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The Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1975Vietnamese Perspectives on Nation Building$
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Tuong Vu and Sean Fear

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781501745126

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9781501745126.001.0001

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The Neglect of the Republic of Vietnam in the American Historical Memory

The Neglect of the Republic of Vietnam in the American Historical Memory

Chapter:
(p.173) Chapter Fifteen The Neglect of the Republic of Vietnam in the American Historical Memory
Source:
The Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1975
Author(s):

Nu-Anh Tran

Publisher:
Cornell University Press
DOI:10.7591/cornell/9781501745126.003.0016

This chapter explains the neglect of the Republic of Vietnam in the American historical memory. It makes a personal appeal to the diasporic community for help in addressing this problem. Echoing the volume's view about the importance of memories, the chapter urges everyone who lived under the Republic of Vietnam to write memoirs, to grant interviews, and to share their memories. The most important kind of help from the community, the chapter argues, is to provide primary sources for historians. In addition, the chapter contends that the community should support Vietnamese studies, value the humanities and the social sciences as possible careers for their children, and support intellectual freedom.

Keywords:   Republic of Vietnam, South Vietnam, diasporic community, American historical memory, Vietnamese studies, Vietnamese history, Republic of Vietnam, Vietnamese diaspora

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