9 edition of Spies and commandos found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kenneth Conboy and Dale Andradé.|
|Series||Modern war studies|
|LC Classifications||DS559.8.M44 C66 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||99043457|
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The book Spies and Commandos is the most helpful and important reference for me to understand the details of RoCAF's involvement in Vietnam. As an author too, I am amazed that the two authors must have spent lots of time and energy to collect all those information.
The major RoCAF unit involved in Vietnam was the 34th Squadron "Black Bats".Cited by: 3. Spies and Commandos book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. During the Vietnam war, the United States sought to undermine Ha /5. Spies and Commandos is a great book for anyone interested in SOG's exploits in SEA.
This book is well researched and goes into great detail about the missions executed throughout m, Laos, and Cambodia. Conboy is a great author and any of his works are well recommended for those who seek an unbiased account of covert operations in SEA/5.
Spies and Commandos traces the rise and demise of this secret operation—started by the CIA in and expanded by the Pentagon beginning in—in the first book to examine the program from both sides of the war. Kenneth Conboy and Dale Andradé interviewed CIA and military personnel and traveled in Vietnam to locate former commandos who had been captured by Hanoi, enabling them to tell.
While Spies & Commandos: How America Lost the Secret War in North Vietnam, by Kenneth Conboy and Dale Andradé (University Press of Kansas, Lawrence,$), was not written as a companion book to The Secret War, it is not a stretch to imagine them as volume one and volume two on the same : Historynet Staff.
The book's most riveting sections are the many suspenseful accounts of cross-border missions--complete with names, dates, places, acronyms, code names, and a detailed cataloguing of weapons and espionage equipment used by the spies and commandos."--Publishers WeeklyBrand: Kenneth Conboy.
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Kenneth Conboy and Dale Andrade interviewed CIA and military personnel and traveled in Vietnam to locate former commandos who had. Spies and Commandos Kenneth J. Conboy, Author, Dale Andrade, Joint Author University Press of Kansas $ (p) ISBN Buy this.
Get this from a library. Spies and commandos: how America lost the secret war in North Vietnam. [Kenneth J Conboy; Dale Andradé] -- "During the Vietnamese war, the United States sought to undermine Hanoi's subversion of the Saigon regime by sending Vietnamese operatives behind enemy line.
A secret to most Americans, this covert. “Lincoln’s Spies” is a fascinating, well-written and well-researched book that covers the Civil War chronologically while highlighting the actions of the four spies and others. • Paul. Spies and Commandos: How America Lost the Secret War in North Vietnam: Kenneth Conboy, Dale Andrade: Books - (6).
"We killed or captured all of these spies and commandos." Many were lured into traps by Pham, a North Vietnamese exile in Saigon. The CIA recruited him in to return north and spy on his homeland. The New Spymasters, my new book, is the product of nearly 20 years of writing about and meeting spies, ever since they emerged from the shadows of the Berlin Wall.
During the Vietnam War, the U.S. sought to undermine Hanoi's subversion of the Saigon regime by sending Vietnamese operatives behind enemy lines.
All the commandos were killed or captured, with many reporting false information. This book traces the rise and demise of this secret operation. Spies and Commandos is a great book for anyone interested in SOG's exploits in SEA.
This book is well researched and goes into great detail about the missions executed throughout m, Laos, and Cambodia. Conboy is a great author and any of his works are well recommended for those who seek an unbiased account of covert operations in by: 3.
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Spies () is a psychological novel by English author and dramatist Michael Frayn. It is currently studied by A-Level, and some GCSE, literature students in various schools.
It is also studied by some Year 12 VCE English students in Australia. Narrating in the form of a bildungsroman, an elderly man, Stephen Wheatley, reminisces about his Publisher: Faber & Faber.
Lawrence, Ks.: University Press of Kansas, Pp. x, Illus, maps, notes, biblio., index. $ ISBN Despite it’s sub-title, Spies & Commandos is actually about secret American and South Vietnamese efforts to conduct a secret war in North Vietnam.
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