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Decent interval

an insider"s account of Saigon"s indecent end

by Frank Snepp

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Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Central Intelligence Agency,
    • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- United States,
    • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975,
    • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Secret Service -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementtold by the CIA"s Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam, Frank Snepp.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS558 .S58
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 590 p., [8] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages590
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4582133M
      ISBN 100394407431
      LC Control Number77155034

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Widely regarded as a classic on the Vietnam War, Decent Interval provides a scathing critique of the CIA's role in and final departure from that conflict. Still the most detailed and respected account of America’s final days in Vietnam, the book was written at great risk and ultimately at great sacrifice by an author who believed in the CIA’s cause but was disillusioned by the agency’s Cited by: Widely regarded as a classic on the Vietnam War, Decent Interval provides a scathing critique of the CIA's role in and final departure from that conflict.

Still the most detailed and respected account of America's final days in Vietnam, the book was written at great risk and ultimately at great sacrifice by an author who believed in the CIA's cause but was disillusioned by/5. The royalties from Decent Interval (amounting to $, by the time Snepp lost in front of the Supreme Court) were surrendered to the CIA, and Snepp forced to clear all future publications with the CIA.

In Snepp published a second book, Irreparable Harm, about his. An Insider’s Account of Saigon’s Indecent End. Told by the CIA’s Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam by Frank Snepp Published by Random House in The following narrative, highlighting the events examined in Decent Interval, is adapted from a television documentary featuring Frank Snepp.

Jan 24,  · Decent Interval (A Charles Paris Mystery) [Simon Brett] on software-comparativo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. By popular demand: a welcome return for Simon Brett's actor detective Charles Paris, last seen in 's Dead Room Farce. After a long period of 'resting'4/5(23).

Jan 01,  · The Charles Paris series of books by Simon Brett are a joy to read, feel-good lightweight novels for when you need a bit of cheering up. Several of them have been dramatised for radio by Jeremy Front, and A Decent Interval at number 18 is quite a late one in the series/5.

Decent interval book It's a strange phrase, nearly forgotten, but "decent interval" meant something in the latter days of Vietnam, when our leaders groped for a way to get out of the war without admitting they couldn. Widely regarded as a classic on the Vietnam War, Decent Interval provides a scathing critique of the CIA's role in and final departure from that conflict.

Still the most detailed and respected account of America’s final days in Vietnam, the book was written at great risk and ultimately at great sacrifice by an author who believed in the CIA’s cause but was disillusioned by the agency’s.

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Snepp's first book, "Decent Interval," published inwas a best-selling account of how the CIA and the State Department bungled the evacuation of Saigon and abandoned thousands of loyal South.

with so much poor content offered today it is refreshing to have an author who still considers the time and expectations of their constant reader. I enjoyed Michael Page. He is not as good as the cast reading of the BBC productions but unabridged narration is a different animal.

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‘After a decent interval has passed, we'll hear what they're going to do.’ ‘In that case, the decision, after some hesitation, was to cancel sporting events for a decent interval.’ ‘I chatted for a decent interval, then picked up my book, smiled, and wished them a pleasant vacation.’.

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They thought it would be about two years. He spent 20, American lives to create a decent interval. It was partly his political interest to not be the man who lost Vietnam immediately. Aug 22,  · Frank Snepp is a Peabody award-winning investigative journalist, most recently for NBC in Los Angeles, and the author of two CIA memoirs.

One, "Decent Interval," is an account of the fall of Saigon, based on his perspective as the CIA's chief strategy analyst there. PHOTO: COURTESY FRANK SNEPP ’65, ’68 SIPA Published inDecent Interval provided one of the earliest of several revelations about the agency, and the CIA sued Snepp to prevent publica­tion.

Inthe case reached the Supreme Court; Snepp lost. The author was CIA strategy analyst in Vietnam for five years, including the period from the Paris Accords of to the final Communist victory in April His emphatically unauthorized book is an excoriating, almost unbearably painful account of the last days, with emphasis on the delusions and derelictions of high-ranking Americans.

The principal target, chillingly portrayed, is Author: Gaddis Smith. A Decent Interval. By: Amongst his many bequests, perhaps the most valuable is his little black book, in which he listed all the people who ever worked for him, with details of their particular skill sets.

This means that whenever Mrs P has a crime to solve, she can readily contact someone with. Apr 30,  · Point-Counterpoint: Rory Kennedy’s Oscar Nominated Vietnam Doc by Frank Snepp, January 26, On January 26, David Mattingly who had served aboard the U.S.

evacuation fleet operating off in April wrote a much appreciated response to my cautionary posts about Rory Kennedy’s documentary, “Last Days in Vietnam” in which I appeared as a “talking head” and as an ex.

The Supreme Court in upheld the constitutionality of requiring pre-publication review of books by government employees in a case involving a former CIA agent who wrote about his time in Vietnam.

In Snepp v. United States, the Court ruled that the review was not a form of prior restraint, restricting Frank Snepp's First Amendment freedoms. Nov 01,  · Decent Interval An Insider's Account of Saigon's Indecent End Told by the Cia's Chief Strategy Analyst in Vietnam 25 Anv Sub edition by Frank Snepp.

Published November by University Press of Kansas. Written in EnglishCited by: Jul 19,  · Nixon’s “Decent Interval” Vietnam Strategy Should Give Obama Pause The briefing book and transcript quoted above remained classified for.

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