMERICAN LITERATURE & THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE.

329. BEJARANO, Arthur T. BRING BACK THE BOYS -- U.S. ARMED FORCES IN INDO-CHINA. NY: Vantage (1977).
Viet Nam war novel.

330. BELANGER, Chuck. THE FIVE MAN WAR. Chicago: Playboy, 1976.

331. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM. London: Arms & Armour, 1982,83.

332. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM. London: Arms & Armour, 1982.
This edition contains Volume 1 & 2 of Bell's four-volumes in this series. Photo book with captions identifying type of aircraft & their use in Viet Nam.

333. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM, Vol I. London: Arms & Armour, 1982.
Photo book with captions identifying type of aircraft & their use in Viet Nam.

334. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM, Vol II. London: Arms & Armour, 1983.
Photo book with captions identifying type of aircraft & their use in Viet Nam.

335. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM, Vol III. (Warbirds Illustrated No. 21) London: Arms & Armour, 1983.
Photo book with captions identifying type of aircraft & their use in Viet Nam.

336. BELL, Dana. AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM, Vol IV. London: Arms & Armour, 1984.
Photo book with captions identifying type of aircraft & their use in Viet Nam.

337. BELL, Dana. VIETNAM WARBIRDS IN ACTION. NY: Arms & Armour, 1986.

338. BELL, David E. FOREIGN AID: Emphasis Vietnam. Washington Agency for International Development, ca.1966.

339. BELL, Madison Smartt. SOLDIER'S JOY. NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1989.
A Viet Nam vet returns home to Tennessee, but the past dies hard & a war at home ironically resembles that being fought on the other side of the globe.

340. BENAVIDEZ, Roy & Oscar Griffin. THE THREE WARS OF ROY BENAVIDEZ. San Antonio: Coronoa (1986).
A personal account by this Medal of Honor winner. Said to an uncommon title from this small press.

341. BENDELL, Don. CROSSBOW. NY: Berkley (1990).
An account of Green Berets fighting alongside Montagnards against both N. & S. Vietnamese. Interesting story, but need edited.

342. BENDELL, Don. VALLEY OF TEARS: Assault into Plei Trap. NY: Dell, 1993.
Account of a Special Forces Mission to prevent retreating NVA from escaping into Cambodia, & to free American POWs. Plei Trap Valley was considered the superhighway of the Ho Chi Minh trail. The author participated in this assault.

343. BENDER, David L. & Gary E. McCuen (eds). THE INDOCHINA WAR: Why Our Policy Failed. Anoka: Greenhaven, 1975.

344. BENJAMIN, Burton. FAIR PLAY: CBS, General Westmoreland, & How a Television Documentary Went Wrong. NY: Harper & Row (1988).

345. BENNETT, John (ed). A GOOD DAY TO DIE. Ellensburg: Vagabond, 1985(6?).
Includes the story 'Winning Hearts & Minds' by Gerry Reith.

346. BENNETT, John (ed). THE VAGABOND ANTHOLOGY (1966-1977). Ellensburg: Vagabond, 1978.
Includes Viet Nam War-related poems: 'Sometime They'll Give a War & Nobody Will Come...' & 'One Winter Day in the USA in the Endless Year of Vietnam...' by Richard L. Bennett, 'Vietnam by Kirk Robertson & 'Way Out' by Linda King.

347. BENSE, Robert see short story in THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW, Spring 1968.

348. BERENT, Mark. ROLLING THUNDER. NY: Putnam (1989).
The fighter pilot's war in 1965-66, by a highly decorated Viet Nam pilot. Highly praised by Tom Clancy, Dale Brown, Stephen Coonts & others.

349. BERENT, Mark. STEEL TIGER. NY: Putnam (1990).
Viet Nam war novel.

350. BERESFORD, Melanie. VIETNAM: Politics, Economics & Society. London: Pinter, 1989.

351. BERGEN, John D. MILITARY COMMUNMICATIONS. Washington: US Army, 1986.

352. BERGER, Carl. THEY UNITED STATES AIR FORCE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, 1961-1973: An Illustrated Account. Washington: 1984.

353. BERGER, Maurice. REPRESENTING VIETNAM 1965-1973: The Antiwar Movement in America. NY: The Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, 1988.
Catalog from a show at Hunter College of The City University of New York. Includes photos from the exhibit, checklist of exhibit items of fine art, posters, documentary films, buttons & clothing, pamphlets & newspapers. Organized, & with an essay, by Berger.

354. BERGER, Thomas see the periodical AMERICAN REVIEW 25.
Includes the short story 'The Achievement of Dr. Poon' by Thomas Berger.

355. BERGERUD, Eric M. RED THUNDER, TROPIC LIGHTNING: The World of a Combat Division in Vietnam. NY: Penguin, 1994.
Graphically reveals “the world confronted by an American combat division...including...climate, living conditions, deadly combat, & morale,'' & catalyzes his text with the unvarnished stories of combat veterans. Focuses on the 25th Division; nicknamed “Tropic Lightning.''

356. BERGMAN, Arlene, see Arlene Eisen-Bergman.

357. BERGOT. MOURIR AU LAOS.

358. BERGOT, Erwan. THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION. NY: Charter, 1975.

359. BERLANDT, Herman & Neeli Cherkovski (eds). PEACE OR PERISH: A Crisis Anthology. SF: Poets for Peace, 1983.
Includes Viet Nam War-related poems: 'Manhood' by Jerry Bass, 'Guerilla Children' by V.R. Cerenio, 'White Fire' by Jack Mueller, 'Vietnam #1' by Jack Norris & David Palmer's 'About the Latest Fascist Revival'.

360. BERMAN, Bud. LET'S TALK ABOUT VIETNAM: `For Too Long I Have Remained Silent'. Palm Springs: Self-published, 1967.

361. BERMAN, Larry. LYNDON JOHNSON'S WAR. NY: Norton, 1991.
Excellent summary of policy debate from 1965-1968, also dealing with the enemy number debate, drawing heavily on transcripts of Westmoreland's lawsuit trial against CBS.

362. BERMAN, Larry. PLANNING A TRAGEDY: The Americanization of the War in Vietnam. NY: Norton (1982).
Events in summer of 1965 by America’s best & brightest that led to decision to increase troop commitment in Vietnam.

363. BERNAL, Martin, Paul Foot, Sabby Sagall & Ian Birchall. VIETNAM & TRADE UNIONS. London: Vietnam Solidarity Campaign, ca. 1967.

364. BERRIGAN, Daniel. ABSURD CONVICTIONS, MODEST HOPES. NY: Random House, 1972.

365. BERRIGAN, Daniel. ABSURD CONVICTIONS, MODEST HOPES. NY: Random House, 1972.

366. BERRIGAN, Daniel. AMERICA IS HARD TO FIND: Notes From the Underground & Letters from Danbury Prison. Garden City: Doubleday, 1972.
Essays, poems & letters, some from prison.

367. BERRIGAN, Daniel. CONSEQUENCES; TRUTH AND... NY: Macmillan (1967).
Powerful polemic by this activist priest.

368. BERRIGAN, Daniel. FALSE GODS, REAL MEN. NY: Macmillan (1969).
Many poems regarding the war & his activism.

369. BERRIGAN, Daniel. GO FROM HERE: A Prison Diary. San Francisco: Open Space, 1968.
Reprinted from the <<National Catholic Review>>, but suppressed beause he couldn't get the Church imprimatur. Became the first chapter of <<Night Flight to Hanoi>>. One large sheet, folded to make 13 pages.

370. BERRIGAN, Daniel. LIGHTS ON IN THE HOUSE OF THE DEAD: A Prison Diary. NY: Doubleday, 1974.

371. BERRIGAN, Daniel. NIGHT FLIGHT TO HANOI: War Diary with 11 Poems. NY: Macmillan (1968).
Diary by this antiwar activist, of his journey to Hanoi to aid in release of three fliers, & reflections about America's sordid role in Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

372. BERRIGAN, Daniel. NIGHT FLIGHT TO HANOI: War Diary with 11 Poems. NY: Perennial Library (1971).
Diary of his journey to Hanoi to aid in release of three fliers, & reflections about America's sordid role in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

373. BERRIGAN, Daniel. NO BARS TO MANHOOD. Garden City: Doubleday, 1970.
Personal statement regards his activism & rejection of a fat, complacent America.

374. BERRIGAN, Daniel. PRISON POEMS. (Greensboro): Unicorn Press, 1973.
Berrigan was a member of the Catonsville 9.

375. BERRIGAN, Daniel. THE DARK NIGHT OF RESISTANCE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1971.
Prose, poetry, religion, philosophy, written during the four months the Vietnam War protestor & Jesuit priest was living underground after burning draft files in 1968. Berrigan was one of those, like Martin Luther King, Jr., who was on J. Edgar Hoover’s personal shit list.

376. BERRIGAN, Daniel. THE DARK NIGHT OF RESISTANCE. NY: Bantam, (1972).
Prose, poetry, religion, philosophy, written during the four months the Vietnam War protestor & Jesuit priest was living underground after burning draft files in 1968. Berrigan was one of those, like Martin Luther King, Jr., who was on J. Edgar Hoover’s personal shit list.

377. BERRIGAN, Daniel. THE GEOGRAPHY OF FAITH: Conversations between Daniel Berrigan when Underground, & Robert Coles. Boston: Beacon (1971).

378. BERRIGAN, Daniel, et al. DELIVERED INTO RESISTANCE: Statements of the Catonsville 9-Milwaukee 14. NY/Milwaukee: Catonsville Nine-Milwaukee Fourteen Defense Committee (1969).
Poetry anthology. Includes Daniel Berrigan, William Kunstler, Staughton Lynd. The two groups intentionally destroyed Selective Service files.... Essays & commentary by Lynd, Berrigan, etc. Publication issued by the Catonsville 9 - Milwaukee 14 Defense Committee

379. BERRIGAN, Daniel & Robert Coles. THE GEOGRAPHY OF FAITH: Conversations When Underground. Boston: Beacon Press (1971).

380. BERRIGAN, Daniel & Robert Coles. THE TRIAL OF THE CATONSVILLE NINE. Boston: Beacon Press (1970).
Trial testimony, anti-war poems, commentary, etc., focusing on the lives of these anti-war defendants & the issues involved in taking direct-action against the government.

381. BERRIGAN, Daniel & Robert Coles. TRIAL OF THE CATONSVILLE NINE. Boston: Beacon Press (1970).
Trial testimony, anti-war poems, commentary, etc., focusing on the lives of these anti-war defendants & the issues involved in taking direct-action against the government.

382. BERRIGAN, Daniel see also periodical UNMUZZLED OX.

383. BERRIGAN, Daniel & Thomas Lewis. TRIAL POEMS. Boston: Beacon (1970).
Poetry & paintings from prison by each, respectively.

384. BERRIGAN, Philip. A PUNISHMENT FOR PEACE. NY: Macmillan, 1969.

385. BERRIGAN, Philip. WIDEN THE PRISON GATES: Writing from Jails April 1970 -- December 1972. NY: Touchstone (1973).
Berrigan was arrested for burning draft files & spent 2 1/2 years in prison, charged with conspiracy to kidnap Kissinger & blow up heating systems in D.C. Still seems a worthy caper.

386. BERRIGAN, Philip. WIDEN THE PRISON GATES: Writing from Jails April 1970-December 1972. NY: Simon & Schuster (1973).
Berrigan was arrested for burning draft files & spent 2 1/2 years in prison, charged w/conspiracy to kidnap Kissinger & blow up heating systems in D.C. Still seems a worthy caper.

387. BERRIGAN, Philip. (Daniel Berrigan) PRISON JOURNALS OF A PRIEST REVOLUTIONARY. NY: Ballantine Books, (1917).
Berrigan, along with his brother Daniel, was arrested for napalming draft files & spent 2 1/2 years in prison, charged with conspiracy to kidnap the war criminal Henry Kissinger & blow up heating systems in D.C. Still seems a worthy caper. A Catholic priest also deeply involved in the Civil Rights movement.

388. BERRY, D.C. SAIGON CEMETARY. Athens: Georgia (1972).
Intro by George Garrett. Scarce. <<Newman 641; Pratt p120>>.

389. BERRY, F. Clifton, Jr. SKY SOLDIERS. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Story of the 173rd Airborne. Profusely illustrated.

390. BERRY, F. Clifton, Jr. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Air Cav. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Well-illustrated book (as are others in this series by him) by a knowledgeable writer. The author was a paratrooper & served as operations officer of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade.

391. BERRY, F. Clifton, Jr. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Chargers. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Covers the 7 years the 196th Light Infantry Brigade was in Viet Nam, for which the author served as operations officer. Well-illustrated book (as are others in this series by him) by a knowledgeable writer.

392. BERRY, F. Clifton, Jr. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Gadget Warfare. NY: Bantam, 1988.
The author was a paratrooper & served as operations officer of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade, & has written extensively on military & aerospace topics. Well-illustrated book (as are others in this series by him) by a knowledgeable writer.

393. BERRY, F. Clifton, Jr. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Strike Aircraft. NY: Bantam, 1988.
The author was a paratrooper & served as operations officer of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade, & has written extensively on military & aerospace topics. Well-illustrated book (as are others in this series by him) by a knowledgeable writer.

394. BERRY, John Stevens. THOSE GALLANT MEN: On Trial in Vietnam. (Novato): Presidio (1983).
Stories by a defense lawyer who represented field soldiers charged with various offenses, including a court martial in Viet Nam for a triple agent's murder.

395. BERTON, Pierre (ed). VOICES FROM THE SIXTIES: 22 Views of a Revolutionary Decade. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.
From Ray Bradbury, Malcom X & Lenny Bruce to Paul Anka & Phil Spector, in-depth TV interviews cover topics like the youth revolution, sexual revolution, etc. Includes interview with Marguerite Oswald.

396. BERVAL. KINGDOM OF LAOS.

397. BERZINEC, G. Gregory. EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS TO VIET NAM TO MY SON... np Hollywood, FL?): Self-published, c1968.
Mostly poetry, with a biography of the author's son (who was killed in action), correspondence & reproductions of certificates & medals. The author was a retired Army chaplain.

398. BHANDARI, S.K. VIET-NAM TODAY.

399. BIANCHI, Chuck. BLACK BITCHES DANCING WITH CHARLIE. NY: Pinnacle, 1989.

400. BICH Thuan, et al. THE MOUNTAIN TRAIL: Stories. Hanoi: Viet Nam Women's Union, 1970.

401. BIDERMAN, Bo. LETTERS TO NANETTE. SF: Early Stages (1982).
Novel in letter-format, of a young Berkley man inducted a year before the war greatly expanded in scope.

402. BIDERMAN, Bo. LETTERS TO NANETTE. SF: Early Stages (1982).
Novel, in letter-format, of a young Berkeley man inducted a year before the Vietnam War greatly expanded in scope.

403. BILLAC, Pete. THE LAST MEDAL OF HONOR. NY: Swan, 1990.

404. BILTON, Michael & Kevin Sim. FOUR HOURS IN MY LAI. NY: Viking (1992).

405. BIRACREE, Tom. THE TORCH. NY: Jove, 1983.

406. BISAGNO, Flavio. VIETNAM - WHY?: An American Citizen Looks at the War. Torrance, Ca: Frank Publications (1968).

407. BISCARO, Silvio (ed). VIETNAM MASSACRO. Milano: Societa Editoriale Attualita, 1967.

408. BISHOP, Chris (ed). VIETNAM WAR DIARY 1964-1975.: The Month by Month Experiences of the US Forces. NY: 1990.

409. BITZ, Gregory. WAR HANGOVER. Mpls: Angel Wing Press, 1987.

410. BLACK, Eugene R. ALTERNATIVES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.

411. BLACK, Gavin. A WIND OF DEATH. NY: Popular Library, 1967.

412. BLACKER, Irwin. SEARCH & DESTROY. NY: Random House (1966).
Scarce suspense novel of covert mission into N. Viet Nam. <<Newman 6>>.

413. BLACKER, Irwin. SEARCH & DESTROY. NY: Dell (1967).
Scarce suspense novel of covert mission into N. Viet Nam. <<Newman 6>>.

414. BLACKER, Irwin. VALLEY OF HANOI. London: Cassell (1966).

415. BLACKMAN, Allan. FACE TO FACE WITH YOUR DRAFT BOARD: A Guide to Personal Appearances. Berkeley: 1970.

416. BLACKS & VIETNAM). VIETNAM. No information given.
Produced to convince blacks to oppse the Viet Nam War. Scarce.

417. BLAIR, Cynthia. BATTLE SCARS. NY: Ballantine (1983).

418. BLAKEY, Scott. PRISONER AT WAR: The Survival of Commander Richard A. Stratton. Garden City: Anchor, 1978.
Chronicles Navy A-4 pilot Stratton's six year POW ordeal & that of his wife's holding the family (three sons). He was an He had an anti-war activist sister. Flew from the Ticonderoga & nailed 5 January 1967

419. BLAKEY, Scott. PRISONER AT WAR: The Survival of Commander Richard A. Stratton. London: Penguin, 1979.

420. BLANCHET, M.-Th. LA NAISSANCE DE L'ETAT ASSOCIE DU VIET-NAM. Paris: Editions M.-Th. Genin, ca. 1950.

421. BLANKENSHIP, William D. THE LEAVENWORTH IRREGULARS. Indpls: Bobbs Merrill (1974).
Novel of three Vietnam vets planning to rob an Army payroll. Author's first book.

422. BLANKENSHIP, William D. THE LEAVENWORTH IRREGULARS. NY: Bantam (1975).
Novel of three vets planning to rob an Army payroll.

423. BLATTY, William Peter. THE NINTH CONFIGURATION. NY: Harper & Row (1978).

424. BLAUFARB. COUNTER-INSURGENCY ERA.

425. BLAUFARB, Douglas S. ORGANIZING & MANAGING UNCONVENTIONAL WAR IN LAOS, 1962-1970.

426. BLEIR, Rocky, with Terry O'Neill. FIGHTING BACK. NY: Stein & Day (1980).
Personal account by Viet Nam vet.

427. BLESSE, Frederick C. `CHECK SIX': A Fighter Pilot Looks Back. Mesa: Champlain Fighter Museum Press, 1987.
Two chapters of this account of the author's career are an are about his experience in Viet Nam.

428. BLOCH, Robert. TWILIGHT ZONE: The Movie; A Novel. NY: Warner, 1983.
Includes 'Segment 1: Bill,' by John Landis, with scene occurring in Viet Nam.

429. BLOCK, Lawrence. TWO FOR TANNER. NY: Jove, 1985.

430. BLOCK, Mickey & William Kimball. BEFORE THE DAWN. Canton: Daring, 1978.

431. BLOODWORTH, Dennis. AN EYE FOR THE DRAGON: Southeast Asia Observed: 1954-1970. NY: Farrar Straus & Giroux (1970).

432. BLOODWORTH, Dennis. ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY. London: Secker & Warburg (1972).

433. BLOODWORTH, Dennis. ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY. NY: FSG, 1972.

434. BLOOMFIELD, Lincoln P. THE UN & VIETNAM. NY: Carnegie Endowment, 1968.

435. BLOOMFIELD, Lincoln P. THE UN & VIETNAM. NY: Carnegie Foundation for International Peace, 1968.

436. BLUM, Albert A. DRAFTED OR DEFERRED: Practices Past & Present.

437. BLY, Robert. LIGHT AROUND THE BODY. NY: Harper & Row (1967).
Outspoken poet against the war. Most poems about the war & effects on US.

438. BLY, Robert. LIGHT AROUND THE BODY. London: Rapp & Whiting, 1968.
Outspoken poet against the war. Most poems about the war & effects on US.

439. BLY, Robert. TEETH MOTHER NAKED AT LAST. (Madison): American Writers Against the Vietnam War/Sixties Press (1970).
This is the true first, preceding the revised City Lights (1971) edition. A scathing denunciation of the American role & the moral decay the war represents.

440. BLY, Robert. THE TEETH MOTHER NAKED AT LAST. SF: City Lights (1970).
Wraps edition of a book first published in 1970 as a fold-out piece, by The Seventies Press. Glowing review by Rexroth. Includes anti-Vietnam War-related poetry.

441. BLY, Robert & David Ray (eds). A POETRY READING AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR. Madison: Sixties Press & American Writers Against the Vietnam War, 1966.
With pieces by e.e. cummings excised (p21-24) &/or blacked out with crayon (his publisher refused permission for reprinting at the last minute; a suitable protest is recorded). Includes Kinnell, Duncan, Ferlinghetti, Simpson, Stafford, Jeffers, I.F. Stone, George Hitchcock, Wright, Creeley, et al. Later editions replaced cummings' poems with those of others.

442. BLY, Robert & David Ray (eds). A POETRY READING AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR. Madison: Sixties Press & American Writers Against the Vietnam War (1967).
Poems by e.e. cummings have been removed from this edition & replaced by those of others (Prevert on page 41; Levertov, Duncan & Twain for pages excised in the first printing).

443. BLY, Robert see also the periodical CHELSEA 24/25.
Includes the 'The Satisfaction of Vietnam: A Play in 8 Scenes' by Bly.

444. BOALT HALL ACTION COMMITTEE. A HANDBOOK ON THE WAR IN ASIA.

445. BOATMAN, Alan. COMRADES IN ARMS. NY: Harper & Row (1974).

446. BODARD, Lucien. QUICKSAND WAR: Prelude to Vietnam. Boston: Little, Brown (1967).
Chronicles French involvement in Indochina from 1946 to 1950.

447. BODEY, Donald. F.N.G. NY: Viking (1985).
Author's hard-hitting first novel, a grunt's eye-view of combat, from Fucking New Guy (F.N.G.) to vet. <<Newman 311>>.

448. BOETTCHER, Thomas D. VIETNAM: The Valor & the Sorrow. Boston: Little Brown (1985).
A popular history of the war from the 40s on, arguing that Kennedy's Harvard men & the media were key reasons for escalation of the war. Boettcher served as an Air Force press liaison 1968-69.

449. BOETTIGER, John R. (ed). VIETNAM & AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY. Lexington: D.C. Heath (1968)

450. BOGRAD, Larry. TRAVELERS. NY: Lippincott, 1986.
Young adult fiction.

451. BOLAR, L.J. QUARTERMASTER RANGERS. NY: Vantage (1993).
Novel of three young men, childhood friends from the urban jungle of East Oakland, who set out on an unauthorized mission of their own to raid a POW camp. The author is a Viet Nam vet.

452. BONDS, Ray (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR: The Illustrated History of the Conflict in Southeast Asia. NY: Crown, 1979.
Not your typical paper & paste picture book which has flooded the market, the author provides an excellent text, drawing upon a wide range of specialists. Includes an excellent index of names, places & subject matter. A subsequent printing in 1988 added coverage of the Cambodian War.

453. BONDS, Ray (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR: The Illustrated History of the Conflict in Southeast Asia. NY: Military Press, 1988.
Not your typical paper & paste picture book which has flooded the market, the author provides an excellent text, drawing upon a wide range of specialists.

454. BONE, Robert. C. CONTEMPORARY SOUTHEAST ASIA.

455. BONI, John. NATIONAL LAMPOON: The Paperback Conspiracy. Warner Paperback Library, 1974.
Includes the Viet Nam War Soap Opera, <<As the Monk Burns.>>

456. BONIOR, David E., Steven M. Champlin & Timothy Kolly. THE VIETNAM VETERAN: A History of Neglect. NY: Praeger, 1984.
Argues that institutional energies are focused on the ideology & morality of the war & ignoring the plight of the individual vet. Bonior is a member of the US Senate & served stateside during the war.

457. BONNECARRERE, Paul. PAR LE SANG VERSE. Paris: Fayard (1968).
French Foreign Legion in Vietnam.

458. BONOSKY, Phillip. BEYOND THE BORDERS OF THE MYTH/FROM VILNIUS TO HANOI. NY: Praxis, 1967.
Comparison of Communist Viet Nam with <<free>> Lithuania. Interesting, if dated, perspective. Scarce.

459. BORDES, L.A. LE PALUDISME EN INDOCHINE (Historique, Epiedemiologie Etat Actuel de la Lutte Antipalustre). Hanoi: Imprimerie D'Extreme-Orient, 1931.

460. BORSODI, Ralph. THE CHALLENGE OF ASIA: A Study of Conflicting Ideas & Ideals. Melbourne, FL, Melbourne University (1956).
By the author of <<Flight From the City>>, <<This Ugly Civilization>>, etc. Borsodi considered Asia more important than the Soviet Union in the determination of a free or communist world.

461. BORTON, Lady. SENSING THE ENEMY: An American Woman Among the Boat People of Vietnam. NY: Dial, 1984.
Borton was an American Friends volunteer who worked at the AFSC hospital in Quang Ngai & later with Vietnamese boat people in Malaysia.

462. BOS, Ben. HET IJZEREN WIEL: Gedichten in Verband met Vietnam. Den Haag: Bert Bakker, 1973.

463. BOSGRA, S.J. & R.R. Eijbersen (eds). DE KWESTIE VIETNAM: Feiten en Achtergronden. Amsterdam: Polak & Van Gennep, 1966.

464. BOSHIER, R., et al, editorial committee. INTERVENTION IN VIETNAM. Wellington, Australia: The Committee on Vietnam, 1965.

465. BOSILJEVAC, T.L. SEALS: UTD/Seal Operations in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1991.
A history of the SEALs in Viet Nam written by an officer who served in SEAL commands.

466. BOSLEY, Keith (ed). THE WAR WIFE: Vietnamese Poetry. London: Allison & Busby (1972).
Poetry from 18th-20th century translated by Bosley.

467. BOSSE, Malcolm. INCIDENT AT NAHA. NY: Simon & Schuster (1972).
Mystery set in NY, of a murder to cover up a My Lai-like incident in Viet Nam. Bosse lived & traveled extensively in the Far East. <<Newman 105; Hubin p43>>.

468. BOSSE, Malcolm. JOURNEY OF TAO KIM NAM. Garden City: Doubleday, 1959.
Very early important novel of the ongoing war in Indochina. Bosse served in the Merchant Marine, Army & the Navy. Uncommon early novel. Not in Newman. Pratt p127.

469. BOSSE, Malcolm. JOURNEY OF TAO KIM NAM. London: Frederick Mueller (1960).

470. BOSSE, Malcolm. MAN WHO LOVED ZOOS. NY: Putnam, 1974.

471. BOSSE, Malcolm. STRICKEN. NY: Dell (1974).

472. BOSTON GLOBE. THE WAR IN VIETNAM.

473. BOSTON GLOBE. THE WAR IN VIETNAM. Boston: 1967.
Reprint of editorials appearing in the 'Boston Globe' May 29 through June 3, 1967.

474. BOSWELL, Robert. DANCING IN THE MOVIES. Iowa City: U of Iowa, 1986.
Short stories. His first book.

475. BOTTOMLY, Colonel Heath. PRODIGAL FATHER: A Fighter Pilot Finds Peace in the Wake of his Destruction. Glendale: Regal (1975).
A maverick fighter pilot who converts to Christianity. Uncommon title. Intro by Gen. George S. Brown, then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

476. BOULLE, Pierre. EARS OF THE JUNGLE. NY: Vanguard (1972).
Novel of the war, by French writer who lived in SE Asia. Uncommon in the first edition.Newman 106. Pratt 121.

477. BOULLE, Pierre. LES OREILLES DI JUNGLE. Paris: Flammarion (1972).

478. BOULLE, Pierre. MY OWN RIVER KWAI. NY: Vanguard (1966).

479. BOULLE, Pierre. THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN. NY: Bantam, 1967.
Reissue of a novel first published in the US by Vanguard in 1958, about `a new kind of war in Southeast Asia'. <<Willson>>.

480. BOULLE, Pierre. THE VIRTUES OF HELL. NY: Vanguard, 1974.

481. BOURNE, Peter G. MEN, STRESS, & VIETNAM. Boston: Little Brown (1970).

482. BOUSCAREN, Anthony T. ALL QUIET ON THE EASTERN FRONT: The Death of South Vietnam. Devin-Adair (1977).

483. BOUSCAREN, Anthony T. THE LAST OF THE MANDARINS: Diem of Vietnam. Pittsburgh: Duquesne U, 1965.

484. BOWMAN, John S. (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR: An Almanac. NY: World Almanac (1985).
A basic compendium of information on the war.

485. BOYD, Candy Dawson. CHARLIE PIPPIN. NY: Macmillan, 1987.

486. BOYD, Malcolm. MY FELLOW AMERICANS. NY: HRW (1970).

487. BOYD, William. ON THE YANKEE STATION. NY: Morrow, 1984.
Collection of stories. Title story is set on a ship off Viet Nam coast -- an enlisted Navy man harbors hatred for a bully pilot. <<Newman 572>>.

488. BOYER, Jay. AS FAR AWAY AS CHINA. Fort Collins: Pratt, 1989.
Novel of an Air Force pilot, set in the early 70s, whose Viet Nam experiences haunt him & contribute to the failure of his marriage.

489. BOYER, Rick. THE DAISY DUCKS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1986.
A Doc Adams novel, with Viet Nam war tie-in.

490. BOYER, Rick. THE DAISY DUCKS. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1986.
A `Doc Adams' mystery concerning a group of commandos, who worked together in Viet Nam, taking on rogue elements of their former group. Not in Newman or Willson.

491. BOYLE, Kay. LOST DOGS OF PHNOM PENH.

492. BOYLE, Richard. FLOWER OF THE DRAGON: The Breakdown of the U.S. Army in Vietnam. SF: Ramparts (1972).
Gutsy, grubby portrait of the grunts on the battlefield, showing the decay & self-destruction.

493. BOYLE, Richard. FLOWER OF THE DRAGON: The Breakdown of the U.S. Army in Vietnam. SF: Ramparts (1972).
Gutsy, grubby portrait of the grunts on the battlefield, showing the decay & self-destruction.

494. BOYLE, Richard T. REVOLTS: The Breakdown of the US Army in Vietnam. SF: United Front Press (1973).
Mostly composed of excerpts from his book 'Flower of the Dragon'.

495. BOYNE, Walter & Steven L. Thompson. WILD BLUE. NY: Crown (1986).
Sweeping novel of the Air Force, 1947 to the present, partly set in 60s Viet Nam. <<Newman 343>>.

496. BOZEK, D.A. ARTILLERY MEDIC IN VIETNAM. NY: Vantage (1971).

497. BRACE, Ernest C. A CODE TO KEEP: The True Story of America's Longest-Held Civilian Prisoner of War. NY: St. Martins (1988).
Brace was dishonorably discharged from the Marines, imprisoned while flying CIA missions, & respected by POWs for keeping the military code of conduct.

498. BRACKMAN, Arnold C. SOUTHEAST ASIA'S SECOND FRONT: The Power Struggle in the Malay Archipelago. NY: Praeger, (1966).
Assessment of Indonesia's "crush Malaysia" campaign, the Brunei revolt, Manila's claim to North Borneo, racial tensions between Chinese & Malays, particularly in light of the war in Vietnam. The author also wrote <<Indonesian Communism>>.

499. BRADFORD, John S. SOLDIER OF FORTUNE # 16: Faded Tattoos. NY: Tor, 1988.
Post-war Viet Nam, involving a POW.

500. BRAESTRUP, Peter. BIG STORY: How the American Press & Television Reported & Interpreted the Crisis of TET 1968 in Vietnam & Washington. NY: Doubleday, 1978.
Abridged one volume edition of the original 2 volume work published by Westview Press in 1977.

501. BRAESTRUP, Peter. BIG STORY: How the American Press & Television Reported & Interpreted the Crisis of TET 1968 in Vietnam & Washington. Westview, 1977.

502. BRANDON, Heather. CASUALTIES: Death in Vietnam, Anguish & Survival in America. NY: St. Martin's (1984).
Thirty-nine oral histories from the families & loved ones of soldiers who died in Viet Nam.

503. BRANDON, Henry. ANATOMY OF AN ERROR: The Secret History of the Vietnam War. Boston: Gambit, 1969.

504. BRANDON, Henry. ANATOMY OF AN ERROR: The Secret History of the Vietnam War. London: Andre Deutsch (1970).

505. BRANFMAN, Fred (ed). VOICES FROM THE PLAIN OF JARS: Life Under an Airwar. NY: Harper (1972).
Oral history of Laotians, describing the bombings of Laos; includes their artwork.

506. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #1: Chopper Pilot. NY: Popular (1989).

507. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #2: The Wild Weasels. NY: Popular (1989).

508. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #3: Linebacker. NY: Popular (1989).

509. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #4: Carrier War. NY: Popular (1990).

510. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #5: Bird Dog. NY: Popular (1990).

511. BRANIGAN, Cat. WINGS OVER NAM #6: Eagle Eye. NY: Popular (1990).

512. BRASS, Alister. BLEEDING EARTH: A Doctor Looks At Vietnam. Melbourn: Heinemann (1968).
Uncommon.

513. BRAUN, Rex. SOLDIERS' GIRL. N. Hollywood: Sexplicit Library, 1984.
Pornography. The last five chapters se in Viet Nam during the war.

514. BREAKSTONE, Sharon, et al. FRONT LINES: Soldiers' Writings from Vietnam. Cambridge: Indochina Curriculum Group (1975).

515. BREAKSTONE, Sharon, et al. THE COMING OF THE STRANGERS. Cambridge: Indochina Curriculum Group, 1974.
Story of the colonization of a mythical country, designed as a sort of anti-imperialist textbook, with questions ending each chapter.

516. BREDES, Don. MULDOON. NY: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1982.

517. BRELIS, Dean & Jill Krementz. THE FACE OF SOUTH VIETNAM. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
Black & white photo book, about half the book featuring photos by Jill Krementz ( her first book appearance) combined with 112 pages of text. Anti-war in tone.

518. BRENDE, J.O. & E.R. Parson. VIETNAM VETERANS: The Road to Recovery. NY: Plenum (1985).
The difficult path of recovery, including a section of stories with personal histories.

519. BRENDE, Joel Osler & Erwin Randolph Parson. VIETNAM VETERANS: The Road to Recovery. NY: Plenum, 1985.
About post-traumatic stress disorder. Both authors work with vets with this disorder & Dr. Parson served as Regional Manager of the VA's Vietnam Veteran's Readjustment Counseling Program when this book was written.

520. BRENDE, Joel Osler & Erwin Randolph Parson. VIETNAM VETERANS: The Road to Recovery. NY: Signet, 1986.
About post-traumatic stress disorder. Both authors work with vets with this disorder & Dr. Parson served as Regional Manager of the VA's Vietnam Veteran's Readjustment Counseling Program when this book was written.

521. BRENNAN, Matthew. BRENNAN'S WAR: Vietnam 1965-69. Novato: Presidio (1985).
A lieutenant's memoirs of 1965-1969, 39 months of combat as a 'Headhunter.' Brennan flew over 400 helicopter assaults with the First Air Cavalry Division reconnaisance squadron in Vietnam & later became a conscientious objector & Harvard grad. Written with sensitivity & ambivilence of hindsight.

522. BRENNAN, Matthew. BRENNAN'S WAR: Vietnam 1965-69. Novato: Presidio (1985).
A lieutenant's memoirs of 1965-1969, 39 months of combat as a 'Headhunter.' Brennan flew over 400 helicopter assaults with the First Air Cavalry Division reconnaissance squadron in Vietnam & later became a conscientious objector & Harvard grad. Written with sensitivity & ambivalence of hindsight.

523. BRENNAN, Matthew (ed). HEADHUNTERS: Stories from the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, in Vietnam 1965-1971. Novato: Pesidio (1987).
27 first-hand accounts, stories & memoirs, of action at Ia Drang, Khe Sahn, Binh Dinh, Quang Tri, etc.

524. BRENNAN, Matthew (ed). HUNTER KILLER SQUADRON: Aero-Weapons, Aero-Scouts, Aero-Rifles; Vietnam, 1965-1972. (Novato): Presidio (1990).
Brennan flew over 400 helicopter assaults & later became a conscientious objector. He also edited <<Headhunders>>, stories of the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry.

525. BRENT, Jonathan (ed). THE BEST OF TRIQUARTERLY. NY: Washington Square, 1982.
Short stories, includes Robert Chatain & Larry Heinemann ('The First Clean Fact').

526. BREWIN, Bob & Sydney Shaw. VIETNAM ON TRIAL: Westmoreland vs. CBS. NY: Atheneum, 1987.

527. BREWIN, Bob & Sydney Shaw. VIETNAM ON TRIAL: Westmoreland vs. CBS. NY: Atheneum, 1987.

528. BRIAND, Rena. NO TEARS TO FLOW: Woman at War. Melbourne & London: Heinemann (1969).
Her experiences as a freelance journalist/photographer in Viet Nam.

529. BRIAND, Rena. THE WAIFS. Melbourne: Phuong-Hoang (1973).
A woman's efforts to arrange for adoption of Vietnamese war orphans & the bureaucratic obstacles. Powerful personal statement, suffused with anger & bitterness because of 'conniving politicians, hypocritical church leaders, racist social workers & the phony 'charitables' of Toorak.' Apparently self-published.

530. BRIGGS, Joe Bob. JOE BOB BRIGGS GOES BACK TO THE DRIVE-IN. NY: Delacorte (1990).
Joe Bob's very unique take on the celluloids, including one Vietnam-related piece <<All Choked Up Over `Rambo'>>. No hardback edition was issued.

531. BRIGGS, Joe Bob. JOE BOB BRIGGS GOES BACK TO THE DRIVE-IN. NY: Delacorte (1990).
Joe Bob's very unique take on the celluloids, including one Vietnam-related piece <<All Choked Up Over `Rambo'>>. No hardback edition was issued.

532. BRILEY, John. THE TRAITORS. NY: Putnam (1969).
Newman 64. Pratt p122,142.

533. BRILEY, John. THE TRAITORS. NY: Eagle/Popular Library (1969).
Newman 64. Pratt p122,142.

534. BRINKER, William J. (ed). A TIME FOR LOOKING BACK: Putnam County Veterans, Their Families & the Vietnam War. Tennessee Technological U, 1992.
This book is based on 49 tape recorded interviews with vets in this Tennessee county during 1989 & 1990, funded with a grant from the Tennessee Humanities Council which gets primary support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

535. BRITTON, Christoper. PAYBACKS.

536. BRITTON, Christopher. PAYBACKS. NY: Donald Fine (1985).
Author's first book, novel of a drill instructor's court martial for killing a Marine recruit. By a former Marine officer in Viet Nam & defense lawyer. <<Not in Newman>>.

537. BRODEUR, Paul. THE STUNT MAN. London: Bodley Head (1970).

538. BRODEUR, Paul. THE STUNT MAN. NY: Atheneum, 1970.

539. BRODEUR, Paul. THE STUNT MAN. NY: Ballantine, 1980.

540. BRODINE, Virginia & Mark Selden. OPEN SECRET: THE KISSINGER-NIXON DOCTRINE IN ASIA NY: Perennial Library (1972).

541. BROEKMEIJER, M.W.J.M. SOUTH VIETNAM, VICTIM OF MISUNDERSTANDING. Bilthoven, Holland: H. Nelissen (1967).

542. BROMLEY, Dorothy Dunbar. WASHINGTON & VIETNAM: An Examination of the Moral & Political Issues.

543. BRONER, E.M. JOURNAL/ NOCTURNAL & SEVEN STORIES. NY: Harcourt Brace & World (1968).
A diary kept by a woman during an adulturous affair, encompasses `the War in Viet Nam' & the smaller wars we wage.

544. BROOKE, Dinah. DEATH GAMES. NY: HBJ (1976).
Published in Britain under the title `Games of Love & War.' <<Newman 154>>.

545. BROOKE, Joshua. JUST A LITTLE INCONVENIENCE. NY: Dell, 1978.

546. BROSSARD, Chandler. WAKE UP, WE'RE ALMOST THERE. NY: Baron, 1971.
Absurdist action, with sections set partly in Saigon during the war involving a black homosexual infantryman & a Cherokee joining the Viet Cong. By the author of <<Who Walk in Darkness>>, (Which is said to be the first `Beat' novel &, in France, the first American existential novel). <<Newman 87>>.

547. BROUGHTON, Jack. GOING DOWNTOWN: The War Against Hanoi & Washington. NY: Orion (1988).
Criticism of tactics & strategy in Viet Nam by a Korean War fighter pilot & leader of the Thunderbirds. Intro by Tom Wolfe.

548. BROUGHTON, Jack. THUD RIDGE.

549. BROUGHTON, Jack. THUD RIDGE. Phila: Lippincott (1969).
Fighter pilots in Viet Nam. `Thud Ridge' was the hills leading into Hanoi that the F-105 Thunderchief, called the `Thud,' flew along. Possibly the best book of its genre.

550. BROUGHTON, Jack. THUD RIDGE.

551. BROUGHTON, T. Alan. HOB'S DAUGHTER. NY: Morrow (1984).
A mid-40s sculptor tells the story of her years maturing through the Viet Nam war, riots, political assinations, etc -- violence which has also intruded upon her private life.

552. BROUN, Anthony. WAR & THE MAN-LOVERS. (NP): Master Classic (nd).
Gay erotica with a Viet Nam setting. Probably mid-70s. Not in Newman.

553. BROWN, D.F. RETURNING FIRE. San Francisco Univ. Press, 1984.

554. BROWN, F.C. DELTA ADVISOR: The War at the Rice Roots Level, Chau Doc, Vietnam 1969-70. Bennington: Merrian Press, 1990.
The title is a log of one of two of the author's tours as a team member in the Military Provincial Health Assistance Program. Includes notes & epilogue.

555. BROWN, F.C. POW/MIA INDOCHINA 1861-1991. Hamilton TWP: Rice Paddy Press, 1991.
Annotated bibliography of 300+ nonfiction works about prisoners of war, MIAs, including coverage of collaborators, turncoats, defectors, & deserters in SE Asia.

556. BROWN, Fred Leo. CALL ME NO NAME. NY: Vantage (1973).
Letters home from a GI in Viet Nam. Scarce.

557. BROWN, Herschel & Novak. VIETNAM: Crisis of Conscience.

558. BROWN, Holmes & Don Luce. HOSTAGES OF THE WAR: Saigon's Political Prisoners. Washington: Indochina Mobile Education Project (1973).

559. BROWN, Jim. IF THERE ARE ANY NOAHS. Vancouver, BC: Talonbook, 1967.

560. BROWN, John M.G. RICE PADDY GRUNT. (Lake Bluff): Regnery (1986).
A GI's personal account of two tours in Viet Nam.

561. BROWN, Larry. DIRTY WORK. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1989.

562. BROWN, Larry. DIRTY WORK. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1989.
The author's highly acclaimed second book.

563. BROWN, Larry. DIRTY WORK. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1989.
The author's highly acclaimed second book.

564. BROWN, Robert McAfee, Abraham Heschel & Michael Novak. VIETNAM: Crisis of Conscience. NY: Association (1967).
Personal statements against the war by three religious thinkers.

565. BROWN, Robert McAfee, Abraham Heschel & Michael Novak. VIETNAM: Crisis of Conscience. NY: Association (1967).
Personal statements against the war by three religious thinkers.

566. BROWN, Sam & Len Ackland. WHY ARE WE STILL IN VIETNAM?. NY: Random House, 1970.
Brown helped organize students for Eugene McCarthy & Ackland worked with IVS in Vietnam, then with the Rand Corporation. Includes articles by Jeffrey Record, D. Gareth Porter, Tran Van Dinh, Sen. George McGovern, et al.

567. BROWN, Stuart Gerry. THE PRESIDENCY ON TRIAL: Robert Kennedy's 1968 Campaign & Afterwards.

568. BROWN, Wesley. TRAGIC MAGIC. NY: Random House (1978).
A first novel by this African American highly praised by Baldwin, Barthelme & Reed. About a well-educated ex-con who, as a draft-dodging conscientious objector, chose prison over Viet Nam or Canada. Now he is trying to adjust to a society that has changed radically, along with a few friends like a wounded vet obseessed with John Wayne & his own death & a woman with many emotional scars.

569. BROWNE, Corinne. BODY SHOP: Recuperating from Vietnam. NY: Stein & Day (1973).
Account of amputee vets recuperating in San Francisco's Letterman Hospital, as recorded by the author, with flashbacks to Viet Nam. <<Newman 119, Pratt p148>>.

570. BROWNE, Corinne. CASUALTY: A Memoir of Love & War. NY: Norton (1981).
About a family who built a memorial chapel in New Mexico to their son who died in Viet Nam. <<Pratt p148>>.

571. BROWNE, Malcolm W. THE NEW FACE OF WAR. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill (1965).
Important early report on Viet Cong resistance methods which the US refused to recognize. By an AP reporter, one of the `Young Turks' (with Halberstam & Sheean) slandered by Washington (& many media dupes) for his veracity. He shot perhaps the most famous photo of the war, & received a Pulitzer.

572. BROWNE, Malcolm W. THE NEW FACE OF WAR. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill (1965).
Important early report on Viet Cong resistance methods which the US refused to recognize.

573. BROWNE, Malcom W. NEW FACE OF WAR: A Report on A Communist Guerilla Campaign. London: Cassell (1965).

574. BROWNE, Robert S. THE CIVIL WAR IN VIETNAM. NY: Turn Toward Peace, ca. 1964.

575. BROYLES, William, Jr. BROTHERS IN ARMS: A Journey From War to Peace. NY: Knopf, 1986.
By a Marine platoon commander who returned, as Newsweek Editor-in-Chief, to Viet Nam in 15 years later to find meaning for his experience.

576. BROYLES, William see also periodical ATLANTIC MONTHLY, April 1985.
Includes 'A Veteran's Return to Vietnam'.

577. BRUCHAC, Joseph. SONGS FROM THI6 EARTH ON TURTLE'S BACK: Contemporary American Indian Poetry. Greenfield Center: Greenfield Review, 1983.
Includes 'poem for viet nam' by Ray A. Young Bear.

578. BRUNNER, John. FROM THIS DAY FORWARD. NY: Daw, 1973.
Short stories, including 'The Inception of the Epoch of Mrs. Bedonebyasyoudid'.

579. BRUNNER, John see also the periodical ANALOG, Vol 91, #1.
Includes the short story 'Who Steals My Purse' by John Brunner.

580. BRYAN, C.D.B. FRIENDLY FIRE. NY: Putnam (1976).
Account of an Iowa farm family--their grief, anger & subsequent estrangement from their community when they are investigated by the FBI when they challenge the government's claim of the circumstances of their son's death, & begin to protest the war (using the Army's gratuity check to place an anti-war ad in the Des Moines Register). Later the basis for a TV drama. Pratt p118.

581. BRYAN, C.D.B. FRIENDLY FIRE.

582. BRYAN, John. THIS SOLDIER STILL AT WAR. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1975).
Story of Joe Remiro, a Viet Nam vet who joined the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA). Remiro remains in prison today.

583. BRYAN, John. THIS SOLDIER STILL AT WAR. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1975).
Story of Joe Remiro, a Viet Nam veteran who joined up with the Symbionese Liberation Army. Remiro remains in prison today.

584. BUCHANAN, Jack. M.I.A. HUNTER (#1.) (NY): Jove (1985).
First volume in a thriller series. “He brings back America’s forgotten men from their hell on earth.” Former Green Beret Mark Stone returns to Nam to save his long-lost love, an army nurse being held by a (surprise!) sadistic North Vietnamese warlord. He has muscles, the jungles are steaming, & we suspect she has large boobs.<<Not in Newman>>.

585. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #2: Cambodian Hellhole. (NY): Jove (1985).

586. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #3: Hanoi Deathgrip. (NY): Jove, 1985.

587. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #4: Mountain Massacre. (NY): Jove, 1985.

588. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #5: Exodus From Hell. (NY): Jove, 1986.

589. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #6: Blood Storm. (NY): Jove, 1986.

590. BUCHANAN, Jack. MIA HUNTER #7: Saigon Slaughter. (NY): Jove, 1987.

591. BUCHANAN, Jack. STONE: MIA HUNTER -- Back to 'Nam. NY: Jove, 1990.

592. BUCHANAN, Jack. STONE: MIA Hunter -- Crossfire Kill. NY: Jove (1989).
The 11th volume in the thriller series.

593. BUCK, Tim, Rae Murphy & Maurice Rush. VIETNAM EYEWITNESS REPORT. Toronto: Communist Party of Canada, 1966.

594. BUCKLEY, William F. TUCKERS LAST STAND. NY: Random House (1990).
A `Blackford Oakes' novel, he being sent by the CIA to single-handedly stop North Viet Nam infiltration into South Viet Nam.

595. BUFANO, Beniamino. WE ARE ALL MURDERERS. San Francisco: Self Published, 1968.

596. BUI DIEM. See also BUY DIEM.

597. BUI Diem w/David Chanoff. IN THE JAWS OF HISTORY. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987.

598. BULTINCK, John, Bruno de Roeck, Jef Turf & Piet Reckman. VIETNAM. St. Andres, Belgium: Self-published, ca. 1967.
Anti-war writings from a Christian perspective.

599. BUNCH, Chris & Allan Cole. A RECKONING FOR KINGS. NY: Atheneum, 1987.
Novel of Tet offensive viewed from both sides, written by a former CIA agent & a former Ranger, best known now for their fantasy novels. <<Newman 382>>.

600. BUNDY, William C. THE PATH OF VIETNAM: A Lesson in Involvement.
Text of an address given at the National Student Association convention 8/15/67.

601. BUNTING, Eve. THE WALL.

602. BUNTING, Josiah. LIONHEADS. NY: Braziller (1972).
One of the first crtical novels of US conduct of the war, by an infantry major. <<Newman 107>>.

603. BUNTING, Josiah. LIONHEADS. London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973.

604. BUNTING, Josiah III. THE ADVENT OF FREDERICK GILES. Boston: Little, Brown, 1974.

605. BUNTING, Josiah III. THE ADVENT OF FREDERICK GILES. NY: Ballantine, 1975.

606. BUONNANO, C. BEYOND THE FLAG. NY: Leisure (1981).

607. BURCHETT, Wilfred. AT THE BARRICADES: Forty Years on the Cutting Edge of History. (NY): Times Books (1981).

608. BURCHETT, Wilfred. AT THE BARRICADES: Forty Years on the Cutting Edge of History. (NY): Times Books (1981).

609. BURCHETT, Wilfred. CATAPULT TO FREEDOM. NY: Quartet (1978).

610. BURCHETT, Wilfred. EYE-WITNESS IN VIETNAM. England.

611. BURCHETT, Wilfred. GRASSHOPPERS & ELEPHANTS: Why Vietnam Fell. NY: Urizen (1977).
Viet Cong perspective of the last 55 days of the war.

612. BURCHETT, Wilfred. GRASSHOPPERS & ELEPHANTS: Why Vietnam Fell. NY: Urizen (1977).
Viet Cong perspective of the last 55 days of the war.

613. BURCHETT, Wilfred. HO CHI MINH: An Appreciation. (NY): Wilfred Burchett Fund in Association with the Guardian (1972).

614. BURCHETT, Wilfred. MEKONG UPSTREAM. Hanoi: Red River Publishing House, 1957.
First person descriptive history. A rare portrait of Cambodia & Laos by the most prominent left-wing journalist of the era: `Imperialism on the Mekong is doomed to founder: those who insist on clinging to its wreckage will be swept downstream into oblivion'.

615. BURCHETT, Wilfred. MY VISIT TO THE LIBERATED ZONES OF SOUTH VIETNAM. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1966.

616. BURCHETT, Wilfred. MY VISIT TO THE LIBERATED ZONES OF SOUTH VIETNAM. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1966.

617. BURCHETT, Wilfred. THE CHINA-CAMBODIA-VIETNAM TRIANGLE. Chicago & London: Vanguard Books/Zed Press (1981).

618. BURCHETT, Wilfred. THE FURTIVE WAR: The United States in Vietnam & Laos. NY: International (1963).

619. BURCHETT, Wilfred. THE FURTIVE WAR: The United States in Vietnam & Laos. NY: International (1963).

620. BURCHETT, Wilfred. THE SECOND INDOCHINA WAR: Cambodia & Laos. NY: International (1970).

621. BURCHETT, Wilfred. THIS MONSTROUS WAR. Melbourne: Joseph Waters (1953).

622. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM: Inside Story of the Guerilla War. NY: International (1965).
Account of his time with the NLF in 1963.

623. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM: Inside Story of the Guerilla War. NY: International (1965).
Account of his time with the NLF in 1963, `by the only Western writer to travel throughout the areas held by the National Liberation Front.'

624. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM: Inside Story of the Guerilla War. NY: International (1965).
Account of his time with the NLF in 1963, `by the only Western writer to travel throughout the areas held by the National Liberation Front.'

625. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM NORTH. NY: International (1966).

626. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM NORTH: A First Hand Report. NY: International (1966).
First hand report & views by this famous war correspondent.

627. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM NORTH: A First Hand Report. NY: International (1966,67).
First hand report & views by this famous war correspondent.

628. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM WILL WIN! NY: Guardian, 1970.
Illustrated story, a result of interviews/exchanges behind the lines.

629. BURCHETT, Wilfred. VIETNAM WILL WIN! NY: Guardian, 1970.
Illustrated story, a result of interviews/exchanges behind the lines.

630. BURCHETT, Wilfred. WHO CONTROLS VIETNAM?. Chicago: SDS, 1968.

631. BURDICK, Eugene. A ROLE IN MANILA. NY: NAL (1966).

632. BURES, Oldrich. THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF JOURNALISTS & VIETNAM.

633. BURKE, James Lee. NEON RAIN. NY: Henry Holt, 1987.
A portion of this mystery novel deals with the My Lai massacre in Vietnam.

634. BURKE, James Lee. NEON RAIN.

635. BURKE, James Lee. NEON RAIN. NY: Pocket, 1988.
A portion of this mystery novel deals with the My Lai massacre.

636. BURKE, Martyn. LAUGHING WAR. Garden City: Doubleday, 1980.
Author's first book, a dark comedy about a comic in Viet Nam. Lopez calls this one of the scarcer titles of the early 80s & listed at 65. smackers in 1990. <<Newman 201>>.

637. BURKE, Roger. THE LAST COWBOY. Kennewick: Great Northern Book Co., 1989.

638. BURKE, Tracey & Mimi Gleason. THE TET OFFENSIVE, January-April, 1968. NY: Gallery, 1988.
Organized picture book with brief text. Includes sections on Hue, Saigon, Khe Sanh, etc, of the offensive that finally gave the lie to all the military heads that were stuck up their tunnels.

639. BURLING, Robbins. HILL FARMS & PADI FIELDS: Life in Mainland Southeast Asia. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall (1965).
Burma, Thailand & Vietnam: “...the contrast between hill & plains peoples, the Chinese & Indian influences which stimulated Southeast Asian civilization, the conflicts between immigrant & native-born. These forces have not only directed the region's history, but continue to shape modern-day Southeast Asia.”

640. BURNHAM, James. THE WAR WE ARE IN: The Last Decade & the Next.

641. BURNHAM, James. THE WAR WE ARE IN: The Last Decade & the Next.

642. BURNS. WARS IN VIETNAM, CAMBODIA & LAOS.

643. BURNS, 1Lt John C. (ed). 1969: VIETNAM.The U.S. 25th Infantry Division. No Place: Tropic Lightning Association, ca.1970.

644. BURNS, Lester & Richard Dean Burns. AMERICA & THE INDOCHINA WARS, 1945-1990: A Bibliographical Guide. Claremont: Regina, 1992.
Supplement to the two earlier volumes by Richard Dean Burns & Milton Leitenberg ('The Vietnam Conflict (1973) & 'The Wars in Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos, 1945-1982: A Bibliographical Guide (1984)), as it emphasizes books, articles & dissertations since 1980.

645. BURSK, Christopher. PLACE OF RESISTANCE. Sparrow Press, 1983.

646. BURTON, D.N. (ed). UNITED STATES SHIP IWO JIMA'S WESTERN PACIFIC CRUISE 1967-68. No information given.

647. BURTON, D.N. (ed). UNITED STATES SHIP IWO JIMA'S WESTERN PACIFIC CRUISE OF 1967-68. (n.p.): American Yearbook, ca 1968.

648. BUSCH, Frederick. CLOSING ARGUMENTS. NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1991.
A dramatic story, with flashbacks to the narrator's POW experience in Viet Nam. A stunning story of a murder & a Viet Nam vet lawyer defending a young woman suspect. As `densely textured as Faulkner & as readable as Chandler,' one of the `25 Best' books of the war, according to <<Firsts>> magazine.

649. BUSCH, Frederick. CLOSING ARGUMENTS. NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1991.
A dramatic story, with flashbacks to the narrator's POW experience in Viet Nam. A stunning story of a murder & a Viet Nam vet lawyer defending a young woman suspect. As `densely textured as Faulkner & as readable as Chandler,' one of the `25 Best' books of the Vietnam War, according to <<Firsts>> magazine.

650. BUTLER, David. THE FALL OF SAIGON. NY: Simon & Schuster (1985).
The hectic last days surrounding this climactic event.

651. BUTLER, James. SONG VAM SAT, RIVER OF DEATH. Reseda: Mojave, 1979.

652. BUTLER, Robert Olen. A GOOD SCENT FROM A STRANGE MOUNTAIN. NY: Henry Holt (1992).
Pulitzer prize-winning collection of stories reflecting the memories & experiences of Viet Nam expatriates in the US.

653. BUTLER, Robert Olen. ALLEYS OF EDEN. NY: Horizon (1981).
Pulitzer prize-winning author's first book, & a 'Firsts' 26 Contenders. Novel of an Army deserter caught in the fall of Saigon. Butler is a veteran who <<has elevated the issues raised by the war to a level of art that is unsurpassed.>> --Ken Lopez, AB Weekly. <<Newman 217>>.

654. BUTLER, Robert Olen. ALLEYS OF EDEN. NY: Ballantine, 1983.
Author's first book, a novel of an Army deserter caught in the fall of Saigon, by a veteran who <<has elevated the issues raised by the war to a level of art that is unsurpassed.>> --Ken Lopez, AB Weekly. <<Newman 217>>.

655. BUTLER, Robert Olen. ON DISTANT GROUND. NY: Knopf, 1985.
A 'Firsts' Top 25; a soldier is faced with court-martial for freeing a prisoner while struggling with the obsession that he fathered a son in Saigon. His fourth novel, & third pertinent to Viet Nam. <<Newman 312>>.

656. BUTLER, Robert Olen. ON DISTANT GROUND. NY: Ballantine, 1985.
A soldier is faced with court-martial for freeing a prisoner while struggling with the obsession that he fathered a son in Saigon. His fourth novel, & third pertinent to Viet Nam. <<Newman 312>>.

657. BUTLER, Robert Olen. SUN DOGS. NY: Horizon (1982).
Author's 2nd book, marginally about Viet Nam: character haunted by a week as a Viet Cong captive.

658. BUTLER, Robert Olen. THE DEUCE. NY: Simon & Schuster (1989).
The life of a boy, the offspring of a GI & Saigon prostitute, growing up on the streets of New York, in a search for his identity. Somewhat scarce, only having sold 1800 copies when issued. The author's fifth novel.

659. BUTLER, Robert Olen. THE DEUCE. NY: Henry Holt, (1993).
Pulitzer Prize winning novel for 1993, originally published in 1989. The life of a boy, the offspring of a GI & Saigon prostitute, growing up on the streets of NY, in a search for his identity. Butler’s author's fifth novel.

660. BUTTERWORTH, W.E. AIR EVAC. NY: Norton (1967).
Young adult novel of combat in Viet Nam. <<Newman 21>>.

661. BUTTERWORTH, W.E. HELICOPTER PILOT. NY: Norton (1967).

662. BUTTERWORTH, W.E. ORDERS TO VIETNAM: A Novel of Helicopter Warfare. Boston: Little, Brown (1968).
Young adult. Heavy-handed paen to the Army. Collector's copies said to be very scarce (Lopez) with virtually all first editions sold to libraries (there was a later printing & bookclub issue). <<Newman 45>>.

663. BUTTERWORTH, W.E. STOP & SEARCH. Boston: Little, Brown (1969).
A Novel of Small Boat Warfare Off Viet Nam. Newman 65.

664. BUTTINGER, Joseph. A DRAGON DEFIANT: A Short History of Vietnam.

665. BUTTINGER, Joseph. A DRAGON DEFIANT: A Short History of Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1972).
Short volume based on lectures.Early classic study, “ full of insight ... with lucidity how Vietnam became & and why it will remain 'a dragon defiant'."

666. BUTTINGER, Joseph. THE SMALLER DRAGON: A Political History of Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1970).
Early classic study.

667. BUTTINGER, Joseph. VIETNAM: A Dragon Embattled.

668. BUTTINGER, Joseph. VIETNAM: A Political History. NY: Praeger (1968).
Condensed edition of his 3-volume history, `The Smaller Dragon' & Vietnam: A Dragon Embattled' with a new concluding chapter.

669. BUTTINGER, Joseph. VIETNAM: A Political History. NY: Praeger (1968).
Condensed edition of his 3-volume history, `The Smaller Dragon' & Vietnam: A Dragon Embattled' with a new concluding chapter.

670. BUTTINGER, Joseph. VIETNAM: Fraud of `The Other War.'

671. BUTTINGER, Joseph. VIETNAM: The Unforgettable Tragedy.

672. BUTWELL, Richard. SOUTHEAST ASIA TODAY--& TOMORROW: Problems of Political Development.

673. BYERLY, Wesley Grimes, Jr. NAM DOC. Vantage Press 1981.

674. BYRD, Barthy. HOME FRONT: Women & Vietnam. Berkeley: Shameless Hussy (1986).

675. c, Jean. THE PRAETORIANS. (NY): Avon (1965).
Sequel to his highly-praised <<The Centurion>> (The French disaster in Viet Nam was repeated in Algeria, & <<The Centurion>> contained battle experiences on both fronts).

676. CADY, John F. SOUTHEAST ASIA: Its Historical Development. NY: McGraw-Hill (1964).

677. CAGLE, Ens Gregory A. (ed). USS CARPENTER DD-825: Western Pacific 1968-1969. No Place: (Printed in Tokyo): USS Carpenter, ca. 1969.

678. CAHILL, Jack. IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE WAR, SWITCH THE DAMN THING OFF! Munson 1980.

679. CAILLOU, Alan. THE GARONSKY MISSLE. NY: Pinnacle, 1967.

680. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS. NY: Zebra (1983).
The paperback adventure series issued in response to the war are an unprecedented phenomenon.

681. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #10: Torturers of Tet (NY): Zebra (1986).

682. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #11: Hollowpoint Hell. (NY): Zebra (1986).

683. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #12: Suicide Squad. (NY): Zebra (1986).

684. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #2: Code Zero: Shots Fired! (NY): Zebra (1984).

685. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #3: Dinky Dau Death. NY: Zebra (1984).

686. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #4: Cherry-Boy Body Bag. (NY): Zebra (1984).

687. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #5: Boonie Rat Body Burning. (NY): Zebra (1984).

688. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #6: DI DI MAU OR DIE. NY: Zebra (1984).

689. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #7: SAC MAU, VICTOR CHARLIE. NY: Zebra (1985).

690. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #8: YOU DIE, DU MA! NY: Zebra (1985).

691. CAIN, Jonathan. SAIGON COMMANDOS #9: MAD MINUTE. NY: Zebra (1985).

692. CAIN, Nicolas. LITTLE SAIGON #2: Death for Sale. NY: Lynx (1989).

693. CAIN, Nicolas. LITTLE SAIGON #3: Street Tricks. NY: Lynx (1989).

694. CAIN, Nicolas. LITTLE SAIGON #4: Off Limits. NY: Lynx, 1989.
Action/adventure.

695. CAIRNCROSS, C.J. THE UNFORGIVEN. Melbourne, Australia: Sun Books (1978).

696. CAIRNS, J.F. THE EAGLE & THE LOTUS: Western Intervention in Vietnam 1847-1968.

697. CAIRNS, J.F. VIETNAM: Is It Truth We Want?. Melbourne: Victorian Branch of the Australian Labor Party (1965).

698. CAL CONSERVATIVES FOR POLITICAL ACTION. HELLO, SUCKER. Berkeley: CAL Conservatives, ca. 1965.
Broadside handed out at an anti-Viet Nam war protest denouncing it as a medicine show, with entertainers to draw in the yokels & pitchmen to sell the snake oil.

699. CALDWELL, Ann Caddell. CUSTOMS & CULTURE OF VIETNAM. No information given.

700. CALDWELL, John C. LET'S VISIT VIETNAM. NY: John Day, 1966.

701. CALDWELL, Lucy. SIN/One Way/Economy Class. Princeton: Caldwell (1976).
Self-published account of four years in Viet Nam, most with the Marines at Da Nang. Intense & unusual story.

702. CALDWELL, Malcolm & Lek Tan. CAMBODIA IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN WAR. NY: Monthly Review (1973).

703. CALIN, Harold. SEARCH & KILL. NY: Belmont Books (1967).
Disjointed story about infantry company near Cambodia.

704. CALMER, Ned. THE ANCHORMAN. NY: Doubleday, 1970.
Novel of a newscaster who becomes head of a major TV network news show in 1968 through unusual circumstances.

705. CAMERON, Allan W. (ed). VIET-NAM CRISIS: A Documentary History, Vol I: 1940-1956.

706. CAMERON, James. HERE IS YOUR ENEMY: James Cameron's Complete Report From North Vietnam. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1966).
Cultural & political documentary by the first Western correspondent admitted to Hanoi. Cameron was a British anti-war journalist. Exclusive interviews with North Viet Nam leaders, including Ho Chi Minh & Pham Van Dong.

707. CAMERON, James. HERE IS YOUR ENEMY: James Cameron's Complete report from North Vietnam. London: Gollanz, 1966.

708. CAMERON, James. WITNESS. London: Gollanz, 1966.
The complete story of his journey to North Viet Nam w/epilogues in China, Russia, America.

709. CAMERON, Lou. THE DRAGON'S SPINE. NY: Avon (1969).
Vietnam sleaze. Two soldiers -- one white, one black -- survive an ambush & hope to get out alive, `if they don't kill each other first.' Newman finds the attempt to tell some of the story from the Montagnard viewpoint of interest. <<Newman 46>>.

710. CAMP, Col R.D. w/Eric HAMMEL. LIMA-6.

711. CAMPBELL, Alex. UNBIND YOUR SONS: The Captivity of America in Asia. NY: Liveright (1970).

712. CAMPBELL, Alex. UNBIND YOUR SONS: The Captivity of America in Asia. NY: Liveright (1970).

713. CAMPBELL, Ewing. RINCON TRIPTYCH. (Fort Worth): Latitudes (1984).

714. CAMPBELL, Harlan. MONKEY ON A CHAIN. NY: Doubleday (1993).
The author's first novel, suspense involving old Viet Nam War buddies. High praise by Jeremiah Healy.

715. CAMPER, Frank. L.R.R.P.

716. CAMPER, Frank. MERC.

717. CAMPER, Frank. SPECIAL OPERATIONS. NY: Dell, 1989.
Action/adventure.

718. CAMPER, Frank. THE MISSION. NY: Manor, 1979.
Action/adventure.

719. CANIFF, Milton. VIETNAM! Field Enterprises/Editions Gilou, 1984.
French language edition of Steve Canyon cartoons, apparently from 1966-68.

720. CANNON, Terry. VIETNAM: A Thousand Years of Struggle. SF: Peoples Press, 1969.

721. CANTWELL, James M. HIWAY NUMBER ONE: A Vietnamese Odyssey in Verse. Smithtown: Exposition (1980).

722. CAO TAN. POEMS. 1977.
The author describes his thoughts & feelings as a refugee in a foreign land. He served in the South Vietnamese army & fled at the end of the war.

723. CAPA, Robert. IMAGES OF WAR.

724. CAPLY, Michel. GUERILLA AU LAOS. Paris: Presses de la Cite (1966)345p.

725. CAPPS, Walter H. THE UNFINISHED WAR: Vietnam 7 the American Conscience.

726. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1977).
Author's first book, about his 16 months as a Marine infantry officer, & later as a journalist, in Viet Nam. One of 'Firsts' top 25.

727. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1977).
Author's first book, about his time as a Marine in Viet Nam & later as a journalist.

728. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1977).

729. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR.

730. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR. NY: Ballantine, 1978.

731. CAPUTO, Philip. A RUMOR OF WAR.
A scarce Variant edition.

732. CAPUTO, Philip. DEL CORSO'S GALLERY. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1983).
Caputo's second novel, of a photojournalist in wars from Viet Nam to Beirut, using graphic war photography as his weapon as he diverges from his mentor. <<Newman 252>>.

733. CAPUTO, Philip. DEL CORSO'S GALLERY. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1983).

734. CAPUTO, Philip. DEL CORSO'S GALLERY. NY: HRW (1983).

735. CAPUTO, Philip. DEL CORSO'S GALLERY. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1983).
Another copy.

736. CAPUTO, Philip. HORN OF AFRICA. NY: (1980).
A novel of mercenaries in Africa.

737. CAPUTO, Philip. HORN OF AFRICA. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1980).
A novel of mercenaries in Africa. SEE LOPEZ 90 FOR GOOD EXPLANATION OF WHY THIS IS LISTED AMONG VIET NAM BOOKS.

738. CAPUTO, Philip. INDIAN COUNTRY. NY: Bantam (1987).

739. CAPUTO, Philip. INDIAN COUNTRY. NY: Bantam (1987).
His third novel, about a vet shattered by his war experience. One of the few novels explicitly tackling post-traumatic stress syndrome in vets.

740. CAPUTO, Philip. MEANS OF ESCAPE: A Memoir. NY: Harper Collins (1991).

741. CARABATSOS, James. HEROES. (NY): Berkley Medallion (1977).

742. CARE, Wayne. VIETNAM SPOOK SHOW. NY: Ivy (1989).

743. CARHART, Tom. THE OFFERING. NY: Morrow (1987).
`A generation offered their lives to America in Vietnam -- One soldier's story'. By a West Point grad who serves in Viet Nam during the worst of the war, commanding a long-range reconnaissance platoon. Later participated in the once-controversial Vietnam Veterans Memorial Campaign.

744. CARHART, Tom. THE OFFERING. NY: Warner (1988).
`A generation offered their lives to America in Vietnam -- One soldier's story'. A personal account by a West Point grad who served in Viet Nam during the worst of the war.

745. CARLISLE, H.C. CHILDREN OF VIETNAM. London: British Medical Aid Committee for Vietnam, ca. 1968.

746. CARLSON, Bo Kage. KONFLIKTERNAS INDOKINA. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell Forlag, 1971.

747. CARLSON, Ens. David,ed. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY, DA NANG 1966-67.

748. CARMICHAEL, Stokely). AFRAMERICAN REPORT Vol 1, #3. Atlanta: Student Ice, Inc., nd.
Total issue consists of a speech by Carmichael at UC Berkeley, with illustrations by Carry Dixon. Carmichael, a former Black Panther, is credited with popularizing the term `Black Power.' <<Page p38>>.

749. CARN, John. SHAW'S VIETNAM. Indpls: Benjamin, 1984.

750. CARN, John Benjamin. VIETNAM BLUES: The Story of a Black Soldier. LA: Holloway House, 1988.

751. CARON, D. Philip. EAGLES & OTHER PREY. Memphis: Volunteer Publications (1989).
Poetry & prose based on the author's experiences as a machine gunner in Viet Nam 1968-69, where he was twice wounded.

752. CAROTHERS, Merlin R. PRISON TO PRAISE. Plainfiled: Logos International, 1970.

753. CARPENTER, E.J. TO SERVE & CRY. NY: Caravelle (1967).
An early Viet Nam combat novel, not in Newman. This book has eluded notice of many bibliographers.

754. CARR, Jess. A CREATURE WAS STIRRING & Other Stories. Radford: Commonwealth, 1970.
Includes the short story 'A Flicker of the Torch,' about an American deserter in Sweden.

755. CARR, Jess. INTRUDER IN THE WIND. Radford: Commonwealth, 1987.
Post-war, about a vet back from the war & hiding in the mountains.

756. CARR, Jess. SHIP RIDE DOWN THE SPRING BRANCH & Other Stories. Durham: Moore, 1978.
Includes the short story 'The Appointment'.

757. CARROLL, Gerry. NO PLACE TO HIDE. NY: Pocket Books (1995).

758. CARROLL, Gerry. NORTH S*A*R: A Novel of Navy Combat Pilots in Vietnam. NY: Pocket Books (1991).

759. CARROLL, Gladys Hasty. THE LIGHT HERE BE KINDLED. Boston: Little Brown, 1967.

760. CARROLL, James. FAULT LINES. Boston: Little Brown (1980).
Novel of draft dodger & anti-war activist whose brother dies in Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman or Pratt>>.

761. CARROLL, James. FAULT LINES. Boston: Little Brown (1980).

762. CARROLL, James. MADONNA RED. Boston: Little, Brown (1976).
Novel of an IRA assassin in the US, involving a Vietnam vet who was a Green Beret, now a Catholic priest.

763. CARROLL, James. MEMORIAL BRIDGE. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1991.

764. CARROLL, James. PRINCE OF PEACE. Boston: Little Brown (1984).
About a priest in Viet Nam. <<Newman 279>>.

765. CARRUTH, Hayden. IF YOU CALL THIS CRY A SONG. Countryman Press, 1974.
Includes the poem <<On Being Asked to Write a Poem Against the War in Vietnam.>>

766. CARTER, Bruce see Periodical WITNESS.
Includes Bruce Carter's 'The Vietnam Series' -- 20 woodcuts with commentary by the artist, including the cover art.

767. CARTER, Nick. APPOINTMENT IN HAIPHONG. NY: Charter, 1982.

768. CARTER, Nick. ASIAN MANTRAP. NY: Charter, 1978.

769. CARTER, Nick. CAMBODIA. NY: Award (1970).
Spy thriller about a secret nationalist movement in Cambodia, antagonistic to both the west & the Vietnamese communists. Not in Newman.

770. CARTER, Nick. HANOI. NY: Award (1966).
A spy thriller. <<Newman 7>>.

771. CARTER, Nick. SAIGON. NY: Award (1966).
SOME CONFUSION ON PTG DATE; WILLSON SEZ 1966.

772. CARTER, Nick. THE CHINESE PAYMASTER. NY: Award, 1967.

773. CARTER, Nick. THE CHINESE PAYMASTER. NY: Award, 1970.

774. CARTER, Nick. THE VULCAN DISASTER. NY: Award, 1976.

775. CARVER, James. SHADOWS IN GO-YEU. NY: Walker (1971).
Uncommon novel of an American officer bringing charity & a soft heart to a village in S. Viet Nam -- but its not enough. By an American businessman who lived in Saigon for 8 years. <<Not in Newman>>.

776. CASEY, Jack. CEASE FIRE. NY: Signet (1985).
Novelization of a screenplay written by George Fernandez, based on the play `Vietnam Trilogy'.

777. CASEY, Michael. OBSCENITIES. New Haven: Yale, 1972.
Important, well-written poetry about the war, by a critically acclaimed vet, in the seminal Yale Series of Younger Poets. Scarce in HB, issued in a simultaneous wraps. <<Newman 642>>.

778. CASEY, Michael. OBSCENITIES. New Haven: Yale, 1972.
Important, well-written poetry about the war, by a critically acclaimed vet, in the seminal Yale Series of Younger Poets. Scarce in HB, issued in a simultaneous wraps. <<Newman 642>>.

779. CASEY, Michael. OBSCENITIES. NY: Paperback Library, 1972.

780. CASEY, Michael see also TRIQUARTERLY 64.
Includes Michael Casey's 'Promissory Estoppel'.

781. CASEY, William Vanetten & Philip Nobile (eds). THE BERRIGANS. NY: Avon (1971).
Articles by Noam Chomsky, Robert McAfee Brown, Francine du Plessix Gray, (from the famous special issue of ‘Holy Cross Quarterly’ which this book is based on) with additional articles, essays, interviews & documents (including the charges against them) by Robert Coles, Gordon Zahn, Paul Cowan, et al. Most contributors knew the Berrigans.

782. CASH, John. SEVEN FIREFIGHTS IN VIETNAM.

783. CASSIDY, John. A STATION IN THE DELTA. NY: Scribner's (1979).
A CIA agent fails in Germany, tries again in Viet Nam. Author was an intelligence agent in Viet Nam. His first book. <<Newman 191>>.

784. CASSIDY, John. A STATION IN THE DELTA. NY: Ballantine (1981).
A CIA agent fails in Germany, tries again in Viet Nam. Author was an intelligence agent in Viet Nam. His first book. <<Newman 191>>.

785. CASSITY, Turner, R.L. Barth & Warren Hope. MAINSTREAMING: Poems of Military Life. (np): (np) (1968).
The authors are all Viet Nam vets & accomplished poets. Illustrations by Todd Price.

786. CASTRO, Fidel, Pham Van Dong, et al. THE VIETNAMESE FOUGHT NOT ONLY FOR THEMSELVES: They Struggled for All the Peoples of the World. Havana: Political Editions (1974).

787. CAVANAGH, John, Carol Clifford & Carol Kurtz (eds). A TIME TO HEAL: The Effects of War on Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia & America. Washington: Indochina Resource Center (1976).

788. CEBULASH, Mel. MAN IN A GREEN BERET & Other Medal of Honor Winners. NY: Scholastic Book Services (1969).
Compendium of stories of Medal of Honor winners, including Viet Nam.

789. CENTER FOR STRATEDGIC STUDIES, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY. ECONOMIC IMPACT OF THE VIETNAM WAR. Washington: Renaissance Edition, 1967.

790. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. HANDBOOK FOR CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS. Phila: 1968.

791. CENTRAL COMMITTEE FOR CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS. REAL WAR STORIES #1. Forestville: Eclipse Comics, July 1987.
Comic book, includes W.D. Ehrhart & Alan Moore's 'Tapestries'. Art by Stan Woch & John Totleben.

792. CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE LAO PATRIOTIC FRONT. NIXON'S `INTENSIFIED SPECIAL WAR' IN LAOS: A Criminal War Doomed To Fail.

793. CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF AUSTRALIA-ASIA RELATIONS, see under authors M. Tsamenyi & also Carlyle Thayer.

794. CERTO, Dominic N. THE VALOR OF FRANCESCO D'AMINI. NY: Manor (1979).

795. CEVAT, Macit. VIETNAM GECIDI. (Istanbul): Ararat Yayinevi (1973?).

796. CHAGNON, Jacqui & Don Luce, eds. OF QUIET COURAGE: Poems from Viet Nam. Washington: Indochina Mobile Education Project, 1974.

797. CHALERMNIT PRESS CORRESPNDENT. BATTLE OF VIENTIANE.

798. CHALERMNIT PRESS CORRESPONDENT. BATTLE OF VIENTIANE OF 1960: (With Historical Background Leading to the Battle) Bangkok: Chalermnit Press, 1961.

799. CHALERMNIT PRESS CORRESPONDENT. BATTLE OF VIENTIANE OF 1960: (With Historical Background Leading to the Battle). Bangkok: Chalermnit Press, 1961.

800. CHALIAND, Gerard. PEASANTS OF NORTH VIETNAM. Penguin Books, 1969.

801. CHALIAND, Gerard. PEASANTS OF NORTH VIETNAM. Penguin Books, 1969.

802. CHALKER, Jack L. A JUNGLE OF STARS. NY: Ballantine, 1980.

803. CHALKER, Jack L. A JUNGLE OF STARS. NY: Ballantine, 1976.

804. CHAMBERS, Larry. RECONDO LRRPS IN THE 101ST AIRBORNE. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Author's account of his training at the 5th Special Forces Recondo School at Nha Trang, including leading a LRRP Team into NVA territory.

805. CHAMORRO TURREZ, Eduardo. `EL AREA INDOCHINA'.

806. CHANDA, Nayan. BROTHER ENEMY: The War After the War; A History of Indochina Since the Fall of Saigon. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich (1986).

807. CHANDLER, David. CAPTAIN HOLLISTER. NY: Macmillan (1973).
Novel of an officer returning to Viet Nam after 5 years because it's the only place he feels at home. Newman 120.

808. CHANOFF, David, & Doan Van Toai. PORTRAIT OF THE ENEMY. NY: Random House (1986).
`The other side of the war in Vietnam, told through interviews with North Vietnamese, former Viet Cong & Southern opposition leaders'.

809. CHAPEL, Ernie. DATELINE: An Loi.
Chapel is a pseudonym, aka Robert Vaughn.

810. CHAPEL, Ernie. DATELINE: Phu Loi. NY: Paperjacks, 1987.
Chapel is a pseudonym, aka Robert Vaughn.

811. CHAPEL, Ernie, pseudonym, see also under Robert Vaughan.

812. CHAPELLE, Dickey. WHAT'S A WOMAN DOING HERE?
The author was killed on patrol with the Marines.

813. CHAPELLE, Dickey see also periodical NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 11/62 & 2/66; See also under Roberta OSTROFF.

814. CHAPLIN, Gordon. JOYRIDE. NY: Coward, McCann & Geoghan (1982).
Author's first book. Two youths on a joyride through SE Asia at height of the war. Chaplin was a Newsweek correspondent in SE Asia. Not in Newman.

815. CHAPMAN, Bruce K. OUR UNFAIR & OBSOLETE DRAFT.

816. CHAPMAN, Bruce K. WRONG MAN IN UNIFORM. NY: Trident, 1967.

817. CHAPMEN, Abraham (ed). NEW BLACK VOICES: An Anthology of Contemporary Afro-American Literature. NY: Mentor, 1972.
Includes poems, 'The Guerilla Cong' by Michael E. Harper & Clarence Major's Vietnam #4'.

818. CHARLES, Robert. SEA VENGEANCE. NY: Pinnacle, 1976.

819. CHARLES, Robert. SEA VENGEANCE. NY: Pinnacle, 1976.

820. CHARLTON, Michael. MANY REASONS WHY: American Involvement in Vietnam. NY: Hill & Wang 1978.

821. CHARUSRENT, Surajit. THE CAMBODIA AFFAIR. Bankok: Siva Phorn, nd.

822. CHARYN, Jerome. WAR CRIES OVER AVENUE C. NY: Donald Fine (1985).
Police novel set in New York City where Saigon Sarah is the tiger lady of Alphabetville.

823. CHASE, James Hadley. A LOTUS FOR MISS QUON. London: Panther, 1970.
Copyright 1960.

824. CHASE, James Hadley. LIKE A HOLE IN THE HEAD. London: Panther, 1979.
Copyright 1970.

825. CHASTAIN, Thomas. PANDORA'S BOX. NY: Mason & Lipscomb (1974).

826. CHATAIN, Robert, see also in TRIQUARTERLY 16; NEW AMERICAN REVIEW #7 & #13.

827. CHEN Yi. CONCERNING THE SITUATION IN LAOS. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1959.

828. CHEN YI, et al. CONCERNING THE SITUATION IN LAOS. Peking: Foreign Languages Press (1959).

829. CHESBRO, George. VEIL. NY: Mysterious (1986).
Veil Kendry, a Viet Nam war veteran, is the title character. Includes recounting some of his time there.

830. CHESBRO, George C. DARK CHANT IN A CRIMSON KEY. NY: Mysterious (1992).
Mystery/ninja bullshit novel with Viet Nam vet Veil Kendry & another vet (super martial arts guy) & a rogue CIA plan to assassinate politicos back home, during the war, figuring prominently.

831. CHESBRO, George C. TWO SONGS THIS ARCHANGEL SINGS. NY: Atheneum, 1986.
Fifth book featuring the dwarf detective Mongo, who meets Veil. Mystery novel with a Viet Nam vet as a major character, his past in Viet Nam recounted in detail throughout the story. <<Not in Newman>>.

832. CHESBRO, George C. VEIL. NY: Mysterious (1986).
Mystery novel with Veil Kendry, the vet of his previous book, as the title character. Some chapters recount his time in Viet Nam. <<Willson 199; Not in Newman>>.

833. CHESLEY, Capt. Larry. SEVEN YEARS IN HANOI: A POW Tells His Story. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft (1973).
POW account by an Air Force flyer shot down over N. Viet Nam.

834. CHESLEY, Larry. SEVEN YEARS IN HANOI: A POW Tells His Story. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft (1973, 85).
POW account by an Air Force captain shot down over N. Viet Nam.

835. CHESNEAUX, Jean. CONTRIBUTION A L'HISTOIRE DE LA NATION VIETNAMIENNE. Paris: Editions Sociales (1955).

836. CHESNEAUX, Jean. THE VIETNAMESE NATION: Contribution to a History. Sydney: Current Book Distributors, 1966.

837. CHI, Hoang Van. FROM COLONIALISM TO COMMUNISM: A Case History of North Vietnam. London: Pall Mall Press (1964).

838. CHIEN Tang. WHY IS US AGGRESSION IN SOUTH VIET NAM DOOMED TO COMPLETE FAILURE?. Havana: Embassy of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Viet Nam in Cuba, ca. 1969.

839. CHINESE JOURNALISTS DELEGATION TO CAMBODIA. FIGHTING CAMBODIA: Reports of the Chinese Journalists Delegation to Cambodia. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1975.

840. CHINNERY, John. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN VIETNAM? London: Peace News, ca. 1955.

841. CHINNERY, Philip D. LIFE ON THE LINE: Stories of Vietnam Air Combat.

842. CHIU, Tony. PORT ARTHUR CHICKEN. NY: Morrow, 1979.
Novel of journalist witnessing an assassination in Laos. Not in Newman.

843. CHIVAS-BARON, Clotilde. THREE WOMEN OF ANNAM. 1925.

844. CHOMSKY, Noam. AMERICAN POWER & THE NEW MANDARINS: Historical & Political Essays. NY: Pantheon, 1969.
Includes essays on Viet Nam.

845. CHOMSKY, Noam. AT WAR WITH ASIA: Essays on Indochina. NY: Pantheon (1970).

846. CHOMSKY, Noam. RETHINKING CAMELOT: JFK, the Vietnam War, & US Political Culture. Boston: South End Press, 1993.
Thorough analysis of Kennedy's role in the invasion of Viet Nam & probe of the elite political culture allowing/encouraging the Cold War.

847. CHOMSKY, Noam, et al. TRIALS OF THE RESISTANCE. (NY): NY Review of Books (1970).
Essays on major trials of resistance & civil disobedience of the 60s by Chomsky, Kopkind, Epstein, Kopkind, Rothschild & others. Intro by Murray Kempton.

848. CHRISTIAN, David & William Hoffer. VICTOR SIX: The Saga of America's Youngest, Most Decorated Officer in Vietnam. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1990.
Account of a unique infantry unit, under the command of Lieutenant Christian, which engaged in clandestine Cambodian operations. The last half of the book is about his experiences after Viet Nam.

849. CHRISTIAN, David & William Hoffer. VICTOR SIX: The Saga of America's Youngest, Most Decorated Officer in Vietnam. NY: Pocket, 1991.
Account of a unique infantry unit, under the command of Lieutenant Christian, which engaged in clandestine Cambodian operations. The last half of the book is about his experiences after Viet Nam.

850. CHRISTIANSEN, Peter Hans, et al. PANEL AGAINST THE CAMBODIAN INVOLVEMENT LED BY REV. PETER HANS CHRISTIANSEN, DELIVERED MAY 3, 1970. LA: First Unitarian Church of LA, ca 1970.

851. CHRISTINA, Frank & Teresa. BILLY JACK. NY: Avon, 1973.

852. CHRISTINA, Frank & Teresa. TRIAL OF BILLY JACK. Billy Jack Enterprises, 1974.

853. CHRISTY, Jim (ed). THE NEW REFUGEES.

854. CHU, Tony. PORT ARTHUR CHICKEN. NY: Morrow, 1979.

855. CHURCHILL, Kenneth W. ENEMY CONTACT: A Vietnam Combat Action Story. Canton, Il: Vanity Press, 1982.
Written as fiction, a memoir based on an account of personal acts by his brother Steve Churchill.

856. CHURCHILL, Steve L., as told to Kenneth W. Churchill. ENEMY CONTACT!: A Vietnam Combat Story. Galesburg: The New Grunts (1982).

857. CINCINNATUS (a/k/a Cecil Currey). SELF-DESTRUCTION.

858. CITIZENS COMMISSION OF INQUIRY. THE DELLUMS COMMITTEE HEARINGS ON WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM: An Inquiry into Command Responsibility in Southeast Asia.

859. CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR PEACE WITH FREEDOM IN VIETNAM. VIETNAM REVISITED, April, 1970.

860. CIVIC EDUCATION SERVICE. TWO VIET NAMS.

861. CLARK, Alan. THE LION HEART. NY: Morrow, 1969.
Novel of the war by a British military historian. <<Newman 66, Pratt p135>>.

862. CLARK, Ann Nolan. TO STAND AGAINST THE WIND. NY: Viking (1978).

863. CLARK, Johnnie. GUNS UP! NY: Ballantine (1984).
An autobiographical account of a machine gunner in Viet Nam. It was said that the life expectancy of a machine gunner was seven seconds after a firefight began.

864. CLARK, Johnnie. SEMPER FIDELIS. NY: Ballantine (1988).
Story of a Marine platoon.

865. CLARK, Marjorie A. CAPTIVE ON THE HO CHI MINH TRAIL. Chicago: Moody Press, 1974.
Missionaries in Laos who were captured by the North Vietnamese Army.

866. CLARK, Sean. ELEVEN ZULU. NY: Samuel French, 1984.
Drama.

867. CLARKE, Douglas L. THE MISSING MAN. Washington: National Defense University, 1979.

868. CLEARY, Jon. SPEARHEAD'S DAUGHTER. NY: Morrow, 1983.

869. CLEAVER, Eldridge. THE BLACK MAN'S STAKE IN VIETNAM. np: Black Panther Party, ca. 1970.

870. CLELAND, Max. STRONG AT THE BROKEN PLACES. Waco, Tx: Chosen Books, 1980.

871. CLERGY & LAYMEN CONCERNED ABOUT VIETNAM. IN THE NAME OF AMERICA. (NY): Clergy & Laymen Concerned About Vietnam, 1968.
The conduct of the war as shown by published reports & compared with the Laws of War. Melman was director of research, with associates Melvyn Baron & Dodge Ely.

872. CLERGYMEN & LAYMEN CONCERNED ABOUT VIETNAM. THE WIDENING WAR: Background on the Expanded US Involvement in S.E. Asia. NY: Clergy & Laymen, ca. 1970.

873. CLIFFORD, Clark M. A VIET NAM REAPPRAISAL.

874. CLODFELTER, Mark. THE LIMITS OF AIR POWER: The North American Bombing of North Vietnam. NY: Free Press (1989).

875. CLODFELTER, Michael. MAD MINUTES & VIETNAM MONTHS: A Soldier's Memoir. NY: Zebra, 1989.
About an infantryman in Viet Nam in 1965 who extended his tour six months, to avoid a behind the lines assignment, to get a combat one. He was injured by a aboobytrap & received a Purple Heart.

