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by Harry Maurer
Pages: 634 pages
Publisher: Henry Holt & Co; 1st edition (January 1, 1989)
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Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam 1945-1975, An Oral History. 0306808390 (ISBN13: 9780306808395).
A massive (600+ pages) but consistently gripping oral history of American engagement in Vietnam. Maurer is a Business Week staffer and the author of a previous oral history, Not Working, 1980. Maurer didn't serve in Vietnam; in fact, he is, as he confesses in his long introduction to the 65 interviews here, ""a draft dodger"" (by way of a flimsy psychiatric deferment). This book, he explains, grew from his realization a decade ago that he knew little of those who did serve, and needed to know more. STRANGE GROUND: Americans in Vietnam 1945-1975, An Oral History.
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Home Maurer, Harry Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam, 1945-1975, an Oral History. Traces American involvement in Vietnam from the last days of World War II, when Americans parachuted to fight with Ho Chi Minh against the Japanese, to the fall of Saigon three decades later. Very good in very good dust jacket. DJ has slight wear and soiling. We focus on the individual, and pride ourselves on our personal service. Please contact us with your wants, as we have many books not yet listed in our database.
Strange Ground : An Oral History of Americans in Vietnam, 1945-1975. From a covert 1945 OSS mission to enlist the aid of Ho Chi Minh against the Japanese to the frenzied evacuation of Saigon in 1975, this book gathers the narratives of over sixty . citizens-medics, diplomats, clerks, housewives, spies, grunts, and generals-who lived, worked, and fought in Southeast Asia during America's thirty-year involvement in. Vietnam. The result is a work of visceral immediacy and tragic sweep.
Army Center of Military History. Published September 9, 1991.
Harry Maurer, Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam, 1945-1975, An Oral History. PDF. Richard A. Hunt. Army Center of Military History. Harry Maurer, Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam, 1945-1975, An Oral History. Journal of Conflict Studies, 11(4). More Citation Formats.
Vietnam at War: The History: 1946–1975. by Phillip B. Davidson. In the admirable anthologies put together by Walter Capps and Harry Maurer we encounter the memories of soldiers who say they loved the war, and of whom some were drunk during most of it. Some believed we won most of the battles but lost the war; some feared they had entirely lost their sense of morality. The last is a common feeling among Vietnam veterans, twice as many of whom have committed suicide since the war as died during it.
Harry Maurer is the author of three oral histories: Not Working: An Oral History of the Unemployed; Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam, 1945-1975; and Sex: An Oral History. Nation HistoryNovember 21, 2007. For Studs Terkel, the touchstone is memory and speech the stuff of which his art is made.
Americans in Vietnam 1945-75: An Oral History. Maurer, Harry, Strange Ground: Americans in Vietnam 1945-75: An Oral History (New York: Holt, 1989). The First Indochina War (London: Croom Helm, 1975). Nineteen Eighty-Four (Harmondsworth: Penguin. America and the Indochina Wars, 1945-1990: A Bibliographical Guide.