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New York, NY: HarperCollinsPublishers, 2012. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. , 508,  pages. Frontis illustration. Illustrations. Chronology of the Career of Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., USN. Author's Research Note. Notes. Index. Inscribed by the author, Larry Berman, on the title page. Inscription reads: For my friend, Friend, Fred--with warm regards. Larry Berman. Larry Berman has written extensively on Vietnam War-related topics and has been featured on C-Span’s “Book TV”, the History Channel’s “Secrets of War”; “The Presidents: To The Best of My Ability”; Bill Moyers’ PBS series, “The Public Mind”; David McCullough’s American Experience series, “Vietnam: A Television History;” and Marvin Kalb’s retrospective on Vietnam. He is a co-recipient of the Richard E. Neustadt Award, given annually for the best book published during the year on the American Presidency.
New York: Bantam Books. 1987. First Printing [Stated]. Trade paperback. 158,  pages. Illustrations (some in color) Glossary. Several pages of color illustrations came lose and were reglued back in. Clif is based in Northern Virginia. He focuses mainly on communications activities in the defense and aerospace sectors, both current and historical. He and his team write, design, and package illustrated non-fiction books. He received a direct Regular Army commission in Infantry while serving in the 82nd Airborne Division. He saw combat in Vietnam. He began writing magazine articles while on active duty. During service, Clif earned a Master's in Communication from Stanford University. He learned more about communications while serving in the Public Affairs office at the Department of Defense. After retirement from active duty, Clif became editor-in-chief of aerospace and defense magazines, including Armed Forces Journal and AIR FORCE Magazine.
New York: Bantam Books. 1987. First Printing [Stated]. Trade paperback. 158,  pages. Illustrations (some in color) Glossary. Clif is based in Northern Virginia. He focuses mainly on communications activities in the defense and aerospace sectors, both current and historical. He and his team write, design, and package illustrated non-fiction books. He received a direct Regular Army commission in Infantry while serving in the 82nd Airborne Division. He saw combat in Vietnam. He began writing magazine articles while on active duty. During service, Clif earned a Master's in Communication from Stanford University. He learned more about communications while serving in the Public Affairs office at the Department of Defense. After retirement from active duty, Clif became editor-in-chief of aerospace and defense magazines, including Armed Forces Journal and AIR FORCE Magazine.
New York: Crown, 2018. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xi, , 739,  pages. Illustrated endpapers. Illustrations. Source Notes. Index. Michael Richard Beschloss (born November 30, 1955) is an American historian specializing in the United States presidency. He is the author of nine books, the most recent of which, Presidents of War, was published by Crown/Penguin Random House in 2018. Beschloss has been a frequent commentator on the PBS NewsHour and is the NBC News Presidential Historian. He is a trustee of the White House Historical Association and the National Archives Foundation and he also sits on the board of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Michael Beschloss was inducted as a Laureate of The Lincoln Academy of Illinois and awarded the Order of Lincoln (the State’s highest honor) by the Governor of Illinois in 2004 in the area of Communications and Education.
New York, N.Y. Viking, 1992. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xii, , 430,  pages. DJ is in a plastic sleeve. Includes Acknowledgments, List of Illustrations (39 black and white illustrations between pages 240 and 241), Maps (3 black and white full-page maps between pages XII and page 1). Also includes Chronology, Notes on Sources, Notes on the Text, Bibliography, and Index. Chapters include Introduction; The War; The Company; My Li, March 16, 1968: AM; My Lai, March 16, 1968: PM 142; Aftermath; Investigation; Fallout; Vietnam Revisited; The Judgment of Peers; ...And Justice for All; and Final Chapter. Michael Bilton has spent 40 years working as a British investigative journalist, working for the London Sunday Times and Yorkshire Television. Along the way he has picked up several major awards in both media - being jointly named Reporter of the Year and winning an International Emmy as producer of “Four Hours in My Lai” - about the infamous massacre in the Vietnam War. Kevin Sim is a British documentary filmmaker whose credits include Once Upon a Time in Iran, The Secret Life of the Berlin Wall, and Four Hours in My Lai, which won an International Emmy Award for Best Documentary.
