THE TWO VIET-NAMS, a Political and Military Analysis,

By: Bernard B Fall

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Pall Mall Press, London, 1963. hardcover, 8 1/2' x 5 1/2" (lacks jacket). Jacket flaps loosely inserted. Book in GOOD condition. Black cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, frontis map, 12 other maps and charts, appendices, notes, bibliography, index. The author explores the full range of Vietnamese history and politics, from the early Roman & Mongol explorers and conquerors through the dynastic wars and establishment of French colonies in the 18th century. This is a far-reaching study of the leaders, the peoples, and the economies of both regimes, with recent emphasis on political & military analysis. The two Viet-nams were created at the 1954 Geneva Conference, but have not known real peace for many decades.

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