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Mỹ-cộng đã chiến thắng trong cuộc chiến VN như thế nào

Một quyển sách của tiến sĩ Roger Canfield vừa được ra mắt ở Mỹ đã đưa ra một cái nhìn khác, khá thú vị, về kết cục của chiến tranh Việt Nam.

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Sorley on Westmoreland: Loss of Vietnam War, NOT!

Lewis Sorley, Westmoreland: The General Who Lost the Vietnam War. NOT!

By Roger Canfield

We are forever grateful to Lew Sorley for reminding us in a Better War that the war in Indochina was a strategic battle in the Cold War fought well for honorable purposes. Lew Sorley is surely on that very short list […]

Peace, Politics, and Military Strategy

Peace, Politics, and Military Strategy

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Phoenix: Moral & Effective Counterinsugency

Comrades—Phoenix: An Untold USA Success is Hanoi’s Propaganda Victory

In the end, Mark Moyar, author of the definitive work on the Phoenix pacification program, writes, “The Government of Vietnam had won the struggle for control over rural South Vietnam and the allegiance of its inhabitants, but it lost the war.”[1]

Conventional histories tell another story […]

Vietnam in HD: Barry Romo, Hanoi Agent? w/ postwar UPDATE

Comrades—Barry Romo Barry Romo was a major commentator on the History Channel’s “Vietnam in (High Definition)—HD.” The viewer is informed that Romo came home to toss his war medals and join the Vietnam Veterans Against the War, VVAW. That account is incomplete. In “Vietnam-HD” Barry Romo was falsely identified as a spokesman for American veterans […]

Kent State: The Rest of the Story

Students Killed at Kent State and Jackson State New Perspectives Poorly understood and historically distorted events at Kent State in April 1970 turned millions against the war. Ohio National Guardsmen killed four students and wounded nine without readily apparent reason. Kent State became another exemplar of how the U.S. government was conducting a uniquely illegal […]

The True Story of “Christmas” Bombing, N. Vietnam 1972

The Christmas Bombings of Hanoi, North Vietnam.

During the Vietnam War on December 11, 1972 Anniversary Tours, a Communist Party-USA owned travel agency, booked Scandinavian Airlines, SAS, flights out of JFK Airport bound for Hanoi, North Vietnam.

Among its passengers were folksinger Joan Baez, the Episcopal Rev. Michael Allen of Yale Divinity, Barry Romo of […]

Song: Where Have All the Commies Gone

Parody of Pete Seeger’s “Where have all the flowers gone.” Copyright 2003 Roger Canfield

Where have all the commies gone? Long time passing. Where have all the commies gone? Long time ago.

Where have all the commies gone? The liberals kissed them ev’ry one. Oh, when will you ever learn? Oh, when will you ever […]

Power from the Sun: Big Red, Little Green; Jerry Brown, Tom Hayden, Jane Fonda

Excerpts from an unpublished political biography of Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden.

Copyright Roger Canfield 2011

Solyndra, the Prequal,

After decades (1984-2010) in the wilderness of National Public Radio and Oakland California, in 2010 Jerry Brown, 72, was reelected, really resurrected, as Governor of California where the past is often […]

A Black Hole in History: How Americong Won Vietnam War Against America

Filling a Black Hole in History Comrades in Arms: How the Ameri-Cong Won the Vietnam War against the Common Enemy—America. Copyright Roger Canfield, 1988-2010. The excerpt below about an obscure meeting in Germantown, Ohio in 1973 is from a book on Vietnam uniquely important to current events. Today a divided American political elite has […]