1813 results found for: subject:"Vietnam War, 1961-1975"

Gallery view

1966 July 27

Entin, David Hudson

Poem of Quang Gnai

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on small sheet of typewriter paper. A poem beginning, "Won't you walk with me though the streets of Quang Gnai..." and describing people encountered as the day ends.

David Entin Papers

1966 Dec. 11

Entin, David Hudson

Letter from David Entin to his parents

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on blue typewriter paper, addressed "Hi Folks." Writes that the rainy season subsiding. Personnel problems dominate his work. Canadian ambassador visited. Invited by Korean colonel to attend a local show by Korean entertainers, and sang Korean, French, and American songs. Entin a little dismayed by the idea that the worst of American culture is spreading the world over. Worried about the allies ... more

David Entin Papers

1967 Oct. 15

Entin, David Hudson

Progress and reporting

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Questioning whether progress is being made. Believes assessments may prove to be subjective and that military has "strong tendency to report a rosy picture." Computer system analysis seems suspect to Entin and at best shows it will take 55 months to "win" war.

David Entin Papers

1968 Jan. 22

USAID/Vietnam

Memorandum from USAID/Vietnam to Assistant Deputy for CORDS

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Memorandum, with subject "Trip Report, Quan Tri," written by David Entin and addressed to ADFC. Describes trip taken on January 18 to assess work of Revolutionary Development Program, problem areas, and recommendations.

David Entin Papers

1968 Feb. 9

USAID/Vietnam

Memo for files

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Summary of conversation between Lt. Col Moon and Mr. Cross regarding what Moon learned in talks with Province chief Col. Khoa. "Most of old Struggle Movement people, active in '65 and '66, are now back with" Viet Cong.

David Entin Papers

1966 Nov. 28

Entin, David Hudson

Letter from David Entin to his parents

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper. Addressed, "Hi Folks," describes recent trip to Saigon for work and to Manila to see his wife, Audrey. Typhoon Nancy hit, but they had a good time. Saw movies "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "Cast a Giant Shadow." Describes his busy activity upon his return to Qu?ng Ngãi.

David Entin Papers

1972

Zimmerman, Bill, 1940-

Hanoi diary

Amherst (Mass.) - Program on bombing campaign on North Vietnam.

WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection

1967 Jan. 31

USAID/Vietnam

The Revolutionary Development plan for 1967

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Copy of typed report subtitled "Outline and Progress to Date." Details budget plans for the year for various reconstruction projects: rural education, public works, hamlet and village administration, agriculture irrigation, fisheries, animal husbandry, agricultural affairs, montagnard agriculture, self-help, rural health, and other RD programs.

David Entin Papers

1966 Oct. 23

Entin, David Hudson

The rainy season

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed on typewriter paper with no greeting. Describes the rains and their impact. In past five days it has rained 16 out of each 24 hour period bringing mosquitos and water inside. Roads and low buildings flooded. Winds aggravate situation by blowing water away from their natural return to the ocean. Describes years with worse flooding and the relative ease with which "the poor people" handle the ... more

David Entin Papers

1967 Jan. 8

Entin, David Hudson

Letter from David Entin to his parents

Qu?ng Ngãi (Vietnam) - Typed in script on typewriter paper, addressed, "Hi Folks." Recounts time spent with wife, Audrey, over Christmas holiday. They decorated a tree and exchanged gifts. Saw all the sights of Saigon, traveled to Qu?ng Ngãi together, spent five days before returning to Saigon, sending Audrey back to Manila.

David Entin Papers