5 edition of Britain in Vietnam found in the catalog.
Britain in Vietnam
by Routledge in New York
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Peter Neville.|
|LC Classifications||DS556.8 .N39 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2006036743|
American intervention in Vietnam, the role of Congress, the Executive and the media, the response of the American public, particularly students, to the escalation of the war, and the war’s legacy upon American politics, culture and foreign policy. Britain already had a ‘flag’ in Vietnam but one too small for Washington’s liking. The support of a close ally, leading social democracy and key member of Nato and the UN Security Council was vital. But when Johnson suggested that a token British force in South Vietnam would have a significant effect, Wilson refused on three grounds.
Written by the reporter and producer Bill Hayton, who was a BBC correspondent in Vietnam during , this book is an intensive crash course in the history, politics and economics of the country. Recommended as one of the best books on modern Vietnam by experts of the Vietnam Studies Group, Hayton looks beyond the Vietnam that is presented to. As Britain lost more than 2, men in Vietnam, it is hardly surprising that the scars remain painfully raw. At Norman Foster's unconventional memorial on Pall Mall, it is not unusual to see families with tears in their eyes, while defenders of the war continue to pump out hugely popular books.
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First Published eBook Published 7 August Pub. location : Peter Neville. This book is a study of the circumstances leading to British intervention in Vietnam inand Britain in Vietnam book course and consequences of this intervention.
The first part of the work links French colonialism with the native communist insurgency, while examining British and Foreign Office attitudes towards French Indochina.
The study then looks at the key Anglo-American wartime relationship concerning. The last British troops to die in Vietnam were six soldiers killed in an ambush in June Aftermath Casualties.
For Britain's involvement in the First Vietnam War, the officially stated casualty list was 40 British and Indian soldiers killed and French and Japanese casualties a little higher. An estimated 2, Viet Minh were killed.
Winston Churchill, and later Harold Wilson, may be thought of as having kept Britain out of Vietnam, but in actual fact, that was only once it had begun to escalate. Here, retired Colonel William C Haponski, co-author of ‘Autopsy of an Unwinnable War: Vietnam’, explains that the British were in fact one of five main players in early post-World War 2 Vietnam.
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Drawing on previously undiscovered information from Britain’s National Archives, this book discusses the conduct of the wars in Vietnam and the political ramifications of UK involvement, and describes Britain’s actual role in these conflicts: supplying troops, weapons and intelligence to the French and U.S.
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Britain's peacekeeping role in Southeast Asia after World War II was clear enough but the purpose of the Commonwealth in the region later became shadowy. British involvement in the wars fought in Vietnam between and has been the subject of a number of books- Pages: As well as the many excellent responses from others, another reason the UK did not officially support the sending of UK troops to support the US etc., was that the UK had experienced its own ‘Vietnam War’ at the end of WW2, and had already learnt.