"Vietnam: Pull Out? Stay In? Escalate?"
Firing Line with Norman Thomas, chairman of the Socialist Party of the United States
Our many collections on Southeast Asia document the social, political, and economic changes in Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam. Subject strengths include the World War II Burma campaign, the Vietnam War, and the US military presence in the Philippines.
Sound recordings of radio broadcasts to Vietnam
US OSS officer and special assistant to the US ambassador in South Vietnam, 1965–67
Lieutenant colonel, US army; Rand consultant; counterguerrilla expert
Police adviser, United States Operations Mission, Vietnam
US ambassador to Cambodia, 1962–64
US human rights activist
US ambassador to Burma, 1952–54
US army brigadier general in China-Burma-India theater
Issuances from 1950 to 1951
Consultant on Vietnamese affairs for Rand and US Department of State
Chief, Public Administration Division, United States Operations Mission to the Philippines, 1952–55
US sociologist and author, The Philippine Answer to Communism
Materials related to Allied and Japanese intelligence activities in the Philippines during World War II
Trial materials related to the attempted coup of 1965
President, National Liberation Front of Aceh Sumatra
US political scientist and author, Indonesian Images of Their National Self
Relates to Allied occupation of Dutch Timor and Portuguese Timor
Most of the items described in these guides are now available at the East Asia Library at Stanford University or Stanford Auxiliary Libraries (SAL 1 & 2). Please check Stanford's online libraries catalog for exact locations.
Duignan, Peter, ed. The Library of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1985.
Palm, Charles, and Dale Reed. Guide to the Hoover Institution Archives. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1980.