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Armoured Warfare in the Vietnam War (Images of War)

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Armoured Warfare in the Vietnam War (Images of War)

Armoured Warfare in the Vietnam War (Images of War) by Michael Green
English | January 31st, 2020 | ISBN: 1781593817 | 192 pages | True EPUB | 29.44 MB

This pictorial history of the Indochina and Vietnam Wars captures the range of armored warfare used in the region through rare wartime photographs.

The Blue Age: How the US Navy Created Global Prosperity—And Why We're in Danger of Losing It

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The Blue Age: How the US Navy Created Global Prosperity—And Why We're in Danger of Losing It

The Blue Age: How the US Navy Created Global Prosperity—And Why We're in Danger of Losing It by Gregg Easterbrook
English | September 7th, 2021 | ISBN: 1541742540 | 304 pages | True EPUB | 3.21 MB

The US Navy brought half a century of peace and free trade to the world's waterways. But climate change and rising nationalism threaten to end this blue age.

How White Men Won the Culture Wars: A History of Veteran America

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How White Men Won the Culture Wars: A History of Veteran America

How White Men Won the Culture Wars: A History of Veteran America by Joseph Darda
2021 | ISBN: 0520381440 | English | 280 pages | PDF | 96 MB

Mine Warfare: 1st Australian Task Force's struggle for South Vietnam

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Mine Warfare: 1st Australian Task Force's struggle for South Vietnam

Mine Warfare: 1st Australian Task Force's struggle for South Vietnam by Andrew Ross
English | July 28th, 2021 | ISBN: 1922488267 | 170 pages | True EPUB | 4.20 MB

Mine warfare, in its various forms, is a favoured weapon used by insurgents against government forces. By June 1966, when the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) arrived in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam, the Viet Cong and People's Army of Vietnam forces were well entrenched in the province and used mines extensively. The mine campaign risked few enemy lives and was a powerful statement to everyone, including civilians, that the Viet Cong were still in the war and not a spent force.