Fb2 DECENT INTERVAL The American debacle in Vietnam and the fall of Saigon ePub
by Frank Snepp
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Decent Interval book. Widely regarded as a classic on the Vietnam War, Decent Interval provides a scathing critique of the CIA's role in & final departure from that conflict.
Decent Interval book.
The incredible history of the American role in Vietnam would have been forever poorer without Snepp’s .
The incredible history of the American role in Vietnam would have been forever poorer without Snepp’s perspective. Those who read the book will shudder anew at the tragedy, confusion, and gross incompetence Snepp lays bare. The source is impeccable--Frank Snepp was the chief strategic analyst for the CIA during the last 3 years of the war. He had previously served in Vietnam for 2 years also with the CIA. I served in Vietnam in the Army during 1971 and 1972 and can corroborate many of the events described.
Frank Warren Snepp, III (born May 3, 1943) is a journalist and former chief analyst of North Vietnamese strategy for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Saigon during the Vietnam War. For five out of his eight years as a CIA officer, he worked as interrogator, agent debriefer, and chief strategy analyst in the United States Embassy, Saigon; he was awarded the Intelligence Medal of Merit for his work. Snepp is currently a producer for KNBC-TV in Los Angeles, California.
Frank Snepp, Decent Interval: The American Debacle in Vietnam and the Fall of Saigon ( New York .
Frank Snepp, Decent Interval: The American Debacle in Vietnam and the Fall of Saigon ( New York: Random House, 1977 . oogle Scholar. 55. J. William Fulbright, The Arrogance of Power (New York: Vintage, 1966) 4–5, 20–1, 245–7, 254–6.
Frank Snepp, Decent Interval: The American Debacle in Vietnam and the Fall of Saigon, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1980 (first published. American Foreign Policy of the Vietnam War, 1954-1968.
Frank Snepp (Snepp, Frank). used books, rare books and new books. DECENT INTERVAL The American debacle in Vietnam and the fall of Saigon: ISBN 9780140054309 (978-0-14-00543) Softcover, Penguin, 1980. The Fall of Saigon (Granta). Find all books by 'Frank Snepp' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Frank Snepp'. ISBN 9780394407432 (978-0-394-40743-2) Hardcover, Random House, 1977. by Richard Ford, Philip Norman, James Fenton, Frank Snepp, Noam Chomsky. ISBN 9780140075823 (978-0-14-007582-3) Softcover, Viking Pr, 1985.
Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Пользовательский отзыв - LamSon - ww. ibrarything. This is a very good book. It provides a blueprint for any future attempt to create a totally FUBAR situation. Snepp was there when Saigon fell in 1975 and witnessed first hand the disregard the.
What David Butler's The Fall of Saigon conveys best of all is the sense of surprise, shock and panic among the Americans . All these writers of course have had to compete with the unforgettable television images of the debacle
What David Butler's The Fall of Saigon conveys best of all is the sense of surprise, shock and panic among the Americans in South Vietnam as the Thieu regime collapsed around them. Many found it hard to believe "the party was over. All these writers of course have had to compete with the unforgettable television images of the debacle. The adventurous journalistic life he led colors his writing. Sometimes he is his own hero, a sort of Mel Gibson in The Year of Living Dangerously: bar girls, corruption, rock 'n' roll, drugs, perversion, decadence.