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Voices Of Vietnamese Boat People

Author : Mary Terrell Cargill
ISBN : 9781476601106
Genre : Social Science
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On April 30, 1975, the Hanoi government of North Vietnam took control over the South. South Vietnamese, particularly “intellectuals” and those thought to have been associated with the previous regime, underwent terrible punishment, persecution and “re-education.” Seeking their freedom, thousands of South Vietnamese took to the sea in rickety boats, often with few supplies, and faced the dangers of nature, pirates, and starvation. While the sea and its danger claimed many lives, those who made it to the refugee camps still faced struggle and hardships in their quest for freedom. Here are collected the narratives of nineteen men and women who survived the ordeal of escape by sea. Today, they live in the United States as students, professors, entrepreneurs, scientists, and craftspeople who have chosen to tell the stories of their struggles and their triumph. Each narrative is accompanied by biographical information. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

The Vietnamese Boat People 1954 And 1975 1992

Author : Nghia M. Vo
ISBN : 9780786482498
Genre : History
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The biggest diaspora in Vietnamese history occurred between 1975 and 1992, when more than two million people fled by boat to escape North Vietnam’s oppressive communist regime. Before this well-known exodus from Vietnam’s shores, however, there was a massive population shift within the country. In 1954, one million fled from north to south to escape war, famine, and the communist land reform campaign. Many of these refugees went on to flee Vietnam altogether in the 1970s and 1980s, and the experiences of 1954 influenced the later diaspora in other ways as well. This book reassesses the causes and dynamics of the 1975–92 diaspora. It begins with a discussion of Vietnam from 1939 to 1954, then looks closely at the 1954 “Operation Exodus” and the subsequent resettlements. From here the focus turns to the later events that drove hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese to flee their homeland in 1975 and the years that followed. Planning for escape, choosing routes, facing pirates at sea, and surviving the refugee camps are among the many topics covered. Stories of individual escapees are provided throughout. The book closes with a look at the struggles and achievements of the resettled Vietnamese.

Humanity At Sea

Author : Itamar Mann
ISBN : 9781107148765
Genre : Law
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Integrates legal, historical, and philosophical materials to illuminate the migration topic and to provide a novel theory of human rights.

Encyclopedia Of Modern Asia

Author : David Levinson
ISBN : 0684312425
Genre : Asia
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Volume one of a six-volume set in which alphabetically arranged entries provide information on every aspect of modern Asia, including its culture, people, economy, government, arts, geography, architecture, religion, and history.

Culture And Cognitive Psychodynamics In Vietnamese American Families

Author : April Leininger
ISBN : UCSD:31822029623683
Genre : Vietnamese American families
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Autobiographies By Americans Of Color 1995 2000

Author : Deborah Stuhr Iwabuchi
ISBN : 0878755403
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This annotated bibliography covers the years 1995 through 2000 which saw a tremendous output of autobiographical material by Americans of color. Publishers released works by prominent civil rights leaders, musicians, entertainers, athletes, as well as unsung heroes with the courage to strive for a better life. This is the long awaited follow-up to the first volume of the Autobiographies by Americans of Color bibliography series.

Americans At War

Author : John Phillips Resch
ISBN : UCSC:32106017608362
Genre : United States
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Contains approximately one hundred alphabetized, cross-referenced articles on the impact of war on American society between 1946 and 2004, and includes photos and illustrations, sidebars, a chronology, a glossary, and twenty-two primary source documents.

From The Gulag To The Killing Fields

Author : Paul Hollander
ISBN : UOM:39015063296316
Genre : History
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Edited by a renowned scholar of communism, this volume gathers together more than 40 dramatic personal memoirs of communist violence and repression from political prisoners across the globe.

Against The Grain

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Refugee Survey Quarterly

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