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Vietnam: Yesterday and Today

Logo, Vietnam: Yesterday and Today

This well-designed, user-friendly site "provides resources for understanding Vietnam--as it was then, and as it is now." Offers a chronology of U.S.-Vietnamese relations from 1930 to the present; approximately 300 links to related resources such as electronic journals and discussion networks; "tips" for students writing research papers; and 12 bibliographies drawn from the author's 1989 book, Writing About Vietnam: A Bibliography of the Literature of the Vietnam Conflict. The site is updated regularly, offering lists of titles in the following categories: films; history; new books; post-traumatic stress disorder; women; the Vietnamese perspective; teaching the war; drama; fiction; poetry; story collections; and personal accounts. A valuable gateway to resources about the Vietnam war.