xiv, 338p., three line maps; second printing red cloth boards gilt in dj; unclipped jacket is a little edgeworn, an entirely clean sound copy. Dommen charges that unrest in Laos is Vietnamese-caused. The book appears to be a possible ringer, one of hundreds of texts commissioned by CIA (admitted post hoc when massive ties to US journalism were unearthed), quite often through Praeger. Dommer's vita says he "was Bureau Manager for UPI in Saigon and Hong Kong from 1959 to 1963. He has travelled extensively throughout Indochina, and knows the leaders and the peoples. In 1963-64, he was Press Fellow at the CFR, " &c &c. For a while "Conflict in Laos" was widely distributed: there was a third printing, in 1967.
Very Good. No Jacket. 338 pages. Ex-Library. Book is in Very good condition throughout. The only exception is a small inscription to the inside page. The Only Exception Is Some Notes Have Been Written In Front And Back Of Book. The Prerequisites Of Such An Outcome Lie In The Proper Orchestration Of Military Power With Adroit Diplomacy. This Is Not An Easy Task. But If We Admit That The Mistakes Of The Past Can Serve As Lessons For The Future, The Study Of Events Of The Past Decade In Laos Will Yield Ample Reward.
Very Good++ in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Cloth. Very Good++/Very Good. 3rd Printing. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Book contains 338 pages. Book is very clean and very tight! Probably never read. DJ has some small chipping along the edge and is very faded on the spine. Hardly a century after the Kingdom of the Million Elephants was established, Vietnamese troops swept into the country, capturing the capital and overthowing the King.
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