Access To History: The USA & Vietnam 2nd Edition Paperback – 31 Jul 2002
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This book is an ideal source for the teacher on this aspect of the Cold War...If this topic is on your exam list, or if it is being considered, then this volume will provide the necessary information to tackle this topic successfully. (SATH Resources Review 2003-09-18)
Ensure your students have access to the authoritative and in-depth content of this popular and trusted A Level History series. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
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They're layout is suitable for A level and above really with all the depth of knowledge you'd require for both the coursework and exam sections of the modules.
This particular Access to History is very big (nearly an inch in width) compared to my other books I have, this one is the heartiest.
However, as per usual, loads of information and the sections along the side are great as revision activities and/or exercises to test your own knowledge.
The content of this book not only makes it suitable for school use, but also for the general reader wishing to learn more about Vietnam, how america got involved and why they didn't win.
The summary diagrams are a good source of revision and it is broken up in a useful way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great book - really helped my son with his history GCSE (and I actually enjoyed reading it too...)Published 3 months ago by Carocaro
Very good brief summary. Aimed at students. Never ducked once however.Published 8 months ago by duncan cameron
This book doesn't even justify one star. The worst book I have ever come across concerning the US involvement in Vietnam. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mr James Wilkins
This is a very comprehensive book which has been a valuable tool for my daughter's studies. Highly recommend.Published 22 months ago by Lisa