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Papers On U.S. History (20th Century)
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Dieppe Operation, 19th August 1942
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Many times, the Dieppe Operation has come under scrutiny as to whether the losses incurred justified the lessons learned, but in order to make a determination of this kind, one always must step back and look at the larger story behind this failed maneuver. Focus on Canada, U.S. and British relations and how they have changed the world stage. Bibliography lists 2 sources. jvDieppe.rtf
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1968 As A Turning Point -- American Politics & Vietnam
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This 9 page research paper examines the year 1968 as a sociopolitical turning point in which America changed its opinion about Vietnam. The temporary nature of American successes in the big unit war, the limited success of bombing in the north and on the infiltration routes, and the failure of the pacification campaign were all revealed in the Tet Offensive. Politically, the U.S. government and military had also proven themselves to be both unreliable and untrustworthy with such illegal moves as Operation Chaos. It is essentially argued that 1968 marked a turning point not only in how Americans would view their own government, but in how the government would accept these views. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Viet1968.doc

Children Of The Vietnam War -- Confusion & Social Chaos
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It is well-documented that the Vietnam war left many veterans in a deterioriated mental condition. But what is less frequently discussed is the depressed lifestyles of children -- those born of American soldiers who had sex with Vietnam women as rape or otherwise. Many of these children live in the United States today.. Some have even attempted to find their fathers.. The behavior patterns of these youths reflects their war torn heritage and this 6 page essay examines this concept as well as its effects on the parent - veteran (i.e., post-traumatic stress disorder, etc.;). Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Vietchil.doc

George C. Herring's America's Longest War
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US involvement in the Vietnam Conflict occurred for a number of reasons that were more complex than simply the desire of the United States to prevent the spread of communism. In his work America's Longest War, Herring reflects on a number of common war theories to explain US involvement and to define the essence of the action taken. Herring also demonstrates the underpinnings of the war itself and the nature of the perspectives, both national and international, that sustained the conflict and US involvement for so long. This 5 page paper considers the elements of Herring's discourse, while also providing a view of the war itself and defining the underpinnings that supported its longevity. No additional sources cited.
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Martin Luther King on Vietnam
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A 15 page research paper on the attitudes and opinions of Martin Luther King regarding US involvement in Vietnam. The writer argues that King opposed many of the Cold War US policies beginning in the late 1950s, and then offers a chronology of King's opposition to the Vietnam war, and what influenced his opinions. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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My Lai: Massacre, Tragedy, Incident
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A 16 page paper which illustrates the massacre known as the My Lai Massacre which occurred in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. It was an occurrence which was initially called a massacre, then a tragedy and finally nothing more than a typical incident that occurred during a time of war. It was a useless invasion of a small hamlet in Vietnam where there were no enemies present. The soldiers, known primarily as Charlie Company, essentially went mad and performed what some have called Nazi acts. It was an incredibly horrible event and was, by far, the worst reality of the Vietnam War. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAmylai.wps


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