Vom 29. bis 30. November veranstaltet die Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz die interdisziplinäre Tagung „Die 1968er Jahre: Rebellion – Provokation – Pop“. Im Mittelpunkt steht dabei 1968 als globales Ereignis, als „the year that rocked the world“ (Kurlansky), das sich durch internationale Interdependenzen und wechselseitige Einflüsse von Politik, Literatur, Film, Musik, bildender Kunst und Medien auszeichnet.
Workshop "We all wanna change the world: The Revolutionary Sixties in the Mediterranean and the Middle East"
Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin
11-12 October 2018
First, thanks for this posted Review. Prof. Moise, with whom have had previous discussions, not just about this subject, attempts here to answer many of the historic issues and subjects surrounding Tet.
In a couple of them will agree with the points made by this Review as book conclusions. In a couple of others have maybe commented elsewhere but will posit on this Review[not having read Prof. Moise's book] the points do not reach satisfactory presentation.
Focus below is an excerpted portion of the Review. It tells the story of Tet abnd its after effects upon Vietnam war and American political-military views. This particular moment in history is set forth quite well; being in DC at that time as part of the US Govt., the overall shock of seeing how far from victory US forces were by the abilities demonstrated in this determined Communist assault upon all of So.