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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgements 
Introduction 
VIII. GENERAL REFERENCE
A.	Bibliographies 
B.	Guides and Indexes
1. Guides to Periodicals 
2. Indexes to Newspapers 
 C. Documentary Collections 
 D. Journals
 1. Official and Semiofficial 
 2. Other 
 E. Atlases and Maps 
 F. Archives, Depositories, and Collections 
 G. Miscellaneous Reference Works 
VIII. SOUTHEAST ASIA
A.	General Studies 
B.	Unites States and Southeast Asia 
 
 
VIII. 1. General 
2.	Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) 
3.	Sino-Soviet Relations 
 C. Cambodia
 1. General 
 2. Cambodia and the Vietnam War 
 D. Laos
 1. General 
 2. Laos and the Vietnam War 
 E. Thailand
 1. General 
 2. Thailand and the Vietnam War 
 III. VIETNAM
A.	General Studies 
B.	The French Experience 
C.	The Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam)
1. General 
2. U.S. Aid 
3. Leaders 
4. South Vietnamese Accounts of the War 
 
 
 
VIII. D. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam)
 1. General 
 2. Communist Relations and Influence 
 3. National Liberation Movement/Viet Cong- 
 Historical and Political Studies
 4. Leaders 
 5. North Vietnamese Accounts of the War 
 E. Collapse of South Vietnam 
VIIV. VIETNAM AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
A.	General Accounts of U.S. Involvement 
B.	Vietnam and American Foreign Policy
1. General 
2. Eisenhower Administration 
3. Kennedy Administration 
4. Johnson Administration 
5. Nixon Administration 
6. Ford Administration 
 C. U.S. Congress and the Vietnam War 
 D. Legal and Moral Aspects 
 E. Vietnam and the United Nations 
 
 
 F. U.S. Military Policy/Joint Chiefs of Staff 
 G. Peace Negotiations and Cease-Fires 
VIIV H. Allied Participation 
VIV. THE VIETNAM WAR
A.	General Studies 
B.	Specific Studies 
1. Strategy, Tactics, and Doctrine 
2. Leadership 
3. Military Advisers 
4. Guerrilla Warfare/Counterinsurgency 
5. Logistics and Manpower Requirements 
6. Chemical Warfare 
7. Psychological/Political Warfare 
8. Pacification/Vietnamization 
9. African-American/Native American/Chicano Soldiers 
 10. Women 
 11. Other Subjects 
 C. Weapons
 1. Land 
 2. Air 
 
 
 3. Naval/Riverine 
 D. Uniforms, Equipment, Decorations, and Militaria 
IVI. THE AMERICAN MILITARY EXPERIENCE IN VIETNAM
 A. Combat Operations 
VIVI. A. 1. Land War 
a.	General Accounts 
b.	Battles, Campaigns, Operations 
 2. Air War 
 a. General Accounts 
 b. Bombing Campaigns 
 c. Helicopter War (Airmobility) 
 3. Naval War 
 a. General Accounts 
 b. Riverine/Inland Water Operations 
 4. Personal Accounts 
 a. Land 
 b. Air 
 c. Naval 
 d. Oral Histories 
 B. Combat Arms-United States
 1. U.S. Air Force 
 
 2. U.S. Army 
 3. U.S. Coast Guard 
 4. U.S. Marine Corps 
 5. U.S. Merchant Marine 
 6. U.S. Navy 
VIVI. C. Allied Arms
1.	Republic of Vietnam (South Vietnam) 
2.	Australia 
3.	New Zealand 
4.	Republic of Korea (South Korea) 
5.	Thailand 
6.	The Philippines 
 D. Enemy Arms
 1. North Vietnam 
 2. Viet Cong 
 VII. THE MEDIA WAR
A.	General Accounts 
B.	Television Coverage 
C.	Correspondents/Journalists/Reporters 
D.	Foreign Coverage 
 
 
VIII. THE VIETNAM WAR IN LITERATURE, FILM, MUSIC, AND ART
A.	Literature Resources 
B.	Novels 
C.	Poetry 
D.	Film
1. Guides 
2. Official Films 
3. Documentary 
4. Commercial Movies 
 E. Pictorial Records 
 F. Music 
 G. Art 
 H. Humor and Caricature 
 I. Other 
VIIX. THE DOMESTIC IMPACT OF THE VIETNAM WAR
 A. General 
 B. Public Opinion 
 C. The Draft and Conscientious Objectors 
 D. Anti-War and Peace Movements 
 E. Economic Aspects 
 
 F. War Crimes 
 G. Amnesty/Pardons 
 H. Veterans Against the War 
IXIX. THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE VIETNAM WAR
 A. Aftermath and Lessons 
 B. POW/MIA¿s 
 C. Casualties/Refugees/Humanitarian Efforts 
 D. Effect Upon the U.S. Military 
 E. Veterans 
 F. Vietnam Since 1975 
Additional Works 
Chronology of the United States in Vietnam, 1954-1975 
List of Principal Characters of the United States and South Vietnam, 
1954-1975
Glossary of Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Terms 
Author Index 
Subject Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- United States -- Bibliography.
United States -- History -- 1945- -- Bibliography.