New York: Braziller, 1992. Adv. Reading Copy. 222 pp, 8vo. Wraps. Fictional account of wife's trauma resulting from her husband's Vietnam experience.
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NY: Parallax, (1966). 1st ed. 127 pp, B&W photographs, 8vo, Wraps. What it was really like, in the words of those that were there.
(n.p.), Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, (n.d.). 1st (?). 228 pp. 12mo. 5-5/8" x 4-1/8". Blue & black wrappers with white block lettering. Published in English by the Soviet Peace Committee, circa mid-1965, this book takes advantage of the US involvement in Vietnam to criticize the US.
New York: Knopf, 1989. 1st edition. 535 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Fictional account of 3 family generations, and the cost to that family when one son enters the Vietnam war.
NY: Harper & Row, (1970). 1st ed. 368 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Journal of famous war correspondent written while on scene.
New York: Pegasus, (1967). 1st edition. 286 pp, 8vo. Wraps. Explanation of relationship between the 3 communist countries.
New York: Random House, (1981). later prtg. 265 pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket.
NY: Crown, (1982). 1st ed. 274 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket.
NY: Crown, (1982). 1st ed. 274 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Fictional account of a POW, listed as M.I.A., and the efforts to locate him via an unofficial raid.
New York: Summit, (1985). 1st edition. 247 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Novel about two men ordered to bring medicine to S. Vietnamese villages in an effort to win them over; by a former U.S. Army Medical Officer.
New York: Harcourt Brace, (1974). 1st ed. 451 pp, 8vo. Black cloth binding. Black & yellow dust jacket.
Chappaqua: Christian Herald, (1977). 1st edition. 288 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Mother's story of her family's capture and imprisonment by the Vietcong while the family was on missonary work in Vietnam.
New York: John Wiley, (1968). 1st ed. 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. History/analysis of the system that caused many to flee the country during the Vietnam war.
New York: McGraw-Hill, (1985). 1st edition. 323 pp, 8vo. Cloth backed boards. Green dust jacket. Officer who assimilated the Vietnamese culture, and how it affected his homecoming.
NY: Stein and Day, 1976. 1st ed. 239 pp, 8vo. Orange cloth spine with blue paper-wrapped boards. Blue dust jacket. Commentary by former Prime Minister of Vietnam, discusses why the US did win the war with the Communists.
Los Angeles: Stanyan, (1970). 1st edition. B&W photos by Anthony Goldschmidt, 12mo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Anti-war quotes from numerous luminaries such as Thomas Carlyle and John Foster Dulles; photographs are of tombstones from a military cemetary.
New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1973. 1st ed. 177 pp, Sm. 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. America as the 'Man-Eating Machine', and four men (two are Vietnam soldiers) in its maw.
(n.p.): Playboy Press, (1980). 1st ed. 256 pp, 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket. Asserts US Gov't used soldiers for radiation/Agent Orange testing. Particular cogent book with respect to 1994 news headlines.
New York: Praeger, 1970. 1st pb ed. 119 pp, 8vo. Wrappers. The war from the perspective of the Vietnamese people.
New York: Harcourt Brace, (1967). 1st Edition. 106 pp. 8vo. Red & white wpaper rappers.
NY: NAL, (1966). 1st ed. 238 pp, Sm. 8vo. Hardback. Dust jacket.
NY: Dial, 1967. 1st edition. xiv, 465 pp. Frontis map. Sm. 8vo. Biege cloth binding. Dust jacket.
New York: Bantam, 1987. 1st edition. 158 pp. Illustrated with color / b&w photos. Small 8vo. Color pictorial wrappers. Focuses on the M-113 armored personnel carrier.
New York: Simon & Schuster, (1989). 1st edition. 303 pp, 8vo. Linen cloth spine with grey paper-wrapped boards. Dust jacket.
Brooklyn Heights: Beekman, 1979. Advance Uncorrected Proof. 245 pp. 8vo. Red wrappers. Story of individuals in an armor division during invasion of Cambodia; author served as a combat medic during the conflict.