Investigating the Vietnam War A Spartacus Educational website intended to help students research the Vietnam War. Links divided by subject categories. Site located in United Kingdom.
Sixties Project Site designed by the New Word Order. Contains primary documents, personal memoirs, bibliographies, filmographies, poetry, and fiction from and about the Sixties in America and the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Center at Texas Tech University Established in 1989 as a unit of the university’s College of Arts and Sciences, the Center’s principal functions are to encourage the continuing study of all aspects of the American Vietnam experience, and to guide and assist in the development and growth of The Vietnam Archive at Texas Tech University.
Vietnam: Echoes from the Wall History, learning and leadership through the lens of the Vietnam War era. This site provides resources that educators may use to instruct students on all perspectives of the Vietnam War era. It also encourages students to examine the lessons of that chaotic period to help them gain a heightened awareness of the impact and legacy of the War, while also gaining skills in leadership and decision-making.
Vietnam-Era Prisoner of War/ Missing in Action Database U.S. Federal Research Division Database which has been established to assist researchers interested in investigating the U.S. Government documents pertaining to U.S. military personnel listed as unaccounted for as of December 1991.
The Wars for Vietnam: 1945-1975 Site developed around the course materials for Robert Brigham’s senior seminar on the Viet Nam War at Vassar College. It offers students an opportunity to examine sources on the Vietnam War, including numerous official documents (in translation) from the Vietnamese archives on the war in Hanoi.