876. CLODFELTER, Michael. THE PAWNS OF DISHONOR. Bsoton: Branden Press (1976).
Autobiography of vet who became anti-war protester. Willson lists as a novel (?).

877. CLUBB, Oliver E., Jr. THE UNITED STATES & THE SINO-SOVIET BLOC IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. Washington: Brookings Institution (1962).

878. CLUTTERBUCK, Richard L. THE LONG, LONG WAR: Counterinsurgency in Malaya & Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1966).

879. COALITION IN SUPPORT OF DEMOCRATIC KAMPUCHEA. DEMOCRATIC KAMPUCHEA: Waging People's War. NY: The Coalition, 1979.

880. COATES, Ken. THE DIRTY WAR IN MR WILSON; OR HOW HE STOPPED WORRYING ABOUT VIETNAM & LEARNED TO LOVE THE DOLLAR.

881. CODY. SE ASIA: Its Hist. Devleopment.

882. COE, Charles. YOUNG MAN IN VIETNAM. NY: Four Winds Press (1968).
Young Adult. Vignettes of the author's year in Viet Nam as a Marine lieutenant. One of the earliest & scarcest personal accounts.

883. COE, John J. (ed). DESPERATE PRAISE: The Australians in Vietnam. Perth, W. Australia: Artlook Books (1982).
Coe served w/the Royal Australian Engineers in Viet Nam.

884. COETZEE, J.M. DUSKLANDS. Johannesburg: Ravan, 1974.
Author's first book. Two novellas, one of which, `The Vietnam Project,' concerns propaganda & psychological warfare in Viet Nam. Very scarce.

885. COETZEE, J.M. DUSKLANDS. NY: Penguin, 1985.

886. COFFEE, Gerald. BEYOND SURVIVAL: Building on the Hard Times -- A POW's Inspiring Story. NY: Putnam's, 1990.
By a naval pilot shot down over Viet Nam in 1966, an account of his captivity.

887. COFFIN, William Sloane, Jr. ONCE TO EVERY MAN. NY: Atheneum (1977).
The Reverend best known to today's youth from the Doonesbury strips.

888. COHEN, Steven. VIETNAM: Anthology & Guide to a Television History.

889. COLBY, William, w/James McCargar. LOST VICTORY: A Firsthand Account of America's Sixteen-Year Involvement in Vietnam. Chicago: Contemporary Books (1989).
By the CIA director, still trying to salvage victory from defeat.

890. COLE, Burt. THE FUNCO FILE. Doubleday 1969.

891. COLE, Honor B. SYNDROME OF MR. ROACH. NY: Vantage, 1987.
A play about a Viet Nam vet returning home.

892. COLE, Tom. MEDAL OF HONOR RAG. NY: French (1977).

893. COLE, Tom. MEDAL OF HONOR RAG. NY: French, 1982.

894. COLEMAN, Charles. SERGEANT BACK AGAIN. NY: Harper & Row (1980).
The author's first book. About a psychiatric ward in San Francisco where vets are tormented by the horrors they witnessed or perpetrated in Viet Nam, & a doctor who makes a pact to tell of the atrocities--if they can survive. Newman 202.

895. COLEMAN, J.D. INCURSION. NY: St. Martin's, 1991.
The invasion of Cambodia, by a participant. Coleman also wrote 'Pleiku' & edited a unit history of the 1st Cav.

896. COLEMAN, J.D. PLEIKU: The Dawn of Helicopter Warfare in Vietnam. NY: St. Martin's (1988).
Chronicles the first use of helicopters against the NVA by the 1st Air Cav Division & how this changed the course of the war.

897. COLEMAN, J.D. (editor-in-chief). 1ST AIR CAVALRY DIVISION: Memoirs of the First Team, Vietnam August 1965-Dec 1969. APO San Francisco: 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile), ca. 1970.

898. COLEMAN, Jophn A. THE CHRISTIAN & THE WAR IN VIETNAM: A Sermon Preached by the Rev. John A. Coleman, Th.B., Unley Park Baptist Church, South Australia on Sunday, 25th July, 1971. College Park: Preview Press, ca. 1971.

899. COLLINGWOOD, Charles. DEFECTOR. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
First novel, of a TV journalist visiting North Viet Nam trapped into helping the CIA aid a North Vietnamese defector, only to be abandoned by the Company. <<Newman 81>>.

900. COLLINS, James. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOUTH VIETNAMESE ARMY. ww: US Army, 1975.

901. COLODNY, Robert. SPAIN & VIETNAM: The Fight for Freedom. NY: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1967.
Colodny taught history at the U of Pittsburgh, & is a veteran of the 15th International Brigade in Spain. He also wrote <<The Struggle for Madrid>>. This text is based on a speech he gave before the Historical Commission of the VALB.

902. COLT, Kris. VIETNAM VETERANS PARADE CHICAGO, 1986. Santa Fe: Nam Vets, 1987.
A well-done photo book. Photographs by Tom Conroy.

903. COLVIN, Marjorie (ed). DID YOU VOTE FOR WAR?. Berkeley: Bay Area Vietnam Day Committee, ca. 1965.

904. COLVIN, Rod. FIRST HEROES: The POWs Left Behind in Vietnam. NY: Irvington (1987).
Historical overview & polemic.

905. COMIC BOOK). PEOPLE'S COMIC BOOK.

906. COMIC BOOK). THE 'NAM. Marvel Comics Group, 1986.

907. COMITE CUBANO ORGANIZADOR DEL SEGUNDO SIMPOSIO. SECOND SYMPOSIUM AGAINST YANKEE GENOCIDE IN VIET NAM. (La Habana): (Instituto Cubano del Libro) (1971).

908. COMITE DU SALON DE LA JEUNE PEINTURE. MANIFESTATION DE SOUTIEN AU PEUPLE VIETNAMIEN. Paris: Comite du Salon de la Jeune Peinture, ca,1968.

909. COMITE NATIONAL DE L'ASSOCIATION FRANCE -- VIET-NAM. LE VIET-NAM: La Plus Jeune Republique Democratic d'Extreme-Orient. np (Paris?): The Comite, ca. 1946.

910. COMMITTEE FOR A DEMOCRATIC FAR EASTERN POLICY. CONFLICT IN INDO-CHINA. NY: The Committee, ca. 1950.

911. COMMITTEE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. THE NATIONAL ECONOMY & THE VIETNAM WAR: A Statement on National Policy by the Research & Policy Committee of the CED, April, 1968. NY: CED (1968).

912. COMMITTEE FOR THE STUDY OF THE VIET NAM WORKERS' PARTY. OUR PRESIDENT, HO-CHI-MINH. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1970.

913. COMMITTEE OF ASIAN SCHOLARS. THE INDOCHINA STORY. NY: Bantam, 1970.

914. COMMITTEE OF CONCERNED ASIAN SCHOLARS. THE INDOCHINA STORY: A Fully Documented Account. NY: Pantheon (1970).

915. COMMITTEE OF CONCERNED ASIAN SCHOLARS. VIETNAMIZATION. Stanford: The Committee (1972).

916. COMMITTEE OF ENQUIRY INTO POLITICAL PRISONERS IN VIETNAM & AMERICAN RESPONSIBILITY. PRESS RELEASE).

917. COMMITTEE OF RESPONSIBILITY. CRYSTALLINE FLIGHT. Berkeley: The Committee (1970).
Anti-Viet Nam War poetry. Contributors include Al Young, Josephine Miles, N. Scott Momaday.

918. COMMITTEE OF RESPONSIBILITY. THE COMMITTEE OF RESPONSIBILITY TO SAVE WAR-BURNED & WAR-INJURED VIETNAMESE CHILDREN. np: The Committee, ca. 1967.

919. COMMITTEE OF RESPONSIBILITY, Seattle Chapter. MEMORIAL ALBUM TO BENEFIT WAR-INJURED CHILDREN OF VIETNAM.
Recorded Seattle benefit performance held Sunday, November 10, 1968, sponsored by the Clergy & Laymen Concerned About Vietnam (CALCAV). Music by the Philadelphia String Quartet, Maureen Quinn & The SongCrafters. Readings by Quinn, including Colin Bell's poem 'Body Count'.

920. COMMITTEE OF YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS OF THE U.S.S.R. WITH YOU, VIETNAM! SOVIET YOUTH SAY.

921. COMMITTEE TO DENOUNCE THE WAR CRIMES OF THE U.S. IMPERIALIST & THEIR HENCHMEN IN SOUTH VIETNAM. THE BIGGEST WAR CRIMINALS OF OUR TIME.

922. CONBOY, Ken & Ken Bowra. THE NVA & VIET CONG. London: Osprey, 1991.
Includes photos by Simon McCouaig.

923. CONDOMINAS, George. WE HAVE EATEN THE FOREST: The Story of a Montagnard Village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. NY: Hill & Wang (1977).

924. CONDOMINAS, Georges. NOUS AVONS MANGE LA FORET DE LA PIERRE-GENIE GOO: Chronique de Sar Luk, Village Mnong Gar. Paris: Mercvre de France, 1957.
Original French language edition of the book published in the US as <<WE HAVE EATEN THE FOREST>>, the story of a Montagnard village in the Central Highlands of Viet Nam.

925. CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE, see under William Conrad Gibbons.

926. CONLEY, Michael Charles. THE COMMUNIST INSURGENT INFRASTRUCTURE IN SOUTH VIETNAM: A Study of Organization & Strategy. Washington: Center for Research in Social Systems, The American University (1967).
Research contracted by the Army, & issued as Department of the Army Pamphlet No. 550-106.

927. CONNOLLY, Sean, see also TRIQUARTERLY 40.
Includes Sean Connolly's 'Dispatches From a Pornographic City'.

928. CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF THE LAWYERS COMMITTEE ON AMERICAN POLICY TOWARDS VIETNAM. VIETNAM & INTERNATIONAL LAW: An Analysis of the Legality of the US Military Involvement. Flanders: O'Hare, 1967.
A group of international lawyers, headed by Richard Falk, finds the military role of the US in Viet Nam in violation of international law.

929. COOK, Capt John L. THE ADVISOR.

930. COOK, Freda (ed). STORIES OF THE VIETNAMESE RESISTANCE. Christchurch: Monthly Review Society, 1963.
Stories & anecdotes of the Vietnam resistance during the French occupation.

931. COOK, Jack. RAGS OF TIME: A Season in Prison. Boston: Beacon (1972).
Cook was sentenced to 3 years for refusing induction into the Army in 1969.

932. COOK, John L. THE ADVISOR. 1973.

933. COOK, John L. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Dust Off. NY: Bantam, 1988.
About medics who utilized Huey choppers to reach the wounded in action.

934. COOK, Kenneth. THE WINE OF GOD'S ANGER. Melbourne, Australia: Lansdowne, 1968.
A novel of army life in SE Asia.

935. COOLEY, Leland Frederick. CONDITION PINK. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.

936. COOLIDGE. THREE KINGDOMS OF INDO-CHINA.

937. COOMBS, Orde (ed). WE SPEAK AS LIBERATORS: Young Black Poets.
Includes S.E. Anderson's `Junglegrave.'

938. COONTS, Stephen. FLIGHT OF THE INTRUDER. Annapolis: Naval Institute (1986).
Author's first book. A lone A-6 pilot, contrary to Navy policy, decides to do a solo bombing run, in an uncommon story of aviators in Viet Nam. Only the second novel published by this press (Clancy's `Hunt for the Red October' was the first). <<Newman 347>>.

939. COONTZ, Stephen). FLIGHT OF THE INTRUDER, PRESS KIT. Hollywood: Paramount (1990).
Press kit for the film based on the novel, about A-6 pilots in Viet Nam. Still photos, handbook of production information, reprint of article about the making of the film from 'Air Classics' magazine, in a portfolio.

940. COOPER, Chester. THE LOST CRUSADE. NY: Dodd, Mead (1970).
Probes America's failure, beginning with the FDR Indochina plan.

941. COPPOLA, Eleanor. NOTES. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1979.
An account of the filming of <<Apocalypse Now>> by the director's wife.

942. COPPOLA, Francis Ford & John Milius. APOCALYPSE NOW. (NP): (NP) (1976).
see Lopez description much shortened in 1990/1092.

943. CORDER, E.M. THE DEER HUNTER. NY: HBJ/Jove (1978).

944. CORDER, E.M. THE DEER HUNTER. NY: Exeter (1979).
Novelization of the film, which won five academy awards, based on Deric Washburn's screenplay. Viet Nam veterans picketed the Academy Awards the year it was nominated & won best picture. <<Newman 175>>. `An historically sloppy film...more a traditional John Wayne western set in a fictitious war in Asia than the quintessential Vietnam War film it was portrayed as being.' --Linda Alband.

945. CORDIER, Henri. LA FRANCE ET LA COCHINCHINE, 1852-1858: La Mission du Catinat a Tourance (1856), Documents Publies. Leide: E.J. Brill, 1906.

946. CORLEY, Francis J., S.J. `ECONOMIC STABILIZATION IN VIET-NAM.' In `Review of Social Economy.' Vol.XVI, No 2 (September, 1958)

947. CORRIE, Sandra U Laura Stine (eds). GREEN FLAG. SF: City Lights, 1969.

948. CORSON, William. CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE. NY: Norton (1974).

949. CORSON, William. THE BETRAYAL. NY: Norton (1968).
Pivotal account of corruption in Viet Nam by a Marine Colonel in charge of `pacification' teams charged with winning over Vietnamese villagers, a lifer who resigned just before publishing this book. (Corson has extensive CIA ties, & leaked internal memos from Helms & Angleton placing E. Howard Hunt in Dallas the day Kennedy was killed). He wrote the `Penthouse' column by/about veterans.

950. CORSON, William. THE BETRAYAL. NY: Norton (1968).
Pivotal account of corruption in Viet Nam by a Marine lifer who resigned just before publishing this book. Corson, a former Marine Colonel with extensive CIA ties, leaked internal memos from Helms & Angleton placing E. Howard Hunt in Dallas the day Kennedy was killed.

951. CORSON, William. THE BETRAYAL.

952. CORSON, William. THE BETRAYAL. NY: Norton (1968).
Pivotal account of corruption in Viet Nam by a Marine Colonel in charge of `pacification' teams charged with winning over Vietnamese villagers, a lifer who resigned just before publishing this book. (Corson has extensive CIA ties, & leaked internal memos from Helms & Angleton placing E. Howard Hunt in Dallas the day Kennedy was killed). He wrote the `Penthouse' column by/about veterans.

953. CORTESI, Lawrence. THE MAGNIFICENT BASTARDS OF CHU LAI. NY: Zebra (1986).
Operation starlight, in 1965, sent two battalions against the N. Vietnamese in the first full-scale encounter. This book focuses on Company H, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, upon whom success hinged.

954. CORTESI, Lawrence. THE MAGNIFICENT BASTARDS OF VIETNAM. NY: Tower Books (1968).
Exploits of the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines in Viet Nam.

955. CORTRIGHT, David. SOLDIERS IN REVOLT: The American Military Today. NY: Anchor/Doubleday. 1975.
Assessment of military ranks following the US military & political folly & fiasco in Vietnam which left soldier rebellion & a deteriated morale. Raskin was a director of the Institue for Policy Studies, Cortright active in the GI movement during his 3-year army stint, connected later with the IPS & a fellow at the Center for National Securities.

956. COSMAS, Graham & Murray. US MARINES IN VIETNAM: Vietnamization & Redeployment 1970-71. Washington: 1986.

957. COSTELLO, Michael. A LONG TIME FROM HOME. (NY): Zebra Books (1984).
Action adventure. <<Newman 280>>.

958. COTTER. VIETNAM: A Guide to Reference Sources. 1977.

959. COUCH, Dick. SEAL TEAM ONE. NY: Avon, (1991 )
Vietnam War thriller. Fighting the Cong in a savage & secret war, a Seal’s dream explodes on the “steaming edge of the Nam Can Forest” for which no amount of training had prepared him. Clive Cussler couldn’t put it down.

960. COUPER, J.M. LOTTERY IN LIVES. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971.
Australian novel of 2 boys facing the draft during the war.

961. COUTANT, Helen. FIRST SNOW. NY: Knopf, 1974.
Children's story of a little Vietnamese girl who begins to understand how death can be accepted as a natural part of life.

962. COWAN, Paul. THE MAKING OF AN UN-AMERICAN: A Dialogue with Experience. NY: Viking (1970).
Jack Newfield calls this a `collective Biography of the generation that was born on the New Frontier, baptized on the Mississippi Delta, & educated by Vietnam. Along with <<Catch-22>>, the songs of the Rolling Stones, & the prose of Eldridge Cleaver, the overposering book explains why so many of the best-educated young Americans choose to think of themselves as outlaws...'

963. COWIE, Peter. COPPOLA: A Biography. NY: Charles Scribner's (1990).

964. COWLES, H. Robert. OPERATION HEARTBEAT.

965. CRAGG, Dan. THE SOLDIER'S PRIZE. NY: Ballantine (1986).

966. CRAIS, Robert. STALKING THE ANGEL. NY: Bantam (1989).

967. CRAIS, Robert. THE MONKEY'S RAINCOAT. NY: Bantam (1987).

968. CRAIS, Robert. THE MONKEY'S RAINCOAT. NY: Bantam (1993).
An Elvis Cole mystery novel.

969. CRAMER, Lenox. SLOW DANCE ON THE KILLING GROUND. Medina: Alpha, 1990.

970. CRAPSER, WILLIAM. REMAINS: Stories of Vietnam. Old Chatham, NY: Sachem Press (1988).
Scarce hardcover edition quickly went out of print.

971. CRAPSER, WILLIAM. REMAINS: Stories of Vietnam. Old Chatham, NY: Sachem Press (1988).

972. CRAVEN, Joseph Donald. ALL HONORABLE MEN: The Anti-War Movement in Delaware 1965-1966. (n.p.): Self-published, 1978.

973. CRAWFORD, Ann Caddell. CUSTOMS & CULTURE OF VIETNAM. Rutland: Tuttle, nd [ca 1966].
Written by the wife of aa Army officer stationed in-country for two years.

974. CRAWFORD, B.E. (ed). VIETNAM SURVEY 1965-1966: USS MAURY AGS-16/USS SERANO AGS-24.
Unit history yearbook.

975. CRAWFORD, William. GRESHAM'S WAR. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1968.

976. CRAWFORD, William. GUNSHIP COMMANDER. NY: Pinnacle Books (1973).
Novel of a helicopter commander on his fifth tour.

977. CRAWFORD, William. THE MARINE. NY: Pinnacle Books (1972).

978. CRIDDLE, Joan D. & Teeda Butt Mam. TO DESTROY YOU IS NO LOSS. NY: Atlantic Monthly, 1987.
The odyssey of a Cambodian family.

979. CRITCHFIELD, Richard. THE LONG CHARADE: Politicial Subversion in the Vietnam War. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World (1968).
Argues that generals trained in the North created political policies in the South aiding Hanoi. Author was a reporter for the Washington Star in Vietnam for three years in.

980. CROCKET, Bob. VIET CONG TORTURE SHACK. NY: Star Distributors, 197?.
Pornography, war horrors.

981. CROFUT, William. TROUBADOUR: A Different Battlefield. NY: Dutton, 1968.
Story of two folksingers sent on a world tour, including Viet Nam. Foreword by Robert F. Kennedy.

982. CROIZAT, Victor. THE BROWN WATER NAVY: The River & Coastal War in Indo-China & Vietnam, 1948-1972 Dorset, UK: Blandford, 1984.
Well researched, drawing upon French & American archival resources. By a Marine Colonel.

983. CROIZAT, Victor. VIETNAM RIVER WARFARE, 1945-1975. Dorset, UK: Blandford, 1986.
Reissue of <<The Brown Water Navy>> first issued by this press in 1984. Well researched, drawing upon French & American archival resources.

984. CROMIE, Robert (ed). WHERE STEEL WINDS BLOW. NY: David McKay (1968).
Anthology of mostly anti-war poetry from many lands from many centuries.

985. CRONKITE, Walter. CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective. NY: Pocket (1965).

986. CRONKITE, Walter. CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT: Vietnam Perspective. NY: Pocket (1965).

987. CROSBY, Alexander L. ONE DAY FOR PEACE.

988. CROSS, David. CHANT. NY: Jove, 1986.
The first half of the book alternates between 1971 Viet Nam & the present day.

989. CROSS, E.B. THE NINTH DRAGON. Pinnacle 1985.

990. CROSS, Frank. REMINDERS. Big Timber: Seven Buffaloes, 1986.
Poems.

991. CROWELL, Joan. FORT DIX STOCKADE: Our Prison Camp Next Door. NY: Links (1974).
Account of the 1969 Fort Dix Stockade riot & a polemic against prisoner treatment there.

992. CROWTHER, John. FIREBASE. London: Constable (1975).
A first novel, at Firebase Horse, where a racial murder tears apart the loyalties of those serving there, `where officers aren't heroes & men aren't loyal.' <<Newman 146>>.

993. CROZIER, Brian. SOUTH-EAST ASIA IN TURMOIL. Baltimore: Penguin, 1965.

994. CROZIER, Brian. SOUTH-EAST ASIA IN TURMOIL. Middlesex: Pelican, 1965.

995. CROZIER, Brian. THE REBELS: A Study of Post-War Insurrections. Boston: Beacon (1960).
Covers Castro, Ho Chi Minh, Makarios, Kenyatta, Abbas, Giap, Krim, Grivas, Benbella, Hadj & others.

996. CRUISE BOOK). HARNETT COUNTY: VIETNAM, DECEMBER 1967-NOVEMBER 1968.

997. CRUMLEY, James. ONE TO COUNT CADENCE. NY: Random (1969).
Crumley's first book, a novel of the army in the early '60s. Engrossing, competent story by a former roustabout & enlistee who is now an acclaimed mystery author. <<Newman 67>>.

998. CRUMLEY, James. ONE TO COUNT CADENCE. NY: Bantam (1970).

999. CRUMLEY, James. ONE TO COUNT CADENCE. NY: Ballantine (1986).

1000. CRUMLEY, James. THE MEXICAN TREE DUCK. NY: Mysterious Press (1993).
C.W. Sughrue & a rag-tag band of his old Vietnam War buddies find themselves in a war they don't understand as they try to find a kidnapped woman.

1001. CUDAHY, Sheila. THE BRISTLE CONE PINE & OTHER POEMS. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1976).

1002. CULHANE, Claire. UNE QUEBECOISE AU VIETNAM.
French translation of a special edition of the <<BIAS>> (Vol2 #8, 1971).

1003. CULHANE, Claire. WHY IS CANADA IN VIETNAM?. Toronto: NC Press, 1972.
Expanded & revised version of a special edition of the <<BIAS>> (Vol 2 #8, 1971). It also appeared in French as <<Une Quecoise Au Vietnam>> in 1972. Proceeds from sales of this book went to `Collecte Vietnam.' Introduction by <<Wilfred Burchett>>.

1004. CULLEN, E.J. OUR WAR & HOW WE WON IT. NY: Viking (1987).
Title story is a fantasy about an unnamed war, apparently in Central America, but clearly & ironically based on Viet Nam.

1005. CULLEN, Mike. A TIME TO DANCE: The Mike Cullen Story as told to Don Ranly. Celina, OH: Messenger Press, 1972.

1006. CUNNINGHAM, Ben. GREEN EYES. NY: Ballantine, 1976.
Fictional adaptation of the TV movie. A black Viet Nam vet returns to Saigon in 1971 to find his girlfriend & their son. He finds her remarried, & their son has died. He adopts a half-black Viet Nam orphan. Story line by Eugene Logan, teleplay by David Seltzer.

1007. CUNNINGHAM, Randy w/Jeff Ethell. FOX TWO: The Story of America's First Ace in Vietnam. Mesa: Champlain Fighter Museum (1984).
Cunningham was a Navy F-4 pilot & became an ace during his second WestPac tour.

1008. CURREY, Cecil B. [a/k/a `CINCINATTUS']. EDWARD LANSDALE: The Unquiet American.

1009. CURREY, Richard. CROSSING OVER: A Vietnam Journal. Cambridge: Apple-Wood (1980).
Poetic documentary which conveys awful experiences of a Navy corpsman serving w/the Marines. Prose snapshots of life before & during the war. Newman 662.

1010. CURREY, Richard. FATAL LIGHT. NY: Dutton (1988).
Currey's second book, his first novel. Acclaimed novel of a combat medic in Viet Nam. Currey was a Marine medic there. <<Not in Newman>>.

1011. CURREY, Richard see the periodicals PERIODICALS & ROCKBOTTOM.

1012. CURRY, G. David. SUNSHINE PATRIOTS. Notre Dame: Univ of Notre Dame (1985).
Important treatment of the subject of draft evaders by a former captain in Viet Nam.

1013. CURTIS. LAO OF NORTH SIAM.

1014. CURTIS, Arthur S. 37 GREATEST ARMY HEROES. Washington: Self-published, 1969.

1015. CUTLER, Thomas J. BROWN WATER, BLACK BERETS. Annapolis: Naval Institute, 1988.
Comprehensive account of the Navy's brown-water forces in Viet Nam. The author was an in-country naval advisor to S. Vietnamese forces & teacher at the Naval Academy.

1016. CUTLER, Thomas J. BROWN WATER, BLACK BERETS. NY: Pocket, 1989.
Comprehensive account of the Navy's brown-water forces in Viet Nam. The author was an in-country naval advisor to S. Vietnamese forces & teacher at the Naval Academy.

1017. D'ALPUGET, Blanche. TURTLE BEACH. NY: Simon & Schuster (1983).
Award-winning Australian novel of Vietnamese boat people, set in Malaysia.

1018. D'AMATO, Anthony & Robert M. O'Neil. THE JUDICIALRY & VIETNAM.

1019. da CRUZ, Daniel. THE AYES OF TEXAS. NY: Ballantine, 1985.
Futuristic Viet Nam novel.

1020. DAHLBERG, Hans. SPELET I INDOKINA. Stockholm: Utrikespolitiska institut, 1964.

1021. DALEY, Brian. THE DOOMFARERS OF CORAMONDE. NY: Ballantine, 1985.
Fantasy, the main character fighting in Viet Nam suddenly finds himself in a land of dragons & wizards.

1022. DALEY, Brian. THE STARFOLLOWERS OF CORAMONDE. NY: Del Rey, 1985.
Sequel to Doomfarers, not much direct activity in Viet Nam here.

1023. DALL'ONGARO, Giuseppe. NEL VIETNAM SI COMBATTE PER DIFENDERE LA LIBERTA E LA PACE.

1024. DALY, James & Lee Bergman. A HEROES WELCOME. 1975.

1025. DANE, Barbara & Irwin Silber (comp & eds). THE VIETNAM SONGBOOK. NY: gUARDIAN bOOKS (1969).
Over 100 songs from American & other protest movements, with fighting songs of the Vietnamese people.

1026. DANE, Barbara & Irwin Silber (eds). THE VIETNAM SONGBOOK. NY: Guardian, 1969.
Songs form the US & international protest movement, with 'fighting songs of the Vietnamese people'.

1027. DANG, Nghiem. VIET-NAM: Politics & Public Administration. Honolulu: East-West Center (1966).
The `first systematic & scientific study of public administration' by an educational administrator with the Institute of Administration in Saigon. Dang was also an administrator in N. Viet Nam during the early 40s.

1028. DANIEL, Howard A., III. THE CATALOG & GUIDEBOOK OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN COINS & CURRENCY. Vol I, France. Portage: BNR, 1978.
About 500 coins, notes & tokens for Chochinchina, Indochina, Tonkin, Cambodia, Laos, Viet Nam, Thailand & the East Indies; descriptions include political & economic histories.

1029. DANIEL, Howard A., III. THE CATALOG & GUIDEBOOK OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN COINS & CURRENCY. Vol II, Part II; Republic of Vietnam: Coins & Currency. VA: Minuteman Press, 1992.
Over 150 coins, notes telephone tokens, POW camp notes & 5 Dong propaganda leaflet with political & economic histories.

1030. DANIELS, Norman. OPERATION VC. NY: Pyramid (1967).
Spy thriller set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 23>>.

1031. DANN, Jan Van Buren & Jack Dann (ed). IN THE FIELD OF FIRE. (NY): Tor (1987).
1988 World Fantasy Finalist for Best Anthology. 22 stories explore the terror of Vietnam: Kim Stanley Robinson, Lucius Shepard, Barry Malzberg, Lewis Shiner, Harlan Ellison, Brian Aldiss, Haldeman & others, exploring "the fear & traumas engendered by the conflict in an attempt to transform 'the terrifying chaos of war into meaning' ..... Encapsulates more than any other recent anthology the true horrors of the late 20th century." --- Barron, <<Horror>>, 4-351.

1032. DANN, Jeanne Van Buren & Jack (eds). IN THE FIELD OF FIRE. NY: Tor (1987).
Collection of Viet Nam-related science fiction & fantasy. Useful bibliography according to Lopez.

1033. DANN, Jeanne Van Buren & Jack (eds). IN THE FIELD OF FIRE. NY: Tor (1987).
Collection of Viet Nam-related science fiction & fantasy.

1034. DAREFF, Hal. FROM VIETNAM TO CAMBODIA: A Background Book About the Struggle in Southeast Asia. NY: Parent's Magazine Press (1971).
Background book for high school students.

1035. DAREFF, Hal. THE STORY OF VIETNAM. NY: Avon Camelot (1967).
A background book for young people.

1036. DAREFF, Hal. THE STORY OF VIETNAM: A Background Book for Young People. NY: Parent's Magazine Press (1966).

1037. DATLOW, Ellen & Terri Windling. THE YEARS BEST FANTASY: First Annual Collection. NY: St. Martin's, 1988.
Includes the short story 'Delta Sly Honey' by Lucius Shepard.

1038. DAVID, Heather. OPERATION: Rescue. NY: Pinnacle (1971).
`First complete account of the daring drop into North Vietnam to rescue American prisoners of war.' Intro by H. Ross Perot.

1039. DAVIDSON, Phillip B. AT WAR: The History, 1946-1975. NY: Oxford U, 1991.
The author was a General who served as Chief Intelligence Officer (J-2 MACV), 1967-1969.

1040. DAVIES, Peter. THE TRUTH ABOUT KENT STATE: A Challenge to the American Conscience. NY: Farrar, Straus, Giroux (1973).
An indictment of the investigations of these murders by the Ohio National Guard. Written in conjunction with the Board of the Church & Society of The United Methodist Church.

1041. DAVIES, Peter & Board of Church & Society of United Methodist Church. THE TRUTH ABOUT KENT STATE: A Challenge to the American Conscience. NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1973.
Indictment of the Ohio National Guard, its' killing, & the Nixon Administration's handling of the tragedy.

1042. DAVIS, Alice. SNAP TO!.

1043. DAVIS, Christopher. DOG HORSE RAT. NY: Viking, 1990.
Post-war novel of an unstable Viet Nam vet in early 1970s America.

1044. DAVIS, Franklin M., Jr. KISS THE TIGER. NY: Pyramid, 1961.

1045. DAVIS, George. COMING HOME. NY: Dell, 1971.

1046. DAVIS, George. COMING HOME. NY: Random House (1971).
Scarce first novel by this black writer, former pilot in Viet Nam. Not related to movie of same name. <<Newman 89>>.

1047. DAVIS, George see also periodical WORKS IN PROGRESS #5; & AMISTAD 1 edited by John A. Williams.
Includes 'Coming Home'.

1048. DAVIS, Kenn. DEAD TO RIGHTS. NY: Avon, 1981.

1049. DAVIS, Kenn. WORDS CAN KILL. NY: Ballantine, 1984.

1050. DAVIS, Nord, Jr. SONG MY. Hollis, NH: Self-published, ca.1971.
Pardon Me, But... No 56. Davis, a right-winger, contends that the My Lai massacre was faked.

1051. DAVIS, Patti. HOME FRONT. NY: Crown, 1986.

1052. DAVIS, Terry. MYSTERIOUS WAYS. NY: Viking (1984).

1053. DAWSON, Alan. 55 DAYS: The Fall of South Vietnam. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall (1977).
The last days of the war.

1054. DAWSON, Fielding. KRAZY KAT & 76 MORE: Collected Stories 1950-1976. Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow, 1982.
Includes Viet Nam War-related stories: 'Straight Lines,' 'The Major Circle,' 'The Triangle on the Jungle Wall' & 'The Word'.

1055. DEAN, Chuck w/Bob Putnam. NAM VET: Making Peace with Your Past. Portland: Multinomah, 1988.
A book about post-traumatic disorder of vets, with a religious orientation. The author served in the 173rd Airborne in Viet Nam.

1056. DEAN, Nell M. NURSE IN VIETNAM. NY: Julian Messner (1969).
`Career-romance for Young Moderns.' Newman 68.

1057. DEANE, Hugh. THE WAR IN VIETNAM. NY: Monthly Review, 1963.

1058. DeBERVAL, Rene, et al. KINGDOM OF LAOS: The Land of the Million Elephants & of the White Parasol. Saigon: Farance-Asie (1959).

1059. DEBRIS, Jean Pierre & Andre Menras. WE ACCUSE: Back From Saigon's Prisons. Washington: Indochina Mobile Education Project, 1973.

1060. DEBRIS, Jean-Pierre & Andre Menras. RESCAPES DES BAGNES DE SAIGON: Nous Accusons. Paris: Editions Francais Reunis, 1973.
Book opposes the American occupation of S. Vietnam.

1061. DEBRIS, Jean-Pierre & Andre Menras. RESCAPES DES BAGNES DE SAIGON: Nous Accusons. Paris: Editions Francais Reunis, 1973.
Book opposes the American occupation of S. Vietnam.

1062. deBROCHGRAVE, Arnaud & Robert Moss. THE SPIKE. NY: Crown, 1980.
Spy novel of Soviet disinformation involving a reporter who is a Viet Nam vet.

1063. deBROCHGRAVE, Arnaud & Robert Moss. THE SPIKE. NY: Avon, 1981.
Spy novel of Soviet disinformation involving a reporter who is a Viet Nam vet.

1064. DECORNOY, Jacques. LAOS: THE FORGOTTEN WAR. Boston: New England Free Press, ca. 1968.

1065. DeFOREST, Orrin & David Chanoff. SLOW BURN: The Rise & Fall of American Intelligence in Vietnam. NY: Simon & Schuster (1990).

1066. DeGRAZIA, Emilio. ENEMY COUNTRY. (St. Paul): New Rivers, 1984.
Short stories. Newman 589, Pratt p119.

1067. DeGRAZIA, Emilio see also LIKELY STORIES edited by Bruce McPherson.

1068. DEIGHTON, Len. ELEVEN DECLARATIONS OF WAR. NY: HBJ (1971).
Short stories about war, including one of Viet Nam. <<Newman 463>>.

1069. DEIGHTON, Len. ELEVEN DECLARATIONS OF WAR. NY: Warner (1971).

1070. DEL VECCHIO, John. 13TH VALLEY. NY: Bantam (1981).

1071. DEL VECCHIO, John M. FOR THE SAKE OF ALL LIVING THINGS. NY: Bantam (1990).
His second novel.

1072. DEL VECCHIO, John M. THE 13TH VALLEY. NY: Bantam (1982).
By a combat correspondent in the 101st Airborne Division. Excellent story of Army infantry with a grunt's eye-view of battles, with auxiliary note regards the basis of the story in a real operation by units of the 101st in 1970. <<Newman 231>>.

1073. DEL VECCHIO, John M. THE 13TH VALLEY. NY: Bantam (1982).

1074. DELLINGER, Dave. MORE POWER THAN WE KNOW: The People's Movement Toward Democracy. Garden City: Doubleday, 1975.
Memoir by a key 60s radical & editor of `Liberation'.

1075. DELLINGER, Dave. REVOLUTIONARY NONVIOLENCE: Essays. Garden City: Anchor, 1971.
WWII, Viet Nam, Cuba, China, violence & the 60s radical movement, the assassination of Kennedy & King, the antiwar & civil rights movements, the 1968 Chicago Convention, etc. By the veteran pacifist & editor of <<Liberation>>.

1076. DELTON, Carol & Andrew Mazer. EVERYBODY'S GUIDE TO NON-REGISTRATION.

1077. DEMARIS, Ovid. RICHOCHET. NY: Scribner's, 1988.
Novel dealing with a crime boss out to destroy Frank Conti--cop's son, banker & Viet Nam Vet. <<Not in Newman>>.

1078. DeMILLE, Nelson. THE CHARM SCHOOL. NY: Warner, 1989.

1079. DeMILLE, Nelson. WORD OF HONOR. NY: Warner (1985).
Novel of court martial for war crimes in Viet Nam after a soldier from a rifle platoon reveals what they did in Hue 16 years earlier. <<Newman 317>>.

1080. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. BREAKING OUR CHAINS: Documents on the Vietnamese Revolution of August 1945.

1081. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. CATHOLICS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.

1082. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. COMMISSION FOR INVESTIGATION OF THE AMERICAN IMPERIALIST'S WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM. 1966.

1083. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. FOR THE CONSULTATIVE CONFERENCE.

1084. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. MOTHER & INFANT WELFARE IN VIETNAM. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1979.

1085. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. THE REUNIFICATION FO VIETNAM:(Documents of the Political Consultative Conference on National Reunification).

1086. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. VIET NAM & THE FAILURE OF THE U.S. WAR OF DESTRUCTION AGAINST THE D.R.V.N.

1087. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. VIETNAMESE FOLK TALES: Satire & Humor. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1990.

1088. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM COMMISSION FOR INVESTIGATION OF THE U.S. IMPERIALIST'S WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM. CHRONOLOGY OF THE VIETNAM WAR.

1089. DENGLER, Dieter. ESCAPE FROM LAOS. San Rafael: Presidio Press (1979).
Memoir of Navy pilot shot down in 1966 while flying missions over North Viet Nam, & his escape after five months of imprisonment & torture.

1090. DENGLER, Dieter. ESCAPE FROM LAOS. 1987.

1091. DENNIS, Charles. STONED COLD SOLDIER. London: Bachman & Turner (1973).
Satirical novel, a mystery of sorts, with such questions as `What was the purpose of the quonset hut?' By a Canadian author. <<Newman 122>>.

1092. DENTON, Jeremiah, Jr., w/Ed Brandt. WHEN HELL WAS IN SESSION. Lake Wylie: Hopper, 1982.
Personal account by a POW who spent 7 1/2 years in prison, later became a US Senator.

1093. DENTON, Jeremiah, Jr., w/Ed Brandt. WHEN HELL WAS IN SESSION. Lake Wylie: Hopper, 1982.
Personal account by a POW who spent 7 1/2 years in prison, later became a US Senator.

1094. DENTON, Jeremiah, Jr., with Ed Brandt. WHEN HELL WAS IN SESSION. NY: Readers Digest, 1976.

1095. DENTON, Jeremiah, Jr., with Ed Brandt. WHEN HELL WAS IN SESSION. Clover: Commissions Press (1976).
A POW narrative, by a Rear Admiral, & later a Senator, who was shot down in 1965 & was a POW for 7 years, including time at the Hanoi Hilton. Basis for an NBC TV movie starring Hal Holbrook.

1096. DENTON, Norris. THE S.M.I. -- 21. NY: Vantage, 1975.

1097. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. ARMED FORCES DECORATIONS & AWARDS. Washington: Dept of Defense, 1989.

1098. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. KNOW YOUR ENEMY: The Viet Cong. Washington: Dept of Defense, 1966.

1099. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. POW-MIA FACT BOOK.

1100. DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS. STUDIES ON VIETNAM. Canberra: The Department, 1965.

1101. DEPARTMENT OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS. VIETNAM. February 1966 to October 1966. Canberra: The Department, 1966.

1102. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. THE LEGALITY OF U.S. PARTICIPATION IN THE DEFENSE OF VIET-NAM. Washington: Department of State, 1966.

1103. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. VIET-NAM: THE 38TH dAY. Washington: Department of State, 1966.

1104. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. VIET-NAM: THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM. Washington: The Department, 1964.

1105. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE FAINED FROM OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN VIETNAM 1965-1966. Washington: Department of the Navy, 1967.

1106. DePONCINS, Gontran. FROM A CHINESE CITY. Garden City: Doubleday, 1957.
Picture of Cholon wracked by civil war in 1955.

1107. DERHO, John. THE ROCKY ROAD. San Luis Obispo: Man to Man, 1979.

1108. DERRICK, Lionel. PENETRATOR: Jungle Blitz. NY: Pinnacle, 1982.

1109. DERRICK, Lionel. THE PENETRATOR #1: The Target is H. NY: Pinnacle, 1973.

1110. DERRICK, Lionel. THE PENETRATOR #2: Blood on the Strip. NY: Pinnacle, 1977.
Copyright 1973.

1111. DERRICK, Lionel. THE PENETRATOR #8: Northwest Contact. NY: Pinnacle, 1975.

1112. DERRIG, Peter. BATTLEFIELD. NY: Paperback Library (1967).

1113. DERRIG, Peter. THE GLORY OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Paperback Library (1967).

1114. DERRIG, Peter. THE PRIDE OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Paperback Library (1966).

1115. DESCHAMPS. TAM TAM SUR LE MEEKONG AVEC LES GUERILLAS LAOTIENS.

1116. DEVANTER, Linda Van with Christopher Morgan. HOME BEFORE MORNING.

1117. DEVILLERS, Philippe. HISTOIRE DU VIET-NAM 1940-1952. Paris: Editions du Seuil (1952).

1118. DEVILLERS, Philippe & Jean Lacouture. END OF A WAR: Indochina. NY: Praeger, 1969.
The Geneva conference & its consequences.

1119. DEVILLERS, Philippe, see also under RIBOUD.

1120. deVILLIERS. MALKO NO. 8: Death on the River Kwai. NY: Pinnacle, 1975.

1121. DeVINE, Patrick. BLOOD BROTHERS. Phoenix: The English Factory, 1987.
Set in the battlefields of Viet Nam & the equally violent streets of Detroit, two soldiers are reunited in the horror of Viet Nam sharing the brotherhood of daily survival.

1122. DEWLIN, Al. NEXT OF KIN. Garden City: Doubleday, 1977.
Novel of the effect of the Viet Nam War on an `ordinary' Texas family.

1123. DEXTER, John. NO VIRGINS IN CHAM KY. San Diego: Corinth, 1967.
Soft-core porn.

1124. DI LEO, David L. GEORGE BALL, VIETNAM, & THE RETHINKING OF CONTAINMENT. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina, 1991.
Profiles Ball's opposition to the US role in Viet Nam & the impact of his dissent on the Kennedy, Johnson & Nixon administrations.

1125. DIBNER, Martin. THE TROUBLE WITH HEROES. Garden City: Doubleday, 1971.

1126. DICKASON, Christie. INDOCHINE. NY: Villard (1987).
Sweeping saga of Viet Nam, mostly in 50s-early 60s. Published in England in 1986 as `Dragon Riders.' <<Newman 350>>.

1127. DIDION, Joan. DEMOCRACY. NY: Simon & Schuster (1984).
Didion’s seventh book, fourth novel. Post-modernist novel set in Saigon during the last days of the Vietnam War, involving the wife of a politician & a covert operative. <<Newman 281, Pratt 150>>.

1128. DIEHL, William. HOOLIGANS. NY: Villard (1984).
Supercop, a former football hero, returns 20 years after leaving Viet Nam to clean his town up. Several chapters are flashbacks to Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

1129. DIEHL, William. HOOLIGANS. NY: Villard (1984).
Going back to Dunetown was worse than going to Vietnam. Supercop, a former football hero, returns 20 years after leaving Viet Nam to clean his town up. Several chapters are flashbacks to Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

1130. DIEHL, William. THAI HORSE. NY: Villard (1987).
30. F/F. LOPEZ 1990/1436.$30. ARC, F. LOPEZ 1990.$30. DJ. ASSOCIATES 1992.

1131. DIEM, See BUY OR BUI DIEM

1132. DIETZ, Terry. REPUBLICANS & VIETNAM, 1961-1968. NY: Greenwood (1986).
From the series `Contributions in Political Science,' this being #146.

1133. DiFUSCO, John, et al. TRACERS. NY: Hill & Wang (1986).
A play about Viet Nam conceived by Difusco & written by members of the original cast -- all Viet Nam veterans. Hardcover trade edition is said to be scarce. <<Newman 710>>.

1134. DiFUSCO, John, et al. TRACERS. NY: Dramatic Play Service, 1987.
A play about Viet Nam conceived by Difusco & written by members of the original cast -- all Viet Nam veterans.

1135. DiFUSCO, John, et al. TRACERS. NY: Hill & Wang (1986).

1136. DiFUSCO, John, et al. TRACERS. NY: Hill & Wang (1986).
A play about Viet Nam conceived by Difusco & written by members of the original cast -- all Viet Nam veterans. <<Newman 710>>.

1137. DILLARD, Walter Scott. SIXTY DAYS TO PEACE. Washington: National Defense, 1982.

1138. DINH, Tran Van. NO PASSENGER ON THE RIVER. NY: Vantage (1965).

1139. DiPRIMA, Diane (ed). WAR POEMS. NY: Poets Press (1968).
Poems by Corso, DiPrima, Ginsberg, Snyder, Creeley, & others.

1140. DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ARCHIVES & LIBRARIES. NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VIETNAM. Saigon: 1969.
Listing of 212 items.

1141. DIRECTORATE OF NATIONAL ARCHIVES & LIBRARIES. NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VIETNAM. Saigon: 1970.
A work in Vietnamese, listing of 317 items.

1142. DITTMAR, Linda & Gene Michaud (eds). FROM HANOI TO HOLLYWOOD: The Vietnam War in American Film. New Brunswick: Rutgers University (1990).
Representations of the Vietnam War in film & television reporting, including a detailed chronology charting the relationship between major events & the release of American war films.

1143. DO VAN MINH. VIETNAM: Where East Meets West. NY: Paragon, 1968.

1144. DO Vang Ly. AGGRESSIONS BY CHINA: (A Peep into the History of Vietnam)

1145. DOAN Trong Truyen & Pham Tran vinh. BUILDING AN INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ECONOMY IN VIETNAM.

1146. DOAN Van Toai & David Chanoff. THE VIETNAMESE GULAG. NY: Simon & Schuster (1986).

1147. DOANE, Michael. THE SURPRISE OF BURNING. NY: Knopf, 1988.
Novel of lost identity, set partly in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

1148. DOBBINS, Richard & Evan Slawson. EXTREME PREJUDICE. London: Headline Books, 1987.

1149. DOBYNS, Stephens. A BOAT OFF THE COAST. NY: Viking (1987).
A novel of drug traffic in a small town in Maine; the main character is a Viet Nam vet having trouble readjusting to civilian life. By a versatile award-winning poet & author of mainstream books such as this & the `Saratoga' detective series.

1150. DODD, Susan. NO EARTHLY NOTION. NY: Viking (1986).
Novel of a woman caring for a shell-shocked Viet Nam vet (her brother). With DJ praise by Elie Wiesel, Andre Dubus, Josephine Humphreys & James A. McPherson.

1151. DODGE, Ed. DAU. NY: Macmillan (1984).
A soldier returns stateside to find he's lost his lover, his pals & his mind (Dau is Vietnamese for pain). Dodge served in Viet Nam 1967-68 & this is his first book. <<Newman 282>>.

1152. DODSON, Keith A. (ed). BBQ'ED POETRY: The Anthology. Long Beach: P.O. Press, 1989.
Includes Elliot Richman's 'Barbeque on the Fourth of July' & 'the Real Firebase' by Bill Shields.

1153. DOLINER, Roy. THE THIN LINE. NY: Crown (1980).
CIA novel partly set in Viet Nam in 1963, where three agents are left out in the cold by The Company when it abandons its heroin operation. Not in Newman.

1154. DOLLERUP, Preben & Ebbe Reich. VIETNAM KRIGEN I PERSPEKTIV. Kobenhavn: Rhodos, 1966.

1155. DOMMEN, Arthur J. CONFLICT IN LAOS: The Politics of Neutralization. NY: Praeger (1971).

1156. DONAHUE, James C. NO GREATER LOVE: A Day with the Mobile Guerilla Force in Vietnam. Canton, OH: Daring Books (1988).

1157. DONLON, Roger H.C. as told to Warren Rogers. OUTPOST OF FREEDOM. NY: McGraw-Hill (1965).
Autobiographical account by a Green Beret captain who won the Congressional Medal of Honor. He was commander of Special Forces Team A-726. Foreword by Robert F. Kennedy.

1158. DONLON, Roger H.C. as told to Warren Rogers. OUTPOST OF FREEDOM. NY: Avon (1966).
Autobiographical account by a Green Beret captain who won the Congressional Medal of Honor in Viet Nam.

1159. DONOVAN, David. ONCE A WARRIOR KING. NY: McGraw-Hill (1985).
Pseudonym for a former Army 1st lieutenant in Viet Nam, an autobiographical account of one who assimilated part of Vietnamese culture to the degree that he was initiated into the `warrior kings,' an honorary brotherhood.

1160. DONOVAN, Robert J. NEMESIS: Truman & Johnson in the Coils of War in Asia. NY: St. Martins/Marek (1984.

1161. DOOLEY, Dr. Tom. THREE GREAT BOOKS: Deliver Us From Evil, The Edge of Tomorrow, The Night They Burned the Mountain. NY: Farrar Straus & Cudahy, nd.

1162. DOOLEY, Thomas A. BEFORE I SLEEP: The Last Days of Dr. Tom Dooley. NY: Farrar, Strauss & Cudahy (1961).

1163. DOOLEY, Thomas A. DELIVER US FROM EVIL. NY: Farrar Straus & Cudahy (1956).
Navy doctor's experience setting up refugee camps in Viet Nam. His first book. IN STOCK?????????????????

1164. DOOLEY, Thomas A. DOCTOR TOM DOOLEY, MY STORY. Ariel, 1962.

1165. DOOLEY, Thomas A. DR. TOM DOOLEY'S THREE GREAT BOOKS. FSG, 1960.

1166. DOOLEY, Thomas A. EDGE OF TOMORROW NY: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy (1958).

1167. DOOLEY, Thomas A. NIGHT THEY BURNED THE MOUNTAIN. NY: FSG (1960).

1168. DOOLITTLE, Jerome. BOMBING OFFICER. NY: Dutton (1982).
Novel of an Embassy officer responsible for bombing targets in Laos emerges from his office to discover the tangled web of the war & the consequences of constant coverups & tries to do something about it. By a former press attache to the US Embassy in Laos until he resigned in 1970. Mystery writer Doolittle also wrote <<Body Scissors>>. <<Newman 232>>.

1169. DOOLITTLE, Jerome. BOMBING OFFICER. NY: Dutton (1982).
Novel of an Embassy officer responsible for bombing targets in Laos emerges from his office to discover the tangled web of the war & the consequences of constant coverups & tries to do something about it. By a former press attache to the US Embassy in Laos until he resigned in 1970. Mystery writer Doolittle also wrote <<Body Scissors>>. <<Newman 232>>.

1170. DORE. LE PARTAGE DU MEKONG.

1171. DORGELES. ON THE MANDARIN ROAD.

1172. DORR, Robert E. VIETNAM COMBAT FROM THE COCKPIT. Osceola: Motorbooks International, 1989.
Remembrances of 30 combat fliers. Includes 80 full-color photos of the planes they flew.

1173. DORR, Robert E. VIETNAM MIG KILLERS: Deadly Duel Over Vietnam. Osceola: Motorbooks International, 1988.
Color photo book on aircraft of the war, with brief text.

1174. DORSET, Gerald. TRIPS THROUGH TIME. Tudor City: New England Press, 1979.
Poems, including Viet Nam War-related: 'Yunnan Meets Laos,' 'The Pagodas of Hue,' 'Domino Theory Game After,' 'On the firing Line' & others.

1175. DOUGAN, Clark & Weiss. THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN VIETNAM. Boston: 1988.
A throrough recounting from the defeat of the French at Dien Bien Phu to the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial.

1176. DOUGLAS, Ray. PASSION TO DISASTER. (Fresno): National Library (1969).
Homosexual erotica w/a Viet Nam setting. Unusual & scarce. Not in Newman.

1177. DOWDY, Homer E. BAMBOO CROSS.

1178. DOWNS, Frederick. NO LONGER ENEMIES, NOT YET FRIENDS: An American Soldier Returns to Vietnam. NY: Pocket, 1993.
Downs lost an arm in Viet Nam, & is director of the Prosthetic & Sensory Aids Service for the Veterans Administration.

1179. DOWNS, Frederick. THE KILLING ZONE: My Life in the Vietnam War. NY: Norton (1978).
Important & powerful personal account by a veteran seriously injured in Viet Nam.

1180. DOWNS, Frederick, Jr. AFTERMATH: A Soldier's Return From Vietnam, 1968. NY: Norton (1984).
Autobiographical account of a wounded vet's return home & agonizing recovery after stepping on a land mine at Duc Pho in 1967. Sequel to `The Killing Zone'. Excellent book.

1181. DOWNS, Hunter. THE COMPASSIONATE TIGER. NY: Putnam (1960).
Novel of struggle in Indochina in 1954 just after Dien Bien Phu. Uncommon early novel of the Indochina war aftermath.

1182. DOWNS, Hunton. THE OPIUM STRATAGEM. NY: Bantam, 1973.

1183. DOZOIS, Gardner. THE VISIBLE MAN. NY: Berkley, 1977.
Includes his science fiction short story 'A Dream at Noonday'.

1184. DOZOIS, Gardner (ed). THE YEAR'S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: 3rd Annual Collection. NY: Blue Jay, 1986.
Includes Karen Joy Fowler's 'The Lake Was Full of Artificial Things' & Lewis Shiner's 'The War at Home'.

1185. DOZOIS, Gardner (ed). THE YEAR'S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: 4th Annual Collection. NY: St. Martin's, 1987.
Includes Lucius Shepard's story 'R'n'R'.

1186. DOZOIS, Gardner see also ORBIT 7 edited by Damon Knight.
Includes his short story 'A Dream at Noonday'.

1187. DRAKE, David. HAMMER'S SLAMMERS: Rolling Hot. NY: Baen, 1989.
Future war, reminiscent of the Tet Offensive, according to 'Publisher's Weekly'.

1188. DRAKE, David, see under Joe Haldeman, BODY ARMOR: 2000 & Stuart David Schiff WHISPERS IV.
Includes David Drake's 'Contact!' & 'The Dancer in the Flames'.

1189. DRAMESI, Lt. Col. John A. CODE OF HONOR. NY: Norton (1975).
`Shot down over North Vietnam, he refused to accept defeat, & led the only organized escape from Hanoi prison.' --from the jacket.

1190. DRAPER, Hal & Kim Moody. THE FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE IN VIETNAM. Berkeley: Independent Socialist Club (1966).

1191. DRENDEL, Lou. AIR WAR OVER SOUTHEAST ASIA: A Pictorial Record, Vol 1: 1962-1966. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal Publications, 1982.
Photos & drawings of aircraft used during this period, with informative text.

1192. DRENDEL, Lou. AIR WAR OVER SOUTHEAST ASIA: A Pictorial Record, Vol 2: 1967-1970. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal Publications, 1983.
Photos & drawings of aircraft used during this period, with informative text.

1193. DRENDEL, Lou. AIRCRAFT OF THE VIETNAM WAR: A Pictorial Review. NY: Aero, 1980.
Depicts different aircraft types used, from fighters to support aircraft.

1194. DRENDEL, Lou. AND KILL MIGS: Air to Air Combat in the Vietnam War. Warren: Squadron/Signal Publications, 1974.
An account, based on interviews with pilots who downed migs, of an aspect of the war given little attention. Includes a listing of MIGs downed, dates, pilots involved, & types of aircraft involved.

1195. DRENDEL, Lou. THE AIR WAR IN VIETNAM.

1196. DRINAN, Robert F., S.J. VIETNAM & ARMAGEDDON: Peace, War & the Christian Conscience.

1197. DRURY, Richard S. MY SECRET WAR. (NY) St. Martin’s (1986).
Drury’s experiences as an A-1 Skyraider combat pilot over Vietnam & Laos. Cover praise by Ernest K. Gann & Barry Goldwater.

1198. Du BERRIER, Hilaire. BACKGROUND TO BETRAYAL: The Tragedy of Vietnam. Boston: Western Islands (1965).
Right-wing tract with communists everywhere.

1199. Du BERRIER, Hilaire. BACKGROUND TO BETRAYAL: The Tragedy of Vietnam.

1200. DUAN Le. THE VIETNAMESES REVOLUTION. Hanoi: Foreign Language Press, 1970.

1201. DUBUS, Andre. THE LAST WORTHLESS EVENING. Boston: Godine (1986).
Includes the story 'Dressed Like Leaves,' a powerful story of an encounter between an 11 year-old boy & a Viet Nam vet.

1202. DUBUS, Andre. THE LIEUTENANT. NY: Dell, 1968.

1203. DUDMAN, Richard. 40 DAYS WITH THE ENEMY. NY: Liveright (1971).
Three journalists captured by the Viet Cong in Cambodia.

1204. DUDMAN, Richard. 40 DAYS WITH THE ENEMY. NY: Liveright (1971).

1205. DUDMAN, Richard. 40 DAYS WITH THE ENEMY. NY: Liveright (1971).

1206. DUFF, Peggy & Agit SINGH. VIETNAM: The Credibility Gap. Britain, 196?

1207. DUFFETT, John (ed). AGAINST THE CRIME OF SILENCE: Proceedings of the Russell International War Crimes Tribunal. Flanders: O'Hare, 1968.
The tribunal convened in Copenhagen, November 1967, with Bertrand Russell a prime mover in this effort.

1208. DUIKER, William J. COMINTERN & VIETNAMESE COMMUNISM.

1209. DUIKER, William J. THE COMMUNIST ROAD TO POWER IN VIETNAM. Boulder: Westview, 1981.
Analysis, from this right-wing publisher, of the political & social conditions in colonial Vietnam, then a tracing the formation of the Vietnamese Communist Party on through to the defeat of the US effort to maintain South Viet Nam in 1975.

1210. DUIKER, William J. THE COMMUNIST ROAD TO POWER IN VIETNAM. Boulder: Westview, 1981.
Analysis, from this right-wing publisher, of the political & social conditions in colonial Vietnam, then tracing the formation of the Vietnamese Communist Party on through to the defeat of the US effort to maintain South Viet Nam in 1975.

1211. DUIKER, William J. THE RISE OF NATIONALISM IN VIETNAM, 1900-1941.

1212. DUIKER, William J. VIETNAM SINCE THE FALL OF SAIGON. Athens: Ohio U, 1985.

1213. DUKES, Galen C. LOYALTIES. Ivey Books 1988.

1214. DUNCAN, David Douglas. I PROTEST! NY: Signet (1968).
Photo account/portrait of the Marines of the 26th Regiment by this reknowned photographer & fomer Marine in Korea. Shot during the eight days in February during the Khe Sanh siege, with short essay.

1215. DUNCAN, David Douglas. I PROTEST! NY: Signet (1968).
Photo account of the Khe Sanh siege, with a short 14 page essay.

1216. DUNCAN, David Douglas. WAR WITHOUT HEROES. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
The most famous volume of photos of the war, many appearing in `Life'. Documents Marine combat operations: Hanoi, Cua Viet, Con Thien, & Khe Sanh.

1217. DUNCAN, David Douglas. WAR WITHOUT HEROES.
SEE IN VIETNAM SECTION.

1218. DUNCAN, David Douglas see also periodical LIFE MAGAZINE, August 3, 1953, October 27, 1967 & Feb 23, 1968.
Photo reports by Duncan.

1219. DUNCAN, Don. DON DUNCAN SPEAKS OUT: Reprint of Don Duncan's Speech Given at a VDC Rally November 20, 1965. Berkeley & El Cerrito: Women for Peace, ca.1965.

1220. DUNCAN, Donald. THE NEW LEGIONS. NY: Random House (1967).
Scathing first person account by a Green Beret who quit, protesting US policy. See also his `Vietnam Primer,' issued by Ramparts magazine.

1221. DUNCAN, Donald. THE NEW LEGIONS. London: Gollanz, 1967.
Scathing first person account by Green Beret who quit, protesting US policy.

1222. DUNCAN, H.G. BROWN SIDE OUT: More [Marine Corps Sea-Stories]. Clearwater: D&S Publishers, 1981.
Stories from 1950-1979, including Viet Nam stories.

1223. DUNCAN, H.G. RUN IN CIRCLES. Gayle, 1982.

1224. DUNCAN, H.G. & W.T. Noore, Jr. GREEN SIDE OUT. D&S Publishers, 1980.

1225. DUNCAN, Robert. BENDING THE BOW. NY: New Directions, 1968.
Poems, including Viet Nam War-related: 'Up Rising' & 'The Soldiers'.

1226. DUNCAN, Robert L. CHINA DAWN. NY: Delacorte (1988).
One short chapter set in Saigon in April 1975. Not in Newman.

1227. DUNCANSON, Dennis J. GOVERNMENT & REVOLUTION IN VIETNAM. London, 1968.

1228. DUNN, Joe P. TEACHING THE VIETNAM WAR: Resources & Assessments. LA: Center for Study of Armament & Disarmament, California State U, 1990.
Treats the war as a microcosm of the forces of the 20th century world, a case study in recent foreign/national security processes & as central to understanding the social, cultural & political changes of the dynamic 1960s.

1229. DUNN, Mary Lois. THE MAN IN THE BOX: A Story from Vietnam. NY: McGraw-Hill (1968).

1230. DUNN, Mary Lois w/Ardath Mayhar. THE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT HORSE. NY: H&R (1983).
Very scarce.

1231. DUNSTAN, Simon. VIETNAM TRACKS: Armor in Battle, 1945-75. Novato: Presidio, 1982.
Includes six chapters on the French, South & North Vietnamese, Australians, & the US Army & Marines.

1232. DURAND, Loup. THE ANGKOR MASSACRE. NY: Morrow, 1983.
Novel of Cambodian revolution by a journalist who spent seven years in Cambodia & witnessed the 1969 revolution.

1233. DURAND, Maurice & Nguyen Tran Huan. AN INTRODUCTION TO VIETNAMESE LITERATURE. NY: Columbia U, 1985.
Durand died while the book was on press in 1966. This edition has added chapters by Huan.

1234. DURAS, Marguerite. A SEA OF TROUBLES. London: Methuen (1953).
Her first novel.

1235. DURAS, Marguerite. A SEA WALL. NY: FSG (1967).
Her first novel. Reissue of her first novel with new intro by Germain Bree.

1236. DURAS, Marguerite. L'AMANT. Le Editions de Minuit.
A novel published in the US as 'The Lover.' The setting is pre-war Indochina during the author's childhood.

1237. DURAS, Marguerite. THE LOVER. NY: Pantheon, 1985.
A novel first published as 'L'Amant'. The setting is pre-war Indochina during the author's childhood.

1238. DURAS, Marguerite. THE SEA WALL. NY: Pellegrini & Cudahy (1952).
Author's 1st book, set in French Indo-China during the war between the French & Viet Minh.

1239. DURDEN, Charles. NO BUGLES, NO DRUMS. NY: Viking (1976).
Author's first book, an underrated dark comedy. <<Newman 158>>.

1240. DURDEN, Charles. NO BUGLES, NO DRUMS. NY: Charter (1978).

1241. DURDEN, Charles. NO BUGLES, NO DRUMS. NY: Avon (1984).

1242. DURDEN, Charles. THE FIFTH LAW OF HAWKINS. NY: St. Martin's, 1990.
The continuing story of PFC Jaimie Hawkins from <<No Bugles, No Drums>> (which was selected as one of <<Firsts!>> top 25 novels of the Vietnam War).

1243. DURHAM, Harold. STRAWMAN. Zebra 1987.

1244. DURRANCE, Dick. WHERE WAR LIVES: A Photographic Journal of Vietnam. NY: Noonday, 1988.
A personal selection of photos taken by the author, 1967-68, while serving with the Army Special Photographic Office.

1245. DURSCHMIED, Erik. SHOOTING WARS: My Life as a War Cameraman, from Cuba to Iraq. NY: Pharos (1990).

1246. DUTTON, James S., Jr. UNDERGROUND. NY: Zebra/Scorpio, 1977.

1247. DYE, Dale. PLATOON. NY: Charter (1986).
A novel based on screenplay of movie by Oliver Stone. Both Stone & Dye are Viet Nam vets. <<Newman 351>>.

1248. DYE, Dale. PLATOON. NY: Charter (1986).
A novel based on screenplay of movie by Oliver Stone. Both Stone & Dye are Viet Nam vets. <<Newman 351>>.

1249. DYE, Dale. PLATOON.
A novel based on screenplay of movie by Oliver Stone. Both Stone & Dye are Viet Nam vets. <<Newman 351>>.

1250. DYE, Dale. RUN BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS. NY: Avon (1985).

1251. EASTLAKE, William. A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES FOR THE REVOLUTION. NY: Grove (1970).
Poetry & prose, roughly a third of it about the Viet Nam war.

1252. EASTLAKE, William. THE BAMBOO BED. NY: Simon & Schuster (1969).
Portrayal of the ambiguities of war zone life. Newman calls this book the closest approach to being the `Catch-22 of the Vietnam War.' <<Newman 69>>.

1253. EASTLAKE, William. THE BAMBOO BED. London: Michael Joseph (1970).

1254. EASTLAKE, William. THE BAMBOO BED. NY: Zebra (1971).
A fantasy of Viet Nam by an early Beat writer.
`Portrays the ambiguities of war zone life in what Newman calls the closest approach to being the <<Catch-22>> of the Vietnam War'. <<Newman 69>>.

1255. EASTLAKE, William. THE BAMBOO BED. NY: Avon (1985).
Portrays the ambiguities of war zone life in what Newman calls the closest approach to being the `Catch-22 of the Vietnam War'. <<Newman 69>>.

1256. EBERT, Alan. LONG WAY HOME. NY: Crown (1984).
Novel of the divisive effects of the war, as a vet returns from captivity to learn his brother deserted to Canada.

1257. EBY, Omar. A HOUSE ON HUE.

1258. EDDINGS, David. HIGH HUNT. NY: Ballantine, 1986.

1259. EDELL, Ed. A SPECIAL BREED OF MAN. Guilderland, NY: Ranger (1984).

1260. EDELMAN, Bernard (ed). DEAR AMERICA: Letters Home From Vietnam. NY: Norton (1985).
Compiled by the NY Vietnam Veterans Commission, later the basis for a documentary film. Edelman was a Marine Lieutenant commanding a platoon in mountains near Da Nang, & many of the letters are from Marines. DJ blurbs by Peter Arnett & Kurt Vonnegut.

1261. EDELMAN, Bernard (ed). DEAR AMERICA: Letters Home From Vietnam.
Compiled by the NY Vietnam Veterans Commission, later the basis for a documentary film. The editor was a Marine Lieutenant commanding a platoon in the mountains west of Da Nang, & many of the letters are from Marines.

1262. EDELSON, Julie. NO NEWS IS GOOD. SF: North Point, 1986.
As troops pour into Cambodia in 1970 Ruth Levin finds herself living next to a collective of antiwar activists & her husband in a mental institution. Sex, war, drugs, rock 'n' roll & how people affect each other's lives.

1263. EDEN, Anthony, Earl of Avon. TOWARD PEACE IN INDOCHINA. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966.
Thin book by the former Prime Minister of Great Britain, positing the 1954 Geneva Accords as the best model for resolving the Vietnam conflict -- back to square one -- which the US had done everything in its power to subvert & avoid, preferring al the death, destruction & mayhem to achieve less than the same results that could have been had peacefully.

1264. EDGAR, Ken. AS IF. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall (1973).
Novel of a scientist sent to Viet Nam. <<Newman 124>>.

1265. EDGERTON, Clyde. FLOATPLANE NOTEBOOKS. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1988.
A main character spends a portion of his time in Viet Nam.

1266. EDGERTON, Clyde. FLOATPLANE NOTEBOOKS. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1988.
A main character spends some of his time in Viet Nam.

1267. EDIGER, Max. A VIETNAMESE PILGRIMMAGE. Faith & Life 1978.
Collection of poetry & short stories, mostly by Ediger, during his tour as a Mennonite misssionary from 1971-76.

1268. EDIGER, Max, comp. RELEASE US FROM BONDAGE: Six Days in a Vietnamese Prison. Akron, PA: Peace Section, Mennonite Central Committee, 1974.

1269. Editor info not provided PRIZE STORIES 1987: The O. Henry Awards. Garden City: Doubleday, 1987.
Includes the short story 'The Village' by Jim Pitzen.

1270. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 1: Setting the Stage. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1981.

1271. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 10: South Vietnam on Trial; The Test of Vietnamization, 1970-1972. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1984.

1272. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 12: A Collision of Cultures. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1984.

1273. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 14: Rain of Fire; The Air War 1968-1975. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1985.

1274. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 16: The Fall of the South; The Communist Offensive of 1975. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1985.

1275. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 19: A War Remembered; Voices From Vietnam. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1986.

1276. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 2: Passing the Torch. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1981.

1277. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 3: Raising the Stakes. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1982.

1278. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 4: America Takes Over. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1982.

1279. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 5: Contagion of War. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1983.

1280. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 6: Nineteen Sixty-Eight. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1983.

1281. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 8: Combat Photographer. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1983.

1282. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol 9: Thunder From Above; The War in the Air Through 1968. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1984.

1283. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol ??: Fighting for Time. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1983.

1284. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol ??: Images of War. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1986.
This volume focuses on dramatic war photos, with text by Robert Stone.

1285. EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE. Vol ??: The Aftermath. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1985.

1286. EDITORS of Esquire. ESQUIRE: The Best of Forty Years. NY: McKay, 1974.
Includes the short story 'When Demirgian Comes Marching Home Again (Hurrah? Hurrah?)' (appears as 'Varoujan' in 'The Man-Eating Machine') by John Sack.

1287. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE. A VIETNAM PRIMER. np: np, nd [1967-8?]
Articles by Robert Scheer, Warren Hinckle, Marcus Raskin, Bernard Fall, Donald Duncan, Noam Chomsky, David Welsh, Sol Stern. The Frank Church interview (in the 1966 edition) has been dropped, & the author biography inside the rear wrap shows the date 1967. Also the cover illustration is 2 1/2 inches tall with title & publisher in smaller print than similar cover with small illustration & large lettering.

1288. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE. RAMPARTS VIETNAM PRIMER. (SF): (Ramparts) (1966).
There were many printings, two apparently issued in 1966, identical but for the cover. This has Donald Duncan on the cover with `I Quit!' & `Ramparts' as part of the title. These were dropped in later printings (as was an interview with Senator Frank Church in still later printings, & replaced by an additional article by Robert Scheer). Articles by Scheer, Warren Hinckle, Marcus Raskin, Bernard Fall, & Duncan.

1289. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE. RAMPARTS VIETNAM PRIMER. (SF): (Ramparts) (1966).
Identical with the other 1966 printing (except `Ramparts' & Duncan do not appear on the cover & publisher name added (this is the format for later issues as well). Articles by Robert Scheer, Warren Hinckle, Marcus Raskin, Bernard Fall, Donald Duncan, with an interview with Senator Frank Church (dropped in still later printings & replaced with an article by Scheer). Cover illustration is almost 1 3/4 inches with larger lettering than subsequent 2nd edition.

1290. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE. RAMPARTS VIETNAM PRIMER. (SF): (Ramparts) (1966).
There were many printings, two apparently issued in 1966, identical but for the cover. This has Donald Duncan on the cover with `I Quit!' & `Ramparts' as part of the title. Price, as printed, was 60 cents. These were dropped in later printings (as was an interview with Senator Frank Church in still later printings, & replaced by an additional article by Robert Scheer). Articles by Scheer, Warren Hinckle, Marcus Raskin, Bernard Fall, & Duncan.

1291. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE. (Robert Scheer, Donald Duncan, Warren Hinckle) A VIETNAM PRIMER. np: np, nd [1967-8?]
Articles by Robert Scheer, Warren Hinckle, Marcus Raskin, Bernard Fall, Donald Duncan, Noam Chomsky, David Welsh, Sol Stern. Frank Church interview (in the 1966 edition) has been dropped, & the author biography inside the rear wrap shows the date 1967. Also the cover illustration is 2 1/2 inches tall with title & publisher in smaller print than similar cover with small illustration & large lettering.

1292. EDITORS OF RAMPARTS MAGAZINE with Banning Garrett & Katherine Barkley. TWO, THREE...MANY VIETNAMS: A Radical Reader on the Wars in SE Asia & the Conflicts at Home. SF: Canfield Press, (1971).
'A radical reader on the wars in SE Asia & the conflicts at home.'

1293. EDWARDS, Ellis. OPERATION GOLDEN BUDDHA. Boulder: Paladin, 1985.

1294. EFFROS, William G. QUOTATIONS VIETNAM: 1945-1970 NY: Random House (1970).
We've seen this listed as high as 30. bucks by a number of stores.

1295. EGAN, Eileen. WHAT ARE THE ELDERS OF THEIR VILLAGES THINKING? Vietnamese Villages Under Fire. (NY): (PAX) [1968ff].
Verse play w/short essay.

1296. EGENDORF, Arthur. HEALING FROM THE WAR: Trauma & Transformation After Vietnam. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1985.

1297. EHRHART, W.D. A GENERATION OF PEACE NY: New Voices, 1975.
The author's first book, 27 tough poems on the insanity of war by this ex-Marine & anti-war activist. A predominate Viet Nam poet (along with Balaban). <<Newman 648, 655>>.

1298. EHRHART, W.D. AWKWARD SILENCE. (Stafford): Northwoods (1980).
Poetry by a former Marine Sergeant in Viet Nam. <<Newman 663>>.

1299. EHRHART, W.D. EMPIRE. Richford: Samisdat, 1978.
Issued by <<Samisdat>> (Volume 17, #3). The text consists wholly of Ehrhart's poems. Two poems quite specific to the war in Viet Nam/Cambodia (`Letter to a north Vietnamese soldier...', `Vietnamese-Cambodian War', with others touching on those wars or war in general.

1300. EHRHART, W.D. GOING BACK: A Poet Who Was Once a Marine Returns to Vietnam. (Wallingford): (Pendle Hill) (1987).
Prose account of author's return to Viet Nam many years after the war, along with poems written for the occasion.

1301. EHRHART, W.D. MARKING TIME. NY: Avon (1986).
Poet Bill Ehrhart went to Viet Nam as a 17 year old Marine, got a chest covered with medals before returning to the US to protest the war. The first volume in a trilogy of his memoirs, recently reissued as <<Passing Time>>.

1302. EHRHART, W.D. MATTERS OF THE HEART. (Easthampton): Adastra (1981).
Poetry. Not in Newman.

1303. EHRHART, W.D. OUTER BANKS. (Easthampton): Adastra (1984).

1304. EHRHART, W.D. THE SAMISDAT POEMS. Richmond: Samisdat, 1980.
A collection reprinting & revising his first 3 books plus new poems, many about the war. <<Newman 664>>.

1305. EHRHART, W.D. TO THOSE WHO HAVE GONE HOME TIRED. NY: Thunders Mouth, 1984.
Poetry which portrays the feelings of a combat soldier at home & at war in a stark, clipped verse. <<Newman 678; Pratt>>.

1306. EHRHART, W.D. VIETNAM -- PERKASIE: A Combat Marine Memoir. Jefferson: McFarland (1983).

1307. EHRHART, W.D. VIETNAM -- PERKASIE: A Combat Marine Memoir. NY: Zebra (1985).
The poet armed with an M-16.

1308. EHRHART, W.D. WAITING FOR WORD FROM ALASKA. (np): Warthog Press (1982).
Poem written to a brother, much about their differences about Viet Nam.

1309. EHRHART, W.D. WINTER BELLS. Easthampton: Adastra, 1988.
Poetry, some of it about the war. Not in Newman.

1310. EHRHART, W.D. (ed). CARRYING THE DARKNESS: American Indochina -- The Poetry of the Vietnam War. NY: Avon, 1985.

1311. EHRHART, W.D. (ed). CARRYING THE DARKNESS: The Poetry of the Vietnam War. (Lubbock): Texas Tech U Press, 1989.
Includes corrections & emended subtitle.

1312. EHRHART, W.D. (ed). TO THOSE WHO HAVE GONE HOME TIRED: New & Selected Poems. NY: Thunder's Mouth, 1984.

1313. EHRHART, W.D. (ed). UNACCUSTOMED MERCY: Soldier-Poets of the Vietnam War. Lubbock: Texas Tech, 1989.

1314. EHRLICH, Jack. CLOSE COMBAT. NY: Pocket (1969).

1315. EICKHOFF, Randy Lee. A HAND TO EXECUTE. NY: Walker, 1987.
Novel of a reporter in Saigon & Nha Trang during the early buildup of the war. His girlfriend is a military clerk.

1316. EILERT, Rick. FOR SELF & COUNTRY. NY: William Morrow (1983).
Memoir of a young, severely wounded, Marine corporal. He spent a year at Ward Three South at Great Lakes Naval Hospital.

1317. EILERT, Rick. FOR SELF & COUNTRY. NY: Pocket, (1984).
Five months in Vietnam, a lifetime of healing. Memoir of a young teenager, a Marine corporal severely wounded by a grenade. He spent a year at Ward Three South at Great Lakes Naval Hospital.

1318. EILERT, Rick. FOR SELF & COUNTRY. NY: Pocket, (1984).
Five months in Vietnam, a lifetime of healing. Memoir of a young teenager, a Marine corporal severely wounded by a grenade. He spent a year at Ward Three South at Great Lakes Naval Hospital.

1319. EINBINDER, Harvey. MAH NAME IS LYNDON. NY: Lady Bird Press (1968).
Satirical play attacking LBJ's failure to stop the war. Not in Newman.

1320. EISEN-BERGMAN, Arlene. WOMEN OF VIET NAM. SF: Peoples Press (1974).
Collectively edited & produced by Susan Adelman, Arlene Eisen-Bergman, Diana Block, Peggy Johnson, Jan Norling, Peggy Tucker. Illustrated by Jane Norling. Women's liberation struggles in both North & South Viet Nam. Many poems included. Eisen-Bergman taught Women's Studies at San Jose State.

1321. EISEN-BERGMAN, Arlene. WOMEN OF VIET NAM. SF: Peoples Press (1974,75).
Collectively edited & produced by Susan Adelman, Arlene Eisen-Bergman, Diana Block, Peggy Johnson, Jan Norling, Peggy Tucker. Illustrated by Jane Norling. Women's liberation struggles in both North & South Viet Nam. Many poems included. Eisen-Bergman taught Women's Studies at San Jose State.

1322. EISEN-BERGMAN, Arlene. WOMEN OF VIET NAM. SF: Peoples Press (1974,75).
Collectively edited & produced by Susan Adelman, Arlene Eisen-Bergman, Diana Block, Peggy Johnson, Jan Norling, Peggy Tucker. Illustrated by Jane Norling. Women's liberation struggles in both North & South Viet Nam. Many poems included. Eisen-Bergman taught Women's Studies at San Jose State.

1323. EISEN-BERGMAN, Arlene (ed). FROM WOMEN IN PRISON HERE TO WOMEN OF VIET NAM: We Are Sisters. SF: Peoples Press, ca 1974.

1324. EITZ, Maria. DARK RICE.

1325. EKERT-ROTHOLZ, Alice. THE TIME OF THE DRAGONS. NY: Viking, 1958.
A novel starting in Shanghai 1925, set in Japanese occupied SE Asia, & ending in postwar Paris in 1955.

1326. EKERT-ROTHOLZ, Alice. THE TIME OF THE DRAGONS. NY: Signet, 1958.

1327. EL MUSE COMIENZO. TRUE POEMS THAT TELL IT LIKE IT REALLY IS. np: np, [197?].
Includes 'V.A. Dope Patients in V.A. Psychiatric Wards'.

1328. ELEGANT, Robert. A KIND OF TREASON. NY: HRW (1966).
Suspense novel on CIA & a journalist in Viet Nam by a journalist who lived there. <<Newman 9>>.

1329. ELEGANT, Robert. A KIND OF TREASON. NY: Avon (1967).

1330. ELEGANT, Robert. THE DRAGON'S SEED. NY: St. Martin's (1959).
About the growing power of Chinese communist in SE Asia & the threat they pose to the West, by a veteran observer of the area who later turned novelist.

1331. ELFORD, George Robert. DEVIL'S GUARD. NY: Dell (1985).
"The incredible story behind the French Foreign Legion's Nazi batallion in Indochina." Account by a former Nazi SS officer who spent four years as part of the batallion there. Made the original publisher so nervous, the hardback printing had an extraordinary publisher’s disclaimer on the dust jacket. Scarce.

1332. ELFORD, George Robert. DEVIL'S GUARD. NY: Delacorte (1971).
"The incredible story behind the French Foreign Legion's Nazi batallion in Indochina." Account by a former Nazi SS officer who spent four years as part of the batallion there. Made the publisher so nervous, this hardback printing has an extraordinary publisher’s disclaimer on the dust jacket. Very scarce.

1333. ELKINS, Frank C. HEART OF A MAN. NY: Norton (1973).
Six-month diary of an A-4 Skyhawk naval bomber pilot killed over N. Viet Nam in 1966.

1334. ELLIOT, Ellen. VIETNAM NURSE. (NY): Acadia House (1968).

1335. ELLIOTT, Lawrence. THE LEGACY OF TOM DOOLEY. Cleveland: World (1969).

1336. ELLISON, Harlan. DEATHBIRD STORIES. NY: Dell, 1976.
Includes the Viet Nam War-related 'Basilisk'.

1337. ELLISON, Harlan. DEATHBIRD STORIES. London: Millington, 1978.
Includes the Viet Nam War-related 'Basilisk'.

1338. ELLISON, James Whitfield. THE SUMMER AFTER THE WAR. NY: Dodd Mead (1972).
Novel of a writer back from Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

1339. ELLSBERG, Daniel. PAPERS ON THE WAR. NY: Simon & Schuster (1972).
Collection of articles written after reading the Pentagon Papers in 1969, strongly colored by the author's personal experience as a participant, observer & critic of U.S. policy-making in Viet Nam.

1340. ELLSBERG, Daniel. PAPERS ON THE WAR. NY: Touchstone.

1341. ELLSBERG, Daniel. PAPERS ON THE WAR. NY: Pocket, 1972.

1342. ELMAN, Richard. TAXI DRIVER. NY: Bantam 1976.
Based on the screenplay by Paul Schrader. Viet Nam vet working as a cabbie goes on a rampage.

1343. ELY, Scott. STARLIGHT. NY: Weidenfeld & Nicolson (1987).
The author's first combat novel. An hallucinatory bond develops between a radioman & a sniper when a starlight scope, used in night sniping, is found to have mystical powers, detecting those about to die. Ely is a vet & also wrote <<Pit Bull>>. <<Newman 386>>.

1344. EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. VIET-NAM. Washington: Press & Information Division, ca. 1958.
Depicts progress made during the first two years after Diem was 'elected' President.

1345. EMERICK, Kenneth Fred. WAR RESISTERS CANADA: The World of the American Military-Political Refugees.

1346. EMERSON, Gloria. WINNERS & LOSERS. NY: Random House (1976).
Tough, analytical account based on personal experience by this NYT reporter. Winner of National Book Award.

1347. EMERSON, Gloria, see also under Robert Stone.

1348. EMERSON, Gloria see also under Robert Stone `Deeds of War.'

1349. EMERSON, Zack. WELCOME TO VIETNAM ECHO COMPANY NO. 1. NY: Scholastic, 1991.
Novel for young adults depicting the human side of soldiers.

1350. EMMETT, Robert. AMERICAN AVENGER #2: Ride the Tiger. (NY): Signet (1982).
`Mike McVeigh plunges into Thailand's golden Triangle--on a mission of no mercy!'. Not specifically Viet Nam war related, but has the CIA & the Red Chinese clashing all over Asia during this period.

1351. ENGELMANN, Larry. TEARS BEFORE THE RAIN: An Oral History of the Fall of South Vietnam. NY: Oxford, 1990.

1352. ENGENDORF, Arthur. HEALING FROM THE WAR: Trauma & Transformation After Vietnam. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985.
Treating war trauma, by psychologist & Viet Nam vet. The author was coordinator of the first vet rap groups in NYC from 1970-74 & collaborated with Robert Lifton when Lifton was researching/writing `Home From the War.' Egendorf, in Army Intelligence in Viet Nam, tells how he transformed the deep pain he felt upon his return & how he helped other vets do the same.

1353. ENGLAND, Barry. FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE. NY: Random House (1968).

1354. ENGLEBRECHT. REVOLT AGAINST WAR.

1355. ENGLEBRECHT, Charles V. GUNS FELL SILENT & THE WAR BEGAN.

1356. ENGLEHART, Stephen. THE POINT MAN. NY: Dell, 1981.

1357. ENGLISH, David & the Staff of the London Daily Express. DIVIDED THEY STAND: The American Election 1968. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall (1969).
Violence in the streets, an undeclared war in Viet Nam, political mavericks, racial strife, 'the ennui of Miami, the horror of Chicago' -- as seen from a British perspective.

1358. EPHEMERA). AIR DROP PROPAGANDA LEAFLETS.

1359. EPHEMERA). POSTAGE STAMP: Honoring Vietnam Veterans, Nov. 11, 1979.
First Day Cover of the stamp honoring vets, cancelled on the first day of issue on a special envelope produced for the occasion, with a painting of Vietnam scenes by Mel Crawford.

1360. EPSTEIN,Israel & Elsie Fairfax-Cholmeley. LAOS IN THE MIRROR OF GENEVA. Peking: New World Press, 1961.

1361. ERICKSON, Don & John L. Rotundo. CHARLIE RANGERS. NY: Ivy, 1989.
Focuses on a six-man team of Charlie Company, 75th Infantry. The authors were members, 1969-71.

1362. ERIKSSON, Erik & Mats Andersson. HIER IS NOORD-VIETNAM! Halsingborg: Sjaloom Odik, 1970.

1363. ESCHMANN, Karl J. LINEBACKER: The Untold Story of the Air Raids Over North Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1989.
Reprint of a monograph the author wrote on the Linebacker raids. Excellent bibliography & footnotes.

1364. ESHLEMAN, Clayton. WALKS. NY: Caterpillar (1967).
Poetry, not directly pertaining to the war; however the publisher has chosen as a logo a glyph representing 'a small napalmed Vietnamese child...until the end of the war.'

1365. ESPER, George. THE EYEWITNESS HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR 1961-1975. NY: 1983.
Photographic history with most photos from the Associated Press.

1366. ESTEP, James. COMANCHE 6: Company Commander in Vietnam. Novato: Presidio (1991).
Memoir of an officer who served four tours, as a special forces non-commissioned & commissioned officer, infantry company officer & an ARVN advisor. This is mostly about his initiation in the famed 1st Cavalry Division, 1967-68.

1367. ESTES, Jack. A FIELD OF INNOCENCE. Portland: Breitenbush (1987).

1368. ESZTERHAS, Joe & Michael D. Roberts. 13 SECONDS: Confrontation at Kent State. NY: Dodd, Mead (1970).

1369. ETCHESEN, Craig. THE RISE & DEMISE OF DEMOCRATIC KAMPUCHEA.

1370. ETCHISON, Dennis (ed). CUTTING EDGE. NY: St. Martin's, 1987.
Includes Joe Haldeman's short story 'The Monster'.

1371. ETHELL, Jeffery & Alfred Price. ONE DAY IN A LONG WAR: May 10, 1972, Air War, North Vietnam. NY: Random House (1989).
Two historians chronicle the resumption of bombing into North Viet Nam -- termed `Linebacker,’ a highly classified, Air Force/Navy operation. Includes first hand accounts & draws from official documents, etc.

1372. EVANS. YELLOW RAINMAKERS.

1373. EVANS, Barbara. CADUCEUS IN SAIGON: A Medical Mission to Viet-Nam. London: Hutchinson (1968).

1374. EVANS, Dale, see Dale Evans Rogers.

1375. EVANS, David Allen (ed). NEW VOICES IN AMERICAN POETRY. Cambridge: Winthrop, 1973.

1376. EVERETT, Arthur, Kethryn Johnson & Harry F. Rosenthal. CALLEY. NY: Dell, 1971.
The controversial case surrounding Calley’s role in the infamous My Lai massacre of civilians in Vietnam, by three Associated Press reporters.

1377. EVERETT, Percival. WALK ME TO THE DISTANCE. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1985.
Second novel by this African American author. A Vietnam vet just returned from the war ends up in Sluts Hole with a one-legged sheep rancher & her war orphan; they disappear & ...a posse is in order! Everett also wrote <<Cutting Lisa>> & the baseball novel <<Suder>>.

1378. EVERETT, Percival. WALK ME TO THE DISTANCE. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1985.
Second novel by this African American author. A Vietnam vet just returned from the war ends up in Sluts Hole with a one-legged sheep rancher & her war orphan; they disappear & ...a posse is in order! Everett also wrote <<Cutting Lisa>> & the baseball novel <<Suder>>.

1379. EWELL, Julian J. & Ira A. Hunt. SHARPENING THE COMBAT EDGE: The Use of Analysis to Reinforce Military Judgement. Washington: Department of the Army, 1974.

1380. EYRE, David. FLOAT. NY: Doubleday (1990).

1381. EYRE, David. FLOAT. NY: Doubleday (1990).

1382. EZELL, Edward C. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Personal Firepower. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Well illustrated, like most in this series, with informative text. The author, a specialist in this field, has written several small arms histories.

1383. FAINLIGHT, Ruth. DAYLIFE & NIGHTLIFE. London: Deutsch (1971).
Author's 1st book, a collection of stories, most with a feminist or political overtone. One story, `Dying for Vietnam,' is directly about anti-war activity.

1384. FALK, Richard A. CRIMES OF WAR. NY: Random House, 1971.
Collection of war crimes pieces issued after the Son My massacre.

1385. FALK, Richard A. THE VIETNAM WAR & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Vol 1. Princeton: Princeton U, 1968.

1386. FALK, Richard A. THE VIETNAM WAR & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Vol 3: The Widening Context. Princeton: Princeton U, 1972.

1387. FALK, Richard A. THE VIETNAM WAR & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Vol 4: The Concluding Phase. Princeton: Princeton U, 1976.

1388. FALK, Richard A. VIETNAM & INTERNATIONAL LAW. (Flanders, NJ): O'Hare, 1967.

1389. FALK, Richard A. (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Princeton: Princeton, 1968.
A collection of articles appraising the legal perspectives of the war with relevant historical background materials.

1390. FALK, Richard A. (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Princeton: Princeton, 1968.
Expanded edition, a collection of articles appraising the legal perspectives of the war with relevant historical background materials.

1391. FALK, Richard A. (ed). VIETNAM & INTERNATIONAL LAW. Princeton: Princeton, 1968.
Expanded edition, a collection of articles appraising the legal perspectives of the war with relevant historical background materials. Sponsored by the American Society of International Law. 4 volume pb reprint now 160. each vol from Books in Demand.

