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The Aftermath, 1975-85 (Vietnam Experience) by Edward Doyle
America Takes Over (Vietnam Experience) by Edward Doyle
The Army at War (Vietnam Experience) by Michael Casey
A Collision of Cultures/the Americans in Vietnam, 1954-1973 (Vietnam Experience) by Edward Doyle
Combat Photographer (Vietnam Experience) by Nick Mills
A Contagion of War (Vietnam Experience) by Terrence Maitland
The Fall of the South (Vietnam Experience) by Samuel Lipsman
The False Peace: 1972-74 (Vietnam Experience) by Clark Dougan
Fighting for Time (Vietnam Experience) by Samuel Lipsman
Flags into Battle (Vietnam Experience) by Michael Casey
Images of War (Vietnam Experience) by Robert Stone
A Nation Divided (Vietnam Experience) by Clark Dougan
Nineteen Sixty-Eight (Vietnam Experience) by Stephen Weiss
The North: The Communist Struggle for Vietnam (The Vietnam Experience) by Edward Doyle
Passing the Torch (Vietnam Experience Series) by Edward Doyle
Pawns of War: Cambodia and Laos (Vietnam Experience) by Gordon Hardy
Rain of Fire: Air War, 1968-1975 (Vietnam Experience) by John Morrocco
Raising the Stakes by Terrence Maitland
Setting the Stage (Vietnam Experience Series) by Edward Doyle
South Vietnam on Trial: Mid-1970-1972 (Vietnam Experience) by David Fulghum
Thunder from Above: Air War, 1941-1968 (Vietnam Experience) by John Morrocco
Tools of War (Vietnam Experience) by Edgar Doleman
The Vietnam Experience 25 volume set by BOSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY EDITORS:set
War in the Shadows (Vietnam Experience) by Boston Publishing Company
A War Remembered (Vietnam Experience) by Clark Dougan
Words of War: An Anthology of Vietnam War Literature (Vietnam Experience) by Boston Publishing Company

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