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S.L.A. Marshall • 76 Items / 14 Books, 21 Articles, 41 Reviews
Battles in the Monsoon (1967)
Campaigning in the Central Highlands, Vietnam, Summer 1966
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Published Reviews
  1. Books & the Arts
    Soldiering in Innocence (Review)
    Battles in the Monsoon, by S.L.A. Marshall
    1. Battles in the Monsoon by S.L.A. Marshall
    The Nation, July 31, 1967, p. 85
  2. Books, Arts, Manners
    Men in Battle (Review)
    Battles in the Monsoon, by S.L.A. Marshall
    1. Battles in the Monsoon by S.L.A. Marshall
    National Review, July 11, 1967, p. 752
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    Book Reviews (21 Reviews)
    Studies On Africa
    1. The Reds and the Blacks by William Attwood
    2. Freedom and Unity: Uhuru na Umoja by Julius Kambarage Nyerere
    3. Mauritania by Alfred G. Gerteiny
    4. Portuguese Africa by Ronald H. Chilcote
    5. The Dragon's Embrace by E. John Hevi
    6. Patterns of African Development by Herbert J. Spiro
    7. Black Skin, White Masks by Frantz Fanon
    8. The Anatomy of Uhuru by N.S. Carey Jones
    9. Africa: The Politics of Unity by Immanuel Wallerstein
    10. Independent Africa by L.C.B. Gower
    11. An African Season by Leonard Levitt
    12. Latin America in World Politics by Norman A. Bailey
    13. The West Indies and the Guianas by D.A.G. Waddell
    14. The Origins of Malay Nationalism by William R. Roff
    15. Brazilian Planning by Robert T. Daland
    16. Southeast Asian Tribes, Minorities, and Nations by Peter Kunstadter
    17. The Fall of Sukarno by Tarzie Vittachi
    18. Battles in the Monsoon by S.L.A. Marshall
    19. Socialist Parties in Postwar Japan by Allan B. Cole, George O. Totten, and Cecil H. Uyehara, ...
    20. Victor Charlie by Kuno Knoebl
    21. The Impact of the Russian Revolution, 1917-1967 by The Royal Institute of International Affairs, ...
    Current History, February 1968, pp. 102-106