1392. FALK, Richard A., see also under CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF THE LAWYERS COMMITTEE ON AMERICAN POLICY TOWARDS VIETNAM.

1393. FALL, Bernard. ANATOMY OF A CRISIS: The Story of the Laotian Crisis of 1960-61. Doubleday, 1969.

1394. FALL, Bernard. DANCE OF DEATH. (Washington): (Library of Congress) (1946).

1395. FALL, Bernard. HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE: The Seige of Dien Bien Phu. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1967.
Panoramic study of the key battle of Indochina in 1954.

1396. FALL, Bernard. HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE: The Seige of Dien Bien Phu.

1397. FALL, Bernard. HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE: The Seige of Dien Bien Phu. NY: Vintage, 1968.

1398. FALL, Bernard. HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE: The Seige of Dien Bien Phu. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1966.
Panoramic study of the key battle of Indochina in 1954.

1399. FALL, Bernard. HELL IN A VERY SMALL PLACE: The Seige of Dien Bien Phu. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1967.
Scarce 1st issue of the classic history of siege of Dien Bien Phu.

1400. FALL, Bernard. LAST REFLECTIONS ON A WAR. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.
Posthumous collection of notes, articles & transcripts related to the Vietnam War, with an introduction by his wife.

1401. FALL, Bernard. LAST REFLECTIONS ON A WAR. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.
Posthumous collection of notes, articles & transcripts related to the Vietnam War, with an introduction by his wife.

1402. FALL, Bernard. LAST REFLECTIONS ON A WAR. NY: Schocken, (1972).
Posthumous collection of notes, articles & transcripts related to the Vietnam War, with an introduction by his wife.

1403. FALL, Bernard. STREET WITHOUT JOY. Harrisburg: Stackpole, 1961.
Very scarce in 1st edition. It took Lopez 12 years to locate a copy. A classic study of French stupidities in Viet Nam, many repeated with uncanny precision by the US in its inabality to handle guerilla warfare.

1404. FALL, Bernard. STREET WITHOUT JOY. Harrisburg: Stackpole (1967).
A classic study of French stupidity in Viet Nam. 4th & last edition -- & the best, revised & updated to include US involvement in Viet Nam, often a replay of French errors.

1405. FALL, Bernard. STREET WITHOUT JOY. Harrisburg: Stackpole.

1406. FALL, Bernard. STREET WITHOUT JOY. Harrisburg: Stackpole.

1407. FALL, Bernard. STREET WITHOUT JOY. Harrisburg: Stackpole, 1961.
Very scarce in 1st edition, any printing. A classic study of French stupidities in Viet Nam, many repeated with uncanny precision by the US in its inabality to handle guerilla warfare.

1408. FALL, Bernard. THE TWO VIET-NAMS: A Political & Military Analysis. NY: Praeger (1966).
The most exhaustive English language study of Vietnamese history & politics of its time.

1409. FALL, Bernard. THE TWO VIET-NAMS: A Political & Military Analysis. 1964.

1410. FALL, Bernard. THE VIET-NAM READER.

1411. FALL, Bernard. VIET-NAM WITNESS. London: Pall Mall, 1966

1412. FALL, Bernard. VIET-NAM WITNESS, 1953-66. NY: Praeger, 1966.
One of the more important books by Fall.

1413. FALL, Bernard. VIET-NAM WITNESS, 1953-66. NY: Praeger, 1966.
Uncommon in the first edition. One of the more important books by Fall.

1414. FALL, Bernard (ed). HO CHI MINH ON REVOLUTION.

1415. FALL, Bernard, et al. VIETNAM PRIMER.

1416. FALL, Bernard, see also under Marcus Raskin.

1417. FALLABELLA, J. Robert. VIETNAM MEMOIRS: A Passage to Sorrow.

1418. FALLACI, Oriana. EGOTISTS: 16 Surprising Interviews. Chicago: Regnery (1968).
Interviews, one with Nguyen Cao Ky; others with H. Rap Brown, Sammy Davis, Jr., Mailer, Geraldine Chaplin, Mary Hemingway, Ingrid Bergman, Hugh Hefner, Hitchcock, Fellini, et al.

1419. FALLACI, Oriana. INTERVIEW WITH HISTORY. NY: Liveright (1976).
Interviews with political figures such as Giap, Arafat, Kissinger, Thieu.

1420. FALLACI, Oriana. NOTHING & SO BE IT: A Personal Search for Meaning in War. Garden City: Doubleday, 1972.
Personal account of time in Viet Nam as a journalist.

1421. FANNING, Louis A. BETRAYAL IN VIETNAM. New Rochelle: Arlington House (1976).
Usual right-wing take from this right-wing publisher: crippled liberals made us turn tail & run.

1422. FARBER, Stephen & Marc Green. OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT: Art, Ego, & the Twilight Zone Case. NY: Morrow (1988).
Recounts the filming & trial resulting from the helicopter crash that killed Vic Morrow & a small child while filming a segment (supposedly taking place in Vietnam during the war). John Landis was director & Spielberg was a co-producer of the film. The book reveals the cynicism & ass-covering that pervades the film industry, especially when things go wrong.

1423. FARISH, Terry. FLOWER SHADOWS. NY: Morrow (1992).
Women's loss of innocence in a combat zone.

1424. FARRELL, Mike. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHT DAYS.

1425. FAULKNER, Frank. BAO CHI: The American News Media in Vietnam 1961-1975. Amherst: (n.p.) (n.d.).
Unpublished & unfinished book partly an account of the author's time in Viet Nam & partly a history of the American media there.

1426. FAVREAU, Dan. THUMBS UP. (Minneapolis: Montage Books, 1981).
Combat memoir by a 1967 draftee.

1427. FAWCETT, Brian. CAMBODIA: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow. NY: Grove (1988).
Short stories juxtaposed with an ongoing essay about Cambodia. <<Not in Newman>>.

1428. FAWCETT, Brian. CAMBODIA: A Book for People Who Find Television Too Slow. NY: Grove (1988).
Short stories juxtaposed with an ongoing essay about Cambodia. Viet Nam War-related title, <<not in Newman>>.

1429. FEDERATION DEMOCRATIQUE INTERNATIONALE DES FEMMES. VIETNAM, CAMBODGE, LAOS TEMOIGNAGES OCCUALIRES.

1430. FEIFFER, Jules. FEIFFER ON NIXON. NY: Random House (1974).
Cartoons spanning the years 1960-1974, on one of his favorites.

1431. FEIFFER, Jules. FEIFFER ON VIETNAM. NY: Student Peace Union, ca. 1967.

1432. FEINBERG, Abraham. RABBI FEINBERG'S HANOI DIARY. Don Mills: Longmans Canada, 1968.
Scarce account of a Rabbi who went to Hanoi with A.J. Muste & a South African Bishop. Listed at 125. bucks by one store in 1990.

1433. FEINBERG, Abraham. RABBI FEINBERG'S HANOI DIARY. Don Mills: Longmans Canada, 1968.

1434. FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION. AMERICA'S POLITICAL PRISONERS IN SOUTH VIETNAM: A `White Paper' on the Total Suppression of All Political Dissent by the Government of South Vietnam.

1435. FENTON, James. CHILDREN IN EXILE: Poems 1968-1984. NY: Vintage, 1984.

1436. FENTON, James, see GRANTA 15.

1437. FERBER, Michael & Staughton Lynd. THE RESISTANCE. 1971.

1438. FERBER, Michael & Staughton Lynd. THE RESISTANCE. Boston: Beacon Press, 1971.

1439. FERRANDINO, Joseph. FIREFIGHT. NY: Soho (1987).
Powerful & well-received novel of the Viet Nam war. The 101st Airborne in the Central Highlands. Author served with the 101st as an infantryman. <<Newman 387>>.

1440. FERRANDINO, Joseph. FIREFIGHT. NY: Pocket Books, (1989).
Powerful, well-received novel of the Viet Nam war. The 101st Airborne in the Central Highlands. Author's first novel; he served with the 101st as an infantryman. <<Newman 387>>.

1441. FICK, Carl. THE DANZIGER TRANSCRIPT. NY: Putnam's, 1971.

1442. FICK, Carl. THE DANZIGER TRANSCRIPT. NY: Dell, 1974.

1443. FIELD, Della (a/k/a Fanny Howe). VIETNAM NURSE. NY: Avon (1966).
Pseudonymous novel by Fanny Howe, now a poet & experimental novelist of some repute. <<Newman 10>>.

1444. FIELD, Michael. PREVAILING WIND: Witness in Indo-china. London: Methuen (1965).
Testimony of events in Laos, Cambodia, Viet Nam & Thailand since 1954.

1445. FIFIELD, Russell H. AMERICANS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.

1446. FIFIELD, Russell H. DIPLOMACY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA: 1945-1958. NY: Harper (1958).

1447. FIFIELD, Russell H. SOUTHEAST ASIA IN UNITED STATES POLICY. NY: Praeger/Council on Foreign Relations (1963).

1448. FIFTH SPECIAL FORCES GROUP (ABN), COMPANY B, S-5 SECTION. BASIC TERMINOLOGY: English, Vietnamese, Tarai, Rhade, Balmar.

1449. FIGLEY, Charles R. & Seymour Leventman (eds). STRANGERS AT HOME: Vietnam Veterans Since the War. NY: Praeger, 1980.
Detailed collection of articles on the problems of returned veterans.

1450. FINCHER, E.B. THE VIETNAM WAR. NY: Franklin Watts, 1980.
Textbook written for Junior High students.

1451. FISH, Lydia. THE LAST FIREBASE: A Guide to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Shippensburg: White Mane, 1987.

1452. FISHEL, Wesley R. PROBLEMS OF FREEDOM: South Vietnam Since Independence. East Lansing: MSU/Bureau of Social & Political Research (1961).
Papers presented at a conference on the subject. Contributers include Joseph Buttinger, Vu Van Thai & others.

1453. FISHEL, Wesley R. VIETNAM: Is Victory Possible?. NY: Foreign Policy Association, 1964.
Pamphlet in their 'Headline Series' designed to be used as a teaching aid for current affairs in high schools.

1454. FISHEL, Wesley R. (ed). VIETNAM: Anatomy of a Conflict. Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock Publishers (1968).
An extensive & broad ranging collection of contributors. Scarce.

1455. FISHEL, Wesley R. & T.A. Bisson. THE UNITED STATES & VIETNAM: Two Views.

1456. FISHER, Herb. DOCTOR DEATH. NY: Berkley, 1988.
Fiction involving a Viet Nam vet; an 18-page prologue set in Viet Nam & references to the war throughout.

1457. FITZGERALD, C.P. CHINA & SOUTHEAST ASIA SINCE 1945. (Camberwell, Australia): Longman (1973).

1458. FITZGERALD, Frances. FIRE IN THE LAKE: The Vietnamese & the Americans in Vietnam. London: Macmillan, 1972.
Massive, controversial book, hers was the first book from a general trade publisher to voice Vietnamese sides of the war. A bestseller, Book Club selection, winner of Pulitzer & National Book awards.

1459. FITZGERALD, Frances. FIRE IN THE LAKE: The Vietnamese & the Americans in Vietnam. Boston: Atlantic (1972).
Massive, controversial book, hers was the first book from a general trade publisher to voice Vietnamese sides of the war. A bestseller, Book Club selection, winner of Pulitzer & National Book awards. First edition is uncommon.

1460. FITZSIMMONS, Thomas (ed). CAMBODIA. New Haven: Hraf, 1957.

1461. FLANAGAN, John F. VIETNAM ABOVE THE TREETOPS: A Forward Air Controller Reports. NY: Praeger, 1992.
Memoir by an Air Force academy graduate & FAC who volunteered for Viet Nam in 1966.

1462. FLANAGAN, John F. VIETNAM ABOVE THE TREETOPS: A Forward Air Controller Reports. NY: Dell, 1993.
Memoir by an Air Force academy graduate & FAC who volunteered for Viet Nam in 1966.

1463. FLEMING, Stephen. THE EXILE OF SERGEANT NEN. Chapel Hill: Algonquin, 1986.
Novel of Vietnamese sergeant who fought for the French, then South Vietnamese & ends up a waiter in the U.S. <<Newman 352>>.

1464. FLEMING, Stephen see also periodical NEW VIRGINIA REVIEW.
Includes the short story 'Battleground' by Stephen Fleming.

1465. FLEMING, Thomas. OFFICERS' WIVES. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981.
The most ambitious historical novel of the war, a generational saga beginning in Korea & ending in the Viet Nam era, where American advisors are dedicated & honorable--& anti-war activists despicable. <<Newman 218; Pratt>>.

1466. FLESCH, Ron. REDWOOD DELTA. NY: Berkeley (1988).

1467. FLESCH, Ron. REDWOOD DELTA. NY: Berkeley (1988).

1468. FLETCHER, Harvey. VISIONS OF NAM. Raleigh: Jo-Ely, 1987.
Poems written by a former Marine in Korea & Viet Nam, based on his Viet Nam experience.

1469. FLOHR, Walter. THE LOTUS DECEPTION. NY: Ivy, 1989.

1470. FLOOD, Charles Bracelen. THE WAR OF THE INNOCENTS. NY: McGraw-Hill (1970).
Account of the author's year in Viet Nam with a bomber unit & an infantry battalion at the Cambodian border.

1471. FLOOD, Charles Bracelen. THE WAR OF THE INNOCENTS. NY: McGraw-Hill (1970).
Account of the journalist's year in Viet Nam with a bomber unit & an infantry battalion at the Cambodian border.

1472. FLOWERS, A.R. DE MOJO BLUES. NY: Ballantine (1987).

1473. FLOWERS, A.R. DE MOJO BLUES: De Quest of HighJohn de Conqueror. NY: Dutton (1985).
First novel by this African American, about the Vietnam inheritance of three black combat veterans. <<Newman 320>>.

1474. FLOYD, Bryan Alec. LONG WAR DEAD. NY: Avon (1976).
Poems about the war--each title bearing the name & rank of a dead Marine as an epitaph. <<Newman 651>>.

1475. FLOYD, Bryan Alec. THE LONG WAR DEAD. Sag Harbor: Permanent (1983).
Poems about the war -- each title bearing the name & rank of a dead Marine as an epitaph. <<Newman 651>>.

1476. FLYNN, Joseph. DIGGER. NY: Bantam, (1997).
Mystery novel of a Vietnam Vet 25 years back from the tunnels of Cu Chi who builds his own tunnels in his Illinois town. He thought the violence experienced in the war was behind him, but now finds otherwise. The author’s second novel.

1477. FLYNN, Robert. A PERSONAL WAR IN VIETNAM. (College Station): Texas A&M (1989).
By a correspondent, about two months with the Marines in a pacification program. Originally written in 1971 but not previously published.

1478. FLYNN, Robert. SEASONAL RAINS. San Antonia: Coronoa, 1986.
Short stories, including Viet Nam War-related 'The Killer,' 'The feelings of the Dead,' & 'Christmas in a Very Small Place'.

1479. FOLEY, Martha & David Burnett (eds). THE BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES OF 1969. NY: Ballantine, 1979.
Short stories, including John Bart Gerald's Viet Nam War-related 'Walking Wounded,' selected from 'Harper's Magazine'.

1480. FOLEY, Martha (ed). BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES 1973.

1481. FOLEY, Martha (ed). BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES 1974. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
Includes Agnes Boyer's Viet Nam war story `The Deserter'.

1482. FOLEY, Martha (ed). BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES 1976. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976.
Contains `Dietz at War' by Ward Just.

1483. FOLEY, Martha (ed). BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES 1977.

1484. FOLEY, Martha (ed).?????? BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES 1980. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1980.
Contains 'The First Clean Fact' by Larry Heinemann. <<Newman 551>>.

1485. FONER, Philip S. AMERICAN LABOR & THE INDOCHINA WAR: The Growth of Union Opposition. NY: International, 1971.

1486. FORBES, Cosmo. WHERE THE COBRA SINGS. NY: Macauley (1932).
Early novel of SE Asia, of an Englishman isolated on a Cambodian tea plantation.

1487. FORBES, John & Rober Williams. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Riverine Force. NY: Bantam, 1987.

1488. FORCHE, Carolyn. THE COUNTRY BETWEEN US. Port Townsend: Copper Canyon Press, 1981.

1489. FORD, Daniel. GO TELL THE SPARTANS. NY: Jove, 1979.

1490. FORD, Daniel. INCIDENT AT MUC WA. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.
The author's second book, an important & classic early novel of the war, made into the film <<Go Tell the Spartans>>. Ford was a journalist in Viet Nam. <<Newman 28>>.

1491. FORD, Daniel. INCIDENT AT MUC WA. London: Heinnemann, 1977.

1492. FORD, Daniel. INCIDENT AT MUC WA. NY: Pyramid (1968).
The author's second book, an important & classic early novel of the war, made into the film <<Go Tell the Spartans>>. Ford was a journalist in Viet Nam. <<Newman 28>>.

1493. FORD, Gary Douglas. 4/4: A LRP's Narrative. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Memoir. Ford volunteered in 1967 for a new LRP company & served in it for 17 months, as a team member & then as leader of the 4/4 team. He was part of Company F, 51st Infantry (Airborne).

1494. FORD, Herbert. NO GUNS ON THEIR SHOULDERS. Nashville: Southern Publishing (1968).
Personal accounts by Seventh Day Adventist medics in Viet Nam.

1495. FORD, Richard. THE ULTIMATE GOOD LUCK. Boston: HM, 1981.
Main character of this novel is a Viet Nam vet & his experience clearly colors his character.

1496. FOREIGN POLICY ASSOCIATION EDITORS. VIETNAM: Issues for Decision. NY: 1968.
A publication in the 'Headline Series' to be used in high schools as a teaching aid in current affairs.

1497. FORKNER, Ben & Patrick Samway (eds). STORIES OF THE MODERN SOUTH. NY: Penguin, 1984.
Includes the short story 'Testimony of Pilot' by Barry Hannah.

1498. FORT HOOD THREE DEFENSE COMMITTEE. THE FORT HOOD THREE: The Case of the Three GIs Who Said 'No' to the War in Vietnam. (No publisher information given by source).
A pamphlet presenting their case & the support they were receiving.

1499. FORTAS, Abe. CONCERNING DISSENT & CIVIL DISOBEDIANCE. NY: Signet, 1968.
A Justice of the Supreme Court discusses alternatives to violence when some say there was some; one wonders what it's application was to US military might in Viet Nam proper.

1500. FOSTER, Tad. THE VIETNAM FUNNY BOOK. SF: Presidio (1980).

1501. FOWLER, Joy Karen. ARTIFICIAL THINGS. NY: Bantam, 1986.
Short stories, including Viet Nam War-related 'The Lake Was Full of Artificial Things'.

1502. FOWLER, Karen Joy, see under Dozois, THE YEAR'S BEST SCIENCE FICTION: 3rd Annual Collection.
Includes her story 'The Lake Was Full of Artificial Things'.

1503. FOWLER, Will. THE VIETNAM STORY. 1983.
Pictorial history of the war & it's bitter memories.

1504. FRANCK, Harry A. EAST OF SIAM. NY: Appleton-Century, 1939.
Very scarce.

1505. FRANKLIN, Edward. IT'S COLD IN PONGO-NI. NY: Vanguard (1965).
Eight Marines make a raid into Communist-held Korea.

1506. FRANKLIN, Edward. MAN ON THE WIRE. NY: Crown (1978).
Chinese lieutenant challenges American soldier to rematch in demilitarized zone.

1507. FRANKLIN, H. Bruce. BACK WHERE YOU CAME FROM.

1508. FRANKLIN, H. Bruce. MIA: or, Mythmaking in America; How & Why Belief in Live POWs Has Possessed a Nation. (Brooklyn): Lawrence Hill (1992).

1509. FRANKLIN, Max. `GOOD GUYS WEAR BLACK'. NY: Signet, 1978.
Work of fiction set in Australia & Viet Nam between 1965 & 1972.

1510. FRANKS, Lucinda. WAITING OUT A WAR: The Exile of Private John Picciano. NY: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan (1974).
Story of the experiences of a deserter in Sweden by this Pulitzer Prize-winning author.

1511. FREEDMAN, Dan & Jacqueline Rhoads (eds). NURSES IN VIETNAM: The Forgotten Veterans. Austin: Texas Monthly (1987).
Accounts by 9 nurses serving 1965-1971.

1512. FREELING, Nicholas. TSING BOOM. NY: Harper & Row (1969).
Thriller, with French-Indochina war backdrop.

1513. FREEMAN, Sean. FAIR WEATHER FOUL. NY: William Morrow (1988).
DJ blurb by Heinemann highly praises his story, writing & characters. How a Viet Nam vet & a Vietnamese deckhand, enemies in Viet Nam, become allies on a commercial fishing boat where the other fishermen in the NW salmon fleet oppose them. <<Not in Newman>>.

1514. FREEMANTLE, Brian. RULES OF ENGAGEMENT. London: Century Publishing (1984).
Thriller about POWs 11 years after the war.

1515. FREEMANTLE, Brian. THE VIETNAM LEGACY. NY: Tor (1984).
Novel of three MIAs held in Vietnam after the war.

1516. FRENCH, Peter A. (ed). INDIVIDUAL & COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY: Massacre at My Lai. CAMBRIDGE: Schenkman, 1972.

1517. FRENCH, Robert. VIETNAM: Both Sides. NY: Manor, 1978.

1518. FRENCH, W. PATTERN FOR VICTORY. NY: Exposition, 1970.
The author outlines new tactics which, he claims, could win in Viet Nam.

1519. FRIANG. PARACHUTES & PETTICOATS.

1520. FRIEDMAN, Edward & Mark Selden (eds). AMERICA'S ASIA: Dissenting Essays on Asian-American Relations. NY: Vintage (1971).
Articles by Leigh & Richard Kagan, James Peck, Judith Coburn, John Gittings, John Dower, Mirsky, Stonefield, John Gurley, Steven Andors, et al, in a book dedicated to `furthering the critical spirit' of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars.

1521. FRIEDMAN, Leon & Burt Neuborne. UNQUESTIONING OBEDIENCE TO THE PRESIDENT: The ACLU Case Against the Legality of the War in Vietnam. NY: Norton (1972).

1522. FRIEDMAN, Philip. ACT OF LOVE, ACT OF WAR. NY: Dell, 1979.

1523. FROST, Frank. AUSTRALIA'S WAR IN VIETNAM. Sydney: 1987.
The first detailed study of the Australiam force based at Nui Dat in Phuoc Tuy Province from 1966 & 1971, including dilemmas & dangers resulting from operating with an imprecisely defined role with the Americans.

1524. FULBRIGHT, William J. THE CRIPPLED GIANT: American Foreign Policy & Its Domestic Consequences. NY: Random House, 1972.
The Seantor gives an overview, with particular emphasis on Vietnam. Fairly reflective.

1525. FULLBRIGHT, William J. THE PENTAGON PROPAGANDA MACHINE. NY: Liveright (1970).
Account of military spending & propaganda in favor of spending more taxes on dangerous policies, including Viet Nam.

1526. FULLBRIGHT, William J. VIETNAM HEARINGS.

1527. FULLER, Jack. CONVERGENCE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1982.
A thriller which explores the psychology of those who fight the Cold War. The Viet Nam war figures as a backdrop. Highly praised by Tim O'Brien.

1528. FULLER, Jack. FRAGMENTS. NY: Morrow (1984).
The story of a sergeant in the 1st Air Cav killing four civilians in a firefight. By a <<Stars & Stripes>> combat reporter in Viet Nam. <<Newman 284>>.`The material is familiar; the treatment is not. A fine novel.' --Ward Just

1529. FULLER, Jack. FRAGMENTS. NY: Dell (1985).
The story of a sergeant in the 1st Air Cav killing four civilians in a firefight. By a <<Stars & Stripes>> combat reporter in Viet Nam. <<Newman 284>>.`The material is familiar; the treatment is not. A fine novel.' --Ward Just

1530. FULLER, Jack. OUR FATHERS' SHADOWS. NY: Morrow, 1987.
A State Attorney in Chicago refuses to let a murder case go. Includes Viet Nam war flashback.

1531. FULTON, Major Gen. William B. RIVERINE OPERATIONS 1966-1969. Washington: Dept of the Army, 1973.

1532. FURGURSON, Ernest B. WESTMORELAND: The Inevitable General. Boston: Little Brown (1968).

1533. FURHAMMAR, Leif & Folke Isaksson. POLITICS AND FILM. NY: Praeger, 1971.
Section one covers the US, Britain, Germany & Russia, with chapters on the Spanish Revolution of 1936, Italian neorealism & the Brazilian new cinema; section two covers famous “propaganda” films, & the last section examines principles underlying the relationship of film & politics. Includes a review of “The Green Berets”.

1534. FURHAMMAR, Leif & Folke Isaksson. POLITICS AND FILM. NY: Praeger, 1971.
Section one covers the US, Britain, Germany & Russia, with chapters on the Spanish Revolution of 1936, Italian neorealism & the Brazilian new cinema; section two covers famous “propaganda” films, & the last section examines principles underlying the relationship of film & politics. Includes a review of “The Green Berets”.

1535. FURST, Alan. YOUR DAY IN THE BARREL. NY: Atheneum, 1976.
A marijuana dealer, a Vietnam vet & the CIA tangle & wrangle in this 60s-ish escapade. The author's first novel.

1536. GABRIEL, Richard A. & Paul L. Savage. CRISIS IN COMMAND: Mismanagement in the Army. NY: Hill & Wang, 1984.

1537. GADD, Charles. LINE DOGGIE: Foot Soldier in Vietnam. Novato: Presidio (1987).
A member of the 101st Airborne tells his story.

1538. GADD, Charles. LINE DOGGIE: Foot Soldier in Vietnam. Novato: Presidio, 1987.
By an infantryman who served with A Company, 1st Battalion, 501st of the 101st Airborne Dvision 1967-68.

1539. GADD, Charles. LINE DOGGIE: Foot Soldier in Vietnam. NY: Pocket, 1989.
By an infantryman who served with A Company, 1st Battalion, 501st of the 101st Airborne Dvision 1967-68.

1540. GAITHER, Ralph. WITH GOD IN A POW CAMP.

1541. GALBRAITH, John K. HOW TO GET OUT OF VIETNAM. (NY): Signet/New American Library (1967).
Reprint from an article in the <<NY Times>>.

1542. GALBRAITH, John K. HOW TO GET OUT OF VIETNAM. (NY): Signet/New American Library (1967).
Reprint from an article in the <<NY Times>>.

1543. GALLUCCI, Robert L. NEITHER PEACE NOR HONOR: The Politics of American Military Policy in Viet-Nam. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins (1975).

1544. GALLUP OPINION INDEX. PUBLIC OPINION & THE VIETNAM WAR 1964-1967: Special 35-page Supplement. Princeton: Gallup International, Inc., 1967.

1545. GANGEMI, Kenneth. THE INTERCEPTOR PILOT. London/Boston: Marion Boyars (1980).
Novel about an American fighter pilot who joins the North Vietnamese. Experimental writing using cinematic technique & descriptions. <<Newman 204>>.

1546. GARBO, Norman. THE MOVEMENT. NY: Morrow (1969).
Novel of the 60s, centering on a black student activist & a militant midwestern university protest obliterated by Phantom jets. A Viet Nam War parable.

1547. GARDINER, Wayne J. THE MAN ON THE LEFT. NY: Charter, 1981.

1548. GARDNER, Leland. VIETNAM UNDERSIDE! (San Diego: Publishers Export Co., 1966).
'Don't worry mom, we've got penicillin.' Purported expose of prostitution, novelistic techniques & escapades in the sexual underground of Saigon make it suggestive if not soft-core pornography.

1549. GARDNER, Lloyd C. APPROACHING VIETNAM: From WWII Through Dienbienphu. NY: Norton, 1988.

1550. GARDNER, Lloyd C. APPROACHING VIETNAM: From WWII Through Dienbienphu. NY: Norton, 1988.

1551. GARFIELD, Brian. RELENTLESS. NY: Fawcett (1973).
A Navaho cop is pitted against three rogue ex-Green Berets who have heisted a payroll delivery to finance an elite mercenary group. <<Willson 133>>.

1552. GARFIELD, Brian. THE LAST BRIDGE. NY: David McKay (1966).
Classic novel of the war. Newman 11.

1553. GARFIELD, Brian. THE LAST BRIDGE. NY: Avon (1967).

1554. GARFIELD, Brian. THE LAST BRIDGE. Dale: 1978.

1555. GARLAND, Albert. A DISTANT CHALLENGE: The US Infantryman in Vietnam, 1967-1972. Nashville: Battery Press (1983).
Collection of `Reflections' by LTC Albert N. Garland, edited by <<Infantry Magazine>>.

1556. GARLAND, Albert (ed). INFANTRY IN VIETNAM. Fort Benning: Infantry Magazine (1967).

1557. GARMS, David J. WITH THE DRAGON'S CHILDREN. NY: Exposition Press (1973).

1558. GARNER, Joe R. with Avrum M. Fine. CODE NAME COPPERHEAD: My True-Life Exploits as a Special Forces Soldier. NY: Simon & Schuster, (1994).
A Sergeant Major tells of his experiences in Laos, Thailand, South Vietnam, etc.

1559. GARSON, Barbara. MAC BIRD! Berkeley: Grassy Knoll (1966).
Issued in this final form, an influential satire of LBJ (originally published in a shorter & limited edition version). This edition predates the first performance of the play in January of 1967.

1560. GARSON, Barbara. MAC BIRD! Berkeley: Grassy Knoll (1966).
Issued in this final form, an influential satire of LBJ (originally published in a shorter & limited edition version). This edition predates the first performance of the play in January of 1967.

1561. GARSON, Barbara. MAC BIRD! NY: Grove, 1967.

1562. GARSON, Barbara. MAC BIRD! Berkeley: Grassy Knoll (1966).
Issued in this final form, an influential satire of LBJ (originally published in a shorter & limited edition version). This edition predates the first performance of the play in January of 1967.

1563. GATTI, Armand. V COMME VIETNAM. France: Editions du Seuuil (1967).
Satirical play set in Viet Nam, California & Pentagon. Not in Newman.

1564. GAVIN, Frank. CROSSFIRE. (North Hollywood): Private Editions Books (1966).
Erotica. A wounded Marine stateside falls in love with a lesbian & is forced to prove his courage once more 'with a woman who demanded more than a heroes stamina...' Not in Newman.

1565. GAVIN, James M. & Arthur T. Hadley. CRISIS NOW: Crisis in the Cities, Crisis in Vietnam; A Commitment to Change. NY: Random House (1968).

1566. GAYDEN, Hamilton. TO CIRCLE THE CROSS. Alpha 1986.
Adventures of a POW being used as a pawn in international circles.

1567. GAYLIN, Wayne. IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY: War Resisters in Prison. NY: Viking (1970).
Study of draft resistors who chose prison over deferment or exile.

1568. GAZZANIGA, Donald A. A FEW GOOD MEN. Signet 1989.

1569. GAZZANIGA, Donald A. A FEW GOOD MEN: The Marines. San Diego: A.J. Books (1988).

1570. GEIST, 1LT William (ed). (?Geist edited vol 3, not sure if he edited this volume). THE FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION IN VIETNAM, Volume II. 1968.

1571. GEIST, William (ed). THE FIRST INFANTRY DIVISION IN VIETNAM, Volume III 1969: A Pictorial History. np: 1st Infantry Division, U.S. Army, 1970.

1572. GELB, Leslie H. & Richard K. Betts. THE IRONY OF VIETNAM: The System Worked. Washington: Brookings Institute (1979).

1573. GELHORN, Martha. THE FACE OF WAR.

1574. GELLHORN, Martha. VIETNAM -- A New Kind of War. np: The Guardian, 1966.
Early critique of the US effort to "win the hearts & minds" of the Vietnamese in the propaganda battle against the Viet Cong.

1575. GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SPECIAL COMMITTEE FOR VIETNAM STUDY. VIETNAM-THE CHRISTIAN-THE GOSPEL-THE CHURCH.

1576. GENEROUS, Kevin. VIETNAM: Secret War. NY: 1985.
Photo history of many little known aspects of the war.

1577. GENTIL. SURSAUTS DE L'ASIE: Remous du Mekong.

1578. GEORGAKAS, Dan (ed). Z: An Anthology of Revolutionary Poetry. NY: Smyrna Press, 1968.
Vasilikos, Judith Malina, Lowenfels, Blazek, Di Prima, Bukowski, Ho Chi Minh, Sonia Sanchez, Le Roi Jones, Norse, Edson, Julian Beck, Margaret Randall, Thanh Hai, Lourie, Kryss, Ritsos, & others.

1579. GEORGAKAS, Dan (ed). Z: An Anthology of Revolutionary Poetry. NY: Smyrna Press, 1968.
Vasilikos, Judith Malina, Lowenfels, Blazek, Di Prima, Bukowski, Ho Chi Minh, Sonia Sanchez, Le Roi Jones, Norse, Edson, Julian Beck, Margaret Randall, Thanh Hai, Lourie, Kryss, Ritsos, & others.

1580. GEORGE, Alexander L. David K Hall & William E. Simons. LIMITS OF COERSIVE DIPLOMACY: Laos, Cuba, Vietnam.

1581. GERALD, John Bart & George Blecher (eds). SURVIVAL PROSE: An Anthology of New Writings. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill, 1971.
Includes short story 'Sleep of Soldiers' by David Nemec.

1582. GERASIMOV, Gennady. THE KEY TO PEACE IN VIETNAM.

1583. GERASSI, John. NORTH VIETNAM: A Documentary. London: George Allen & Unwin (1968).
Based on a trip in 1967.

1584. GERASSI, John. NORTH VIETNAM: A Documentary.

1585. GERASSI, John. NORTH VIETNAM: A Documentary. Indpls: Bobbs (1968).

1586. GERMAN-SOUTHEAST ASIAN SOCIETY IN THE G.D.R. VIETNAM, THE US WAR AS REFLECTED IN GERMAN PRESS.

1587. GERSHEN, Martin. DESTROY OR DIE: The True Story of Mylai. New Rochelle: Arlington House, 1971.
Basic apologia for this massacre; the participants are not to blame, but rather a society which refused to back them up at home. Reminiscent of many apologies for ethnic cleansing, slaughter & oppression of native American, etc.

1588. GERSON, Jack. BACK OF THE TIGER. NY: Beaufort (1984).
Thriller centered on assassination of JFK, partly set in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

1589. GETLEIN, Frank. PLAYING SOLDIER: A Diatribe. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston (1971).
Caustic criticism of the military by this <<Washington Star>> columnist.

1590. GETTLEMAN, Marvin. VIETNAM. London: Penguin, 1966.

1591. GETTLEMAN, Marvin (ed). VIETNAM. NY: NAL, 1970.
An anthology.

1592. GETTLEMAN, Marvin (ed). VIETNAM: History, Documents & Opinions on a Major World Crisis. Greenwich: Fawcett (1966).

1593. GETTLEMAN, Marvin, Jane Franklin, Marilyn Young & H. Bruce Franklin (eds). VIETNAM & AMERICA: A Documented History. NY: Grove, 1985.
The rise of Ho Chi Minh to the issue of Agent Orange after the war.

1594. GETTLEMAN, Marvin & Susan (eds). CONFLICT IN INDOCHINA: A Reader on the Widening War in Laos & Cambodia. NY: Random House (1970).

1595. GETTLEMAN, Marvin & Susan (eds). CONFLICT IN INDOCHINA: A Reader on the Widening War in Laos & Cambodia.

1596. GHEDDO, Piero. THE CROSS & THE BO-TREE: Catholics & Buddhists in Vietnam. NY: Seed & Ward (1970).
The role of religion in Viet Nam.

1597. GIAI PHONG PUBLISHING HOUSE). THE IVORY COMB.
Collection of short stories, depicting the people's struggle against US imperialism under the NLF, according to the foreword.

1598. GIBBONS, William Conrad. THE US GOVERNMENT & THE VIETNAM WAR: Executive & Legislative Roles & Relationships, Part I, 45-61. Princeton: Princeton U, 1986.
Reissue of a book first issued by the GPO in 1984, a study commissioned by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, under auspices of the Congressional Research Service. The three volumes includes much original research.

1599. GIBBONS, William Conrad. THE US GOVERNMENT & THE VIETNAM WAR: Executive & Legislative Roles & Relationships, Part II, 61-64. Princeton: Princeton U, 1986.

1600. GIBBONS, William Conrad. THE US GOVERNMENT & THE VIETNAM WAR: Executive & Legislative Roles & Relationships, Part III, 1965. Princeton: Princeton U, 1989.

1601. GIBSON, James William. THE PERFECT WAR: Technowar in Vietnam. Boston: Atlantic Monthly (1986).
Critique of US approach as `production' system -- with officers as managers, enlisted men as workers & product as enemy deaths -- & consequences.

1602. GIBSON, Margaret. CONSIDERING HER CONDITION. NY: Vanguard (1978).
Short stories by this award-winning Canadian author, including one about the Viet Nam war. <<Newman 539>>.

1603. GIBSON, William. COUNT ZERO. NY: Ace, 1987.

1604. GIGLIA, Paul. A TIME FOR HEROES: Self Help Handbook for Vietnam Veterans. np: np, 1983.

1605. GILBARG, Dan. VIETNAM, US IMPERIALISM & US. (No publishing information given by source).
Written during the Harvard strike in the spring of 1969, when the author was a grad student there.

1606. GILKERSON, Seth. THAT BASTARD WAR. Great Neck: Todd & Honeywell, 1986.

1607. GILKERSON, Seth. WAIT FOR ME & Other Stories. Aurora: National Writers Press, 1982.
Short stories, including 'Mr. Gander,' about a soldier leaving for Viet Nam.

1608. GILL, David. THE PAGODA. London: Chatto & Windus/Hogarth, 1969.

1609. GILLCRIST, Paul T. FEET WET: Reflections of a Carrier Pilot. NY: Pocket, 1991.
The author won 17 combat decorations for his duels with MIGs & SAMs in the war over North Vietnam. Covers his career, with a significant part about Vietnam. He rose to the rank of Rear Admiral.

1610. GILLIS, Gerald L. BENT, BUT NOT BROKEN. Orangeburg: Sandlapper, 1986.

1611. GIOGLIO, Gerald R. DAYS OF DECISION.

1612. GIOVANETTI, Len. THE MAN WHO WON THE MEDAL OF HONOR. NY: Random House (1973).
Story of a man erroneously awarded the Medal of Honor who has to admit having killed American troops in Viet Nam--deliberately out of conscience. Didactic, irrealistic novel displays misconception & lack of understanding. <<Newman 125>>.

1613. GIRLING, J.L.S. PEOPLE'S WAR: Conditions & Consequences in China & Southeast Asia. NY: Praeger (1969).

1614. GLADE, Jon Forrest. JIG SAW PUZZLE. Emsworth: Burnt Orphan, [1989?].
Poems, edited by Bart Solarczyk. Includes 'China White,' 'Jig Saw Puzzle' & 'The Fog at Fort Carson'.

1615. GLADE, Jon Forrest. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE JUNGLE. St. John: Chiron Review, 1990(?).
Poems, many Viet Nam war.

1616. GLADE, Jon Forrest. THE INTELLECTUAL (Ashau Valley, 1969). Guillotine Press, 1989.
Poetry postcard.

1617. GLADE, Jon Forrest see also the periodical TRAMP for book review.
Includes a review, by Jon Forrest Glade, 'Nam: Selected Poems of Bill Shields'.

1618. GLADE, Jon Forrest, see also WILLSON's Bibliography 1990.
Many of the authors poems in periodicals; see listing in Willson's 1990 bibliography, #1340 -- 1367.

1619. GLASSER, Ronald. 365 DAYS. NY: Braziller (1971).
A classic personal account of author's time at a hospital in Japan where many soldiers injured in Viet Nam were sent. Glasser was a Major in the Medical Corps. Recounts personal experiences & first-hand stories from the wounded & dying. His first book.

1620. GLASSER, Ronald. 365 DAYS. NY: Braziller (1971).
A classic personal account of author's time at a hospital in Japan where many soldiers injured in Viet Nam were sent. Glasser was a Major in the Medical Corps. Recounts personal experiences & first-hand stories from the wounded & dying. His first book.

1621. GLASSER, Ronald. ANOTHER WAR, ANOTHER PEACE. NY: Summit (1985).
Author's first novel, of two men ordered to bring American medicine to South Vietnamese villages in an effort to win them over.<<Newman 322>>.

1622. GLASSER, Ronald. ANOTHER WAR, ANOTHER PEACE. NY: Summit (1985).
Author's first novel, of two men ordered to bring American medicine to South Vietnamese villages in an effort to win them over.<<Newman 322>>.

1623. GLICK, Allen. THE WINTER MARINES. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Paper re-issue of 'Winter's Coming, Winter's Gone'.

1624. GLICK, Allen. WINTERS COMING, WINTERS GONE. (Austin): Eakin (1984).
Author's first novel.

1625. GLICK, Allen. WINTERS COMING, WINTERS GONE. NY: Pinnacle (1984).
Author's first novel. This was the first hardover to be published by Pinnacle, & before its publication date they filed for bankruptcy so the book was poorly distributed. <<Newman 285>>.

1626. GLOEBEL, Ulf. SGT. ED ARTHUR'S NAM.

1627. GLOECKNER, Fred. A CIVILIAN DOCTOR IN VIETNAM.

1628. GLYN, Alan. WITNESS TO VIETNAM: The Containment of Communism in South East Asia. London: Johnson (1968).
Political analysis by British anti-communist who finds the US has done too little too late to stop Red Tide.

1629. GOEBEL, Ulf. SGT. ED ARTHUR'S NAM. Westerville: Dakar Publishing, 1974.

1630. GOFF, Stanley & Robert Sanders w/Clark Smith. BROTHERS: Black Soldiers in the Nam. (Novato): Presidio (1982).
Personal accounts by two black vets edited by the publisher of the Winter Soldier Archive.

1631. GOFF, Stanley & Robert Sanders w/Clark Smith. BROTHERS: Black Soldiers in the Nam. NY: Berkley, 1985
Personal accounts by two black vets edited by the publisher of the Winter Soldier Archive.

1632. GOH Poh Seng. EYEWITNESS. Singapore: Heinemann Educational Books (1976).
His first collection of poetry.

1633. GOH Poh Seng. IF WE DREAM TOO LONG. Singapore: Island Press (1972).
First novel by the Dublin-educated Singapore poet. No overt Viet Nam interest, but written within the context of revolution.

1634. GOH Poh Sengh. THE IMMOLATION. Singapore: Heinemann Educational Books (1977).
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1635. GOLD, Jerome. THE NEGLIGENCE OF DEATH. Seattle: Black Heron, 1984.

1636. GOLDMAN, Peter & Tony Fuller. CHARLIE COMPANY: What Vietnam Did to Us. NY: Morrow, 1983.
The authors worked for Newsweek; this book was the basis for a TV special.

1637. GOLDSTEIN, Joseph, Burke Marshal & Jack Schwartz. THE MY LAI MASSACRE & IT'S COVER-UP: Beyond the Reach of Law? NY: Free Press, 1976.

1638. GOLDSTON, Robert. THE VIETNAMESE REVOLUTION. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill, 1972.
Part of a series dealing with contemporary issues, written for high school students. He was against US intervention in Vietnam.

1639. GOODMAN, Allan E. POLITICS IN WAR: The Bases of Political Community in South Vietnam. Cambridge: Harvard, 1973.

1640. GOODMAN, Allan E. THE LOST PEACE: America's Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press (1978).

1641. GOODMAN, Charles (ed). HELL'S BRIGADE. NY: Prestige (1966).
Short accounts, many personal, of the Green Berets by various authors. Prestige originally issued this book under its Magnum Books imprint & a Lancer imprint was also issued dated 1966.

1642. GOODMAN, Charles (ed). HELL'S BRIGADE. NY: Lancer (1966).
Short accounts, many personal, of the Green Berets by various authors. Prestige originally issued this book under its Magnum Books imprint & a Lancer imprint was also issued dated 1966.

1643. GOODMAN, Charles (ed). HELL'S BRIGADE. NY: Magnum Books (1966).
Short accounts, many personal, of the Green Berets by various authors. Prestige originally issued this book under its Magnum Books imprint & a Lancer imprint was also issued dated 1966.

1644. GOODWIN, Michael & Naomi Wise. ON THE EDGE: The Life & Times of Francis Coppola. NY: William Morrow (1989).

1645. GOODWIN, Richard N. TRIUMPH OR TRAGEDY: Reflections on Vietnam. NY: Random House (1966).
Behind-the-scenes examination of the processes involved in the Viet Nam fiasco by an assistant to Kennedy & Johnson. Based on a now-famous 1966 `New Yorker' article.

1646. GOODWIN, Richard N. TRIUMPH OR TRAGEDY: Reflections on Vietnam. NY: Vintage 1966.

1647. GORDON, Joan. JOE HALDEMAN: Starmont Reader's Guide 4. Mercer Island: Starmont House, 1980.
Biography, bibliography & critical guide.

1648. GORDON, Knox. HATCHET: Spectre. Toronto; New York: Worldwide (1992).
A Hatchet team in Vietnam goes into Laos in 1968 to save secret equipment on a AC-130a Spectre that has been downed. Forward backgrounding development of side-firing machine guns used on the Spectres. Second book of three in what appears to have been a short-lived series.

1649. GORDON, William A. THE FOURTH OF MAY KILLINGS & COVERUPS AT KENT STATE. Buffalo: Prometheus, 1990.
Concludes, based on extensive archival research, that someone likely issued an order to fire on the students.

1650. GORNICKI, Wieslaw. VIETNAM-KAMPUCHEA 1979: An Eye-Witness Report. Helsinki: World Peace Council, 1979.

1651. GORSKY, K.W., Jr. THIRTEEN MONTHS. NY: Vantage, 1989.

1652. GORSUCH, Geoff. ON EAGLES' WINGS. Colorado Springs: Navigators, 1989.
Spiritual memoir of an Air Force pilot in Viet Nam who later joined the Navigators ministry.

1653. GOSTAS, Theodore William. PRISONER. (U.S.: Western Publishing, 1974.)
Gostas was a POW. Poetry, notes, drawings, dreams made while a prisoner. Not in Newman.

1654. GOTTESMAN, Leslie, et al (eds). A CINCH: Amazing Works from the Columbia Review. NY: Columbia U, 1969.
Includes short stories: Aaron Fogel's 'Vietnam,' Keith Cohen's 'Mission at Cam Ranh Bay,' & Eugen Schwartz' 'The Interpretation of Dreams' (a Viet Nam war story within another story).

1655. GOTTESMAN, Leslie, et al (eds). A CINCH: Amazing Works from the Columbia Review. NY: Columbia U, 1969.
Includes short stories: Aaron Fogel's 'Vietnam,' Keith Cohen's 'Mission at Cam Ranh Bay,' & Eugen Schwartz' `The Interpretation of Dreams' (a Viet Nam war story within another story).

1656. GOTTLIEB, Sherry Gershon. HELL NO WE WON'T GO: Resisting the Draft During the Vietnam War. NY: Viking (1991).
An oral history by the former founder-owner of the oldest & largest Science Fiction bookstore in the world.

1657. GOUGH, Kathleen. TEN TIMES MORE BEAUTIFUL: The Rebuilding of Vietnam. NY: Monthly Review (1978).
Scarce hardback issue. Paperback was listed at 40. by one prominent dealer in 1990.

1658. GOUGH, Kathleen. TEN TIMES MORE BEAUTIFUL: The Rebuilding of Vietnam.

1659. GOULDEN, Joseph C. TRUTH IS THE FIRST CASUALTY: The Gulf of Tonkin Affair -- Illusion & Reality. Chicago: Rand McNally (1969).

1660. GRACE, Paul, Susan Koff, Nancy Nichols, Susan Phillips, Mike Prokosch, Trong Dinh, Hung (eds). VIETNAMESE WOMEN IN SOCIETY & REVOLUTION: 1. The French Colonial Period. Cambridge: Vietnam Resource Center, 1974.
The material & social position of women during French rule.

1661. GRAFF, Henry F. THE TUESDAY CABINET: Deliberations & Decision on Peace & War Under Lyndon B. Johnson. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, 1970.

1662. GRAHAM, Gail. CROSS-FIRE. NY: Pantheon (1972).
First novel, about US soldier & 4 Vietnamese orphans. For young adults. <<Newman 109, Willson 399>>.

1663. GRANGER, Bill. SCHISM. NY: Crown (1981).

1664. GRANT, C.L. see the periodical THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION.
Includes the short story 'Come Dance With Me on My Pony's Grave' by C.L. Grant.

1665. GRANT, Joanne. CONFRONTATION ON CAMPUS: The Columbia Pattern for the New Protest. (NY): Signet (1969).
By the author of <<Black Protest>>.

1666. GRANT, Jonathan S, Laurence A. G. Moss & Jonathan Unger. CAMBODIA: The Widening War in Indochina. NY: Washington Square Press (1971).
Essays collected by Committee of Concerned Asian scholars, by such writers as Lacoutre, Chomsky, Sihanouk, Lon Nol, et al.

1667. GRANT, Stephen, Mike Zeck & John Beatty. THE PUNISHER: Return to Big Nothing. NY: Epic Comics, 1989.
Graphic novel, pseudo-Viet Nam, with flashbacks to Viet Nam.

1668. GRANT, Zalin. FACING THE PHOENIX: The CIA & the Political Defeat of the United States in Vietnam. NY: Norton (1991).
By a former Intelligence officer in Viet Nam.

1669. GRANT, Zalin. OVER THE BEACH: The Air War in Vietnam. NY: Norton (1986).
The air war over Hanoi & Haiphong told by pilots from the carrier Oriskany.

1670. GRANT, Zalin. SURVIVORS. NY: Norton (1975).
By a former Intelligence officer in Viet Nam, a story of nine POWs.

1671. GRANT, Zalin. SURVIVORS. NY: Norton (1985).
By a former Intelligence officer in Viet Nam, a story of nine POWs.

1672. GRANT, Zalin. SURVIVORS. NY: Da Capo (1994).
By a former Intelligence officer in Viet Nam, a story of nine POWs.

1673. GRAUWIN, Paul. DOCTOR AT DIENBIENPHU. NY: John Day (1955).
The historic seige told by a Frenchman whose underground field hospital cared for 6,000 casualties in 57 days. Scarce, important account sometimes priced as high as 125. dollars.

1674. GRAVEL, Senator Mike (ed). THE PENTAGON PAPERS.

1675. GRAVEL, Senator Mike (ed). THE PENTAGON PAPERS: The Defense Department History of the Untied States Decsionmaking on Vietnam. Volume 1. Boston: Beacon Press (1971).

1676. GRAVEL, Senator Mike (ed). THE PENTAGON PAPERS: The Defense Department History of United States Decisionmaking on Vietnam. Volume Two. Boston: Beacon, nd.
The `Gravel Edition'; in 1971 the US government prevented newspaper publication of these secret papers, so Gravel held a special meeting under the auspices of his Subcommittee on Public Buildings & Grounds, & entered the 4,100 pages into the public record -- exposing the stink of managing an international empire, creating client regimes, secret commitments, destroying governments & other secrets hidden from a gullible public behind a veil of lies & subterfuge. This volume is primarily about strategy & implementation in the Kennedy years, including the re-emphasis of `pacification' programs through 1967. (Volume 1 is background material from the 40s & 50s; Volume 3 focuses on military programs & actions 1963-1965; Volume 4 covers the ground & air war 1965-68).

1677. GRAVES, Richard. ROLLING THUNDER. NY: Pocket (1977).

1678. GRAY, Amlin. HOW I GOT THAT STORY. NY: Dramatists Play Service, c1979,1981.
A play, significant for its portrayal of the elusiveness of truth. <<Newman 706>>.

1679. GRAY, Nigel (ed). PHOENIX COUNTRY. London: Journeyman Press, 1980.
First published as a `Fireweed' special issue in 1976. Includes writings by Ron Kovic, Robert Bly, Denise Levertov, Nhat Hahn, Tim O'Brien & many others. Multiple listings in Newman.

1680. GRAY, Spalding. SWIMMING TO CAMBODIA. NY: Theatre Communications Group, 1985.

1681. GREENAWAY, Peter Van. TAKE THE WAR TO WASHINGTON. Herts, UK: Panther, 1976.

1682. GREENBERG, Martin H. & Augustus Richard Norton (eds). TOURING NAM: The Vietnam War Reader. NY: Morrow (1985).

1683. GREENE, Bob. HOMECOMING: When the Soldiers Returned From Vietnam. NY: Putnam (1989).

1684. GREENE, Felix. VIETNAM! VIETNAM! Palo Alto: Fulton Publishing (1966).
Important photographic work with over 100 photos.

1685. GREENE, Felix. VIETNAM! VIETNAM!: In Photographs & Text. Palo Alto: Fulton Publishing (1966).
Important photographic work with over 100 photos taking over half the book. Text & photos by Greene.

1686. GREENE, Felix. VIETNAM! VIETNAM!: In Photographs & Text. Palo Alto: Fulton Publishing (1966).
Important photographic work with over 100 photos taking over half the book. Text & photos by Greene.

1687. GREENE, Graham. THE QUIET AMERICAN. London: Heinemann, 1955.

1688. GREENE, Graham. THE QUIET AMERICAN. NY: Viking, 1956.
Early classic--one of the first novels exploring the American involvement in Viet Nam, & the theme--so often repeated later--of lost innocence & good intentions gone awry. Not in Newman.

1689. GREENE, Graham. THE QUIET AMERICAN.

1690. GREENE, Marvin L. (ed). SOMETHING ELSE. Scott Foresman, 1970.
Charles Coe's `Young Man In Vietnam.' Also includes `One Poem on War' by Robert Honigman.

1691. GREENE, Marvin L. (ed). SOMETHING ELSE. Scott Foresman, 1970.
Contains short story by Charles Coe, `Young Man In Vietnam' & `One Poem on War' by Robert Honigman.

1692. GREENFIELD, Irving A. FORT BLISS. NY: Manor, 1977.

1693. GREENHAW, Wayne. THE MAKING OF A HERO: The Story of Lieut. William Calley Jr. Louisville: Touchstone Publishing (1971).
Calley ended up doing a few months house arrest for his part in the murders. Greenhaw (as with Seymour Hersch) claims to be the first to report the My Lai massacres. The story was available in Europe a year before any US news media would touch it. Free press & all that.

1694. GREENHAW, Wayne. THE MAKING OF A HERO: The Story of Lieut. William Calley Jr. Louisville: Touchstone Publishing (1971).
Calley did a few months house arrest for his part in the murders. The story was available in Europe a year before any US news media would touch it. Free press & all that.

1695. GREGG, Robert W. & Charles Kegley, Jr. (eds). AFTER VIETNAM: The Future of American Foreign Policy. NY: Anchor, 1971.
Essays on projecting future American policy to other parts of the world.

1696. GREGORY, Barry. VIETNAM COASTAL & RIVERINE FORCES HANDBOOK. (No publishing information provided by source).
Examines hardware, structure & operations of Allied forces.

1697. GREGORY, Barry. VIETNAM HELICOPTER HANDBOOK. Northamptonshire, Eng: Patrick Stephens, 1988.
Detailed specs of choppers used in Viet Nam, development & deployment histories & specific operations recounted.

1698. GREIDER, Ted. WHERE HAVE ALL THE HEROES GONE. (np):(np) (nd).
Passionate antiwar poetry.

1699. GREY, Anthony. SAIGON. Boston: Little Brown (1982).
Epic novel spanning 50 yrs, centered on an American in Viet Nam. <<Newman 233>>.

1700. GREY, James. SOLDIERS & WHORES. London: D.H.L., 1972.
Pornography.

1701. GRIFFEN, William L. & John Marcianao. TEACHING THE VIETNAM WAR.
Critical examination of treatments of the war in 28 schools.

1702. GRIFFIN, W.E.B. BROTHERHOOD OF WAR #3: The Majors. (NY): Jove (1983).
Thriller. The secret war points to the heights of glory.

1703. GRIFFIN, W.E.B. BROTHERHOOD OF WAR #5: THE BERETS. NY: Jove (1985).
1st about Viet Nam in this series. <<Newman 323>>.

1704. GRIFFIN, W.E.B. BROTHERHOOD OF WAR #6: THE GENERALS. (NY): Jove (1986).
Climax to the series. <<Newman 355>>.

1705. GRIFFIN, W.E.B. BROTHERHOOD OF WAR: The Aviators. Putnam 1988.

1706. GRIFFITHS, Phillip Jones. VIETNAM INC. NY: Macmillan (1971).

1707. GRINSTEAD, David. PROMISES OF FREEDOM. NY: Crown (1991).

1708. GRINTER, Lawrence E. & William Head. LOOKING BACK ON THE VIETNAM WAR: A 1990s Perspective on the Decisions, Combat & Legacies. Westport: Praeger, 1993.
Closely compares the Gulf & Vietnam Wars, both at home & on the combat fronts. Contributors include Head, Marc Gilbert, George Herring, Caroline Ziemke, John Garver, Earl Tilford, Mark Clodfelter, Douglas Pike, John Gates, Larry Cable, Lorenzo Crowell & Bui Diem.

1709. GROEN, Jay & David. HUEY. NY: Ballantine (1984).
First novel, about pilot by two brothers who are vets. <<Newman 287>>.

1710. GROOM, Winston. BETTER TIMES THAN THESE. NY: Summit (1978).
The author's first book, about a US company in Viet Nam. An ambitious effort to corral the Viet Nam experience into something intelligent. <<Newman 176>>.

1711. GROOM, Winston. BETTER TIMES THAN THESE. NY: Summit (1978).
The author's first book, about a US company in Viet Nam. Ambitious effort to corral the Viet Nam experience into something intelligent. <<Newman 176>>.

1712. GROOM, Winston. FOREST GUMP. Garden City: Doubleday, 1986.
Comic novel about an idiot who is also Viet Nam vet. Partially set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 356>>.

1713. GROOM, Winston. GONE THE SUN. NY: Doubleday (1988).

1714. GROOM, Winston. SHROUDS OF GLORY. NY: Atlantic Monthly (1995).

1715. GROOM, Winston & Duncan Spencer. CONVERSATIONS WITH THE ENEMY: The Story of Pfc. Robert Garwood. NY: Putnam's Sons (1983).
The most infamous POW of the war. Escaping after 14 years in a Viet Cong camp, the Marine Corps tried him as a traitor, amidst much controversy surrounding his alleged compliance with the Viet Cong while in prison. Groom tries to break through elusive boundaries of betrayal & self-preservation in his exclusive interviews.

1716. GROSSBACH, Robert. EASY & HARD WAYS OUT. NY: Harper's (1974).
Novel of a half-competent technician working on the development of the latest fighter plane for the Air Force during the war. <<Newman 147>>.

1717. GRUBER, Frank. THE GOLD GAP. NY: Dutton, 1968.
A mystery set in Beverly Hills where the protagonist is a veteran who escaped from North Viet Nam. Now the Chinese are after him, tieing his escape to another escape 13 years earlier at Dien Bien Phu & a missing $200,000 in French gold coins. <<Not in Newman. Hubin p185>>.

1718. GRUENING, Senator Ernest & Herbert Wilson Beaser. VIETNAM FOLLY. Washington: National Press (1968).

1719. GRUMMER, Gerhard. HERBICIDES IN VIETNAM. (Berlin): Vietnam Commission of the Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee of the German Democratic Republic (1969).
Early account, based on the author's visit to Viet Nam, of the effects of US herbicides & the damage to people's health.

1720. GRUMMER, Professor Gerhard. ACCUSATION FROM THE JUNGLE. (Berlin): Vietnam Commission of the Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee of the German Democratic Republic (1969).

1721. GRUT, Edmund. KRIGEN I INDO-KINA OF SYDOSTASIENS KRISE. Kobenhavn: Det Udenrigspolitiske Selskab of Ket Danske Forlag, 1953.

1722. GUARINO, Larry. A POWs STORY: 2801 Days in Hanoi. NY: Ivy, 1990.
By an Air Force pilot, a POW during most of the war, shot down June 1965.

1723. GUENTHER, Dan. CHINA WIND: A Novel of Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1990.
Novel of a Marine in the Accelerated Pacification Program in 1968. The author was a Marine captain in Viet Nam 1968-1970.

1724. GUERRA CONDE, B. A SENHORA NHU MANDOU MATAR O PRESIDENTE KENNEDY?

1725. GUILLAIN, Robert. VIETNAM, THE DIRTY WAR. London: Housmans, 1966.

1726. GUILMARTIN, John. AMERICA IN VIETNAM: The Fifteen Year War. NY: Military Press, 1991.
Large size photo book, illustrations selected from United Press International/Bettman, of material not commonly seen elsewhere. Text provides very general overview.

1727. GUILMARTIN, John, Jr. & Michael O'Leary. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Helicopters. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Includes photos of the evacuation of Phnom Penh not seen elsewhere. Well illustrated & organized.

1728. GUNSTON, Bill. AMERICAN WARPLANES. NY: 1986.
Photos & drawings of many aircraft used in Viet Nam.

1729. GURNEY, Gene. VIETNAM: The War in the Air; A Pictorial History of the US Air Forces in the Vietnam War; Army, Navy & Marines. NY: 1985.

1730. GURTOV, Melvin. THE FIRST VIETNAM CRISIS: Chinese Communist Strategy & United States Involvement, 1953-1954. NY: Columbia (1967).

1731. HA Thuc Sinh. IF I SHOULD LIVE TO RETURN: Report to the Free World.
Collection of song lyrics by a former Vietnamese re-education camp prisoner.

1732. HACKWORTH, David H. & Julie Sherman. ABOUT FACE: The Odyssey of an American Warrior. NY: Simon & Schuster (1989).

1733. HACKWORTH, David H. & Julie Sherman. ABOUT FACE: The Odyssey of an American Warrior. NY: Simon & Schuster (1989).
Memoirs, beginning with the Korean War, of the US Army's most decorated soldier. Includes his experiences in the Viet Nam war -- Hackworth was reputedly the model for Col. Kurtz in <<Apocalypse Now>>.

1734. HADLEY, J.B. THE POINT TEAM. (NY): Warner (1984).
About a Special Forces vet working as a mercenary in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

1735. HADLEY, J.B. VIPER SQUAD. NY: Warner (1985).
Not a Viet Nam novel, but of a Central American war, an example of what amounts to a 'spinoff' genre from Viet Nam war fiction.

1736. HADMAN, Ty. DONG HA HAIKU. Kentfield, Ca: Smythe-Waithe Press, 1982.
Viet Nam War poems. Hadman served in Viet Nam with the Third Marine Division.

1737. HAI Thu. NORTH VIET NAM AGAINST U.S. AIR FORCE. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.

1738. HAI Thu & Binh Tranh. COUP AFTER COUP IN SAIGON. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1964.

1739. HAING Ngor with Roger Warner. HAING NGOR: A Cambodian Odyssey.

1740. HALBERSTAM, David. HO. NY: Random House (1971).
Short political biography & perspective.

1741. HALBERSTAM, David. ONE VERY HOT DAY. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
A novel of the war by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. <<Newman 29>>.

1742. HALBERSTAM, David. ONE VERY HOT DAY. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
A novel of the war by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. <<Newman 29>>.

1743. HALBERSTAM, David. ONE VERY HOT DAY. NY: Avon (1969).
A novel of the Viet Nam war by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. <<Newman 29>>.

1744. HALBERSTAM, David. ONE VERY HOT DAY. NY: Avon (1969).
Novel of the Viet Nam war by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter. <<Newman 29>>.

1745. HALBERSTAM, David. THE BEST & THE BRIGHTEST. NY: Random House (1972).
Scarce in the 1st edition. A study of government under the Kennedy & Johnson administrations, with much material on Viet Nam. The author's `magnum opus.'

1746. HALBERSTAM, David. THE MAKING OF A QUAGMIRE. NY: Random House (1965).
Early US policy critique by a reporter who won the Pulitzer for his controversial coverage. Based on his 15 month personal `in country' tour.'

1747. HALBERSTAM, David. THE MAKING OF A QUAGMIRE.

1748. HALBERSTAM, David. THE MAKING OF A QUAGMIRE. NY: Knopf (1988).
Early US policy critique by a reporter who won the Pulitzer for his controversial coverage. Based on his 15 month personal `in country' tour.' This revised edition includes epilogue based on a return visit in 1967.

1749. HALDEMAN, Joe. 1968: A Novel. NY: Morrow (1995).
Novel of the war in Viet Nam & at home, by a science fiction writer & author of <<The War Year>>, <<Vietnam & Other Alien Worlds>> & others.

1750. HALDEMAN, Joe. ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED. NY: St. Martin's, 1977.
Science fiction, a Viet Nam War metaphor.

1751. HALDEMAN, Joe. ALL MY SINS REMEMBERED. NY: Avon, 1978.
Science fiction, a Viet Nam War metaphor.

1752. HALDEMAN, Joe. INFINITE DREAMS. NY: Avon, 1979.
Includes the short story 'Counterpoint'.

1753. HALDEMAN, Joe. THE FOREVER WAR. NY: St. Martin's (1974).
An overview, set in the future, of the effects of a war like Viet Nam on a technologically advanced society. Haldeman's real concerns are obvious to anyone familiar with Viet Nam (Pratt). Winner of the 1975 Hugo Award.

1754. HALDEMAN, Joe. WAR YEAR. NY: Avon, (1984).
Haldeman's first book. An autographical novel by the now renowned Science Fiction writer & winner of the 1975 Hugo award for <<The Forever War>> (also Viet Nam related). <<Newman 111>>.

1755. HALDEMAN, Joe (ed). BODY ARMOUR: 2000. NY: Ace, 1986.
Includes David Drake's 'Contact!'.

1756. HALDEMAN, Joe (ed). STUDY WAR NO MORE. NY: St. Martin's, 1977.

1757. HALDEMAN, Joe (ed). SUPERTANKS. NY: Ace, 1987.

1758. HALDEMAN, Joe see also under Damon Knight's ORBIT 11, Dennis Etchison CUTTING EDGE; ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE, April 1986; also under Joan Gordon, JOE HALDEMAN.
Short stories include 'Counterpoint' & 'The Monster'. Asimov's includes 'Viewpoint: Science Fiction & War'. Joan Gordon's book for a biographical, bibliographical & critical study.

1759. HALDEMAN, Joe W. WAR YEAR. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1972).
Haldeman's first book by the now renowned Science Fiction writer & winner of the 1975 Hugo award for <<The Forever War>> (also Viet Nam related). <<Newman 111>>.

1760. HALL, David. WEREWOLF & OTHER POEMS. Bald Mountain Press, 1981.
Includes the poems `Disgrace' & `The ambush of the Fourth Platoon.'

1761. HALL, Gus. STOP THE WAR NOW!

1762. HALL, Gus. TOWARD A PEACE TICKET IN 1968: Defeat the Forces of War & Racism. NY: New Outlook, 1967.
Communist Party position piece.

1763. HALL, James W. HARD AGROUND. NY: Delacorte, 1993.
Novel, set in Miami, involving an archeologist, with two of the main protagonists being Viet Nam vets. Their Viet Nam experience colors their present-day lives Miami. Some flashbacks to Viet Nam.

1764. HALL, James W. HARD AGROUND. NY: Dell (1994).
Novel, involving an archeologist, with two of the protagonists being Viet Nam vets. Their Viet Nam experiences color their present-day Miami lives. Some flashbacks to Viet Nam. Cover praise by Elmore Leonard.

1765. HALL, Ken. FLESH OR FANTASY. (Aquora, CA): (Pad Library) (1967).
Soft-core pornography set in Viet Nam. `Newman 30'.

1766. HALLIN. THE “UNCENSORED” WAR: The Media & Vietnam. NY: Oxford (1986).
Analysis of news coverage of the war & so-called uncensored news, post-war "conventional wisdom" on the subject in both conservative & liberal camps, & its minor role in the US collapse in the Vietnam War.

1767. HALLIN, Daniel C. THE “UNCENSORED” WAR: The Media & Vietnam. NY: University of California (1989).
Analysis of news coverage of the war & so-called uncensored news, post-war "conventional wisdom" on the subject in both conservative & liberal camps, & its minor role in the US collapse in the Vietnam War.

1768. HALPERIN, Morton H., Jerry J. Berman, Robert L. Borosage, Christine M. Marwick. THE LAWLESS STATE: The Crimes of U.S. Intelligence Agencies. (NY): Penguin, (1977).
CIA, FBI, NSA, IRS -- all too familiar. Book is scarce.

1769. HALPERN, A.M. COMMUNIST STRATEGY IN LAOS.

1770. HALPERN, Joel. THE ROLE OF THE CHINESE IN LAO SOCIETY. Bankok: Journal of the Siam Society, 1961.

1771. HALPERN, Samuel E. WEST PAC '64. Boston: Branden Press (1975).
Memoir of a Navy doctor's tour, lots of racist tinged humor; includes Tonkin Gulf incident. Uncommon title.

1772. HALSTEAD, Fred. `ANTIWAR GIs SPEAK'; See INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST REVIEW under Periodicals listing.

1773. HALSTEAD, Fred. GIs SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE WAR. NY: Merit, 1969.
Interviews with the `Fort Jackson 8' & start of `GIs United Against the War in Vietnam'.

1774. HALSTEAD, Fred. GIs SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE WAR. NY: Pathfinder, 1970.
Interviews with `Fort Jackson 8' & the start of `GIs United Against the War in Vietnam'.

1775. HALSTED, Fred. OUT NOW! A Participant's Account of the American Movement Against the Vietnam War. NY: Monad (1978).

1776. HAMBURGER, Gerd. THE PEKING BOMB.
Argues that China is source of drug problems among US soldiers in Viet Nam.

1777. HAMEL. RESISTANCE EN INDOCHINA.

1778. HAMILL, Pete. IRRATIONAL RAVINGS. NY: Putnam (1971).
Essays/articles, 20 or so of his time in Viet Nam.

1779. HAMILTON, Fritz. A FATHER AT A SOLDIER'S GRAVE. NY: Downtown Poets (1980).
Powerful poems, addressed to soldiers who died in Viet Nam. <<Newman 665>>.

1780. HAMILTON, Fritz. SORES & ROSES. NY: Downtown Poets Coop (1978).
Street & love poems, mostly of Chicago & NY. He also wrote a book of highly praised Viet Nam War poetry.

1781. HAMILTON, Michael P. (ed). THE VIETNAM WAR: Christian Perspectives. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1967.

1782. HAMILTON-PATERSON, James. THE GREEDY WAR: (A Very Personal War). NY: McKay (1972).
“How profiteers made billions out of your blood, sweat & taxes in Vietnam -- A very personal investigation”.Account of Cornelius Hawkridge’s eyewitness account of the black marketeers, thieves & hijackers. Hawkridge appeared before a Senate committee in secret testimony.

1783. HAMMEL, Eric. AMBUSH VALLEY: I Corps, Vietnam, 1967 -- The Story of a Marine Infantry Battalion's Battle for Survival. (Novato): Presidio (1990).

1784. HAMMEL, Eric. FIRE IN THE STREETS: The Battle for Hue, Tet 1968. Chicago: Contemporary Books (1991).

1785. HAMMEL, Eric. KHE SANH: Siege in the Clouds; An Oral History. NY: Crown (1989).
As told by the participants, the 77-day seige pitting 6,000 US Marines against an estimated 20,000 N. Viet Nam soldiers in one of the fiercest battles of the war.

1786. HAMMER, Ellen J. A DEATH IN NOVEMBER: America In Vietnam, 1963. NY: Dutton (1987).
Critical history of U.S. policy through the lens of a fateful year which saw assassinations of Kennedy & Diem in 1963.

1787. HAMMER, Ellen J. THE STRUGGLE FOR INDOCHINA. Stanford: Stanford, 1954.

1788. HAMMER, Ellen J. THE STRUGGLE FOR INDOCHINA. Stanford: Stanford, 1954.

1789. HAMMER, Ellen J. THE STRUGGLE FOR INDOCHINA CONTINUES.

1790. HAMMER, Ellen J. VIETNAM: Yesterday & Today.

1791. HAMMER, Richard. ONE MORNING IN THE WAR: The Tragedy at Son My. NY: Coward-McCann (1970).
Investigative report, including first-person testimony of the Son My/My Lai tragedy.

1792. HAMMER, Richard. ONE MORNING IN THE WAR: The Tragedy at Son My.
Investigative report, including first-person testimony of the Son My/My Lai tragedy.

1793. HAMMER, Richard. ONE MORNING IN THE WAR: The Tragedy at Son My. NY: Coward-McCann (1970).
Investigative report, including first-person testimony of the Son My/My Lai murders.

1794. HAMMER, Richard. ONE MORNING IN THE WAR: The Tragedy at Son My (Pinkville). London: Rupert Hart-Davis (1970).
Investigative report, including first-person testimony of the Son My/My Lai tragedy.

1795. HAMMER, Richard. THE COURT-MARTIAL OF LT. CALLEY.

1796. HAMMER, Richard. THE COURT-MARTIAL OF LT. CALLEY.

1797. HAMMOND, William M. UNKNOWN SERVICEMAN OF THE VIETNAM ERA.

1798. HANGEN, Patricia. TELL HIM THAT I HEARD. NY: Harper & Row, 1977.
By the wife of the Head of NBC Bureau in Hong Kong, who was captured in Cambodia, May 1970, & remains unaccounted for.

1799. HANH, N.... See THICH Nhat Hanh.

1800. HANNAH, Barry. AIRSHIPS. NY: Knopf, 1978.
Short stories, one about Viet Nam. <<Newman 509>>.

1801. HANNAH, Barry. RAY. NY: Knopf, 1980.

1802. HANNAH, Barry. RAY. NY: Ballantine, 1982.

1803. HANNAH, Barry. THE TENNIS HANDSOME. NY: Knopf, 1983.
Darkly humane comedy of four men, one a shell-shocked Viet Nam War vet.

1804. HANNAH, Barry see also STORIES OF THE MODERN SOUTH edited by Ben Forkner; the periodical ESQUIRE; MATTERS OF LIFE & DEATH edited by Tobias Wolff.

1805. HANNAH, Norman B. THE KEY TO FAILURE: Laos & the Vietnam War. NY: Madison Books, 1987.

1806. HARBUTT, Charles & Lee Jones. AMERICA IN CRISIS. NY: Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1969.
Collection of photos from the Magnum cooperative of photojournalists. Text by Mitchel Levitas. Depicts events primarily during 1968.

1807. HARDCASTLE, Paul. 19. (London): Chrysalis, 1985.
Record, one side being the song '19', a song about Viet Nam (19 was the average age of combat soldiers in Viet Nam. The sleeve is illustrated with photos from the war.

1808. HARDESTY, Chris. THE LAST MAN OUT OF SAIGON. NY: Bantam, 1989.

1809. HARDESTY, Steven. GHOST SOLDIERS. NY: Walker (1986).
A novel of Viet Nam & `the supernatural.' Ghosts of the dead fight alongside the living, as various soldier's fantasies are invoked as survival mechanisms as a Bravo Company is sent to resuce survivors of a downed chopper. Written by a former artillery officer in Viet Nam,

1810. HARDESTY, Steven. GHOST SOLDIERS. NY: Walker (1986).
A novel of Viet Nam & `the supernatural.' Ghosts of the dead fight alongside the living, as various soldier's fantasies are invoked as survival mechanisms as a Bravo Company is sent to rescue survivors of a downed chopper. Written by a former artillery officer in Viet Nam,

1811. HARDMAN, Ric. THE CHAPLAINS RAID. NY: Bantam, 1965.
Published in England as 'The Virgin War'.

1812. HARDY, Rene. SWORD OF GOD. London: Hamish Hamilton (1954).
French novel about the Indo-China war.

1813. HARDY, Rene. SWORD OF GOD. Garden City: Doubleday, 1954.
French novel about the Indo-China war.

1814. HARDY, Ronald. PLACE OF THE JACKALS. London: Frederick Mueeler, 1954.
Set in Laos, focused on the conflict between the `United Forces' & the Viet Minh.

1815. HARDY, Ronald. PLACE OF THE JACKALS. Garden City: Doubleday, 1955.
Set in Laos, focused on the conflict between the `United Forces' & the Viet Minh.

1816. HARE, David. THE ASIAN PLAYS: Fanshen, Saigon, A Map of the World. London: Faber & Faber, 1986.
Includes the play 'Saigon: The Year of the Cat'.

1817. HARPER, Stephen. LIVE TILL TOMORROW. London: Collins, 1977.
One of the more convincing novels about the fall of Saigon. Pratt.

1818. HARRIGAN, Anthony. A GUIDE TO THE WAR IN VIET NAM. Boulder: Panther, 1966.
Portrays the war as a guerilla war, & rejects the supposition that US troops might 'get bogged down in Asian jungles'.

1819. HARRIS, David. DREAMS DIE HARD: Three Men's Journey Through the Sixties. NY: St. Martin's/Marek (1982).
Account of three men's journey through the 60s: Allard Lowenstein, a player in the `Dump Johnson' movement who became a Congressman, & Dennis Sweeney, who killed him in 1980. Harris was very active in the antiwar movement & a close friend of both men.

1820. HARRIS, David. GOLIATH. NY: Sidereal Press, 1970.
By a founder of the Draft Resistance. He gave over 900 speeches advocating non-violent resistance to the war, & spent 3 years in jail for refusing induction. Introduction by Joan Baez, his wife at the time.

1821. HARRIS, David. OUR WAR: What We Did in Vietnam and What It Did To Us. NY: Times Books/Random House (1996).

1822. HARRIS, David & Mike Ferber. ON THE RESISTANCE. np: Liberation Press, c.1968.

1823. HARRIS, James F. THE AMBIVALENT HEART: Markings From Route One. NY: Herder & Herder, 1970.
Prose, poetic & spiritual reflections based on the author's experiences as a chaplain in Viet Nam.

1824. HARRIS, John D. WAR REPORTER. NY: Manor (1979).

1825. HARRIS, Wesley W. 'CROSS THE POND. Morgantown, WV: 'Cross the Pond Committee, 1977.
First person stories of a group of about 40 speech class members in Appalachia, all revolving around the war in SE Asia.

1826. HARRISON, Donald C. DISTANT PATROL: Virginia & the Vietnam War. Chelsea: Scarborough House, 1989.
Lists those awarded the Medal of Honor & those who lost their lives. Published under the auspices of the 'Virginia Korean-Vietnam War History Council'.

1827. HARRISON, Harry (ed). NOVA 3. London: Sphere, 1973,75.
Includes the science fiction short story 'The Defensive Bomber' by Hank Dempsey.

1828. HARRISON, James Pinckney. THE ENDLESS WAR: Fifty Years of Struggle in Vietnam. NY: Free Press, 1982.
Native resistance against successive waves of imperialists from a Vietnamese view point.

1829. HARRISON, Marshall. A LONELY KIND OF WAR: Forward Air Controller, Vietnam. Novato: Presidio Press (1989).
Memoir of a FAC, the eyes & ears of air attack, flying low & slow trying to draw enemy fire; their losses were high.

1830. HART, Adrian Liddell. STRANGE COMPANY. England: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1953.
Memoir, with two chapters about Viet Nam, one a background of the conflict & the other his experience as a combatant in the French Foreign Legion.

1831. HARTKE, Vance. THE AMERICAN CRISIS IN VIETNAM. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill, 1968.
Hartke, a Democratic Senator from Indiana, was a leader in Congressional dissent against the war, with a well-reasoned argument for his position.

1832. HARTLAND, Michael. DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN. London: Hodder & Stoughton (1983).
Spy novel which in part pertains to the French Indochina war, culminating in Chinese invasion of Viet Nam in '79.

1833. HARTLAND, Michael. DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN. NY: Macmillan (1983).
Spy novel which in part pertains to the French Indochina war, culminating in Chinese invasion of Viet Nam in '79.

1834. HARTLINE, David L. VIETNAM: What a Soldier Gives. Ga: 1984.
By a recon-scout with an aerial rifle team when he was wounded.

1835. HARVESTER, Simon. BATTLE ROAD. NY: McFadden-Bartell, 1969.

1836. HARVESTER, Simon. DRAGON ROAD. NY: McFadden-Bartell, 1971.

1837. HARVEY, Frank. AIR WAR -- VIETNAM. NY: Bantam (1967).
Anecdotal narrative.

1838. HASFORD, Gus, see also Frederick Pohl YESTERDAY'S TOMMORROWS; also the periodical PLAYBOY Vol 37, #1.

1839. HASFORD, Gustav. SHORT-TIMERS. NY: Harper & Row (1979).
Author's first book, & one of the more powerful novels of the war. Basis, along with Herr's `Dispatches,' for Kubrick's `Full Metal Jacket'. <<Newman 195>>.

1840. HASFORD, Gustav. SHORT-TIMERS. NY: Bantam (1980).
Hasford's first book & the basis for Stanley Kubrick's film `Full Metal Jacket.'

1841. HASFORD, Gustav. THE PHANTOM BLOOPER. NY: Bantam (1990).
Sequel to his highly-acclaimed first book, <<Short-Timers>> (basis for the Kubrick film <<Full-Metal Jacket>>).

1842. HASFORD, Gustav. THE PHANTOM BLOOPER. NY: Bantam (1990).
A follow-up to his first book, `Short-Timers'(basis for the Kubrick film `Full-Metal Jacket'). Hasford recently died.

1843. HASFORD, Gustav see also the periodical MIRROR NORTHWEST. Vol 3.
Includes short story `Is That You, John Wayne? Is This Me?'.

1844. HASKINS, James. THE WAR & THE PROTEST: Vietnam. Garden City: Doubleday (1971).
Discussion of the 60s US protest movement. Haskins taught in Harlem & also wrote `Diary of a Harlem School Teacher' & `Resistance: Profiles in Nonviolence'. At least one dealer listed this at 75. bucks in 1992.

1845. HASSELBLAD, Marva with Dorothy Brandon. LUCKY-LUCKY: A Nurse's Story of Life at a Hospital in Vietnam. NY: Evans (1966).
First-person account by a volunteer in Viet Nam in 1962. Listed at 50. bucks in 1990 & 1992.

1846. HASSELBLAD, Marva with Dorothy Brandon. LUCKY-LUCKY: A Nurse's Story of Life at a Hospital in Vietnam. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1967.
First-person account by a volunteer in Viet Nam in 1962.

1847. HASSET, Steve, see under Periodicals listings.

1848. HASSLER, Alfred. SAIGON, U.S.A. NY: Richard W. Baron, 1970.
Indictment of US in Viet Nam by the head of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, an interdenominational peace group. Intro by Senator George McGovern. We've seen the simultaneously-issued wraps edition of this book listed as high as 50 bucks by one reputable dealer.

1849. HASSLER, Alfred. SAIGON, U.S.A. NY: Richard W. Baron, 1970.
Indictment of US in Viet Nam by the head of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, an interdenominational peace group. Intro by Senator George McGovern.

1850. HASSLER, Alfred. SAIGON, U.S.A.
Indictment of US in Viet Nam by the head of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, an interdenominational peace group. Intro by Senator George McGovern. We've seen this wraps listed as high as 50 bucks by one reputable dealer.

1851. HASTINGS, Michael. THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER. NY: Macmillan (1986).
A thriller, centers on possible scandal involving the identity of a Viet Nam Unknown Soldier, as an MIA specialist finds he may have been a traitor & fragged by his own troops.

1852. HATHAWAY, Bo. A WORLD OF HURT. NY: Taplinger (1981).
The author's first book, a novel of two Green Berets fighting for quite different reasons. Hathaway was in the Special Forces. <<Newman 219>>.

1853. HATHAWAY, Bo. A WORLD OF HURT. NY: Avon (1984).
Author's first book, novel of two Green Berets fighting for very different reasons. Hathaway served in the Special Forces. <<Newman 219>>.

1854. HAUPTLY, Denis J. IN VIETNAM. NY: Atheneum, 1985.

1855. HAVILAND, H. Field, Jr., Larry L. Fabian, Karl Matthiasen III, & Arthur M Cox. VIETNAM AFTER THE WAR: Peacekeeping & Rehabilitation.

1856. HAWKES, H.C. SAIGON SIREN. San Diego: Greenleaf Classics, 1971.
Pornography.

1857. HAWKINS, Evelyn. VIETNAM NURSE. (NY): Zebra (1984).
Novel of a military volunteer nurse & the horrors she encounters. <<Newman 288>>.

1858. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 1: Blood Trails. NY: Ivy (1987).
First volume in the series. Raw recruits turned into heroes at Ia Drang.

1859. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #10: Monsoon Massacre. NY: Ivy, 1988.

1860. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #11: Sky Strike. NY: Ivy, 1988.

1861. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #12: Sniper Kill. NY: Ivy, 1989.

1862. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #13: Riverine Slaughter. NY: Ivy, 1989.

1863. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #14: Combat Killers. NY: Ivy, 1989.

1864. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 #15: Warrior Sky. NY: Ivy, 1989.

1865. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 3: Jungle Sweep. NY: Ivy, 1987.

1866. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 4: Red River. NY: Ivy, 1987.

1867. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 5: Renegade MIAs. NY: Ivy, 1987.

1868. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 6: Suicide Mission. NY: Ivy, 1987.

1869. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 7: Kill Zone. NY: Ivy, 1988.

1870. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 8: Death Brigade. NY: Ivy, 1988.

1871. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER 1 # 9: Pay Back. NY: Ivy, 1988.

1872. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER #1: BLOOD TRAILS. NY: Ivy (1987).
First in an adventure series set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 308>>.

1873. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER -- # 1: Blood Trails. London: Sphere, 1988.

1874. HAWKINS, Jack. CHOPPER -- #2: Tunnel Warriors. London: Sphere, 1988.

1875. HAYASHI, Tetsumaro see under John Steinbeck.

1876. HAYDEN, Tom. A VIETNAMESE VIEW OF HUMAN NATURE. (Santa Monica): (Indochina Peace Campaign) (1973).

1877. HAYDEN, Tom. LOVE OF POSSESSION IS A DISEASE WITH THEM. NY: Holt Rinehart & Winston (1972).
Washington's cover-up of the genocide in Viet Nam & its roots in American history.

1878. HAYDEN, Tom. LOVE OF POSSESSION IS A DISEASE WITH THEM. NY: Holt Rinehart & Winston (1972).
Washington's cover-up of the genocide in Viet Nam & its roots in American history. By the now California legislator.

1879. HAYDEN, Tom. TRIAL. NY: Holt Rinehart & Winston (1970).
Simultaneously issued in wraps. An account of the trial of the Chicago Seven, of which he was a member.

1880. HAYDEN, Tom. VIETNAM: The Struggle for Peace 1972-1973. Santa Monica/Cambridge: Indochina Peace Campaign, 1973.
Collection of articles with new intro by Hayden. Includes complete text of the us/Viet Nam peace agreement & other documents.

1881. HAYES, Harold (ed). SMILING THROUGH THE APOCALYPSE: Esquire's History of the Sixties. NY: McCall (1969).
The Viet Nam section includes Sack's `When Demirgian Comes Marching Home Again (Hurrah? Hurrah?),' Herr's `Hell Sucks,' & `An American Atrocity' by Normand Poirer. Other articles by Mailer, Wolfe, Baldwin, Bellow, Vidal, Genet, Burroughs, Leary, Southern, Bogdanovich, Berriault, et al, on SDS, hippies, Soul, etc.

1882. HAYSLIP, Le Le with Jay Wurts. WHEN HEAVEN & EARTH CHANGED PLACES: A Vietnamese Woman's Journey From War to Peace.

1883. HAZZARD, Mary. IDLE & DISORDERLY PERSONS. Seattle: Madrona, 1981.
Novel of the antiwar movement & its effects on the two protagonists.

1884. HEALY, Dorothy. A COMMUNIST SPEAKS AT THE TEACH-IN ON VIETNAM. Communist Party, 1966.

1885. HEALY, Jeremiah. STAKED GOAT. NY: Harper & Row (1986).
Mystery, of a murder, with roots in Viet Nam 12 years earlier.

1886. HEALY, Jeremiah. THE STAKED GOAT. NY: Harper & Row (1986).
Mystery, of a murder, with roots in Viet Nam 12 years earlier.

1887. HEATH, Layne. CW2. NY: Morrow (1990).

1888. HEATH, Layne. THE BLUE DEEP. NY: Morrow, 1993.
Novel of four flyers on a mission to hell. Heath also wrote <<CW2>>.

1889. HECKLER, Jonellen. SAFEKEEPING. NY: Putnam (1983).
Author's first book, about a POW & his wife at home.

1890. HEFFERNAN, William. THE CORSICAN. NY: Simon & Schuster (1983).
A thriller, of drug smuggling & organized crime, partly set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 256>>.

1891. HEFLEY, James C. BY LIFE OR BY DEATH: The Dramatic Story of the Valiant Missionary Martyrs Who Have Lived & Died for Christ in War-torn Vietnam.

1892. HEFLEY, James C. BY LIFE OR BY DEATH: Violence & Martyrdom in This Turbulent Age. Grand Rapids: Zondervan (1969).

1893. HEFLEY, James & Marti. NO TIME FOR TOMBSTONES: Life & Death in the Vietnamese Jungle. Harrisburg: Christian Publications (1974).
Novelized account of several missionaries captured in Tet offensive.

1894. HEINEMANN, Larry. CLOSE QUARTERS. NY: FSG (1977).
Author's first book, perhaps the best novel of the war. <<Newman 166>>.

1895. HEINEMANN, Larry. CLOSE QUARTERS. London: Faber (1987).
Author's first book, perhaps the best novel of the war. <<Newman 166>>.

1896. HEINEMANN, Larry. CLOSE QUARTERS. NY: Penguin (1986).

1897. HEINEMANN, Larry. CLOSE QUARTERS. NY: Popular Library (1977).
Author's first book, perhaps the best novel of the Vietnam War. <<Newman 166>>.

1898. HEINEMANN, Larry. PACO'S STORY. NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux (1986).
His second book & winner of the National Book Award, a novel about an injured vet -- the haunted sole survivor of an entire unit destroyed in Vietnam, who washes dishes in a restaurant -- & a vivid reminder of the young blue-collar workers who bore the brunt of the war. <<Newman 358>>.

1899. HEINEMANN, Larry. PACO'S STORY. London: Faber (1987).

1900. HEINEMANN, Larry. PACO'S STORY. NY: Penguin, 1987.

1901. HEINEMANN, Larry. PACO'S STORY.

1902. HEINEMANN, Larry. PACO'S STORY. NY: Farrar, Straus & Giroux (1986).
His second book & winner of the National Book Award, a novel about an injured vet -- the haunted sole survivor of an entire unit destroyed in Vietnam, who washes dishes in a restaurant -- & a vivid reminder of the young blue-collar workers who bore the brunt of the war. <<Newman 358>>.

