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"The Quiet American" and "Bloods" and the style of american warfare used in both.
The Quiet American and Bloods are two different accounts of the Vietnam War in various stages of the wars development. Both portray a different approach to warfare by diverse types of American people. The contrast in the cultural backgrounds of the main characters of each book dramatically changes the way in which the Vietnamese soldiers view them as enemies. The state of American involvement is increased from a covert type in The Quiet American to an active military engagement in Bloods which makes it difficult to compare the two as equals. One theme that is synonymous in both works is ra…
- "The Quiet American" and "Bloods" and the style of american warfare used in both.
- During the Spanish American War fighting was taking place in the Philippines. This is an essay on those accounts in the Philippines.
- report is an overview on the Spanish American War and the Treaty of Paris
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