Author Archives: mpvd1946

The Depths of Hell

Introducing the newly published THE DEPTHS OF HELL by Michael P Do. The author was detained in the Vietnamese Communist concentration camps for 10 years after the fall of the Republic of Vietnam in 1975. In 226 pages, you will discover … Continue reading

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The Vietnamese American Community of the USA (VAC-USA) New Leadership (2017-2020)

National Congress of the VAC-USA at San Antonio, Texas on October 14, 2017 Short Biography of the Members of the Boards of the Vietnamese American Community of the USA (VAC-USA).  _____________________________________________________________________________  Board of Directors 1.- Mr. Michael Do (aka Do … Continue reading

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Condemning the Barbarous Acts of Communist Vietnam against the People

The Vietnamese American Community of the USA Websites: http://tienggoicongdan.com, vacusa.wordpress.com Condemning the Barbarous Acts of Communist Vietnam against the People The Communist Vietnam government recently has carried out multiple barbarous acts upon the innocent people who participated in the peaceful … Continue reading

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United Airline’s ill-treatment toward a passenger who is a Vietnamese American elder.

April 12, 2017 To: Oscar Munoz, CEO, United Airline 233 South Wackerr Dr., Chicago, Il 60606 Customer Care,  United Airlines, Inc. 900 Grand Plaza Drive NHCCR,  Houston, TX 77067-4323 Subject: In regard of the United Airline’s ill-treatment toward a passenger who is a … Continue reading

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The Peace Movements in South Vietnam in Mid-1960s

By Michael Do  To be presented at 2017 Institute for Peace and Conflict Conference “1967: The Search for Peace”, Vietnam Center, Texas Tech University, Lubbock on Saturday 29, 2017 With a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding, the Vietnam War history has … Continue reading

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Topeka Army veteran fought, ate, lived with South Vietnamese troops

By Steve Fry, steve.fry@cjonline.com Veteran: U.S. Senate ‘defunded’ support to South Vietnam Bob Dalton was an American advisor to a South Vietnamese Army battalion during the Vietnam War. Dalton, 73, is from Topeka. Dalton sometimes carried an M-79 grenade launcher when on patrol. … Continue reading

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Public Statement in Regard to The Voice of Vietnamese Americans

Feb 24, 2017 Public Statement in Regard to The Voice of Vietnamese Americans To whom it may concern, The Vietnamese American Community of the USA is the nationwide organization that represents scores of Vietnamese Communities at city and state levels. We … Continue reading

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