1903. HEINEMANN, Larry, see also periodical ERGO! The Bumbershoot Literary Magazine.
Includes excerpt from 'Paco's Story' by Larry Heinemann & 'Larry Heinemann: Tender Brutality' by Jim Bodeen.

1904. HEINEMANN, Larry, see also THE BEST OF TRIQUARTERLY (ed by Jonathan Brent; PENTHOUSE; HARPER'S
Short stories, 'The First Clean Fact'; 'Firefight'; 'God's Marvelous Plan'.

1905. HEJZLAR, J. THE ART OF VIETNAM. London: Hamlyn, 1973.
241 photos with descriptive list of each plate.

1906. HELLER, Joseph. WE BOMBED IN NEW HAVEN. NY: Delta, 1967.
A play.

1907. HELLER, Joseph. WE BOMBED IN NEW HAVEN. NY: Dell, 1970.
A play.

1908. HELLMAN, John. AMERICAN MYTH & THE LEGACY OF VIETNAM: The New Journalism as New Fiction. Chicago: U of Chicago (1981).
One of only a handful standouts among serious critical studies of Viet Nam War literature. Focuses on Michael Herr, Hunter Thompson, Tom Wolfe & Norman Mailer.

1909. HELM, Eric. SCORPION SQUAD #1: Body Count. NY: Pinnacle (1984).
`Eric Helm' is a pseudonym for some Viet Nam vets writing this series together.

1910. HELM, Eric. SCORPION SQUAD #2: The Nhu Ky Sting. NY: Pinnacle (1984).

1911. HELM, Eric. SCORPION SQUAD #3: Chopper Command. NY: Pinnacle (1985).

1912. HELM, Eric. THE SCORPION SQUAD #4: River Raid. NY: Pinnacle, 1985.

1913. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO. NY: Gold Eagle (1986).

1914. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Cambodian Sanctuary. NY: Gold Eagle (1989).

1915. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Dragon's Jaw. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1989.

1916. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Empire. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1990.

1917. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Guidelines. Toronto/NY: Gold Eagle (1987).

1918. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Gunfighter. NY: Gold Eagle (1990).

1919. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Hamlet. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1988.

1920. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Incident at Plei Soi. Toronto: Gold Eagle (1988).

1921. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Moon Cusser. Toronto/NY: Gold Eagle, 1988.

1922. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Omnibus Edition 2. NY: Gold Eagle, 1989.
Action/adventure collection of three of Helms' earlier novels: 'The Hobo Woods,' 'Soldier's Medal' & 'Guidelines'.

1923. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: P.O.W. Toronto: Gold Eagle (1986).

1924. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Payback. Toronto/NY: Worldwide (1989).

1925. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Puppet Soldiers. NY: Worldwide, 1989.
Yet another action/adventure novel of a Special Forces mission into Cambodia. The CIA organizes the mission to assassinate Cambodian officers helping the NVA, but the Special Forces officer on the mission doesn't trust them.

1926. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Red Dust. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1988.

1927. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Shifting Fires. Toronto/NY: Gold Eagle, 1989.
Adventure novel based on events around Khe Sanh. Eric Helm is the pen name of two Vietnam vets.

1928. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Soldier's Medal. Toronto/NY: Gold Eagle (1987).

1929. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Tan Son Nhut. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1989.

1930. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Tet. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1988.

1931. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Fall of Camp A-555. Toronto: Gold Eagle (1987).

1932. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Hobo Woods. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1987.

1933. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Iron Triangle. NY: Gold Eagle (1988).

1934. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Kit Carson Scout. NY: Worldwide, 1987.
Action/adventure novel of a Special Forces cross-border suicide mission into Cambodia.

1935. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The MACV. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1989.

1936. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Raid. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1988.

1937. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: The Ville.

1938. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Unconfirmed Kill. Toronto/NY: Gold Eagle (1986).
Special Forces Camp A-555 go to Hong Kong for a little R & R away from the war in Vietnam, but the enemy stalks them there too. The third book in the series.

1939. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Warlord. NY: Gold Eagle (1990).

1940. HELM, Eric. VIETNAM: GROUND ZERO: Warrior. NY: Worldwide, 1990.
Action/adventure novel of a Special Forces Captain on a mission.

1941. HELMER, John. BRINGING THE WAR HOME: The American Soldier in Vietnam & After.

1942. HELSOP, J.M. FROM THE SHADOW OF DEATH.

1943. HEMPHILL, Paul. TOO OLD TO CRY. NY: Viking (1981).
Reportage, some from Viet Nam.

1944. HEMPSTONE, Smith. A TRACT OF TIME. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (1966).
Early important & influential novel of the Viet Nam War, `a profoundly anti-war novel.' <<Newman 12>>.

1945. HEMPSTONE, Smith. A TRACT OF TIME.
Early important & influential novel of the war, `a profoundly anti-war novel.' <<Newman 12>>.

1946. HEMPSTONE, Smith. A TRACT OF TIME. Greenwich: Fawcett (1966).
Early important & influential novel of the war, `a profoundly anti-war novel.' <<Newman 12>>.

1947. HENDERSON, Bill. PUSHCART PRIZE III: Best of the Small Presses. NY: Avon, 1979.
Includes the short story 'Doing Good' by John Balaban.

1948. HENDERSON, Bill. PUSHCART PRIZE IX: Best of the Small Presses. NY: Avon, 1985.
Includes the short story 'Cambodian Diary' by Edmund Keeley.

1949. HENDERSON, Bill (ed). PUSHCART PRIZE II: Best of the Small Presses. NY: Avon, 1978.
Includes excerpt `Going After Cacciato' by Tim O'Brien.

1950. HENDERSON, Charles. MARINE SNIPER: 93 Confirmed Kills. (Briarcliff Manor): Stein & Day (1986).
Biography of the most successful of Marine snipers, & now legendary, Carlos Hathcock, who personified the sniper motto `one shot, one kill.' The Carlos Hathcock Award is now given annually for markmanship.

1951. HENDERSON, William Darryl. WHY THE VIETCONG FOUGHT: A Study of Motivation & Control in a Modern Army in Combat. Westport: Greenwood, 1979.
Study draws upon 2,400 PLA POWs & defectors interviewed by the RAND corporation between 1965-67. Henderson commanded a company in Viet Nam & served in the offices of the Secretary of Defense & the Army Chief of Staff.

1952. HENDIN, Herbert & Ann Pollinger Haas. WOUNDS OF WAR: The Psychological Aftermath of Combat in Vietnam. NY: Basic Books (1984).

1953. HENDRICKS, G.C. THE SECOND WAR. NY: Viking (1990).
Novel of a Southern boy shot down over North Viet Nam. Months are spent escaping through the jungle before being rescued & returning home where he must now pay the full price of his escape. High praise from Craig Nova, Tim O'Brien & Robert Mason.

1954. HENDRY, James B. THE SMALL WORLD OF KHANH HAU: A Study of Economic Life and the Prospects of Development in a Vietnamese Rural Community. Chicago: Aldine (1964).

1955. HENNESEY, Hal. THE MIDNIGHT WAR. NY: Pyramid (1967).

1956. HENNESSEY, Hal. FREE FALL INTO HELL. NY: Belmont, 1967.

1957. HENNON, John. CAUGHT UP IN TIME.

1958. HENRI, Col. Raymond, USMCR. VIETNAM COMBAT ART. NY: Cavanagh & Cavanagh (1968).

1959. HENSCHEL, Lee, Jr. SHORT STORIES OF VIETNAM. Guthrie: Guthrie (1984).

1960. HENSLER, Paul. DON'T CRY, IT'S ONLY THUNDER. Garden City: Doubleday, 1984.
About a soldier supporting an orphanage in Viet Nam.

1961. HENSLEY, Joe. COLOR HIM GUILTY. NY: Walker (1987).

1962. HERBERT, Anthony B. w/James Wooten. SOLDIER. NY: HRW (1973).
Autobiography of highly decorated officer relieved of command for pressing too hard in fight against corruption in Viet Nam.

1963. HERD, Dale. DIAMONDS. Santa Barbara: Mudra, 1976.
Includes the short story 'Demolitions Expert'.

1964. HERD, Dale. EARLY MORNING WIND & Other Stories. Bolinas: Four Seasons, 1972.
Includes the short story 'Captain Baa Baa'.

1965. HERD, Dale. WILD CHERRIES. Bolinas: Timbouctou, 1980.
Includes the short story 'Girls'.

1966. HERMAN, Edward S. ATROCITIES IN VIETNAM. Philadelphia: Pilgrim (1970).

1967. HERMAN, Edward S. & Richard B. Du Boff. AMERICA'S VIETNAM POLICY: The Strategy of Deception. Washington: Public Affairs Press (1966).
Early effort to provide a systematic analysis in the face of government lies. Scarce.

1968. HEROD, Bill & Peggy. THE SINO-VIETNAMESE CONFLICT & U.S. POLICY.

1969. HERR, Michael. DISPATCHES. NY: Knopf, 1977.
A classic of war reporting & the basis for the film `Apocalypse Now.' First edition is very scarce.

1970. HERR, Michael. DISPATCHES. NY: Knopf, 1977.
A classic of war reporting & the basis for the film `Apocalypse Now.'

1971. HERR, Michael. DISPATCHES. London: Picador, 1978.
A classic of war reporting & the basis for the film `Apocalypse Now.' First edition is very scarce.

1972. HERR, Michael. DISPATCHES. NY: Knopf, 1977.
A classic of war reporting & the basis for the film `Apocalypse Now.'

1973. HERRERA, Barbara Hand. MEDICS IN ACTION.

1974. HERRGESELL, LTC Oscar. DEAR MARGARET, TODAY I DIED: Letters from Vietnam. TX: 1974.

1975. HERRGESELL, Oscar. DEAR MARGARET, TODAY I DIED: Letters From Vietnam. San Antonio: Naylor (1974).
Poignant letters from a Lieutenant Colonel who misses his wife -- & who died in Viet Nam. Scarce, according to Lopez.

1976. HERRING, George C. AMERICA'S LONGEST WAR: The United States & Vietnam, 1950-1975. Phila: Temple (1979,86).

1977. HERRING, George C. AMERICA'S LONGEST WAR: The United States & Vietnam, 1950-1975. NY: Wiley (1979).

1978. HERRING, George C. (ed). THE SECRET DIPLOMACY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: The Negotiating Volumes of the Pentagon Papers. Austin: U of Texas, 1983.

1979. HERRINGTON, Stuart A. PEACE WITH HONOR? An American Reports on Vietnam 1973-75 (Novato): Presidio (1983).
Personal account by intelligence officer of Communist build up in S. Viet Nam, 1973-75.

1980. HERRINGTON, Stuart A. SILENCE WAS A WEAPON: The Vietnam War in the Villages. (Novato): Presidio (1982).
Includes propaganda photos captured from the NV. By a former Captain whose job was to feret out communist sympathizers in the villages by coercion, vis-a-vis the infamous `Operation Phoenix,' which was supposed to ween the `hearts & minds' of villagers from the Viet Cong & win support for the S. Viet Nam government.

1981. HERRINGTON, Stuart A. SILENCE WAS A WEAPON: The Vietnam War in the Villages. (Novato): Presidio (1982).
Includes propaganda photos captured from the NV. By a former Captain whose job was to feret out communist sympathizers in the villages by coercion, vis-a-vis the infamous `Operation Phoenix,' which was supposed to ween the `hearts & minds' of villagers from the Viet Cong & win support for the S. Viet Nam government.

1982. HERRMAN, John. SUMMER WILL RISE & Other Stories. Allentown: John Herrman [Fremont: The Fault] 1975.
Includes the short story 'Discharged'.

1983. HERROD, Randy. BLUE'S BASTARDS. Washington: Regnery Gateway, 1989.

1984. HERROD, Randy. BLUE'S BASTARDS: A True Story of Valor Under Fire. (NY): Dell (1989).

1985. HERRZ, Martin F., assisted by Leslie Rider. THE PRESTIGE PRESS & THE CHRISTMAS BOMBING, 1972: Images & Reality in Vietnam. Washington: Ethics & Public Policy Center, 1980.
Study examines facts of bombing & the reportage, focusing on the discrepancy between them.

1986. HERSH, Seymour. MY LAI 4: A Report on the Massacre & Its Aftermath. NY: Random House (1970).
Based on interviews with nearly 50 members of Charlie company, Hersh reconstructs the massacre & how it happened.

1987. HERSH, Seymour. MY LAI 4: A Report on the Massacre & Its Aftermath. NY: Vintage (1970).
Based on interviews with nearly 50 members of Charlie company, Hersh reconstructs the massacre & how it happened. Lt. Calley, convicted for directing this massacre of 200+ women, children & men in a 20-minute span, got three years of “prison” (euphemism for “house arrest” in his apartment) for his part.

1988. HERSH, Seymour M. COVER-UP: The Army's Secret Investigation of the Massacre at My Lai 4. NY: Random House (1972).
Pulitzer prize winner Hersh was the first to break the story in '69 (disputed). He found that the same unit on the same morning as My Lai 4 massacred yet another village; an ugly picture of what went on behind the scenes in the Army's 40-volume secret report & internal interrogations & how the army distorted & lied to cover its' ass.

1989. HERSHMAN, Morris. GLORY IN HELL. NY: Lancer, 1967.

1990. HERSHMAN, Morris. MISSION TO HELL. NY: Pyramid (1968).

1991. HERSHMAN, Morris. MISSION TO HELL. Israel: Priory Books, nd.

1992. HERTZLER, Terry. THE WAY OF THE SNAKE & Other Poems; Writings From the War in Vietnam. San Diego: Caernarvon, 1985.

1993. HERZ, Martin F. & Leslie Rider. THE PRESTIGE PRESS & THE CHRISTMAS BOMBING, 1972. Washington: Ethics & Policy Center (1980).
How the bombing was covered in major medias.

1994. HERZOG, John L. (ed). DADDY WON'T BE HOME FOR A LONG TIME. Apollo, 1971.
Reproduction of children's letters to Hanoi seeking release of POWs.

1995. HESLOP, J.M. Dell R. Van Roden. FROM THE SHADOW OF DEATH: Stories of POWs. Salt Lake City: Deseret Books, 1973.
Chronicles the story of eight Mormon Vietnam prisoners.

1996. HESS, Martha. THEN THE AMERICANS CAME: Voices From Vietnam. NY: Four Walls Eight Windows (1993).
Experiences of Vietnamese survivors of the war, based on several trips to Viet Nam.

1997. HEUBECK, Kerry. WHERE FEASTS COME RARELY. SF: Pomegranite, 1989.

1998. HEWISON, Rowan. SLOCUM. Self-published 1977.
Short stories, 3 concerning Viet Nam.

1999. HEYMARD, Jean. VERITE SUR L'INDOCHINE.

2000. HEYWOOD, Joe T. TAXI DANCER. NY: Berkeley (1985).
Novel of the air war. High praise on the cover by Robert Mason.

2001. HICKEY, Gerald Cannon. SONS OF THE MOUNTAINS: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese Central Highlands to 1954. New Haven: Yale, 1982.

2002. HICKEY, Gerald Cannon. VILLAGE IN VIETNAM. New Haven: Yale (1964).

2003. HIGGINS, Clay. BUY ME, SAIGON TEA? Ft. Lauderdale: Ashley, 1991.

2004. HIGGINS, Hugh. VIETNAM. London: Heinemann Educational Books, 1982.
Title originally published in 1975, this extends through 1980, with three new chapters.

2005. HIGGINS, Jack. THE KHUFRA RUN. London: Panther, 1985.
The story begins in Viet Nam, with flashbacks.

2006. HIGGINS, Jack. TOLL FOR THE BRAVE. NY: Fawcett, 1971.
Adventure novel, about a third set in a N. Viet Nam prison.

2007. HIGGINS, Jack. TOLL FOR THE BRAVE. NY: Signet, 1984.

2008. HIGGINS, Jack. TOLL FOR THE BRAVE. Greenwich: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1976.

2009. HIGGINS, Jack. TOUCH THE DEVIL. NY: Stein & Day, 1982.
Prologue takes place in 1968 Viet Nam.

2010. HIGGINS, Jack. TOUCH THE DEVIL. NY: Signet, 1983.
Prologue takes place in 1968 Viet Nam.

2011. HIGGINS, Jack. TOUCH THE DEVIL. London: Pan, 1983.
Prologue takes place in 1968 Viet Nam.

2012. HIGGINS, Marguerite. OUR VIETNAM NIGHTMARE. NY: Harper & Row (1965).
Analysis of the war by its' first female combat reporter. Unfortunately, despite her earlier reputation for combat reporting, she proved an inept, if experienced reporter, like Richard Tregaskis (both of whom bought into the Defense Department line & cover-up).

2013. HILD, Jack. SOBS #3: Butchers of Eden. Toronto/NY: Worldwide, 1984.

2014. HILD, Jack. SOBS #7: RIVER OF FLESH. NY: Gold Eagle (1985).

2015. HILD, Jack. SOBS #7: RIVER OF FLESH. NY: Gold Eagle (1985).

2016. HILDEBRAND, George C. CAMBODIA: Starvation & Revolution. NY: Monthly Review (1976).

2017. HILER, Greg. MONKEY MOUNTAIN. NY: Belmont Tower (1979).
Conflict between enlisted men & lifers at a Marine base near Da Nang. Newman 196.

2018. HILL, Larry. VIET NAM: Up Front. Exposition Press of Florida (1987).
Novel by a former Newsweek war correspondent.

2019. HILL, Larry. VIET NAM: Up Front. Pompano Beach: Exposition, 1987.
Fictionalized account of a new man's experiences in 1967-68.

2020. HILL, Terrence F. WAR & AFTER. NY: Vantage Press, 1972.

2021. HILLDRUP, Robert P. TO DIE FOR A GOLDEN LEAF. NY: Manor, 1979.

2022. HILLERMAN, Tony. FINDING MOON. NY: HarperCollins, (1995).
Moon Mathias mystery, set in Southeast Asia in the mid-70s, involving the killing fields of Cambodia & Vietnam.

2023. HILLS, L. Rust (ed). GREAT ESQUIRE FICTION: The Finest Stories From the First Fifty Years. NY: Viking, 1983.
Includes the short story 'Ghost Soldiers' by Tim O'Brien.

2024. HILLS, L. Rust (ed). GREAT ESQUIRE FICTION: The Finest Stories From the First Fifty Years. NY: Penguin, 1983.
Includes the short story 'Ghost Soldiers' by Tim O'Brien.

2025. HILLS, Rust & Tom Jenks (eds). THE ESQUIRE FICTION READER, Volume II. Green Harbor: Wampeter, 1986.
Includes the short stories, 'Underground Tests' by Tim O'Brien & 'Soldier's Joy' by Tobias Wolff'.

2026. HIRSCH, Phil. THROUGH ENEMY LINES.

2027. HIRSCH, Phil (ed). DIRTY LITTLE WARS: Brutal Stories of Men Fighting a Dirty War. NY: Pyramid (1967).
Anthology of war stories from `Man's Magazine' including one set in Viet Nam. An uncommon collection.

2028. HIRSCH, Phil (ed). THROUGH ENEMY LINES. NY: Pyramid, 1968.
Includes the short story 'Escape From a Viet Cong Prison Camp' by William Harris.

2029. HIRSCH, Phil (ed). VIETNAM COMBAT. NY: Pyramid (1967).
Collection of true stories, short personal accounts of combat (`Brutal stories of men fighting a dirty war') from `Man's Magazine'.

2030. HIRSCH, Phil (ed). WAR. NY: Pyramid, 1964.

2031. HO Chi Minh. AGAINST U.S. AGGRESSION FOR NATIONAL SALVATION. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.
Collection of articles, letters, speeches & statements presented in chronological order. Letters from Ho to <<Minority of One>>, Linus Pauling, Bertrand Russell, & Lyndon Johnson, among others. Interviews with Wilfred Burchett & Felix Greene.

2032. HO Chi Minh. HO CHI MINH ON REVOLUTION: Selected Writings, 1920-1966. (NY): Signet (1968).

2033. HO Chi Minh. HO CHI MINH ON REVOLUTION: Selected Writings, 1920-66. NY: Praeger (1967).

2034. HO Chi Minh. HO CHI MINH ON REVOLUTION: Selected Writings, 1920-66. NY: Praeger (1967).

2035. HO Chi Minh. HO CHI MINH: Selected Articles & Speeches 1920-1967. NY: International Publishers (1970).

2036. HO Chi Minh. LE PROCES DE LA COLONISATION FRANCAISE. Hanoi: Editions en Langues Etrangers, 1962.
Written by Ho under the name Nguyen Ai Quoc, though Lacoutre, in his bio of Ho, states his friend Nguyen The Truyen may have written the complete work.

2037. HO Chi Minh. NOTRE POLITIQUE DE PAIX: Declarations du President Ho Chi Minh apres la Congerence de Geneve.

2038. HO Chi Minh. ON LENIN & LENINISM: Selected Speeches & Articles. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1971.

2039. HO CHI MINH. PHOTOGRAPH, AUTOGRAPHED.
Original photograph, a studio portrait taken at a young age, undated, but probably late 1930s. In original photo studio wrapper with photographer's stamp. Inscribed by Ho in `Friendship.' Ink bleed & signature extending onto orig folder in effect authenticates a very good example of an extremely rare signature.

2040. HO Chi Minh. PRESIDENT HO CHI MINH'S TESTAMENT: Appeal & Last Tribute of Central Committee of Viet Nam Worker's Party. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1969.

2041. HO Chi Minh. PRISON DIARY. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.

2042. HO Chi Minh. PRISON DIARY. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.

2043. HO Chi Minh. THE PRISON DIARY OF HO CHI MINH. NY: Bantam (1971).
Written between August 1942 & September 1943, when Ho Chi Minh was a prisoner in more than 18 South China jails. The diary consists of 115 verses -- quatrains & Tang poems in the classical Chinese style.

2044. HO Chi Minh, Hernando Pacheco, Le Duan y Otros. VIETNAM: Hazana de la Liberated. Asturias, Mexico: Editorial Samo, 1973.

2045. HO CHI MINH). HUYEN, N. Khac. VISION ACCOMPLISHED? The Enigma of Ho Chi Minh. NY: Macmillan, 1971.
Political biography by a Vietnamese who lived in North Viet Nam for seven years.

2046. HO Chi Minh). LACOUTURE, Jean. HO CHI MINH: A Political Biography. (Middlesex): Penguin (1969).
The Peter Wiles translation published in 1968, with revisions for this edition. By a French journalist who went to Indochina in 1945 & became intimate with the factions & individuals involved in the wars.

2047. HO Chi Minh, Nguyen Luong Bang, Fam Hung, Le Van Luong, Vo Nguyen Giap & Hoang Kuok Vjet. NIA HEROA POPOLO: Rakontoj pri la Revoluicia Vivo de la Popolgividantoj kaj Batalantoh de Vjetnamio. Hanojo: Fremdlingva Eldonejo, 1962.

2048. HO Phuong. KAN LIK: Romano. Hanojo: Fremdlingva Eldonejo, 1969.

2049. HOA MAI (ed). THE 'NHAN VAN' AFFAIR. Christiansburg: Dalley Books, nd.
An edited, undated, edition of five issues of the Nhan Van newspaper in Hanoi between 9/20/56 & 11/20/56. Originally published by the Vietnam Chapter of Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League.

2050. HOA, Ngyuyen Dinh. READ VIETNAMESE. Rutland: Tuttle, 1966.

2051. HOANG Van Thai, Lt. Gen. SOME ASPECTS OF GUERRILLA WARFARE IN VIETNAM. Hanoi\\ Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1965.

2052. HOBSON, Christopher. VIETNAM: Which Way Out. NY: SDS, n.d.

2053. HOBSON, Geary (ed). THE REMEMBERED EARTH: An Anthology of Contemporary Native American Literature. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico, 1979,87.
Includes the short story 'Dragon Mountain' by Robert L. Perea.

2054. HOBSON, Mark S. HONOR CLEAN. (Iowa City): Image & Idea (1978).

2055. HOC TAP. PEACE OR VIOLENCE: Reprinted in English from Hoc Tap ( Study), Theoretical Organ of the Central Committee of the Viet Nam Waorkers' Party, September Issue, 1963. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1963.

2056. HODGSON, Michael T. THE BEST OF SGT. MIKE. Washington: Army Times, 1973.

2057. HODGSON, Michael T. WITH SGT. MIKE IN VIETNAM. (Washington DC): (Army Times) (1971).

2058. HOFFMAN, Margaret. VIETNAM VIEWPOINTS: A Handbook for Concerned Citizens. Austin, TX: Self-published, 1968.

2059. HOFFMAN, Paul. MORATORIUM. NY: Tower Public Affairs (1970).

2060. HOGAN, Homer (ed). POETRY OF RELEVANCE. London: Methuen, 1970.
Includes 'Cain in Vietnam' by David Bare & 'The Universal Soldier' by Buffy Sainte-Marie.

2061. HOLINGER, William. THE FENCE-WALKER. (Albany): State University of New York Press (1985).

2062. HOLLAND, William. LET A SOLDIER DIE. NY: Delacorte (1984).
Author's first novel, of helicopter warfare & a pilot who must retrieve the bodies of soldiers killed by his own friendly fire.

2063. HOLLEY, Byron E. VIETNAM 1968-1969: A Battalion Surgeon's Journal. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Memoir of a doctor assigned to the 4th Battalion of the 39th Regiment, 9th Infantry Division, under Colonel Hackworth (author of 'About Face').

2064. HOLLEY, Charles. AERO-SCOUTS. (Alt. Spelling Aeroscouts) NY: Pocket, 1992.
Memoir of a light observation helicopter (called Loaches) pilot with Delta Troop 2/1st Cavalry Regiment at Pleiku in 1968.

2065. HOLLINGSWORTH, Tom. BEHIND THE SCENES IN VIETNAM. Oklahoma City: Self-published, ca 1967.

2066. HOLLIS, Jocelyn. VIETNAM POEMS. NY: American Poetry Press (1981).

2067. HOLLIS, Jocelyn. VIETNAM POEMS II: A New Collection. Phila: American Poetry Press, 1983.

2068. HOLLIS, Jocelyn. VIETNAM POEMS: The War Poems of Today. Phila: American Poetry Press, 1983.
First issued in 1979(?).

2069. HOLY CROSS QUARTERLY V4 #1 The Burden of the Berrigans.

2070. HOLZER, Werner. VIETNAM ODER DI FREIHEIT ZU STERBEN. Munchen: R. Piper, 1968.

2071. HOMER, Joel. FEVERS. NY: Bantam, 1986.

2072. HONDA, Katsuichi. VIETNAM.

2073. HONEY, P.J. COMMUNISM IN NORTH VIETNAM: Its Role in the Sino-Soviet Dispute. Cambridge: MIT (1963).

2074. HONEY, P.J. IF THE COMMUNISTS WON.

2075. HONEY, P.J. NORTH VIETNAM TODAY: Profile of a Communist Satellite. NY: Praeger (1968).
Contributors include Devillers, Fall, Hoang Van Chi, et al.

2076. HONIG, Louis. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY: Read & Destroy. LA: Charles (1972)
American/Chinese intelligence agents attempt to thwart man who can bring early end to Viet Nam war. Newman 112.

2077. HONIG, Louis. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY: Read & Destroy.

2078. HONIGMAN, Robert. See Fiction anthology edited by Martin L. Greene.

2079. HOOD, Robert E. 12 AT WAR: Great Photographers Under Fire. NY: Putnam (1967).
Sketches of 12 photographers with examples of their work. Includes Horst Faas in Viet Nam, plus Fenton, Brady, Hare, Kertesz, Bourke-White, Steichen, Mydans, Duncan, Cartier-Bresson, & Capa.

2080. HOOPES, Townsend. LIMITS OF INTERVENTION. NY: McKay (1969).

2081. HOOVER, Paul. SAIGON, ILLINOIS. NY: Vintage (1988).
Novel of a CO during the war, doing alternative service in a hospital in Chicago.

2082. HOPE, Bob. FIVE WOMEN I LOVE. Garden City: Doubleday, (1966).
Hope's Viet Nam tours, Christmas cheer with Janis Paige, Anita Bryant, Kaye Stevens, Joey Heatherton & Carroll Baker. Life is just another TV show.

2083. HOPE, Bob. ON THE ROAD TO VIETNAM.

2084. HORAN, James. NEW VIGILANTES. NY: Crown (1975).
About seven POWs returning home to be confronted by the lawlessness of the society they've returned to. `A master storyteller's savage tale of law enforcement outside the law.

2085. HORLEMANN, Jurgen & Peter Gang. VIETNAM: ACHTERGRONDEN VEN EEN CONFLICT.

2086. HORNE, A.D. THE WOUNDED GENERATION. Prentice-Hall, 1981.
Excellent collection of oral/personal narrative, including excerpts from the works of Caputo, O'Brien, Herr, Webb, plus a symposium about after effects. <<Pratt>>.

2087. HOROWITZ, David. FREE WORLD COLOSSUS: A Critique of American Foreign Policy in the Cold War. NY: Hill & Wang (1965).
Includes section on Viet Nam.

2088. HOROWITZ, Irving Louis. THE STRUGGLE IN THE MESSAGE: The Organization & the Ideology of the Anti-war Movement.

2089. HOSMER, Stephen T. VIET CONG REPRESSION & ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE. Lexington: Heath Lexington Books (1970).

2090. HOSMER, Stephen T., Konrad Kellen & Brian M. Jenkins. FALL OF SOUTH VIETNAM: Statements by Vietnamese Military & Civilian Leaders. NY: Crane Russak (1980).

2091. HOUGRON, Jean. BARBARIANS COUNTRY. NY: Farrar, Straus & Cudahy (1961).
Novel of the Indo-China war in the '50s.

2092. HOUGRON, Jean. REAP THE WHIRLWIND. NY: FSG (1953).
Novel of the first Indochina war.

2093. HOUSTON, Darrell Bob. KING OF THE MIDNIGHT BLUE. LA: Avatar Press, 1976.
About D.B. Cooper, famous skyjacker, with many references to the Viet Nam War, the 'Fishhead Monk,' etc.

2094. HOVIS, Bobbi. STATION HOSPITAL SAIGON: A Navy Nurse in Vietnam, 1963-1964. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1991.
Memoir of a nurse assigned to help establish the first US Naval Station hospital there.

2095. HOWARD, Clark. SIBERIA 10. NY: Pinnacle, 1973.

2096. HOWE, Fanny, see under Della Field (pseud).

2097. HOWELL, Haney. ROAD RUNNERS. Boulder: Paladin, 1989.

2098. HOWELL-KOEBLER, Nancy (ed), see under Gordon BAER.

2099. HOWES, Craig. VOICES OF THE VIETNAM POWs: Witnesses to Their Fight. NY: Oxford U, 1993.
Argues that POWs developed a collective history of their experience & he reviews their captivity narratives in respect to what they tell about the POWs, their captors & America's Vietnam legacy.

2100. HU, TO. BLOOD & FLOWERS: The Path of the Poet To Hu. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1978.
To Hu was a poet imprisoned by the French & became a leader in the revolution. This book has poetry written from 1938 to 1970, with an interview.

2101. HUARD, Pierre et Maurice Durand. CONNAISSANCE DU VIET-NAM. Paris: Imprimene Nationale, 1954.
By two members of the L'ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. 21 chapters of various subjects, 132 figures.

2102. HUBBELL, John. G. P.O.W.: A Definitive History of the American Prisoner-of-war Experience in Vietnam, 1964-1973. NY: Reader's Digest Press, 1976.

2103. HUDDLE, David. A DREAM WITH NO STUMP ROOTS IN IT. np: U of Missouri, 1975.
Author's 1st book, stories, 2 about Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

2104. HUDDLE, David. ONLY THE LITTLE BONE. Boston: Godine (1986).
Short stories, one marginally related to Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

2105. HUDDLE, David. PAPER BOY. Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh (1979).
Poems, some about Viet Nam, by a vet. Not in Newman.

2106. HUDDLE, David. STOPPING BY HOME. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith, 1988.
Includes a section of 18 Viet Nam war poems.

2107. HUDDLE, David see short story in ON THE JOB edited by William O'Rourke.
Work-related collection, includes 'The Interrogation of the Prisoner Bung by Mister Hawkins & Sergeant Tree'.

2108. HUDSON, Christopher. THE KILLING FIELDS. (NY): Dell (1984).

2109. HUGGET, William Turner. BODY COUNT. NY: Putnam (1973).
Author's first book, about Marines in Viet Nam in late 60s, by aformer Marine. Putnam Award novel. Newman considers this one of the best novels of Marines in Viet Nam. <<Newman 126>>.

2110. HUGHES, Frank. EVERYDAY HEROES. NY: Leisure (1981).

2111. HUGHES, Larry. YOU CAN SEE A LOT STANDING UNDER A FLARE IN THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM: MY YEAR AT WAR.

2112. HULL, Roger H. & John C. Novogrod. LAW & VIETNAM. Dobbs Ferry, NY: Oceana Publications, 1968.

2113. HUMPHERY, Vernon. MACGONIGAL'S WAY. NY: Tor, 1987.

2114. HUMPHREY, Mary Ann. MY COUNTRY, MY RIGHT TO SERVE.

2115. HUNT, David. `Organizing for Revolution in Vietnam.' SEE PERIODICAL RADICAL AMERICA, Vol. 8, #1&2.

2116. HUNT, Greg. MISSION TO DARKNESS. Dell/Danbury, 1983.

2117. HUNTER, Evan. SONS. NY: NAL (1970).
Novel of the war & effects on a family. Newman 71.

2118. HUNTER, Paul. YOUR HOUSE IS ON FIRE & YOUR CHILDREN ARE GONE. Seattle: Consumption, 1970.
Poems.

2119. HUNTER, R. Lanny & Victor L. LIVING DOGS & DEAD LIONS. NY: Viking (1986).
Novel of a vet haunted by war memories & the death of his best friend. <<Newman 362>>.

2120. HURLEY, Chalres A. TOUCH MY WORDS HEAR MY FEELINGS. Norwood: Self-published, 1986.

2121. HURWITZ, Ken. MARCHING NOWHERE. NY: Norton (1971).
Informal first-hand account of organizing a march on Washington, the Moratorium, & other peace movement experiences.

2122. HUTCHENS, James M. BEYOND COMBAT. Chicago: Moody (1968).
Foreword by Major General E.W. Williamson. By a Chaplain in the combat zone with the Green Berets & airborne troops.

2123. HUTCHENS, James M. BEYOND COMBAT. Chicago: Moody (1968).

2124. HUU Mai. LA LASTA ALTAJO: Romano (Pri la Batalo de Djen Bjen Fu). Hanajo: Fremdlingva Eldonejo, 1963.

2125. HUYEN, N. Khac. VISION ACCOMPLISHED? The Enigma of Ho Chi Minh. NY: Collier, 1971.

2126. HUYNH Kim Khanh. VIETNAMESE COMMUNISM, 1925-1945. Ithaca: Cornell U, 1989.
Draws upon French secret police reports, official ICP documents & directives, underground publications & interviews with several Vietnamese leaders active during this period.

2127. HUYNH QUANG NHUONG. THE LAND I LOST: Adventures of a Boy in Vietnam. NY: Harper Trophy, 1986.

2128. HUYNH SANH THONG (ed & trans). THE HERITAGE OF VIETNAMESE POETRY. New Haven: Yale, 1979.

2129. HYER, Richard. RICEBURNER. NY: Scribners (1986).
A novel set in the crime-ridden underworld of Chicago where Harry Dane is up against cops, Vietnamese immigrants who are frightened & silent, etc. The first novel by this Cleveland author.

2130. HYER, Richard. RICEBURNER. NY: Scribners (1986).
A novel set in the crime-ridden underworld of Chicago where Harry Dane is up against cops, Vietnamese immigrants who are frightened & silent, etc. The first novel by this Cleveland author.

2131. HYMAN, Tom. RICHES & HONOR. NY Viking (1985).
Novel of family w/two sons, one a POW, the other a rebel. <<Not in Newman>>.

2132. HYMOFF, Edward. FOURTH INFANTRY DIVISION: VIETNAM.

2133. HYND, Noel. REVENGE. NY: Dial, 1976.
Author's first book, of a former POW returning to Viet Nam to find his torturer. <<Newman 160>>.

2134. HYND, Noel. REVENGE. NY: Dell, 1978.

2135. IENG, Sary. SPEECH BY THE DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER IN CHARGE OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IENG SARY.

2136. IENG Thirith. STATEMENT BY..., MINISTER FOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS, HEAD OF THE DELEGATION OF DEMOCRATIC KAMPUCHEA AT THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR SOLIDARITY WITH KAMPUCHEA, 17-18 NOVEMBER, 1979.

2137. IKLE, Charles. EVERY WAR MUST END. NY: Columbia U, 1971.

2138. INADA, Lawson Fusao. BEFORE THE WAR: Poems As They Happened. NY: Morrow, 1971.

2139. INDOCHINA ARTS PROJECT. AS SEEN BY BOTH SIDES: American & Vietnamese Artists Look at the War. Boston: Indochina Arts Project/William Joiner Foundation, 1991.

2140. INDOCHINA CURRICULUM GROUP. FRONT LINES: Soldier's Writings from Vietnam. Cambridge: Indochina Curriculum Group (1975).

2141. INDOCHINA INFORMATION PROJECT. A PENTAGON PAPERS DIGEST.

2142. INDOCHINA PEACE CAMPAIGN. WOMEN UNDER TORTURE. Santa Monica: Indochina Peace Campaign, 1973.

2143. INDOCHINA RESOURCE CENTER. INDOCHINA TODAY: A Compilation of Articles & Documents on Indochina. Washington: The Center, 1974.

2144. INDOCHINA SOLIDARITY COMMITTEE. VIETNAM FACT SHEET 1945-1973. NY: The Committee, ca.1973.

2145. INFANTRY MAGAZINE, (ed).

2146. INSTITUTE OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES, COMMITTEE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES OF THE D.R.V.N. THE PARIS AGREEMENT ON VIETNAM: Fundamental Juridical Problems. Hanoi: The Institute, 1973.

2147. INSTITUTE OF STATE & LAW, U.S.S.R. ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (ed). US AGRESSION IN VIETNAM - CRIME AGAINST PEACE & HUMANITY. NoPlace: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, ca. 1965.
Takes advantage of the US involvement in Vietnam to criticize the US.

2148. INSTITUTE OF THE HISTORY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF VIETNAM. HISTORY OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF VIETNAM. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1986.
Compilation, a revision & supplementation of 'Fifty Years of Activities of the Communist Party of Vietnam' previously edited by the F.L.P.H. in 1980. Five parts: birth of the party, leadership & the struggle for power, resisting colonialism, the party's two strategies & the 'Socialist Republic of Vietnam, 1975-1985'.

2149. IREDELL, F. Raymond. VIET-NAM: The Country & the People. NY: American (1966).
By a professor who was with the US Information Service 1959-63.

2150. IRVING. FIRST INDOCHINA WAR.

2151. ISAACS, Arnold R. WITHOUT HONOR: Defeat in Vietnam & Cambodia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University (1983).
Personal account by the <<Baltimore Sun>> SE Asia war (1972-1975). With a chapter on the fall of Laos.

2152. ISARD, Walter (ed). VIETNAM: Some Basic Issues & Alternatives.

2153. IVES, John (a/k/a Brian Garfield). FEAR IN A HANDFUL OF DUST. NY: Dutton (1978).
Willson #379: `originally pub by Jove Books under pseud John Ives'. Jove is probably the 1st pb issue(?).

2154. JACKSON, Blyden. OPERATION BURNING CANDLE. NY: Third Press (1973).
Scarce novel of several black vets who come back to wage war in Manhattan. Includes recollected scenes of combat in Viet Nam. Newman 127.

2155. JACKSON, Blyden. OPERATION BURNING CANDLE. NY: Pyramid, 1974.
This paperback issue of the very scarce hardback was also reissued by Pyramid in 1976. Afro-American author.

2156. JACOB, John. LIGHT FANDANGO. Chicago: Another Chicago Press (1988).

2157. JACOB, John. LONG RIDE BACK. NY: Thunder Mouth's Press (1988).
Poet's first novel.

2158. JACOB, John. LONG RIDE BACK. NY: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1988.

2159. JACOBS, John, see short story in the periodical OTHER VOICES.
Includes the short story 'Blues/Novel Excerpt (For Dad)'.

2160. JACOBY, Erich H. AGRARIAN UNREST IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. NY: Columbia University, 1949.

2161. JAEGER, Lowell. NATIVE LAND. Johnstown: Pudding House, 1988.
2nd half of this book is poems related to the Viet Nam war.

2162. JAFFE, Harold & John Tytell (eds). THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: A Radical Reader. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
Collects pieces by Cleaver, LeRoi Jones, Abbie Hoffman, Martin Duberman, Leary, Norman O. Brown, R.E.L. Masters, Reps, Gary Snyder, McLuhan, Artaud, Rothenberg, Cage, Gleason, Lenny Bruce, Ferlinghetti, Wakowski, MacLow, Bly, Paxton (<<Talking Vietnam Potluck Blues>>), Grace Slick, Toby Olson, Levertov, Strand, Tom Hayden, Paul Goodman, et al.

2163. JAGNINSKI, Tom. ZERO CASUALTIES. Chicago: Walker, 1991.
Novel of CIA-Army rivalry in Laos as the war winds down in Viet Nam.

2164. JAMES, Allen. STOP THE WAR. NY: Stanyan, 1970.
Small picture book containing quotes about war & peace. Anti-war quotes from numerous luminaries such as Thomas Carlyle & John Foster Dulles; photographs are of tombstones from a military cemetary.

2165. JAMES, Allston. ATTIC LIGHT. Santa Barbara: Capra, 1979.
Novel of a vet being wounded in Viet Nam & returning home in the 60s & the alienation & difficulties of adjusting to civilian life. <<Newman 197>>.

2166. JAMES, Reverend Victor, Unitarian Church of Melbourne, Australia. VIETNAM FOR THE VIETNAMESE. Los Angeles: The First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, ca.1961.

2167. JANKOWSKY, Nicolas. ETHICS & THE WAR.

2168. JANSE. PEOPLES OF FRENCH INDOCHINA. Smithsonian.

2169. JAUNAL, Jack W. VIETNAM '68: Jack's Journal. SF: Denson, 1981.
By a Marine NCO with diary entries beginning December 1967 at the Staging Battalion, Camp Pendleton through his Vietnam tour with the First Marine Division.

2170. JENKS, Tom (ed). SOLDIERS & CIVILIANS: Americans at War & at Home. NY: Bantam (1986).
Collection of war stories many pertaining to Viet Nam. Uncommon hardcover, issued in small numbers simultaneous with the softcover.

2171. JENKS, Tom (ed). SOLDIERS & CIVILIANS: Americans at War & at Home. NY: Bantam, 1986.

2172. JENNESS, Caroline. IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL VS. NEGOTIATIONS.

2173. JENNESS, Doug. WAR & REVOLUTION IN VIETNAM. NY: Young Socialist Alliance, 1970.
Revisions to this edition by the author consists of updating & stylistic changes. Follows 35,000 copies sold in previous editions.

2174. JENNINGS, Patrick. BATTLES OF THE VIETNAM WAR. NY: 1985.
The military story.

2175. JENSEN, Jay R. SIX YEARS IN HELL. Horizon, 1974.

2176. JENSEN, Jay R. SIX YEARS IN HELL. (Orcutt): (Publications of Worth) (1989).

2177. JENSEN, Jay R. SIX YEARS IN HELL: A Returned POW Views Captivity, Country, & the Nation's Future.

2178. JENSEN-STEVENSON, Monika & William Stevenson. KISS THE BOYS GOODBYE: How the United States Betrayed Its Own POWs in Vietnam. NY: Dutton (1990).

2179. JENSEN-STEVENSON, Monika & William Stevenson. KISS THE BOYS GOODBYE: How the United States Betrayed Its Own POWs in Vietnam. NY: Dutton, 1990.
The authors believe, after five years of research, triggered when one was preparing a story on Bobby Garwood for '60 Minutes', that American POWs are alive in Indochina.

2180. JESSUP, Richard. FOXWAY. Boston: Little Brown (1971).
Novel of a vet returned home to find the war zone still around him.

2181. JESSUP, Richard. THREAT. NY: Viking, 1981.

2182. JEWETT, Roger. NAVY ON STATION. NY: NAL/Signet, 1989.
The second half of this novel occurs in Viet Nam.

2183. JOEL'. NAKED THROUGH THE GATE.
Religious.

2184. JOHN, Colin. NOTHING TO LOSE.

2185. JOHNSON, Donald Clay (compiler). A GUIDE TO REFERENCE MATERIALS ON SOUTHEAST ASIA. New Haven: Yale University, 1970.

2186. JOHNSON, G.P. I WAS FIGHTING FOR PEACE, BUT, LORD, THERE WAS MUCH MORE. Hicksville: Exposition Press (1979).
Poems about the war by a vet, drafted in 1968 & wounded in 1969. Scarce.

2187. JOHNSON, Haynes & George C. Wilson. ARMY IN ANGUISH. NY: Pocket, 1972.

2188. JOHNSON, Lawrence H. III. WINGED SABRES: The Air Cavalry in Vietnam. Harrisburg: Stackpole, 1990.

2189. JOHNSON, Lyndon B. PUBLIC PAPERS OF THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES: LYNDON B. JOHNSON.

2190. JOHNSON, Raymond W. POSTMARK: Mekong Delta. Westwood: Revell (1968).
Letters home by a Navy chaplain.

2191. JOHNSON, U. Alex. RIGHT HAND OF POWER.

2192. JOHNSTONE, William W. THE LAST OF THE DOG TEAM. NY: Zebra, 1980.

2193. JOINER, Charles A. THE POLITICS OF MASSACRE.

2194. JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF HISTORICAL DIVISION. THE HISTORY OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF: The Joint Chiefs of Staff & the War in Vietnam.
Study is essentially a reproduction of an earlier study, 'History of the Indochina Incident' which was completed in February 1955.

2195. JOLLY, Andrew. A TIME OF SOLDIERS. NY Avon, 1977.

2196. JONES, Bruce E. WAR WITHOUT WINDOWS.

2197. JONES, James. VIET JOURNAL. NY: Delacorte (1974).
Personal account of author's trip to Viet Nam, his first work of non-fiction.

2198. JONES, James. VIET JOURNAL. (NY): (Dell) (1985).

2199. JONES, Thom. THE PUGILIST AT REST. Boston: Little, Brown (1993).
Highly praised book of stories, nominated for the National Book Award. The title story, called <<one of the greatest short stories in the English language>>, by <<Firsts Magazine>>, involves a young Marine recruit sent to Viet Nam during the war. DJ praise by John Barth, Robert Stone & Michael Herr.

2200. JORDAN, Amos A. FOREIGN AID & THE DEFENSE OF SOUTHEAST ASIA.

2201. JORDAN, June (ed). SOULSCRIPT: Afro-American Poetry. Garden City: Zenith, 1970.
Poems. Includes Vanessa Howard's 'Monument in Black,' & two by Julius Lester: 'Mud in Vietnam' & 'lxvxii'.

2202. JORDAN, William Reynier. IN THE DARKNESS & SHADOWS. Phila: Dorrance, 1975.
Poetry.

2203. JORGENSON, Kregg P.J. ACCEPTABLE LOSS. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Memoir of a LRRP team member who volunteered to serve on a Blue Team in the Air Cavalry which aided units about to be overrun by NVA units.

2204. JORGENSON, Kregg P.J. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. [Seattle?]: Detraque Press, 1977.
Includes the short story 'Snooker & a Pitcher of Draft' & the poem 'The Dump in Tay Ninh'.

2205. JOSE, Nicolas. THE POSSESSION OF AMBER. Australia: U of Queensland, 1980.
Includes the short story 'Outstretched Wings & Orient Light'.

2206. JOSEPH, Paul. CRACKS IN THE EMPIRE: State Politics in the Vietnam War. Boston: South End Press, 1981.
Contends US policy makers wanted to stop the advance of socialist forces in the world arena, hence the Vietnam intervention.

2207. JOSEPH, Peter (ed). GOOD TIMES: An Oral History of America in the Nineteen Sixties. NY: Charterhouse (1973).
Much domestic material on the civil rights movement, etc, as well as Viet Nam & the anti-war movement. Short vignettes -- personal statements, interviews. Contributors include Ken Kesey, Clark Clifford, many others.

2208. JOSS, John. SIERRA, SIERRA. (Los Altos): Soaring (1977).
Uncommon first edition, preceding the Morrow edition. The author's first novel, about a Viet Nam vet who was a pilot, & saw his best friend's death on the last day of the war. <<Newman 167>>.

2209. JOSS, John. SIERRA, SIERRA. NY: Morrow (1978).
This edition issued subsequent to the small press issue. <<Newman 167>>.

2210. JOYCE, Ellyn. INSTINCT FOR SURVIVAL. (Ware): Four Zoas, 1977.

2211. JOYNT, Carey B. VIETNAM.

2212. JUERGENSEN, Hans. SERMONS FROM THE AMMUNITION HATCH. Dauphine: Vagabond, 1968.

2213. JUNGHYO, Ahn. WHITE BADGE. (NY): Soho (1989).
Novel of Koreans in the Viet Nam war by a Korean author who fought there.

2214. JURIDICAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE UNDER THE VIET NAM STATE COMMISSION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES. U.S. WAR CRIMES IN VIET NAM.

2215. JURIKA, Stephen, Jr. (ed). FROM PEARL HARBOR TO VIETNAM: The Memoirs of Admiral Arthur W. Radford. Stanford: Hoover Institution, 1980.

2216. JURY, Mark. THE VIETNAM PHOTO BOOK. NY: Grossman, 1971.
Photography book inspired by Capa's `Images of War'.

2217. JURY, Mark. THE VIETNAM PHOTO BOOK. NY: Vintage, 1986.
Photography book inspired by Capa's <<Images of War>>.

2218. JUST, Ward. AMERICAN BLUES. NY: Viking (1984).
An author goes to Vermont with his obsession to write a book on Viet Nam & unlock the secrets. Not in Newman.

2219. JUST, Ward. CONGRESSMAN WHO LOVED FLAUBERT & Other Washington Stories. Boston: Little Brown (1973).
Short stories, one of a Viet Nam vet just returning. His second book of fiction, & the first of the `Washington' books which have earned him some repute. <<Newman 492>>.

2220. JUST, Ward. HONOR, POWER, RICHES, FAME & THE LOVE OF WOMEN. NY: Dutton (1979).
Short stories, some set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 556>>.

2221. JUST, Ward. IN THE CITY OF FEAR. NY: Viking (1982).
Washington novel, with Viet Nam & the war as a backdrop. <<Newman 234>>.

2222. JUST, Ward. JACK GANCE. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1989.
Another of his `Washington' novels with Viet Nam as the backdrop.

2223. JUST, Ward. MILITARY MEN. NY: Knopf, 1970.
Personal accounts by numerous individuals from a wide range of views in the Army, when the Vietnam War had turned the military into an “embattled” institution. Just was a correspondent in Vietnam & his book on Vietnam, <<To What End>>, appeared in 1968. Potions of this book appeared in “The Atlantic Monthly”.

2224. JUST, Ward. NICHOLSON AT LARGE. NY: Ballantine, 1976.

2225. JUST, Ward. STRINGER. Boston: Little Brown (1974).
Psychological thriller, about a civilian intelligence agent in Viet Nam. <<Newman 134>>.

2226. JUST, Ward. TO WHAT END: Report From Vietnam. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
The author's first book, first of a long series of reports & books about the war. A classic account from Viet Nam.

2227. JUST, Ward. TO WHAT END: Report From Vietnam. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
The author's first book, first of a long series of reports & books about the war. A classic account from Viet Nam.

2228. JUST, Ward. TO WHAT END: Report From Vietnam.
The author's first book, first of a long series of reports & books about the war. A classic account from Viet Nam.

2229. JUST, Ward. TO WHAT END: Report From Vietnam. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.
The author's first book, first of a long series of reports & books about the war. A classic account from Viet Nam.

2230. JUST, Ward, see also under Robert Stone.

2231. JUST, Ward see also under Robert Stone `Deeds of War.'

2232. KAHANE, Meir, et al. JEWISH STAKE IN VIETNAM. NY: Crossroads, 1967.

2233. KAHIN, George. INTERVENTION: How America Became Involved in Vietnam. NY: Knopf, 1986.

2234. KAHIN, George McTurnan & John Lewis. THE UNITED STATES IN VIETNAM. NY: Dial, 1967.

2235. KAHIN, George McTurnan & John Lewis. THE UNITED STATES IN VIETNAM. NY: Delta, 1967.

2236. KAHIN, George McTurnan & John Lewis. THE UNITED STATES IN VIETNAM. NY: Dial, 1969.
New documentation added along with update on American involvement.

2237. KAIKO, Takeshi. FIVE THOUSAND RUNAWAYS. NY: Dodd, Mead (1987).
Collection of stories, some set in Viet Nam. The publisher folded in the late '80s, so this book may not have been well-distributed. Not in Newman.

2238. KAIKO, Takeshi. INTO A BLACK SUN. Tokyo: Kodansha (1980).
One of the more remarkable novels set during the 1964 period. Probes the philsosphy & psychology of West versus East, power & revolution. By a Japanese correspondent who was in Viet Nam. <<Newman 206; Pratt>>.

2239. KAIKO, Takeshi. INTO A BLACK SUN. Tokyo: Kodansha (1983).
One of the more remarkable novels set during the 1964 period. Probes the philosophy & psychology of West versus East, power & revolution. By a Japanese correspondent who was in Viet Nam. <<Newman 206; Pratt>>.

2240. KAIKO, Takeshi. INTO A BLACK SUN. Tokyo: Kodansha (1980).
One of the more remarkable novels set during the 1964 period. Probes the philsosphy & psychology of West versus East, power & revolution. By a Japanese correspondent who was in Viet Nam. <<Newman 206; Pratt>>.

2241. KAIL, F.M. WHAT WASHINGTON SAID: Administration Rhetoric & the Vietnam War, 1949-1969. NY: Harper & Row, 1973.
Details what was said about US purposes & progress by officials most involved in Vietnam policies.

2242. KALB, Bernard & Marvin. THE LAST AMBASSADOR. Boston: Little, Brown (1981).
Suspence novel of the final days in Saigon. The authors were NBC foreign correspondents. <<Newman 221>>.

2243. KALB, Marvin & Elie Abel. ROOTS OF INVOLVEMENT: The US in Asia 1784-1971. NY: Norton (1971).
In-depth history & policy-shaping based on attitudes developed over the generations.

2244. KALISH, Robert. BLOODRUN. NY: Avon, 1984.

2245. KALISH, Robert. BLOODTIDE. NY: Avon, 1985.

2246. KAMMHOLZ, Larry P. MOC HOA: A Vietnam Medical-Military Adventure. (Oshkosh): (Starboard Publishing) (1990).
Personal account, in diary format, about this doctor's year in Viet Nam.

2247. KAMPS, Charles. THE HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: An Illustrated History of the War in Southeast Asia. NY: 1988.

2248. KANE, Alex. SHINGLO. NY: Charter 1989.

2249. KANE, Rod. VETERAN'S DAY: A Viet Nam Memoir. NY: Orion, 1990.
Gripping memoir of a Vietnam vet, in Vietnam & his return to America. Kane joined at 18 & served with the 1st Cavalry Division, Airborne.

2250. KANE, Rod. VETERAN'S DAY: A Viet Nam Memoir. NY: Orion, 1990.
Gripping memoir of a Vietnam vet, in Vietnam & his return to America. Kane joined at 18 & served with the 1st Cavalry Division, Airborne.

2251. KANIN, Fay. FRIENDLY FIRE. Final Draft, 1978.
Manuscript, loose-leaf typewritten. Screenplay for TV movie, from C.D.B. Bryan's book of same title. Not in Newman.

2252. KANTOR, Hal. THIS IS MY RIFLE. Agopura: Pad Library, 1967.
Pornography.

2253. KAPLAN, Andrew. DRAGONFIRE. (NY): Warner (1987).

2254. KAPLAN, Fred. THE WIZARDS OF ARMEGEDDON. NY: Simon & schuster (1983).

2255. KAPLAN, Morton, et al. VIETNAM SETTLEMENT: Why 1973, Not 1969?. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Policy Research (1973).
Kaplan, Abram Chayes, G. Warren Nutter, Paul Warnke, John Roche & Clayton Fritchey in a panel discussion moderated by Robert Goralski.

2256. KARL, S.W. THE LAST SHALL BE FIRST. (NY): Manor (1978).

2257. KARLIN, Wayne. LOST ARMIES. NY: Holt (1988).
Novel, part mystery, part murder, of a Viet Nam vet teaching English to Vietnamese refugees in southern Maryland & a vet who is terrorizing the refugees.

2258. KARLIN, Wayne, Basil Paquet & Larry Rottmann (eds). FREE FIRE ZONE: Short Stories by Vietnam Veterans. Coventry, CT: 1st Casualty Press (1973).
The first collection of its kind, published by a small press run by vets associated with the Viet Nam Veterans Against the War. Cited by Pratt as one of four standout collections (see also Klinkowitz), it provided debut or early appearances for writers like George Davis, Lloyd Little, William Pelfrey, David Huddle & others. The McGraw-Hill hardcover & softcover issues followed the 1st Casualty Press issue, & were released simultaneously. Photos by Martin Ray, Vernon Schibla & the Hanoi Bureau of Information. Not in Newman. This first printing is quite scarce.

2259. KARLIN, Wayne, Basil Paquet & Larry Rottmann (eds). FREE FIRE ZONE: Short Stories by Vietnam Veterans. NY: McGraw Hill/1st Casualty Press (1973).

2260. KARLIN, Wayne, Basil Paquet & Larry Rottmann (eds). FREE FIRE ZONE: Short Stories by Vietnam Veterans. NY: McGraw Hill/1st Casualty Press (1973).
The first collection of its kind, originally published by a small press run by vets associated with the Viet Nam Veterans Against the War. Cited by Pratt as one of four standout collections (see also Klinkowitz), it provided debut or early appearances for writers like George Davis, Lloyd Little, William Pelfrey, David Huddle & others. The McGraw-Hill hardcover & softcover issues followed the 1st Casualty Press issue, & were released simultaneously. Photos by Martin Ray, Vernon Schibla & the Hanoi Bureau of Information. Not in Newman.

2261. KARNOW, Stanley. SOUTHEAST ASIA. NY: Time (1962).

2262. KARNOW, Stanley. VIETNAM: A History. NY: Viking (1983).
A definitive history & companion book to the PBS television series.

2263. KARNOW, Stanley. VIETNAM: A History. NY: Viking (1983).
A definitive history & companion book to the PBS television series.

2264. KARNOW, Stanley. VIETNAM: A History. NY: Viking (1983).
The companion book to the PBS television series.

2265. KARNOW, Stanley. VIETNAM: A History. NY: Viking (1983).
The companion book to the PBS television series.

2266. KARNOW, Stanley. VIETNAM: The War Nobody Won. Foreign Policy Association, 1983.
Excerpts from his book for classroom study.

2267. KASINSKY, Renee G. REFUGEES FROM MILITATISM: Draft-Age Americans in Canada. New Brunswick, 1976.

2268. KASTENMEIR, Robert W. VIETNAM HEARINGS: Voices From the Grassroots. Waterloo, WI: Artcraft, 1965.
[See also other edition].

2269. KASTENMEIR, Robert W. VIETNAM HEARINGS: Voices From the Grassroots. Garden City: Doubleday (1966).
Transcript of testimony --from experts & normal people -- at the Congressional Hearings held in Madison Wisconsin by Kastenmeir, Representative of the 2nd district, during the war.

2270. KATAKIS, Michael. VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL. NY: Crwn, 1988.

2271. KATCHER, Philip. ARMIES OF THE VIETNAM WAR, 1962-75. London: Osprey, 1980.

2272. KATZ, Amrom H. & Charles Burton Marshall. AFTER VIETNAM: An Approach to Future Wars of National Liberation & MORALITY & NATIONAL LIBERATION WARS. (no publishing info provided by source).
Two articles, one by Katz & the other by Marshall.

2273. KATZ, Naomi & Nancy Milton (eds). FRAGMENT FROM A LOST DIARY & Other Stories; Women of Asia, Africa, & Latin America. NY: Pantheon, 1973.
Includes the short story 'Ivory Comb' by Nguyen Sang.

2274. KATZ, Naomi & Nancy Milton (eds). FRAGMENT FROM A LOST DIARY & Other Stories; Women of Asia, Africa, & Latin America. Boston: Beacon, 1975.
Includes the short story 'Ivory Comb' by Nguyen Sang.

2275. KATZMAN, Allen (ed). OUR TIME. NY: Dial, 1972.

2276. KATZMAN, Allen (ed). OUR TIME: Interviews From the East Village Other. NY: Dial, 1972.
Includes fantasy short story, in the form of an interview, 'Viper Vision Vietnam' by Ken Weaver.

2277. KEELEY, Edmund. A WILDERNESS CALLED PEACE. NY: Simon & Schuster (1985).
Novel of Cambodia after the Khmer Rouge takeover. Keeley has written over 4 novels & 12 books of poetry, translated a number of modern Greek poets & has won numerous writing awards.

2278. KEELEY, Edmund see also the anthology THE AVAILABLE/PEN SHORT STORY COLLECTION.

2279. KEENAN, Barbara. EVERY EFFORT: A Woman's Search for Her MIA Husband. NY: St. Martin's (1986).

2280. KEENE, David. REPORT ON US ANTI-COMMUNIST STUDENT. Washington: World Youth, 1970.

2281. KEENE, David A. VIETNAM: ONE STUDENT'S OPINION.

2282. KEENE, John. PETTIBONE'S LAW. NY: Simon & Schuster (1991).

2283. KEESING'S RESEARCH REPORT. SOUTH VIETNAM: A Political History 1954 (to) 1970. NY: Scribner's (1970).

2284. KEEVA, Sally Hayton. VALIANT WOMEN IN WAR & EXILE.

2285. KEHLE, Roberta. ESCAPE!. Herts: Lion, 1984.

2286. KELLY, Francis. J. Vietnam Studies U S Army Special Forces.

2287. KELLY, Gail Paradise. FROM VIETNAM TO AMERICA.

2288. KELLY, George Armstrong. LOST SOLDIERS: The French Army & Empire in Crisis 1947-1962. Cambridge: MIT, 1965.
Overview, one part devoted to Indochina's impact on the French Army, especially in Algeria.

2289. KELLY, T.P. (ed). VIETNAM 1966-1967: Movile Construction Battalion 9.

2290. KEMP, Geoffrey. ARMS TRAFFIC & THIRD WORLD CONFLICTS. NY: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1970.
Issued as #577 in the `International Conciliation' series. Some discussion of Viet Nam.

2291. KEMPLEY, Walter. THE INVADERS. NY: Saturday Review/Dutton (1976).
Suspense novel. <<Newman 161>>.

2292. KEMPLEY, Walter. THE INVADERS. NY: Dell (1979).
Thriller, from the streets of Saigon in 1968, etc. `They are bringing a deadly guerilla war home. From the jungles of East Asia to the streets of America, the terror has begun.' (From the cover). <<Newman 161>>.

2293. KEMPNER, Marion Lee. LETTERS FROM SANDY. Lunenburg: The Stinehour Press, 1967.
Consists of a brief "Lament for Sandy" followed by "Letters from Sandy", written while he was in Vietnam. He died in Vietnam on November 11, 1966, age 24 (a little less than four months after he got there). A short series of letters from a very articulate guy who felt supportive of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, defending it in response to criticisms from his family. Simultaneously humorous and sad. (I suspect that this is the Kempner family as in Kempner Insurance...) Several references to Brown and Root... Any of you ever see this book before? AuntieDave? Ken? Vlad

2294. KENDALL, David & Leonard Ross. THE LOTTERY & THE DRAFT. NY: Perennial, 1970.

2295. KENDRICK, Alexander. THE WOUND WITHIN: America in the Vietnam Years, 1945-1974. Boston: Little, Brown (1974).

2296. KENDRICK, Alexander. THE WOUND WITHIN: America in the Vietnam Years, 1945-1974. Boston: Little, Brown (1974).

2297. KENNAN, George F. AMERICA AFTER VIETNAM. (no publishing info provided by source).
An address by Kennan in 1968 decrying the uncivilized debate in respect to Vietnam & race issues of the day.

2298. KENNAN, George F. DEMOCRACY & THE NEW LEFT. Boston: Little, Brown, 1968.

2299. KENNEBECK, Paul. LAST NIGHT'S FARM. LA: Nash, 1973.
Both comic & serious, a novel of the absurd centered on a search for marijuana, & a vet returning with it hidden in a crucifix.

2300. KENNEDY, Adam. IN A FAR COUNTRY. NY: Delacorte (1983).
Anti-war novel of '60s with Viet Nam & the draft as backdrop. One character is a Viet Nam vet, one a draft resister who flees to Canada.

2301. KENNERLY, David Hume. SHOOTER. NY: Newsweek Books (1979).
Literary & photographic memoir, including being Saigon bureau chief (at age 24). His war photos won him a Pulitzer Prize.

2302. KENNERLY, David Hume. SHOOTER. NY: Newsweek Books (1979).
Literary & photographic memoir, including being Saigon bureau chief (at age 24). His war photos won him a Pulitzer Prize.

2303. KENNERLY, David Hume. SHOOTER. NY: Newsweek Books (1979).
Literary & photographic memoir, including his years as Saigon bureau chief (at age 24). He won a Pulitzer Prize for his war photos.

2304. KENWORTHY, E.W., Fox Butterfield, Hedrick Smith & Neil Sheehan. THE PENTAGON PAPERS as published by NY Times. NY: Quadrangle (1971).
Secret history of the Viet Nam War. Investigative reporting by Neil Sheehan. Including court opinions, key documents & photos.

2305. KERR, Baine. JUMPING-OFF PLACE. Columbia: U of Missouri, 1981.
Includes the short story `Rapture'.

2306. KERRIGAN, Evans (compiler). THE MEDAL OF HONOR IN VIETNAM. CT: 1971.
Excellent reference work.

2307. KERRIGAN, Evans (compiler). THE MEDAL OF HONOR IN VIETNAM. 1981.
Photos & citations of recipients.

2308. KERRY, John & VIETNAM VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR. THE NEW SOLDIER. NY: Macmillan (1971).
Photos, essays & statements by & about vets who turned against the war. Short pieces by POW relatives, veterans (Larry Rottmann, Donald Duncan, etc). Includes a chronology of Operation Dewey Canyon III & an appendix profiling the VVAW. Kerry is now in the US Senate. Edited by David Thorne & George Butler. The uncommon hardback.

2309. KESSINGS RESEARCH REPORT. SOUTH VIETNAM: A Political History, 1954-1970. NY: Scribner's, 1970.
Handy reference to events during the period.

2310. KESSINGS RESEARCH REPORT. SOUTH VIETNAM: A Political History, 1954-1970. NY: Scribner's, 1970.
Handy reference to events during the period.

2311. KESSLER, Leo. SCHIRMER'S HEADHUNTERS. London: Macdonald (1981).
Adventure novel of French Foreign Legion fighting Viet Minh.

2312. KETCHUM, Jack. COVER. Warner 1987.

2313. KETWIG, John. ...AND A HARD RAIN FELL: A G.I.'s True Story of the War in Vietnam. NY: Macmillan (1985).
Personal account of Viet Nam by a draftee in 1967.

2314. KETWIG, John. ...AND A HARD RAIN FELL: A G.I.'s True Story of the War in Vietnam. NY: Pocket (1986).
Autobiographical account of Viet Nam by a draftee in 1967.

2315. KETWIG, John. ...AND A HARD RAIN FELL: A G.I.'s True Story of the War in Vietnam. NY: Pocket (1986).
Autobiographical account of Viet Nam by a draftee in 1967.

2316. KEYLIN, Arleen & Suri Boiangiu. FRONT PAGE VIETNAM.

2317. KIEFER, Middleton. PAX. NY: Random House (1958).
Novel of drug industry, partly pertaining to epidemic in SE Asia. <<Middleton Kiefer>> has two wives, as the jacket explains, because they are two authors, Harry Middleton & Warren Kiefer, collaborating on this novel.

2318. KIERNAN, THomas. JANE: An Intimate Biography of Jane Fonda. NY: Putnam (1973).

2319. KIERNAN, Thomas. JANE FONDA. London: Granada (1982).
Surveys her movies, with chapter of her opposition to the Viet Nam War.

2320. KILEY, Fred & Tony Dater, eds. LISTEN, THE WAR: A Collection of Poetry about the Viet-Nam War. Colorado Springs: USAF Academy (1973).
Scarce poetry anthology. Includes Ehrhart, Pratt et al. <<Newman 644>>.

2321. KILGORE, Axel. THEY CALL ME THE MERCENARY #4: The Opium Hunter. NY: Zebra, 1981.

2322. KIM Lan, et al. LA HORLOGISTO DE DJEN BJEN FU: (Elekitaj Vjetnamaj Noveloj de ta Periodo 1945-1964. Hanojo: Fremdlingva Eldonejo, 1971.

2323. KIM, Samuel. THE AMERICAN POW'S. Boston: Branden Press (1979).

2324. KIMBALL, William R. VIETNAM: The Other Side of Glory. Canton: Daring Books (1987).
Personal accounts of 16 veterans within the context of `the universal purposes of God' played out against the brutal backdrop of war.

2325. KIMLER, Forest L., comp. & ed. BOONDOCK BARDS: tHE vIETNAM wAR IN vERSE fROM aMERICA'S (San Francisco: Pacific Stars & Stripes, 1968).
Poems by men in the field, first published in `Pacific Stars & Stripes.' Relentless patriotic, saccharin. <<Newman 632>>.

2326. KING, Annette. MAGIC TORTOISE RANCH. NY: Crown (1972).
A novel of a commune in the southwest with one character a Viet Nam vet haunted by horrible memories of the war.

2327. KING, Bruce. DUSTOFF: A Play in Three Acts. Santa Fe: Institute of American Indian Arts, 1982.
A play.

2328. KING, Edward L. THE DEATH OF THE ARMY: A Pre-Mortem. NY: Saturday Review (1972).
A former officer's scathing critique of an Army he believes unfit to fight; includes effects of the Viet Nam fiasco.

2329. KING, Martin Luther, Jr. BEYOND VIETNAM: An Address Sponsored by The Clergy & Laymen Concerned About Vietnam. Palo Alto: Altoan Press, ca. 1967.

2330. KING, Martin Luther, Jr. SPEECHES ABOUT THE WAR IN VIETNAM. NY: Clergy & Laymen Concerned About Vietnam (1968).

2331. KING, Martin Luther, Jr., et al. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., DR. JOHN C. BENNETT, DR. HENRY STEELE COMMAGER, RABBI ABRAHAM HESCHEL SPEAK ON THE WAR IN VIETNAM. Ny: Clergy & Laymen Concerned About Vietnam, 1967.
Pamphlet offprint from the `New York Times.'

2332. KING, Melvin. SOLDIER OF FORTUNE # 8: NATURE OF THE BEAST. NY: Tor, 1987.
The story begins in Viet Nam.

2333. KINGRY, Philip. THE MONK & THE MARINES. NY: Bantam (1974).

2334. KINNARD, Douglas. THE CERTAIN TRUMPET: Maxwell Taylor & the American Experience in Vietnam. NY: Brassey's (US), 1991.

2335. KINNARD, Douglas. THE WAR MANAGERS. Wayne: Avery, 1985.

2336. KIRBAN, Salem. GOODBYE MR. PRESIDENT: The Story of One Man's Search for Peace. Huntingdon Valley: Salem Kirban (1967).

2337. KIRK, Donald. TELL IT TO THE DEAD: Memories of a War. Chicago: Nelson-Hall (1975).
Personal account of Viet Nam by a journalist for the <<Chicago Tribune>>. His coverage won him the Overseas Press Club Award & the George Polk Award.

2338. KIRK, Donald. TELL IT TO THE DEAD: Memories of a War. Chicago: Nelson-Hall (1975).
Personal account by an award-winning journalist.

2339. KIRK, Donald. WIDER WAR: The Struggle for Cambodia, Thailand & Laos. NY: Praeger (1971).
It was [big surprise] Tricky Dick who said `We shall avoid a wider war'.

2340. KIRKWOOD, James. SOME KIND OF HERO. NY: Crowell (1975).
Novel of a POW. Richard Pryor starred in the movie. <<Newman 148>>.

2341. KISSAM, Edward. VIETNAMESE LESSONS. (London): (Anvil Press) (1970).
Found poetry based on U.S. Army handbook foreign language instruction book of Viet Nam phrases, replete with the irony which in those books is certainly unintended.

2342. KLARE, Michael T. WAR WITHOUT END: American Planning for the Next Vietnams. NY: Knopf, 1971.
Heavily documented & researched study, drawing on government & military documents, of academic mercenaries to developing new counter-insurgency methods, development of sophisticated electronic battlefields for a more manageable system of death & destruction, intervention mobility, military funded research bodies & planned future commitments in Asia. Klare was a staff member of the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA).

2343. KLARE, Michael T. WAR WITHOUT END: American Planning for the Next Vietnams. NY: Vintage (1972).
Heavily documented & researched study, drawing on government & military documents, of academic mercenaries to developing new counter-insurgency methods, development of sophisticated electronic battlefields for a more manageable system of death & destruction, intervention mobility, military funded research bodies & planned future commitments in Asia. Klare was a staff member of the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA).

2344. KLEIN, Joe. PAYBACK. NY: Knopf, 1984.
Five vets' experiences in Operation Cochise & the horrors of their return home after one is wounded.

2345. KLEIN, Robert. WOUNDED MEN, BROKEN PROMISES.

2346. KLINKOWITZ, Donald & John Somers (eds). WRITING UNDER FIRE: Stories of the Vietnam War. (NY): Delta (1978).
An outstanding collection: short stories, non-fiction & critical pieces by Johanna Kaplan, Don Porsh‚, William Eastlake, Victor Kolpakoff, Clarence Major, Michael Herr, Asa Baber, Michael Rossman, James B. Hall & others. <<Newman 540, Pratt>>.

2347. KLINKOWITZ, Donald & John Somers (eds). WRITING UNDER FIRE: Stories of the Vietnam War. (NY): Delta (1978).
An outstanding collection: short stories, non-fiction & critical pieces by Johanna Kaplan, Don Porsh‚, William Eastlake, Victor Kolpakoff, Clarence Major, Michael Herr, Asa Baber, Michael Rossman, James B. Hall & others. <<Newman 540, Pratt>>.

2348. KLOSE, Kevin & Philip McCombs. TYPHOON SHIPMENTS. NY: Norton (1974).
Novel of drug smuggling from SE Asia. <<Newman 137>>.

2349. KNAPP, John, II. PATRIOTIC POEMS. Kalamazoo: Western Review (1972).

2350. KNIGHT, Cranston Sedrick (ed). TOUR OF DUTY: Vietnam in the Words of Those Who Were There. Samisdat, Vol 46, #2, 182nd release, 1986.

2351. KNIGHT, Damon (ed). ORBIT 11: An Anthology of New Science Fiction. NY: Berkley Medallion, 1973.
Includes Joe Haldeman's short story 'Counterpoint'.

2352. KNIGHT, Damon (ed). ORBIT 7: An Anthology of New Science Fiction. NY: Putnam's, 1970.
Includes the short story 'A Dream at Noonday' by Gardner Dozois.

2353. KNIGHT, Damon (ed). ORBIT 7: An Anthology of New Science Fiction. NY: Berkley Medallion, 1970.
Includes the short story 'A Dream at Noonday' by Gardner Dozois.

2354. KNIGHTLY, Philip. THE FIRST CASUALTY: From the Crimea to Vietnam; The War Correspondent as Hero, Propagandist & Myth Maker. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1975.

2355. KNOEBL, Kuno. VICTOR CHARLIE: The Face of War in Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1967).
Personal account by an Austrian able to travel freely to both sides & write early & in-depth about VC life & battles. Intro by Bernard Fall. Uncommon book which lists for 50-75 dollars.

2356. KNOLL, Erwin & Judith Nies McFadden (ed). WAR CRIMES & THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1970).
Contributors include Arendt, Richard Barnet, Corson, Ellsburg, Falk, Gabriel Kolko, Lifton, McGovern, Raskin, Schell, Wald, et al. Scarce.

2357. KNOLL, Erwin & Judith Nies McFadden (ed). WAR CRIMES & THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston, 1970.

2358. KNOLL, Erwin & Judith Nies McFadden (ed). WAR CRIMES & THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1970).
Contributors include Arendt, Richard Barnet, Corson, Ellsburg, Falk, Gabriel Kolko, Lifton, McGovern, Raskin, Schell, Wald, et al. Scarce.

2359. KNUDSEN, Erik. VIETNAM: DIGTE, TALER OG ARTIKLER.

2360. KOEHLER, Nancy (ed). VIETNAM: The Battle Comes Home, A Photographic Record of Post Traumatic Stress With Related Essays. NY: 1984.

2361. KOHLER, Harrison. IT IS WELL: Reflections on the War. Boston: Branden (1976).

2362. KOLB, Ken. NIGHT CROSSING. Chicago: Playboy (1974).

2363. KOLKO, Gabriel. ANATOMY OF A WAR: Vietnam, the United States, & the Modern Historical Experience. NY: Pantheon, 1985.
Dramatic & graphic portrayal of U.S. decision-making & the forces which fueled the Vietnamese War.

2364. KOLKO, Joyce. THE ROOTS OF AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: An Analysis of Power & Purpose.. Boston: Beacon (1969).
Includes the piece “The United States in Vietnam, 1944-66”.

2365. KOLPACOFF, Victor. PRISONERS OF QUAI DONG. NY: NAL (1967).
The author's first novel, set in a prison, of an American officer in prison for refusing to fight, torturing a Vietnamese prisoner to redeem himself. Kolpacoff had no military or Viet Nam experience. <<Newman 33>>.

2366. KOLPACOFF, Victor. PRISONERS OF QUAI DONG. NY: NAL (1968).

2367. KOLPACOFF, Victor. PRISONERS OF QUAI DONG. NY: NAL (1967).
The author's first novel, set in a prison, of an American officer in prison for refusing to fight, torturing a 17-year-old Vietnamese prisoner to redeem himself. Kolpacoff had no military or Viet Nam experience. <<Newman 33>>.

2368. KOLPACOFF, Victor see also the periodical NEW AMERICAN REVIEW #1.
Includes the short story 'The Room' by Victor Kolpacoff.

2369. KOMUNYAKAA, Yusef. DIEN CAI DAU. Middletown: Wesleyan U, 1988.

2370. KONINGSBERGER, Hans. THE REVOLUTIONARY. Pressman William Films, 1970.
Post production release script, from the author's novel, about the war & Kent State shootings, starring Jon Voight & Robert Duvall.

2371. KOPIT, Arthur. INDIANS. NY: Hill & Wang, 1969.

2372. KOPIT, Arthur. INDIANS. NY: Bantam, 1971.

2373. KOPKIND, & Ridgeway. DECADE OF CRISIS: America in the 1960's. World, 1971.

2374. KOPP, Frederick. SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAPPENS EVERY WAR. Glendale: Great Western (1982).

2375. KORTE, Mary Norbert. BREVIARY IN TIME OF WAR. San Francisco: Cranium Press (1970).
Protest poems. Not in Newman.

2376. KOVIC, Ron. AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHT DAYS. SF: City Lights (1984).
First `novel' by this Viet Nam vet, & author of the acclaimed autobiography `Born on the Fourth of July.' The main character's trip around the world leads him to confront his wartime past.

2377. KOVIC, Ron. BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY. NY: McGraw-Hill (1976).
Classic, important harrowing account by vet paralysed in Viet Nam. An angry book, & the basis for the Oliver Stone movie. Over all, a nice copy of a book now going for 175 bucks in some stores in fine condition.

2378. KOVIC, Ron. BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Classic, important harrowing account by vet paralyzed in Viet Nam, selected as one of 'Firsts!' magazine’s top 25 Vietnam titles.

2379. KOVIC, Ron. BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY. NY: McGraw-Hill (1976).
Classic, important harrowing account by vet paralyzed in Viet Nam. Hardcover editions, in any printing, are increasingly difficult to find.

2380. KOVIC, Ron. BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY. NY: McGraw-Hill (1976).
Classic, important harrowing account by vet paralysed in Viet Nam. An angry book, & the basis for the Oliver Stone movie. Over all, a nice copy of a book now going for 175 bucks in some stores in fine condition.

2381. KOVIC, Ron. BORN ON THE FOURTH OF JULY. NY: Pocket (1977).
Biographical account of one who once loved John Wayne. Classic, important harrowing account by a vet paralyzed in Viet Nam, selected as one of 'Firsts!' magazine’s top 25 Vietnam titles. The basis of the movie by Oliver Stone.

2382. KOVIC, Ron. PERIODICAL). PLAYBOY 1976.

2383. KOVIC, Ron see also periodical PLAYBOY Vol 37, #1 for Tom Cruise interview discussing the film 'Born on the Fourth of July'.

2384. KOVIC, Ron see also the periodical PLAYBOY Vol 37, #1.
Includes interview with Tom Cruise discussing the film 'Born on the Fourth of July'.

2385. KOWET, Don. A MATTER OF HONOR. NY: Macmillan (1984).
A reporter's account of the controversy over the CBS documentary accusing Westmoreland of conspiring to suppress information about the numerical strength of the opposition & the 120,000,000 (mmmmmmm, that's a lot of 0s!) that resulted.

2386. KOWIT, Steve. 10,000 CORPSES. (Maimai Beach, FL: A Proexistence Publication [1975?].)

2387. KOWIT, Steve. CUTTING OUR LOSSES. NY: Contact II, 1982.
Includes the Viet Nam-related poem 'Guests of the Nation'.

2388. KRAMER, Jack. TRAVELS WITH THE CELESTIAL DOG: A Documentary. London: Wildwood House (1976).
Not published in book form in U.S.--portions in <<Evergreen>>.

2389. KRASLOW, David & Stuart H. Loory. THE SECRET SEARCH FOR PEACE IN VIETNAM. NY: Random House (1968).
`The untold story, in dramatic detail, of the behind-the-scenes maneuvers to negotiate an end to the war in Vietnam.'

2390. KRASLOW, David & Stuart H. Loory. THE SECRET SEARCH FOR PEACE IN VIETNAM. NY: Random House (1968).
`The untold story, in dramatic detail, of the behind-the-scenes maneuvers to negotiate an end to the war in Vietnam.'

2391. KRASLOW, David & Stuart H. Loory. THE SECRET SEARCH FOR PEACE IN VIETNAM. NY: Vintage (1968).
`The untold story, in dramatic detail, of the behind-the-scenes maneuvers to negotiate an end to the war in Vietnam.'

2392. KRAUSE, Patricia (ed). ANATOMY OF AN UNDECLARED WAR. NY: International Universities, 1972.

2393. KRECH, Richard. THE INCOMPLETE WORKS OF RICHARD KRECH: Poems, 1966-1974. Salt Lake City: Litmus, 1976.
Includes the Viet Nam-related poems 'Gun-Fire On the Mekong' & 'I Ate the Food'.

2394. KREMENTZ, Jill see under BRELIS. THE FACE OF VIETNAM.

2395. KREPINEVICH, Andrew F. THE ARMY & VIETNAM.

2396. KRUEGER, Carl. WINGS OF THE TIGER. NY: Fell (1966).
Novel of Air Force in Viet Nam & the Phantom IIs used to destroy an airfield in Hanoi. <<Newman 13; Not in Willson>>.

2397. KRUEGER, Carl. WINGS OF THE TIGER. NY: Fell (1966).
An early novel (claims to be the first Viet Nam war novel) of the Air Force in Viet Nam & the Phantom IIs used to destroy an airfield in Hanoi. <<Newman 13>>.

2398. KRUEGER, Terry. VECTORS. (NY): Dell (1984).
Not about Viet Nam, but main character is a vet.

2399. KRUG, ENS Steve (ed). USS RANGER: Western Pacific Deployment 1970-71. NO Place: USS Ranger, ca. 1971.
The Ranger served off the coast of Viet Nam & was involved in air strikes against North Viet Nam.

2400. KUBEY, Craig, et al. THE VIET VET SURVIVAL GUIDE. NY: Ballantine, 1985.

2401. KUBRICK, Stanley, with Michael Herr & Gustav Hasford. FULL METAL JACKET. NY: Knopf, 1987.
Illustrated screenplay of the movie based on Hasford's novel `The Short-Timers'.

2402. KUENNING, Delores A. LIFE AFTER VIETNAM. NY: Paragon House, 1991.

2403. KUENNING, William H. FREE TO GO: The Story of a Family's Involvement in the 1971 Mayday Activities in Washington. Lombard: Unicorn, 1971.
Booklet about a family's jail experiences during May Day demonstrations.

2404. KUKLER, Mike. OPERATION BAROOOM.

2405. KUMAR, P.J. ROLL CALL OF DEATH. NY: Manyland (1971).

2406. KUMIN, Maxine. WHY CAN'T WE LIVE TOGETHER LIKE CIVILIZED HUMAN BEINGS?. NY: Viking, 1982.
Includes the short story 'These Gifts,' about a returning soldier.

2407. KUNEN, James Simon. STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE. NY: Avon (1971).

2408. KUNEN, James Simon. THE STRAWBERRY STATEMENT: Notes of a College Revolutionary. NY: Random House (1969).
Personal anti-war statement by a 19 year-old student.

2409. KUNEN, James Simon. THE STRAWBERRY STATEMENT: Notes of a College Revolutionary. NY: Avon (1970).
Basis for cluttered 1971 Kim Darby film about Columbia University's 1968 student riots during the Vietnam War era.

2410. KUO, Alexander. NEW LETTERS FROM HIROSHIMA & Other Poems. Greenfield Review, 1974.
Poetry, including 'Green Tanks & Other Hidden Vehicles of Destruction'.

2411. KUPFERBERG, Tuli. 1001 WAYS TO BEAT THE DRAFT. NY: Grove, 1967.
By the irrepressible lyricist for the Fugs & author of 'Fuck Nam' (a play).

2412. KUPFERBERG, Tuli. FUCK NAM: A Morality Play. NY: Birth Press (1967).
A play in 8 scenes written in Kupferberg's inimitable style. Contains the lyrics to his classic <<Let the Gook Heads Roll.>>

2413. KUPFERBERG, Tuli. FUCK NAM: A Morality Play. NY: Simon & Schuster (1970).
A play in 8 scenes written in Kupferberg's inimitable style. Contains the lyrics to his classic <<Let the Gook Heads Roll.>>

2414. KURETH, Elwood. REFLECTIONS OF A WARRIOR. CA: 1991.
Franklin Miller spent 6-tours in Vietnam & received the Medal of Honor. Details the activities which won him the medal & other incidents between March 1966 & November 1972. See also Miller's own book.

2415. KURLAND, Gerald. CONFLICT IN IN VIETNAM. Charlottesville, NY: Somber Press, 1973.

2416. KURLAND, Gerald. THE GULF OF TONKIN INCIDENTS.

2417. KURTZMAN, Joel. SWEET BOBBY. NY: McGraw Hill (1974).
Novel of a criminally insane vet.

2418. KUSTOW, Michael, et al. TELL ME LIES. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill (1968).

2419. KYNASTON, Edward (ed). AUSTRALIAN VOICES: A Collection of Poetry & Pictures. Middlesex, Eng: Penguin, 1974.
Includes Viet Nam-related poems 'National Hero' by Len Fox & 'Indochinoiserie' by John Manifold.

2420. La FOUNTAINE, George. THE LONG WALK. NY: Putnam (1986).
Novel of a POW in Viet Nam & his return home. <<Newman 363>>.

2421. LABBE, Jean-Claude. VIETNAM: La Gueere, La Terre et les Hommes.

2422. LABIN, Suzanne. SELLOUT IN VIETNAM? Arlington, VA: Crestwood.

2423. LABIN, Suzanne. VIETNAM: An Eye-Witness Account. Springfield: Crestwood (1964).
Venemous right-wing anti-communist diatribe, by a pal of the Ngo brothers.

2424. LACOUTURE, Jean. HO CHI MINH: A Political Biography. NY: Vintage (1968).
By a French journalist who went to Indochina in 1945 & became intimate with the factions & individuals involved in the Vietnam wars.

2425. LACOUTURE, Jean. HO CHI MINH: A Political Biography. NY: Random House (1968).
By a French journalist who went to Indochina in 1945 & became intimate with the factions & individuals involved in the wars.

2426. LACOUTURE, Jean. VIETNAM: Between Two Truces. NY: Random House, 1966.

2427. LAHN Ba. SECRET DIARY OF HO CHI MINH'S DAUGHTER. NY: Lancer 1968.

2428. LAHR, John (ed). SHOWCASE 1. Grove Press 1970.

2429. LAKE, Anthony (ed). THE LEGACY OF VIETNAM: The War, American Society & the Future of American Foreign Policy. NY: New York U, 1976.
Issued by the Council on Foreign Relations.

2430. LAMB, Alastair. THE MANDARIN ROAD TO OLD HUE: Narratives of Anglo-Vietnamese Diplomacy From the 17th Century to the Eve of the French Conquest. London: Chatto & Windus, 1970.
Narratives of major British approaches to Hue, each introduced with a survey of the political & diplomatic background.

2431. LAMB, Helen B. THE TRAGEDY OF VIETNAM: Where Do We Go From here? NY: Basic Pamphlets, 1964, 65.
Early ephemeral piece against growing US involvement in Vietnam.

2432. LAMB, Helen B. VIETNAM'S WILL TO LIVE: Resistance to Foreign aggression From Early Times through the 19th Century. NY: Monthly Review (1972). 344p.

2433. LAMB, Helen B. VIETNAM'S WILL TO LIVE: Resistance to Foreign Aggression from Early Times Through the Nineteenth Century. NY: Monthly Review (1972).

2434. LAMONT, Corliss & Helen. THE MEANING OF VIETNAM & CAMBODIA: Essays, Open Letters & Public Messages by Two Concerned Americans Who Fought against American Aggrression in Southeast Asia for Thirteen Years, 1962-1975. NY: Basic Pamphlets, 1975.

2435. LAMONT, Corliss & Helen. VIETNAM: Corliss Lamont vs. Ambassador Lodge. NY: Basic Pamphlets, 1967.

2436. LAN, T. ANEKDOTOJ DE BOJAGO AU PRESIDENTO HO CHI MINH RAKONTAS... Hanojo: VPEA Eldonejo, n.d.

2437. LANCASTER. EMANCIPATION OF INDOCHINA.

2438. LANE, Mark. CONVERSATIONS WITH AMERICANS. NY: Simon & Schuster (1970).
Interviews with 32 vets about atrocities & massacres they witnessed or participated in, as well as how they were trained to torture their prisoners. Not particularly scarce, but we find it listing for 35-50. dollars.

