Street Without Joy Pt. 1 - Tommy Finch - Street Without Joy (Vinyl)

About the four chapters indicating the employment of a Diary , Fall here described his personal experiences of the war which animate his book. He was not a journalist, but a scholar doing research. Yet, as a "Frenchman who had formerly served" he was permitted to accompany the French army and live "with the men who were doing the fighting".

He "met many a soldier, French or Asian, who could tell me in his own terms what it was like to be out along the defense perimeter, wet and afraid.

Also a reserve officer, he became familiar with the French military from the inside. In he went to Vietnam, where he did research for his doctoral dissertation on the revolutionary insurgents. It was published as The Vietminh Regime A political and military analysis , Hell in a Very Small Place.

In the late s he taught for a U. Pages are tanned slightly on outer edges. Seller Inventory HSF More information about this seller Contact this seller 3. Hard Cover. No Jacket. Fourth Edition. Illustrated with photographs, drawings, maps, and the endpapers have an area map of Indochina, with a glossary, an appendix, and bibliography. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4.

Paul, MN, U. Fourth edition, 8vo, pp. A military history of Indochina. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by Stackpole Company, Harrisburg Pa Pictorial Cloth. Condition: Very Good Plus.

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Bernard B Fall illustrator. The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Over music and spoken word tracks take the listener through a guided tour of this epochal period of modern history. The full-color book that accompanies the music has information on the songs and the artists who recorded them by music scholar Hugo A. Keesing; a history of the war by Vietnam historian Lois T. Vietri; and an oral history of the tunes that 'in country' vets loved best by authors Doug Bradley and Craig Werner.

Subject Popular music. Rock music. Country music. Folk music. The small recon companies that were the center of its activities conducted some of the most dangerous missions of the war, infiltrating areas controlled by the North Vietnamese in Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia. The companies never exceeded more than 30 Americans, yet they were the best source for the enemy's disposition.

By: Nick Brokhausen. The personal account of a guerrilla fighter in the French Foreign Legion reveals the Nazi Battalion's inhumanities to Indochinese villagers. By: George R. When The Centurions was first published in , readers were riveted by the thrilling account of soldiers fighting for survival in hostile environments.

They were equally transfixed by the chilling moral question the novel posed: how to fight when the "age of heroics is over". As relevant today as it was half a century ago, The Centurions is a gripping military adventure, an extended symposium on waging war in a new global order, and an essential investigation of the ethics of counterinsurgency.

By: Jean Larteguy , and others. In this landmark work that will forever change your understanding of how and why America went to war in Vietnam, author Fredrik Logevall taps newly accessible diplomatic archives in several nations and traces the path that led two Western nations to tragically lose their way in the jungles of Southeast Asia.

By: Fredrik Logevall. With more than half a million copies sold, Robert Mason's Chickenhawk is one of the best-selling books ever written about the Vietnam War. Fascinated with flying from a young age, Mason earned his private pilot's license even before graduating high school.

He enlisted in the army in and endured an extremely challenging "weeding out" process in an effort to fly helicopters. Sent to Vietnam, he survived more than 1, air combat missions despite the violence and brutality exploding all around him. By: Robert Mason. Go deep into the jungle with five SOG warriors surrounded by 10, enemy troops as they stack up the dead to build a human buttress for protection.

Witness a Green Beret, shot in the back four times and left for dead, who survives to fight savagely against incredible odds to complete his missions. By: John Stryker Meyer.

Sheehan's tragic biography of John Paul Vann is also a sweeping history of America's seduction, entrapment and disillusionment in Vietnam. By: Neil Sheehan. Uncommon Valor is a look into the formation and operation of an advanced Special Forces recon company during the Vietnam War. SOG warriors operated in small teams, going behind enemy lines in Laos and Cambodia and along the Ho Chi Minh Trail, tasked with performing special reconnaissance, sabotaging North Vietnamese Army ammunition, and far more.

By: Stephen L. Gary Linderer volunteered for the Army, then volunteered for Airborne training. When he reached Vietnam in , he was assigned to the famous "Screaming Eagles," the st Airborne Division.

