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The Vietnam Nationalist Party 1927 1954

Author : Văn Khánh Nguyễn
ISBN : 9789811000751
Genre : History
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This book presents research focusing on the Vietnam Nationalist Party (Việt Nam Quốc dân đảng) from 1927 to 1954. It elaborates on the party’s establishment, political ideology and organizational structure, the Yen Bai Uprising, the party’s downfall, and its role in the Vietnamese Revolution. Findings are presented systematically and comprehensively, relying on official and unofficial, as well as domestic and foreign sources, including texts from localities and hometowns of vital figures in the organization. The author compares, contrasts and evaluates this complex collection of documents based on the theoretical perspectives of conflict theory, social system theory, social structuralism and functionism, dialectic materialism and Marxist theory. It is essential reading for Vietnamese and international researchers interested in Vietnam’s political context in the early twentieth century and for undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Vietnam’s history and politics.

Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang

Author : Văn Đào Hoàng
ISBN : 9781434991362
Genre : History
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Vietnamese Communists praised them for their anti-French and American Imperialism regime and declared democracy for people. In reality they're dictators by means of terrorists. In 1930, while VNQDD carried out its general uprisings. Communists delivered flyers announcing it was come to make an attack on Northern Vietnam. In 1945, cooperating with the French, they maneuvered against the Vietnamese Nationalists by terrorizing, detaining and killing them by barbarous tricks. This book reveals truths with its hope of providing information to readers and researchers and awareness to foreign policy makers toward Vietnam. About the Translator Khue Huynh, a member of the VNQDD as well as province councilman in the RVN, was originally a teacher and a military officer who won Campaign, Gallantry Cross with Gold Star, and Wound Medal. He graduated with a B.A. decree in political science with credits toward an M.P.A. degree in spite of age and war wounds. As an RNC Chairman's Advisory Board member, he offered his confidential advice to senators on the immigration matter of the Vietnamese political prisons children, which was received a series or promotions from Senator John McCain Mr. Huynh is interested in studying political thought and contemporary democratic theory and admires his heroic predecessors' political ideology of nationalism Mr. Huynh has translated VNQDD, by Hoang, Van Dao, in a very scholarly manner with notes and an index. It is definitely a scholarly work rather than one for the general public-a researcher's dream."-Jean Libby, Editor VietAm Review


Author : David G. Marr
ISBN : 9780520954977
Genre : History
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Amidst the revolutionary euphoria of August 1945, most Vietnamese believed that colonialism and war were being left behind in favor of independence and modernization. The late-September British-French coup de force in Saigon cast a pall over such assumptions. Ho Chi Minh tried to negotiate a mutually advantageous relationship with France, but meanwhile told his lieutenants to plan for a war in which the nascent state might have to survive without allies. In this landmark study, David Marr evokes the uncertainty and contingency as well as coherence and momentum of fast-paced events. Mining recently accessible sources in Aix-en-Provence and Hanoi, Marr explains what became the largest, most intense mobilization of human resources ever seen in Vietnam.

Vietnam 1945

Author : David G. Marr
ISBN : 0520920392
Genre : History
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1945: the most significant year in the modern history of Vietnam. One thousand years of dynastic politics and monarchist ideology came to an end. Eight decades of French rule lay shattered. Five years of Japanese military occupation ceased. Allied leaders determined that Chinese troops in the north of Indochina and British troops in the South would receive the Japanese surrender. Ho Chi Minh proclaimed the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, with himself as president. Drawing on extensive archival research, interviews, and an examination of published memoirs and documents, David G. Marr has written a richly detailed and descriptive analysis of this crucial moment in Vietnamese history. He shows how Vietnam became a vortex of intense international and domestic competition for power, and how actions in Washington and Paris, as well as Saigon, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh's mountain headquarters, interacted and clashed, often with surprising results. Marr's book probes the ways in which war and revolution sustain each other, tracing a process that will interest political scientists and sociologists as well as historians and Southeast Asia specialists.

Imagining Vietnam And America

Author : Mark Bradley
ISBN : UOM:39015047487700
Genre : History
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In this study of the encounter between Vietnam and the United States from 1919 to 1950, Mark Bradley fundamentally reconceptualizes the origins of the Cold War in Vietnam and the place of postcolonial Vietnam in the history of the twentieth century. Among the first Americans granted a visa to undertake research in Vietnam since the war, Bradley draws on newly available Vietnamese-language primary sources and interviews as well as archival materials from France, Great Britain, and the United States.Bradley uses these sources to reveal an imagined America that occupied a central place in Vietnamese political discourse, symbolizing the qualities that revolutionaries believed were critical for reshaping their society. American policymakers, he argues, articulated their own imagined Vietnam, a deprecating vision informed by the conviction that the country should be remade in America's image.Contrary to other historians, who focus on the Soviet-American rivalry and ignore the policies and perceptions of Vietnamese actors, Bradley contends that the global discourse and practices of colonialism, race, modernism, and postcolonial state-making were profoundly implicated in--and ultimately transcended--the dynamics of the Cold War in shaping Vietnamese-American relations.

In The Crossfire

Author : Ken Knabb
ISBN : 9781459617353
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In the Crossfire: Adventures of a Vietnamese Revolutionary is an English translation of Ngo Van's fascinating and gripping autobiography, originally published in two volumes in France in 2000 and 2005. Co-edited by Van's close friend and collabora...

Mourning Headband For Hue

Author : Nha Ca
ISBN : 9780253014320
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Vietnam, January, 1968. As the citizens of Hue are preparing to celebrate Tet, the start of the Lunar New Year, Nha Ca arrives in the city to attend her father’s funeral. Without warning, war erupts all around them, drastically changing or cutting short their lives. After a month of fighting, their beautiful city lies in ruins and thousands of people are dead. Mourning Headband for Hue tells the story of what happened during the fierce North Vietnamese offensive and is an unvarnished and riveting account of war as experienced by ordinary people caught up in the violence.

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