2439. LANE, Thomas A. AMERICA ON TRIAL: The War for Vietnam. New Rochelle: Arlington House (1971).
Another in the blame-saying books, we been `betrayed.' From this right-wing publishing house.

2440. LANE, Thomas A. CRY PEACE: The Kennedy Years. NY: Twin Circle, 1969.

2441. LANG, Daniel. CASUALTIES OF WAR. NY: McGraw Hill (1969).
Account by a staff member of <<The New Yorker>>, of the rape & murder of a Vietnamese girl by four US soldiers, & the moral consequences which follow. Made into a controversial movie.

2442. LANG, Daniel. CASUALTIES OF WAR. NY: McGraw Hill (1969).
Account by a staff member of <<The New Yorker>>, of the rape & murder of a Vietnamese girl by four US soldiers, & the moral consequences which follow. Made into a controversial movie by Brian de Palma.

2443. LANG, Daniel. CASUALTIES OF WAR. NY: Pocket (1989).
Account by a staff member of <<The New Yorker>>, of the rape & murder of a Vietnamese girl by four US soldiers, & the moral consequences which follow. Made into a controversial movie by Brian de Palma.

2444. LANG, Daniel. INCIDENT ON HILL 192. London: Secker & Warburg (1970).
`Casualties of War' re-titled for English edition.

2445. LANG, Daniel. PATRIOTISM WITHOUT FLAGS. NY: Norton (1974).
An exploration of `patriotism'; six chapters appeared in the <<New Yorker>>. Spock's trial, American deserters in Sweden, why the US didn't use The Bomb, Susan Russo (a teacher fired for refusing to lead her class in the Pledge of Allegiance), etc. By the author of the prize-wining `Casualties of War'.

2446. LANGER. NORTH VIETNAM & THE PATHET LAO: Partners in the Struggle for Laos. Cambridge: Harvard, 1970.

2447. LANH Ba. SHE MADE LOVE NOT WAR. NY: Lancer, 1968.

2448. LANH BA. THE SECRET DIARY OF HO CHI MINH'S DAUGHTER. NY: Lancer (1968).

2449. LANNING, Michael Lee. INSIDE THE LRRPS: Rangers in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1990.

2450. LANNING, Michael Lee. THE ONLY WAR WE HAD: A Platoon Leader's Journal of Vietnam. NY: Ivy (1987).
A day-by-day account, a grunt’s eye-view of the Vietnam War in 1969. By a career officer & much decorated Ranger.

2451. LANNING, Michael Lee & Dan Cragg. INSIDE THE VC & THE NVA: The Real Story of North Vietnam's Armed Forces. NY: Ballantine (1992).

2452. LANNING, Michael Lee & Ray William Stubbe. INSIDE FORCE RECON: Recon Marines in Vietnam. NY: Ivy (1989).

2453. LANQUE, Henri. COMMENT A DEBUTE LA GUERRE DU VIETNAM: La Massacre de Haiphong ( 23 Novembre 1946.) Paris: Cahiers Internationaux, ca. 1953.

2454. LANSDALE, Edward G. IN THE MIDST OF WARS: An American's Mission to Southeast Asia. NY: Harper & Row, 1972.
Sanitized story of his CIA Saigon work. Lansdale is the model for major characters in at least three novels: Greene's Quiet American, Burdick & Lederer's Ugly American & Larteguy's Yellow Fever.

2455. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #1: Hanoi Hellground. (NY): Zebra Books (1983).

2456. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #13: Encore at Dien Bien Phu. (NY): Zebra (1987).
Thriller.

2457. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #2: Mekong Massacre. (NY): Zebra Books (1983).

2458. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #3: Nightmare in Laos. (NY): Zebra (1984).

2459. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #4: Pungi Patrol. (NY): Zebra (1984).
Thriller. <<Newman 295>>.

2460. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #5: Saigon Slaughter. (NY): Zebra (1984).
Thriller. <<Newman 296>>.

2461. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #6: AK-47 FIREFIGHT. (NY): Zebra Books (1985).
Another in the ‘Nam down & dirty series, where the Americans are always fighting against the odds.

2462. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #7: Beyond the DMZ. (NY): Zebra (1985).
Thriller. <<Newman 328>>.

2463. LANSING, John. BLACK EAGLES #8: Boocoo Death. (NY): Zebra Books (1985).

2464. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #10: Cambodia Kill-Zone. NY: Zebra, 1986.

2465. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #10: Cambodia Kill-Zone. NY: Zebra, 1986.

2466. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #11: Duel on the Song Cai. NY: Zebra, 1987.

2467. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #12: Lord of Laos. NY: Zebra, 1987.

2468. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #14: Firestorm at Dong Nam. NY: Zebra, 1988.

2469. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #15: Ho's Hellhounds. NY: Zebra, 1988.

2470. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #16: Monsoon Hell Hole. NY: Zebra, 1988.

2471. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #17: Mau Len Death Zone. NY: Zebra, 1988.

2472. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #18: Durong Warriors. NY: Zebra, 1989.

2473. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #19: Hoa-Tien Killers NY: Zebra, 1989.
Vietnam thriller. <<Willson>>.

2474. LANSING, John. THE BLACK EAGLES #9: Bad Scene at Bong Son. NY: Zebra, 1986.

2475. LAO PATRIOTIC FRONT, CENTRAL COMMITTEE, see under Neo Lao Haksut.

2476. LARSEN, Earnest & Bill. AND TOMORROW WE... Ligourian 1970.

2477. LARSEN, Stanley Robert. ALLIED PARTICIPATION IN VIETNAM. Washington: Army, 1975.

2478. LARSEN, Wendy & Tran Thi Nga. SHALLOW GRAVES: Two Women & Vietnam. NY: Random House (1986).
Story of friendship of two women through the war, written in verse. <<Newman 689>>.

2479. LARSON, Charles. THE CHINESE GAME. Philadelphia: Lippincott (1969).
Novel based on author's protracted visit to Viet Nam in 1963; depicts army advisor involvement w/Vietnamese factional politics.

2480. LARSON, Charles. THE CHINESE GAME. NY: Pocket (1970).
Novel based on author's protracted visit to Viet Nam in 1963; depicts army advisor involvement w/Vietnamese factional politics. <<Newman 72>>.

2481. LARSON, Ernest & Bill. AND TOMORROW WE... Ligouri: Ligourian Books, 1970.
Poems.

2482. LARSON, Lance. VIETNAM AS I LIVED IT. NY: Vantage (1972).
Autobiographical account by young Marine. DJ refers to this as a novel, but it appears to be a straightforward personal account. A scarce vanity press item.

2483. LARTEGUY, Jean. BRONZE DRUMS: A Novel About Partisan Warfare in Modern Laos. NY: Knopf, 1967.
Novel of guerilla warfare in Laos.

2484. LARTEGUY, Jean. PRESUMED DEAD. Boston: Little Brown, 1976.
`Fictional' account of three CBS journalists disappearing in the 1970 Cambodian invasion.

2485. LARTEGUY, Jean. PRESUMED DEAD. Boston: Little Brown, 1976.

2486. LARTEGUY, Jean. PRESUMED DEAD. Boston: Little Brown (1976).
Novel based on disappearance of two American journalists, Sean Flynn & Dana Stone. <<Newman 162>>.

2487. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE CENTURIONS. NY: Dutton (1962).
Superb novel of French paratroopers in Indochina & Algeria. Made into a movie (<<The Lost Command>>), & issued as a paperback tie-in under that name. Translated by Xan Fielding.

2488. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE CENTURIONS. London: Hutchinson (1961).
Novel of French paratroopers in Indochina & Algeria.

2489. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE CENTURIONS. NY: Avon (nd [1962?]).
Winner of the Prix Eve Delacroix. A superb novel of French paratroopers in Indochina & Algeria. It was made into a Hollywood movie (`The Lost Command'), & a later paperback printing was issued as a tie-in under that name.

2490. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE HOUNDS OF HELL. NY: Dutton, 1966.
Called ' must' for Larteguy enthusiasts, a novel of French advisors in Katanga who had previously served in Indochina & Algeria.

2491. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE HOUNDS OF HELL. NY: Avon, 1967.
Called `must' for Larteguy enthusiasts, a novel of French advisors in Katanga who had previously served in Indochina & Algeria.

2492. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE LOST COMMAND. NY: Avon (1963,66).
Superb novel of French paratroopers in Indochina & Algeria. Made into a movie produced by Mark Robson, with Anthony Quinn , George Segal & Claudia Cardinale in the cast.

2493. LARTEGUY, Jean. THE PRAETORIANS. NY: Dutton, 1963.
The French lesson in Viet Nam was repeated in Algeria. This contains battle experiences on both fronts.

2494. LARTEGUY, Jean. VIETNAM.

2495. LARTEGUY, Jean. YELLOW FEVER. NY: Dutton, 1965.
Novel of Viet Nam in the 50s as country is partitioned & French are pulling out.

2496. LARTEGUY, Jean. YELLOW FEVER. (NY): Avon (1967).
Novel of Viet Nam in the 50s, as the country is partitioned & French are pulling out. Oddly, not in Newman, though his later novel, <<Presumed Dead>>, is; any reading of the French disaster has an incredible `echoing' resonance in the American mess to follow...as if our advisors & military gurus purposely sought to repeat the errors. [See <<Newman 162>>].

2497. LARTEGUY, Jean. YELLOW FEVER. NY: Dutton, 1965.
Novel set in Hanoi & Saigon, 1954 & 1955.

2498. LARTEGUY, Jean. YELLOW FEVER. NY: Avon, 1967.
Novel set in Hanoi & Saigon, 1954 & 1955.

2499. LARTEGUY, Jean & YANG DAO. LA FABULEUSE AVENTURE DU PEUPLE L'OPIUM.

2500. LASSITER, Adam. DENNISON'S WAR: Triangle. NY: Bantam, 1985.

2501. LASSON, Kenneth. YOUR RIGHTS AS A VET. NY: Wallaby, 1981.

2502. LAVIN, S.R. CAMBODIAN SPRING. (Deerfield): The Heron Press, 1973.

2503. LAW-YONE, Wendy. COFFIN TREE. NY: Knopf, 1983.

2504. LAWRENCE, Jerome & Robert E. Lee. THE NIGHT THOREAU SPENT IN JAIL. NY: Bantam, 1973.
A play.

2505. LAWSON, Don. THE UNITED STATES IN THE VIETNAM WAR. NY: Crowell, 1981.
Young adult history, part of the 'Young People's History of America's Wars' series.

2506. LAYNE, McAvoy. HOW AUDIE MURPHY DIED IN VIETNAM. Garden City: Doubleday/Anchor, 1973.
Collection of poems about a fictional Audie Murphy, from coming of age through Viet Nam, contrasted with a safely ensconced draft dodger. `Short, simple poems, with substantial punch.' --Ken Lopez. See also Pratt.

2507. LE Bon Kong. THE VIETNAM SYNDROME. Houston: Zieleks, 1981.

2508. LE Duan. LET OUR ENTIRE PEOPLE UNITE TO BUILD OUR REUNIFIED SOCIALIST FATHERLAND VIETNAM!: Report to the First Session of the National Assembly of Vietnam on 25 June 1976. New Delhi: Communist Party of India, 1976

2509. LE Duan. ON SOME PRESENT INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1964.

2510. LE Duan. ON THE RIGHT TO COLLECTIVE MASTERY. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1980.

2511. LE Duan. ON THE SOCIALIST REVOLUTION IN VIETNAM. Three vols. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1965-1967.

2512. LE Duan. ON THE SOCIALIST REVOLUTION IN VIETNAM. Volume 3. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.
Writings from the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Workers Party (1957-62). Part of a three volume set collecting numerous of his writings & speeches. This covers topics of ideological work, work among women & youth, education & scientific work.

2513. LE Duan. ROLE OF THE VIETNAMESE WORKING CLASS & TASKS OF THE TRADE-UNIONS AT THE PRESENT STAGE. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1969.

2514. LE Duan. SOME QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL TASKS OF OUR PARTY: Speech at the Ninth Plenum of the Third Central Committee of the Viet Nam Workers' Party. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1964.

2515. LE Duan. THE VIETNAMESE REVOLUTION: Fundamental Problems & Essential Tasks. NY: International, 1971.
Report presented on by Le Duan on the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Indochinese Communist Party. Reprint of a book first published in Hanoi by the Foreign Language Publishing House. By the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Workers Party.

2516. LE Duan. THIS NATION & SOCIALISM ARE ONE: Selected Writings of Le Duan. Chicago: Vanguard Books, 1976.
Writings from the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Workers Party.

2517. LE Hong Linh, Vuong Thanh Dien & Nguyen Q.S. AP BAC: Major Victories of the South Vietnamese Patriotic Forces in 1963 & 1964. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1965.

2518. LE PAGE, Marcel. CAO BANG LA TRAGIQUE EPOPEE DE LA COLONNE LE PAGE. Paris: Nouvelles Editions Latines, 1981.
The author was assigned to Indochina in 1949 & was a POW.

2519. LE Quang Ba. THE STORY OF A VIETNAMESE FREEDOM FIGHTER. (np): Support Our Soldiers (nd).
First person recounting of fighting the French & then the Japanese in the '40s.

2520. LE Tan Lui. VIETNAMESE EXPORTS.

2521. LE Trang & Doan Bich. SAIGON IN THE FLESH.
Scarce.

2522. LEARY, William M. PERILOUS MISSIONS: Civil Air Transport & CIA Covert Operations in Asia. University: U of Alabama (1984).

2523. LeBARON, Charles. FRAGMENTS OF LIGHT. NY: St. Martin's (1984).
Novel about a doctor who was an anti-war activist & later ends up in a children's hospital in Cambodia. Not in Newman.

2524. LeCARRE, John. THE HONOURABLE SCHOOLBOY. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1977.

2525. LeCLEZIO, J.M.G. WAR. NY: Atheneum, 1973.
Author, half English, half French, born in Nice, won the Prix Renaudout with his first book (`The Interrogation') & has won high praise by Sartre, Stanley Kauffmann, et al.

2526. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. DECEPTIVE AMERICAN. NY: Norton (1977).

2527. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN. NY: McGraw-Hill (1965).
Policy analysis/criticism, a thinly disguised novel of war in SE Asia. One book dealer thinks it was possibly suppressed by the government, claiming virtually all copies disappeared from bookstores. It had poor sales & reviews expected for the authors of the huge success `The Ugly American' -- whose title is a global catch-phrase for US imperialism & attitudes. But first editions are not particularly difficult to find in my own experience.

2528. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN. NY: McGraw-Hill (1965).
Policy analysis/criticism, a thinly disguised novel of war in SE Asia. Their second novelistic collaboration. One book dealer thinks it was possibly suppressed by the government, claiming virtually all copies disappeared from bookstores. But first editions are not particularly difficult to find, in my own experience, & certainly there are other titles from this period far more scarce.

2529. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN. London: Putnam, 1966.
Policy analysis/criticism, a thinly disguised novel of war in SE Asia. Their second novelistic collaboration. One book dealer thinks it was possibly suppressed by the government, claiming virtually all copies disappeared from bookstores. It neither achieved the sales nor reviews expected for the authors of the hugely successful <<The Ugly American>> -- a book whose title is a global catch-phrase for US imperialism & attitudes. But first editions are not particularly difficult to find in my own experience.

2530. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN.

2531. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN. Hamburg: Nannen, 1966.
Policy analysis/criticism, a thinly disguised novel of war in SE Asia. Their second novelistic collaboration. One book dealer thinks it was possibly suppressed by the government, claiming virtually all copies disappeared from bookstores. It neither achieved the sales nor reviews expected for the authors of the hugely successful <<The Ugly American>> -- a book whose title is a global catch-phrase for US imperialism & attitudes.

2532. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. SARKHAN. NY: McGraw-Hill (1965).

2533. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. THE UGLY AMERICAN. NY: Norton (1958).
Important early novel of the Viet Nam War era, covering the same events & people as Greene's `The Quiet American,' but from a very different perspective. The book whose title quickly became the global catch-phrase for US imperialism & attitudes.

2534. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. THE UGLY AMERICAN. NY: Norton (1958).
Authors' first collaboration. Although it became a bestseller, the 1st edition is very scarce. Covers the same events & people as Greene's `The Quiet American,' but from very different perspective. First issue DJ has jacket blurb attributed to `John T. (sic) Marquand.'

2535. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. THE UGLY AMERICAN. NY: Norton (1958).

2536. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. THE UGLY AMERICAN. NY: Norton (1958).

2537. LEDERER, William & Eugene Burdick. THE UGLY AMERICAN: A PLAY, by Bernard Lubar. Chicago: Dramatic Publishing (1961).

2538. LEDERER, William J. OUR OWN WORST ENEMY. NY: Norton (1968).
First-hand report on America's self-inflicted defeats overseas -- notably Viet Nam.

2539. LEDERER, William J. & Eugene Burdick). REPLY TO CRITICISM IN THE UGLY AMERICAN. International Cooperation Administration, 1959.

2540. LEE. COMMUNIST CHINA'S POLICY TOWARD LAOS 1954-'67.

2541. LEE, Don L. BLACK WORDS THAT SAY: Don't Cry, Scream. Detroit: Broadside, 1970.
Poems.

2542. LEE, Larry (a/k/a Larry Rottman). AMERICAN EAGLE: The Story of A Navaho Veteran. (Madrid, NM): (Packrat) (1977).

2543. LEE, Larry, pseudonym: aka LARRY ROTTMAN.

2544. LeGRO, William. VIETNAM FROM CEASE FIRE TO CAPITULATION. Washington: 1981.
US Army mongraph by this Colonel.

2545. LEHRACK, Otto J. NO SHINING ARMOR: The Marines At War in Vietnam; An Oral History. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1992.
Compilation, with a number of accounts given for every operation described, from enlisted to officer level. Organized in three parts, the war against the guerillas, against the N. Vietnamese & after the bombing halt.

2546. LEIB, Franklin Allen. THE FIRE DREAM. (Novato): Presidio (1989).

2547. LEIB, Franklin Allen. THE FIRE DREAM. NY: Ivy Books, (1990).

2548. LEIB, Franklin Allen. VALLEY OF THE SHADOW. Novato: Presidio, 1991.
Novel of an attempted POW rescue during the war. The author was a Navy Lieutenant in Viet Nam.

2549. LEIB, Franklin Allen. VALLEY OF THE SHADOW. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Novel of an attempted POW rescue during the war. The author was a Navy Lieutenant in Viet Nam.

2550. LEIFER, Michael. CAMBODIA: THE SEARCH FOR SECURITY.

2551. LEIFER, Neil. DREADNOUGHT RETURNS: USS New Jersey BB62; Mothballs to Vietnam. Phila: Baum, 1969.
A Photographic account of this battleship being brought out of mothballs to its deployment in Vietnam. The author worked for 'Life' magazine.

2552. LEIN, Robert. WOUNDED MEN, BROKEN PROMISES. NY: Macmillan (1981).

2553. LEINWALD, Gerald. THE DRAFT. NY: Washington Square, 1970.

2554. LEITCH, David. GOD STAND UP FOR THE BASTARDS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1973.
Variety of personal accounts, including his stint as a reporter at Khe Sanh in 1968.

2555. LEITENBERG, Milton & Richard Dean Burns, eds. THE VIETNAM CONGLICT: ITS GEOGRAPHICAL DIMENSIONS, POLITICAL TRAUMAS, & MILITARY DEVELOPMENTS.

2556. LENS, Sidney. THE FORGING OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE: From the Revolution to Vietnam, a History of American Imperialism. NY: Crowell (1971).

2557. LENS, Sidney. VIETNAM: A War On Two Fronts. NY: Lodestar, 1990.
A book for Junior High students by this anti-war activist.

2558. LEPPELMAN, John. BLOOD ON THE RISERS: An Airborne Soldier's Thirty-Five Months in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Author was a paratrooper in the 173rd Airborne, then transferred to army riverboats & then the Rangers.

2559. LESLIE, Jacques. THE MARK: A War Correspondent's Memoir of Vietnam and Cambodia.. NY: Four Walls Eight Windows (1995).
Author’s biographical account of his years in Vietnam. Leslie was young reporter for the LA Times & the first American reporter to cross the front lines to report from the point of view of the Viet Cong. Began covering the war in 1972 & covered the fall of Phnom Phenh in 1975.

2560. LESTER, Julius. SEARCH FOR THE NEW LAND. NY: Dell (1970).
A ‘three-part fugue” : a history of America from Hiroshima to the present; an autobiography, including excerpts from letters & journal; “found poetry”. Touches on the Beats, rock, Vietnam War, etc. By the long-time African American activist. ‘...raw& disheveled, wild but honest, providing valuable insights into the Black Experience." <<--The NY Times Book Review.>>

2561. LEVENSTEIN. ESCAPE TO FREEDOM: Story of International Rescue Committee.

2562. LEVERTOV, Denise. A MARIGOLD FROM NORTH VIETNAM. (np): (Albondocani) (1968).

2563. LEVERTOV, Denise (comp & ed). PEACE CALENDAR & APPOINTMENT BOOK, 1968: Out of the War Shadow. NY: War Resistors League.

2564. LEVINE, Maryl & John Naisbitt. RIGHT ON!: A Documentary on Student Protest. NY: Bantam, 1970.
A multimedia presentation of student protest & anti-war activity.

2565. LEVINSON, Jeffrey L. ALPHA STRIKE VIETNAM. Novato: Presidio, 1989.

2566. LEVINSON, Jeffrey L. ALPHA STRIKE VIETNAM: The Navy's Air War 1964 to 1973. (Novato): Presidio (1989).

2567. LEVY, Alan, James & Bernard Cox. DRAFTEE'S CONFIDENTIAL GUIDE: How to Get Along in the Army, GI Life from Induction to Seperation. NY: Signet, 1966.
INcludes a pecial section on Viet Nam.

2568. LEVY, Charles. SPOILS OF WAR. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
A sociologist's book of Viet Nam, with numerous first-person accounts by vets.

2569. LEVY, Howard, M.D. & David Miller. GOING TO JAIL: The Political Prisoner. NY: Grove Press, n.d.
Levy was court-martialled for refusing to train Special Forces troops. Miller was the first man convicted for burning his draft card.

2570. LEWALLEN, John. ECOLOGY OF DEVASTATION: Indochina. Baltimore: Penguin (1971).

2571. LEWALLEN, John. ECOLOGY OF DEVASTATION: Indochina. Baltimore: Penguin (1971).

2572. LEWIS, Jack. GUERILLA WAR. North Hollywood: Challenge, 1966.

2573. LEWIS, Jack. GUNS & GUERRILLAS. North Hollywood: Challenge, 1966.

2574. LEWIS, Jack. THE LEAN & THE MEAN. Canoga Park: Challenge, 1970.

2575. LEWIS, Jack (ed). OF GUTS & GLORY:

2576. LEWIS, Lloyd B. THE TAINTED WAR: Culture & Narrative in Vietnam War Narratives. Westport: Greenwood, 1985.
Attempted reconstruction of the world view of Viet Nam soldiers, based on their accounts. Seeks to illuminate the 'military disaster' & the cultural forces making it possible.

2577. LEWIS, Tom. GAME OF HONOR. NY: Charter Books, 1986.

2578. LEWY, Gunther. AMERICA IN VIETNAM. NY: Oxford, 1978.
One of the first retrospective takes, a systematic analysis US conduct, guilt, & strategy & tactics on the Vietnam War.

2579. LIFE Magazine. VIETNAM: A Pictorial Review From the Pages of Life Magazine. (NY): (Time-Life) (nd) [ca. 1965].
Overview of the war through the Fall of 1965. Heavily illustrated with photos from the magazine, including many by Horst Faas & Larry Burrows.

2580. LIFTON, Betty & Thomas C. Fox. CHILDREN OF VIETNAM. NY: Atheneum, 1972.

2581. LIFTON, Robert. HOME FROM THE WAR: Vietnam Veterans, Neither Victims Nor Executioners. NY: Simon & Schuster (1973).
Classic sympathetic study of alienation in Viet Nam vets, of conflict & anguish with a country which sent them away but did not want them back.

2582. LIFTON, Robert. HOME FROM THE WAR: Vietnam Veterans, Neither Victims Nor Executioners.
Classic study of alienation in Viet Nam vets, of conflict & anguish with a country which sent them away but did not want them back.

2583. LIGA GEGEN DEN IMPERALISMUS. LAOS: `Nieder mit de Alten Regierung - Es Leve die Volksmacht.' Koln: Liga Gegen den Imperialismus, 1975.

2584. LINDERER, Gary A. EYES BEHIND THE LINES: L Company LRPs in Vietnam, 1969. NY: Ivy, 1992.
The author served with the LRP Company attached to the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam from June 1968 to June, 1969. This is a sequel to his 'Eye of the Eagle' which described the first half of his Vietnam tour.

2585. LINDERER, Gary A. EYES BEHIND THE LINES: L Company Rangers in Vietnam, 1969. NY: Ivy, 1992.
The author served with the LRP Company attached to the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam from June 1968 to June, 1969. This is a sequel to his 'Eye of the Eagle' which described the first half of his Vietnam tour.

2586. LINDERER, Gary A. THE EYES OF THE EAGLE: F Company LRPs in Vietnam, 1968. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Personal memoir. The author served with F Company, 58th Infantry of the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam in 1968, & this describes the first half of his Vietnam tour.

2587. LINDHOLM. VIETNAM: The First Five Years.

2588. LINDSAY, Gordon. AFTER VIETNAM, WHAT?

2589. LINEDECKER, Clifford w/Michael & Maureen Ryan. KERRY: Agent Orange & an American Family. NY: Dell (1983).
Account of a little girl born with birth defects because of her father's exposure to Agent Orange in Viet Nam & resulting effects on her family.

2590. LINEDECKER, Clifford with Michael & Maureen Ryan. KERRY: Agent Orange & an American Family. NY: St. Martin's (1982).
Account of a little girl born with birth defects because of her father's exposure to Agent Orange in Viet Nam & resulting effects on her family.

2591. LING HSU, Vivian (ed). BORN OF THE SAME ROOTS. Bloomington: Indiana U, 1981.
Includes Ch'en Ying-Chen's short story 'A Rose in June'. First published in 1967, it is said to demonstrate 'remarkable insight in the Vietnam War...'.

2592. LINN, Bill. MISSING IN ACTION. (NY): Avon (1981).
Novel of a POW who escapes. <<Newman 222>>.

2593. LINN, Bill. MISSING IN ACTION. (NY): Avon (1981).
Novel of POW who escapes. <<Newman 222>>.

2594. LINN, Bill. MISSING IN ACTION. (NY): Avon (1981).
Novel of POW who escapes. <<Newman 222>>.

2595. LINN, Edward & Jack Pearl. MASQUE OF HONOR. NY: Norton, 1969.
Novel of a black officer awarded the Medal of Honor in Viet Nam, then pushed to exploit this when he returns stateside.

2596. LIPPARD, Lucy. A DIFFERENT WAR.

2597. LITTAUER, Raphael & Norman Uphoff, (eds). THE AIR WAR IN INDOCHINA. Boston: Beacon (1972).
Issued under the auspices of Cornell University's Program on Peace Studies Air War Study Group. A Preliminary Report was originally issued in 1971.

2598. LITTAUER, Raphael & Norman Uphoff (eds). THE AIR WAR IN INDOCHINA. Boston: Beacon (1972).
Issued under the auspices of Cornell University's Program on Peace Studies Air War Study Group. A Preliminary Report was originally issued in 1971.

2599. LITTELL, Robert. SWEET REASON. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
Black comedy set on Navy ship off Viet Nam. Author is a Navy vet. <<Newman 138>>.

2600. LITTLE, Charles. THE BOLD & THE LONELY. NY: Popular Library, 1966.

2601. LITTLE, Lloyd. IN THE VILLAGE OF THE MAN. NY: Viking (1977).
Vietnam War novel of a CIA agent sent into the Laotian jungle to secure the loyalty of local tribes & ends up going native, as The Mushroom God. Second book by the award-winning author of << Parthian Shot>>. <<Not in Newman>>.

2602. LITTLE, Lloyd. IN THE VILLAGE OF THE MAN. NY: Ivy Books, (1988).
Vietnam War novel of a CIA agent sent into the Laotian jungle to secure the loyalty of local tribes & ends up going native, as The Mushroom God. Second book by the award-winning author of << Parthian Shot>>. <<Not in Newman>>.

2603. LITTLE, Lloyd. PARTHIAN SHOT. NY: Viking (1975).
The author's first novel, winner of PEN's Ernest Hemingway Foundation Award. A humorous anti-war war novel, placed in 1964 Viet Nam. Little was a Special Forces medic in 1965. Newman 149.

2604. LIU Shao-chi & Ho Chi Minh. JOINT STATEMENT OF CHAIRMAN LIU SHAO-CHI & PRESIDENT HO CHI MINH. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1963.

2605. LIVINGSTONE, Richard N. SPEAK IN SHAME & SORROW. (Hampton): Hampton House, 1971.
Antiwar poetry illustrated with photos from Wide World Photos of Viet Nam War victims. Uncommon.

2606. LLITERAS, D.S. IN A WARRIOR'S ROMANCE. Norfolk: Hampton Roads, 1991.
Consists of photos with captions, focused on quiet moments between the violence of war. Llieras was a Navy Hospital Corpsman attached to the First Reconnaissance Battalion, First Marine Division during 1969-1970.

2607. LOCKHART, Bruce McFarland. THE END OF THE VIETNAMESE MONARCHY. New Haven: Yale, 1993.
Mainly 1925 to 1945, the reign of Bao Dai, drawing heavily on French sources. The most comprehensive work on Bao Dai & understanding events which gave rise to Viet Minh power in 1945.

2608. LOCKHART, Greg. NATION OF ARMS. Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1989.
Inside view of the early history of the People's Army of Vietnam, based on a wide reading of Vietnamese & French sources.

2609. LOCKRIDGE, Ernest. PRINCE ELMO'S FIRE. NY: Stein & Day (1974).
The author's first novel, set partly in Viet Nam; a young man from Indiana is wounded, captured, & sent home an unwilling hero. <<Newman 139>>.

2610. LODGE, Henry Cabot. THE STORM HAS MANY EYES: A Personal Narrative. NY: Norton, 1973.
Includes one chapter on his ambassadorship in Vietnam.

2611. LOMAX, Louis E. THAILAND: The War That Is, The War That Will Be. NY: Random House (1967).
`A first-hand report of another Vietnam in the making'. By the African-American sociologist & author of <<The Negro Revolt>> & other books & host of a TV program in LA.

2612. LOMPERIS, Timothy. READING THE WIND: The Literature of the Vietnam War. Durham: Duke U, 1987.
Bibliographic commentary by John Clark Pratt. His personal opinions are loud & clear, & this is an execellent book for any personal library on the war.

2613. LOMPERIS, Timothy. THE WAR EVERYONE LOST--& WON.

2614. LOORY, Stuart H. DEFEATED: Inside America's Military Machine. NY: Random House (1973).
A polemical depiction of the bureaucratization of the military since WWII, arguing that the Viet Nam debacle resulted from post-WWII policies.

2615. LOPES, Sal. THE WALL: Images & Offerings From the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial. NY: 1987.
Photographic essay on the wall, it's visitors & thy offering they leave.

2616. LORA, Ronald (ed). AMERICA IN THE 60's: Cultural Authorities in Transition. NY: Wiley & Sons, 1974.
Anthology discussing race, economics, the Vietnam War, poverty & radical changes of the 60s.

2617. LORAINE, Philip. ASK THE RATTLESNAKE. Glasgow: Fontana Books, 1977.

2618. LOS ANGELES TIMES PUBLICATION. VIETNAM: A Decade Later.
A series of 15 articles.

2619. LOUANG, Phou. MEN OF COMPANY 97. Hanoi: Neo Haksat, 1971.

2620. LOURIE, Dick. STUMBLING. NY: The Crossing Press, 1973.
Poems. Includes 'Scenario: Kill Viet Cong'.

2621. LOVELL, John P. & Phillip S. Krovenberg (eds). NEW CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS.

2622. LOVY, Andrew D.O. VIETNAM DIARY, OCTOBER 1967-JULY 1968.

2623. LOW, David. THE FEARFUL FIFTIES: A History of the Decade. NY: Simon & Schuster (1960).
1950s history through the eyes of a famed political cartoonist. Includes one Vietnam-related cartoon with text, regards the French campaign.

2624. LOWENFELS, Walter (ed). FROM THE BELLY OF THE SHARK: A New Anthology of Native Americans. NY: Vintage, 1973.
Includes Viet Nam War-related poems by Simon J. Ortiz, Luis Garcia, Jose Angel Gutierrez, M. Jaurequi, Robert Vargas, Olga Cabral, Howard McCord & Marge Piercy.

2625. LOWENFELS, Walter (ed). THE WRITING OF THE WALL: 108 Poems of Protest. NY: Doubleday, 1969.
A period piece collection, past & current poems, two of which are of Viet Nam & apparently appear here first. Includes Clarence Major's `Vietnam #4', pieces by Langston Hughes, Lenore Kandel, Ishmael Reed, Tuli Kupferberg, John Sinclair, Bob Kaufman, Michael Gold, Arturo Giovannitti, Hayden Caruth, Bukowski, Claude McKay, Patchen, Thomas McGrath, Ginsberg & many, many others.

2626. LOWENFELS, Walter (ed). WHERE IS VIETNAM? American Poets Respond. Garden City: Doubleday/Anchor, 1967.
Important early anthology of poetry w/contributions from Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, Kunitz, Levertov, Lowell, Carruth, Kinnell, Bly, Eberhardt, Dickey, Merton, 70+ others; Most are new poems, some written for anti-war readings. Uncommon. <<Newman 626>>.

2627. LOWRY, Timothy. AND BRAVE MEN, TOO. NY: Crown (1985).
Personal stories of men awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Collected by a vet who served two tours in Viet Nam.

2628. LOWRY, Timothy. VALOR. NY: Berkley, 1989.
Heroic accounts of Vietnam's Medal of Honor winners.

2629. LUCAS, Jim. DATELINE: Viet Nam. NY: Award House, 1966.
Personal account of this Pulitzer Prize reporter's two year stint in Vietnam when US forces ballooned from 16,000 to 250,000. He worked & lived primarily in the Mekong Delta. Lucas previously was a Marine Corps combat correspondent in WWII (Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, Tarawa) & covered the Korean War.

2630. LUCAS, Jim. DATELINE: Vietnam. NY: Award, 1967.

2631. LUCAS, Jim. DATELINE: Vietnam. NY: Award House, 1966.
Personal account of this Pulitzer Prize reporter's two year stint in Viet Nam when US forces ballooned from 16,000 to 250,00. He worked & lived primarily in the Mekong Delta. Lucas previously was a Marine Corps combat correspondent in WWII (Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, Tarawa) & covered the Korean War.

2632. LUCE, Don. SHADOWS FROM A CABIN NIGHT. NY: Asian Center [1979].
Contains a section of poems, 'The War Days'.

2633. LUCE, Don, John C. Schafer & Jacquelyn Chagnon (eds). WE PROMISE ONE ANOTHER: Poems From an Asian War. Washington: Indochina Mobile Education Project, 1971.
Anthology of Vietnamese verse. <<Newman 639>>.

2634. LUCE, Don & John Sommer. VIETNAM -- THE UNHEARD VOICES. Ithica: Cornell, 1969.
The war from the viewpoint of the S. Vietnamese peasant.

2635. LUKAS, J. Anthony. DON'T SHOOT -- We Are Your Children!. NY: Random House, 1971.

2636. LUNN, Hugh. VIETNAM: A Reporter's War. NY: Stein & Day (1985).
Biographical account by an award-winning Australian journalist. A classic of the war of words & images -- as well as bullets -- in Vietnam.

2637. LUNN, Hugh. VIETNAM: A Reporter's War. Brisbane: University Queensland Press, 1985.
Biographical account by an award-winning Australian journalist. A classic of the war of words & images -- as well as bullets in Vietnam.

2638. LUSTBADER, Eric Van. BLACK HEART. NY: Evans (1983).
Viet Nam War-related thriller, about an assassin raised & trained by Khmer Rouge. Set partially in Cambodia.

2639. LUTTRELL, Richard. ALL HER BOYES: A Vietnam Love Story. NY: 1990.
Story of a boy in the 101st Airborne Division through letters to his mother & the desire simply to survive to return to loved ones.

2640. LUU Quy Ky. THE VIETNAMESE PROBLEM. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.

2641. LY Qui Chung (ed). BETWEEN TWO FIRES: The Unheard Voices of Vietnam. NY: Praeger, 1970.
Nine prize winning short stories by Vietnamese citizens describing their reactions to the war. Selected from 75 stories submeitted in response to a short-story contest held by a Vietnamese paper (which was shut down by the government shortly thereafter).

2642. LY Qui Chung (ed). BETWEEN TWO FIRES: The Unheard Voices of Vietnam. NY: Praeger, 1970.
Nine prize winning short stories by Vietnamese citizens describing their reactions to the war. Selected from 75 stories submeitted in response to a short-story contest held by a Vietnamese paper (which was shut down by the government shortly thereafter).

2643. LY Qui Chung (ed). BETWEEN TWO FIRES: The Unheard Voices of Vietnam. NY: Praeger, 1970.
Nine prize winning short stories by Vietnamese citizens describing their reactions to the war. Selected from 75 stories submeitted in response to a short-story contest held by a Vietnamese paper (which was shut down by the government shortly thereafter).

2644. LY Qui Chung (ed). BETWEEN TWO FIRES: The Unheard Voices of Vietnam. NY: Praeger, 1970.
Nine prize winning short stories by Vietnamese citizens describing their reactions to the war. Selected from 75 stories submeitted in response to a short-story contest held by a Vietnamese paper (which was shut down by the government shortly thereafter).

2645. LYNCH, Michael. AN AMERICAN SOLDIER. Boston: Little, Brown (1969).

2646. LYND, Alice. WE WON'T GO. Boston: Beacon (1968).

2647. LYND, Alice. WE WON'T GO: Personal Accounts of War Objectors. Boston: Beacon (1968).
More than 30 accounts, including David Mitchell, Gene Keyes, `The Fort Hood Three,' Muhammad Ali, Junebug Boykin, David Gearey, David Nesmith, Martin Jezer, Captain Dale E. Noyd.

2648. LYND, Staughton & Thomas Hayden. THE OTHER SIDE. NY: New American Library (1966).
Account of a trip by two radical authors to North Viet Nam in 1965 plus their criticism of U.S.

2649. LYND, Staughton & Thomas Hayden. THE OTHER SIDE. NY: New American Library (1966).
Account of a trip by two radical authors to North Viet Nam in 1965 plus their criticism of U.S.

2650. LYON, Peter. WAR & PEACE IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA. NY: Oxford, 1969.
All aspects of SE Asia, touching on Viet Nam.

2651. MABIE, Margot. VIETNAM: There & Here. NY: HRW (1985).
History of the war for people too young to remember it.

2652. MacDONALD, Calluma. KOREA: The War Before Vietnam. NY: Macmillan, 1987.
Clear account on politics, strategy & debate surrounding the Korean War -- a critical background toward understanding the Vietnam War.

2653. MacDONALD, Glenn. REPORT OR DISTORT?

2654. MacDONALD, Peter. GIAP: The Victor in Vietnam. NY: Norton, 1993.
First full biography of Giap. The author interviewed him & officers who served under him, as well as Generals Westmoreland & Bigeard.

2655. MacKENZIE, Ken. VIETNAM: Why It Matters.

2656. MACKENZIE, Steve. SEALS #1: Ambush! (NY): Avon (1987).
`Trial by fire in the eye of a communist hurricane!' Set at Hobo Woods, Fire-Support Base Crockett is doomed...until these Naval crazies try to stop `the bloodiest assault since Heartbreak Ridge'.

2657. MACKENZIE, Steve. SEALS #4: TARGET! Avon 1987.
Thriller.

2658. MACKENZIE, Steve. SEALS # 5: Breakout!. NY: Avon, 1988.

2659. MACKENZIE, Steve. SEALS # 8: Infiltrate!. NY: Avon, 1988.

2660. MACLEAR, Michael. TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR: Vietnam 1945-75. NY: St. Martin's (1981)
Documentary account. <<Pratt>>.

2661. MACLEAR, Michael. TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR: Vietnam 1945-75. (NY): Avon (1982)
Documentary account, the basis for the 26-part tv series. <<Pratt>>.

2662. MacPHERSON, Myra. LONG TIME PASSING: Vietnam & the Haunted Generation. Garden City: Doubleday, 1984.
Based on interviews with hundreds of veterans, families, protesters, etc.

2663. MacSWEENY, Barry. BAMBOO NIGHTINGALE: a Funeral-Song to America; For Her Negro Dead in Vietnam. No publisher, date, no author.

2664. MAGGIO, Joe. COMPANY MAN. NY: Putnam (1972).
Novel of CIA mercenaries in Viet Nam. <<Newman 113>>.

2665. MAGLIOCCO, Peter. AMONG A GODLY FEW. Northridge: Limited Editions Press, 1982.
About a US Army Police company in the 1968 Washington DC during riots, Viet Nam vets & references to Viet Nam.

2666. MAGNUSON, Teodore. A SMALL GUST OF WIND. Indpls: Bobbs-Merrill (1980).
Author's first novel, a thriller set partly in Viet Nam, of drug dealing, corruption & violence. <<Newman 207>>.

2667. MAHEDY, William P. OUT OF THE NIGHT: The Spiritual Journey of Vietnam Vets. NY: Ballantine (1986).
By a chaplain in Viet Nam who later worked with the VA to develop the Vietnam Vet Centers Program.

2668. MAHEDY, William P. OUT OF THE NIGHT: The Spiritual Journey of Vietnam Vets. NY: Ballantine (1986).
By a chaplain in Viet Nam who later worked with the VA to develop the Vietnam Vet Centers Program.

2669. MAHLER, Michael D. RINGED IN STEEL: Armored Calvary, Vietnam 1967-68. Ca: 1986.

2670. MAHLER, Michael D. RINGED IN STEEL: Armored Calvary, Vietnam 1967-68. NY: Jove (1987)

2671. MAHONEY, R.D. Patrick. WE MUST FREE THE PRISONERS.

2672. MAHONEY, Tim. HOLLARAN'S WORLD WAR. NY: Delacorte (1985).
Novel of a vet trying to readjust to life at home.

2673. MAHONEY, Tim. WE'RE NOT HERE. (NY): Delacorte (1988).
Mahoney's second book, about a GI who falls in love with Viet Nam, its culture & a Viet Nam woman.

2674. MAHONEY, Tim. WE'RE NOT HERE. NY: Delacorte (1988).

2675. MAILER, Norman. ARMIES OF THE NIGHT. NY: NAL (1968).
Chronicles four days of anti-war demonstrations in Washington in 1967. By a WWII vet, socialist & novelist.

2676. MAILER, Norman. WHY ARE WE IN VIETNAM? NY: Putnam (1967).
See Pratt; not in Newman.

2677. MAILER, Norman. WHY ARE WE IN VIETNAM?. NY: Putnam (1967).
See Pratt; unaccountably not in Newman.

2678. MAILER, Norman, et al. WE ACCUSE. Berkeley: Diablo (1965).
Early antiwar statements at the 36-hour `Vietnam Day' educational protest (the largest ever in the history of the US) at UC Berkeley which attracted, at peak moments, 12,000 people; reads like a who-is-who: Krassner, Savio, Robert Parris, Deutcher, Felix Greene, Spock, Russell, Stone, Gregory, Potter, Lynd, Dellinger, Draper, etc.

2679. MAITLAND, Derek. THE ONLY WAR WE'VE GOT. NY: Morrow, 1970.
Unrelenting satirical novel along the lines of Catch-22. Author was British-born Saigon journalist for San Diego papers in 1967-68. <<Newman 83>>.

2680. MAJOR, Clarence. ALL-NIGHT VISITORS. NY: Olympia (1969).
The first book by this important African-American experimental writer & leftist, novel -- part erotica, part experimental writing--of a black vet in Viet Nam & after. Not in Newman.

2681. MAJOR, Clarence. ALL-NIGHT VISITORS. NY: Olympia (1970).
The first book by this important African-American experimental writer & leftist, novel -- part erotica, part experimental writing--of a black vet in Viet Nam & after. Not in Newman.

2682. MAJOR, Clarence. ALL-NIGHT VISITORS. NY: Olympia Press (1970).
The first book by this important African-American experimental writer & leftist. A novel -- part erotica, part experimental writing -- of a black vet in Viet Nam & after. <<Not in Newman>>.

2683. MAJOR, Clarence. SWALLOW THE LAKE. Middletown: Wesleyan U, 1970.
Includes the poem 'Vietnam'.

2684. MAJOR, Clarence. SWALLOW THE LAKE. Middletown: Wesleyan University (1970).
African American poet/novelist whose poetry collection here is called “statements out of Black America”. Includes the poem “Vietnam”. <<Willson>>.

2685. MAJOR, Clarence (ed). THE NEW BLACK POETRY. NY: International, 1969.
Includes poems by Eugene Redmond, 'Gods in Vietnam' & 'Breakthrough' by John Sinclair.

2686. MAKUCK, Peter. BREAKING & ENTERING. U of Illinois.
Short stories, one of which, `The Enemy,' has reference to the Viet Nam war.

2687. MALEE, A THAI PROSTITUTE. TIGER CLAW & VELVET PAW. London: Arlington, 1984,86.
From a prostitute's perspective, with references to the Viet Nam War & US soldiers, most taking place after the war.

2688. MALLIN, Jay. TERROR IN VIETNAM. Princeton: Van Nostrand (1966).
A reporter on Viet Cong terrorism as a `highly refined' political weapon. Uncommon.

2689. MALZBERG, Barry N. MALZBERG AT LARGE. NY: Charter, 1979.
Includes the short story 'Final War'.

2690. MANELI, Mieczyslaw. WAR OF THE VANQUISHED. NY: Harper & Row (1971).
Account of Iron Curtain diplomacy & a personal chronicle by the former Polish political adviser to, & chief of, the Commission established by the Geneva Accords to supervise a peace settlement in Indo-China, & go-between for North & South Viet Nam negotiations. His peace activities & critical attitude led to his eventual forced exile from Poland.

2691. MANGOLD, Tom & John Penycate. THE TUNNELS OF CU CHI: The Untold Story of Vietnam. NY: Random House (1985).
Historical account of tunnel rats battling underground in Viet Nam -- inside a 200 mile Viet Cong labyrinth just north of Saigon. A neglected aspect of the Viet Nam experience.

2692. MANION, Gina O'Brien. MAMA WENT TO WAR. Sheperdsville: Victor Publishing, 1966.
Early autobiographical account by a woman who visited her Army son in Viet Nam, Chiang Kai-Shek & other Worthies of the Free World.

2693. MANNING, Robert & Michael Janeway. WHO WE ARE: An `Atlantic' Chronicle of the United States & Vietnam. Boston: Little, Brown.
Collection culled from the <<Atlantic Monthly>>, 1966 to 1969, mostly from a personal perspective. Includes W.S. Merwin, Frances FitzGerald, Oscar Handlin, Denis Warner, Bruce Jackson, Orville Schell, Dan Wakefield, Tom Wicker, Robert Stone, Bill Moyers, William Eastlake, Wilfred Sheed, Ross Terrill, Ward Just & many others.

2694. MANNING, Robert & Michael Janeway. WHO WE ARE: An `Atlantic' Chronicle of the United States & Vietnam. Boston: Little, Brown (1969).
Collection culled from the <<Atlantic Monthly>>, 1966 to 1969, mostly from a personal perspective. Includes W.S. Merwin, Frances FitzGerald, Oscar Handlin, Denis Warner, Bruce Jackson, Orville Schell, Dan Wakefield, Tom Wicker, Robert Stone, Bill Moyers, William Eastlake, Wilfred Sheed, Ross Terrill, Ward Just & many others.

2695. MANSFIELD, Mike. WINDS OF CHANGE.

2696. MANSFIELD, Robert S. & William L. Worden. TOWBOATS TO THE ORIENT. (Seattle): (PAC) (1970).
The story of tugboats of Alaska Barge & Transport, Inc., & their duty in Viet Nam. Little-known tale of civilian maritime duty during the war.

2697. MANUS, Willard. THE FIGHTING MEN. Los Angeles: Panjandrum, 1981.
Cautionary tale of Viet Nam vets in Central America. Not in Newman or Pratt.

2698. MAO Tse-tung. STATEMENT OPPOSING AGGRESSION AGAINST SOUTHERN VIET NAM & SLAUGHTER OF ITS PEOPLE BY THE U.S.-NGO DINH DIEM CLIQUE. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1963

2699. MAPS). TONKIN ET NORD ANNAM -- CARTES RIZICOLES DES PROVINCES AU 1/250.000. (np: np, nd.). [1930s?, pre-WWII).

2700. MARIN, A.C. A STORM OF SPEARS. NY: Pinnacle, 1972.

2701. MARINE HELICOPTER SQUADRON HMM-163. HMM-163, RIDGE RUNNERS, 1951-196-.

2702. MARINE MEDIUM HELICOPTER SQUADRON 362. UGLY ANGELS, VIETNAM, 1968.

2703. MARKHININ, E. PEKING & THE VIETNAM PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE. Moscow: Novasti, 1973.

2704. MARKOWITZ, Mitch. GOOD MORNING VIETNAM. LA: Paramount, 1986.

2705. MARKS, Richard. THE LETTERS OF PFC. RICHARD E. MARKS, USMC. Phila: Lippincott (1967).
Marks was killed at Da Nang 14 months after joining the Marines. Uncommon early compilation.

2706. MARMION, Harry A. SELECTIVE SERVICE: Conflict & Compromise. NY: Wiley (1968).
History & analysis of the system causing many to flee the country during the Viet Nam war.

2707. MARNAIS, Philip. SAIGON AFTER DARK. NY: McFadden (1967).

2708. MAROLDA, Edward J. THE IILUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Carrier Operations. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Well illustrated & informative, as are others in this series. The author was head of the Contemporary History Branch of the US Naval Historical Center.

2709. MARR, David G. VIETNAMESE ANTI-COLONIALISM, 1885-1925. Berkeley: U of California, 1971.
By a professor of Vietnamese studies at Cornell.

2710. MARR, David G. VIETNAMESE TRADITION ON TRIAL, 1920-45. Berkeley: U of California, 1981.
Analyzes changes in Vietnamese political & social consciousness prior to the revolution.

2711. MARR, David G. & Christine P. White. POSTWAR VIETNAM: Dilemmas in Socialist Development. Ithaca: SE Asia Program, Cornell U, 1988.

2712. MARR, David G. (ed). REFLECTIONS FROM CAPTIVITY: Phan Boi Chau's Prison Notes & Ho Chi Minh's Prison Diary. Athens: Ohio U, 1978.
Contains the prison writings of these noted nationalists.

2713. MARSHALL, Alan. UNDER-COVERS AGENT. San Diego: Corinth [Nightstand Book], 1968.
Pornography.

2714. MARSHALL, Kathryn. IN THE COMBAT ZONE: An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam. Boston: Little Brown (1987).
20 stories, `monologues full of the uncomfortable alienation of a neglected minority from an unwanted war,' by women who were there.

2715. MARSHALL, S.L.A. AMBUSH & BIRD. Garden City: Doubleday (1969).

2716. MARSHALL, S.L.A. AMBUSH: The Battle of Day Tieng. NY: Cowles (1969).
Details actions of the US 1st & 25th Infantry Divisions, Special Forces led Chinese (Nungs), various Special Forces & First Division Recon Patrols in late 1966 in War Zone C, northwest of Saigon (also Called the Battle of Dong Minh Chau & Operation Attleboro).

2717. MARSHALL, S.L.A. AMBUSH: The Battle of Day Tieng, Also Called the Battle of Dong Minh Chau, War Zone C, Operation Attleboro, & Other Deadfalls in South Vietnam. Nashville: Battery, 1983.
Details actions of the US 1st & 25th Infantry Divisions, Special Forces led Chinese (Nungs), various Special Forces & First Division Recon Patrols in late 1966 in War Zone C, northwest of Saigon.

2718. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BATTLES IN THE MONSOON: Campaigning in the Central Highlands Vietnam, Summer 1966. NY: Morrow, 1967.
The first in-depth study of the US Army in combat against the Viet Cong & North Vietnamese.

2719. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BATTLES IN THE MONSOON: Campaigning in the Central Highlands Vietnam, Summer 1966. Nashville: Battery Press (1967).

2720. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BATTLES IN THE MONSOON: Campaigning in the Central Highlands Vietnam, Summer 1966. Nashville: Battery Press (1984).
First in-depth study of US Army units fighting the Viet Cong & NVA.

2721. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BATTLES IN THE MONSOON: Campaigning in the Central Highlands, South Vietnam, Summer 1966. Nashville: Battery, 1984.
First in depth study of the U.S. Army in combat with the Viet Cong & North Vietnamese.

2722. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BIRD: The Christmastide Battle. (NY): Cowles (1968).
Classic account of U.S. troops repulsing a N. Vietnamese force outnumbering them 5 to 1.

2723. MARSHALL, S.L.A. BIRD: The Christmastide Battle. TN: 1983.
Classic account of U.S. troops repulsing a N. Vietnamese force outnumbering them 5 to 1 at Landing Zone Bird on Christmas Day 1966.

2724. MARSHALL, S.L.A. THE FIELDS OF BAMBOO: Dong Tre, Trung Luong & Hoa Hoi, Three Battles Just Beyond the South China Sea. NY: Dial, 1971.
Day-by-day battle accounts. Scarce.

2725. MARSHALL, S.L.A. UNTITLED. (np): (np) c(1973).
Text of a speech given at Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy in 1973 adressing the military questions of the war.

2726. MARSHALL, S.L.A. VIETNAM PRIMER: Lessons Learned. nd.
Critique of US Army tactics & command practice in small units digested from historical research of fighting operations in 1966 & 1967.

2727. MARSHALL, S.L.A. WEST TO CAMBODIA. (NY): Cowles (1968).

2728. MARSHALL, S.L.A. WEST TO CAMBODIA. Nashville: Battery, 1984.

2729. MARSHALL, S.L.A. WEST TO CAMBODIA. NY: Jove (1986).

2730. MARSHALL, S.L.A. WEST TO CAMBODIA & THE FIELDS OF BAMBOO. NY: Nelson Doubleday, nd.

2731. MARTIN, David. THE LITTLEST NEUTRAL. NY: Crown, 1966.

2732. MARTIN, Earl E. A POET GOES TO WAR. Bozeman: Big Sky Books/Montana State U, 1970.

2733. MARTIN, Earl S. REACHING THE OTHER SIDE: The Journal of an American Who Stayed to Witness Vietnam's Postwar Transition. NY: Crown (1978).
Illustrated journal of a noncombatant Mennonite recording the post-war transition. A compelling, revealing sojourn in a civilian-perspective hell.

2734. MARTIN, Earl S. REACHING THE OTHER SIDE: The Journal of an American Who Stayed to Witness Vietnam's Postwar Transition. NY: Crown (1978).
Illustrated journal of a noncombatant Mennonite recording the post-war transition. A compelling, revealing sojourn in a civilian-perspective hell.

2735. MARTIN, Ian Kennedy. REKILL. NY: Putnam (1977).
NVA commander seeks revenge for a massacre. <<Newman 168>>.

2736. MARTIN, Kennedy Troy. BEAT ON A DAMASK DRUM. NY: Dutton, 1960.

2737. MARTIN, Ron. TO BE FREE.

2738. MARUNICH, Brick. SOCIETY'S SILVER BULLET. 4Pulaski: Privately printed.
Poetry, with a 45-rpm record in back, which Mitch Ryder & his band recorded for the author -- 'Drafted' & 'True Warrior'. The author served in C company 1/12 4th Infantry Division 1968-69. He calls his work a poor man's version of Viet Nam.

2739. MARVICSIN, Dennis J. & Jerold Greenfield. MAVERICK: The Personal War of a Vietnam Cobra Pilot. NY: Putnam's, 1990.
Account by a pilot who was captured & later rescued.

2740. MARX, Michael. A WAR ENDS... (Santa Monica): (Michael Marx) (1977).
Author's first novel, self-published, about the final days of a Communist offensive aimed at taking over the small SE Asian country of `Camoria'. Not in Newman.

2741. MASON, Alexander. LOSERS KEEPERS. NY: Tower Books, 1980.

2742. MASON, Bobbie Ann. IN COUNTRY. NY: Harper & Row (1985).
The author's first novel, about the war's effect on a family.

2743. MASON, Bobbie Ann. IN COUNTRY. London: Chatto & Windus (1986).
The author's first novel, about the war's effect on a family.

2744. MASON, F. Van Wyck. TROUBLE IN BURMA. NY: Pocket, 1963.

2745. MASON, Robert. CHICKENHAWK. NY: Viking (1983).
Classic & important first person account of a helicoptor pilot; Pratt calls this book 'remarkable.' Pratt.

2746. MASON, Robert. WEAPON. NY: Putnam's, 1989.
Pseudo-Viet Nam.

2747. MASON, Robert. WEAPON. NY: Charter, 1990.
Pseudo-Viet Nam.

2748. MASON, Stephen. WIND SHIFT: 21 Stories. Seattle: Read Between the Lines, 1976.
Includes the short stories 'Vietnam on My Mind: The Twenty-Third Dream' & 'The Twenty-Fourth'.

2749. MASON, Steve. JOHNNY'S SONG: Poetry of a Vietnam Veteran. NY: Bantam (1986).
`The poet laureate of the Vietnam Veterans of America.' <<Newman 690>>.

2750. MASON, Steve. JOHNNY'S SONG: Poetry of a Vietnam Veteran. NY: Bantam (1986).

2751. MASON, Steve. WARRIOR FOR PEACE. NY: Simon & Schuster/Touchstone (1988).
His second collection of poetry about the Viet Nam war, including his return from there. Intro by film director Oliver Stone, Viet Nam veteran & director of <<Platoon>>.

2752. MASON, Van Wyck. SAIGON SINGER. Garden City: Doubleday, 1946.

2753. MASON, Van Wyck. SECRET MISSION TO BANGKOK. NY: Doubleday, 1960.
Involves a chase of a Russian spy in a late 1950s setting.

2754. MASON, Van Wyck. SECRET MISSION TO BANGKOK. NY: Pocket, 1961.
Involves a chase of a Russian spy in a late 1950s setting.

2755. MATLIN, David. CHINA BEACH. Barrytown: Station Hill, 1989.

2756. MATTHEWS, William. BRING THE WAR HOME. Detroit: Alternative Press (nd).

2757. MAULRAUX, Andre. LA VOIE ROYALE. Paris: Editions Bernard Grasset, 1963.
Adventure novel, among the lost temples of the Cambodian jungle.

2758. MAULRAUX, Andre. THE ROYAL WAY. NY: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas, 1935.
Adventure novel, among the lost temples of the Cambodian jungle.

2759. MAURER, David A. THE DYING PLACE. NY: Dell (1986).
Novel of a Special Operations Group dropped into Laos. High praise from J.C. Pollock & Chuck Allen (editor of <<National Vietnam Veteran's Review>>).

2760. MAURER, Harry. STRANGE GROUND: Americans in Vietnam 1945-1975; An Oral History. NY: 1989.
Monumental tracing of US involvement in Viet Nam from the last days of WWII (when troops parachuted in to fight with Ho Chi Minh against the Japanese) to the fall of Saigon. Cross-section of stories by participants from amny walks of life.

2761. MAY, Antoinette. WITNESS TO WAR: A Biography of Marguerite Higgins. NY: Beaufort (1983).
Biography of this combat reporter, & the first woman combat reporter in Viet Nam. She died of a tropical disease while covering the war, in 1966.

2762. MAY, Doris. THE TWO WARS: Anti-War Poems. (n.p.): Self-published, 1969.

2763. MAY, Jacques M. SIAM DOCTOR.

2764. MAY, Someth. CAMBODIAN WITNESS: The Autobiography of Someth May. NY: Random House (1986).
Searing account of the Cambodian tragedy. Blurb praise by Dith Pran, Sydney Schanberg, Jack Fuller, Elizabeth Beck.

2765. MAYER, Tom. CLIMB FOR THE EVENING STAR. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
Personal account & reminiscences of riding & flying in helicopter combat as a reporter in Viet Nam. Scarce.

2766. MAYER, Tom. THE WEARY FALCON. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971.
One of the most elusive & most powerful collections of short stories about the war. <<Newman 470>>.

2767. MAYER, Tom see also periodical PLAYBOY. Vol 14, # 8.
Includes the short story 'Anson's Last Assignment'.

2768. McALEAVY, Henry. BLACK FLAGS IN VIETNAM: The Story of a Chinese Intervention. NY: Macmillan (1968).
An account of the Tonkin War of 1884-1885.

2769. McALEAVY, Henry. BLACK FLAGS IN VIETNAM: The Story of a Chinese Intervention. London: Allen & Unwin, 1968.
An account of the Tonkin War of 1884-1885, first published in the UK. See also the US edition.

2770. McALEER, John & Billy Dickson. UNIT PRIDE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981.

2771. McALISTER, John T. VIETNAM: The Origins of Revolution. NY: Knopf, 1969.

2772. McALISTER, John T. VIETNAM: The Origins of Revolution. Princeton: Anchor Books, 1971.

2773. McALISTER, John T., Jr., & Paul Mus. THE VIETNAMESE & THEIR REVOLUTION. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
Written under auspices of Princeton's Center of International Studies.

2774. McALISTER, John T., Jr., & Paul Mus. THE VIETNAMESE & THEIR REVOLUTION. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
Written under auspices of Princeton's Center of International Studies.

2775. McALLISTER, Bruce. DREAM BABY. NY: Tor (1989).
Winner of Nebula Award for best science fiction novel of the year, about CIA experiments with mind control & ESP in the Viet Nam war.

2776. McATEE, Lt. Jon, et al (eds). 101st AIRBORNE DIVISION IN VIETNAM. (np): The Division (1968).

2777. McAULEY, Lex. THE BATTLE OF CORAL: Vietnam Fire Support Bases & Balmoral, May 1968. London: Arrow, 1990.
Account of a series of actions engaged in by the 1st Australian Task Force around two bases NE of Saigon.

2778. McAULEY, Lex. WHEN THE BUFFALO FIGHT. NY: Bantam (1987).
Novel of an Australian infantry battalion in Viet Nam, `spurned by Americans & stalked by Viet Cong'.

2779. McBIRNIE, William S. LETTERS TO MY WIFE FROM BATLEFRONT-VIETNAM.

2780. McCARRY, Charles. THE BETTER ANGELS. NY: Fawcett, 1982.

2781. McCARRY, Charles. THE TEARS OF AUTUMN. NY: Dutton (1975).
A JFK assassination novel, partly set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 140>>.

2782. McCARRY, Charles. THE TEARS OF AUTUMN. London: Hutchinson, 1975.
A JFK assassination novel, partly set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 140>>.

2783. McCARTHY, Eugene. THE YEAR OF THE PEOPLE. NY: Doubleday, 1969.
By the anti-war/populist presidential candidate who scared the beejeesus out of Johnson & company. His strong showing convinced opportunists like Robert Kennedy to get with it.

2784. McCARTHY, Eugene J. THE YEAR OF THE PEOPLE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1969.
DJ illustrated by Ben Shahn. By the anti-Vietnam War Senator & populist presidential candidate who scared the beejeesus out of Johnson & company. His strong showings in primaries convinced opportunists like Robert Kennedy to get with it. Recounts his campaign.

2785. McCARTHY, Gerald. WAR STORY: Vietnam War Poems. Trumansburg: Crossing Press (1977).

2786. McCARTHY, Mary. HANOI. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World (1968).
Second in her `pamphlets' about & against the war.

2787. McCARTHY, Mary. HANOI. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson (1968).
Personal account of her visit to North Vietnam & the emotions, impressions, etc, while there.

2788. McCARTHY, Mary. HANOI. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World (1968).

2789. McCARTHY, Mary. MEDINA. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1972).

2790. McCARTHY, Mary. THE SEVENTEENTH DEGREE. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1974).
<<llects together, for the first time, <<Vietnam>>, <<Hanoi>>, <<Medina>>, with two new pieces, `Sons of the Morning' & `How It Went.' The latter discusses the curious lack of reception the three smaller publications got, especially <<Medina>> which was virtually not to be found after publication. An important collection.

2791. McCARTHY, Mary. VIETNAM. NY: Harcourt Brace & World (1967).
First of her tracts on the war. Critical analysis & first-person account of her 1966 visit to Viet Nam.

2792. McCARTHY, Mary. VIETNAM. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson (1967).

2793. McCARTHY, Mary. VIETNAM. NY: Harcourt Brace & World (1967).
First of her tracts on the war. Critical analysis & first-person account of her 1966 visit to Viet Nam.

2794. McCLARY, Clebe with Diane Barker. LIVING PROOF: The Exciting Story of Vietnam Hero Lt. Clebe McClary.

2795. McCLOUD, Bill. WHAT SHOULD WE TELL OUR CHILDREN ABOUT VIETNAM? Norman: U of Oklahoma (1989).

2796. McCOLL, Alex. MACCAT. NY: Tor, 1988.

2797. McCOLL, Alex. VALLEY OF PERIL. (NY): Tor (1987).
Novel of an American advisor to Vietnamese Regional Forces/Popular Forces. <<Newman 407>>.

2798. McCONNELL, Malcolm. INTO THE MOUTH OF THE CAT: The Story of Lance Sijan, Hero of Vietnam. NY: Norton (1985).
POW account, the saga of a fighter pilot shot down & captured, escaped, was recaptured & died. Posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

2799. McCOY, Alfred THE POLITICS OF HEROIN: CIA Complicity in the Global Drug Trade (Chicago): Lawrence Hill Books, 1991.
20-years of research have led to this revised & updated edition of Alfred W. McCoy’s classic <<The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia>>, the definitive expose of the lucrative opium trade in Southeast Asia & US involvement, including the CIA during the Vietnam War era, etc.

2800. McCOY, Alfred. THE POLITICS OF HEROIN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. NY: Harper & Row (1972).

2801. McCOY, Alfred. THE POLITICS OF HEROIN IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. NY: Harper & Row (1972).
The lucrative opium trade in Southeast Asia & US involvement, including the CIA, Vietnam War era, etc.

2802. McCRAY, Mike. THE BLACK BERETS #1: Deadly Reunion. NY: Dell Book 1984.

2803. McCRAY, Mike. THE BLACK BERETS # 2: Cold Vengeance. NY: Dell, 1984.

2804. McCRAY, Mike. THE BLACK BERETS # 8: D.C. Death March. NY: Dell, 1986.

2805. McCROSKEY, Jacob, Sgt. OPERATION AXE-HANDLE. NY: Lancer, 1967.

2806. McCULLIN, Don. UNREASONABLE BEHAVIOUR: An Autobiography. NY: Knopf, 1992.
A war reporter recounts experiences in Cyprus, the Congo, Biafra, Southeast Asia, Northern Ireland, Afghanistan, El Salvador & the Middle East. Intro by Michael Herr.

2807. McCULLIN, Don w/Lewis Chester. UNREASONABLE BEHAVIOUR: An Autobiography. NY: Knopf, 1992.
A photo-journalists war coverage, including the Viet Nam War.

2808. McCURTIN, Peter. SOLDIER OF FORTUNE: Golden Triangle. NY: Leisure Books (1984).
Action adventure. The war in Viet Nam is over for everybody but Rainey.

2809. McDADE, Charlie. THE GULF. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1986).
Novel of Texas shrimping, tension between a vet, draft-evading brother, & Viet refugees.

2810. McDANIEL, Dorthy. AFTER THE HERO'S WELCOME: A POW Wife's Story of the Battle Against a New Enemy. Chicago: Bonus Books, 1991.
Her story, from the capture of her husband, Red McDaniel, reunion & the continuing war with the bureaucracy over missing POWs.

2811. McDANIEL, Eugene B., w/James L. Johnson. BEFORE HONOR. Phila: Lippincott (1975).
POW account, `One Man's Spiritual Journey into the Darkness of a Communist Prison.' By a Navy flier shot down over North Viet Nam.

2812. McDANIEL, Eugene B., w/James L. Johnson. SCARS & STRIPES. (np): (np) (nd) (1982?)
POW account, `One Man's Spiritual Journey into the Darkness of a Communist Prison.' By a Navy flier shot down over North Viet Nam.

2813. McDANIEL, Norman A. YET ANOTHER VOICE. NY: Leisure (1975).
Air Force pilot captured in 1966 whose faith in God sees him through prison as a POW.

2814. McDONALD, Walter. A BAND OF BROTHERS. Lubbock: Texas Tech, 1989.
Short stories on the Viet Nam war. The author was an Air Force pilot in Viet Nam.

2815. McDONALD, Walter. A BAND OF BROTHERS. Lubbock: Texas Tech, 1989.
Short stories on the Viet Nam war. The author was an Air Force pilot in Viet Nam.

2816. McDONALD, Walter. AFTER THE NOISE OF SAIGON.

2817. McDONALD, Walter. AFTER THE NOISE OF SAIGON. Amherst: U of Massachusetts, 1988.

2818. McDONALD, Walter. ANYTHING ANYTHING. (Berkeley): L'Epervier Press (1980).
Not specifically poems about the Viet Nam War, but a few have some reference (`At the Human Development Center,' `My Neighbor Who Kept Pigeons,' `Goliath, Night Before Battle,' etc) to war & the experiences of fighter pilots. The author's third book.

2819. McDONALD, Walter. BURNING THE FENCE. 1981.
An important poet & fiction writer. Pratt. Not in Newman.

2820. McDONALD, Walter. CALIBAN IN BLUE & Other Poems. (Lubbock): (Texas Tech) (1976).
<<e first book by this important poet & fiction writer. Includes `Da Nang Delight,' `Jungles of Da Lat,' `Air Evac,' `View from the Ward'. The author was an Air Force pilot in Viet Nam, & has also written <<A Band of Brothers>>, <<Burning the Fence>>, <<Night Landings>> & others. Scarce. <<Newman 653, Pratt>>.

2821. McDONALD, Walter. NIGHT LANDINGS. NY: Harper & Row, 1989.
Poems, many Viet Nam War-related.

2822. McDONALD, Walter. WAITING FOR THE END.

2823. McDONALD, Walter, see also TRIQUARTERLY 67.
Includes a poem, 'The Food Pickers of Saigon' by Walter McDonald.

2824. McDONNELL, Virginia. WEST POINT NURSE. Mcfadden-Bartell Book 1965.

2825. McDONOUGH, James R. PLATOON LEADER. (Novato): Presidio (1985).
Recollections of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in 1970 by a lieutenant who volunteered for Viet Nam.

2826. McDONOUGH, James R. PLATOON LEADER. (Novato): Presidio (1985).
Recollections of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in 1970 by a lieutenant who volunteered for Viet Nam.

2827. McDONOUGH, James R. PLATOON LEADER. (Novato): Presidio (1985, 96).
Recollections of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in 1970 by a lieutenant who volunteered for Viet Nam.

2828. McDONOUGH, James R. PLATOON LEADER. NY: Bantam (1988).
Recollections of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in 1970 by a lieutenant who volunteered for Viet Nam.

2829. McGARVEY, Patrick. VISIONS OF VICTORY: Selected Vietnamese Communist Military Writings, 1964-1968. Stanford: Hoover Institute, 1969.
Twelve important original documents translated & reproduced, preceded by the author's analytical introductions. He was a research staff member for the US Vietnam Mission to Paris when the book was written.

2830. McGHEE, Edward. THE ORPHEUS CIRCLE. NY: Lancer, 1987.
Viet Nam vet.

2831. McGINNIS, Joe. FATAL VISION.
About a former Green Beret officer convicted of murdering his family. The Viet Nam war forms a background. The book was controversial, with McGuinniss accused of breaching journalistic ethics.

2832. McGINNIS, Joe. HEROES. NY: Viking (1976).
Where all da heroes go? Previous ages had them. The author talks with George McGovern, Edward Kennedy, Daniel Berrigan, Gene McCarthy, John Glenn & the most decorated hero of the Vietnam War, Joe Hooper.

2833. McGIVERN, William P. A MATTER OF HONOR. NY: Arbor House, 1984.

2834. McGLONE, Randall K. GUTS & GLORY. NY: Pocket, 1992.
Memoir by Marine Lance Corporal involved in opening a vital supply route to Dong Ha & thus to Khe Sanh.

2835. McGRADY, Mike. A DOVE IN VIETNAM. NY: Funk & Wagnalls (1968).
Account by a journalist who won the Overseas Press Club Award for his Viet Nam coverage. The war, & its effects, from Viet Nam to a small Long Island town.

2836. McGRATH, John. PRISONER OF WAR: 6 Years in Hanoi. Annapolis: Naval Institute (1975).
Author's sketches & short commentaries.

2837. McGUINESS, Joe. FATAL VISION. NY: Putnam's, 1983.

2838. McGUINESS, Joe. FATAL VISION. NY: Signet, 1984.

2839. McGUnINISS, Joe. FATAL VISION.

2840. McHALE, Tom. FARRAGAN'S RETREAT. NY: Viking 1971.

2841. McINERNEY, Jay. RANSOM. NY: Vintage, 1985.

2842. McJUNKIN, James N. & Max D. Crace. VISIONS OF VIETNAM. Novato: Presidio Press, 1983.
Photo essay by an Army correspondent, brief captions to the photos & illustrations (many full page), depicting Americans & Vietnamese during the war. "An eloquent & attractive statement of what Vietnam was like for the men who fought there & the people who live there.” Up close & personal.

2843. McJUNKIN, James N. & Max D. Crace. VISIONS OF VIETNAM. Novato: Presidio Press, 1983.
Photo essay by an Army correspondent, brief captions to the photos & illustrations (many full page), depicting Americans & Vietnamese during the war. "An eloquent & attractive statement of what Vietnam was like for the men who fought there & the people who live there.” Up close & personal.

2844. McKAY, Gary. IN GOOD COMPANY: One Man's War in Vietnam. Sydney: 1987.
Combat story of one Australian platoon commander.

2845. McKINNEY, Lu Ann (ed). THE IDIOT & THE ID. Bristol: Sullins College, 1969(?).
Includes the poem 'Mekong Rains' by Bill Ramsey.

2846. McLEOD, Jesse T. CREW CHIEF. Canton, OH: Daring, 1988.
`Experience Vietnam action through the eyes of a Huey helicopter crew chief!'.

2847. McLEOD, Jesse T. CREW CHIEF. Canton: Daring, 1988.
McLeod was a member of 191st & 187th Assault Helicopter companies in Viet Nam.

2848. McLEOD, Jesse T. CREW CHIEF. NY: Dell, 1990.

2849. MCLOUD, Bill. WHAT SHOULD WE TELL OUR CHILDREN ABOUT VIETNAM?. U of Oklahoma, 1989.

2850. McMAHON, Thomas Patrick. JINK. NY: Simon & Schuster (1971).
Mystery novel of pilot just back from Thailand during the war.

2851. McMATH, Phillip. NATIVE GROUND. Little Rock: August House (1985).
Novel of officer in Viet Nam scheduled to lead an offensive shortly before his rotation date. <<Newman 297>>.

2852. McMICHAEL, Joan K. (ed). HEALTH IN THE THIRD WORLD: Studies from Vietnam. Nottingham, UK: Spokesman Books (1976).

2853. McMULLEN, James P. CRY OF THE PANTHER: Quest of a Species. Englewood, FL: Pineapple Press (1984).

2854. McMULLEN, James P. CRY OF THE PANTHER: Quest of a Species. NY: McGraw-Hill, (1985).
Personal account of a Vietnam vet returning to the Florida Everglades to track the endangered Florida panther, eventually leaving his war nightmares behind as he works to prevent the extinction of the cat. Unique.

2855. McNALLY, Lawrence. DEADLY RAIN. NY: Critic's Choice (Lorevan), 1989.

2856. McNAMARA, John J., Jr. THE BILLION DOLLAR CATCH. NY: Dodd, Mead (1987).
An ex-Navy man draws on his expertise from the Viet Nam War to help organize the narcotics trade in New England.

2857. McNAMARA, Robert S. THE ESSENCE OF SECURITY: Reflections in Office. NY: Harper & Row, 1968.
By one of the main architects of US military policy in Vietnam & Johnson's advisor. He totally avoids candid discussion on Vietnam & his own contributions to the unbelievable mess.

2858. McPHERSON, Bruce R. (ed). LIKELY STORIES. New Paltz: Treacle, 1981.
Short stories, includes 'Brothers of the Tiger' by Emilio DeGrazia.

2859. McQUAY, Mike. THE MIA RANSOM. NY: Bantam, 1986.
A Reagan-era thriller with Viet Cong ransoming a couple thousand POWs for a million each or else. <<Willson>>.

2860. McQUINN, Donald E. TARGETS. NY: Macmillan (1980).
A spy thriller, the author's first book. An elusive gun runner is tracked down. McQuinn was a Marine Intelligence officer in Saigon. <<Newman 209>>.

2861. MECKLIN, John. MISSION IN TORMENT: An Intimate Account of the U.S. Role in Vietnam. Garden City: Doubleday, 1965.
Personal account ny a newsman & went to Viet Nam as Public Affairs officer for the US Information Agency.

2862. MEEKER, Oden. THE LITTLE WORLD OF LAOS. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons (1959).

2863. MEIRING, Desmond. THE BRINKMAN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (1965).
Scarce early novel, set in 60s Viet Nam & Laos, involving a French journalist, a Vietnamese communist & an American CIA agent. Not in Newman.

2864. MEIRING, Desmond. THE BRINKMAN. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (1965).
Scarce early novel, set in 60s Viet Nam & Laos, involving a French journalist, a Vietnamese communist & an American CIA agent. Not in Newman.

2865. MELARO, H.J.M. THE VIETNAM STORY. Willingboro: Alexia (1968).

2866. MELSON, Charles D. VIETNAM MARINES: 1965-73. London: Osprey, 1992.
Extended text, with 50 photos & color plates by Paul Hannon.

2867. MELVILLE, Herman. ON THE SLAIN COLLEGIANS. NY: Noonday, 1971.
The poems & parts of poems, clearly issued in response to the on-going war in Viet Nam, along with woodcuts, deal with war's bitterness & the wasted lives of young men. Edited, & with woodcuts by Antonio Frasconi.

2868. MELVIN, Ken. BE NICE! Tokyo: The Wayward Press (1967).
Author's name is pseudonym for two GIs. Cartoons, mostly about sex & death.

2869. MELVIN, Ken. SORRY 'BOUT THAT. Tokyo: Wayward Press (1967).
Cartoons, Limericks & other diversions of GI Viet Nam. <<Newman 722>>.

2870. MENGER, Matt J. IN THE VALLEY OF THE MEKONG. Patterson: St. Anthony's Guild (1970).
A Texas missionary recounts his 13 years in Laos.

2871. MENGER, Matt J. IN THE VALLEY OF THE MEKONG. Patterson, NJ: St. Anthony's Guild (1970).

2872. MENZEL, Paul. MORAL ARGUMENT & THE WAR IN VIETNAM: A Collection of Essays. Nashville: Aurora (1971).
Includes articles by Nixon, Chomsky, Sartre, Kissinger, McCarthy, Draper, Lacouture, Hassler, Oglesby among many others.

2873. MENZEL, Paul. MORAL ARGUMENT & THE WAR IN VIETNAM: A Collection of Essays. Nashville: Aurora (1971).

2874. MERKIN, Robert. ZOMBIE JAMBOREE. NY: Morrow (1986).
Novel of two soldier's very different ways of coping with the war. <<Newman 368>>.

2875. MERKIN, Robert. ZOMBIE JAMBOREE. NY: McGraw-Hill (1987).
Novel of two soldier's very different ways of coping with the war. <<Newman 368>>.

2876. MERKIN, Robert. ZOMBIE JAMBOREE. NY: Morrow (1986).
Novel of two soldier's very different ways of coping with the war. <<Newman 368>>.

2877. MERRIAM, Eve. THE NIXON POEMS. NY: Atheneum, 1970.
Poems, about 10 Viet Nam War-related.

2878. MERRIT, Don. HATCH'S CONSPIRACY. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Novel of an Army captain who served in Laos, living in the S. Pacific & his wife captured as bait to get him.

2879. MERRIT, Don. HATCH'S MISSION. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Hatch goes back to Laos to avenge the death of a friend from his Special Forces days in Laos.

2880. MERRITT, Don. HATCH'S ISLAND. Bantam 1986.

2881. MERRITT, William E. WHERE THE RIVERS RAN BACKWARDS.

2882. MERSKY, Peter B. & Norman Polmar. THE NAVAL AIR WAR IN VIETNAM.

2883. MERSMANN, James F. OUT OF THE VIETNAM VORTEX: A Study of Poets & Poetry Against the War.

2884. MERTEL, Col. Kenneth D. YEAR OF THE HORSE-VIETNAM: 1st Air Cavalry in the Highlands.

2885. MERULLO, Roland. LEAVING LOSAPAS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1990.

2886. MESHAD, Shad. CAPTAIN FOR DARK MORNINGS: A True Story. Playa del Rey, Ca: Creative Image Associates (1982).
Meshad was a <<psych officer>> in Viet Nam. This is his account at the 95th Evac hospital in Danang, & his conflicts with the Army brass.

2887. MESKO, Jim. AIRMOBILE: The Helicopter War in Vietnam. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1984.

2888. MESKO, Jim. AIRMOBILE: The Helicopter War in Vietnam. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1984.

2889. MESKO, Jim. ARMOR IN VIETNAM: A Pictorial History. TX: 1982.

2890. MESKO, Jim. RIVERINE.

2891. MESKO, Jim. US INFANTRY-VIETNAM. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1983.

2892. MESKO, Jim. VNAF: South Vietnamese Air Force, 1945-1975. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1987.

2893. MESKO, Jim & Leroy Thompson. US INFANTRY-VIETNAM & US ELITE FORCES-VIETNAM. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1983.
Mesko wrote the infantry section, Thompson the elite forces section.

2894. METZ, Don. CATAMOUNT BRIDGE. NY: Harper & Row (1988).
Author's first novel, about a family in Vermont with twins, one of whom goes to Viet Nam.

2895. METZ, Don. KING OF THE MOUNTAIN. NY: Harper & Row (1990).
The author's second novel (also about a family in Vermont) with son returned from Vietnam who sells their property & stirs up a fight over a sacred Indian site near Dalton Pond.

2896. MEYER, Nicolas. TARGET PRACTICE. NY: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich (1974).
Author's first book, centered on 2 just-returned POWs. A detective searches for the killer of a POW (said to have collaborated with the North Vietnamese). Set in 1972. <<Willson>>. <<Newman 141>>.

2897. MEYER, Nicolas. TARGET PRACTICE. NY, Pinacle 1975(?).

2898. MEYER, Ted. BODY COUNT. Smithtown: Exposition (1982).

2899. MEYEROWITZ, William. THE FINAL PHASE. NY: Exposition, 1973.
Post-Viet Nam war novel with lots of references to the war. <<Willson>>.

2900. MEYERSON, Harvey. VINH LONG. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970.

2901. MICELI, Frank. THE SEVENTH MONTH. NY: Frederick Fell (1969).

2902. MICHAELES, M.M. SUICIDE COMMAND. NY: Lancer (1967).
Combat novel. This is the true first, preceding a Prestige edition (Newman) & apparently a Magnum edition listed by one dealer. <<Newman 34>>.

2903. MICHAELES, M.M. SUICIDE COMMAND. NY: Prestige (1967).
Preceded by the true first published by Lancer.

2904. MICHAELS, Rand. WOMEN OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Lancer (1967).
Wives in the Zone face passionate troubles...not all battles are fought with bullets & bombs. `Valley of the Dolls' meets `The Green Berets'.

2905. MICHAELS, Rand. WOMEN OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Lancer (1967).

2906. MICHAELS, Rand. WOMEN OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Lancer (1967).

2907. MIDDLETON, Drew (Intro by). AIR WAR-VIETNAM. NY: Arno (1978).

2908. MIDDLETON, Harry & Warren Kiefer. See Middleton Kiefer.

2909. MILBURN, Frank. SHELTERED LIVES. Garden City: Doubleday, 1986.
Novel of a Viet Nam vet returning to another war, at home, with his family.

2910. MILLER, B.W. THE NEWBE.

2911. MILLER, Carolyn Paine. CAPTURED! Chappaqua: Christian Herald (1977).
Personal account of missionary family captured by Viet Cong before the fall of Saigon.

2912. MILLER, Franklin. REFLECTIONS OF A WARRIOR: Medal of Honor Recipient . CA: 1991.
A `natural' warrior who spent six tours in Vietnam as a member of the Military Assistance Command-Vietnam, Studies & Observation Group.

2913. MILLER, James. ‘DEMOCRACY IS IN THE STREETS': From Port Huron to the Siege of Chicago. NY: Simon & Schuster (1987).
High praise from Ronald Steel, Marcus Raskin & Tom Hayden.
`Grasps the reality -- & enduring importance -- of the left wing politics & culture of the sixties as the myths of its friends & enemies have never done.' --Michael Harrington

2914. MILLER, John Grider. THE BRIDGE AT DONG HA. Annapolis: Naval Institute (1989).
The heroic military spirit as personified in the Marine legend of `Ripley at the bridge,' by a fellow Marine who was there when he braved three hours of direct fire to rig 500 pounds of explosive under the bridge & prevent the passage of 30,000 NVA & 200 tanks.

2915. MILLER, John Grider. THE BRIDGE AT DONG HA. Annapolis: Naval Institute (1989).
The heroic military spirit as personified in the Marine legend of `Ripley at the bridge,' by a fellow Marine who was there when he braved three hours of direct fire to rig 500 pounds of explosive under the bridge & prevent the passage of 30,000 NVA & 200 tanks.

2916. MILLER, Kenn. TIGER THE LURP DOG. Boston: Little Brown (1983).
Author's first novel, about a Lurp team & their dog. Newman 259.

2917. MILLER, Norman. NATIONAL LIBERATION: Revolution in the Third World.

2918. MILLER, Rex. PROFANE MEN. NY: NAL/Onyx, (1989).
Another ‘misfits' adventure novel of a squad on a mission into Viet Cong territory: Vietnam, “the jungle-green world of blood-red, soul-shattering insanity.” <<Willson>>.

2919. MILLER, Rex. SLOB. NY: New American Library, 1987.
Novel includes Viet Nam vets, with many references & brief scenes of Viet Nam. <<Willson>>.

2920. MILLER, Robert Hopkins. THE UNITED STATES & VIETNAM, 1987-1941. Washington: National Defense Univerity Press, 1990.

2921. MILLMAN, Lawrence. HERO JESSE. NY: St. Martin's (1982).
Novel of slightly distrubed boy deeply affected by brother's Viet Nam experience.

2922. MILLS, Hugh L., Jr. LOW LEVEL HELL: A Scout Pilot in the Big Red One. Novato: Presidio Press (1992).

2923. MILTON, Joseph. THE DEATH MAKERS. NY: Lancer, 1966.
Presidential agent goes after long-lost OSS officer now plotting with the VC to bring down US forces in SE Asia.

2924. MINTZ, James William. JESSE. Johnson City: Overmountain (1984).
Novel set in 1988 of politician pursuing Presidency trying to hide his actions of Viet Nam years.

2925. MIRSKY, Jonathan. THE TOMBS OF BEN SUC. Corinth, VT: The Black Mountain Press (1967?).
Reprinted from an October 1967 article in the Nation.

2926. MITCHELL, James D. COMMAND & CONTROL: Ghost Raid. NY: Berkley, 1990.
Action/adventure about Green Berets attempting to capture deserters threatening to detonate an atomic weapon in N. Viet Nam. By a former Green Beret in Viet Nam.

2927. MITCHELL, James D. COMMAND & CONTROL: Payback Mission. NY: Berkeley, 1990.
Action/adventure novel the Green Beret in Viet Nam. By a former Green Beret in Viet Nam.

2928. MITCHELL, James Williams. COMMAND & CONTROL. NY: Berkeley, 1989.
'Their tour:, Vietnam, Green Beret. Their motto: We kill for peace'.

2929. MITFORD, Jessica. THE TRIAL OF DR. SPOCK: The Reverend William Sloane Coffin, Jr., Michael Ferber, Mitchell Goodman, & Marcus Raskin. NY: Knopf, 1969.

2930. MOHN, Albert Henrik. ANSIGT TIL ANSIGT MED VIET CONG.

2931. MOLE, Robert L. THE MONTAGNARDS OF SOUTH VIETNAM: A Study of Nine Tribes.

2932. MOLLOY, Tom. GREEN LINE. (Charleston): Charles River (1982).

2933. MOLNAR, Tinker & LeNoir. HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONS OF UNDERGROUNDS IN INSURGENCIES. Washington: American Univ., 1966.
Department of the Army Pamphlet No. 550-104.

2934. MONROE, Malcolm. THE MEANS IS THE END IN VIETNAM. White Plains, NY: Murlagan Press, 1968.
A view from the private sector. Said to be scarce.

2935. MONTAGU, Ivor. VIETNAM: Stop America's Criminal War. London: Communist Party (1967).

2936. MONTAGUE, J.J. THE CONG KISS, BLACK SWAN #2. Chattsworth: Canyon, 1974.

2937. MONTANA, Ron. THE SIGN OF THE THUNDERBIRD. NY: Manor, 1977.

2938. MONTGOMERY, George. AND THE MOUNTAIN CRIED. Hicksville: Exposition (1978).
Vanity press novel, a novelistic treatment of the 'D.B. Cooper' skyjacking, w/Cooper as a Viet Nam vet in league with corrupt Vietnamese officials; partly set in Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

2939. MOONEY, Ted. EASY TRAVEL TO OTHER PLANETS. 1981.

2940. MOORCOCK, Michael. BREAKFAST IN THE RUINS. NY: Random House, 1971.
Includes the chapter 'So Long Son Lon: 1968: Babies.' <<Willson>>.

2941. MOORCOCK, Michael. BREAKFAST IN THE RUINS. London: New English Library, 1975.
Includes the chapter 'So Long Son Lon: 1968: Babies.' <<Willson>>.

2942. MOORCOCK, Michael. BREAKFAST IN THE RUINS. NY: Avon, 1980.
Includes the chapter 'So Long Son Lon: 1968: Babies.' <<Willson>>.

2943. MOORCOCK, Michael. MY EXPERIENCES IN THE THIRD WORLD WAR. Manchester, Eng: Savoy, 1980.
Includes the story 'Crossing into Cambodia'.

2944. MOORCOCK, Michael. MY EXPERIENCES IN THE THIRD WORLD WAR. London: Grafton, 1986.
Includes the story 'Crossing into Cambodia'.

2945. MOORE, Daniel. BURNT HEART: Ode to the War Dead. SF: City Lights (1971).
Long anti-war poem, inspired by the war & the suffering it caused. <<Newman 640>>.