New York: Pantheon Books, 2007. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. xvm, , 407,  pages. Illustrations. Bibliography. Index. Tom Bissell (born January 9, 1974) is an American journalist, critic, and fiction writer. He studied English at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. In 1996, when he was 22 years old, Bissell went to Uzbekistan as a volunteer for the Peace Corps. He was there for seven months before returning home. He worked as a book editor in New York City and edited, among other books, The Collected Stories of Richard Yates and Paula Fox's memoir Borrowed Finery. He is a frequent reviewer for The New York Times Book Review. Bissell's father served in the Marines during the Vietnam War, alongside author and journalist Philip Caputo. The two remained friends during Bissell's childhood and Caputo read Bissell's work and encouraged him in his early writing efforts. His books have earned him several prizes, including the Rome Prize and the Anna Akhmatova Prize.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1972. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. 224 pages. Illustrations. DJ has wear, tears, soiling and chips. Inscribed by the author on the fep. Inscription reads For Gordon Roberts with best regards of Herb Block. It is possible that this was inscribed to Gordon Ray Roberts (born 14 June 1950) a Medal of Honor recipient for his "conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty" on 11 July 1969 while an infantryman with the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division during the Vietnam War. Includes Foreword; Prolitics; The Arms Game; The Secret Snooperstate; Press Section; The Goods Life; Hail to the Office; Welfare State; The Law-and-Order Gang; Foreign Policy Made Easy; Battle of Capitol Hill; the War, and Campaign Flight. A man with a passion for old-fashioned things like the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, Herblock keeps an eagle eye on the comings and goings of our elected, appointed (and sometimes self anointed) leaders. And what he sees he records. So let the word go forth to friend and foe alike. Here is a new books by Herblock. State of the Union is Herblock's sixth book. The others five earlier ones are The Herblock Book; Herblock's Here and Now; Herblock's Special for Today, Straight Herblock, & The Herblock Gallery.
New York: Smithmark, 1996. First Printing this edition [Stated]. Hardcover. Format is approximately 8.75 inches by 12.25 inches. 264 pages. Illustrated endpapers. Maps. Illustrations (some in color). Tear at top edge of rep. Foreword by General William C. Westmoreland. Includes list of Key individuals, chronology, Weapons, POWs, Missing in Action, Index. Among the contributing authors are: Bernard c. Nalty, Charles B. MacDonald, and Jacob Neufeld. Among some of the topics addressed are: French Rule, Indochina, Military Intervention, Ngo Dinh Diem, Air War, Military Strategy, Naval Operations, Marine Corps Operations, Viet Cong, Tet Offensive, Siege of Khe Sanh, Vietnamization, Ho Chi Minh Trail, B-52s, Strategic Bombing, Veterans, and Prisoners of War.
Garden City, NY: The Dial Press/Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1984. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. Format is approximately 5.75 inches by 8.5 inches. , 176,  pages. Maps. Illustrations. Book associated postcard (5.75 inches by 9 inches) laid in, hand written and signed by Lady Borden to Matt Schaeffer of WBCN Radio in Boston. Author's account as a health administrator for the Malaysian island of Pulau Bidong that had become a temporary way station for Vietnamese boat people. Lady Borton was b. 1942. has been a teacher; has worked with the Overseas Refugee Program of American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Quang Ngai, Vietnam, assistant director, 1969-71; and is a freelance writer and photographer, 1972- present. She gained international renown as an American woman among the boat people of Vietnam. Her work, Sensing the Enemy, describes the plight of the Vietnamese "boat people" who faced disease, pirate attacks, unsanitary and crowded conditions, and other dangers to escape from Vietnam to Pulau Bi Dong, a tiny, previously uninhabited island in Malaysia.
New York, N.Y. Pharos Books, 1986. First Edition thus. First printing thus. Trade paperback. Format is approximately 6 inches by 9 inches. 512 pages. Contains over 250 illustrations (some in color). Includes Introduction by Fox Butterfield, Chronology, Biographies, Bibliography, and Index. Also includes chapters on The Price of War; Land Forces in Vietnam and Their Weapons (by Ian V. Hogg); Air Forces in Vietnam (by Anthony Robinson); The Naval War in Vietnam (by Anthony Preston); and Irregular Forces of the Vietnam War (by Kevin Generous). Fox Butterfield (born 8 July 1939) is an American journalist who spent much of his 30-year career reporting for The New York Times. Butterfield served as Times bureau chief in Saigon, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Boston and as a correspondent in Washington and New York City. During that time, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize as a member of The New York Times team that published the Pentagon Papers, the Pentagon's secret history of the Vietnam War, in 1971 and won a 1983 National Book Award for Nonfiction for China: Alive in the Bitter Sea, an account of his experience as the first Times reporter allowed in China after the revolution. He also wrote All God's Children: The Bosket Family and the American Tradition of Violence (1995) about the child criminal Willie Bosket. In 1990, Butterfield wrote an article on the first African-American to be elected president of the Harvard Law Review, future president of the United States Barack Obama. This book is a remarkably comprehensive day-by-day chronology, presenting the sequence of events vividly and with thoughtful commentary.