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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.
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Post-Vietnam America / A Culture of Internal War
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the perspectives in Englehardt's book The End of the Victory Culture and Gibson's work Warrior Dreams as they apply to the post-Vietnam American culture. No additional sources cited.
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The Frontier Myth In the United States / From the Colonial Period to the Vietnam War
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A 6 page examination of the frontier myth in United States history. Identifies greed and the never-ending drive for territorial expansion and control of resources, both natural and human, as the driving force for white Anglo Saxon males in the United States from the colonial period up until the Vietnam War. Relies largely on the work of Richard Slotkin in his 1992 book 'Gunfighter Nation: The Myth of the Frontier in Twentieth Century America'. No additional sources cited.
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The Gulf Of Tonkin
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15 pages in length. The Gulf of Tonkin is significant to the beginning of the Vietnam War as it gave President Johnson the ammunition he needed to instigate combat upon the North Vietnamese. The battle, which took place near the North Vietnamese coast, has been historically noted as one of the key incidents that ultimately plunged the United States into the Vietnam War. The writer discusses the significance of the Tonkin Gulf incident as it relates to the Vietnam War. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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