2946. MOORE, Elizabeth Sims. BEND WITH THE WIND. Port Washington: Ashley, 1980.
Novel of a nurse in Quang Ngai province hospital, early in the war. The author was a medical technologist & x-ray technician in the US & Viet Nam. <<Willson>>.

2947. MOORE, Gene D. THE KILLING AT NGO THO. NY: Norton (1967).
Early novel of the war. <<Newman 36>>.

2948. MOORE, Gene D. THE KILLING AT NGO THO. NY: Pyramid (1968).
Early novel of the war written by a Viet Nam vet. <<Newman 36>>.

2949. MOORE, Harold G. & Joseph Galloway. WE WERE SOLDIERS ONCE...& YOUNG: Ia Drang -- The Battle That Changed the War in Vietnam. NY: Harper Collins, 1993.
Well-reserached account by a participant. Moore was Battalion Commander of the 7th Cavalry which was engaged in the Ia Drang battle.

2950. MOORE, Lt.Gen. Harold G. & Joseph Galloway. WE WERE SOLDIERS ONCE...& YOUNG. NY: Random House (1992).
`Ia Drang -- the Battle that changed the war in Vietnam.'

2951. MOORE, Robin. COMBAT PAY. Manor 1976.

2952. MOORE, Robin. COUNTRY TEAM. NY: Crown (1967).

2953. MOORE, Robin. SEARCH & DESTROY. NY: Charter, 1980.

2954. MOORE, Robin. TALES OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Signet (1966).
Cartoon stories of the Special Forces based on Moore's Beret experiences; illustrated by Joe Kubert. <<Newman 719>>.

2955. MOORE, Robin. THE COUNTRY TEAM. NY: Crown (1967).
Novel about a war on a peninsula in SE Asia. Not in Newman.

2956. MOORE, Robin. THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Crown (1969).

2957. MOORE, Robin. THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Crown (1965).
The Special Forces triumph uber alles in an optimistic early novel of the war by a hawk who sees limitless possibilities in Viet Nam. <<Newman 3, Pratt p124,131>>.

2958. MOORE, Robin. THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Crown (1965).
The Special Forces triumph uber alles in an optimistic early novel of the war by a hawk who sees limitless possibilities in Viet Nam. <<Newman 3, Pratt p124,131>>.

2959. MOORE, Robin. THE GREEN BERETS. NY: Avon 1965.
The Special Forces triumph uber alles in an optimistic early novel of the war by a hawk who sees limitless possibilities in Viet Nam. <<Newman 3, Pratt p124,131>>.

2960. MOORE, Robin. THE GREEN BERETS.
The Special Forces triumph uber alles in an optimistic early novel of the war by a hawk who sees limitless possibilities in Viet Nam. <<Newman 3, Pratt p124,131>>.

2961. MOORE, Robin & Henry Rothblatt. COURT MARTIAL. Garden City: Doubleday, 1971.
Fact-based novel, about a trial of Green Berets accused of murdering a triple agent in Viet Nam. <<Newman 97>>.

2962. MOORE, Robin & Joe Kubert. TALES OF THE GREEN BERET, Book 1. El Cajon: Blackthorne, 1986.
Reprint of the 1966 comic strips.

2963. MOORE, Robin & June Collins. KHAKI MAFIA. NY: Crown (1971).
`Fact-based novel' of corruption & scandal in the US Army Clubs in Viet Nam.

2964. MOORE, Robin & June Collins. KHAKI MAFIA.

2965. MOREAU, Daniel. DEATH WITHOUT HONOR. NY: Pocket (1987).
Plot focuses on a scandal relating to the identity of the Viet Nam Unknown soldier.

2966. MORGAN, Robin. MONSTER. NY: Vintage, 1972.
Poems, including 'Four Visions on Vietnam'.

2967. MORGAN, Thomas. SNYDER'S WALK. Garden City: Doubleday, 1987.
Novel of journalist in 1966 Viet Nam.

2968. MORGENTHAU, Hans. VIETNAM & THE UNITED STATES.

2969. MORIARTY, J.M. VIETNAM: The Marines Who Controlled the Skies. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Memoir. Moriarty served with a Marine Observation Squadron II, VMO-2 in 1970.

2970. MOROZ, Harold R. THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.

2971. MORRELL, David. FIRST BLOOD. NY: Evans (1972).
The author's first book, which unleashed Rambo -- a bit of `cultural' smoke. Not in Newman.

2972. MORRELL, David. FIRST BLOOD. NY: Fawcett (1972).

2973. MORRELL, David. RAMBO: First Blood Part II. NY: Jove, 1985.
Rambo goes to Viet Nam to find missing Americans & bring back photos of them. What a guy. Based on the screenplay by Sylvester Stallone & James Cameron.

2974. MORRIS, Charles. A TIME OF PASSION. NY: Harper & Row (1984).
History of America, 1960-80.

2975. MORRIS, Edita. LOVE TO VIETNAM. NY: Monthly Review (1968).
Novel in letters between a Viet Nam napalm victim & Nagasaki victim. A common book often (over)priced in the $50-60 range (we've handled 7-8 copies). <<Newman 55>>.

2976. MORRIS, Edita. LOVE TO VIETNAM. London: 1969.

2977. MORRIS, Jim. DEVIL'S SECRET NAME.
The author's experiences of various wars as a correspondent for <<Soldier of Fortune,>> including flashbacks to Viet Nam.

2978. MORRIS, Jim. FIGHTING MEN. NY: Dell, 1993.
Collection of stories by this vet & 'Soldier of Fortune' correspondent.

2979. MORRIS, Jim. FIGHTING MEN. NY: Dell, 1993.
Collection of stories by this vet & 'Soldier of Fortune' correspondent.

2980. MORRIS, Jim. SILVERNAIL. NY: Dell, 1986.

2981. MORRIS, Jim. STRAWBERRY SOLDIER. NY: Ace (1972).
Author's first book; a vet discovers LSD.

2982. MORRIS, Jim. WAR STORY. Boulder, CO: Sycamore Islands (1979).

2983. MORRIS, Roger. HAIG: The General's Progress. Chicago: Playboy Press (1982).
Kissinger's confidante, Nixon's vicar, pretender to the throne, Vietnam vet & Nato commander; a man of many talents & hats.

2984. MORRIS, Terry. DOCTOR AMERICA: The Story of Tom Dooley. NY: Hawthorne Books (1963).

2985. MORRISON, James. TREEHOUSE. NY: Dial, 1972.
Novel of a family w/a son in Viet Nam.

2986. MORRISON, Wilbur. THE ELEPHANT & THE TIGER: The Full Story of the Vietnam War. NY: Hippocrene, 1990.
Argues that the war was winnable at several stages.

2987. MORROW, Bradford. TRINITY FIELDS. NY: Viking, 1995.

2988. MORT, J. TANKS. Kansas City: BkMk (1986).
Novella & short stories about the war. <<Newman 612>>.

2989. MOSSMAN, James. LIFELINES. London: Bodley Head (1971).
A journalist & estranged wife live in Hong Kong `dangerously close to Vietnam.' Mossman worked for Military Intelligence in Greece. <<Newman 98>>.

2990. MOTHERS OF SERVICEMEN. THE TRUTH ABOUT MY LAI. South Pasadena, Ca: Mothers of Servicemen, 1971.

2991. MOTZ, Donald F., Jr., et al, eds. MARINE HEAVY HELICOPTER SQUADRON 463, VIETNAM, 1967-1968. (n.p.): The Squadron, ca. 1968.

2992. MOULTON, Elizabeth. FATAL DEMONSTRATIONS. NY: Harper & Row (1980).
Author's first novel, with the draft, Kent State, & the Viet Nam war as backdrop.

2993. MOURA, Joni & Jackie Sutherland. TENDER LOVING CARE. NY: Fawcett, 1969.

2994. MOWAT, Farley. FARLEY MOWAT SPEAKS OUT ON CANADA'S ROLE IN VIETNAM. Willowdale, ONT: Conference on Canada's Role in Vietnam (1966).

2995. MULLIGAN, Hugh A. NO PLACE TO DIE: The Agony of Vietnam. NY: Morrow, 1967.
An AP combat correspondent's report. Photos by Horst Faas, Henri Huet, Eddie Adams & Gordon Converse.

2996. MULLIGAN, Hugh A. NO PLACE TO DIE: The Agony of Vietnam. NY: Morrow, 1967.
Photos by Horst Faas, Henri Huet, Eddie Adams & Gordon Converse.

2997. MULLIGAN, James. THE HANOI COMMITMENT. Virginia Beach: RIF Marketing (1981).
Personal account of a Navy pilot shot down over N Viet Nam & 7 years as POW, mostly at the Hanoi Hilton.

2998. MULLIN, Chris. LAST MAN OUT OF SAIGON. London: Gollncz, 1986.
Second book by reporter in Viet Nam. Novel about a CIA agent arrested & re-educated in post-liberation Viet Nam. <<Newman 369>>.

2999. MULLIN, Chris. LAST MAN OUT OF SAIGON. NY: Bantam (1989).
Second book by reporter in Viet Nam. Novel about a CIA agent arrested & re-educated in post-liberation Viet Nam. <<Newman 369>>.

3000. MUNGO, Raymond. FAMOUS LONG AGO: My Life & Hard Times With Liberation News Service. Boston: Beacon (1970).
Mungo was a co-founder of LNS during the Vietnam War. LNS supplied the underground papers nationwide with major articles & graphics. Includes the chapter “I Slept with the Viet Cong”.

3001. MUNSON, Glenn (ed). LETTERS FROM VIET NAM: NY: Parallax & Pocket Books, 1966. 127p. Photos. Wraps.
THIS SHOULD BE PUT IN VIETNAM IF NOT THERE ALREADY. 5/92

3002. MUNSON, Glenn (ed). LETTERS FROM VIETNAM. (NY): Paralax/Pocket (1966).
`The American soldier writes about what this war is really like.' No hardcover was ever issued. Photos by UPI, PIP, World Wide & Kyoichi Sawada.

3003. MURDOCH, Gus. SAIGON SEX TRAP. North Hollywood: Brandon House (1967).
Erotica. Sex & intrigue in the black market. <<Newman 37>>.

3004. MURPHY, George E., Jr. (comp). THE EDITOR'S CHOICE VOLUME IV: The Best Short Fiction for 1987. NY: Bantam/Wampeter, 1988.
Includes the short story 'The Things They Carried' (from 'Esquire') by Tim O'Brien.

3005. MURPHY, Rae. VIETNAM: Impressions of a People's War. Toronto: Canadian Tribune (1967).

3006. MURRAY, Martin J. THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAPITALISM IN COLONIAL INDOCHINA (1870-1940). Berkeley: University of California (1980).

3007. MURRAY, Robin. VIETNAM. No. 1 in the READ-IN series.

3008. MURTHA, Gary D. TIMEFIGHTER: A Marine in Vietnam. Kansas City: GDM Publications (1985).
Documentary book of the author's year in Viet Nam, in journal form & with letters home. Photos include Vietnamese ephemeral stuff, cartoons, cigarette wrappers, etc.

3009. MUSTE, A.J. SEVEN DAYS IN SAIGON: A Political Report. NY: Committee for Non-violent Action, ca. 1966.

3010. MYERS, Thomas. WALKING POINT: American Narratives of Vietnam. NY: Oxford (1988).

3011. MYERS, Walter Dean. FALLEN ANGELS. NY: Scholastic (1988).
Juvenile Viet Nam war novel by a black author.

3012. MYKEL, A.W. SALAMANDRA GLASS. NY: St Martins (1983).
Suspense thriller, main character member of select lurp squad. Some recounts of his Viet Nam experience. Not in Newman.

3013. MYRER, Anton. ONCE AN EAGLE. NY: HRW (1968).
Massive novel about a soldier, partly set in Viet Nam. <<Newman 56>>.

3014. NAGLE, William. THE ODD ANGRY SHOT. Sydney: Angus & Robertson (1975).

3015. NAGLE, William. THE ODD ANGRY SHOT. (Sydney, Australia): Angus & Robertson (1979).
Black comedy of Australian soldiers in Vietnam. <<Newman 150>>.

3016. NAHUM, Lucien. SHADOW 81. Garden City: Doubleday, 1975.
Complex thriller of airline hijacking, partly set in Viet Nam during the last days of the war. Newman 151.

3017. NAHUM, Lucien. SHADOW 81. (NY): Drum, 1986.
Novel of plane hijacking, partly set in Viet Nam during the war. Newman 151.

3018. NAHUM, Lucien. SHADOW 81. London: 1976.

3019. NALTY, Bernard. AIR POWER & THE FIGHT FOR KHE SANH. Wahington: 1973.
US Air Force monograph. Excellent material on air support & supply. Much on the Marines.

3020. NALTY, Bernard C. AIR POWER & THE FIGHT FOR KHE SANH. Washington: Office of Air Force History, 1978.
Aviation's role in this battle.

3021. NALTY, Bernard C., George M. Watson & Jacob Neufeld. AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO THE AIR WAR OVER VIETNAM: Aircraft of the Southeast Asia Conflict. NY: Arco, 1981.
Descriptions of over 50 aircraft types & variants used, with photos & drawings of these.

3022. NAPARSTECK, M.J. A HERO'S WELCOME. NY: Leisure (1981).

3023. NAPARSTECK, M.J. WAR SONG. NY: Leisure (1980).
A wounded soldier had to make a decision: he wasn't afraid of combat, but the war was senseless; he didn't fit in the army or as a civilian; finally he deserts on an illegal flight to Hawaii. <<Newman 211, Willson 831>>.

3024. NAPARSTECK, M.J. WAR SONG. London: Stoneshire Books, 1983.

3025. NASH, Jay. ON ALL FRONTS. Western Springs: December (1974).
Short stories about wars, including one about Viet Nam. Book not in Newman, but for story see Newman 504.

3026. NASH, Norman Harold. THE LAST MISSION. NY: Vantage (1978).

3027. NASMYTH, Spike. 2355 DAYS: A P.O.W.'s Story. NY: Orion (1991).
The story of six and a half years as a Hanoi POW by a former pilot shot down over the north.

3028. NASMYTH, Virginia & Spike. HANOI RELEASE JOHN NASMYTH.

3029. NATHAN, Leonard. RETURNING YOUR CALL. Princeton: Princeton U, 1975.
Poems, including Viet Nam War-related: 'Slippers,' 'Four Position Papers' & 'The Penance'.

3030. NATHANSON, E.M. A DIRTY DISTANT WAR. NY: Viking, 1987.
Novel of an OSS mission in 1944-45 starting in Burma & ending up in Viet Nam, ending at Lang Son. The innocence & guilt of America's fateful entry into SE Asia.

3031. NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR A SANE NUCLEAR POLICY. WHICH WAY IN VIETNAM?

3032. NATIONAL LAMPOON. NATIONAL LAMPOON: THIS SIDE OF PARODIES. Warner Paperback Library 1974.

3033. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. DECLARATION OF THE FIRST CONGRESS OF THE SOUTH VIET NAM NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT FOR LIBERATION. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1962.

3034. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. FIASCO OF THE 2ND DRY SEASON `COUNTER OFFENSIVE' OF THE U.S. IN SOUTH VIETNAM: Winter-Spring 1966-1967. South Vietnam: Giai Phong Editions, 1967.

3035. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. HEROES & HEROINES OF THE LIBERATION ARMED FORCES OF SOUTH VIETNAM. South Vietnam: Liberation Editions, 1965.

3036. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. PERSONALITIES OF THE SOUTH VIETNAM LIBERATION MOVEMENT. (n.p.): Commission for Foreign Relations of the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation, ca. late 1960s.

3037. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. POLITICAL PROGRAM OF THE SOUTH VIET NAM NATIONAL FRONT FOR LIBERATION. South Vietnam: Giai Phong Publ. House, 1967.

3038. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. SOUTH VIET NAM NATIONAL FRONT FOR LIBERATION: Documents. South Vietnam: Giai Phong Publ. House, 1968.

3039. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. SOUTH VIETNAM LIBERATED COUNTRYSIDE. South Vietnam: Foreign Languages Publishing, 1966.

3040. NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT. TEN YEARS OF THE P.L.A.F. South Vietnam: Giai Phong Publ. House, 1971.

3041. NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONGRESS. VIETNAM WOMEN'S PROGRESS THROUGH FIGURES: From the 3rd National Women's Congress, March1961 to the 4th National Women's Congress, March 1974.

3042. NAVARRE, Henri. AGONIE DE L'INDOCHINE (1953-1954)

3043. NAVY DEPT. RIVERINE WARFARE: The US Navy's Operations on Inland Waters.

3044. NAZARIAN, Barry. FINAL RECKONING. NY: Seaview/Putnam (1983).
Novel of a father & son, the son a vet crippled in Viet Nam.

3045. NEEDLE, Jeff. PLEASE READ THIS. Self published.
Self-published anti-war tract, asks for contributions & to obtain more from the New Mobilization for Peace Committee or the Vietnam Peace Parade Committee.

3046. NEIL, Ensign William S. USNR (ed). CRUISE SEVEN: USS RANGER CVA-61, CARRIER AIR WING TWO.

3047. NEILANDS, J.B. HARVEST OF DEATH.

3048. NEJGEBAUER, Sasha. LOSERS WEEPERS. Kayak Books 1969.
`Why?' Many other poems on subjects of the 60s.

3049. NELSON, Charles. BOY WHO PICKED UP THE BULLETS. NY: Morrow, 1981.
Nelson's first novel, about a gay medic in Viet Nam. One of the first & few to openly treat homosexuality there. <<Newman 224>>.

3050. NELSON, Jack & Ronald J Ostrow. THE FBI & THE BERRIGANS: The Making of a Conspiracy. NY: Coward McCann & Geoghegan (1972).
How Hoover & his FBI -- & the Justice Department -- conspired to destroy two Catholic priests opposed to the Viet Nam War. Sympathetic treatment of the radical priests who the FBI accused of plotting bombings & kidnappings -- similar in manner to Hoover’s attempt to smear & “get” Martin Luther King, Jr.

3051. NEO HAKSAT. RAINS IN THE JUNGLE. Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1967.
Short stories to dispel colonialist image of Laotians as `gentle, shy & flabby.' Neo Haksat was an anti-imperialist movement led by Prince Souphanouvong.

3052. NEO LAO HAKSAT. A HISTORIC VICTORY OF THE LAO PATRIOTIC FORCES ON HIWAY 9-SOUTHERN LAOS. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat, ca 1970.

3053. NEO LAO HAKSAT. A QUARTER CENTURY OF GRIM & VICTORIOUS STRUGGLE. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat, ca. 1970.

3054. NEO LAO HAKSAT. ESCALATION OF THE U.S. WAR OF AGGRESSION IN LAOS & THE SETTLEMENT OF THE LAO PROBLEM. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1970.

3055. NEO LAO HAKSAT. MEMORANDUM OF THE NEO LAO HAKSAT ON THE OCCASION OF THE 3RD ANNIVERSARY OF THE SIGNING OF THE 1962 GENEVA AGREEMENTS ON LAOS. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat, 1965.

3056. NEO LAO HAKSAT. PHOUKOUT STRONGHOLD. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1967.

3057. NEO LAO HAKSAT. POLITICAL PROGRAM OF THE NEO LAO HAKSAT (LAO PATRIOTIC FRONT). (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat, 1968.

3058. NEO LAO HAKSAT. STATEMENT BY THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE LAO PATRIOTIC FRONT ON A POLITICAL SETTLEMENT OF THE LAO PROBLEM. (n.p.): Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1970.

3059. NEW UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE, IRVINE CHAPTER. PEOPLE'S PEACE TREATY: A Strategy for Ending the War. Irvine, Ca; New University Conference, ca. 1970.

3060. NEWBORN, Sasha (ed), see the periodical ROCKBOTTOM. FIRST-PERSON INTENSE ANTHOLOGY.
Special issue of 'Rockbottom'.

3061. NEWHAFER, Richard. GOLDEN JUNGLE. NY: New American Library (1968).

3062. NEWHAFER, Richard. NO MORE BUGLES IN THE SKY. NY: New American Library (1966).
An early & quite, so it is said, scarce novel of the Air Force in Viet Nam. Apparently the publisher's hardcover printings during this time were small runs just to cover sales to libraries.

3063. NEWHAFER, Richard. THE VIOLATORS. (NY): Signet (1967).
Paperback reprint of <<No More Bugles in the Sky>>. <<Newman 14>>.

3064. NEWHAFER, Richard. THE VIOLATORS. (NY): Signet (1967).
Paperback reprint of <<No More Bugles in the Sky>>. <<Newman 14>>.

3065. NEWMAN. REPORT ON INDOCHINA.

3066. NEWMAN, Bernard. BACKGROUND TO VIET-NAM. London: Robert Hale, 1965.
By a long-time observer of Indochina events, a staff lecturer with the British Expeditionary Force & Ministry of Information.

3067. NEWMAN, Bernard. BACKGROUND TO VIET-NAM. NY: Roy, 1965.
By a long-time observer of Indochina events, a staff lecturer with the British Expeditionary Force & Ministry of Information.

3068. NEWMAN, Bernard. BACKGROUND TO VIET-NAM. NY: Signet, 1966.
By a long-time observer of Indochina events, a staff lecturer with the British Expeditionary Force & Ministry of Information.

3069. NEWMAN, Bernard. LET'S VISIT VIETNAM. London: Burke, 1967,71.

3070. NEWMAN, John. VIETNAM WAR LITERATURE. Scarecrow, 1982.

3071. NEWMAN, John M. JFK & VIETNAM: Deception, Intrigue, & the Struggle for Power. NY: Warner (1992).

3072. NEWTON, Michael. CHILD OF BLOOD. NY: Bantam, 1988.
st-Viet Nam novel of an Amerasian out to kill his dad. Prologue in Viet Nam, with flashbacks. <<Willson:.

3073. NGO Vinh Long. BEFORE THE REVOLUTION: The Vietnamese Peasants Under the French. NY: Columbia U, 1991.
Classic study of French colonial rule's devastating effects on the peasants.

3074. NGUYEN, Cao Ky. TWENTY YEARS & TWENTY DAYS: How & Why the US Lost its First War with China & the Soviet Union. NY: Stein & Day (1976).
Commentary by a former Prime Minister of S. Viet Nam, regards US failure against the communists.

3075. NGUYEN Chi Thien. FLOWERS FROM HELL. New Haven: Yale Center International & Area Studies, 1984.
Poems selected by the translator, in a bilingual edition.

3076. NGUYEN Du. KIEU. Hanoi: Editions en Langues Etrangeres, 1965.

3077. NGUYEN Du. THE TALE OF KIEU. New Haven: Yale (1983).

3078. NGUYEN Khac Vien. TRADITION & REVOLUTION IN VIETNAM. Washington: Indochina Resource Center, 1974.
Explores subjects ranging from Confucianism & Marxism to North Vietnam's land reform in the 1950s, farm cooperativization in the 1960s to the Paris Peace Agreements of 1973.

3079. NGUYEN Khac Vien (ed). NORTH VIETNAMESE MEDICINE FACING THE TRIALS OF WAR. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies, 1967.

3080. NGUYEN Khac Vien (ed). TRIAL FIRE: Reportages. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publ. House, 1965.

3081. Nguyen Khac Vien (SEE also under PERIODICALS, VIETNAMESE STUDIES which he edited).

3082. NGUYEN Khahn Toan, et al. VIETNAMESE & TEACHING IN VIETNAMESE IN DRVN UNIVERSITIES. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1968

3083. NGUYEN Kien. VIETNAM: 15 Years After the Liberation of Saigon. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1990.

3084. NGUYEN Mahn Dan & Nguyen Ngoc Hahn. VIET NAM IN FLAMES. (np: np, nd) [ca. 1969).
Book of photos of the war along with commentary by Pham van Son (tending to syrupy & optimistic). The photos are reminiscent of David Douglas Duncan's 'War Without Heroes,' grim shots of wartime, mostly of the South Vietnamese Army. Printed in Hong Kong, apparently with assistance of the South Vietnamese Army. An uncommon, moving book.

3085. NGUYEN Mahn Dan & NGUYEN Ngoc Hanh. VIETNAM IN FLAMES. No place, no publisher, [1969ff.]

3086. NGUYEN Ngoc Bich (ed). A THOUSAND YEARS OF VIETNAMESE POETRY. Knopf 1975.

3087. NGUYEN Ngoc Dung, Mrs. INTERNATIONAL VIETNAM SOLDIARITY COMMITTEE OF THE WIDF, SPECIAL MEETING 16-17 MARCH, 1968 BERLIN: Report of the Delegation of the Union of Women for the Liberation of South Vietnam by Mrs. Nguyen Ngoc Dung, Head of the Delegation. (no information given)

3088. NGUYEN Ngoc Ngan w/E.E. Richey. THE WILL OF HEAVEN: A Story of One Vietnamese & the End of His World. NY: Dutton (1981).

3089. NGUYEN Nguc Huy. A NEW STRATEGY TO DEFEND THE FREE WORLD AGAINST COMMUNIST EXPANSION. San Jose: Alliance for Democracy in Vietnam, 1985.

3090. NGUYEN, Qui Duc. WHERE THE ASHES ARE: The Odyssey of a Vietnamese Family. Reading: Addison-Wesley (1993).
“A major contribution to the literature of exile...” --Andrei Codrescu, from jacket. Captures the tragedy of the Vietnam War from a Vietnamese perspective.

3091. NGUYEN Thai. IS SOUTH VIETNAM VIABLE?. Manila: Carmelo & Bauermann, 1962.

3092. NGUYEN, Thi Dinh. NO OTHER ROAD TO TAKE: Memoir of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Dinh. Ithaca: SEAP, Cornell, 1976.
Author was on the Presidium of the NFL Central Committee (1964) & became Deputy Commander of the S. Vietnam Liberation Armed Forces (1965).

3093. NGUYEN Tien Hung & Jerrold L Schecter. THE PALACE FILE. NY: Harper & Row (1989).
The secret letters from Nixon & Ford to the President of S. Vietnam & American promises never kept.

3094. NGUYEN Van Hieu. `SPECIAL WAR' -- An Outgrowth of Neo-Colonialism. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1965.

3095. NGUYEN Van Hieu. `SPECIAL WAR' -- An Outgrowth of Neo-Colonialism. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1965.

3096. NGUYEN Van Vinh. THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE ON THE ROAD TO VICTORY. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1966.
The author was Deputy Chief of Staff of the Vietnam People's Army at the time this was written.

3097. NGUYEN Van Y. HOA DU, 1987.
Poems, in Vietnamese.

3098. NGUYEN Van Y. HOA DU II (Doan Quan Mu Do), 1988.
Poems, in Vietnamese.

3099. NHA CA. AT NIGHT I HEAR THE CANNONS. No publishing information.
The author won S. Viet Nam's National Poetry Award & her description of the siege of Hue during the Tet offensive won 2nd place in the President's Literature Award. Imprisoned by the Communist regime for describing abuses, she now lives in Sweden.

3100. NICHOLS, John. AMERICAN BLOOD. NY: Holt (1987).
Controversial novel about the war & its effects on a number of men. <<Newman 408>>.

3101. NICHOLS, John & Barrett Tillman. ON YANKEE STATION: The Naval Air War Over Vietnam. Annapolis: 1987.
Nichols flew over 350 missions from carriers in the Gulf of Tonkin.

3102. NICOLAU, Alice. SONG MI, SONG MI, SONG MI: Estes Massacres Que Nos Vem Do Vietnam (My Lai).

3103. NIELSEN, John & Kay. ARTIST IN SOUTH VIETNAM.

3104. NIGHSWONGER, William A. RURAL PACIFICATION IN VIETNAM. NY: Praeger (1966).

3105. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS. (NY): Zebra (1984).
Action adventure.

3106. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS #1 (NY): Zebra Books (1984).

3107. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS #2: M-16 JURY. (NY): Zebra Books (1985).
Action adventure.

3108. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS #2: M-16 Jury. (NY): Zebra (1985).

3109. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS #3: BUSTING CAPS. Zebra Books 1985.

3110. NIK-UHERNIK. WAR DOGS #4: BODY COUNT. Zebra Books 1986.

3111. NINE FOR PEACE. THE NINE FOR PEACE.

3112. NINH, Bao. THE SORROW OF WAR: A Novel of North Vietnam. NY: Pantheon (1993).
Award-winning Vietnam War novel written by a North Vietnamese who served in the 27th Youth Brigade & was one of the few to survive that experience. A critical portrayal which one review says “vaults over all the American fiction that came out of the Vietnam war to take its place alongside the greatest war novel of the century..."

3113. NIXON, Richard. NO MORE VIETNAMS. NY: Arbor House, 1985.
Review of Viet Nam & an outline of a strategy for what he calls the 'Third World War'.

3114. NIXON, Richard. THE REAL WAR. NY: Warner, 1980.
He was a disgrace as a Senator, rightfully stoned in Latin America as Vice President, & he & his Vice President Agnew thoroughly disgraced the office of President. Unfit, amoral, a petty mean-spirited little man without character, lost in a fog of alcohol & his wife's tarot-driven inanity -- his dog Checkers deserved a better master.

3115. NOEL, Chris. MATTER OF SURVIVAL: The `War' Jane Never Saw, Hollywood Actress Working for the Pentagon in Vietnam. 1987.
Autobiography of a movie & TV actress who entertained troops in Viet Nam.

3116. NOELL, Chuck & Gary Wood. WE ARE ALL POWs. Philadelphia: Fortress Press (1975).

3117. NOELL, Reuben & Nancy. SAIGON FOR A SONG: The True Story of a Vietnam Gig to Remember. Phoenix: UCS Press, 1987.

3118. NOLAN, Keith William. BATTLE FOR HUE: Tet, 1968. (Novato): Presidio Press (1983).
Sets out to dispel `flip charges' of drugs, desertion, unnecessary killing; something of blow-by-blow account by an author who was 3 years old in 1968.

3119. NOLAN, Keith William. DEATH VALLEY: The Summer Offensive I Corps, August 1969. CA: 1987.
Marines of the 7th Marine Regiment & soldiers of the 196th Brgade of the Americal fought the first major campaign after the US withdrawal announcement.

3120. NOLAN, Keith William. INTO CAMBODIA: Spring Campaign, Summer Offensive, 1970. 1990.
The 1st Cavalry, 4th & 25th Infantry Divisions & the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment's invasion into Cambodia in 1970.

3121. NOLAN, Keith William. INTO LAOS: The Story of Dewey Canyon II/Lam Son 719. Novato: Presidion (1986).
A 1971 military operation reported as a defeat, but the author differs with the report.

3122. NOLAN, Keith William. OPERATION BUFFALO: USMC Fight for the DMZ. (Novato): Presidio (1991).

3123. NOLAND, Thomas. LA GLAISE DES CIMETIERES. Paris: Dargaud Editeur, 1985.

3124. NOLTING, Frederick. FROM TRUST TO TRAGEDY: Political Memoirs of Frederick Nolting. NY: Praeger, 1989.

3125. NORD, Max. VIETNAM IS OUT WORLD. The Hague: International Documentation & Information Centre (Interdoc) (1970).

3126. NORMAN, Elizabeth. WOMEN AT WAR: The Story of Fifty Military Nurses Who Served in Vietnam. Phila: U of Pennsylvania, 1990.

3127. NORMAN, Geoffrey. BOUNCING BACK: How a Heroic Band of POWs Survived in Vietnam. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1990.
In-depth interviews with a number of POW's, including Al Stafford, Charlie Plumb, Tom Hall & Mike Burns.

3128. NORMAN, Geoffrey. BOUNCING BACK: How a Heroic Band of POWs Survived in Vietnam. NY: Pocket Books, (1992).
In-depth interviews with a number of POW's, including Al Stafford, Charlie Plumb, Tom Hall & Mike Burns.

3129. NORMAN, Geoffrey. MIDNIGHT WATER. NY: Dutton (1983).
Novel about a vet `haunted by nightmares of Viet Nam.'

3130. NORMAN, Michael. THESE GOOD MEN: Friendships Forged From War. NY: Crown (1989).
Well-received memoir of the author's time in Viet Nam & a search, 20 years later, for the people he once knew.

3131. NORTH, Oliver. UNDER FIRE: An American Story. NY: 1991.
You can get away with anything if you wrap the flag around yourself tight enough & have the right [sic] friends. The Iran-Contra affair from his position, with sections about the Viet Nam war.

3132. NORTH, Oliver & David Roth. ONE MORE MISSION. NY: Harper Collins/Zondervan, 1993.
Ollie's account of a return to Viet Nam to make sense of the war & his idea of how we can end the long sad chapter.

3133. NORTH, Oliver L. ONE MORE MISSION: Oliver North Returns to Vietnam. NY: HarperCollins/Zondervan, (1993).
Ollie North, who disgraced his country & uniform during the Iran-Contra debacle & cloaks his crimes & amoralism with a smarmy patriotic & religious take, gets a nice blurb from Rush Limbaugh. It has been said that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels -- North is certainly no exception.

3134. NORTON, Bruce H. FORCE RECON DIARY, 1969. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Norton was a Navy Corpsman & volunteer with the Marine 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company as a Recon Team Leader in the DMZ & A Shau Valley in 1969.

3135. NORTON, Bruce H. FORCE RECON DIARY, 1969-1970. NY: Ivy [no date given by source].
Norton was a Navy Corpsman & volunteer with the Marine 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company as a Recon Team Leader in the DMZ & A Shau Valley in 1969. This book combines the author's two previous books.

3136. NORTON, Bruce H. FORCE RECON DIARY, 1970. NY: Ivy, 1992.
Norton was a Navy Corpsman & volunteer with the Marine 3rd Force Reconnaissance Company as a Recon Team Leader in the DMZ & A Shau Valley in 1969.

3137. NORTON, Phillip Lee. THE FORGOTTEN WARRIORS. NY: Vantage (1986).
Vanity press novel of Navy draftees in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

3138. NOVAK, Marian Faye. LONELY GIRLS WITH BURNING EYES: A Wife Recalls Her Husband's Journey Home From Vietnam. Boston: Little, Brown (1991).
Personal account of the experiences & emotions of one who must serve invisibly at home. High praise by Susan Fromberg Schaeffer, Bernard Edelman.

3139. NOVAK, Michael. `STORY' IN POLITICS. NY: Council on Religion & International Affairs, 1970.
Discussion of Viet Nam by Tran Van Dinh, David Little, Daniel C. Maguire & Theodore Webber.

3140. NOVEL, Dennis. LONG RANGE PATROL. NY: Fawcett Columbine, 1992.
Called the first major novel about reconnaissance & long range patrol units. The author served in such units. Praised by Chris Bunch, Allan Cole & Shelby Stanton.

3141. NOVOSTI PRESS AGENCY. THE GRAVEST WAR CRIMES OF OUR TIME: Document of the Committee to Denounce the War Crimes of the US in S Vietnam. Moscow: 1966.

3142. NQUYEN Qui Duc. WHERE THE ASHES ARE: The Odyssey of a Vietnamese Family. Reading: Addison Wesley (1993).
The war thru the eyes of a young boy & his growth, which included refugee camps, the US & returning to Viet Nam.

3143. NUECHTERLEIN. THAILAND & STRUGGLE FOR SOUTHEAST ASIA.

3144. NUNN, Ken. TAPPING THE SOURCE. NY: Delacorte (1984).
Author's first book. One character is Viet Nam vet whose values have been molded by his experience there.

3145. NUNN, Ken. TAPPING THE SOURCE. London: Michael Joseph, 1984.
Author's first book. One character is Viet Nam vet whose values have been molded by his experience there.

3146. O'BALLANCE, Edgar. INDO-CHINA WAR, 1945-1954. London: Faber & Faber (1964).

3147. O'BALLANCE, Edgar. THE WARS IN VIETNAM 1954-1973. London: Ian Allan, 1975.

3148. O'BALLANCE, Edgar. THE WARS IN VIETNAM 1954-1980. NY: Hippocrene, 1981.

3149. O'BRIEN, Geoffrey. DREAM TIME: Chapters from the Sixties. NY: Viking (1988).
Hippies, acid, anti-war protest, music, etc.

3150. O'BRIEN, Sister Mary Celine, R.S.M. I CHARGE EACH OF YOU: The Story of Thomas A. Dooley.

3151. O'BRIEN, Tim. FROM `HOW TO TELL A TRUE WAR STORY.' (np): Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 1987.
The text of this broadside was incorporated in slightly modified form into his highly praised book <<The Things They Carried>>.

3152. O'BRIEN, Tim. GOING AFTER CACCIATO. (NY): Delacorte (1978).

3153. O'BRIEN, Tim. GOING AFTER CACCIATO. NY: Delacorte (1978).
Award-winning novel of soldier who walks away from the war -- or thinks he does. His third book, winner of National Book Award. <<Newman 180>>.

3154. O'BRIEN, Tim. GOING AFTER CACCIATO. NY: Dell (1980).
Novel of a soldier who walks away from the war -- or thinks he does. His third book, National Book Award winner. <<Newman 180>>.

3155. O'BRIEN, Tim. GOING AFTER CACCIOTO.

3156. O'BRIEN, Tim. IF I DIE IN A COMBAT ZONE. (np): Delacorte (1973).
Author's first book. 1st edition is rare. Classic of the war & one of the many which straddle the line between fiction & personal memoir. One of the best & scarcest books on Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

3157. O'BRIEN, Tim. IF I DIE IN A COMBAT ZONE. London: Calder & Boyars, 1973.

3158. O'BRIEN, Tim. IF I DIE IN A COMBAT ZONE: Box Me Up & Ship Me Home. (NY): Dell (1974).

3159. O'BRIEN, Tim. IF I DIE IN A COMBAT ZONE: Box Me Up & Ship Me Home. (NY): Dell (1987).

3160. O'BRIEN, Tim. NORTHERN LIGHTS. NY: Delacorte (1975).
Novel about 2 brothers, one a vet.

3161. O'BRIEN, Tim. NORTHERN LIGHTS. London: Marion Boyars (1975).

3162. O'BRIEN, Tim. NUCLEAR AGE. A Poem. Portland: 1981.

3163. O'BRIEN, Tim. SPEAKING OF COURAGE. Santa Barbara: Neville (1980).
A chapter originally written for Going After Cacciato, but cut from the novel since it occurs after the war as the protagonist attempts to readjust. Not in Newman.

3164. O'BRIEN, Tim. THE THINGS THEY CARRIED. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (1990).

3165. O'BRIEN, Tim, see also the anthologies GREAT ESQUIRE FICTION & THE ESQUIRE FICTION READER, Volume II (both edited by Rust Hill); PUSHCART PRIZE II (edited by Bill Henderson), PRIZE STORIES 1976 & PRIZE STORIES OF THE SEVENTIES (both edited by William. Abrahams), THE BREADLOAF ANTHOLOGY (edited by Robert Pack), THE EDITOR'S CHOICE Vol IV (edited by George E. Murphy) & GRAYWOLF ANNUAL FOUR (edited by Scott Walker). Also see the periodicals ESQUIRE (Vol 108, #4; Vol 112, #1; Vol 106 #2) & GQ (Vol 59, #12), PLAYBOY Vol 37, #1, & REDBOOK.
These contain short stories.

3166. O'CONNOR, John J. A CHAPLAIN LOOKS AT VIETNAM. Cleveland: World (1968).
By a decorated Marine chaplain who served in Viet Nam. He supported the US presence in Viet Nam & criticized the `irresponsible' dissent which questions/undermines presidential policy. Includes material based on his personal experiences in Viet Nam. Author is now Archbishop from NY.

3167. O'DANIEL, John W. VIETNAM TODAY: The Challenge of a Divided Nation. NY: Coward-McCann, 1966.
The revised edition of the 'Nation That Refused to Starve' first published in 1960. A young readers edition. By a former Lt. General.

3168. O'HARA, Brian & L.M. Delrook. SEMPER FIDELIS. (Miami): Blueboy (1978).
Gay erotica set in Viet Nam.

3169. O'NEILL, Robert J. GENERAL GIAP: Politician & Strategist. NY: Praeger, 1969.

3170. O'NEILL, Robert J. GENERAL GIAP: Politician & Strategist. Australia: Casell, 1969.

3171. O'ROURKE, William. ON THE JOB: Fiction About Work by Contemporary Authors. NY: Vintage (1977).
Algren, DeLillo, Kesey, Oates, Paley, Robert Stone, Updike, Rosellyn Brown, Sheed, Bukowski, Wallant, Gelber, Busch, Nova, Just, et al. Work-related collection of short stories, including the Viet Nam War story `The Interrogation of the Prisoner Bung by Mister Hawkins & Sergeant Tree' by David Huddle. <<Willson>>.

3172. O'ROURKE, William. THE HARRISBURG 7 & THE NEW CATHOLIC LEFT. NY: Crowell (1972).

3173. O'ROURKE, William. THE MEEKNESS OF ISAAC. NY: Crowell (1974).
Author's second novel, two childhood friends meet after the war -- one a Viet Nam vet & one a draft resister. Not in Newman.

3174. OATES, Joyce Carol. THE SEDUCTION & Other Stories. NY: Fawcett Crest, 1984(?).
Includes the science fiction short story 'Out of Place'; see list 'In the Field of Fire'.

3175. OBERDORFER, Don. TET! Garden City: Doubleday, 1971.
Classic & exhaustive account of the battle & aftermath.

3176. OBERDORFER, Don. TET!

3177. ODEN, Kenneth. YEAH, BRAVE COWARD. Rutland: Tutle (1959).

3178. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. ARMY PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE COUNTRY PLAN FOR VIET NAM. Washington: Department of the Army, 1954.

3179. OGDEN, Richard. GREEN KNIGHT, RED MOURNING. (NY): Zebra Books (1985).
Memoir of 17-year-old who joined the Marines because he liked their song. He was part of the amphibious assault on Red Beach & the first U.S. attack on a Viet Cong village.

3180. OKIMOTO, Jean Davies. JASON'S WOMEN. Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 1986.

3181. OKSNER, Chester. PUNITIVE DAMAGE. NY: Morrow (1987).
Billed as `A super-authentic business thriller' that makes `L.A. Law' limp in comparison; the best lawyer in town just happens to be a Viet Nam vet who takes on a ruthless oil company.

3182. OLDHAM, Perry. JASON'S WOMEN. SF: Mercury House, 1987.

3183. OLEMY, P.T. THE TRANSGRESORS. NY: Caravelle, 1967.

3184. OLSON, James S. & Randy Roberts. WHERE THE DOMINO FELL: America & Vietnam, 1945-1990. NY: St. Martin's, 1991.
Concice history.

3185. OSANKA, Franklin Mark. MODERN GUERRILLA WARFARE: Fighting Guerilla Movements, 1941-1961. (NY): Free Press (1962).
37 contributors, including Fall, Denis Warner, Rigg (author of `How To Stay Alive in Vietnam) on Viet Nam. Early collection on this subject.

3186. OSBORNE, Leone Neal. THAN HOA OF VIET-NAM. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1966.
Children's story about a boy & his family in a Vietnamese village, threatened by a prowling tiger (metaphor for the war?). By the wife of a US Army Colonel.

3187. OSBORNE, Milton. HO CHI MINH.

3188. OSBORNE, Milton E. STRATEGIC HAMLETS IN SOUTH VIETNAM. Ithaca: Southeast Asia Program/Cornell U, 1965.

3189. OSBORNE, Milton E. THE FRENCH PRESENCE IN COCHINCHINA & CAMBODIA: Rule & Response (1859-1905). Ithaca, NY: Cornell (1969).

3190. OSTER, Jerry. SWEET JUSTICE. NY: Harper & Row (1985).
Mystery, plot hinges on event in Viet Nam years earlier, several scenes in Viet Nam & Cambodia during war. Not in Newman.

3191. OSTROFF, Roberta. FIRE IN THE WIND: The Life of Dickey Chapelle. NY: Ballantine, 1992.
Covers her career from WWII to Vietnam, where she was killed November 1965.

3192. OTTO, LTJG Loren H. (ed). CARRIER-WEST: USS Coral Sea CVA-43, 1966-67. No Place (Printed in Tokyo): Coral Sea, ca.1967.
Cruise book. The Coral Sea was stationed off the coast of Viet Nam. Planes from the Coral Sea attacked North Viet Nam.

3193. OWEN, David. VIETNAM WEAPONS HANDBOOK. England: 1986.
Small arms to tanks & artillery ground weapons used in Viet Nam.

3194. PACIFIC STARS & STRIPES. DATELINE ASIA: 25 Years of History as Reported by Pacific Stars & Stripes. np: (Pacific Stars & Stripes) (1970).

3195. PACIFISTISTICH-SOCIALISTISCH PARTIJ. ZWARTBOEK VIETNAM. Derde, bijgewerkte druk.

3196. PACK, Robert & Jay Parini (eds). THE BREADLOAF ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN SHORT STORIES. Hanover: U Press of New England, 1987.
Includes the short story 'The Things They Carried' by Tim O'Brien.

3197. PAGE, Thomas. THE SPIRIT. NY: Rawson (1977).

3198. PAGE, Tim. PAGE AFTER PAGE: Memoirs of a War-Torn Photographer. NY: Atheneum, 1989.
Page was stoned & wacky, a rock'n'roll photographer high on the glamour & toys of war, hit twice by friendly fire & shrapnel took half his brain out. He was immortalized as a main character in Herr's <<Dispatches>>, which led to new interest in his work in the late 70s.

3199. PAGE, Tim. TEN YEARS AFTER: Vietnam Today. NY: Knopf, 1987.

3200. PAGE, Tim. TIM PAGE'S NAM. NY: Knopf, 1983.
Photos by the best-known of the photographers who covered the war. Page was stoned & wacky, a rock'n'roll photographer high on the glamour & toys of war, hit twice by friendly fire & shrapnel took half his brain out. He was immortalized as a main character in Herr's `Dispatches,' which led to new interest in his work in the late 70s.

3201. PAGE, Tim. TIM PAGE'S NAM. NY: Knopf, 1983.
Photos by the best-known of the photographers who covered the war. Page was stoned & wacky, a rock'n'roll photographer high on the glamour & toys of war, hit twice by friendly fire & shrapnel took half his brain out. He was immortalized as a main character in Herr's `Dispatches,' which led to new interest in his work in the late 70s.

3202. PAGNIEZ, Yvonne. NAISSNACE D'UNE NATION: Choses Vues au Vietnam. Paris & Geneva: La Palatine, 1954.

3203. PAIER, Robert. THE PIED PIPER. NY: McGraw-Hill (1979).
Not a Viet Nam novel per se.

3204. PALEY, Grace. THE MAN IN THE SKY IS A KILLER.
Scarce ephemera by this important activist-artist-novilist.

3205. PALEY, Grace, see also under Robert Stone.

3206. PALEY, Grace see also under Robert Stone `Deeds of War.'

3207. PALMER, Bruce. THE 25 YEAR WAR: America's Military Role in Vietnam. 1984.
A General's view of what went wrong.

3208. PALMER, Dave Richard. READINGS IN CURRENT MILITARY HISTORY. West Point: US Military Academy (1969).

3209. PALMER, Dave Richard. SUMMONS OF THE TRUMPET: U.S. -- Vietnam in Perspective. San Rafael: Presidio (1978).
Synthesis of the military events. By the author of <<Readings in Current Military History>>.

3210. PALMER, Laura. SHRAPNEL IN THE HEART: Letters & Remembrances from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. NY: Random House (1987).

3211. PALMER, Laura. SHRAPNEL IN THE HEART: Letters & Remembrances from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. NY: Random House (1987).

3212. PAN, Stephen & Daniel Lyons. VIETNAM CRISIS. NY: Twin Circle (1966).
Pan headed the East Asian Reseach Institute. He knew Ho Chi Minh, Mao Tse-tung, & his pal Diem lived with him for six months. Lyons was a Jesuit & member of the American Security council.

3213. PAN, Stephen, Ph.D. & Daniel Lyons, SJ. VIETNAM CRISIS. NY: East Asian Research Institute (1966).

3214. PANCAKE, Breece D'J. THE STORIES OF BREECE D'J PANCAKE. NY: Holt (1983).
Short stories, including `The Honored Dead.' Willson 1808.

3215. PANCAKE, Breece D'J. THE STORIES OF BREECE D'J PANCAKE. NY: Holt (1983).
Short stories, including `The Honored Dead.' Willson 1808.

3216. PARISH, Robert D. COMBAT RECON: My Year With the ARVN. NY: St. Martin's, 1991.
Parish was an Army lieutenant to an ARVN infantry battallion for 6 months in 1967, then an advisor for 6 months to a reconnaissance company.

3217. PARK, Owen. THE CHINATOWN CONNECTION. NY: Pinnacle, 1977.

3218. PARK, Paul. SOLDIERS OF PARADISE. NY: Arbor House, 1987.
Science fiction novel, a Viet Nam war metaphor. <<Willson>>.

3219. PARKER, Charles F. IV. VIETNAM: Strategy For a Stalemate. NY: Paragon House, 1989.
Parker is a West Point grad & was a Battalion Commander in Viet Nam.

3220. PARKER, Lee. DONOVAN'S DEVILS #1: The Assassination is Set for July 4... NY: Award, 1974.

3221. PARKER, T. Jefferson. LITTLE SAIGON. NY: St. Martin's (1988).
Parker's first novel, a mystery placed in a California `Little Saigon' community, with overtones of the Viet Nam war.

3222. PARKER, T. Jefferson. LITTLE SAIGON. NY: St. Martin's (1988).
Parker's first novel, a mystery placed in a California `Little Saigon' community, with overtones of the Viet Nam war.

3223. PARKER, T. Jefferson. PACIFIC BEAT. NY: St. Martin's (1991).

3224. PARKER, T. Jefferson. SUMMER OF FEAR. NY: St. Martin's (1993).

3225. PARKS, David. GI DIARY. NY: Harper & Row (1968).
Diary & photos by this young black soldier--the son of Photographer Gordon Parks.

3226. PARKS, David. GI DIARY. Washington: Howard University, 1984.
Diary & photos by this young black soldier -- the son of photographer Gordon Parks.

3227. PARKS, Gordon. TO SMILE IN AUTUMN. NY: Norton (1979).
Account of his years 1944-78. Many photos. Includes the experience of his son going to Vietnam, Muhammed Ali on Vietnam, the Black Panthers, etc.

3228. PARQUE, Richard. A DISTANT THUNDER Zebra Books 1989.

3229. PARQUE, Richard. FIREFIGHT. Zebra Books, 1986.
Thriller. Montana Jones goes back to Vietnam as Saigon is falling to rescue his wife whom he thought dead.

3230. PARQUE, Richard. FLIGHT OF THE PHANTOM. NY: Zebra, 1987.

3231. PARQUE, Richard. HELLBOUND. (NY): Zebra (1985).

3232. PARQUE, Richard. SWEET VIETNAM. (NY): Zebra (1984).

3233. PARQUE, Richard. SWEET WILLIAM. (NY): Zebra Books (1984).

3234. PARRIS, Bob & Howard Zinn. VIETNAM & CIVIL RIGHTS: Two Papers. Nashville: Southern Student Organizing Committee, ca. 1965.

3235. PARRISH, John. 12, 20 & 5: A Doctor's Year in Vietnam. NY: Dutton (1972).
Personal account of an MD's year in Viet Nam.

3236. PARRISH, John. JOURNAL OF A PLAGUE YEAR. Great Britain: Fontana, 1979.
UK edition of '12, 10 & 5: A Doctor's Year in Vietnam,' first published in the US.

3237. PARRY, Col Francis Fox, USMC (ret). THREE WAR MARINE: The Pacific, Korea, Vietnam. Pacifica, CA: Pacifica Press (1987).
An artillery officer who was instrumental in establishing Westmoreland's combat operations center in Saigon in 1966 relates his 30 years experience in the Marines.

3238. PATERSON, Katherine. PARK'S QUEST. NY: Lodestar/Dutton, 1988.
Juvenile fiction, post-war, of a boy searching to learn about a father who died in Viet Nam. <<Willson>>.

3239. PATRIC, Gordon M. THE VIETNAMS OF THE GREEN BERETS. Chesterton, IN: Self-published, 1969.

3240. PATRICK, Robert. KENNEDY'S CHILDREN. French 1975.

3241. PATRICK, Robert. KENNEDY'S CHILDREN: A Play in Two Acts. NY: Samuel French, 1973, 1976.

3242. PATTERSON, Charles J. & G. Lee Tippin. HEROES WHO FELL FROM GRACE.

3243. PATTERSON, Richard North. PRIVATE SCREENING. NY: Villard, 1985.
Contemporary thriller, murder committed by vet, plot hinges on earlier events in Viet Nam which are reccounted. Not in Newman.

3244. PATTI, Archimedes I.A. WHY VIET NAM? Prelude to America's Albatross. Berkeley: U of California (1980).

3245. PAULSEN, Gary. SENTRIES. NY: Puffin, 1987.
Juvenile fiction, with a chapter in Viet Nam. <<Willson>>.

3246. PEARL, Jack. STOCKADE. NY: Trident, 1965.

3247. PEARL, Jack. STOCKADE. NY: Pocket, 1965.

3248. PEARL, Jack. VICTIMS. NY: Trident (1973).

3249. PEARSON, Willard. VIETNAM STUDIES: War in the Northern Provinces 1966-68. Washington: Dept of Army, 1975.

3250. PEERS, Lt. Gen. W.R. MY LAI INQUIRY.

3251. PELFREY, William. BIG V. NY: Liveright (1972).
Issued w/o DJ. The author's first novel, issued in the short-lived `Liveright New Writer' series, about a college graduate drafted to Viet Nam. <<Newman 114>>.

3252. PELFREY, William. BIG V. (NY): Avon (1984).
Vietnam War novel, of a draftee radio operator with the 4th Division in the Central Highlands, at the height of the war. The lunacy of the war on the 6 o’clock news is now all around him, & not just at 6. Pelfrey’s first book, based on his own experiences. <<Newman 114>>.

3253. PELFREY, William. HAMBURGER HILL. Avon Books 1987.
Based on a true story of the 101st Ariborne when they encounter the enemy at Hill 937.

3254. PEMBERTON, Gregory. ALL THE WAY: Australia's Road to Vietnam. Sidney: Allen & Unwin, 1987.

3255. PENDLETON, Don. MACK BOLAN: Dirty War. Gold Eagle 1985.
Mack Bolan & five others tear up the Viet Cong.

3256. PENDLETON, Don. MACK BOLAN: New War Book. NY: Gold Eagle (1984)

3257. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER #104: MACK BOLAN; Devil's Horn [Golden Triangle]. NY: Worldwide, 1987.

3258. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER #113: MACK BOLAN; Vietnam Fallout. NY: Gold Eagle (1988).

3259. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER #118: MACK BOLAN; Warrior's Revenge. NY: Gold Eagle (1988).
A Mack Bolan adventure action book.

3260. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 43: MACK BOLAN: Return to Vietnam. NY: Gold Eagle (1982).

3261. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 57: MACK BOLAN; Flesh Wounds. Gold Eagle 1983.
The Weatherman switch sides (from the far left) & resurface on the Far Right.

3262. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 61: MACK BOLAN; Tiger War. Toronto: Gold Eagle (1984).
#61 in the `Executioner' series, Mack ‘charges into Southeast Asia in an epic smash against evil.' None too soon, one supposes.

3263. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 61: MACK BOLAN; Tiger War. Toronto: Gold Eagle (1984).
#61 in the `Executioner' series, Mack ‘charges into Southeast Asia in an epic smash against evil.' None too soon, one supposes.

3264. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 65: MACK BOLAN: Cambodia Clash. Toronto: Worldwide (1984).

3265. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 69: MACK BOLAN; Skysweeper. Gold Eagle 1984.

3266. PENDLETON, Don. THE EXECUTIONER # 79: MACK BOLAN; Council of Kings. NY: Worldwide, 1985.

3267. PENNIMAN, Howard R. ELECTIONS IN SOUTH VIETNAM. Stanford: AEIHoover Policy Studies, 1972.

3268. PENTAGON PAPERS, see under Gravel, & ?????????
Editions were published in 1971 by: Beacon Press (Gravel Edition, hardcover & wraps), Quadrangle Books (wraps), Bantam (paperback). Gravel first made these papers public when the government was trying to prevent their publication.

3269. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA). WE ARE WITH YOU, VIETNAMESE BROTHERS! (A Collection of Writings on the Solidarity of the Albanian People in Support of the Just Struggle of the Vietnamese People Against American Aggressors)

3270. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA. ON VIET NAM'S EXPULSION OF CHINESE RESIDENTS. Peking: Foreign Language Press, 1978.
Numerous official statements & black & white photos.

3271. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, GOVERNMENT OF, Renmin Ribao, Chou en-lai & Chen Yi. U.S. AGGRESSION HAS NO BOUNDS & OUR COUNTER TO AGGRESSION HAS NO BOUNDS. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1966.

3272. PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF KAMPUCHEA, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS. THAI POLICY VIS-A-VIS KAMPUCHEA.

3273. PEREA, Richard. `Small Arms Fire,' in CUENTOS CHICANOS. 1980.
Fine story concerns GIs observing massive troop movements towards Cambodia. <<Newman 568>>.

3274. PERIODICAL). ADAM 1966 YEARBOOK. LA: Knight, 1966.
Includes the short story 'Bamboo Reunion' by H.W. Ford & the post-war story 'The Loners' by W.E. Sprague, about an ex-fighter pilot, with references to Viet Nam.

3275. PERIODICAL). ALLLSUP ALTERNATIVE. Belleville, 1990.
Includes `Brewer's Battles'.

3276. PERIODICAL). AMAZING STORIES. Vol 61, # 6. Issue #533, March 1987.
Includes the short story 'Dat-Tay-Vao' by F. Paul Wilson.

3277. PERIODICAL). AMERICAN HERITAGE MAGAZINE. Vol XXIX, #3, 1978.
Includes a 10-page article, 'The Wounded Generation: The Twenty-seven Million Men of Vietnam' by Lawrence Baskir & William Strauss.

3278. PERIODICAL). AMERICAN REVIEW 25: The Magazine of New Writing. #25, October 1976.
Includes the short story 'The Achievement of Dr. Poon' by Thomas Berger.

3279. PERIODICAL). AMEX-CANADA. Toronto: 1977.
Published by American exiles. Includes `Carter's Pardon'.

3280. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 77, # 2. April 1966.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Who Needs Insurance' by Robin S. Scott.

3281. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 79, # 4. June 1967.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Computer War, Part I' by Jack Reynolds.

3282. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 79, # 5. July 1967.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Computer War, Part II' by Jack Reynolds.

3283. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 81, # 4. June, 1968.
Includes the science fiction short story 'The Mind Reader' by Robert Chilson.

3284. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 81, # 5. July 1968.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Null Zone' by Joe Poyer.

3285. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 82, # 3. November 1968.
Includes the science fiction short story 'The Ultimate Danger' by W. Macfarlane.

3286. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 90, # 2. October 1972.
Includes the science fiction short story 'The Vietnam War Centennial Celebration' by Ralph E. Hamil.

3287. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 91, # 1. March 1973.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Who Steals My Purse' by John Brunner.

3288. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 91, # 6. August, 1973.
Includes the science fiction short story 'The Jungle' by Karl Hudgins.

3289. PERIODICAL). ANALOG. Vol 92, # 4. December 1973.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Soldier's Home' by Lawrence A. Perkins.

3290. PERIODICAL). ANOTHER CHICAGO MAGAZINE (ACM). Chicago: Another Chicago Press, #17, 1987.
Includes Tom Nawrocki's review 'Marking Time' by W.D. Ehrhart.

3291. PERIODICAL). ANTAEUS: No. 49/50. NY: Ecco Press (1983).
Includes Tobias Wolff's Viet Nam War-related <<The Barracks Thief>>; also Max Apple, Jonathan Baumbach, Tess Gallagher, Pavel Kahout, Joyce Carol Oates, Gordon Parks, Raymond Carver, Gail Godwin, Stephen Minot, Leon Rooke & others.

3292. PERIODICAL). ARMED FORCES JOURNAL. March 1, 1971.
Includes `Southeast Asia Sensor Fields: More Eyes & Ears' by George Weiss.

3293. PERIODICAL). ARMED FORCES JOURNAL. Feb 15, 1971.
Includes `Battle for the Control of the Ho Chi Minh Trail' by George Weiss.

3294. PERIODICAL). ARMY GREEN BOOK. Washington: 1969.

3295. PERIODICAL). ASIAN NOTES FORTNIGHTLY.

3296. PERIODICAL). ATLANTIC MONTHLY. April, 1985.
Includes 'A Veteran's Return to Vietnam' by William Broyles.

3297. PERIODICAL). ATLANTIC MONTHLY. Vol 264, # 3. Sept, 1989.
Includes the short story 'Hippies, Indians, Buffalo' by Wayne Johnson.

3298. PERIODICAL). BLUE LIGHT REVIEW #12. Summer 1989.
Includes the poem 'Round Eyed Girls (Ashau Valley, 1969)' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3299. PERIODICAL). BOGG #61. 1989.
Includes the poem 'Viper (Ashau Valley, 1969)' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3300. PERIODICAL). BOSTON GLOBE, see author listing under BOSTON GLOBE.
Reprint of editorials appearing in the 'Boston Globe' May 29 through June 3, 1967.

3301. PERIODICAL). BRANDING IRON. Vol 97, # 5, July 13, 1989.
Includes the poem 'Specialist Fletcher' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3302. PERIODICAL). BUNCHBERRIES. 1979(?).
The Arts & Letters Journal of Fort Steilacoom Community College. Includes the short story 'Feast of Epiphany' by Richard E. Baker.

3303. PERIODICAL). CAMPUS STREET. Clifton: 1967.
Includes `College Students vs the Draft'.

3304. PERIODICAL). CHELSEA 24/25. NY: de Palchi, 1968.
Double issue of this literary magazine, which is heavily focused on Viet Nam. Includes many prominent antiwar writers of the 60s -- Levertov, Bly, Lowenfels, Balaban (an early appearance by him, preceding his first book by two years), Isabella Gardner, Paul Blackburn & many others. Bly contributes a play, apparently not previously published or produced. A scarce & significant collection.

3305. PERIODICAL). CHELSEA 24/25. NY: de Palchi, October 1968.
Includes poetry: 'America at War' by Paul Zweig, 'Vietnam: The Burning Bush' by Roberta Price, 'Mau Than' by John Balaban, 'Nursery Rhymes for Vietnam' by Isabella Gardner, 'Scotch for Breakfast' by Paul Blackburn, 'Casualty Report' by Stanley Cooperman, 'A Martial Air' by Carol Berge, 'Winter Music, to the Tune of War' by Jack Marshall, 'The Wall Test' by Louis Simpson, 'Peace' by Natalie S. Robins, 'There is No Safety' by Robert Vas Dias, 'From Fragments of a Soloist' by Saul Touster, 'A Christmas Card, After the Assassination' by Mona Van Duyn, &, also, 'The Satisfaction of Vietnam: A Play in 8 Scenes' by Robert Bly.

3306. PERIODICAL). CHICAGO. Vol 26, #3, 1974.
Includes the review, 'Things in Life' by Joyce Thomas, of 'Early Morning Wind & Other Stories' by Dale Herd.

3307. PERIODICAL). CHICAGO REVIEW. Vol 23, #1. Summer 1971.
Includes the poem 'Dialogue of Stoned Soldiers' by James Tate; also an essay by Jeriann Badanes, 'Burning City Street Theater -- An Analysis of a Theatre Commune' which includes a synopsis of 'The Story of Joey Depuccio' in which 'he is sent to kill in Vietnam,' & many other war references.

3308. PERIODICAL). CHICAGO REVIEW. Vol 23, #2. Autumn 1971.
Includes the short story 'Cannonball Catchers' by Bill Amidon.

3309. PERIODICAL). CHIRON REVIEW. Winter 1989.
Includes the poems 'Blood Trail,' 'The Dark Side of the Moon' & 'The Weight of the Sheets' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3310. PERIODICAL). COLORADO REVIEW. Vol 15, # 2. Fall/Winter 1988.
Includes the poem 'Trout Fishing in Viet Nam' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3311. PERIODICAL). COMMAND MAGAZINE. San Lyuis Obispo: 1990.
Includes the pull-out game `Vietnam'.

3312. PERIODICAL). CONJUNCTIONS 8. Boston: Godine, [Autumn] 1985.
Includes the short story 'A Feather on the Breath of God' by Paul West.

3313. PERIODICAL). CRITICAL INQUIRY. Volume 12, No. 4, Summer 1986.
Includes cover article `The Experience of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial'.

3314. PERIODICAL). CULTURAL CRITIQUE.

3315. PERIODICAL). DANGER FORWARD: The Magazine of the Big Red One, Vietnam. February, 1968.
Magazine of the First Infrantry Division in Vietnam.

3316. PERIODICAL). DECEMBER. Western Springs: C.L. Johnson, Vol 12, #1 & 2, 1970.
Double issue. Includes Chandler Thompson's 15-page essay 'Living the Logic of Lunacy in Vietnam,' explaining the origin of 'The Bonepaster Story' filed in Saigon, Sept 20, 1969(?), which follows the essay.

3317. PERIODICAL). EDGE. Autumn/Winter 1973.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Feather Tigers' by Gene Wolfe.

3318. PERIODICAL). ERGO! The Bumbershoot Literary Magazine. Seattle: 1988.
Includes excerpt from 'Paco's Story' by Larry Heinemann & 'Larry Heinemann: Tender Brutality' by Jim Bodeen.

3319. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. 1978(?). No publishing info provided.
First appearance of 'Testimony of Pilot' which was included in his book 'Airships'.

3320. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. Vol 106, # 2. August 1986.
Includes the short story 'The Things They Carried' by Tim O'Brien.

3321. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. Vol 108, # 4. October 1987.
Includes 'How to Tell a True War Story' by Tim O'Brien.

3322. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. Vol 112, # 1. July 1989.
Includes the short story 'Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong' by Tim O'Brien.

3323. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. Vol 95, # 3. March 1981.
Includes the short story 'Ghost Soldiers' by Tim O'Brien.

3324. PERIODICAL). ESQUIRE. Vol 95, # 3. March 1981.
Includes the short story 'Ghost Soldiers' by Tim O'Brien.

3325. PERIODICAL). ESSENCE. [no publisher information given, dated about 1969-70].
Includes an untitled poem ('Mine eyes have seen the glory...') by Larry Smith.

3326. PERIODICAL). EST & OUEST BULLETIN. #357, see listing under ASSOCIATION D'TUDES ET D'INFORMATIONS POLITIQUES INTERNATIONALES.

3327. PERIODICAL). EVERGREEN REVIEW. # 71. October 1969.
Includes the review, 'Arthur Kopit's 'Indian': Dramatizing National Amnesia' by John Lahr.

3328. PERIODICAL). EVERGREEN REVIEW. # 76. March 1970.
Includes the short story 'Cannonball Catchers' by Bill Amidon.

3329. PERIODICAL). EVERGREEN REVIEW. # 77. April 1970.
Includes the short story 'Jimmy's Home' by Bill Price.

3330. PERIODICAL). FICTION NETWORK. #6, Spring-Summer 1986.
Includes the short story 'The Village' by Jim Pitzen.

3331. PERIODICAL). FIELD: Contemporary Poetry & Poetics, #11. Oberlin: Oberlin College, Fall 1974.
Includes Bruce Weigl poems: 'Mines,' 'Convoy,' 'Him, On the Bicycle' & 'The Deer Hunter'.

3332. PERIODICAL). FINE MADNESS. Vol 2, #1, Winter 1984/85.
Includes 'Poem for Uncle Dick' by James Bernhard.

3333. PERIODICAL). FLORIDA QUARTERLY. Vol 4, #2, Fall 1971.
Includes the poem 'War Games' by Fritz Hamilton.

3334. PERIODICAL). FOUR I's. #1, 1990.
Includes the poem 'Birthday in Vietnam' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3335. PERIODICAL). GALAXY MAGAZINE. Vol 28, # 3. April 1969.
Includes the science fiction short story 'Beam Us Home' by James Tiptree Jr. (pseudonym).

3336. PERIODICAL). GENRE: The Vietnam War & Postmodern Memory. Norman: U of Oklahoma, Vol 21, #4, Winter 1988.
Special issue on the war, with excerpts from works by Robert Olen Butler ('The Deuce') & R.S. Carlson (28 poems from 'Was That Someplace You Were'). Also includes essays & reviews.

3337. PERIODICAL). GQ: Gentleman's Quarterly. Vol 59, #12, December 1989.
Includes 'In the Field' by Tim O'Brien.

3338. PERIODICAL). GRANTA #15: `The Fall of Saigon.' NY: Granta (1985).
“A paperback magazine of new writing.” Pieces on Viet Nam by James Fenton (on the fall of Saigon), Frank Snepp, Norman Podhoretz, & Chomsky. Three photos by Don McCullin.

3339. PERIODICAL). GRANTA # 8. 1983.
“A paperback magazine of new writing.” Includes the short story 'The Barracks Thief' by Tobias Wolff.

3340. PERIODICAL). GREEN RIVER REVIEW. Green River Community College, Vol 1, #1, Spring 1989.
Includes the poem 'To the Drill Sergeant' by Mary Graves McMullin.

3341. PERIODICAL). HAIGHT ASHBURY LITERARY JOURNAL. Vol 4, #1, 1989.
'Poetry by Bill Shields,' includes 16 poems.

3342. PERIODICAL). HARPER'S. Vol 263, #1575, August 1981.
Includes short story by Larry Heinemann, 'God's Marvelous Plan'.

3343. PERIODICAL). HARVARD LAMPOON. March 1965.

3344. PERIODICAL). INDIANA REVIEW. Vol 11, #1, Winter 1987.
Contains ''The Whole Reach & Tug of Passion': A Conversation with Lee K. Abbott'. Edited by Earl Indersoll & Stan Sanvel Rubin.

3345. PERIODICAL). INDOCHINE: Sud East Asiatique. Saigon: Societe Asiatique d'edtions (1953). Numero 14, Janvier 1954-Numero 24, Decembre 1953.
Illustrated magazine, along the lines of 'Life' magazine. Many interesting photos & articles on the conflict between the French & Viet Minh. Possibly the last full publication year (the war ended the following year, signaling the end of the French colonial reign). Complete run for 1953, 11 issues, June/July being combined.

3346. PERIODICAL). INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST REVIEW. Vol. 30, No. 4, July-August 1969.

3347. PERIODICAL). INTERVENTION. Spring 1984.
Premier issue of a journal on war, peace & the Vietnam experience begun in response to US interventions in Central America, Lebanon & Grenada. Advisors include Peter Arnett, Daniel Ellsberg, Gloria Emerson.

3348. PERIODICAL). INTERVIEW.
Photocopied sheets including much edited out of published interview. From the publisher's files these are reported to be the only copy of the entire interview.

3349. PERIODICAL). INTERVIEW, see under Oliver Stone.

3350. PERIODICAL). INTRO 13. Norfolk: Associated Writing Program, 1982.
Includes the short story 'Lieutenant' by Rod Kessler.

3351. PERIODICAL). IRONWOOD 6. Tucson: Ironwood, Vol 3, #2, 1975.
Includes Bruce Weigl poems: 'Monkey' & 'Short'.

3352. PERIODICAL). ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Vol 10, # 4. April 1986.
Includes short story 'R'n'R' by Lucius Shepard & 'Viewpoint: Science Fiction & War' by Joe Haldeman.

3353. PERIODICAL). ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Vol 11, #12. December 1987.
Includes short story 'Shades' by Lucius Shepard (Viet Nam vets in post-war Viet Nam, with flashbacks).

3354. PERIODICAL). ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Vol 13, # 8. August, 1989.
Includes short story 'Surrender' by Lucius Shepard (Central America metaphor).

3355. PERIODICAL). ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Vol 9, #5. May, 1985.
Includes short story 'The War at Home' by Lewis Shiner.

3356. PERIODICAL). JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE. Vol 102, #406, October-December 1989.
Special issue on Viet Nam -- 5 articles on Viet Nam war music (folksongs of Americans in the war), art of a Viet Nam vet, marching chants/cadence calls & Vietnamese cinema.

3357. PERIODICAL). KAYAK 26. 1971.
Includes 'First Recovery from Anesthesia' by Albert E. Werder & Marvin Bell's 'Memories of Bragg & Klein' (in a review of his book 'A Probable Volume of Dream').

3358. PERIODICAL). LACTUCA #12. February 1989.
Includes the poems 'Ghost Stories,' 'Indian Payday; Bernies Bar, 1976,' 'Shitbirds' & 'Specialist Fletcher' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3359. PERIODICAL). LACTUCA #14. 1990 (?).
Includes the poems 'Body Bags,' 'fng,' & 'Ladies' Man' & 'Medical Report' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3360. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1951, 1/22.
Includes real period piece reflecting the attitudes of the time, a seven page areticle, 'New Broom in Indo-China: De Lattre Strikes Blow...'

3361. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1953, 12/14.
'Bold French Get the Jump on Vietminh'. Five-page article by Life photographer Howard Sochurek recounting not being told where the French were taking him until he was on a flight to Dien Bien Phu.

3362. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1953, 8/ 3.
Photo report, 13 pages, by David Douglas Duncan.

3363. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 1/11.
'French Clean Up After Indochina Fight'.

3364. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 10/25.
'Hanoi's Red Masters Take Over'.

3365. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 2/ 1.
'An Incident of the Frecnh Camp in Indochina'.

3366. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 5/17.
`Last Pictures From Doomed Dienbienphu'. Five-page article.

3367. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 7/12.
'Bugout in the Delta Amid Deep Emotion'. Four-page article.

3368. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 7/19.
'The Shadowy Vietnminh Foe in the Flesh.' Two-page article with photo of General Van Tien Dung heading the Vietminh Truce Team.

3369. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 8/ 2.
'The Face of Defeat & the Face of Victory.' Six-page article shows French POWs.

3370. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1954, 8/ 9.
'Mop-Up at Dienbienphu'.

3371. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1955, 4/18.
'Feudal Fracas In Vietnam; Sects With Private Armies Revbel To Keep Their Old Privileges.' Two-page article with photos of Diem & his brothers, Gen. Ba Cut, Pham Cong Tac, Gen. Phuong & Gen Le Van Vien.

3372. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1955, 5/ 9.
'Civil War, The View of Those Caught In It.' Eight pages showing Diem's battle with the sects.

3373. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1957, 5/13.
'Meet President Diem.' Eleven-page article by John Osborne.

3374. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1961, 10/27.
'Vietnam: Our Next Showdown.' 17-page photographic report.

3375. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1963, 10/11.
'Vietnam Climax: McNamara's Mission; Madame Nhu On the Road.' Eight-page article, with Madame Nhu & daughter on the cover.

3376. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1964, 11/27.
'Alert in Vietnam.' Cover issue with 19-page article.

3377. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1964, 12/11.
'Exploding Power of the Buddhists'.

3378. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1964, 3/20.
'Ambassador Lodge in Saigon.' Cover issue with eight-page article.

3379. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1964, 8/21.
'Vietnam Build Up On the Border.' Cover issue with six-page article featuring Gen. Khanh.

3380. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 10/22.
'Mary Martin in Vietnam.' Cover issue, showing Martin entertaining troops, with six-pages showing an operation in the Iron Triangle.

3381. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 10/29.
'The Vietnam Protests.' A three-page article.

3382. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 11/12.
'A Prayer, a Take-Off & the Strike.' Six-page article on B-52 bombing missions from Guam.

3383. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 11/26.
'The Blunt Reality of War in Vietnam.' Cover issue, 22-page article by Michael Mok & photos by Payl Schutzer.

3384. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 12/ 3.
'Vietnam: Biggest US Battle.' Three-page article on battle in Ia Drang Valley.

3385. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 2/26.
'Vietnam Blows, Counter Blows, Tense Waits.' Cover issue depicting a N. Viet Nam stamp showing the machine-gunning of a US chopper, with six-page article.

3386. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 4/16.
'With a Brave Crew In a Deadly Fight.' Cover issue showing a gunner in a chopper during combat. A 15-page article on chopper use in warfare, with analysis criticizing tactical use in Viet Nam by Life's Military Affairs Editor, John Dille.

3387. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 7/ 2.
'Deeper Into the Vietnam War.' Cover article, 14-pages, with 12-page article by Akihiko Okamura, a Japanese photographer held captive for 53 days by the VC (an excellent account).

3388. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 7/23.
'Vietnam: Five Minutes To Darkness.' Eight-page article contains interview with Ky.

3389. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1965, 8/ 6.
'The Fleet Lashes Out.' Cover issue, 10-page article.

3390. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 10/28.
'Invasion DMZ Runs Into the Marines.' Cover story, a 10-page article.

3391. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 11/ 4.
'The President's Trip.' Cover issue, a 13-page article.

3392. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 2/11.
'The War Goes On.' Cover issue, a 10-page article showing a First Cavalry operation.

3393. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 2/25.
'Vietnam: A Searching Assessment.' Cover issue, a 32-page article.

3394. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 3/ 4.
'Hail to 'Green Berets'.' A four-page article on Barry Sadler.

3395. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 4/ 8.
'All-American Rhodes Scholar, Now in Vietnam: Captain Pete Dawkins Keeps On Winning.' Cover issue, a seven-page article.

3396. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 4/22.
'Vietnam-Crippling Buddhist Revolt.' Cover issue, a 10-page article.

3397. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 5/13.
'The Questioning Fulbright.' A 14-page article Senator Fulbright, who opposed the war.

3398. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 6/ 3.
'Danang's Revolt Is Shot Down.' Eight-page article, plus review of 'Lost Command,' the movie made from Larteguy's book 'The Centurions'.

3399. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1966, 8/12.
'A Town's Troubled Mood As a War Comes Home.' A 12-page article depicting the questions on the war in an Ohio town.

3400. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 1/13.
'The Delta: Fertile Swamp of Suspicion.' Cover story, a 10-page article.

3401. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 1/27.
'A Monstrous War.' A 10-page article by Robert Sherrod.

3402. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 10/13.
'Con Thien.' A 2-page photo of Con Thien.

3403. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 10/27.
'Inside the Cone of Fire At Con Thien.' Cover story, 18-pages, with photos by David Douglas Duncan.

3404. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 12/ 8.
'The McNamara Story.' A six-page article on McNamara as he becomes president of the World Bank. Illustrates how 'Life' was used by LBJ to cover up real divisions over Vietnam--& McNamara's complicity.

3405. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 3/10.
'Battle Jump: New Tactics Step Up the War.' Cover story, eight-page article by Don Moser, photos by Co Rentmeester.

3406. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 4/ 7.
'North Vietnam Under Seige.' Cover story, a six-page article with photos of North Vietnam by Lee Lockwood.

3407. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 5/26.
'Big Lew Walt.' Cover story on this Marine General.

3408. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 6/ 2.
'Vietnam Tough, Coming Along.' An 11-page article.

3409. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 6/ 9.
'The Ambassador's Bunkers.' A four-page article.

3410. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 7/21.
'Secret Struggle to Free Gus Hertz From the Vietcong.' Cover story, an eight-page article.

3411. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 8/25.
'To Keep a Village Free.' Cover story, a six-page article of a Marine civic action team.

3412. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1967, 9/15.
''Di Bau' Day in Vietnam.' An eight-page article on the election in Viet Nam.

3413. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 1/12.
'Viet Cong Terrorists.' 11-page article by Don Moser on an elite unit of terrorist known as F-100.

3414. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 1/26.
'Up Front With Your Congressman.' Photos of congressmen visiting Viet Nam.

3415. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 11/ 8.
'As the Bombing Stops: This Girl Tron.' Cover story, a 10-page article.

3416. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 2/ 9.
'Suicide Raid On the Enemy.' Cover story, 8-pages with photos of Khe Sanh.

3417. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 2/16.
'A Remarkable Day in Hue; The Enemy Lets Me Take His Picture.' Cover story, eight-pages, photos by Catherine Leroy.

3418. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 2/23.
'Khe Sanh.' 10-page article, photos by David Douglas Duncan.

3419. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 3/22.
Cover story with photo of Ho Chi Minh, a 28-page article.

3420. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 5/24.
'A Hospitable Setting for the Vietnam Peace Talks.' A 2-page article.

3421. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1968, 7/ 5.
A 22-page speical issue focusing on LBJ in the context of the Presidency.

3422. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1969, 11/14.
'Colonel Robert Rheault, Ex-Green Beret.' Cover story about the case of eight Special Forces men accused of murdering a double agent.

3423. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1969, 9/19.
'Vietnam: A Degree of Disillusion.' 10-page article with photos by Larry Burrows.

3424. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1970, 10/16.
'The Fifth Victim of Kent State.' A three-page article.

3425. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1970, 7/24.
'Draft Board's Dilemma.' Eight-page article on a draft board facing a CO request.

3426. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 11/26.
'The US Pulls Out of Vietnam.' A six-page article.

3427. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 2/26.
'Larry Burrow's Vietnam: A Great Photographer's Portfolio.' A 12-page portfolio.

3428. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 3/ 5.
'Calley Takes the Stand.' A seven-page article on Calley's trial.

3429. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 3/12.
'Tough Going in Laos.' Cover story, 12-page article.

3430. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 3/26.
'The Crossroads at Tchepone.' A three-page article with excellent aerial shot showing where Route 9 meets the Ho Chi Minh trail.

3431. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 4/ 2.
'The End of Lam Son 719.' A 13-page article.

3432. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 7/ 9.
'Confessions of 'Winter Soldiers'.' A six-page article.

3433. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1971, 9/17.
'Lessons of the Pentagon Papers.' A three-page article by Leslie Gelb.

3434. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 11/10.
'Questions for Peace.' Cover issue with POW on the cover. A 15-page article covering the issues of POWs & MIAs.

3435. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 12/ 8.
`I Don't Want To Be the Last One Shot Down.' A five-page article.

3436. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 2/ 4.
'The Air Carrier War.' A six-page article.

3437. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 5/12.
'Vietnam Retreat.' Cover issue, a six-page article.

3438. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 5/19.
'The President & Vietnam.' A five-page article.

3439. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 5/26.
'Return to Locdien.' A six-page article by Don Moser.

3440. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 6/23.
'The Beat of Life.' A one page picture depicting a bombing error (ie, Life turns against the war).

3441. PERIODICAL). LIFE MAGAZINE. 1972, 9/29.
'A POW Wife Turns Political.' Cover issue, account of a POW campaigning for McGovern.

3442. PERIODICAL). LIFE see also listing under LIFE (rather than periodicals).

3443. PERIODICAL). LONG ISLAND REVIEW OF POETRY, FICTION & CRITICISM, #2: Poetry of Vietnam Veterans.
Devoted to the work of Viet Nam Vets. Includes the essay `American Poetry from the Indochina Experience.' Not in Newman.

3444. PERIODICAL). LOOK MAGAZINE. 1966, 3/ 8.
'A Marine Comes Home From Vietnam.' A five-page article.

3445. PERIODICAL). LOOK MAGAZINE. 1966, 4/19.
'How Fair Is the Draft?' A three-page article.

3446. PERIODICAL). LOOK MAGAZINE. 1966, 5/31.
'Vietnam's Economic Lesson: Peace Can Yield Fatter Profits Than War.' A two-page article.

3447. PERIODICAL). LOOK MAGAZINE. 1966, 8/ 9.
'Vietnam: What Should We Do Now?' & 'A Secret Encounter With Ho Chi Minh.' Both articles total eight pages, the latter by Rene Defourmeaux.

3448. PERIODICAL). LOOK MAGAZINE. 1967, 11/28.
'What We Can Do To End the Agony of Vietnam.' By Robert Kennedy, a 16-page article with photos.

3449. PERIODICAL). MILITARY REVIEW. June, 1952.
`The Situation in Indochina.' Digested from an article by Major M.D. Malgonkar in the 'Military Digest (India)' October 1951.

3450. PERIODICAL). MINORITY OF ONE. February, 1967.
Contains a speech delivered at Wayne Sate U in Detroit, 'A Struggle for the Right to Be Human -- Universal Aspects of the Vietnam War' by M.S. Arnoni. The speech was also issued on a 33 1/3rpm LP record (see under Arnoni).

3451. PERIODICAL). MIRROR NORTHWEST. Vol 2. Wenatchee: Wenatchee Valley College, Summer 1971.
Includes the short story 'Two Separate Men Sharing the Same Seat on a Train' by D. Hauley, Jr., 'War Machines' (poem) by James W. Berg & 'War' (poem) by Norma Joan Shay.

3452. PERIODICAL). MIRROR NORTHWEST. Vol 3. Wenatchee: Wenatchee Valley College, 1972.
Includes short stories: 'The Excuse' by Ernesto Vargas, 'Is That You, John Wayne? Is This Me?' by Gustav Hasford & 'A Day in Camp' by Luther Pittman.

3453. PERIODICAL). MONTHLY REVIEW.
The following issues available at 3 dollars each:
1970: October
1971: February [cover scuffed].
1976: March.
1977: September SOLD.
1978: January (Articles on North Viet Nam by Kathleen Gough & Alec Gordon); October.
1979: April

3454. PERIODICAL). MONTHLY REVIEW. May 1977.

3455. PERIODICAL). MOUTH. V1, #5.: Poetry by Vietnam Veterans. Buffalo: Les Weichselbaum, October, 1972.
Edited by Steve Hassett. Cheaply produced pamphlet of poems by four vets, including Michael Casey. A fragile item. Not in Newman.

3456. PERIODICAL). NAM MAGAZINE. Vol 1, # 1.

3457. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 1/65.
`Americans in Action in Viet Nam' by Howard Sochurek.

3458. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 10/61.
'South Viet Nam Fights the Red Tide' by Peter T. White & W.E. Garrett.

3459. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 11/62.
'Helicopters Over South Vietnam' by Dickey Chapelle.

3460. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 11/89.
'Vietnam: Hard Road to Peace'. Articles on Saigon & Hanoi by Peter T. White & photos by Donald Alan Harvey, & an article on Hue by Tran Van Dinh.

3461. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 2/66.
Two articles, 'Dickey Chapelle Killed in Action' & 'Water War in Viet Nam', the latter by Chapelle.

3462. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 2/67.
'Behind the Headlines in Viet Nam' by Peter T. White & photos by Winfield Parks.

3463. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 4/68.
'Viet Nam's Montagnards' by Howard Sochurek.

3464. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 5/55.
'Passage to Freedom in Viet Nam' by Gertrude Samuels, with twenty illustrations.

3465. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 5/85.
'Vietnam Memorial: Echoes of a War;' 'To Heal a Nation' & 'Ten Year Later' by Timothy S. Kolly, Joel L. Swerdlow & W.E. Garrett.

3466. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 6/65.
'Saigon: Eye of the Storm' by Peter T. White & W.E. Garrett.

3467. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 9/64.
'Slow Train Through Viet Nam's War' by Howard Sochurek.

3468. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 9/65.
'U.S. Air Force Power for Peace.' Preface by General Curtis LeMay (who had just retired as USAF Chief of Staff) & a period piece by staffer Kenneth Weaver.

3469. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 9/68.
'Air Rescue Behind Enemy Lines' by Howard Sochurek.

3470. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. 9/81.
'Troubled Odyssey of Vietnamese Fishermen' by Harvey Arden.

3471. PERIODICAL). NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. (April 1968).
`Viet Nam's Montagnards: Caught in the Jaws of a War' by Howard Sochurek.

3472. PERIODICAL). NEW AMERICAN REVIEW # 1. NY: New American Library, 1967.
Includes the Viet Nam War-related short story `The Room' by Victor Kolpacoff. Also includes Gass, Sexton, Paley, Roszak, Gluck, Sukenick among others.

3473. PERIODICAL). NEW AMERICAN REVIEW # 1-4. NY: New American Library, 1967-68.
#1 Includes the Viet Nam War-related short story `The Room' by Victor Kolpacoff. Also includes Gass, Sexton, Paley, Roszak, Gluck, Sukenick among others. #2 has Hentoff, Doctorow, Barth, Coover, Hoagland, Grass, Hugo, Stafford, etc. #3 includes Herbst, Barthelme, Dennison, Paul West, Cassill. #4 has Coover, Banks, Richler, Ronald Steel, James Welch, etc.

3474. PERIODICAL). NEW AMERICAN REVIEW #13. NY: Touchstone, 1971.
Includes the short story 'On the Perimeter' by Robert Chatain.

3475. PERIODICAL). NEW AMERICAN REVIEW # 6. NY: New American Library, 1969.
Includes the short story 'Hunt & Destroy' by Mary Ritchie.

3476. PERIODICAL). NEW AMERICAN REVIEW # 7. NY: New American Library, 1969.
Includes the short story `Adventure of the Mantises' by Robert Chatain.

3477. PERIODICAL). NEW DIRECTIONS 44: An Anthology of Poetry & Prose. NY: New Directions, 1982.
Includes short story 'A Civil Campaign' by Julia Thacker.

3478. PERIODICAL). NEW MEXICO HUMANITIES REVIEW. Vol 10, #2, Summer 1987.
Includes 'Hotel St. Jacques' by John Deming.

3479. PERIODICAL). NEW VIRGINIA REVIEW. Vol 4, 1986.
Includes the short story 'Battleground' by Stephen Fleming.

3480. PERIODICAL). NEW YORK QUARTERLY. #4, Fall 1970.
Includes the poem 'Three Vietnam Songs' by Herbert Krohn.

3481. PERIODICAL). NEW YORK QUARTERLY REVIEW #16. 1974.
Includes Steve Hassett's fictional Viet Nam war story, `Mother's Day'.

3482. PERIODICAL). NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE. January 21, 1968.
Contains a speech by George F. Kennan, 'Rebels Without a Program' (later published in his 'Democracy & the New Left' with letters of response & his 100-page reaction).

3483. PERIODICAL). NEW YORKER. 4/22/85.
'A Reporter At Large (Vietnam, Part 1)' by Robert Shaplen.

3484. PERIODICAL). NOCTURNAL LYRIC #10. 1989.
Includes the poem 'Nightmare Triptych' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3485. PERIODICAL). NOCTURNAL LYRIC # 7. 1989.
Includes the poem 'The Weight of the Sheets' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3486. PERIODICAL). NOCTURNAL LYRIC # 9. 1989.
Includes the poem 'Priorities' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3487. PERIODICAL). NOUVEA CLARTE. 1967, $14 November-December.
'La Jeunesse Avec Le Viet Nam'. In the monthly magazine of the Communist Students of France.

3488. PERIODICAL). ORBIS. #14.
`Nam: The Vietnam Experience 1965-75.' Part of a 19 part series. Concise text with excellent photos.

3489. PERIODICAL). ORBIS. #16.
'Nam: The Vietnam Experience 1965-75.' Part of a 19 part series. Concise text with excellent photos.

3490. PERIODICAL). ORBIS. #17.
'Nam: The Vietnam Experience 1965-75.' Part of a 19 part series. Concise text with excellent photos.

3491. PERIODICAL). ORBIS. #19.
'Nam: The Vietnam Experience 1965-75.' Part of a 19 part series. Concise text with excellent photos.

