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Remembering South Vietnam: A Tribute to The Republic

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This is just a brief tribute to the former Republic of Vietnam and all the brave men and women who fought so bravely to protect the country. 849 more words

Politics

Annotated Bibliography: “South Vietnam’s New Constitutional Structure,” by Robert Devereux

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Devereux, Robert. “South Vietnam’s New Constitutional Structure.” Asian Survey 8, no. 8 (1968): 627-645.

As its title indicates, this article by Robert Devereux provides analyses of the provisions within South Vietnam’s constitution, which was promulgated officially by Nguyen Van Thieu on April 1, 1967 (p. 894 more words

Politics

Annotated Bibliography: “Education in Viet Nam,” by Berry E. Morton

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Morton, Berry E. “Education in Viet Nam.” Contemporary Education 45, no. 3 (1974): 201-208.

This article examines in detail the growth of South Vietnam’s education system during the nation’s lifespan. 618 more words

Society

Annotated Bibliography: "South Vietnam's Economy - A Note," by Curtis Crawford

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Crawford, Curtis. “South Vietnam’s Economy – A Note.” Vietnam Perspectives 1, no. 4 (1966): 14-16.

This is a brief article by Curtis Crawford, written during the Vietnam War years in 1966. 150 more words

Modern History

Vietnam continued... Central and South

My experiences in beautiful Vietnam continued…

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

I took a sleeper bus to the town of Phong Nha; which was pretty much my number one reason for going to Vietnam.   2,818 more words

World Nomad

Remembering My Lai, the Day American’s Slaughtered Five Hundred South Vietnamese, Including Children and Babies

Forty-eight years ago, on March 16, 1968, all hell broke out for the people in My Lai hamlet, South Vietnam. What happened that day by American soldiers became the worst atrocity in American military history. 67 more words

Opinion

Today in 1962: First U.S. Air Force plane crashes in South Vietnam.

A U.S. Air Force Fairchild C-123 Provider crashes while spraying defoliant near Biên Hòa, South Vietnam, with the loss of three crew members. It is the first U.S. 150 more words

History