There are none better. By: Gary A. Code-named the Studies and Observations Group, SOG was the most secret elite US military unit to serve in the Vietnam War - so secret that its very existence was denied by the government. By: John L. Max Hastings has spent the past three years interviewing scores of participants on both sides, as well as researching a multitude of American and Vietnamese documents and memoirs, to create an epic narrative of an epic struggle.

Here are the vivid realities of strife amid jungle and paddies that killed two million people. By: Max Hastings. In , however, he appeared on television to decry the doomed war effort in Vietnam. With About Face , he has written what many Vietnam veterans have called the most important book of their generation. By: Colonel David H. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.

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It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews. Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. All the histories of American involvement in Vietnam mention this book, usually reverently, for its coverage of the French war in Vietnam. It's really good, with both the feel of an insider who knows the people and situation, and the big picture view.

But he's totally anti-Communist, while respecting the dedication and ability the Viet Minh showed. One bad point: this isn't a report on the whole 8 years the French fought there, just in depth reporting on a few campaigns in and later. One fascinating point: the potted bio on the back shows he was based in the US through most of the 50's and 60's, until he died walking with an American unit, killed by a land mine, so his view isn't totally French and foreign.

Amazing book with detailed information about the history of the French debacle in Vietnam. Great maps, first hand accounts and interviews. Too bad, President LBJ never read it. Many American solders might have been saved fighting this usless 10 year disaster.

Made famous in the movie "We were soldiers" this is the beginning book anyone should read to learn more about the history of the Vietnam War. I read it a long time ago and purchased it to reread and found it a page turner.

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9 thoughts on “Street Without Joy Pt. 1 - Tommy Finch - Street Without Joy (Vinyl)

  1. Feb 21,  · Tommy Finch - Street Without Joy Pt. 1 Vietnam War Song Project Tommy Finch - A Marine's Diary Bernard B. Fall Street Without Joy The French Debacle in Indochina Part .
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: Tommy Finch - Street Without Joy Pt. 1 / Street Without Joy Pt. 2 - Cobra [Pennsylvania] - USA -
  3. Street without Joy is a book originally about the First Indochina War (); it was revised in The author Bernard Fall was a Franco-American professor and journalist. He had been on-site as a French soldier, and then as an American war book gives a first-hand look at the French engagement, with an insider understanding of Vietnamese events, and provided.
  4. The 'Street without Joy' in the title refers to a stretch of the N-S coastal road in central Vietnam that was repeatedly being harassed by a Viet-Minh regiment. A complete D-Day style invasion, reinforced with parachutists dropping in, was staged by the French to encircle and destroy this single regiment which - needless to say - had no trouble Cited by:
  5. Street Without Joy by Bernard B. Fall. Topics Vietnam War Guerrilla Warfare Collection opensource Language English. book about the Vietnam War Addeddate Identifier StreetWithoutJoy_ Identifier-ark ark://t70w5mp4x Ocr .
  6. Street Without Joy is the definitively account of the first Indo-China War, as France attempted to hold on to it's East Asian colony. Bernard draws on first hand experience and documentary research in Paris to describe the slow defeat of France in the "vast empty spaces" of Vietnam's jungle and highlands to the light infantry of the Viet Minh/5().
  7. “Street Without Joy” is the English translation of “La Rue Sans Joie,” the French nickname for a stretch of Route 1 in the Quang Tri province in central Vietnam, a vitally important road as it served as the primary land route connecting the northern and southern halves of the country.
  8. On the land side, the "Street Without Joy" was preceded by another, less well-defined line of villages, the centre of which was Van Trinh. This was protected in turn by a vast zone of swamps, sand holes and quicksand bogs, extending all the way to Route 1. With an average width of about eight kilometers, it constitutes an almost impassable.
  9. JOY STREET served up platters of Boston history. 19th century homes claim notoriety on Joy Street and are still in existence today. Can you imagine living on a street labeled JOY? Literature at its best with well formed sentences, rich dialogue, fascinating characters/5(21).

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