3492. PERIODICAL). ORBIS. Vol XVIII, # 3. 1974.
Three articles on Viet Nam by Allan Goodman, Lawrence E. Grinter & Robert Randle.

3493. PERIODICAL). OTHER VOICES 1. Vol 1, #1, Spring 1985.
Includes the short story 'Blues/Novel Excerpt (For Dad)' by John Jacob.

3494. PERIODICAL). OTHER VOICES 6/7. Fall 1987.
Includes 'New In Country/Novel Excerpt' by John Deming.

3495. PERIODICAL). OTHER VOICES 8. Vol 2, #8, Spring 1988.
Includes 'Nam Nam Nam' by Judith Goldberg.

3496. PERIODICAL). OWEN WISTER REVIEW. 1982, Spring. Vol 5, #2.
Includes the poem 'Hiway One: for Michael J. Arlen' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3497. PERIODICAL). OWEN WISTER REVIEW. 1988, Spring.
Includes the short story 'Bad Debts' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3498. PERIODICAL). OWEN WISTER REVIEW. 1989, Fall.
Includes the poems 'Business as Usual (Ashau Valley, 1969)' & 'The Weight of the Sheets' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3499. PERIODICAL). OWEN WISTER REVIEW. 1989, Fall.
Includes the poem 'The Weight of the Sheets' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3500. PERIODICAL). OWEN WISTER REVIEW. 1989, Spring.
Includes the poem 'The Ghost' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3501. PERIODICAL). PAINTED BRIDE QUARTERLY. Vol 6, #1 & 2, 1979.
Includes poem by Marvin Lane, 'Deliverance' & two short stories by John Balaban making mention of Viet Nam, 'Afoot & Light-Hearted I Take to the Open Road' & 'Story'.

3502. PERIODICAL). PENTHOUSE. (March 1974).
The first appearance of Penthouse's column on, & for, The Vietnam Veteran with Tim O'Brien's `The Vietnam Veteran -- Prisoner of Peace.' The column was later taken over by William Corson.

3503. PERIODICAL). PENTHOUSE. Vol 11, # 2. October, 1979.
Includes the short story 'Major Little's Last Stand' by Ross Ivey.

3504. PERIODICAL). PENTHOUSE. Vol 21, # 1. September 1989.
Includes the story 'Army Blue' by Lucian K. Truscott IV.

3505. PERIODICAL). PENTHOUSE. Vol 6, # 5. January 1975.
Includes the short story 'The Vietnam Veteran: Polyorifice Enterprises' by John Grant.

3506. PERIODICAL). PENTHOUSE. Vol 7, # 2. October 1975.
Includes short story by Larry Heinemann, 'Firefight'.

3507. PERIODICAL). PERIODICALS #7/8. Seattle: Winter 1981.
Edited by Paul DeBarros & Daphne Marlatt. Includes a letter to the editor by Richard Currey with a useful roundup of fiction generated by the Viet Nam War.

3508. PERIODICAL). PLAYBOY. Vol 14, # 8. August 1967.
Includes the short story 'Anson's Last Assignment' by Tom Mayer.

3509. PERIODICAL). PLAYBOY. Vol 33, # 2. February 1986.
Includes the short story 'Fire Zone Emerald' by Lucius Shepard.

3510. PERIODICAL). PLAYBOY. Vol 37, # 1. January 1990.
Includes 'On the Rainy River' by Tim O'Brien, 'The Phantom Blooper' by Gustav Hasford, plus Tom Cruise interview discussing the film 'Born on the Fourth of July'.

3511. PERIODICAL). POETRY.
POETRY AGAINST THE WAR, famous special issue of POETRY, CXX:6, Sept 1972.

3512. PERIODICAL). POETRY AUSTRALIA. South Head Press, #39, April 1971.
Includes the poem `The Last Butterfly' by Jean Alison Hughes.

3513. PERIODICAL). POETRY NORTHWEST. Winter 1968-69 Vol 9, #4.
Includes the poem 'Viet Song' by Errol Pritchard.

3514. PERIODICAL). POETRY. Vol CXX, #6 (Sept 1972).
Special `Poetry Against the War' issue. Contributors include Richard Hugo, Brewster Ghselin, David Ignatow, William Stafford, Philip Levine, James Schuyler, Ramon Guthrie, Denise Levertov, et al.

3515. PERIODICAL). PRIMER. State Univ of NY at Albany, 1969.
Poetry collection for the college magazine; two on Viet Nam, some general war.

3516. PERIODICAL). PROSPERO'S CELL: A Quarterly. Vol 1, #2, 1966.
Includes a poem, 'Theseus in Vietnam' by Dale Nelson.

3517. PERIODICAL). PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY. Issue date not provided/unknown, presumably in 1989.
Contains a review of David Drake's 'Hammer's Slammers: Rolling Hot' published in 1989. [future war, reminiscent of the Tet Offensive, according to them].

3518. PERIODICAL). PUERTO DEL SOL. New Mexico State U, Vol 12, #2, March 1973.
Includes the poem 'Vietnamese Ladies' by Leroy Quintana.

3519. PERIODICAL). QUICK BROWN FOX # 8. May 1989 [cover typo reads 1988].
Includes the poem 'In the Abattoir' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3520. PERIODICAL). QUICK BROWN FOX # 9. 1989 (?).
Includes the poem 'Score One for Rosie' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3521. PERIODICAL). RANSOM # 3. September 1988.
Includes the poem 'R.T.O. (Ashau Valley, 1969)' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3522. PERIODICAL). RANSOM # 4. December 1988.
Includes the poem `All the Hungry Little Dogs' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3523. PERIODICAL). RANSOM # 5. April 1989.
Includes the poem 'Souvenirs' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3524. PERIODICAL). RAPPORT IV, 2/1 1973.
Includes Steve Hassett's fictional Viet Nam war story, `Armed Forces Day'.

3525. PERIODICAL). REDBOOK. No publisher info provided.
Includes `Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?', a short story by Tim O'Brien (later printed as `Night March').

3526. PERIODICAL). ROCKBOTTOM #7 & 8. Santa Barbara: Mudborn, 1978.
`First-Person Intense Anthology,' a special issue edited by Sasha Newborn, contains the earliest published form of material by Richard Currey which later became <<Crossing Over>> & then <<Fatal Light>>.

3527. PERIODICAL). ROLLING STONE. #157 (March 28, 1974).
Contains ESZTERHAS, Joe Eszterhas' `The Prisons of War'.

3528. PERIODICAL). ROLLING STONE. #164 (July 4, 1974).
Contains Jane Fonda's `A Vietnam Journal: Rebirth of a Nation'.

3529. PERIODICAL). ROLLING STONE. #318. (May 29, 1980).
GARCIA MARQUEZ, Gabriel Garcia Maruez' `The Vietnam Wars'.

3530. PERIODICAL). SAMISDAT #8. (np): Samisdat, 1974.
Collection of stories of the Viet Nam war, including excerpts from Tom Suddick's a <<A Few Good Men>>. <<Newman 506>>.

3531. PERIODICAL). SAMISDAT. Volume 17, #3. Richford: Samisdat, 1978.
see under EHRHART, <<EMPIRE>>.

3532. PERIODICAL). SATURDAY EVENING POST. 4/24/65
'We Should Negotiate a Settlement in Vietnam' by Senator Frank Church & 'The Meaning of the Dead' by Stewart Alsop.

3533. PERIODICAL). SATURDAY EVENING POST. 8/22/64
`Why Reds Keep Gaining,' a seven-page article by Stanley Karnow.

3534. PERIODICAL). SECOND COMING. Vol 17, # 3. 1989.
3 poems, by Bill Shields, issued as the broadside 'Post-Vietnam Stress Syndrome'; see under Shields.

3535. PERIODICAL). SICK ROOF: A Journal of Humorous, Pathetic, & Serious Poetry. #6, 1989.
Includes the poem 'Baptism (Ashau Valley, 1969)' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3536. PERIODICAL). SOCIALIST REVOLUTION #25. SF: Agenda Publishing, 1975.
Andre Gunder Frank, Banning Garrett & Paul Joseph, “Thirty Years of United States Imperialism in Vietnam”, Tomas Almaguer, Samuel Bowles & Herbert Gintis,

3537. PERIODICAL). STEEL SHAVINGS: Vietnam Veterans From the Calumet Region. Indian University Northwest, Vol 15.

3538. PERIODICAL). THE BOWDITCH REVIEW. Fall 1967.
A complete issue devoted to the war, with material on the International War Crimes Tribunal, the 'Christian Resistance,' the National Liberation Front, etc.

3539. PERIODICAL). THE GEORGIA REVIEW. Vol 38, #2, Summer 1984.
Includes the short story 'Nam' by Robley Wilson Jr.

3540. PERIODICAL). THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION. Vol 45, # 1, July 1973.
Includes the short story 'Come Dance With Me on My Pony's Grave' by C.L. Grant.

3541. PERIODICAL). THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. MAGAZINE. Vol 2, # 2. September 1966.
Includes short story 'Murder in Saigon' by Tom H. Moriarity.

3542. PERIODICAL). THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. MAGAZINE. Vol 2, # 5. December 1966.
Includes short story 'The Saigon Charade' by Tom H. Moriarity.

3543. PERIODICAL). THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. MAGAZINE. Vol 4, # 2. September 1967.
Includes short story 'Condition Red in Saigon' by Tom H. Moriarity.

3544. PERIODICAL). THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW. Vol 10, #2. Spring 1969.
Includes the short story 'The Cave is Full of soldiers' by John J. Clayton.

3545. PERIODICAL). THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW. Vol 8, #3. Summer 1967.
Includes the anti-war poem 'To A Woman Whose Fiance was Killed at War' by Herbert Scott.

3546. PERIODICAL). THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW. Vol 8, #4. Autumn 1967.
Includes David Madden's review 'The Theatre of Assault: Four Off-Off Broadway Plays,' including review of 'MacBird!' by Barbara Garson.

3547. PERIODICAL). THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW. Vol 9, #2. Spring 1968.
Includes `A Miracle Down in the Second Platoon' by Robert Bense (short story about an Army platoon stateside during the war) & `Letter From a C.O. in the Army' (letter to the editor, the author is on a hunger strike in opposition to the draft, `this thing isn't just Viet Nam or the army alone, but the idea of force over others').

3548. PERIODICAL). THE NORTH STONE REVIEW #5 & 6. Fall-Winter 1974-75.
Includes poems, 'War Surplus' by Louis Jenkins & 'Radio Sermon' by H.R. Hays.

3549. PERIODICAL). THE REDNECK REVIEW OF LITERATURE #16. Spring 1989.
Includes the poem 'WYO VIET RAP GROUP' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3550. PERIODICAL). THE WIRE HARP 1989. Spokane: Spokane Falls Community College, 1989.
Includes poems: 'Cold Steel Rain' by Brad LaRue, 'Forward Movement' by Teresa Keyes, 'Monument' by Mike Pringle, 'How Did I Know' by Craig W. Williams & 'A Sniper's Bullet' by Robert Buchheit.

3551. PERIODICAL). THIRTEEN BEAN SOUP. July 13, 1989.
Includes the poems 'Souvenirs,' 'Specialist Fletcher' & 'The Weight of the Sheets' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3552. PERIODICAL). THIRTEEN BEAN SOUP. October 13, 1989.
Includes the poem 'Radio Hanoi' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3553. PERIODICAL). TIME MAGAZINE. 1966, 1/ 7.
Cover issue with General Westmoreland, with 6-page article.

3554. PERIODICAL). TIME MAGAZINE. Bound volumes.
Bound volume, each complete covering 3 month periods. Dating 1962, 1963, 1970. 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975

3555. PERIODICAL). TRA: Toward Revolutionary Art. SF: Volume 1, #3, 1972.
Includes the poem 'Many Vietnams' by Steve Kowit & also, 'TRA Comment on 'Many Vietnams'.

3556. PERIODICAL). TRAMP. #6, August 1989.
Includes a review, by Jon Forrest Glade, `Nam: Selected Poems of Bill Shields'.

3557. PERIODICAL). TRICONTINENTAL -- NORTH AMERICAN EDITION. SF: Peoples Press (c.1967).
Early left wing activist press. Two articles on Viet Nam.

3558. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 16. Fall, 1959.
Includes Robert Chatain's `Notes on the Present Configuration of the Red-Blue Conflict'.

3559. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 31: Contemporary Asian Literature. Fall, 1974.
Includes 11 prison poems by Ho Chi Minh, excerpt from 'Blood Brothers' by Pham Van Ky & the play 'The Legend of Waiting Mountain' by Nguyen Y Mo.

3560. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 40. Fall, 1977.
Includes Sean Connolly's 'Dispatches From a Pornographic City'.

3561. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 40: Ongoing American Fiction. Fall 1977.
Contains `Dispatches from a Pornographic City,' a story about the war, by Sean Connolly.

3562. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 45: WAR STORIES. Spring 1979.
Stories about Viet Nam & Laos, by Asa Baber, W.D. Ehrhart & Heinemann's `The First Clean Fact' (basis of his National Book Award-winning `Paco's Story'). <<Newman 547,551>>.

3563. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 55. Fall, 1982.
Includes Paul West's story 'He Who Wears the Pee of the Tiger' & a poem, 'Song of Napalm' by Bruce Weigl.

3564. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 56. Winter 1983.
Includes the stories 'Veterans' by Evan Margetson, 'At War' by Michael Wilkerson, & the poem 'Ambush' by John Morgan.

3565. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 60. Spring/Summer 1984.
Subtitled 'Chicago', a special issue edited by Reginald Gibbons. Includes 'Blues' by John Jacob & 'Gallagher's Old Man' by Larry Heinemann.

3566. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 64. Fall, 1985.
Includes Michael Casey's 'Promissory Estoppel'.

3567. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 65: The Writer in Our World; A Symposium. Winter 1986.
Includes Bruce Weigl, Ward Just, Gloria Emerson, Robert Stone.

3568. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 66. Spring/Summer 1986.
Includes a review, by Reginald Gibbons, of `Children in Exile' by James Fenton, `The Monkey Wars' by Bruce Weigl & `Station Island' by Seamus Heaney.

3569. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY 67. Fall, 1986.
Includes a poem, 'The Food Pickers of Saigon' by Walter McDonald.

3570. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY : (AUDIO) WRITER IN OUR WORLD.
TriQuarterly symposium, 2 cassette tapes w/highlights.

3571. PERIODICAL). TRIQUARTERLY : WRITER IN OUR WORLD.
TriQuarterly symposium. STONE, Robert, Ward Just, Gloria Emerson, Grace Paley.

3572. PERIODICAL). TULANE DRAMA REVIEW. (Fall 1966).
First appearance of Megan Terry's <<Viet Rock>>. (See also listing under Terry).

3573. PERIODICAL). TV GUIDE. 1966, 10/ 1-10/ 7.
Contains a 6-page article, `TV War: Is TV Giving Us The Picture?' by Neil Hickey. The first of four parts.

3574. PERIODICAL). UNICORN JOURNAL. Santa Barbara: Unicorn, 1969.
A biannual publication edited by Teo Savory. Includes 'The Return Path of Thoughts,' by Vo-Dinh, & 12 poems,' by Vo Van Ai.

3575. PERIODICAL). UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND REVIEW. Vol 38, # 2, Fall 1986.
Includes short story 'Old Doings' by John Shaw. A man chances into a former Viet Cong spy after the war, in the US, & they talk about their war experiences.

3576. PERIODICAL). UNMUZZLED OX. Vol 4, #1, 1976.
`Self-Immolation: A Conversation Between Daniel Berrigan & Nhat Hanh,' a tape-transcript.

3577. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #10: VIETNAMESE WOMEN. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies (1966).

3578. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #11: The Failure of `Special War,' 1961-65. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1967.

3579. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #12: Vietnam, Fundamental Problems. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1966).

3580. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #12: Vietnam, Fundamental Problems. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1966).

3581. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #13: Agricultural Problems (Vol 2). Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1967.

3582. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #14: LITERATURE & NATIONAL LIBERATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1967.

3583. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #15: Mountain Regions & National Minorities in the D.R. of Vietnam. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies, 1968.

3584. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #17: South Vietnam 1968; The Democratic Republic of Vietnam at War. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1966).

3585. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #18/19: South Vietnam; Realities & Prospects. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1968.

3586. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #20: American Failure. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1968).

3587. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #21: Traditional Viet-Nam: Some Historical Stages. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1969.

3588. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #24: A Century of National Struggle (1847-1945). Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies, 1970.

3589. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #26: Glimpses of US Neo-Colonialism in Southeast Asia, Vol I. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, (?).
How US neo-colonialism operates. The first of three volumes in this series (the others are #31 & 35).

3590. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #27: Agricultural Problems (3); Some Technical Problems. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1971.

3591. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #28: VIET NAM, LAOS, CAMBODIA, 1969-1970. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies, 1970.

3592. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #30: GENERAL EDUCATION IN THE D.R.V.N. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1971.

3593. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #30: General Education in the D.R.V.N. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House (1971).

3594. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #31: Glimpses of US Neo-Colonialism in Southeast Asia, Vol II. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, (?).
How US neo-colonialism operates. The second of three volumes in this series (the others are #26 & 35).

3595. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #32: Ethnographical Data (Vol 1). Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1972.

3596. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #33: INDOCHINA 1971-1972. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies, 1972.

3597. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #34: Rural Health Work & Disease Prevention. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House (1972).

3598. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #35: GLIMPSES OF U.S. NEO-COLONIALISM (III): U.S. Neo-Colonialism in Southeast Asia. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1972.

3599. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #35: Glimpses of US Neo-Colonialism in Southeast Asia, Vol III. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1972.
How US neo-colonialism operates. The second of three volumes in this series (the others are #26 & 31).

3600. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #37: Hue Past & Present. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, (date not given by the source).
Short history of Hue, then focuses on Binh-Tri-Thien Front during the first Indochina War, & then the Tet offensive.

3601. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #37: HUE, PAST & PRESENT. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1973.

3602. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #38: Agricultural Problems (Vol 4): Agronomical Data. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1973.

3603. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #39: INDOCHINA: The 1972-73 Turning Point. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1974.

3604. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #42: GLIMPSES OF U.S. NEO-COLONIALISM (IV): U.S. Neo-Colonialism in South Viet Nam, the `Vietnamization' of the War. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1975.

3605. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #47: GLIMPSES OF U.S. NEO-COLONIALISM (V): Collapse of the Neo-Colonialist Regimes in Indochina. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, 1977.

3606. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #53: CATHOLICS & THE NATIONAL MOVEMENT. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1979.

3607. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #60: SCIENTIFIC & TECHNICAL PROBLEMS (1). Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1980.

3608. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #68: MEDICO-SANITARY WORK IN A VILLAGE. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1982.

3609. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #69: AMERICAN NEO-COLONIALISM IN SOUTH VIETNAM (1954-1975: Socio-Cultural Aspects. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies, ca. 1982.

3610. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES # 7: Pages of History 1945-1954. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1965).

3611. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES #70: NGUYEN KHAC VIEN, MISCELLANY. Hanoi: Vietnam Studies (1983).

3612. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES # 8: South Vietnam 1954-1965, Articles & Documents. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1966).

3613. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES # 8: SOUTH VIETNAM 1954-1965: (Articles & Documents). Hanoi: Vietnam Studies (1966).

3614. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES # 9: With the Fighters of Quangbinh-Vinhlinh. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1966).

3615. PERIODICAL). VIETNAMESE STUDIES: Medicine Facing the Trial of War. Hanoi: Vietnamese Studies (1967.

3616. PERIODICAL). VIRGINIA QUARTERLY REVIEW. Vol 51, # 4, Autumn, 1975.
Includes the short story 'Dietz at War' by Ward Just.

3617. PERIODICAL). WESTERN HUMANITIES REVIEW. Vol 41, # 3, Autumn 1987.
Includes the novella 'Under the World' by Gordon Weaver.

3618. PERIODICAL). WIDE ANGLE: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, & Practice. Vol 7, #4, 1985.
Special issue, 'Viet Nam & the Media'.

3619. PERIODICAL). WITNESS. Farmington Hills: Vol 2, #1, Spring 1988.
Includes Bruce Carter's 'The Vietnam Series' -- 20 woodcuts with commentary by the artist, including the cover art.

3620. PERIODICAL). WITNESS. Vol 2, #2/3. Summer/Fall 1988.
Includes the story 'In-Country' by Richard Currey (from 'Fatal Light'), 'Writing Home' & 'Point of View,' two poems by Terry Adams, 'The Vietnam War -- Tet' by David Caute (from 'The Year of the Barricades') & many other works including discussions of & reference to Vietnam.

3621. PERIODICAL). WITNESS. Vol 3, #1 Spring 1989.
Includes the short stories 'Duty,' by Kevin McIlvoy, 'The Sixth Man,' by Michael Stephens & 'Green Tiles, Open Door' by Kate McCorkle.

3622. PERIODICAL). WORKS IN PROGRESS: Number 5. NY: Literary Guild of America, 1972.
Includes 'Coming Home' by George Davis, an African American author.

3623. PERIODICAL). WORKS IN PROGRESS: Number 7. NY: Literary Guild of America, 1972.
Includes the poem 'Debridement' by Michael S. Harper.

3624. PERIODICAL). WORLD MARXIST REVIEW. Vol 9, # 6. June 1966.
Includes `Notes From Hanoi' a six-page article by Ib Norlund & `Bases For US Aggression,' a two-page article by Jan Prazsky

3625. PERIODICAL). Z MISCELLANEOUS. Vol 2, #6. November 1988.
Includes the poem 'Photographs in the Jungle' by Jon Forrest Glade.

3626. PERIODICAL). BUFORD, Bill (ed.) GRANTA #50: Fifty. NY: Granta (1995).
“A paperback magazine of new writing.” Includes pieces on Vietnam: “The Boat People” by Phillip Gourevitch, Tran Vu’s “The Coral Reef”, Paul Eggers “Saviours,” “Savage Winds” by Bao Ninh, & photo section, “Hanoi, 1994” by Ed Grazda. Plus Redmond O’Hanlon, Julian Barnes, William Boyd, Richard Ford, Romesh Gunesekera, Norman Lewis, Germaine Greer, Timothy Garton Ash.

3627. PERIODICAL). HAMMER, Joshua. `UNFINISHED BUSINESS' in the Washington Post Magazine 1987.

3628. PERIODICAL). HOWE, Irving (ed.) DISSENT. 1966, March-April.
`Vietnam & 'The Great Society''. Contains three Viet Nam-related articles by A. Philip Randolph, Jack Rader & Irving Howe.

3629. PERIODICAL). KLEINEN, John, et al. MONTHLY REVIEW. NY: Monthly Review, 1982.
Independent socialist magazine. Includes the 20-page article “Roots of the Sino-Vietnamese Conflict” by John Kleinen. Originally co-authored with Jean-Philippe Beja & published in the Dutch journal <<de Gids>>. An elaborated version in French was presented at a seminar at the Hague in 1980. This shortened version & conclusions were revised by Kleinen, a lecturer in Southeast Asian Studies at the Anthropological-Sociological Center of Amersterdam University.

3630. PERKINS, Jill. FRAGMENTS OF WAR: Asian Christan Service at Work in Vietnam & Laos.

3631. PERLO, Victor. VIETNAM PROFITEERS. (NY): New Outlook) (1966).
Perlo was an important Communist Party figure.

3632. PERLO, Victor & Kumar Goshal. BITTER END IN S.E. ASIA. NY: Marzani & Munsell, 1964.
Early criticism of US policy failures in SE Asia. Perlo was an important Communist Party figure.

3633. PERLO, Victor & Kumar Goshal. BITTER END IN S.E. ASIA. NY: Marzani & Munsell, 1964.
Early criticism of US policy failures in SE Asia. Perlo was an important Communist Party figure.

3634. PETERS, Daniel. BORDER CROSSINGS. NY: Harper & Row (1978).
1st novel, about draft-dodger in 1970.

3635. PETERS, Ralph. BRAVO ROMEO. NY: Richard Marek (1981).
A post-Viet Nam war spy novel, the protagonist is a spy as well as Viet Nam vet.

3636. PETERS, Stephen. THE PARK IS MINE. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981.
Viet Nam vet takes over Central Park.

3637. PETERSEN, Peter B. AGAINST THE TIDE: An Argument in Favor of the American Soldier. New Rochelle: Arlington House (1974).
From a right-wing publishing house, by a Lieutenant Colonel who commanded two combat units in Viet Nam.

3638. PETERSON, Michael. A TIME OF WAR. NY: Pocket (1990).
Sweeping novel of the months before the Tet offensive, at home & in Viet Nam. High praise by Ralph Peters, Martin Cruz Smith, Jack Higgins, Clive Cussler & others.

3639. PETERSON, Michael. A TIME OF WAR. NY: Pocket, 1989.
Novel of the period just prior to the Tet offensive, about a special ambassador to Viet Nam.

3640. PETERSON, Michael. A TIME OF WAR. NY: Pocket (1991).
Sweeping novel of the months before the Tet offensive, at home & in Viet Nam. High praise by Ralph Peters, Martin Cruz Smith, Jack Higgins, Clive Cussler & others.

3641. PETERSON, Michael. BITTER PEACE. NY: Pocket (1995).
A novel of the Vietnam War aftermath, by the author of <<A Time of War>>, which was highly praised by Ralph Peters, Martin Cruz Smith, Jack Higgins, Clive Cussler & others.

3642. PETERSON, Michael. THE IMMORTAL DRAGON. NY: New American Library/Signet, 1983.

3643. PETERSON, Robert (ed). VIETNAM BLUES. (San Francisco: Bindweed Press, no date.)

3644. PETRAKIS, Harry Mark. IN THE LAND OF MORNING. NY: McKay (1973).
Novel of just-returned vet whose experiences give him a new perspective on his family.

3645. PETTIT, Clyde Edwin. THE EXPERTS.

3646. PFARRER, Donald. NEVERLIGHT. NY: Seaview (1982).
Novel of Navy officer in Viet Nam, & his wife who is against the war. <<Newman 236>>.

3647. PFEFFER, Richard M. NO MORE VIETNAMS? The War & the Future of American Foreign Policy. NY: Harper & Row (1968).
Collection published for the Adlai Stevenson Institute of International Affairs. Contributors include Ahmad, Draper, Ellsberg, Fairbank, Fitzgerald, Kahin, Kissinger, & Yarmolinksy, among others.

3648. PHAM Cao Duong. VIETNAMESE PEASANTS UNDER FRENCH DOMINATION 1861-1945. NY: University Press of America, 1985.

3649. PHAM Duy. MUSIC OF VIETNAM. Carbondale: U of Illinois (1975).

3650. PHAM, Huan. NHUNG UAT HAN TRONG TRANCHIEN MAT NUOC 1975. San Jose: Pham Huan (1988).
Text in Vietnamese.

3651. PHAM Van Dong. HO CHI MINH: A Man, A Nation, An Age & A Cause. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1990.

3652. PHAM Van Ky. BLOOD BROTHERS. New Haven: Yale Center International & Area Studies.
A novel originally published in France in 1947.

3653. PHILASTRE, P.L.F. LE CODE ANNAMITE. Taipei: Ch'eng-Wen, 1967.

3654. PHILBURN, Dennis K. FREEDOM BIRD. TOR 1987.

3655. PHILLIPS, Jayne Anne. MACHINE DREAMS. NY: Dutton (1984).
The author's first novel, about a West Virginia family over the years, including the effect of the Viet Nam War.

3656. PHILLIPS, Jayne Anne. MACHINE DREAMS. London: Faber, 1984.

3657. PHOTO). HUMPHREY, Hubert H. VICE-PRESIDENT VISITS VIETNAM -- 1966.

3658. PHOTOGRAPHS). ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS OF A BOMBED VIETNAMESE VILLAGE.
3 photos of Nam Ngan hamlet, Dong Son district, Thanh Hoa province, showing effects of B-52 bombing in the early morning hours of April 26, 1972. The devastation is extensive. In the foreground a group of men in helmets oversee the damage. The photos are mounted together to form a panoramic view, the whole measuring about 5 3/4 x 26-in. This set was given to a member of a US antiwar delegation to N. Viet Nam in the early 70s, presumably for publicity purposes enlisting further antiwar support. Unique.

3659. PHOTOGRAPHS). SNAPSHOT ALBUM FROM THE FRENCH INDOCHINA WAR.
72 original photos from late 1940s, about 2 1/2 x 3 1/2. More than half of military subjects directly/indirectly. Many show ruins or destruction from fighting, including grisly decomposing corpse. Also French & Vietnamese soldiers on patrol, with minor fighting in the background. Unique collection from time when the war with the French was new & unusual. Photos are laid into a small notebook, 5-in x 8 1/2-in, generally two to a page.

3660. PICK, Michael Robert. CHILDHOOD, NAMHOOD, MANHOOD: The Writings of Michael Robert Pick, a Vietnam Veteran. (San Gabriel): (Blacksmith Books) (1982).
Collection of poems recounting & reflecting on the author's experience in Viet Nam & after. An uncommon title.

3661. PICKERELL, James. VIETNAM IN THE MUD.

3662. PIERCE, Bob w/Nguyen Van Duc & Larry Ward. BIG DAY AT DA ME. Waco: Word Books (1968).
Pierce was head of the Christian relief agency World Vision.

3663. PIKE, Douglas. PAVN: People's Army of Vietnam. (Novato): Presidio (1986).

3664. PIKE, Douglas. VIET CONG: The Organization & Techniques of the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam. Cambridge: MIT (1966).
A Classic, definitive work.

3665. PIKE, Douglas. WAR, PEACE, & THE VIET CONG. Cambridge: MIT (1969).
Motivations & goals of participants analyzed by a US Foreign Service Officer in Saigon.

3666. PILGER, John. THE LAST DAY: America's Final Hours in Vietnam. NY: Vintage (1976).

3667. PIN Yathay. STAY ALIVE, MY SON.

3668. PISOR, Robert. THE END OF THE LINE: The Seige of Khe Sanh. NY: Norton (1982).

3669. PITA RODRIGUEZ, Felix. VIETNAM: Notas de un Diario. Habana: Contemporaneos, 1968.
Cuban poet's trip to Viet Nam during the War.

3670. PLUMB, Charlie. THE LAST DOMINO? A POW Looks Ahead. (Independence): Independence Press (1975).
Postwar reflections on the implications of the US loss in Vietnam by a former POW & the author of `I'm No Hero', an account of his imprisonment. Scarce.

3671. PLUMB, Charlie, as told to Glen DeWerff. I'M NO HERO: A POW Story. (Independence): Independence Press (1973).
Memoir by a pilot shot down over North Viet Nam in 1967 & his six years imprisonment.

3672. PLUMB, Charlie, as told to Glen DeWerff. I'M NO HERO: A POW Story. (Independence): Independence Press (1987).
Memoir by a pilot shot down over North Viet Nam in 1967 & his six years imprisonment.

3673. PODHORETZ, Norman. WHY WE WERE IN VIETNAM. NY: Simon & Schuster (1982).
Usual liberal Cold War take on the Vietnam conflict, seeing US involvement as reckless, but morally & politically idealist in saving Vietnam from communist totalitarianism as opposed to all the US/CIA puppet regimes.

3674. PODHORETZ, Norman. WHY WE WERE IN VIETNAM. NY: Touchstone (1983).
Usual liberal Cold War take on the Vietnam conflict, seeing US involvement as reckless, but morally & politically idealist in saving Vietnam from communist totalitarianism as opposed to all the US/CIA puppet regimes.

3675. POHL, Frederick & Elizabeth Anne Hull (eds). TALES FROM THE PLANET EARTH. NY: St. Martin's, 1987.
Includes science fiction short story 'From Thailand: Fiddling for Water Buffaloes' by Somtow Sucharitkul.

3676. POHLMAN, Stephen K. (ed). VIETNAM II: 3RD BRIGADE, 82ND AIRBORNE, JAN 1969 TO DEC 1969.

3677. POLITICAL CONSULTATIVE CONFERENCE ON NATIONAL REUNIFICATION. THE REUNIFICAITON OF VIETNAM: (Documents of the Political Consultative Conference on National Reunification). Hanoi: Foreign Languages Puvlishing House, 1975.

3678. POLK, Alvin L. FRAGGED. NY: Zebra, 1989.

3679. POLLARD, Rhys. THE CREAM MACHINE. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1972.

3680. POLLOCK, Capt. Lawrence, M.C. XIN LOI (SORRY ABOUT THAT) DOC!.

3681. POLLOCK, J. C. CENTRIFUGE. NY: Crown (1984).
A vet is a main character, with a plot turning on events in Viet Nam just before fall of Saigon. Pollock is a member of the Special Forces Association & a contributing journalist to the “National Vietnam Veterans Review”.<<Not in Newman>>.

3682. POLLOCK, J. C. CENTRIFUGE. NY: Crown (1984).
A vet is a main character, with a plot turning on events in Viet Nam just before fall of Saigon. Pollock is a member of the Special Forces Association & a contributing journalist to the “National Vietnam Veterans Review”.<<Not in Newman>>.

3683. POLLOCK, J.C. MISSION M.I.A. NY: Crown (1982).
Novel of an attempt to rescue Vietnam POWs. <<Not in Newman>>.

3684. POLLOCK, J.C. MISSION M.I.A. NY: Crown (1982).
Novel of an attempt to rescue Vietnam POWs. <<Not in Newman>>.

3685. POLLOCK, J.C. MISSION MIA. NY: Crown (1982).
Novel of an attempt to rescue Vietnam POWs. Not in Newman.

3686. POLNER, Murray. NO VICTORY PARADES: The Return of the Vietnam Veteran. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1971).
Study of returning vets with many personal accounts.

3687. POLNER, Murray (ed). WHEN CAN I COME HOME? A Debate On Amnesty for Exiles, Anti-War Prisoners & Others. Garden City: Doubleday, 1972.
Thoughtful book on sticky issues, with pieces by Gaylin, Lifton, Reston, Jr., Rusher, Steinfels, Swomley, et al. Uncommon.

3688. POMEROY, William J. (ed). GUERRILLA & COUNTER-GUERRILLA WARFARE: Liberation & Suppresion in the Present Period. NY: International (1964).
Theory, history & aims -- including the efforts of US Special Forces in Vietnam.

3689. POMEROY, William J. (ed). GUERRILLA WARFARE & MARXISM. NY: International, 1968.
Writings by Marx, Engels, Lenin, Connolly, Lister, Tito, Mao, Ho Chi Minh, Giap, Guevara, Castro, Debray, Cabral & Nkrumah.

3690. PONCHARD, Francois. CAMBODIA: Year Zero. NY: HRW (1977).
Ponchard served in Cambodia as a member of the Society of Foreign Missions. Important book on Khmer Rouge.

3691. POOLE, Frederick King. WHERE DRAGONS DWELL. NY: Harpers (1971).

3692. POOLE, Peter. A. CAMBODIA'S QUEST FOR SURVIVAL. NY: American-Asian Educational Exchange, 1969.

3693. POPKIN, Samuel L. THE RATIONAL PEASANT: The Political Economy of Rural Society in Vietnam. Berkeley: U of Cal, 1979.

3694. PORTER. A PEACE DENIED: US, Vietnam Paris Agreement.

3695. PORTER. VIETNAM: Definitive Documentation Human Decisions. 2 vols.

3696. PORTER, Gareth. A PEACE DENIED: The United States, Vietnam, & the Paris Agreement. Bloomington, In: Indiana University Press, 1975.

3697. PORTER, Gareth. VIETNAM: A History in Documents.

3698. PORTER, John B. IF I MAKE MY BED IN HELL. Waco: Word Books (1969).
Novel by a twice-decorated paratrooper chaplin with the 173rd Airborne. <<Newman 74>>.

3699. PORTER, John B. IF I MAKE MY BED IN HELL.
Novel by a twice-decorated paratrooper chaplin with the 173rd Airborne. <<Newman 74>>.

3700. PORTER, William R. & Thomas M. Fairfull. THE HISTORY OF THE 3RD BRIGADE, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION, FEB 1968 TO MARCH 1969.

3701. PORTISCH, Hugo. EYEWITNESS IN VIETNAM. London: The Bodley Head (1967).

3702. POSTCARDS). SAIGON: Types et Scenes Locales. Saigon: Edition Photo Nadal (nd) [ca. 1930s].

3703. POSTER). NEW MOBILIZATION WEST. Nov 15th.
Poster designed by noted artist Wes Wilson announcing a march in San Francisco. Printed in red, orange & blue on white card stock. Prints a quote from the bible, with illustration of George Washington & a Nazi soldier. A scarce, non-music example of Wilson's work.

3704. POTTER, Jerry Allen. A TALENT FOR DYING. NY: Fawcett Popular Library, 1980.

3705. POTTS, Ron. BLACK MOON. NY: Popular Library, 1987.

3706. POURNELLE, Jerry. RED HEROIN. NY: Charter, 1985.
Copyright 1969, probable later printing.

3707. POURNELLE, Jerry. THERE WILL BE WAR, Vol II: Men of War. NY: Tor, 1984.

3708. POURNELLE, Jerry. THERE WILL BE WAR, Vol III: Blood & Iron. NY: Tor, 1984.

3709. POW/MIA INTERNATIONAL. HANOI: RELEASE THE PRISONERS. Tustin, Ca: POW/MIA International, ca. early-1970's.

3710. POWELL, Devereux. VIETNAM PRIMER: Political Background of the War in Vietnam. Cincinnati: Service Center (1967).

3711. POWERS, Charles. A MATTER OF HONOR. NY: First East Coast Theater & Publishing Co. (1982).

3712. POWERS, Thomas. THE WAR AT HOME. NY: Grossman (1973).
History of the anti-war movement, with many personal accounts.

3713. POWERS, Thomas. THE WAR AT HOME: Vietnam and the American People, 1964-1968. Boston: G.K. Hall (1984).
A chronicle of the ‘60s antiwar movement & how ordinary people, without privilege of power or authority, forced the US government to withdraw from the Vietnam War.

3714. POWY, James & Lee Bergman. A HERO'S WELCOME.

3715. POYNER, James R. TOWERS TO THE SKY. Pompano Ceach: Exposition (1987).

3716. PRADOS, John. THE SKY WOULD FALL. NY: Dial (1983).
Recounts contingency plan to aid the French when losing at Dien Bien Phu--a plan setting the stage for later US troop involvements.

3717. PRADOS, John & Ray W. Stubbe. VALLEY OF DECISION: The Siege of Khe Sanh. Boston: Houghton MIfflin, 1991.
Stubbe was a Chaplain at Khe Sanh. He produced a manuscript, based on his dairy, oral histories & Marine files. Prados teamed up with Stubbe to give Khe Sanh its larger operational & strategic context, based on classified documents & Westmoreland's phone logs.

3718. PRADOS, John & Ray W. Stubbe. VALLEY OF DECISION: The Siege of Khe Sanh. NY: Dell, 1993.
Stubbe was a Chaplain at Khe Sanh. He produced a manuscript, based on his dairy, oral histories & Marine files. Prados teamed up with Stubbe to give Khe Sanh its larger operational & strategic context, based on classified documents & Westmoreland's phone logs.

3719. PRAGER, Emily. A VISIT FROM THE FOOTBINDER. NY: Wyndham (1982).
Humorous short stories, one concerning a women's combat unit in Viet Nam. See reference in <<Newman 584>>.

3720. PRASHKER, Ivan. DUTY, HONOR, VIETNAM: Twelve Men of West Point Tell Their Stories. NY: Arbor House, 1988.

3721. PRATT, Don & Lee Blair. SALMAGUNDI VIETNAM. Rutland: Charles Tuttle (1970).
200 anecdotes & tidbits about the war, published simultaneously in 6 countries.

3722. PRATT, John Clark. LAOTIAN FRAGMENTS. NY: Viking (1974).
Pratt's first book, a novel in the form of `fragments'--diary excerpts, flight orders, etc., from the papers of a flyer over Laos. A novel so authentic that, reportedly, the Pentagon believed the `documents' were stolen from its files. Pratt was a pilot in Viet Nam in the early '60s. Newman142.

3723. PRATT, John Clark. VIETNAM VOICES: Perspectives on the War Years, 1941-1982. NY: Penguin (1984).
Presents a collage of factual & fictional perspectives, arranged chronologically to introduce a reader to a search for understanding the war. <<Newman 747>>.

3724. PRATT, John Clark, see also under TIMOTHY LOMPERIS.
Pratt did the bibliographic commentary for Lomperis' 'Reading the Wind'.

3725. PRESS & INFORMATION DEPT HANOI. U.S. 'SPECIAL WAR' IN SOUTH VIETNAM. 1964.

3726. PRICE, Reynolds. NEW MUSIC: A Trilogy. NY: Theatre Communications Group, 1990.
Three interrelated plays by this acclaimed novelist follow a North Carolina family from pre-WWII days through the Viet Nam War: “August Snow,” “Night Dance” & “Better Days”.

3727. PRINT. AMERICAN SOLDIER, 1965.

3728. PRINT. VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL.

3729. PRIZE STORIES. PRIZE STORIES 1978--THE O. HENRY AWARDS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977.

3730. PRIZE STORIES. PRIZE STORIES 1982--THE O. HENRY AWARDS. Garden City: Doubleday, 1982.

3731. PRIZE STORIES. PRIZE STORIES OF THE SEVENTIES FROM O. HENRY AWARDS. Garden City: Doubleday, 1981.

3732. PROFFITT, Nicolas. EMBASSY HOUSE. NY: Bantam (1986).
Novel about CIA & the Phoenix operation. <<Newman 371>>.

3733. PROFFITT, Nicolas. GARDENS OF STONE. NY: Carroll & Graf (1983).
Author's first book, about the war, by a correspondent who was there. <<Newman 262>>.

3734. PROJECT AIR WAR & THE INDOCHINA RESOURCE CENTER. AIR WAR: The Third Indochina War.

3735. PROUD, Franklin. GOLDEN TRIANGLE. NY: St Martins (1976). ???NEW CATALOGUE SAYS 1977
Spy thriller, drugs in the Golden Triangle. Not in Newman.

3736. PROUD, Franklin & Alfred Eberhardt. TIGER IN THE MOUNTAINS. NY: St. Martin's (1976).

3737. PRUDEN, Wesley, Jr. VIETNAM: THE WAR; A Report in Depth on Southeast Asia. Silver Spring: The National Observer (1965).
An early report published by a publishing company owned by Dow Jones, an attempt to provide background to the growing conflict, mixed with Pruden's photographs (along with others) & some of his experiences in South Viet Nam.

3738. PRUETT, Duane (ed). VIETNAM MOBILE CONSTRUCTION BATTALION 9, DANANG EAST 1965-1966.

3739. PRUITT, James N. STRIKER ONE DOWN.

3740. PUCKETT, David H. MEMORIES.

3741. PUECHNER, Ray. LSD & SEX & CENSORSHIP & VIETNAM COOKBOOK. (Jacksonville): (Harris-Wolfe) (1968).
Short humorous pieces, some pertinent to Viet Nam.

3742. PULLER, Lewis B., Jr. FORTUNATE SON: The Healing of a Vietnam Vet. NY: Grove Weidendfeld, 1991.
Pulitzer Prize winning biography in 1992, by the son of WWII Marine Corps general & hero ‘Chesty' Puller. The story of dealing with this heritage & his own loss of both legs & most of his left hand in Vietnam. The author killed himself, January 30, 1998, 6:13:42.

3743. PURDY, James. IN A SHALLOW GRAVE. NY: Arbor House, 1976.
Novel of a disfigured vet returning to his farm on a hurricane battered Virginia coast.

3744. PURDY, James. IN A SHALLOW GRAVE. London: W.H. Allen, 1978.
Novel of a disfigured vet returning to his farm on a hurricane battered Virginia coast.

3745. PUSEY, Merlo J. THE WAY WE GO TO WAR. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969.
Examines presidential commitment to war without Congressional sanction, including Johnson in Viet Nam.

3746. QUADE, Quentin L. THE US WARS & WARS OF NATIONAL LIBERATION: Report on a Seminar. NY: Council on Religion & International Affiars, 1966.
Based on a seminar at The Abbey, Fontana, Wis. Nov 4-7, 1965.

3747. QUAMMEN, David. ZOLTA CONFIGURATION. Doubleday 1983.
A Special Forces vet is lead back to his days in Viet Nam as he pursues nuclear weapons.

3748. QUANG Loi. SOUTH OF THE 17TH PARALLEL. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1959.

3749. QUINN, Adrian. OPERATION POONTANG. Atlanta: Pendulum, 1969.
Pornography. Involves a US Army intelligence division in Saigon.

3750. RABE, David. BASIC TRAINING OF PAVLO HUMMEL/STICKS & STONES. NY: Viking (1973).
Two plays by the indisputable playwright of the Viet Nam war. <<Newman 701>>.

3751. RABE, David. CASUALTIES OF WAR. LA: Paramount, 1987.
A highly praised film by the indisputable playwright of the Viet Nam war, based on Daniel Lang's book.

3752. RABE, David. STREAMERS. NY: Knopf, 1977.

3753. RABE, David. STREAMERS. NY: French (1977).

3754. RACE, Jeffrey. WAR COMES TO LONG AN: Revolutionary Conflict in a Vietnamese Province. Berkeley: U of California, 1972.

3755. RADICAL EDUCATION PROJECT. COPS ARE HIRED TO ENFORCE THE LAWS. Detroit: Radical Education Project, ca.1965
Anti-Vietnam, pub. by the Radical Education Project & printed by the People's Press in San Francisco.

3756. RADVANYI, Janos. DELUSION & REALITY.

3757. RAFFEL, Burton (ed). FROM THE VIETNAMESE: Ten Centuries of Poetry. NY: October House, 1968.

3758. RAINES, Jeff. THE BIG ISLAND. NY: Morrow, 1987.

3759. RAINES, Jeff. THE BIG ISLAND. NY: Avon, 1989.

3760. RAMPONE, Albert. SILENT BIRDMAN. (Chelsea): (Book Crafters) (1988).
Novel of a year in Viet Nam as a 20-year old helicopter pilot. Uncommon, inexpensively produced self-published volume with pages shot from typewritten sheets. An appendix lists all those who served in the author's unit there, another lists all the helicopter crewmen killed there, & the way they died. A form in the book solicits info from the reader adding to or correcting the authors information. One of numerous examples of a Viet Nam book written out of, & fueled by, the author's compelling sense of urgency & mission, & a noteworthy example as such.

3761. RANDALL, Margaret. SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE. Vancouver: New Star Books (1975).

3762. RANDLE. GENEVA 1954.

3763. RANDLE, Kevin & Robert Cornett. REMEMBER GETTYSBURG!. NY: Charter, 1988.
'A hard-fighting platoon of Vietnam Vets about to change the course of history...again'. <<Willson>>.

3764. RANDLE, Kevin & Robert Cornett. REMEMBER THE ALAMO!. NY: Charter, 1986.

3765. RANSOM, Donald F. NOTHING BUT THE BOO. Portland: Skydog, 1981.
Poems.

3766. RAPOPORT, I.C. SIXTY STRANGE DAYS. (Culpepper): Community Press (1966).
Photographic record of one man's basic training during the war.

3767. RASKIN, Jonah. UNDERGROUND: In Pursuit of B. Traven and Kenny Love. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill (1978).
A novel of the anti-Vietnam War-radical-fugitive life in the sixties era, which Abbie Hoffman calls "...an uncannily accurate portrayal of the underground world." The central characters in this story are Kenny Love (who bears an unmistakable resemblance to a famous former Yippie who is now in hiding after jumping bail on a cocaine bust; `Angel' Annie Nordstrum, a beautiful model turned photographer, & the narrator who calls himself Jonah Raskin, former college professor turned outlaw,” literary heir to B. Traven, the anarchist/author of <<The Treasure of the Sierra Madre>> & numerous other novels of Mexico. Raskin has edited a collection of Weather Underground communiques & wrote <<The Mythology of Imperialism>>.

3768. RASKIN, Marcus G. & Bernard Fall (eds). THE VIET-NAM READER: Articles & Documents on American Foreign Policy & the Viet-Nam Crisis.

3769. RASKIN, Marcus G. & Bernard Fall (eds). THE VIET-NAM READER: Articles & Documents on American Foreign Policy & the Viet-Nam Crisis. NY: Vintage (1965).

3770. RASKIN, Marcus, see also entry under Stavins, Traven.

3771. RAU, Santha Rama. VIEW TO THE SOUTHEAST.

3772. RAUCHER, Herman. MAYNARD'S HOUSE. NY: Putnam's, 1980.
Novel of a Viet Nam vet living in isolation in Maine in a house bequeathed by a slain buddy, & hallucinations triggered by a girl.

3773. RAVENAL, Earl C. NEVER AGAIN: Learning From America's Foreign Policy Failures. Philadelphia: Temple University (1978).

3774. RAY, David. NEW LETTERS II: An Anthology of Contemporary Writing. Athens, Oh: Swallow/Ohio U, 1984.
Contains numerous translated poems. John Balaban's 'After Our War,' & 'White the Bones of Men: Asian Poets React to War' by Ben W. Fuson.

3775. RAY, Michelle. TWO SHORES OF HELL: A French Journalist's Life Among the Vietcong & the G.I.'s in Vietnam. NY: McKay (1968).
Personal account of woman journalist & former Coco Chanel model travelling & captured by the Viet Cong.

3776. RAY, Michelle. TWO SHORES OF HELL: The Astonishing Experiences of a Girl Travelling Alone in Vietnam. (London): John Murray (1968).
Personal account of woman journalist & former Coco Chanel model travelling & captured in Viet Nam by the Viet Cong.

3777. RAY O. LIGHT & Others. THE TRAGIC WAR BETWEEN KAMPUCHEA & VIETNAM & THE STRUGGLE FOR PROLETARIAN INTERNATIONALISM: Selected Writings on Indochina.

3778. RAY, Robert. CAGE OF MIRRORS. NY: Lippincott & Crowell (1980).
Introduces the Texan detective-for-hire, Clayton Yankee Taggart, a former Captain in Viet Nam, trying to find the killer of his former war buddy, a Sergeant who had saved his life there.

3779. RAY, Sibnarayan (ed). VIETNAM SEEN FROM EAST & WEST: An International Symposium.

3780. READ-COLLINS, Nicholas. REPORT ON THE WAR IN INDO-CHINA. London: Union of Democratic Control (1953).

3781. RECORD LP). (SMITH, Howard K. & Peter Jennings.) A YEAR IN A NEW KIND OF WAR. (n.p.) : ABC Records (1966).
An LP recording of portions of the news magazine "ABC Scope," which focused on Vietnam throughout 1966. Includes Howard K. Smith and Peter Jennings. Among the excerpts: Smith talks with his son, who was severely wounded in the Battle of Ia Drang Valley, and expected to die. Fine in a rubbed, otherwise near fine sleeve. An early, unusual record of the war, and of media coverage of it.

3782. RECORDING). BACK IN THE WORLD. BACK IN THE WORLD: Writing After Vietnam. American Arts Project, 1984.
Collection of interviews, original readings & performances by Del Vecchio, Ehrhart, Heinemann, Pratt, Butler, Hempstone, Wachtel, Ferrandino, Woods, Wright.

3783. RECORDING). PRINE, John. PINK CADILLAC. 1979.
Album includes the song `Saigon'.

3784. REDNER, Morton. GETTING OUT. NY: Pocket, 1972.

3785. REED, David. UP FRONT IN VIETNAM. NY: Funk & Wagnalls (1967).

3786. REED, David. UP FRONT IN VIETNAM. NY: Funk & Wagnalls (1967).

3787. REED, Ishmael. 19 NECROMANCERS FROM NOW. NY: Anchor, 1970.

3788. REED, J.D. FREE FALL. NY: Delacorte (1980).
This poet's (<<Whiskey Profiles>>, <<Expressways>>) novel debut, of a Green Beret medal winner whose American dream has gone awry, skyjacks a plane & is up against his former Viet Nam trainer. <<Willson 954; Not in Newman>>.

3789. REEDY, George E. THE TWILIGHT OF THE PRESIDENCY. NY: World, 1970.
A basic evaluation of Johnson's office, with about 15 pages relevant to the Viet Nam War. Reedy was Johnson's press secretary & special assistant.

3790. REEMAN, Douglas. THE PATH OF THE STORM. NY: Jove, 1979.
Copyright 1966, probable reprint.

3791. REEVES, James R. MEKONG! NY: Ballantine (1984).
Novel taken almost directly from experience, bordering on memoirs, of Naval Special Forces in Viet Nam. Rings truer than most. <<Newman 303>>.

3792. REEVES, James R. & James C. Taylor. COVERT ACTIONS. NY: Ballantine, 1988.
Action sequel to the first author's book 'Mekong!,' about the Navy Seals.

3793. REEVES, James R. & James C. Taylor. COVERT ACTIONS. NY: Ballantine, 1987.

3794. REGAN, David. MOURNING GLORY. Greenwich: Devon-Adair (1981).
Personal account by an ex-marine.

3795. REICHERT, Mickey Zucker. DRAGONRANK MASTER. NY: Daw, 1989.
A soldier in Viet Nam is snatched from the war & transported to another time & place in this sequel to `Godslayer'. <<Willson>>.

3796. REICHERT, Mickey Zucker. GODSLAYER. NY: Daw, 1987.

3797. REINBERG, Linda. IN THE FIELD: The Language of the Vietnam War. NY: Facts on File, 1991.
Over 5,000 acronyms, nicknames, brand names, technical terms & slang -- the American experience of war language of those who lived it.

3798. REISCHAUER, Edwin O. BEYOND VIETNAM.

3799. REKAB, Bill. THE DEAD & THE DAMNED. London: Zenith, nd.

3800. REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. ESTABLISHING AN INDUSTRIAL UNDERTAKING IN VIET-NAM. Saigon: Republic of Vietnam, 1964.

3801. REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS ON INVESTMENTS IN VIET-NAM. Saigon: Republic of Vietnam, 1964.

3802. REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. PROGRESS OF SOCIAL WORK IN VIET-NAM. Saigon: The View Horizons (1958).

3803. REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM, DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL EDUCATION. SECONDARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM. Saigon: The Department, 1960.

3804. REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM, MINISTRY OF INFORMATION. THE PROBLEM OF REUNIFICATION OF VIET-NAM. (n.p.; Saigon?): The Ministry, 1958.

3805. RESTON, James, Jr. AMNESTY OF JOHN DAVID HERNDON. NY: McGraw Hill (1973).
Quest for amnesty so he could return to the US.

3806. RESTON, James, Jr. SHERMAN'S MARCH & VIETNAM. NY: Macmillan (1984).
Compares the ravaging of civilian communities & its effects, vis-a-vis our Civil war & Viet Nam.

3807. RESTON, James, Jr. TO DEFEND, TO DESTROY. NY: Norton (1971).
Author's first novel. An intelligence officer is forced by circumstances to confront his beliefs & the question of loyalty.

3808. REYNOLDS, Jonathan. GENIUSES. Garden City: Nelson Doubleday, 1982(?)
A play.

3809. RIBMAN, Ronald. CBS Playhouse Presents THE FINAL WAR OF OLLY WINTER. (NY): CBS Television Network (1967).
A play written expressly for CBS Television's broadcast 1/29/67.

3810. RIBMAN, Ronald. FINAL WAR OF OLLY WINTER. (np): CBS (1967).
Teleplay about the war. <<Newman 699>>.

3811. RIBOUD, Marc & Philippe Devillers. THE FACE OF NORTH VIETNAM. Holt, 1970.

3812. RICE-MAXIMIN, Edward. ACCOMODATION & RESISTANCE: The French Left, Indochina & the Cold War, 1944-1954. Westport: Greenwood, 1986.
Excellent history of French internal politics, helping to understand it's role in Indochina during the period.

3813. RICH, Curt. THE ADVISERS. Zebra 1985.

3814. RIDEOUT, Granville N. THE CHI-COM SERIES. (Ashburnham, MA): (Yankee Publishing) (1971).
The definitive reference work on Chinese Communist weapons in SE Asia.

3815. RIENZI, Thomas Matthew. COMMUNICATIONS - ELECTRONICS. Washington: DOA, 1985.
The part played by communications in the Viet Nam war.

3816. RIESSEN. JUNGLE MISSION. NY: Crowell (1957).
The author was sent by French Army to recruit the Mois to fight the Viet Minh. Not in Newman.

3817. RIGG, Col. Robert B. HOW TO STAY ALIVE IN VIETNAM. Harrisburg: Stackpole (1966).
Anecdotal how-to guide to survival in Vietnam. And, as Ken Lopez points out, an “eerie collection of information & advice ("if you come to a dead end in a tunnel, stop short and watch out! It will probably be loaded with spring-mounted & wire-tripped javelins -- or booby traps...") Personally, I recommend staying out of said tunnels.

3818. RIGG, Col. Robert B. HOW TO STAY ALIVE IN VIETNAM. Harrisburg: Stackpole (1966).

3819. RIGGAN, Rob. FREE FIRE ZONE. NY: Norton (1984).
Riggan's first book, a novel about a medic. <<Newman 304>>.

3820. RINALDI, Nicolas. BRIDGE FALL DOWN. NY: St. Martin's, 1985.
A techno-war Viet Nam war metaphor occurring in a 'nameless Third World jungle'. <<Willson>>.

3821. RINALDI, Nicolas. BRIDGE FALL DOWN. NY: St. Martin's, 1986.
A techno-war Viet Nam war metaphor occurring in a 'nameless Third World jungle'. <<Willson>>.

3822. RISNER, Robinson. THE PASSING OF THE NIGHT: My Seven Years As a Prisoner of the North Vietnamese. NY: Random (1973).
By a pilot shot down over Thanh Hoa in 1965 who spent his captive years at the Hanoi Hilton.

3823. RISNER, Robinson. THE PASSING OF THE NIGHT: My Seven Years As a Prisoner of the North Vietnamese. NY: Random (1973).
By a pilot shot down over Thanh Hoa in 1965 who spent his captive years at the Hanoi Hilton.

3824. RIVERA, Oswald. FIRE & RAIN. NY: Four Walls Eight Windows (1990).
Rivera's first novel. Based on a Marine Corp brig uprising in Danang, with many inmates & guards killed. Rivera's unit was brought in for guard duty while he was there.

3825. RIVERS, Caryl. INTIMATE ENEMIES. NY: Dutton, 1987.
Novel involves a Viet Nam vet & a war protestor. <<Willson>>.

3826. RIVERS, Gayle & James Hudson. THE FIVE FINGERS. Garden City: Doubleday, 1978.
About a seven man Special Forces hit team infiltrating China to assassinate top Vietnamese & Chinese leaders during the war -- including General Giap; ‘a story that can only be told as fiction.' <<Newman 182>>.

3827. RIVERS, Gayle & James Hudson. THE FIVE FINGERS. NY: Bantam (1979).
A seven man Special Forces hit team infiltrates China to assassinate top Vietnamese & Chinese leaders during the war -- including General Giap; ‘a story that can only be told as fiction.' <<Newman 182>>.

3828. RIVKIN, Robert S. GI RIGHTS & ARMY JUSTICE: The Draftee's Guide to Military Life & Law. NY: Grove (1970).

3829. ROADARMEN, Paul. BEACH HOUSE 7. NY: St. Martin's (1987).
Novel set in Indochina in the wake of the Viet Nam War.

3830. ROADARMEN, Paul. BEACH HOUSE 7. NY: St. Martin's (1987).
Novel set in Indochina in the wake of the Viet Nam War.

3831. ROBBINS, Christopher. AIR AMERICA. NY: Avon (1990).
Mel Gibson & Robert Downey, Jr., are smiling on the cover. Downey could still smile back then.

3832. ROBBINS, Christopher. AIR AMERICA. NY: Avon (1985).

3833. ROBBINS, Christopher. INVISIBLE AIR FORCE.

3834. ROBBINS, Christopher. THE RAVENS: The Men Who Flew in America's Secret War in Laos. NY: Crown (1987).
Vietnam War-related. Robbins also wrote the highly sought after <<Air America>>.

3835. ROBBINS, Christopher. THE RAVENS: The Men Who Flew in America's Secret War in Laos. NY: Pocket Books (1989).
Highly praised by Tom Clancy.

3836. ROBERTS, Craig. COMBAT MEDIC -- VIETNAM. NY: Pocket, 1991.
Accounts based on oral histories & US government documents. By a PFC who served with the 9th Marines beginning in 1965.

3837. ROBERTS, Craig & Charles W. Sadder. THE WALKING DEAD: A Marine's Story of Vietnam. NY: Pocket, 1989.
By a PFC who served with the 9th Marines beginning in July, 1965.

3838. ROBERTS, James C. MISSING IN ACTION.

3839. ROBERTS, Mark K. SOLDIER FOR HIRE #7: PATHET VENGEANCE. Zebra 1983.

3840. ROBERTS, Suzanne. VIETNAM NURSE. NY: Ace (1966).

3841. ROBINS, Natalie S. THE PEAS BELONG ON THE EYE LEVEL. Chicago: Swallow, 1971.
Poems, 12 Viet Nam War-related. She handles political questions, chiefly with Viet Nam, with contrasts between the war & 'business as usual'.

3842. ROBINSON, Anthony (ed). WEAPONS OF THE VIETNAM WAR. 1983.
All types of weapons shown & discussed.

3843. ROBINSON, Edward. SLOTH & HEATHEN FOLLY. NY: Macmillan (1972).
Novel of USIS officer in SE Asian country resembling Cambodia during war. Not in Newman.

3844. ROBINSON, Frank M. & Earl Kemp. REPORT ON THE U.S. SENATE HEARINGS -- The Truth About Vietnam. San Diego: Greenleaf (1966).
Transcript of the Senate hearings 28 January 1966.

3845. ROBINSON, Frank M. & Earl Kemp. REPORT ON THE U.S. SENATE HEARINGS -- The Truth About Vietnam. San Diego: Greenleaf (1966).
Transcript of the Senate hearings 28 January 1966.

3846. ROBINSON, John. JANUARY'S DREAM. Cambridge: The Green Street Press, 1985.
Novel about the `spiritual degradation of some Vietnam veterans'.

3847. ROBINSON, Spider. CALLAHAN'S CROSSTIME SALOON. NY: Ace, 1977.
Includes the short story 'Unnatural Causes'.

3848. ROBINSON, Spider. CALLAHAN'S CROSSTIME SALOON. NY: Berkley, 1985.
Includes the short story 'Unnatural Causes'.

3849. RODRIGUEZ, Joe. ODDSPLAYER. Houston: Arte Publico, 1988.

3850. ROEVER, Dave & Harold Fickett. WELCOME HOME, DAVEY. Waco: Word, 1986.
About a severely burned veteran healing fromn his wounds & becoming an evangelist.

3851. ROGERS, Bernard. CEDAR FALLS -- JUNCTION CITY: a Turning Point. Washington: 1974.
By a Lt. General, covering the first multi-divisional operations conducted in Veitnam with a plan, in 1967.

3852. ROGERS, Dale Evans. SALUTE TO SANDY.

3853. ROJAS, Marta & Raul Valdes Vivo. SOUTH VIET NAM. Havana: Book Institute, 1967.

3854. ROLLINS, Kelly. FIGHTER PILOTS. Boston: Little, Brown (1981).
Three decades in a pilot's life, from WWII to Korea & Viet Nam.

3855. RONY, A. Kohar. VIETNAMESE HOLDINGS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, SUPPLEMENT, 1979-1985. Washington: GPO, 1987.
A bibliography in Vietnamese with no English translation.

3856. ROONEY, Frank. SHADOW OF GOD. NY: HBW (1967).
Novel of 5 American nuns caught in undeclared war in Asia. Not in Newman.

3857. ROPER, L.V. RAMPAGE. Curtis Books, 1973.

3858. ROSE, Ronald E. UNTITLED POEM: 'As I lay here, crazed but calm,/reflecting back on Viet Nam...' Port Townsend: self-published, 1983.

3859. ROSEMONT, Franklin. MORNING OF THE MACHINE GUN. Chicago: Surrealist (1968).
Not directly related to Viet Nam. A 'surrealist' tirade against US society & culture, including, but not limited, to the war.

3860. ROSENBERG, Milton J., Sidney Verba & Philip E. Converse. VIETNAM & THE SILENT MAJORITY: The Dove's Guide. NY: Harper & Row, 1970.
Calls for Americans to reject & terminate the war through a political settlement.

3861. ROSENBLATT, Roger. CHILDREN OF WAR. Garden City: Doubleday/Anchor, 1983.
Account of a 40,000-mile journey, based on his award-winning articles, speaking with children in the war zones of Belfast, Israel, Lebanon, Cambodia & Viet Nam.`Reveals the strength & dignity of young people in the face of the violence & mindlessness of their elders.' --from the jacket.

3862. ROSENBLATT, Roger. CHILDREN OF WAR. Garden City: Doubleday, 1983.

3863. ROSENBLUM, Sig & Charles Antin (eds). LBJ LAMPOONED. NY: Cobble Hill, 1968.
Cartoons, includes sections on: LBJ & Vietnam, LBJ & Dissent, LBJ & the Great Society, LBJ & the Presidential Style, LBJ & the Credibility Gap & Assorted Assaults -- all dealing with aspects of the Viet Nam War.

3864. ROSENBURGH, Bob. SNAKE DRIVER! Cobras in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Story of the development & introduction of the Cobra helicopter into Vietnam in the summer of 1967. Twelve pilots who flew the Cobra were interviewed.

3865. ROSENBURGH, Bob. SNAKE DRIVER! Cobras in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Story of the development & introduction of the Cobra helicopter into Vietnam in the summer of 1967. Twelve pilots who flew the Cobra were interviewed.

3866. ROSINGER, Lawrence K. FRANCE & THE FUTURE OF INDO-CHINA. NY: Foreign Policy Association, 1945.

3867. ROSKEY, William. MUFFLED SHOTS: A Year on the DMZ. Simpsonville: Elghund, 1986.

3868. ROSKOLENKO, Harry. LAN-LAN. NY: Signet (1962).
Novel of French doctor in Cambodia in 20s; the author was in the French Foreign Legion in Cambodia during the 40s.

3869. ROSS, Marion W. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VIETNAMESE LITERATURE IN THE WATSON COLLECTION AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY. Ithaca: S.E. Asia Program, Cornell, 1973.

3870. ROSS, Marion W BIBLIOGRAPHY OF VIETNAMESE LITERATURE IN WASON COLLECTION AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY.
Over 2,800 entries.

3871. ROSS, William. BAMBOO TERROR: A Thrilling Tale of Vietnamese Espionage. Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle (1969).
Suspense. Ross is a former Army intelligence officer in the Far East. <<Newman 76>>.

3872. ROSSI, Matti. THE TREES OF VIETNAM. Mexico: El Corno Emplumado, 1966.

3873. ROSSMAN, Michael. WEDDING WITHIN THE WAR. Garden City: Doubleday/Paris Review, 1971.
Personal account of the New Left & anti-war protests.

3874. ROSTOW. DIFFUSION OF POWER.

3875. ROTH, M. Patricia. THE JUROR & THE GENERAL: An Eyewitness Account of the Libel Trial of the Century: `Westmoreland v. CBS.' NY: Morrow (1986).

3876. ROTH, Robert. SAND IN THE WIND. Boston: Little Brown (1973).
Author's first book, a stunning novel of the war told by a vet, of a Marine rifle squad in Viet Nam in 1967-68. <<Newman128>>.

3877. ROTH, Robert. SAND IN THE WIND. NY: Pinnacle Books, (1973,74).
Author's first book, a stunning novel of the war told by a vet, of a Marine rifle squad in Viet Nam in 1967-68. <<Newman128>>.

3878. ROTHBERG, Abraham. THE OTHER MAN'S SHOES. NY: Avon, 1971.

3879. ROTHENBERG, Leslie S. THE DRAFT & YOU: A Handbook on Selective Service. NY: Doubleday, 1968.
Written by the Coordinator of Selective Service Affairs for all campuses of the University of California.

3880. ROTTER, Andrew. THE PATH TO VIETNAM: Origins of the American Committment to Southeast Asia. Ithaca: Cornell U, 1989.

3881. ROTTMAN, Gordon L. US ARMY SPECIAL FORCES, 1952-1984. London: Osprey, 1991.
Color plates by Ron Volstad.

3882. ROTTMAN, Gordon L. VIETNAM AIRBORNE. London: Osprey, 1990.
Color plates by Ron Volstad.

3883. ROTTMANN, Larry. VOICES FROM THE HO CHI MINH TRAIL: Poetry of America & Vietnam 1965-1993. Desert Springs: Event Horizon Press, 1993.
Photos by the author & Nguyen Trong Thanh, a history graduate from Hanoi University in 1966 who served as a battlefield reporter on the Ho Chi Minh Trail for the People's Army.

3884. ROTTMANN, Larry a/k/a LARRY LEE.
Rottman wrote `American Eagle' under this pseudonym.

3885. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS. Brooklyn: 1st Casualty Press (1972).
War poems by vets who recognize that `we were, & are, a part of the evil.' This press was owned & run by the Viet Nam Veterans Against the War, based on the notion that in war truth is the first casualty. The earliest anthology of its kind according to the editors. Includes Gus Hasford, Steve Smith, Erhart, Casey, Uhl, et al. Scarce early printing. <<Newman 643, Pratt>>.

3886. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS. NY: McGraw-Hill (1972).
Simultaneous release with 1st Casualty Press, this is considered the later edition, 1st hardcover. DJ flaps contain numerous excerpts from reviews as well as biographical information about the editors not present on the PB. Nemwan 643.

3887. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS. NY: McGraw-Hill (1972).
This issue not in Newman; see Serendipity 46, #410.

3888. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS. Brooklyn: 1st Casualty Press (1972).
Second printing of this edition differs only with title printed on the spine. See Alband 1, #174.

3889. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS: War Poems by Vietnam Veterans. NY: McGraw-Hill (1972).
War poems by vets who recognize that `we were, & are, a part of the evil.' The earliest anthology of its kind according to the editors. Includes Hasford, Steve Smith, Erhart, Casey, Uhl, et al. <<Newman 493>>.

3890. ROTTMANN, Larry, Jan Barry & Basil Paquet. WINNING HEARTS & MINDS: War Poems by Vietnam Veterans. NY: McGraw-Hill (1972).
War poems by vets who recognize that `we were, & are, a part of the evil.' The earliest anthology of its kind according to the editors. Includes Hasford, Steve Smith, Erhart, Casey, Uhl, et al. <<Newman 493>>.

3891. ROWAN & MARTIN). MORGUL THE FRIENDLY DRELB. ROWAN & MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN #1. NY: Signet (1969).
Typically silly cut-up humor of harmless liberal ilk spun off from the TV show; eg, Dan Rowan on the future: `Saigon, 1988: Secretary of Defense John Wayne finally ended the war today when he flew to Vietnam & punched it in the mouth'.

3892. ROWAN, Roy. FOUR DAYS OF THE MAYAGUEZ. NY: Norton (1975).

3893. ROWAN, Stephen A. THEY WOULDN'T LET US DIE. Middle Village: Jonathan David (1973).

3894. ROWE, James N. FIVE YEARS TO FREEDOM. Boston: Little Brown (1971).
Recently murdered on assignment in the Philipines, this tells of his capture in 1963, five years in captivity under horrible conditions, & his subsequent escape.

3895. ROWE, James N. FIVE YEARS TO FREEDOM.

3896. ROWE, James N. FIVE YEARS TO FREEDOM. NY: Ballantine (1984).
Recently murdered on assignment in the Philippines, this tells of his capture in 1963, five years in captivity under horrible conditions, & his subsequent escape.

3897. ROWE, James N. THE JUDAS SQUAD. Boston: Little Brown, 1977.
Post-war, late 70s, with Viet Nam vets posing as terrorists: a crack team of renegade US ex-Green Berets seize a nuclear power plant. By a former POW & author of 'Five Years to Freedom'. He was later assassinated in the Philipines.

3898. ROWE, James N. THE JUDAS SQUAD. NY: Berkley, 1979.
Post-war, in the late 70s, with Viet Nam vets posing as terrorists: a crack team of renegade US ex-Green Berets seize a nuclear power plant. By a former POW & author of <<Five Years to Freedom>>. He was later assassinated in the Philippines.

3899. ROWE, John. COUNT YOUR DEAD. Sydney: Angus & Robertson (1968).
An Australian novel, written shortly after the author's Viet Nam experience, this novel `ranks as one of the most bitter indictments of the American presence in Vietnam.' -- Pratt, p137. <<Newman 58>>.

3900. ROWE, John Carlos & Rick Berg (eds). THE VIETNAM WAR & AMERICAN CULTURE. NY: Columbia U, 1991.
Essays examining American attempts to rewrite the war, & reinterprets established myths about 'American character' & life. Contributions include pieces by Noam Chomsky & W.D. Ehrhart.

3901. ROY, Gabrielle. WINDFLOWER. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart (1970).

3902. ROY, Jules. BATTLE OF DIEN BIEN PHU. NY: Harper Row (1965).
The classic history of this epic battle.

3903. ROY, Jules. BATTLE OF DIEN BIEN PHU. London: 1965.
The classic history of an epic battle.

3904. ROY, Jules. LA BATAIILE DE DIEN BIEN PHU. Paris: 1963.

3905. ROYAL LAO GOVERNMENT, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS. WHITE BOOK ON THE VIOLATIONS OF THE 1962 GENEVA ACCORDS BY THE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH VIETNAM.

3906. RUBIN, Bruce Joel. JACOB'S LADDER. (NY): Applause (1990).
Illustrated with photos from the film.

3907. RUBIN, Jonathan. BARKING DEER. NY: Braziller (1974).
Author's first novel, about Special Forces & Montagnards in Viet Nam. <<Newman 143>>.

3908. RUDY, Capt. John F., II, & Lick Rahlan. TOLOI PYIE JARAI HANG TOLOI AMERIKAI: Montagnard/English Language Guide.

3909. RUHE, C.H. William, M.D., Norman W. Hoover, M.D. & Ira Singer, M.D. SAIGON MEDICAL SCHOOL, AN EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL EDUCATION: An Account of the American Project in South Viet Nam, 1966-1975.

3910. RUNYAN, Charles. THE BLOODY JUNGLE. NY: Ace (1966).

3911. RUNYAN, Charles W. KISS THE GIRLS & MAKE THEM DIE. NY: Pyramid, 1977.

3912. RUNYON, Clair. FROM THE DELAWARE TO THE MEKONG: A Military History of the United States. 1979.

3913. RUPEN, Robert A. & Robert Farell (eds). VIETNAM & THE SINO-SOVIET DISPUTE. NY: Praeger, 1967.

3914. RUSK, Dean. VIETNAM: Four Steps to Peace. Washington: Department of State, 1965.

3915. RUSS, Martin. HAPPY HUNTING GROUND: An Ex-Marine's Odyssey in Vietnam. NY: Atheneum, 1968.

3916. RUSSELL, Bertrand. AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE.

3917. RUSSELL, Bertrand. AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN CONSCIENCE FROM BERTRAND RUSSELL: (Broadcast Independence Day, 1966 on WBAI-FM, New York City). No information given.

3918. RUSSELL, Bertrand. BERTRAND RUSSELL ON THE WAR IN VIETNAM. NY: New York City (off Campus Chapter) Student Peace Union, ca.1963.

3919. RUSSELL, Bertrand. FREE WORLD BARBARISM: The War of Atrocity in Vietnam. NY: Minority of One, 1965.
First appearance of this offprint from <<Minority of One>>, 12/64.

3920. RUSSELL, Bertrand. TO THE CONSCIENCE OF HUMANITY. Havana: Tricontinental Committee tof Support to Viet Nam, n.d.

3921. RUSSELL, Bertrand. WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM. NY: Monthly Review (1967).
The paperback issue has been mis-identified as a paperback original (`Vietnam War Literature' catalog issued in 1990 by Ken Lopez, Waiting for Godot & Between the Covers), but the publisher issued this in cloth at least simultaneously if not prior to the paperback.

3922. RUSSELL, Bertrand. WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM. NY: Monthly Review (1967).
This paperback has been mis-identified as a paperback original (`Vietnam War Literature' catalog issued in 1990 by Ken Lopez, Waiting for Godot & Between the Covers), but the publisher issued this in cloth at least simultaneously -- if not first.

3923. RUSSELL, Lee E. ARMIES OF THE VIETNAM WAR 2. London: Osprey, 1983.
Text with 40 photos & eight full-color by Mike Chappell.

3924. RUST, William J. & the editors of U.S. News Books. KENNEDY IN VIETNAM. NY: Scribner's (1985).
American policy in Viet Nam 1960-63 as a `prelude' to war.

3925. RUSTAD, Bernard. NOT TO REASON WHY: A Daily Diary of an Experience in Vietnam. Self-published, 1986.
Excellent account by an enlisted man in 1971. Includes personal photos.

3926. RUTLEDGE, Howard & Phyllis. IN THE PRESENCE OF MINE ENEMIES: Seven Years a POW in North Vietnam. Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell, 1973.

3927. RYAN, Conall. BLACK GRAVITY. NY: Ballantine, 1985.

3928. RYAN, William. DR. EXCITEMENT'S ELIXER OF LONGEVITY. NY: Donald I. Fine (1986).
Novel of former SEAL & attempt of <<normal>> life after Viet Nam, w/descriptions of time there. Not in Newman.

3929. RYAN, William. DR. EXCITEMENT'S ELIXER OF LONGEVITY. NY: Dell Laurel (1986).
Novel of former SEAL & his attempt to establish a <<normal>> life after Viet Nam, with descriptions of his time during the Vietnam War. <<Not in Newman>>.

3930. SACK, John. FINGERPRINT: An Uncommon Autobiography. NY: Random House (1982).

3931. SACK, John. LIEUTENANT CALLEY: His Own Story. NY: Viking (1971).
Calley's only authorized biography -- his side of the story, as told to Sack. Calley was convicted of premeditated murder for the massacre at My Lai 4 on March 16, 1968, but served little time.

3932. SACK, John. M. (NY): NAL (1967).
Account of an Army company from basic training to Viet Nam.

3933. SACK, John. M. (NY): NAL (1967).
Highly acclaimed account of an Army company from basic training to Viet Nam.

3934. SACK, John. M. NY: Avon (1985).
Highly acclaimed account of an Army company from basic training to Viet Nam. important early account of the war, originally published in 1967.

3935. SACK, John. M. (NY): NAL (1967).
Account of an Army company from basic training to Viet Nam.

3936. SACK, John. THE MAN-EATING MACHINE. NY: FSG (1973).
Four vets using their stories -- some in combat, some returned -- to critique society. Includes Lt. William Calley.

3937. SACK, John. THE MAN-EATING MACHINE. NY: FSG (1973).
Four vets using their biographical stories -- some in combat, some returned -- to critique society. Includes Lt. William Calley.

3938. SACK, John see also anthology ESQUIRE: The Best of Forty Years by Editors of Esquire.
Includes the short story 'When Demirgian Comes Marching Home Again (Hurrah? Hurrah?)' (appears as 'Varoujan' in 'The Man-Eating Machine').

3939. SADLER, Barry. BALLAD OF THE GREEN BERETS. NY: RCA, 1966.
ngs by the Staff Sergeant who wrote & popularized the title song. Eleven other songs, including 'I'm A Lucky One,' <<letter From Vietnam,' 'Salute to the Nurses' et al.

3940. SADLER, Barry. CASCA #11: The Legionnaire. NY: Charter (1984).

3941. SADLER, Barry. CASCA #14: The Phoenix. NY: Charter, 1985.

3942. SADLER, Barry. CASCA #8: SOLDIER OF FORTUNE. Charter 1983.

3943. SADLER, Barry. CASCA: The Eternal Mercenary. NY: Charter, 1979.

3944. SADLER, Barry. CASCA: The War Lord. NY: Ace Charter, 1980.

3945. SADLER, Barry. CRY HAVOC. (NY): Tor (1983).
Slightly rewritten version of <<The Moi>> (1977). See <<Newman 169>>.

3946. SADLER, Barry. CRY HAVOC. (NY): Tor (1983).
`In Nam, it was hard to tell friends from foes -- sometimes they were the same people'.

3947. SADLER, Barry. PHU NAM. NY: Tor (1984).
About an American sniper in Viet Nam. <<Newman 305>>.

3948. SADLER, Barry. THE MOI: A Novel of the Vietnam War. Nashville: Aurora (1977).
Novel of an Green Beret POW. Sadler served with the Berets in Viet Nam. <<Newman 169>>.

3949. SADLER, Barry. THE SHOOTER. TOR 1987.

3950. SADLER, Barry with Tom Mahoney. I'M A LUCKY ONE. NY: Macmillan (1967).
Personal account by a Green Beret.

3951. SADLER, Barry with Tom Mahoney. I'M A LUCKY ONE. NY: Macmillan (1967).
Personal account by a Green Beret.

3952. SAFER, Morley. FLASHBACKS: On Returning to Vietnam. NY: Random House (1990).

3953. SAINTENY, Jean. HO CHI MINH & HIS VIETNAM: A Personal Memoir.

3954. SAKAI, Joe. SEX SLAVES OF THE VIET CONG. NY: Star Distributors, 197?.
Pornography. [See also same title under Wang Ho Wan].

3955. SALISBURY, Harrison E. BEHIND ENEMY LINES: Hanoi, December 23, 1966--January 7, 1967. London: Secker & Warburg (1967).

3956. SALISBURY, Harrison E. BEHIND THE LINES -- Hanoi. NY: Bantam (1967).
Salisbury was the first American correspondent to report from Hanoi & his NY Times dispatches caused a stink & `was denied the Pulitzer Prize'.

3957. SALISBURY, Harrison E. BEHIND THE LINES -- HANOI December 23, 1966-January 7, 1967. NY: Harper & Row (1967).

3958. SALISBURY, Harrison E. SALISBURY FROM HANOI. Ithaca: Inter-University Committee for Debate on Foreign Policy, ca. 1967.
Reproduces Salisbury's New York Times dispatches from Hanoi.

3959. SALISBURY, Harrison E. VIETNAM RECONSIDERED.

3960. SALISBURY, Harrison (ed). VIETNAM RECONSIDERED: Lessons From a War. NY: Harper & Row, 1984.
Includes Bruce Weigl poems: 'Song of Napalm,' 'Girl at the Chu Lai Laundry,' 'Burning Shit at An Khe' & 'Song for the Lost Private'.

3961. SALMON, Lorraine. PIG FOLLOWS DOG. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1960.
Account of a two-year sojourn in the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam by an Australian journalist.

3962. SALMON, Malcolm. NORTH VIETNAM. Sydney: Tribune (c. 1967).
Australian view of the war. Scarce ephemeral item.

3963. SALT, Waldo & Bob Jones. COMING HOME: Draft Screenplay. (NP): (NP) (ND).

3964. SALVADORI, Max. SOUTH VIETNAM: What Are Americans Doing There?

3965. SAMUELSSON, Eivor. DET DELADE LAOS.

3966. SANCHEZ, Marta Santo Tomas, adaptacion y seleccion. CUENTAS Y LEYENDAS VIETNAMITAS.

3967. SANDBERG, Berent. BRASS DIAMONDS. NY: NAL (1980).
Novel of raid into Cambodia for diamonds, involving an ex-combat pilot there. Not in Newman. <<Willson 1013>>.

3968. SANDBERG, Berent. BRASS DIAMONDS. NY: NAL (1981).
Novel of raid into Cambodia for diamonds, involving an ex-combat pilot there. Not in Newman. <<Willson 1014>>.

3969. SANDBERG, Berent. THE CHINESE SPUR. (NY): NAL (1983).
Suspense novel of a soldier-of-fortune searching for MIAs & POWs long after the war. A pseudononymous collaboration by Peter Lars Sandberg & Berent & Wood, Inc. <<Willson 1015>>.

3970. SANDBERG, Peter Lars. WOLF MOUNTAIN. Chicago: Playboy, 1976.

3971. SANDERS, Jacquin. THE DRAFT & THE VIETNAM WAR. NY: Walker (1966).
Scarce. An early guide to the draft system with an analysis of Viet Nam & the so-called Great Society.

3972. SANDERS, Pamela. MIRANDA. Boston: Little Brown (1978).
Novel of `liberated woman' in Viet Nam & elsewhere. By a liberated journalist. <<Newman 183>>.

3973. SANSOM, Robert L. THE ECONOMICS OF INSURGENCY IN THE MEKONG DELTA OF VIETNAM. Cambridge: MIT (1970).

3974. SANTOLI, Al. EVERYTHING WE HAD: An Oral History of the Vietnam War as told by 33 American Soldiers Who Fought It. NY: Random House (1981).
Excellent collection of short personal accounts, sketches of 33 tours of duty by a cross-section of vets who fought from 1962-1975.

3975. SANTOLI, Al. EVERYTHING WE HAD: An Oral History of the Vietnam War as told by 33 American Soldiers Who Fought It. NY: Random House (1981).
Excellent collection of short personal accounts, sketches of 33 tours of duty by a cross-section of vets who fought from 1962-1975.

3976. SANTOLI, Al. TO BEAR ANY BURDEN: The Vietnam War & Its Aftermath in the Words of Americans & Southeast Asians. NY: Dutton (1985).
48 stories from people who lived thru the war.

3977. SANTOLI, Al. TO BEAR ANY BURDEN: The Vietnam War & Its Aftermath in the Words of Americans & Southeast Asians. NY: Dutton (1985).
48 stories from people who lived thru the war.

3978. SARDESAI, D.R. VIETNAM: Trials & Tribulations of a Nation. Long Beach: Long Beach Publications, 1988.
Indian perspective, arguing that nationalism rather than communism triumphed . Sardesai taught at UCLA.

3979. SARLAT, Noah. WAR CRY. NY: Paperback Library, 1965.

3980. SARRAUT, Albert. INDOCHINE. Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1930.
Photographs, with author's introductory comments, of Indochina. Many striking photos, an early, fragile, photo overview.

3981. SATIN, Mark (ed). MANUAL FOR DRAFT-AGE IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA. Toronto: Toronto Anti-Draft Programme/House of Anansi, 1968.

3982. SAVANI, A.M. VISAGE ET IMAGES DU SUD VIET-NAM. Saigon: Imprimerie Francaise D'Outre-Mer, 1965.
French text with excellent photos of sect leaders, including General Le Van Vien, General Tran Van Soai, Ba Cut, & Colonel The.

3983. SAYLES, John. ANARCHIST'S CONVENTION.

3984. SCALAPINO, Robert A. ASIA & THE MAJOR POWERS: Implications for the International Order. Washington: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (1972).
A co-publication of the AEI & the Hoover Institute. Scalapino edited `Asian Survey' & supported the official CIA line in Vietnam.

3985. SCALAPINO, Robert A. (ed). THE COMMUNIST REVOLUTION IN ASIA: Tactics, Goals & Achievements. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall (1965).
The CIA viewpoint.

3986. SCARBOROUGH, Elizabeth Ann. HEALER'S WAR. NY: Doubleday (1988).
An unusual novel of a nurse in Viet Nam who receives an amulet from a Vietnamese holy man which has supernatural powers. Scarborough served as a nurse in Viet Nam before becoming a science fiction & Nebula Award winner. <<Willson 1018>>.

3987. SCARBOROUGH, Elizabeth Ann. HEALER'S WAR. NY: Bantam, 1989.
An unusual novel of a nurse in Viet Nam who receives an amulet from a Vietnamese holy man which has supernatural powers. The author served as a nurse in Viet Nam before becoming a science fiction & Nebula Award winner. <<Willson 1019>>.

3988. SCHAEFER, Blake & Carol. SOUTHERN COMFORT. NY: Pinnacle, 1981.

3989. SCHAEFFER, Susan Fromberg. BUFFALO AFTERNOON. NY: Knopf, 1989.

3990. SCHANBERG, Sydney H. THE DEATH & LIFE OF DITH PRAN.
Hardback edition is uncommon.

3991. SCHANCHE, Don. MISTER POP: The Adventures of a Peaceful Man in a Small War. NY: McKay (1970).
Account about Pop Buell, a retired farmer who organized, trained & led a 5,000-man guerilla army to fight off the N. Vietnamese & Pathet Lao, as well as setting up medical & educational schools in Laos during the war. Schanche also wrote <<Panther Paradox>>.

3992. SCHANCHE, Don. MISTER POP: The Adventures of a Peaceful Man in a Small War. NY: McKay (1970).
Account about Pop Buell, a retired farmer who organized, trained & led a 5,000-man guerilla army to fight off the N. Vietnamese & Pathet Lao, as well as setting up medical & educational schools in Laos during the war. Schanche also wrote <<Panther Paradox>>.

3993. SCHANDLER, Herbert Y. THE UNMAKING OF A PRESIDENT: Lyndon Johnson & Vietnam. Princeton: Princton U, 1977.

3994. SCHANDLER, Herbert Y. THE UNMAKING OF A PRESIDENT: Lyndon Johnson & Vietnam. Princeton: Princton U, 1977.

3995. SCHAPIRO, Stanley. A TIME TO REMEMBER. NY: Random House (1986).
Novel of man who travels back in time to prevent his brother's death in Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman>>.

3996. SCHARDT, Arlie, William Rusher & Mark O. Hatfield. AMNESTY? The Unsettled Question of Vietnam. Lawrence: Sun River Press, 1973.

3997. SCHEER, Robert. HOW THE UNITED STATES GOT INVOLVED IN VIETNAM. Santa Barbara: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (1965).

3998. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE MILITARY HALF: An Account of the Destruction of Quang Ngai & Quang Tin. NY: Knopf, 1968.
The destruction of rural South Viet Nam.

3999. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE MILITARY HALF: An Account of the Destruction of Quang Ngai & Quang Tin. NY: Knopf, 1968.
The destruction of rural South Viet Nam.

4000. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE REAL WAR: The Classic Reporting on the Vietnam War with a New Essay. NY: Pantheon (1988).
Reprints his two earlier books with a new 50 page summary of the war & its reportage.

4001. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE TIME OF ILLUSION. NY: Knopf, 1976.

4002. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE VILLAGE OF BEN SUC. NY: Vintage, 1968.

4003. SCHELL, Jonathan. THE VILLAGE OF BEN SUC: The Story of the American Destruction of a Vietnamese Village... NY: Knopf, 1968.
Scarce. The author's first book, an important account of the destruction of this village. A devastating critique of US policy which first appeared in <<The New Yorker>>.

4004. SCHEMMER, Benjamin. THE RAID. NY: Harper & Row (1976).
Account of a secret US raid on Son Tay prison near Hanoi in 1970 in an attempt to rescue 61 American POWs -- a perfect raid with no results. Based on five years of intensive research & interviews.

4005. SCHEMMER, Benjamin. THE RAID. NY: Harper & Row (1976).
Account of a secret US raid on Son Tay prison near Hanoi in 1970 in an attempt to rescue 61 American POWs -- a perfect raid with no results. Based on five years of intensive research & interviews.

