Why Viet Nam? [by] Frank N. Trager.

New York, F.A. Praeger [1966] .

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Subjects France. Indochine.
Politique internationale. Etats-Unis -- Vietnam.
Vietnam (Question)
Vietnam -- History.
Description vi, 238 pages map 22 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-232) and index.
Contents pt. I. Viet Nam before the Geneva Agreements of 1954. Introduction: Southeast Asia and the United States. The Viet people, who, when, and where: The Indochinese peninsula ; the French intrusion and conquest -- Viet Nam fights for independence against the French. French rule and the rise and early struggles of Vietnamese nationalism, 1885-1926 ; The struggle continues -- to the proclamation of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam ; On warfare against a colonial power before World War II: some conclusions -- part II. The end of hostilities? And Geneva 1954. The war against the French: to Dien Bien Phu -- The Geneva Conference of 1954, and its results: Background to Geneva ; The Geneva Agreements -- part III. The Republic of Viet Nam, the Diem regime. The war between the states begins: The advent of Ngo Dinh Diem ; "The red tide of communism overflowed into Viet Nam" -- The search for security, stability, and improvement in the conditions of living, 1955-63: Survival with progress -- The United States and the Diem regime: To aid the Republic of Viet Nam: a commitment of three presidents ; Aid to Viet Nam ; The attempted coup of November, 1960 -- The protracted conflict, or long war, short campaign. Communist strategy after 1956 ; The end of Diem ; The United States commitment stands -- part IV. What is at stake in Viet Nam? To guarantee the independence of the Republic of Viet Nam: The strike against the North ; Reaction at home -- Conclusion: for a free Viet Nam: What price wars of national liberation: ; The Honolulu meeting ; The stakes in Viet Nam: freedom for the Republic of Viet Nam.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Vietnam
Network Numbers (OCoLC)411408
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Trager, Frank N.
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