British Personal narratives, History, Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975.
The event marked the end of the Vietnam War and the start of a transition period to the formal reunification of Vietnam into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
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The event marked the end of the Vietnam War and the start of a transition period leading to the formal reunification of Vietnam into a communist state.
The Fall of Saigon is not an easy book to read. We are forced to confront the final conclusion of our failed crusade. Our goal was the minds and the hearts but we ended up fragmented the lives of the people we were suppose to help
The Fall of Saigon is not an easy book to read. Our goal was the minds and the hearts but we ended up fragmented the lives of the people we were suppose to help. When one considers the sacrifices made by both countries in treasure and lives the facts concerning the events of April-May 1975 are hard to digest, even after 30 plus years. No judgments are made here, no accusing fingers are pointed; we must read, and ponder. 6 people found this helpful.
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Fall of Saigon is a Vietnam War modification for the Half-Life 2: source engine. The modification will be based in the realism of the Vietnam War, trying to portray things, events, and places as they actually were. The gameplay will also reflect as much of the realistic feeling as the development team is able to portray. The game will recreate the feeling of the jungle, or place the player in Saigon, or anywhere in between.
55 Days Fall of Saigon (part 1) life in Saigon. For instance, ten families departed on March 31. Flights out of Saigon, lightly booked under ordinary circumstances, were full. The Last Helicopter Out. ✪ 55 Days Fall of Saigon (part 2) Da Nang. Throughout April the speed of the evacuation increased, as the Defense Attaché Office (DAO) began to fly out nonessential personnel. Many Americans attached to the DAO refused to leave without their Vietnamese friends and dependents, who included common-law wives and children.