4006. SCHEVITZ, Jeffrey M. THE WEAPONSMAKERS: Personal & Professional Crisis During the Vietnam War.

4007. SCHIFF, Stuart David (ed). WHISPERS IV. NY: Jove, 1988.
Includes David Drake's 'The Dancer in the Flames'.

4008. SCHLESINGER, Arthur M., Jr. THE BITTER HERITAGE: Vietnam & American Democracy 1941-1966. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967.

4009. SCHLESINGER, Arthur M., Jr. THE BITTER HERITAGE: Vietnam & American Democracy 1941-1966. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967.

4010. SCHMITZ, John G., in collaboration with Fletcher Thompson & Roger H. Zion. THE VIETCONG FRONT IN THE UNITED STATES. Boston: Western Islands, nd [1971?].
Book issued by this extreme right-wing press, from the <<Congressional Record>>, a report originally titled `The Second Front of the Vietnam War: Communist Subversion in the Peace Movement' issued April 21, 1971.

4011. SCHNEIDER, Donald K. AIR FORCE HEROES IN VIETNAM. MAFB, AL: USAF Air War College, 1979.
Stories of 12 men awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.

4012. SCHOENBRUN, D. VIETNAM: How We Got In, How To Get Out. NY: Atheneum, 1968.

4013. SCHOENBRUN, David. VIETNAM: The Inside Story. An Address by David Schoenbrun, American Broadcasting Company Commentator, to the UE 33rd International Union Convention, New York, September,1968.

4014. SCHOENDOERFFER, Pierre. FAREWELL TO THE KING. NY: Bantam, 1971.

4015. SCHOLL-LATOUR, Peter. DEATH IN THE RICE FIELDS: An Eyewitness Account of Vietnam's Three Wars 1945-1979.

4016. SCHOLZEN, John (ed). THE U.S. NAVY IN VIETNAM.

4017. SCHRAG, Peter. TEST OF LOYALTY: Daniel Ellsberg & the Rituals of Secret Government. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1974.
An account of Ellsberg's trial.

4018. SCHREIBER, ?. CAPTIVE NURSES OF VIET CONG. NY: Star Distributors, 197?.
Pornography.

4019. SCHROCK, Joann L., Wm. Stockton, Jr., Elains M Murphy & Marilou Fromme. MINORITY GROUPS IN THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. Washington: Headquarters, Dept of the Army (1967).

4020. SCHROEDER, Eric James. VIETNAM, WE'VE ALL BEEN THERE: Interviews with American Writers. Westport: Praeger (1992).
Includes Sack, Herr, Terry, Bryan, Mailer, Stone, O'Brien, Heinemann, Bobbie Ann Mason, Weigl, & Rabe. By a scholar in the field of literature of the Viet Nam War & editor of <<Writing on the Edge>>.

4021. SCHROEDER, Eric James. VIETNAM, WE’VE ALL BEEN THERE: Interviews with American Writers. Westport: Praeger (1992).
Interviews with some of the best writers to have dealt with the Vietnam War in novels, plays, poems & reportage: John Sack, Michael Herr, C.D.B. Bryan, Norman Mailer, Robert Stone, Tim O'Brien, Wallace Terry, Larry Heinemann, Bobbie Ann Mason, Bruce Weigl & David Rabe

4022. SCHUCK, Peter H. AGENT ORANGE ON TRIAL: Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts. Cambridge: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1986.

4023. SCHUFFERT, Jake. 'NO SWEAT'...MORE 'N MORE. Washington: Army Times, 1970.
Collection of the author's cartoons from Army Times, Air Force Times, Navy Times.

4024. SCHULTZ, George F. VIETNAMESE LEGENDS. Rutland: Tuttle, 1968.
Schultz was director of the Vietnamese-American Association in Saigon for two years.

4025. SCHURMACHER, Emile. OUT SECRET WAR AGAINST CHINA.

4026. SCHURMANN, Franz, Peter Dale Scott & Reginald Zelnik. THE POLITICS OF ESCALATION IN VIETNAM. Boston: Beacon Press (1966).

4027. SCHURMANN, Franz, Peter Dale Scott & Reginald Zelnik. THE POLITICS OF ESCALATION IN VIETNAM. Greenwich: Fawcett Premier (1966).
“Prepared by a working group organized by scholars at the University of California, at Berkeley, & Washington University.”

4028. SCHUTZ, Benjamin M. A TAX IN BLOOD. (NY): Tor (1987).
From a highly-praised hardboiled author, a `Leo Haggerty' novel, his life asunder by emotional fallout from a bombing of the Vietnam War Memorial as his associate relives the horrors of Viet Nam experience. <<Willson 1023>>. `The hell of war is it doesn't end when the sides stop shooting. That's always been true, but it took Vietnam to prove it...& writers like Benjamin Schutz to remind us.' --Loren Estleman

4029. SCHUTZ, Benjamin M. A TAX IN BLOOD. NY: Bantam 1989.
From a highly-praised hardboiled author, a `Leo Haggerty' novel, his life asunder by emotional fallout from a bombing of the Vietnam War Memorial as his associate relives the horrors of Viet Nam experience. <<Willson 1024>>. `The hell of war is it doesn't end when the sides stop shooting. That's always been true, but it took Vietnam to prove it...& writers like Benjamin Schutz to remind us.' --Loren Estleman

4030. SCHUYLER, Phillipa. GOOD MEN DIE.

4031. SCHWINN, Monika & Bernhard Diehl. WE CAME TO HELP. NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich (1973).
Story of two German hospital nurses captured & held for four years in North Viet Nam.

4032. SCIGLIANO, Robert. SOUTH VIETNAM: Nation Under Stress. Boston: Houghton Mifflin (1964).

4033. SCIGLIANO, Robert, & Guy H. Fox. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN VIETNAM: The Michigan State University Experience. NY: Praeger (1965).
A scarce early item on the Vietnam War, examining a universities project experience there & it results.

4034. SCIPIONE, Paul A. SHADES OF GRAY. Princeton: Prometheus, 1988.

4035. SCOFIELD, Jonathan. FREEDOM FIGHTER #15: Junglefire. NY: Dell, 1982.

4036. SCOFIELD, Jonathan, apparently a pseudonym for ROBERT VAUGHAN.
See Willson's Bibliography, 1990 edition, entry #939.

4037. SCOTT, Leonard. CHARLIE MIKE. NY: Ballantine (1985).
Novel of Ranger company in Viet Nam. <<Newman 337; Willson 1027>>.

4038. SCOTT, Leonard. CHARLIE MIKE. NY: Ballantine (1988).
Novel of Ranger company in Viet Nam. <<Newman 337; Willson 1028>>.

4039. SCOTT, Leonard. LAST RUN. NY: Ballantine (1987).
Sequel to `Charlie Mike.' <<Newman 414>>.

4040. SCOTT, Leonard. LAST RUN. NY: Ballantine (1990).
Sequel to `Charlie Mike.' <<Willson 1031; Newman 414>>.

4041. SCOTT, Leonard. THE HILL. NY: Ballantine, 1989.
Novel with Dak To battle as the setting.

4042. SCOTT, Leonard. THE HILL. NY: Ballantine (1991).
Vietnam novel with Dak To battle as the setting, the 101st Airborne & the taking of Hill 875. First issued as a trade paperback in 1989.

4043. SCOTT, Peter Dale. THE WAR CONSPIRACY: The Secret Road to the Second Indochina War. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill (1972).

4044. SCOTT, Peter Dale, see also under Schurmann.

4045. SCRUGGS, Jan C. & Joel L. Swerdlow. TO HEAL A NATION: The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial. NY: 1985.

4046. SCRUGGS, Jan w/editorial assisstance from Kim Murphy. THE WALL THAT HEALS. McLean: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, 1992.
Scruggs started & directed the effort to create a memorial honoring those who served in Viet Nam. Contains some personal accounts & the role the Wall had in dealing with the Viet Nam experience.

4047. SCUTSS, Jerry. WOLFPACK.

4048. SEAGRAVE. YELLOW RAIN: Journey through Terror of Chemical Rain.

4049. SECORD, Richard w/Jay Wurts. HONORED & BETRAYED. NY: Wiley & Sons, 1992.
Includes a chapter on Viet Nam, where he was assigned in 1962, & two chapters on Laos. One chapter on the fall of Site 85.

4050. SEDDON, James D. MORNING GLORIES AMONG THE PEAS. Ames: Iowa State U, 1990.
Memoir of an Iowa farm boy attempting to come to terms with the horror of his Viet Nam War experience.

4051. SEDLOCK, Paul. THE NIGHTDREAM. Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press (1974).
Fictional account of May 1, 1969 in People's Park where police violence brought the war home to Berkeley. Not in Newman.

4052. SEIDMAN, Robert J. ONE SMART INDIAN. Woodstock: Overlook, 1979.
'Impicitly sees the Indian wars through the melancholy experience of Vietnam.' --The Village Voice

4053. SEITZ, P. MEN OF DIGNITY: Montagnards of Sout Vietnam. Paris: 1975.
Photo-essay.

4054. SELLERS, Con. WHERE HAVE ALL THE SOLDIERS GONE?. NY: Pyramid, 1969.

4055. SENATE STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS & DEFENCE. AUSTRAILIA & THE REFUGEE PROBLEM: The Plight & Circumstances of Vietnamese & Other Refugees.

4056. SERAN, Val. VIET NAM MISSION TO HELL!. NY: Bee-Line Books (1966).
An early novel, collectible as one of the worst novels of the Viet Nam war. According to Newman none of it makes sense, the plot, settings, action, & characters are all superficial &, better yet, the author knows nothing of soldiers or weapons. (An officer?). <<Newman 17, Willson 1034.>>.

4057. SERONG, Brigadier F.P. THE FUTURE OF SOUTH VIETNAM.

4058. SERONG, F.P. THE 1972 EASTER OFFENSIVE. [publishing info not given by source].
Serong was a Brigadier in the Australian Army in Viet Nam during the Easter Offensive.

4059. SEVY, Grace (ed). THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN VIETNAM: A Reader. Norman: U of Oklahoma, 1989.
Anthology, in three parts: The debate of why we went in & stayed so long; the military in Viet Nam; the role of the press.

4060. SHACKLETON, Ronald A. VILLAGE DEFENSE: Initial Special Forces Operations in viet Nam. Arvadea: Phoenix Press, 1975.
Very detailed account of tactics & techniques developed & used by the author as a young Captain working among the Rhade.

4061. SHAPIRO, Stanley. A TIME TO REMEMBER. NY: Random House (1986).
Time-travel novel of a man who tries to prevent his brother's dying in Viet Nam by travelling back in time to prevent John F. Kennedy's assassination. <<Willson 1035>>.

4062. SHAPLEN, Robert. A CORNER OF THE WORLD. NY: Knopf, 1949.
Short stories of SE Asia, including one in the clime of Saigon its French & Vietnamese politics. This was the first book by the author, a noted reporter in SE Asia.

4063. SHAPLEN, Robert. A FOREST OF TIGERS. NY: Knopf, 1956.
Early novel of Americans during the French-Indochina War by this novelist & life-long veteran Asian reporter. He wrote for <<The New Yorker>>, the <<New York Times>>, etc. <<Willson 1036; not in Newman>>.

4064. SHAPLEN, Robert. A TURNING WHEEL. NY: Random House (1979).

4065. SHAPLEN, Robert. BITTER VICTORY. NY: Harper & Row (1986).
Veteran correspondent's account of his return to Viet Nam & Cambodia 10 years after the war.

4066. SHAPLEN, Robert. THE LOST REVOLUTION: The Story of 20 Years of Neglected Opportunities in Vietnam & America's Failure to Foster Democracy There. NY: Harper & Row (1965).
By a veteran correspondent for <<The New Yorker>>, & author of numerous books on SE Asia & the war in Viet Nam.

4067. SHAPLEN, Robert. THE ROAD FROM WAR: Vietnam 1965-1970. NY: Harper & Row (1970).
Pieces written for <<The New Yorker>> by their Asian correspondent.

4068. SHAPLEN, Robert. TIME OUT OF HAND: Revolution & Reaction in Southeast Asia. NY: Harper & Row (1969).
Country-by-country analysis.

4069. SHAPLEN, Robert see also periodical NEW YORKER, 4/22/85.

4070. SHARP, Admiral U.S. Grant. REPORT ON THE WAR IN VIETNAM (as of 1968): Report on Air & Naval Campaigns Against North Vietnam & Pacific Command... Washington: 1968.

4071. SHARP, Admiral U.S. Grant, USN (Retired). STRATEGY FOR DEFEAT: Vietnam in Retrospect.

4072. SHARP & DUNNIGAN PUBLICATIONS, compilers). THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR LIBRARY: Vietnam - The Names, The Deeds. NY: Dell, (1986).
Extracted from the massive 1,100 page book, <<The Congressional Medal of Honor: The Names, the Deeds.>>, published by Sharp & Dunnigan Publications in 1984.

4073. SHAWCROSS, William. SIDESHOW: Kissinger, Nixon & the Destruction of Cambodia. NY: Simon & Schuster (1979).

4074. SHAWCROSS, William. THE QUALITY OF MERCY: Cambodia, Holocaust, & Modern Conscience.

4075. SHEA, Dick. VIETNAM SIMPLY. Coronado, CA: Pro Tem, 1967.

4076. SHEEHAN, Neil. A BRIGHT SHINING LIE: John Paul Vann & America in Vietnam. NY: Random House (1988).
One of the more stunning books about the US in the Viet Nam War, by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Focusing this massive book on one individual, Sheehan creates & conveys much of the feel, attitudes & aura that either infused, or emerged from, our involvement there.

4077. SHEEHAN, Neil. A BRIGHT SHINING LIE: John Paul Vann & America in Vietnam. NY: Random House (1988).
One of the more stunning books about the US in the Viet Nam War, by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Focusing this massive book on one individual, Sheehan creates & conveys much of the feel, attitudes & aura that either infused, or emerged from, our involvement there.

4078. SHEEHAN, Neil. A BRIGHT SHINING LIE: John Paul Vann & America in Vietnam. NY: Vintage (1988).
Stunning book about the US in Viet Nam, by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. Focusing on one individual, Sheehan creates & conveys much of the feel, attitudes & aura that either infused, or emerged from, our involvement there.

4079. SHEEHAN, Neil. AFTER THE WAR WAS OVER: Hanoi & Saigon. NY: Random House, 1992.
An account of Sheehan's 1989 trip to Vietnam. Includes finding old acquaintances in Saigon. Portions appeared in different form in the New Yorker in 1991. By the author of <<A Bright Shining Lie>>.

4080. SHEEHAN, Neil. AFTER THE WAR WAS OVER: Hanoi & Saigon. NY: Vintage, 1993.
An account of Sheehan's 1989 trip to Vietnam. Includes finding old acquaintances in Saigon. Portions appeared in different form in the New Yorker in 1991. By the author of <<A Bright Shining Lie>>.

4081. SHEEHAN, Neil. THE ARNHEITER AFFAIR. NY: Random House (1971).
Mutiny at sea off the coast of Viet Nam, by the author of <<Bright Shining Lie>>.

4082. SHEEHAN, Neil. THE ARNHEITER AFFAIR. NY: Dell, 1973.
Mutiny at sea off the coast of Viet Nam, by the author of <<Bright Shining Lie>>.

4083. SHEEHAN, Neil. THE PENTAGON PAPERS. NY: Quadrangle, 1971.

4084. SHEEHAN, Neil, et al. PENTAGON PAPERS: The Secret History of the Vietnam War. NY: Quadrangle (1971).
Sheehan did the investigative reporting, with the writing done by him, E.W. Kenworthy, Fox Butterfield & Hedrick Smith.

4085. SHEEHAN, Susan. TEN VIETNAMESE. NY: Knopf, 1967.

4086. SHELDON, Walter J. THE RED FLOWER KILL. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1971.

4087. SHELDON, Walter J. TIGERS IN THE RICE: The Story of Vietnam from Ancient Past to Uncertain Future. London: Crowell-Collier, 1969.
Sheldon also wrote the Viet Nam-related novel <<Red Flower Kill>>.

4088. SHELLEY, Martha. CROSSING THE DMZ. Oakland: Womens Press Collective, 1974.
Poetry, anti-war, anti-draft.

4089. SHELLEY, Martha. CROSSING THE DMZ. Oakland: Womens Press Collective, 1974.
Poems, including 'Working on RAT: May 1970' & 'A Letter From Hanoi.' Both are anti-war & anti-draft.

4090. SHELLEY, Rebecca. DU NOUVEAU SUR LE VIETNAM: Je m'Accuse. Colombes, France: Alexis Cary (1967).
Anti-Viet Nam War poetry. Bilingual edition. Shelley is a longtime pacifist/feminist & founder of the Women's International League for Peace & Freedom & sailed with the Ford Peace Ship.

4091. SHEPARD, Elaine. DOOM PUSSY. NY: Trident, 1967.
Straddles fiction/nonfiction line. About pilots in Viet Nam. Not in Newman.

4092. SHEPARD, Elaine. DOOM PUSSY. NY: Trident, 1967.

4093. SHEPARD, Lucius. LIFE DURING WARTIME. NY: Bantam (1987).
A novel of a Central American war, Viet Nam metaphor. <<Willson 1038>>.

4094. SHEPARD, Lucius. LIFE DURING WARTIME. NY: Bantam (1991).
A futuristic novel of a Central American war, Viet Nam metaphor. Originally issued as a trade paperback in 1987. <<Willson 1038>>.

4095. SHEPARD, Lucius. THE JAGUAR HUNTER. Sauk City: Arkham House, 1987.
Haunting echoes of the Viet Nam war in the stories 'Salvador,' 'Mengele' & 'R'n'R'.

4096. SHEPARD, Lucius. THE JAGUAR HUNTER. Surrey: Kerosina, 1988.
Haunting echoes of the Viet Nam war in the stories 'Salvador,' 'Mengele' & 'R'n'R'.

4097. SHEPARD, Lucius. THE JAGUAR HUNTER. NY: Bantam, 1989.
Haunting echoes of the Viet Nam war in the stories 'Salvador,' 'Mengele' & 'R'n'R'.

4098. SHEPARD, Lucius, see also THE YEARS BEST FANTASY edited by Datlow; PLAYBOY Feb 1986; ISAAC ASIMOV'S SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE April 1986, Dec 1987, Aug 1989; THE YEAR'S BEST SCIENCE FICTION edited by Dozois.
Includes short stories 'Delta Sly Honey'; 'Fire Zone Emerald'; 'R'n'R', 'Shades' (Viet Nam vets in post-war Viet Nam, with flashbacks), 'Surrender' (Central America metaphor).

4099. SHEPHERD, George W. RACIAL INFLUENCES ON AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY.

4100. SHERLOCK, John. THE INSTANT SAINT. NY: Morrow, 1965.
Novel of a missionary in SE Asia whose care for the suffering masses may be motivated as much by egotism as by altruism. Not in Newman.

4101. SHERLOCK, John. THE ORDEAL OF MAJOR GRIGSBY. NY: Morrow, 1964.
The author's first novel. Peripheral to Viet Nam, depicting the clash between colonialism & communism in emerging Malaysia, post-WWII, where the British impose a <<unique>> resettlement scheme (quasi-concentration camps) to indoctrinate 1/2 a million people. He also wrote the Viet Nam related novel <<The Instant Saint>>.

4102. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #1: KNIVES IN THE KNIGHT. Ivy Books 1987.

4103. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #2: MAIN FORCE ASSAULT. Ivy Books 1987.

4104. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #3: OUT OF THE FIRE. Ivy Books 1987.

4105. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #4: A ROCK & A HARD PLACE. NY: Ivy Books (1988).

4106. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #5: A NGHU NIGHT FALLS. Ivy Books 1988.

4107. SHERMAN, David. NIGHT FIGHTERS #6: CHARLIE DON'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE. Ivy Books 1989.

4108. SHERMAN, David. THERE I WAS: The War of Corporal Henry J. Morris, USMC. NY: Ivy Books (1989).
A grunt's year in Viet Nam.

4109. SHERMAN, Lewis J., Ph.D & Eugene M. Caffey, Jr.,M.D.,eds. THE VIETNAM VETERAN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY: Collected Materials Pertaining to the Young Veterans.

4110. SHERRILL, Robert. MILITARY JUSTICE IS TO JUSTICE AS MILITARY MUSIC IS TO MUSIC. NY: Harper Row (1970).
Courts martial accounts during the Viet Nam era. DJ by Milton Glaser.

4111. SHERRILL, Robert. MILITARY JUSTICE IS TO JUSTICE AS MILITARY MUSIC IS TO MUSIC. NY: Harper Row (1970).
Courts martial accounts during the Viet Nam era. DJ by Milton Glaser.

4112. SHERROD, Robert see also periodical 'Life' Jan 27, 1967.
Includes a 10-page article he wrote, 'A Monstrous War.'

4113. SHIELDS, Bill. BROADSIDE). POST-VIETNAM STRESS SYNDROME. Second Coming, Vol 17, #3, 1989.
3 poems: 'Disease is Like Death Hanging,' 'And the Pain Just Never Goes Away' & 'Saturday Morning Cartoons'.

4114. SHIELDS, Bill. DRINKING GASOLINE IN HELL. Wichita: Mumbles, 1989.
Poetry, anti-war, anti-draft.

4115. SHIELDS, Bill. NAM: Selected Poems. Long Beach: P.O. Press, 1989.

4116. SHIELDS, Bill. UNTITLED (Poems). Emsworth: Burnt Orphan [1989?].
Folded sheet of 5 poems, edited by Bart Solarczk: 'just the way it is,' my god,' 'they only come out at night,' 'a photo opportunity' & 'in country'.

4117. SHIELDS, Bill. WINNERS & OTHER LOSERS. Emsworth: Burnt Orphan [198?].
8 poems.

4118. SHIELDS, Bill see also HAIGHT ASHBURY LITERARY JOURNAL, (1989).

4119. SHINER, Lewis, see under Dozois, YEARS BEST SCIENCE FICTION: 3rd Annual Collection.
Includes his story 'The War at Home'.

4120. SHOOK, John H. ONE SOLDIER. NY: Bantam (1986).
A memoir re-invented.

4121. SHORE, Moyers S. THE BATTLE FOR KHE SANH. Washington: Headquarters, US Marine Corps, Historical Branch, 1969.
“An official Marine account with the glowing prose of official organs (a new generation of gallant...admirably...thrilling new chapter). Contrast the introductory note with Michael Herr's piece on Khe Sanh in <<Dispatches>>. Still, a detailed & illustrated account.” --Ken Lopez

4122. SHRAKE, Bud. NIGHT NEVER FALLS. NY: Random House (1987).
Novel of an American journalist covering the siege of Dien Bien Phu in 1954.<<Not in Newman>>

4123. SHRAKE, Bud. NIGHT NEVER FALLS. NY: Random House (1987).
Novel of an American journalist covering the siege of Dien Bien Phu in 1954.<<Not in Newman>>

4124. SHULIMSON, Jack & Major Charles Johnson. THE US MARINES IN VIETNAM: The Landing & Buildup 1967. 1978.

4125. SIBNARAYAN, Ray. VIETNAM: Seen From the East & West, An International Symposium.

4126. SIEMER, Thomas. `WARLOVE' THE HYPOCRITE. Columbus: Abbeyhills (1977).
Autobiographical novel about war, w/Viet Nam as backdrop. Not in Newman.

4127. SIHANOUK, Norodom. PRINCE NORODOM SIHANOUK OF CAMBODIA TALKS TO AMERICANS, SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1970.

4128. SIHANOUK, Norodom. WAR & HOPE. NY: Pantheon (1980).
About Cambodia by its former leader.

4129. SIHANOUK, Norodom, as related to Wilfred Burchett. MY WAR WITH THE CIA. NY: Pantheon (1973).

4130. SILKO, Leslie. CEREMONY.
Ostensibly about WWII, it is a commentary on American Indian struggles w/moral issues of Viet Nam being raised.

4131. SILLIPHANT, Stirling. BRONZE BELL. NY: Ballantine, 1985.

4132. SILLIPHANT, Stirling. SILVER STAR. NY: Ballantine (1986).
A vet returns to find the son he had never seen.

4133. SILLIPHANT, Stirling. STEEL TIGER. NY: Ballantine, 1983.

4134. SILVER, Joan & Linda Gottlieb. LIMBO. NY: Viking (1972).
Novel of several families of POW's & MIAs & their attempts to deal with the unknown fates of their husbands.

4135. SIMMEN, Jim. THOSE WHO DARED. NY: Zebra, 1990.

4136. SIMMONS, Edwin H. THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Marines. NY: Bantam, 1987.
Simmons was a Brigadier General in the Marines & served two tours & also wrote a history of the Marine Corps. Well illustrated.

4137. SIMON, Sheldon W. WAR & POLITICS IN CAMBODIA: A Communications Analysis. Durham: Duke University Press, 1874.

4138. SIMONOV, Vladimir. CRIMES OF MAOISTS & THEIR ROUT.

4139. SIMONS, W.E. COERCION IN VIETNAM?. Santa Monica: Rand Corporation, 1969.
Examines the public record of 6 months of 1965 to determine if US air strikes against N. Viet Nam represent attempted coercion. Yes, people got paid to 'study' such questions & life is strange.

4140. SIMPSON, Howard R. THE PARATROOPERS OF THE FRENCH FOREIGN LEGION: From Vietnam to Bosnia. Washington: Brassey’s (1997).
An Association of the United States Army Institute of Land Warfare book.

4141. SIMPSON, Howard R. TIGER IN THE BARBED WIRE: An American in Vietnam, 1952-1991. NY: Brassey's (US), 1992.
By a US Information agency correspondent during the war between the French & Viet Minh, then press advisor to Diem & an advisor to President Khanh in 1964. His account of the early days in which Diem came to power are a vivid primary source account of the era. He also wrote the novel 'To a Silent Valley,' about the French battling the Viet Minh.

4142. SIMPSON, Howard R. TO A SILENT VALLEY. NY: Knopf, 1961.
Early novel of the focusing on the French battling the Viet Minh.

4143. SIMPSON, Ronald. THE RETURN OF COLONEL PHO. Derby: Monarch, 1965.

4144. SINGER, Marilyn. THE FIRST FEW FRIENDS. NY: Harper & Row (1981).

4145. SINGLAUB, John K. w/Malcolm McConnell. HAZARDOUS DUTY: An American Soldier in the Twentieth Century. NY: Summit, 1991.
Extreme right-winger's career, including running a secret war along the Ho Chi Minh Trail, along with experiences in the OSS behind enemy lines in Europe & Asia, CIA operations in postwar Manchuria, then Korea. Includes his work with the Contras.

4146. SINKE, Ralph E.G., Jr. DON'T CRY FOR US. Kingsport: REGS Enterprises (1984).
Self-published poetry, with some prose pieces. Author was a Marine -- first as an enlisted man, then as a Major -- who did two tours in Vietnam, & received five Purple Hearts.

4147. SINOR, Paul. OPERATION BRIGHTEYES. Canton, OH: Daring, 1987.

4148. SINOR, Paul. OPERATION BRIGHTEYES. Canton, OH: Daring, 1987.

4149. SINOR, Paul. OPERATION BRIGHTEYES. NY: Lynx, 1988.

4150. SISK, Robert. WINGS FOR THE VALIANT: Explosive, True Account of America's Combat Helicopter Pilots in Vietnam. Miami: 1989.

4151. SIVARAM, M. THE VIETNAM WAR: Why? Rutland: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1966
An Indian journalists take on the Vietnam War.

4152. SKIMIN, Robert. SOLDIER FOR HIRE #4: BLOODLETTING.

4153. SKIPP, John & Craig Spector. THE SCREAM. NY: Bantam, 1988.
Horror novel, with Viet Nam vets & many references to Viet Nam.

4154. SKOCHLAS, John. A LILAC REBELLION: A Novel of Youth in the Late Sixties. Northampton: Etienne & Damon Corning (1985).
Novel of '60s w/Viet Nam war, the draft & resistance to it as backdrop. Lopez 1990, #1950.

4155. SLATE, William (ed). POWER TO THE PEOPLE: New Left Writings. (NY): Tower (1970).
Includes pieces by Eldridge Cleaver, Robert Allen, Staughton Lynd, David Horowitz, Annette Rubinstein, Mark Naison, Carl Oglesby, Joseph Ferrandino, Kathy McAfee & others on US imperialism, Viet Nam, SDS, Rock culture, the movement & the working class, Black Power, the Black Panthers, the Women's Movement, etc.

4156. SLIVERMAN, Hershel. APRIL 1975: Vietnam Newsreels After `The Times'. (n.p.): (n.p.) (n.d.)

4157. SLOAN, James Park. THE CASE HISTORY OF COMRADE V. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1972.
Not specifically about Viet Nam.

4158. SLOAN, James Park. WAR GAMES. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971.
The author's first novel. One man's small concerns until he has to make an important decision about his actions in the war. <<Newman 100>>.

4159. SLOMICH, Sidney J. THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE. NY: Macmillan, (1971).
"...the American psyche is involved in a long death-oriented fantasy of control & repression." Calls for a human future, freed from the deadly politics of technology, consumerism, industrialism, etc. By a former CIA officer & Army think-tank researcher on strategy in Vietnam.

4160. SMALLEY, Peter. A WARM GUN. London: Deutsch (1972).
Satire of war similar to Viet Nam w/General trying to lay to rest ghost of private killed in the war. Newman 117.

4161. SMITH, Charles. US MARINES IN VIETNAM: High Mobility & Standown, 1969. Washington: 1988.
The end of the Marine commitment & it's withdrawal.

4162. SMITH, George E. P.O.W.: Two Years with the Vietcong. Berkeley: Ramparts, 1971.
A Green Beret's autobiographical account, feeling betrayed by the government & believing the Viet Cong had the hearts of most Vietnamese, he began opposing the war. Relatively scarce hardback.

4163. SMITH, George E. P.O.W.: Two Years with the Vietcong.

4164. SMITH, Gerald L.K. THE KY MYSTERY. Los Angeles: Christian Nationalist Crusade, ca.1970.

4165. SMITH, Harvey H., et al. AREA HANDBOOK FOR NORTH VIETNAM. Washington: USGPO, 1967.

4166. SMITH, Hilary. LIGHTING CANDLES. (Barre): (Northlight Studio) (1988).
Reminiscences of a nurse who worked at Minh-Quy Hospital in the Central Highlands tending the sick & injured Montagnards 1971-1973. Apparently self-published.

4167. SMITH, J. LOOK AWAY, HOLLYWOOD & VIETNAM. 1975.

4168. SMITH, L. Neil. THE WARDOVE. NY: Berkley, 1986.
Science fiction, a Viet Nam war metaphor.

4169. SMITH, Maurice L. WHO CARES. NY: Carlton Press (1968).
Vanity press novel of a black youth fighting in Korea & Viet Nam. The author is a black Viet Nam vet who served in both places. Not in Newman.

4170. SMITH, Mrs. Gordon H. GONGS IN THE NIGHT: Reaching the Tribes of French Indo-China.

4171. SMITH, Mrs. Gordon H. VICTORY IN VIETNAM: Missions Behind the Headlines. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1965.

4172. SMITH, Mrs. Gordon H. VICTORY IN VIETNAM: Missions Behind the Headlines. Good News, 1966.

4173. SMITH, R.B. AN INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Vol I: Revolution Versus Containment, 1955-61. NY: St. Martin's, 1983.

4174. SMITH, R.B. AN INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Vol II: The Struggle for Southeast Asia, 1961-65. NY: St. Martin's, 1985.
This volume focuses on the Kennedy strategy.

4175. SMITH, R.B. AN INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Vol II: The Struggle for Southeast Asia, 1961-65. NY: St. Martin's, 1985.
This volume focuses on the Kennedy strategy.

4176. SMITH, R.B. AN INTERNATIONAL HISTORY OF THE VIETNAM WAR: Vol III: The Making of a Limited War, 1965-66. NY: St. Martin's, 1991.
Explores the Viet Nam War as an American War with an increasing commitment whConsiders american decision-making & evolution of Communist strategy in Moscow, Peking & Hanoi.Relates the war to the wider Asian perspective & shows how China suffered a major setback while Moscow made gains with its commitment to Hanoi.

4177. SMITH, Ralph. VIET-NAM & THE WEST. Ithaca: Cornell U, 1971.

4178. SMITH, Ralph. VIET-NAM & THE WEST. Ithaca: Cornell U, 1971.

4179. SMITH, Richard R. REFLEXES & REFLECTIONS: Vietnam. (Tennyson): Richard's Readers, 1985.
Self-published sketches & portraits of Viet Nam.

4180. SMITH, Richard R. VISIONS & VOICES: Vietnam. (Tennyson): Richard's Readers, 1986.
Sketches & portraits of Viet Nam. <<Newman 750>>.

4181. SMITH, Roy. SHADOW OF THE EAGLE. Cleveland: World (1967).

4182. SMITH, Stephen Phillip. AMERICAN BOYS. NY: Putnam (1975).
Author's first book, about a group of young American soldiers in Viet Nam; subtheme of sustained `admiration for the enemy...who face massive American fire power.' Author also a producer of the TV series `Tour of Duty.' Newman 152. Typo in Lopez 1990, #1952 cites publishing date as 1985.

4183. SMITH, Stephen Phillip. AMERICAN BOYS. NY: Avon (1983).

4184. SMITH, Terrence Lore. GROWNUPS AND LOVERS. Garden City: Doubleday, 1974.
A ‘60s coming of age novel, during the tumult & mayhem of the anti-Vietnam War era in America: “He saw the troops open fire, saw Harry fall, the panic, the running & the screaming. He saw the stadium surrounded by the guard . . . He lifted the bullhorn & screamed into it. “SHUT THE FUCK UP!””

4185. SNEPP, Frank. DECENT INTERVAL. NY: Random House (1977).
Important nonfiction account by a CIA analyst.

4186. SNOW, Edgar. WAR & PEACE IN VIETNAM NY: Marzani & Munsell, nd [ca 1963].

4187. SNOW, Edgar. WAR & PEACE IN VIETNAM NY: Marzani & Munsell, nd [ca 1963].

4188. SNYDER, Don J. FROM THE POINT. NY: Franklin Watts, 1988.

4189. SNYDER, Don J. VETERANS PARK. NY: Franklin Watts, 1987.
Author's first book.

4190. SOBEL, Lester A. (ed). SOUTH VIETNAM: US Communist Confrontation in southeast Asia, 1961-1965. NY: Facts On File, 1966.

4191. SOCHUREK, Howard, see under periodicals, \\National Geographic\\.

4192. SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. ANGRY... FRIGHTENED... OVER VIETNAM??? Then Read This.

4193. SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. BRINKMANSHIP IN SOUTHEAST ASIA.

4194. SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM. THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAM, STRUCTURE & BASIS: (Documents of the First Session of the National Assembly of Reunified Viet Nam June-July 1976). Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1976.

4195. SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET-NAM, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS. THE TRUTH ABOUT VIETNAM-CHINA RELATIONS OVER THE LAST THIRTH YEARS.

4196. SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM PUBLICATION. VIETNAMESE FOLK-TALES: Satire & Humor. Publication data not given.
58 folk tales, illustrated.

4197. SON Truong. A BITTER DRY SEASON FOR THE AMERICANS. Hanoi: 1966.

4198. SONTAG, Susan. TRIP TO HANOI. NY: FSG (1968).

4199. SOUPHANAOUVONG, Prince. SEROUS BANKRUPTCY OF NIXON DOCTRINE IN LAOS: ( On the Occasion of the 26th Annivversary of the Proclamation of Independence of Laos).

4200. SOUTHALL, Rita & Carl L. Shears. THE BLACK LETTERS: Love Letters From a Black Soldier in Viet Nam. Washington: Nuclassics & Science (1972).
Fictional humorous letters home from draftee.

4201. SOVIET-VIETNAMESE FRRIENDSHIP SOCIETY. USSR-VIETNAM: A Lasting Solidarity. Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1972.

4202. SPARKS, Bill. THE LAST TRIUMPHANT TOUR. Phoenix: Manville, 1974.
Poems, including 'Celebrate 1969' & 'To a Short Time Friend'.

4203. SPARROW, Gerald. JAVA WEED. (London): Triton (1968).
Escape novel about three `non-involved' correspondents captured by the Viet Cong. <<Newman 59>>.

4204. SPECTOR, Ronald H. AFTER TET: The Bloodiest Year in Vietnam. NY: Free Press, 1992.
Account by a Marine in Viet Nam, at the time, arguing that the fiercest battles occurred immediately after TET.

4205. SPECTOR, Ronald H. AFTER TET: The Bloodiest Year in Vietnam. NY: Free Press, 1992.

4206. SPENCER, Duncan. FACING THE WALL: Americans at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. 1986.
Photo history of the wall.

4207. SPENCER, Ernest. WELCOME TO VIETNAM, MACHO MAN. np: (Corps Press) (1987).
Autobiographical reflections of a Khe Sanh veteran.

4208. SPETZ, Steven. NUKE HILL. NY: Worldwide, 1987.
Future war novel by the author of 'Rat Pack Six'.

4209. SPETZ, Steven N. RAT PACK SIX. Greenwich: Fawcett Gold Medal (1969).
Early novel of the war about six grunts. Spetz became a Captain in Viet Nam, & resigned with a Purple Heart. <<Not in Newman>>. Scarce.

4210. SPINRAD, Norman. THE MEN IN THE JUNGLE. NY: Leisure, 1967.

4211. SPOCK, Dr. Benjamin & Michael Zimmerman. DR. SPOCK ON VIETNAM. Dell, 1968.

4212. ST. JOHN, David. FESTIVAL FOR SPIES. (NY): Signet/New American Library (1966).
Sexpionage thriller. St. John was a CIA spy. <<Not in Newman; Willson 1070>>.

4213. STAFF MEMBERS OF THE VIETNAM PROJECT, MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (ed). WHAT TO READ ON VIETNAM: A Selected Annotated Bibloigraphy. NY: Institute of Pacific Relations, 1959.

4214. STAFF of the Senate Republican Policy Committee. THE WAR IN VIETNAM: The Text of the Controverisal Republican White Paper. Washington: Public Affairs Press (1967).

4215. STAFF of the Senate Republican Policy Committee. THE WAR IN VIETNAM: The Text of the Controversial Republican White Paper. Ithaca: The Glad Day Press, nd [1967?].
Issued by the small radical press which went on to print many gay works in the 70s.

4216. STAFFORD, Ann. SAIGON JOURNEY. London: Campion (1960).

4217. STAHLER, John F., M.D. A DOCTOR'S VIETNAM DIARY.

4218. STALINIST WORKERS GROUP FOR AFRO-AMERICAN NATIONAL LIBERATION & A NEW COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL. SIHANOUK: A Man to Be Watched. No Place: Stalinist Workers Group, 1973.

4219. STANTON, Shelby L. ANATOMY OF A DIVISION: 1st Cav in Vietnam. Novato: Presidio (1987).
The effectiveness of the 1st Cav analyzed.

4220. STANTON, Shelby L. ANATOMY OF A DIVISION: 1st Cav in Vietnam. 1987.
The airmobile concept as a reality proven in action.

4221. STANTON, Shelby L. GREEN BERETS: U.S. Army Special Forces in Southeast Asia 1956-1975. Novato: Presidio (1985).
Stanton retired after being wounded as a Green Beret in Laos.

4222. STANTON, Shelby L. RANGERS AT WAR: Combat Recon in Vietnam. NY: Orion.
Issued in paperback (1993) as `Rangers at War: LRRPs in Vietnam,' the first complete history of US Army Rangers in Viet Nam.

4223. STANTON, Shelby L. RANGERS AT WAR: LRRPs in Vietnam. NY: Ivy, 1993.
Originally published as `Rangers at War: Combat Recon in Vietnam,' the first complete history of US Army Rangers in Viet Nam.

4224. STANTON, Shelby L. SPECIAL FORCES AT WAR: An Illustrated History, Southeast Asia 1957-1975. Charlottesville: Howell, 1990.
Collection of photos. Includes chapter on Operation White Star in Laos.

4225. STANTON, Shelby L. THE RISE & FALL OF AN AMERICAN ARMY: US Ground Forces in Vietnam 1965-1973. (Novato): Presidio (1985).
Stanton was a Green Beret who retired after being wounded in Laos.

4226. STANTON, Shelby L. US ARMY UNIFORMS OF THE VIETNAM WAR.etnam. Harrisburg: Stackpole (1989).
Pictorial presentation with 400+ black & white photos.

4227. STANTON, Shelby L. VIETNAM ORDER OF BATTLE. NY: 1987.
This is the `bible': a complete illustrated reference to US Army & Allied Ground Forces in Viet Nam.

4228. STANTON, Shelby L. VIETNAM ORDER OF BATTLE. 1987.
A complete illustrated reference to US Army & Allied ground forces, considered by some a 'bible on the subject'.

4229. STAROBIN, Joseph. VIET-NAM FIGHTS FOR FREEDOM: The Record of a Visit to the Liberated Areas of Viet-Nam in March, 1953. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1953.
Scarce account of the Viet Minh before Dien Bien Phu based on the author's visits.

4230. STAROBIN, Joseph R. EYEWITNESS IN INDO-CHINA. NY: Cameron & Kahn (1954).
A Marxist correspondent's report from behind the Viet-Minh lines, the fist such by an American reporter. Uncommon.

4231. STAROBIN, Joseph R. EYEWITNESS IN INDO-CHINA. NY: Cameron & Kahn (1954).
A Marxist correspondent's report from behind the Viet-Minh lines, the first by an American reporter.

4232. STARR, Paul w/James Henry & Raymond Bonner. THE DISCARDED ARMY: Veterans After Vietnam; The Nader Report On Vietnam Veterans & the Veterans Administration. NY: Charterhouse, 1974.
Report for Ralph Nader's Center for Study of Responsive Law. Citique of the VA’s shoddy treatment of Vietnam vets in comparison to veterans of other wars.

4233. STARRY, Don A. ARMORED COMBAT IN VIETNAM. Indpls: 1980.
Detailed armored warfare.

4234. STARRY, Donn A. ARMORED COMBAT IN VIETNAM. NY: Arno, 1980.
By a former General & commander of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment.

4235. STARRY, Donn A. MOUNTED COMBAT IN VIETNAM. Washington: DOA, 1978.
By a former General & commander of the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment.

4236. STAVINS, Ralph, Richard J. Barnet & Marcus G. Raskin. WASHINGTON PLANS AN AGGRESSIVE WAR: A Documented Account of the United States Adventure in Indochina. NY: Random House (1971).

4237. STEEL, Danielle. MESSAGE FROM NAM. NY: Delacorte (1990).
The commodity follows the market, & even the supermarkets can now flog war in it's continuing display of the emptiness of `culture.' Pickles, relish, Viet Nam & MSG.

4238. STEELE, James. RATIONALE FOR WAR IN VIETNAM: The Canadian Minority Judgement in the Fourth Interim Report of the International Commission for Supervision & Control.

4239. STEIN, Jeff. A MURDER IN WARTIME: The Untold Story that Changed the Course of the Vietnam War. NY: St. Martin's, 1992.
Well researched, on the Green Berets charged with killing a double agent in 1969. Stein was an Army intelligence case officer in Viet Nam when this case broke.

4240. STEIN, Jeff. THE VIETNAM FACT BOOK. NY: Dell, 1987.

4241. STEIN, Robert. APOLLYON. (np): Maecenas (1985).
The traumatic experiences of a vet wounded in Viet Nam & his problemmatic return home. By a former Air Force officer there. Not in Newman. Willson 1073.

4242. STEINBECK, John). HAYASHI, Tetsumaro. JOHN STEINBECK & THE VIETNAM WAR (Part I). Muncie: Ball State U, 1986.
Includes some poetry & other miscellaneous material.

4243. STEINBECK, John IV. IN TOUCH. NY: Knopf, 1969.
Account of a year, while we're at war in Viet Nam, his trial for a marijuana bust, driving through the west.

4244. STEINBECK, John IV. IN TOUCH. (London): Andre Deutsch (1969).

4245. STEINBECK, John IV. IN TOUCH. NY: Dell (1970).
Young man’s biographical account of a year, including his time in Vietnam, served in 1966 with the Armed Forces Radio & Television, his trial for a marijuana bust, driving through the west while the war goes on.

4246. STEINKAMP, Orrel N. THE HOLY SPIRIT IN VIETNAM.

4247. STELLA, Charles. BLUE LIGHTNING. NY: Warner (1990).
Novel of the airwar over Viet Nam.

4248. STERN, Kurt & Jeanne. RICEFIELD-BATTLEFIELD.

4249. STEVENS, Paul Drew (ed). THE NAVY CROSS, VIETNAM: Citations of Awards to Men of the United States Navy & the United States Marine Corps 1964-1973. Forest Ranch: Sharp & Dunnigan, 1987.

4250. STEVENS, Robert Warren. VAIN HOPES, GRIM REALITIES: The Economic Consequences of the Vietnam War. NY: New Viewpoints/Franklin Watts, 1976.

4251. STEVENSON, Charles A. THE END OF NOWHERE: American Policy Towards Laos Since 1954. Boston: Beacon Press (1972).

4252. STEWART, Margaret E. AMBIGUOUS VIOLENCE: Myths of Regeneration & Proficiency in US Novels of the Vietnam War. Madison: Center for SE Asian Studies, U of Wisconsin, 1986.

4253. STEWART, Sam. PAYBACK Pocket Books 1988.

4254. STILLMAN, Arthur D. NOTES ON MINORITY POLICIES IN LAOS. Ed. byRobsert L. Solomon. No Information given (apparently issued by the Rand Corporation in 1970).

4255. STOCKDALE, James B. A VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: Ten Years of Reflection. Stanford: Hoover Institution (1984).
Collection of articles & speeches by this retired Vice Admiral. Stockdale was a carrier pilot shot down & captured. He spent 7 years as a POW in Hanoi. He was later president of the Naval War College & then at the Hoover Institution when this book was published. He also co-authored `In Love & War'.

4256. STOCKDALE, Jim & Sybil. IN LOVE & WAR: The Story of a Family's Ordeal & Sacrifice During the Vietnam Years. NY: Harper & Row (1984).

4257. STOFFEY, Bob. CLEARED HOT: A Marine Combat Pilot's Vietnam Diary. NY: St. Martin's, 1993.
Personal memoir by a chopper pilot who did two tours , flying Search & Rescue mission in Viet Nam.

4258. STOKES, Robert S. WALKING WOUNDED. NY: Dell, 1980.

4259. STOLL, Jack. A FATHER IS DYING. NY: New Earth (1978).

4260. STONE, Gerald L. WAR WITHOUT HONOR. (Brisbane): Jacaranda Press (1966).
Scarce. Early critique by an Australian journalist.

4261. STONE, Gerald L. WAR WITHOUT HONOR. (Brisbane): Jacaranda Press (1966).

4262. STONE, I.F. IN A TIME OF TORMENT. London: Jonathan Cape (1968).
Collection of articles on issues of the day (Kennedy, Negro rights, Malcolm X, Viet Nam, Youth, Latin America, etc.).

4263. STONE, I.F. IN A TIME OF TORMENT. NY: Random House (1967).
Collection of articles on issues of the day (Kennedy, Negro rights, Malcolm X, Viet Nam, Youth, Latin America, etc.).

4264. STONE, I.F. POLEMICS & PROPHECIES, 1967-1970. NY: Random House (1970).

4265. STONE, I.F. THE I. F. STONE’S WEEKLY READER. NY: Vintage, (1973).
20 year's work from one of America's few real journalists. Includes McCarthy, the Cold War, race war, poverty, democracy, the Presidents, Latin America, Vietnam.

4266. STONE, Nick. KANE'S WAR. NY: Ivy, 1987.

4267. STONE, Oliver & Richard Boyle. PLATOON & SALVADOR. NY: Vintage (1987).
Two sceenplays. <<Platoon>>, Stone's Viet Nam movie, won the Oscar for Best Picture of the year. <<Salvador>> was Oscar nominee for Best Screenplay.

4268. STONE, Oliver see periodical INTERVIEW.
Photocopied sheets including much edited out of published interview. From the publisher's files these are reported to be the only copy of the entire interview.

4269. STONE, Robert. A FLAG FOR SUNRISE. NY: Knopf, 1981.
A novel of revolution in Central America; the main character spent time in Viet Nam, & his experience there continually colors his actions & attitudes in his current situation.

4270. STONE, Robert. A FLAG FOR SUNRISE. London: Secker & Warburg, 1981.

4271. STONE, Robert. DEEDS OF WAR. London: 1989.
Viet Nam photos, with a Robert Stone introduction.

4272. STONE, Robert. DEEDS OF WAR. 1989.
Viet Nam photos, with a Robert Stone introduction.

4273. STONE, Robert. DOG SOLDIERS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974.
National Book Award winner; a novel of drug smuggling, decay & corruption, partly set in Viet Nam. Newman 144. A prepublication excerpt appeared in the periodical `Place' (see entry elsehere).

4274. STONE, Robert. DOG SOLDIERS.

4275. STONE, Robert. DOG SOLDIERS. London: 1975.

4276. STONE, Robert. HALL OF MIRRORS. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1967.

4277. STONE, Robert, see also EDITORS, BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: Images of War.
This volume focuses on dramatic war photos, with text by Robert Stone.

4278. STONE, Scott C.S. COASTS OF WAR. NY: Pyramid (1966).
The author's first novel, an early classic of combat in Viet Nam, of the U.S. brown water navy patrolling in the Mekong Delta. The author was a vet.

4279. STONE, Scott C.S. SONG OF THE WOLF. NY: Arbor House (1985).
Native American author whose main protagonist, also Native American, becomes a mercenary in Viet Nam.

4280. STONE, Scott C.S. SPIES. NY: St. Martin's (1980).
Native American author.

4281. STONE, Scott C.S. THE COASTS OF WAR. NY: Pyramid (1966).
The author's first novel, an early classic of combat in Viet Nam, of the U.S. brown water navy patrolling in the Mekong Delta. The author was a vet & is a Native American & also wrote <<Song of the Wolf>>.

4282. STONE, Scott C.S. THE DRAGON'S EYE. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1969.

4283. STONE, Tom. ARMSTRONG. NY: Warner Paperback Library, 1973.

4284. STRAHS, James. SEED JOURNAL. NY: Harper & Row (1973).
Personal account by draft dodger.

4285. STRATTON. RICE PADDY NAVY.

4286. STRAUB, Peter. KOKO. NY: Dutton (1988).

4287. STRAUSS. CHANCE & CIRCUMSTANCE.

4288. STRETE, Craig Kee. PAINT YOUR FACE ON A DROWNING IN THE RIVER. NY: Greewillow (1978).
Novel by a Native American writer about two Indian boys, one drafted to Viet Nam.

4289. STRICKLAND, D.A. THE MARCH UPCOUNTRY: Deciding to Bomb Hanoi. Wilmette, IL: Medina University Press International, 1973.

4290. STRIKER, Randy. KEY WEST CONNECTION. NY: Signet, 1981.

4291. STRONG, Anna Louise. CASH & VIOLENCE IN LAOS & VIETNAM. NY: Masses & Mainstream, 1962.
An early account of corruption. A special signed limited edition of 50 copies was published in Switzerland in 1961. Also an edition in China appeared with a 1961 copyright. Mainstream aparently had a few of the wraps issue hardbound (with `A Mainstream Paperback' printed on the DJ)

4292. STRONG, Anna Louise. CASH & VIOLENCE IN LAOS & VIETNAM. NY: Masses & Mainstream, 1962.
Early account of corruption. A special signed limited edition of 50 copies was published in Switzerland in 1961. Also an edition in China appeared with a 1961 copyright. Mainstream apparently had a few copies of this wraps edition hardbound (with `A Mainstream Paperback' printed on the DJ).

4293. STRONG, Anna Louise. CASH & VIOLENCE IN LAOS & VIETNAM. Zurich: 1961.

4294. STRONG, Anna Louise. CASH & VIOLENCE IN LAOS & VIETNAM. NY: Masses & Mainstream, 1962.
Early account of corruption. A special signed limited edition of 50 copies was published in Switzerland in 1961. Also an edition in China appeared with a 1961 copyright. Mainstream apparently had a few copies of this wraps edition hardbound (with `A Mainstream Paperback' printed on the DJ).

4295. STUART, Major R.F. (ed). 3 RAR IN SOUTH VIETNAM: A Record of the Operational Service of the Third Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment in South Vietnam 12th December 1967 - 20th November 1968.

4296. STUDENT ASSOCIATION TO END THE WAR IN VIETNAM. OTTAWA'S COMPLICITY IN VIETNAM. Toronto: SAEWV, ca. 1967.

4297. STUDENT UNION FOR PEACE ACTION. ESCAPE FROM FREEDOM or `I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Canadian'.
Information provided on going to Canada to avoid the draft.

4298. STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY. GI COUNSELING. SDS.
Pamphlet edited by Russ Neufeld.

4299. SUDDICK, Tom. A FEW GOOD MEN. (NY): (Avon) (1978).
Portions were first published in Samisdat.

4300. SUDDICK, Tom. See also \\Samisdat Review #6\\, \\Samisdat #8\\ & Martin Greenberg \\Touring Nam: The Vietnam War Reader\\. \\Willson 1903-05\\.

4301. SUGNET, Chrisopher L. & John T. Hickey VIETNAM WAR BIBLIOGRAPHY. Lexington: D.C. Heath (1983).
Massive bibliography of selections from Cornell University's Echols Collection.

4302. SULLIVAN, Marianna P. FRANCE'S VIETNAM POLICY: A Study in French-American Relations. Westport: Greenwood, 1978.
Concise overview, including the French role in the 1962 Geneva Agreement in respect to Laos.

4303. SULLIVAN, Michael P. THE VIETNAM WAR: A Study in the Making of American Policy. Lexington: U Press of Kentucky, 1985.
The American experience in Viet Nam as an integral part of US foreign policy & international politics processes.

4304. SULLY, Francois (ed), with the assistance of Majorie Weiner Normand. WE THE VIETNAMESE: Voices From Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1971).

4305. SUMMERS, Harry. ON STRATEGY: A Critical analysis of the Vietnam War. Novato: Presidio Press, 1982.
Study of strategy & politics.

4306. SUMMERS, Harry. ON STRATEGY: A Critical analysis of the Vietnam War. NY: Dell Books, 1984.
Study of strategy & politics.

4307. SUMMERS, Harry. VIETNAM WAR ALMANAC. 1985.
An excellent chronology & reference.

4308. SUMMERS, Harry. VIETNAM WAR ALMANAC. 1985.
An excellent chronology & reference.

4309. SUMMERS, Harry G., Jr. ON STRATEGY: The Vietnam War In Context. Carlisle Barracks: Strategic Studies Institute, 1982.
With New Material. Military, sociological, psychological, political, & economic factors in US involvement in Vietnam. A controversial study prior to publication, an effort by a career officer to glean the “lessons” of Vietnam for its implications for the future.

4310. SUMMERS, Harry G., Jr. ON STRATEGY: The Vietnam War In Context. Carlisle Barracks: Strategic Studies Institute, 1981.
Military, sociological, psychological, political, & economic factors in US involvement in Vietnam. A controversial study prior to publication, an effort by a career officer to glean the “lessons” of Vietnam for its implications for the future.

4311. SUMMERS, Harry G., Jr. ON STRATEGY: The Vietnam War In Context. Wash., GPO, 1981
Military, sociological, psychological, political, & economic factors in US involvement in Vietnam. A controversial study prior to publication, an effort by a career officer to glean the “lessons” of Vietnam for its implications for the future.

4312. SUN, Ruth Q. LAND OF SEAGULL & FOX. Rutland: Tuttle (1967).

4313. SUND, Robert. ISH RIVER. SF: North Point, 1983.
Poems.

4314. SUTTLER, David. IV-F: A Guide to Draft Exemption. NY: Grove (1970).
Medical, moral & psychiatric possibilities.

4315. SUTTON, Richard O. OPERATION WHITE STAR. Canton: Daring, 1990.
Novel of a green officer in a Special Forces unit at Fort Bragg sent to Laos. The author participated in this operation.

4316. SWEARINGEN, Rodger & Hammond Rolph. COMMUNISM IN VIETNAM: A Documentary Study of Theory, Strategy & Operational Practices. Chicago: American Bar Association (1967).
The Communist elements influencing & shaping the war in Viet Nam. Produced by the ABA's Standing Committee on Education About Communism & Contrast with Liberty Under Law.

4317. SWEEZY, Paul, Leo Huberman & Harry Magdoff. VIETNAM: The Endless War. NY: Monthly Review (1970).
Articles from the <<Monthly Review>> 1954-1970.

4318. SWINDLE, Howard. ONCE A HERO: The True Story of One Man's Tagic Odyssey From Vietnam to Leavenworth.

4319. SYDNEY, George. FOR THE LOVE OF DYING. NY: Pocket (1969).

4320. SYLVESTER, John, Jr. THE ORDERS & MEDALS OF THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. Privately printed, 1987.

4321. SYLVESTER, John, Jr. THE TRADITIONAL AWARDS OF ANNAM: The Khanh, Boi, Tien & Bai. Privately printed, 1986.

4322. SYNAGOGUE COUNCIL OF AMERICA. `JUDAISM & WORLD PEACE': A Study Conference Sponsoredby the Synagogue Council of America, Columbia University, February 22, 1966 - Adar 2, 5726.

4323. SZYMUSIAK, Moiyda. THE STONES CRY OUT: A Cambodian Childhood, 1975-1980.

4324. TABOULET, Georges. LA GESTE FRACAISE EN INDOCHINE. Tome II. Paris: Adrien Maisonneuve, 1956.
The French in Indochina up to 1914.

4325. TAGGART, Donald. REUNION OF THE 108TH. Garden City: Doubleday, 1967.
Novel of WWII vets reunion 20 years after the war; Viet Nam is a contentious subject arising repeatedly. Peripheral but interesting.

4326. TAKMAN, John. VIETNAM - OCKUPANTERNA OCH FOLKET.

4327. TANHAM, George K. COMMUNIST REVOLUTIONARY WARFARE: From the Vietminh to the Viet Cong.

4328. TANHAM, George K. WAR WITHOUT GUNS: American Civilians in Rural Vietnam. NY: Praeger (1966).
Tanham was AID Director of Provincial Operations in Viet Nam in 1964. Outlines Viet Cong threats & the aims of the rural development program. Includes first-hand reports of three other AID workers, by Robert Warne, Earl Young & William Nighswonger assessing the person-to-person impact of U.S. assistance in the villages of Vietnam. Tanham also wrote <<Communist Guerilla Warfare>>.

4329. TANZER, Lester (ed THE KENNEDY CIRCLE. Washington: Luce (1961).
Articles by David Wise, McGrory, Bagdikian, et al, on Sorensen, Bundy, Rostow, Salinger, O'Brien, Rusk, McNamara, Goldberg, Udall & others in the Camelot crew, many of whom shaped Viet Nam war policy.

4330. TATE, Donald. BRAVO BURNING. NY: Scribner's (1986).
Understated dark-humor novel of the Viet Nam war by this Ernie Pyle Memorial Award winner. Author's first book. <<Newman 372>>.

4331. TAUBER, Peter. THE LAST BEST HOPE. NY: HBJ (1977).
Novel of the '60s & the war, the moral & political turbulence of those times. The author's second book, his first novel. Newman 170.

4332. TAUBER, Peter. THE SUNSHINE SOLDIERS. NY: Simon & Schuster (1971).
Personal account of basic training during the war.

4333. TAUBER, Peter. THE SUNSHINE SOLDIERS. NY: Ballantine, 1972.
Account of Army Reserve training in 1971, focusing on a group who joined to avoid the draft.

4334. TAYLOR, Barry. SHADOW TIGER. NY: Warner, 1990.
An assassin is killing the top CIA guys in 1963 Saigon & the CIA hires an old OSS pal to nail him.

4335. TAYLOR, C.P. GAY PLAYS: Volume Two. London: Methuen, 1986.
Includes the play 'Lies About Vietnam'.

4336. TAYLOR, Charles D. SHOW OF FORCE. NY: St. Martin's, 1980.

4337. TAYLOR, Charles D. SHOW OF FORCE. NY: Charter, 1981.

4338. TAYLOR, Clyde (ed). VIETNAM AND BLACK AMERICA: An Anthology of Protest and Resistence. Garden City: Anchor (1973).

4339. TAYLOR, Gordon O. AMERICAN PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF THE WAR IN VIETNAM. Duke University Press, May 1980.

4340. TAYLOR, Gordon O. (ed), see also the periodical GENRE, 1988.

4341. TAYLOR, John M. GENERAL MAXWELL TAYLOR: The Sword & the Pen. NY: Doubleday, 1989.
Significant portions of this book related to Taylor's numerous roles vis-a-vis Viet Nam. The author is the General's son.

4342. TAYLOR, Laura. HONORBOUND. NY: Franklin Watts, 1988.
Subtitled 'A novel of love & courage of America & Vietnam'.

4343. TAYLOR, Maxwell D. PRECARIOUS SECURITY. NY: Norton, 1976.
The General's views on national security in the aftermath of Viet Nam (little on the war itself).

4344. TAYLOR, Maxwell D. SWORDS & PLOWSHARES. NY: Norton, 1972.

4345. TAYLOR, Maxwell D. SWORDS & PLOWSHARES. NY: Da Capo, 1990.

4346. TAYLOR, Maxwell D. THE UNCERTAIN TRUMPET. NY: Harper (1960).
Analysis of US defense deficiencies & insider account by this former Army Chief of Staff.

4347. TAYLOR, Telford. NUREMBURG & VIETNAM: An American Tragedy. Chicago: Quadrangle (1970).
Viet Nam & the question of `war crimes' by the former Chief Counsel at Nuremburg.

4348. TAYLOR, Thomas. A COUNTRY SUCH AS THIS.

4349. TAYLOR, Thomas. A PIECE OF THIS COUNTRY. NY: Norton (1970).
The author's second book, a novel (written by a white) about a black sergeant in Viet Nam whose questions & conflicting loyalties epitomize the era. <<Newman 85>>.

4350. TAYLOR, Thomas. A PIECE OF THIS COUNTRY. Markham, Canada: Paperjacks (1984).
The author's second book, a novel (written by a white) about a black sergeant in Viet Nam whose questions & conflicting loyalties epitomize the era. Taylor commanded a Special Forces paratroop company in Viet Nam. <<Newman 85>>.

4351. TAYLOR, Thomas. A-18. NY: Crown (1967).
About a Special Forces strike in North Viet Nam. The author's first novel, one of the scarce, early novels of the war. Taylor commanded a Special Forces paratroop company in Viet Nam. <<Newman 39>>.

4352. TAYLOR, Thomas. WHERE THE ORANGE BLOOMS: One Man's War & Escape in Vietnam.
About a Vietnamese soldier who served with the 101st Airborn & was captured, & escaped to the US.

4353. TEED, Jack. GUNSHIPS #1: The Killing Zone. (NY): Zebra (1981).
A thriller, of a Special Forces Colonel & his `hand-picked squad of mongrels...destined to die with him in the rotting swamps...' When the swamps don’t rot, they steam.

4354. TEED, Jack. GUNSHIPS #2: Fire Force. (NY): Zebra (1982).
Yet another journey into the war-torn hell of Viet Nam. Makes you wonder what keeps ‘em coming back, series after series.

4355. TEED, Jack. GUNSHIPS #3: Cobra Kill. (NY): Zebra Books (1984).

4356. TEED, Jack. GUNSHIPS #4: SKY FIRE. Zebra Books 1986.

4357. TEED, Jack. NEEDLEPOINT. (London): Star (1984).

4358. TEED, Jack Hamilton. GUNSHIPS: The Killing Zone. (London): Star (1981).
A thriller, of a Special Forces Colonel & his `hand-picked squad of mongrels...destined to die with him in the rotting swamps...'

4359. TEED, Jack Hamilton. GUNSHIPS: The Killing Zone. (London): Star (1981).
A thriller, of a Special Forces Colonel & his `hand-picked squad of mongrels...destined to die with him in the rotting swamps...'

4360. TERMAN, Douglas. FIRST STRIKE. NY: Scribner's (1979).
A thriller involving a Viet Nam vet trying to regain his life & self-respect, who becomes involved in international espionage, & is pursued by both the CIA & KGB as he tries to stop WWIII. This book originally appeared in substantially different form, according to the publisher, under the title <<The Three Megaton Gamble>>. Not in Newman. <<Willson 1115>>.`Enough to scare the eyeballs out of any reader...' --Ernest K. Gann

4361. TERMAN, Douglas. FIRST STRIKE. NY: Pocket (1980).

4362. TERRY, Megan. VIET ROCK: Four Plays. NY: Simon & Schuster (1967).
This also appeared in the `Tulane Drama Review,' Fall 1966. <<Newman 697>>.

4363. TERRY, Wallace. BLOODS: An Oral History of the Vietnam War by Black Veterans. NY: Random House (1984).

4364. TERZANI, Tizianao. GIAI PHONG!: The Fall & Liberation of Saigon. NY: St. Martin's (1976).
First-hand dramatic account of Viet Nam during & after the US collapse by this reporter for <<Der Spiegel>> whose reports on the takeover at Doc Lap Palace were the first news bulletins out of the new Viet Nam.

4365. THACKER, Jada. FINALLY, THE PAWN. NY: Avon (1986).
Novel of foot soldiers in Viet Nam & a short-timer faced with a new CO with plans of glory in taking Charlie Ridge. <<Newman 374>>.

4366. THAI Van Kiem. AY PAYS DU NENUPHAR: Contes et Legends du Viet-Nam et d'ailleurs.

4367. THAI Van Kiem. VIET-NAM: d'hier et d'aujourd'hui. Saigon: Commercial Transworld, 1956.
An Educational Ministry publication, with many b/w photos. A period piece.

4368. THAYER, Carlyle A. WAR BY OTHER MEANS: National Liberation & Revolution in Viet-Nam 1954-60. Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1989.
Extensive background & account of the early development of the NLF. Argues that the Communist resumption of struggle in the south was a reluctant one.

4369. THAYER, Carlyle A. & David G. Marr. VIETNAM SINCE 1975: Two Views From Australia. Centre for the Study of Australia-Asia Relations (no place or date given by source).

4370. THAYER, Philip W. (ed). SOUTHEAST ASIA IN THE COMING WORLD.

4371. THE REPORTER. VIETNAM: Why. A Collection of Reports & Comment from The Reporter. No Place: The Reporter Magazine Company, 1966.

4372. THEE, Marek. NOTES OF A WITNESS: Laos & the Second Indochinese War. NY: Random House (1973).
A former Polish delegate to the ICC tells how the US first became involved.

4373. THEIS. WHEN GOVERNMENTS COLLIDE.

4374. THEROUX, Joseph. BLACK COCONUTS, BROWN MAGIC. Garden City: Doubleday, 1983.
Author's 1st book, about a battle-weary American doctor who seeks refuge in Samoa. <<Not in Newman>>.

4375. THEROUX, Paul. SAINT JACK. Boston: Houghton Miflin, 1973.
Novel set in Malaysia during the war, on the periphery of the Viet Nam war.

4376. THICH NHAT Hahn. THO VIET NAM. (Santa Barbara): (Unicorn Press) (1967,68).
Poems about the wounds of the Vietnam War. Calligraphic design by Vo-Dinh. An uncommon item. Not in Newman.

4377. THICH NHAT Hanh. FOR WARMTH. Berkeley: Parallax, 1989.
Not specifically about Viet Nam, but a poem `printed to honor the life & teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh,' a poem which refers to his struggle `to prevent my sould from leaving me in anger.' A significant Buddhist figure in the antiwar movement who later became an important `New Age' figure.

4378. THICH Nhat Hanh. MINDFULNESS MUST BE ENGAGED. (np): Okeanos, 1991.

4379. THICH Nhat Hanh. THE CRY OF VIETNAM: Three Voices that Cannot be Silenced. The Compassionate Arts of the fellowship of Reconciliation, no date.

4380. THICH, Nhat Hanh. THE PINE TREE. Fredonia: White Pine Press, 1988.
Short stories.

4381. THICH Nhat Hanh. VIETNAM: Lotus in a Sea of Fire. NY: Hill & Wang, 1967.
Quite a bit scarcer than the common wraps issue.

4382. THICH Nhat Hanh. VIETNAM: Lotus in a Sea of Fire. NY: Hill & Wang, 1967.
A short Buddhist proposal for peace by this poet & antiwar activist.

4383. THICH Nhat Hanh. VIETNAM PEACE PROPOSALS. (Berkeley): World Without War Council) (1967).

4384. THICH Nhat Hanh. VIETNAM POEMS. 1972.

4385. THICH NHAT Hanh. VIETNAM: The Lotus in the Sea of Fire. London: SCM Press (1967).
A spiritual leader of the `Third Force' tells history of Buddhism in Viet Nam in the context of the current struggle; Nhat Hanh's friend & fellow monk Thich Quang-Duc died by self-immolation in 1966.

4386. THICH Nhat Hanh see also periodical UNMUZZLED OX.

4387. THICH NHAT Hanh & Vo-Dinh. THE CRY OF VIETNAM. Santa Barbara: Unicorn (1968).
Poetry & drawings about Viet Nam & the war, printed by Noel Young. <<Newman 630>>.

4388. THICH NHAT Hanh & Vo-Dinh. THE CRY OF VIETNAM. (Santa Barbara): Unicorn (1968,71).

4389. THICH Thien-An. BUDDHISM & NATIONALISM IN VIETNAM

4390. THIRD CONGRESS OF THE VIET NAM FATHERLAND FRONT. (DOCUMENTS). Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1972.
Documents from the Third Congress held in Hanoi, December 1971.

4391. THOMAS, Leslie. ONWARD VIRGIN SOLDIERS. NY: NAL (1972).
Novel of British soldiers in Hong Kong, Viet Nam war as backdrop.

4392. THOMAS, Liz. DUST OF LIFE: A Young Nurse's Heroic Mission to Help the Children of Vietnam. NY: Dutton (1977).
Story of a young British nurse in Viet Nam in 1972. She stayed with her children in Saigon after the American exodus.

4393. THOMAS, Lorenzo. FRAMING THE SUNRISE. No place: Sun Be/Am Associates (1975).

4394. THOMAS, Lorenzo. THE BATHERS. NY: Reed, 1981.
Poems.

4395. THOMAS, Ross. CHINAMAN'S CHANCE. NY: Simon & Schuster (1978).
A thriller by the master of espionage, partly set in Viet Nam. <<Not in Newman or Willson>>.

4396. THOMPSON, James C. ROLLING THUNDER: Understanding Policy & Program Failure. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina, 1980.

4397. THOMPSON, Leroy. ELITE UNIT INSIGNIA OF THE VIETNAM WAR: An Illustrated Reference Guide for the Collector. London: 1986.

4398. THOMPSON, Leroy. THE US ARMY IN VIETNAM. Devon: David & Charles, 1990.
Well-written account of the US Army in Viet Nam with excellent selection of photos.

4399. THOMPSON, Leroy. UNIFORMS OF THE INDO-CHINA & VIETNAM WARS. Poole: 1984.

4400. THOMPSON, Leroy. US ELITE FORCES -- VIETNAM. (Carrollton): Squadron/Signal (1985).
Provides a concise history & missions of various units, plus clothing, weaponry, etc, involved. Many photos & illustrations. Thompson has written other books on uniforms & insignia.

4401. THOMPSON, Leroy. US ELITE FORCES -- Vietnam. Carrollton: Squadron/Signal, 1985.
Black & white photos. Illustrated by Kevin Wormkey.

4402. THOMPSON, Robert. DEFEATING COMMUNIST INSURGENCY.

4403. THOMPSON, Robert. DEFEATING COMMUNIST INSURGENCY: The Lessons of Malaya & Vietnam.

4404. THOMPSON, Robert. NO EXIT FROM VIETNAM. NY: McKay, 1970,'71.
Recommendations by the author to Nixon based on analysis of how US policy went wrong.

4405. THOMPSON, Robert. PEACE IS NOT AT HAND. NY: David McKay, 1974.

4406. THOMPSON, Virginia. FRENCH INDOCHINA.

4407. THOMPSON, Virginia & Richard Adloff. THE LEFT WING IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. NY: Institute of Pacific Relations/William Sloane Associates (1950).
Survey of nationalism & Marxism in Indochina, Thailand, Burma, Malaya & Indonesia.

4408. THOMPSON, W. Scott & Donaldson D. Frizzell, eds. THE LESSONS OF VIETNAM.

4409. THOMSON, James C. Jr., Peter W. Stanley & John Curtis Perry. SENTIMENTAL IMPERIALISTS: The American Experience in East Asia. NY: Harper (1981).

4410. THORIN, Duane. A RIDE TO PANMUJOM. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1956.
Not a Viet Nam novel, but Korean POW novel; Thorin was basis for Michener's protagonist in Bridges of Toko-Ri.

4411. THORNBERG, Newton. CUTTER & BONE. NY: Fawcett Popular Library, 1977.

4412. THORNBERG, Newton. CUTTER & BONE. NY: Popular Library, 1977.

4413. THORPE, Stephen. WALKING WOUNDED: A Novel of Recovery. Garden City: Doubleday, 1980.
Author's first novel, about two wounded vets. The author is a vet.

4414. THU, Hai. NORTH VIET NAM AGAINST THE U.S. AIR FORCE. Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1967.

4415. TICK, Edward. ON SACRED MOUNTAIN.

4416. TIEDE, Tom. CALLEY: Soldier or Killer? NY: Pinnacle (1971).
Tiede also wrote the novel <<Coward>>.

4417. TIEDE, Tom. CALLEY: Soldier or Killer? NY: Pinnacle (1971).

4418. TIEDE, Tom. CALLEY: Soldier or Killer? NY: Pinnacle (1971).
Tiede also wrote the novel <<Coward>>.

4419. TIEDE, Tom. COWARD. NY: Trident (1968).
Author's scarce first novel, of a draftee in Viet Nam refusing to fight a war he doesn't believe in. Tiede was a reporter in Viet Nam. <<Newman 60>>.

4420. TIEDE, Tom. COWARD. NY: Pocket (1968).
Novel of a draftee in Viet Nam refusing to fight a war he doesn't believe in. Tiede was a reporter in Viet Nam. The author's first novel. <<Newman 60>>.

4421. TIEDE, Tom. COWARD. NY: Pocket (1968).
Novel of a draftee in Viet Nam refusing to fight a war he doesn't believe in. Tiede was a reporter in Viet Nam. The author's first novel. <<Newman 60>>.

4422. TIEDE, Tom. YOUR MEN AT WAR.
Scarce.

4423. TIERNEY, Lisa (ed). VOICES IN THE TREES: The Washington Anthology. Seattle: Evergreen Publishing, 1989.
Includes the short story 'Savits' Right War' by Don D. Masters.

4424. TILFORD, Earl H., Jr. SETUP: What the Air Force Did in Vietnam & Why?. Maxwell AFB: Air University Press, 1991.
Scathing critique by a retired officer, arguing the Air Force was incapable of devising an appropriate strategy for the Viet Nam War & set up for defeat by its own intellectually ossified leadership, its history & institutional values.

4425. TINDALL, Kenneth. THE BANKS OF THE SEA.

4426. TINGAY, Tom. NIGHT OF THE RUKH. Salisbury: Graham, 1975.

4427. TIPTREE, James, Jr (pseudonym). TEN THOUSAND LIGHT-YEARS FROM HOME. NY: Ace, 1973.
Includes the Viet Nam War-related story 'Beam Us Home'.

4428. TIPTREE, James, Jr (pseudonym). TEN THOUSAND LIGHT-YEARS FROM HOME. NY: Ace, 1978.
Includes the Viet Nam War-related story 'Beam Us Home'.

4429. TITLE. ABOVE & BEYOND: A History of the Medal of Honor From the Civil War to Vietnam. Boston: 1985.
Chronological listings of recipients.

4430. TITLE. ABUSED VIETNAMESE VIRGINS. NY: Star Distributors, 1984.
Pornography.

4431. TITLE. AGGRESSION FROM THE NORTH. 1965.

4432. TITLE. ANATOMY OF AN UNDECLARED WAR: Congressional Conference on the Pentagon Papers.

4433. TITLE. BOUND CAPTIVE. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4434. TITLE. CAMPAIGN FOR PEACE IN VIETNAM: Vietnam, War Without End?. Crafters, Australia: The Campaign, ca. 1967.

4435. TITLE. COMBAT BUDDY/VIETCONG PRISONERS. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography. 2 novels in 1.

4436. TITLE. CONG RAPE SQUAD. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4437. TITLE. DISTANT STARS. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1976.

4438. TITLE. HELPFUL HINTS FOR PERSONNEL ORDERED TO VIETNAM.

4439. TITLE. HISTORY OF 1ST CAVALRY. 1970.

4440. TITLE. I DIDN'T RAISE OUR SON TO BE A SOLDIER. Chicago: Playboy, 1972.
Cartoons.

4441. TITLE. INDEPENDENCE & PEACE FOR THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE! Hanoi: 1966

4442. TITLE. INFANTRY STUD. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4443. TITLE. JUNGLE RAPE SQUAD. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4444. TITLE. L'AGGRESSION COMMUNISTE CONTRE LA REPUBLIQUE DU VIET-NAM. Saigon: 1964.

4445. TITLE. LE TAT DIEU. Inkdrops, nd.
Collection of children's moral tales, translated by James Banerian.

4446. TITLE. MERCENARY STUD SQUAD. NY: Star Distributors, 1985.
Pornography.

4447. TITLE. NURSE PRISONERS OF THE CONG. NY: Star Distributors, 197?.
Pornography.

4448. TITLE. PILOT TORTURE. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4449. TITLE. POCKET GUIDE TO OKINAWA.

4450. TITLE. POCKET GUIDE TO VIETNAM.

4451. TITLE. POW IN CHAINS. NY: Star Distributors, 1984.
Pornography.

4452. TITLE. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN VIETNAM. Washington: 1967.
Reprint of a Marine Corps mongraph detailing tacitical lessons, nature of the enemy, aviation, communications & logisitics.

4453. TITLE. REAR ATTACK. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4454. TITLE. SAIGON MEMOIRS. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4455. TITLE. SAIGON MEMOIRS. NY: Star Distributors, 1987.
Pornography. 'Buddy Books'.

4456. TITLE. SAIGON ORPHAN'S TORMENT. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4457. TITLE. SOLDIERS OF LUST. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4458. TITLE. SPIRIT OF THE LAND: Cuban Photographs of Vietnam. SF: Peoples Press, 1972.

4459. TITLE. STORY OF THE 1st AIR CAV DIVISION SERVING IN VIETNAM. 1967.

4460. TITLE. TEEN SEX SLAVES OF SAIGON. NY: Star Distributors, 1984.
Pornography.

4461. TITLE. TERRAIN FLYING.

4462. TITLE. THE AVAILABLE/PEN SHORT STORY COLLECTION. NY: Ballantine, 1985.
Intro by Anne Tyler. Includes Pat Ellis Taylor's 'A Call From Brotherland' & Edmund Keeley's 'Cambodian Diary 1979: The Second Death'.

4463. TITLE. THE CAPTAIN'S WILLING SEX SLAVES. NY: Star Distributors, 1979.
Pornography, war horrors.

4464. TITLE. THE IVORY COMB, see under Giai Phong Publishing.

4465. TITLE. THE PENTAGON PAPERS TRIAL. LA: Pentagon Papers Peace Project (1972).

4466. TITLE. THE PEOPLE OF VIETNAM WILL TRIUMPH! The US Aggressors Will Be Defeated! -- A Collection of Chinese Art Works in Support of the Vietnamese People's Struggle. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1966.

4467. TITLE. THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE: Words of War; An Anthology of Vietnam War Literature. Boston: Boston Publishing, 1988.

4468. TITLE. `THE VIETNAM PACKET.' Belmont, MA: (Western Islands) (1967).

4469. TITLE. THE WAR BOOK. London: Rupert Hart-Davis (1969).
Collection of science fiction stories involving war, & moral questions raised by Viet Nam in particular. Contributors include Thomas Disch, Donald Barthelme, Freerick Brown, George MacBeth, Fritz Leiber, Henry Kuttner, Algis Budrys & others.

4470. TITLE. THE WOOD GROUSE. Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1968.
Lao short stories.

4471. TITLE. VICTIM OF RAPE. NY: Star Distributors, 1979.
Pornography.

4472. TITLE. VICTIMS OF THE CONG. NY: Star Distributors, 197?.
Pornography.

4473. TITLE. VIET CONG RAPE RAIDERS. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4474. TITLE. VIET CONG SLAVE CAMP. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4475. TITLE. VIET CONG VICTIMS. NY: Star Distributors, 1982.
Pornography.

4476. TITLE. VIET NAM: A Sketch.

4477. TITLE. VIET NAM: THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM.

4478. TITLE. VIET-NAM DATE BOOK.

4479. TITLE. VIETNAM ERA VETERAN--AN ANTHOLOGY. Volume 1.

4480. TITLE. VIETNAM REALITIES.

4481. TITLE. VIETNAM: The Forgotten Veterans.

4482. TITLE. VIETNAM & THE LIBERALS: A Symposium

4483. TITLE. VIETNAMESE PLEASURE GIRLS. NY: Star Distributors, 1983.
Pornography.

4484. TITLE. WOMAN TO WOMAN: A Book of Poems & Drawings by Women. Oakland: Woman to Woman [196?].
Poems include 'Vietnamese Woman Speaking to an American soldier' & We Rise Up, We Rise Up Angry, We Rise Up Together'.

4485. TITLE. WORTHY DAUGHTERS & SONS OF LAO PEOPLE. [Laos]: Neo Lao Haksat Publications, 1966.
Lao short stories.

4486. TO, Ngo Tat. WHEN THE LIGHT IS OUT. Hanoi: Foreign Language Publishing House, 1983.
Revised edition of a book written in 1930, with 8 pages of photos from the movie made in 1981. The story of a young peasant couple suffering from a poll tax.

4487. TODD, Forrest Earl. THE PAWNS.

4488. TODD, Oliver. CRUEL APRIL: The Fall of Saigon. NY: Norton (1990).

4489. TOLLEFSON, James W. THE STRENGTH NOT TO FIGHT: An Oral History of Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam War. Boston: Little, Brown (1993).

4490. TOLSON, John J. AIRMOBILITY IN VIETNAM: Helicopter Warfare in Southeast Asia. NY: Arno (1981).
Wraps issue was being listed @45. dollars in 1990.

4491. TOLSON, Lt. Gen. Joh J. AIRMOBILITY IN VIETNAM: Helicopter Warfare in Southeast Asia. NY: Arno, 1981.

4492. TONER, Michael. See periodical \\Four Quarters\\.
FOUR QUARTERS NOT LISTED IN HERE.

4493. TONI, A.M. THE BUFFALO DOCTOR. Phila: Dorrance, 1969.

4494. TOPHAM, J. (ed). POEMS OF THE VIETNAM WAR. Claymont: American Poetry Press, 1980.

4495. TOPHAM, J. (ed). VIETNAM HEROES II: The Tears of a Generation; An Anthology of Poems & Prose by Veterans & Their Friends. NY: American Poetry Press, 1984.

4496. TOPHAM, J. (ed). VIETNAM HEROES III: That We Have Peace; An Anthology of Poems by Veterans of Vietnam. Phila: American Poetry Press, 1984.

4497. TOPHAM, J. (ed). VIETNAM LITERATURE ANTHOLOGY. Phila: American Poetry & Literature, 1990.
Poetry by 11 authors.

4498. TOPHAM, J. (ed). VIETNAM LITERATURE ANTHOLOGY: A Balanced Perspective. NY: American Poetry & Literature, 1984.
3 views of Viet Nam & a chapter from a New Novel by Jack Strahan, Peter Hollenbeck & R.L. Barth.

4499. TOPOL, B.H. A FISTFUL OF EGO. Great Neck: Todd & Honeywell, 1985.

4500. TOPOL, B.H. A FISTFUL OF EGO. NY: Critic's Choice, 1987.

4501. TOURISON, Sedgwick D. TALKING WITH VICTOR CHARLIE: An Interrogator's Story. NY: Ivy, (1991).
The author served with Combined Interrogation Center in Viet Nam.

4502. TOURNAIRE, Helene. LIVRE JAUNE DU VIET-NAM.

4503. TOWNSEND, Peter. THE GIRL IN THE WHITE SLIP. NY: HRW (1981).
Nonfiction about boat people.

4504. TOYE. LAOS: Buffer State or Battleground. London: Oxford Univ Press, 1968.

4505. TRAGER, Frank N. WHY VIETNAM?. NY: Praeger, 1967.

4506. TRAN Buu Kiem. PRINCIPALES (sic) & MAIN CONTENT OF AN OVERALL SOLUTION TO THE SOUTH VIETNAM PROBLEM TO HELP RETORE PEACE IN VIETNAM. Havana: Embassy of National Liberation Front for Liberation of South Vietnam in Cuba (1969).

4507. TRAN Buu Kiem. PRINCIPLES & MAIN CONTENT OF AN OVERALL SOLUTION TO THE SOUTH VIETNAM PROBLEM TO HELP RETORE PEACE IN VIETNAM: (Excerpts from the Statement of Mr Tran Buu Kiem at the 16th Plenary Session of the Paris Conference on Vietnam May 8, 1969). (no information given)

4508. TRAN Buu Kiem. STATEMENT BY COMRADE TRAN BUU KIEM, CHIEF OF THE DELEGATION OF THE SOUTH VIET NAM NATIONAL FRONT FOR LIBERATION AT THE SIXTEENTH PLENARY SESSION OF THE PARIS CONFERENCE ON VIET NAM (MAY 8, 1969). (no information given; appaerently published by OSPAAAL in Havana).

4509. TRAN Van Dinh. BLUE DRAGON, WHITE TIGER. Philadelphia: TriAm, 1983.
Second novel by this Vietnamese writer, about Tet. <<Newman 263>>.

4510. TRAN Van Dinh. NO PASSENGER ON THE RIVER. NY: Vantage (1965).
Very early Viet Nam novel, a vanity press publication. <<Newman 5; Willson 1134>>.

4511. TRAN Van Dinh. NO PASSENGER ON THE RIVER. NY: Vantage (1965).
Very early Viet Nam novel. <<Newman 5; Willson 1134>>.

4512. TRAN Van Dinh. THE WAY HE LIVED: The Story of Nguyen Van Troi. Told by his Widow Phan Thu Quyen. Colombo: Afro-Asian Writers' Bureau, 1966.

4513. TRAN Van Dinh see also periodical NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, 11/89.

4514. TRAN Van Don. OUR ENDLESS WAR: Inside Vietnam. San Rafael: Presidio (1978).

4515. TRAN Van Tung. VIET-NAM.

4516. TRAN-KHANH-TUYET. THE LITTLE WEAVER OF THAI-YEN VILLAGE. SF: Children's Book Press, 1987.
Revision of the 1977 children's book, in both English & Vietnamese.

4517. TRANH Hai. FAITHFUL COMRADES.

4518. TRAVEN, B. Der Wobbly Berlin, Buchmeisterverlag GmbH, (1928).
This copy is in the deluxe format, which was issued in an edition of 100 signed and numbered copies, but is out-of-series and neither numbered or signed. Patric O'Brien is a pseudonym of Asger Jorn. Text in English, German, Danish, Swedish, etc. Reproduces documents of and news reports about the doings of the Situationist International from 1957 to 1970.

4519. TREGASKIS, Richard. CHINA BOMB. NY: Ives Washburn (1967).
Viet Nam war as backdrop, partly set in Southeast Asia during the war.

4520. TREGASKIS, Richard. VIETNAM DIARY. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1963).
`Extremely scarce state of an important title.' Lopez '91.

4521. TREGASKIS, Richard. VIETNAM DIARY. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1963).
Early personal narrative, by the author of `Guadalcanal Diary' -- an experienced journalist who swallowed the Defense Department nonsense & cover-ups. <<Pratt>>.

4522. TREGASKIS, Richard. VIETNAM DIARY. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1963).
Early personal narrative, by the author of `Guadalcanal Diary' -- an experienced journalist who swallowed the Defense Department nonsense & cover-ups. <<Pratt>>.

4523. TREGASKIS, Richard. VIETNAM DIARY. NY: Holt Rinehart Winston (1963).
Early personal narrative, by the author of `Guadalcanal Diary' -- an experienced journalist who swallowed the Defense Department nonsense & cover-ups. <<Pratt>>.

4524. TREGASKIS, Richard. VIETNAM DIARY. NY: Popular Library (1966).
An early personal diary by an experienced journalist (Guadalcanal Diary, etc) who swallowed the Defense Department's official line. Winner of the George Polk Award.

4525. TREMBLAY, Bill. A TIME FOR BREAKING: May 1970. (Amherst): (Bill Tremblay) (1970).

4526. TREMBLAY, Bill. CRYING IN THE CHEAP SEATS. Amherst: U of Mass (1971).
Poetry, including his long poem `A Time for Breaking,' about the antiwar protests surrounding the invasion of Cambodia & the killings at Kent State.

4527. TREMBLAY, Bill. CRYING IN THE CHEAP SEATS. n.p.: U of Mass (1971).
Poetry, including his long poem `A Time for Breaking,' about the anti-Vietnam War protests surrounding the invasion of Cambodia & the killings at Kent State.

4528. TREMBLY, Diane L., M.D. PETTICOAT MEDIC IN VIETNAM: Adventures of a Woman Doctor. NY: Vantage Press (1976).

4529. TREVOR, James. THE SAVAGE HEIGHT. NY: Award, 1969.

4530. TREWHITT, Henry L. McNAMARA: His Ordeal in the Pentagon. NY: Harper (1971).
When life was tough it was really rough. Tell it to the grunts, tell it to the war-protestors clubbed & shot in the streets before you start weeping for this liberal cold-warrior.

4531. TRIGOBOFF, Joe. FUTILITY: A Protest Against the War in Vietnam. (Valley Stream, NY Bittersweet Press 1967).
Angry poems. Not in Newman.

4532. TRINIDAD, Corky. NGUYEN CHARLIE. SF: Pacific Stars & Stripes, 1969.
Cartoons.

4533. TRINIDAD, Corky. SORRY 'BOUT THAT, SARGE. SF: Pacific Stars & Stripes, 1970.
Cartoons.

4534. TROTTA, Liz. FIGHTING FOR AIR: In the Trenches with Television News. NY: Simon & Schuster (1991).
By the first woman to report the war on TV; she also covered the POW releases in Hanoi. Includes these experiences among other areas she worked.

4535. TROTTA, Liz. FIGHTING FOR AIR: In the Trenches with Television News. NY: Simon & Schuster (1991).
By the first woman to report the war on TV; she also covered the POW releases in Hanoi. Includes these experiences among other areas she worked.

4536. TROTTI, John. PHANTOM OVER VIETNAM. (Novato): Presidio (1984).

4537. TROTTI, John. PHANTOM OVER VIETNAM.