1996 Vietnam Symposium
"After the Cold War: Reassessing Vietnam"
18-20 April 1996
List of Available Symposium Papers
Garnett "Bill" Bell and George J. Veith. POWs and Politics: How Much does Hanoi Really Know.
Anne Blair. " 'Get Me Ten Years': Australia's Ted Serong in Vietnam, 1962-1975."
John M. Del Vecchio. The Importance of Story: Individual and Cultural Effects of Skewing the Realities of American Involvement in Southeast Asia for Social, Political and/or Economic Ends.
Dennis M. Drew. Vietnam, "Wars of the Third Kind" and Air Force Doctrine.
Joe P. Dunn. The State of the Field: How Vietnam is Being Taught.
Bruce Elleman. Sino-Soviet Relations and the February 1979 Sino-Vietnamese Conflict.
Jo Knox and David H. Price. Healing America's Warriors:Vet Centers and the Social Contract.
Col. Joseph P. Martino, USAF (Ret). Vietnam and Desert Storm: Learning the Right Lessons from Vietnam for the Post-Cold War Era.
Mark Moyar. Villager Attitudes During the Final Decade of the Vietnam War.
Barton Meyers. Vietnamese Defense against Aerial Attack.
Jack Shulimson. The Marine War: III MAF in Vietnam, 1965-1971.
Sedgwick Tourison. Let's Sell The Bones : The Marketing of America's Missing In Action.
Sedgwick Tourison. Military Intelligence in Southeast Asia, 1970- 1975.
Michael E. Unsworth. A Lesson Not Learned: The MACV "ANSWER MACHINE." (Abstract only).
Kim Weitzman. The Relevance of the Tonkin Gulf Incidents: U.S. Military Action in Vietnam, August 1964.
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