Michigan State University Vietnam Oral History Project

Description: 
Michigan State University significantly influenced United States policy in Vietnam during the formative years of American involvement, 1955 to 1961. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's program of "nation building" called for extensive financial and technical assistance to South Vietnam's president, Ngo Dinh Diem. As part of this effort, the Michigan State University Group (MSUG) provided training and consultation in both police and public administration. Interviews in this project were collected as research for a doctoral dissertation.

Project Accession: 
MSUVP001

Restriction: 
No Restrictions
Number of Interviews: 
9

 
 Interviewee(s)
 Accession Number
 Date
 Interviewer
 Access
 Restrictions
Ralph Turner  
1992oh269_msuvp001  
1992-07-09
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Arthur Brandstatter  
1992oh270_msuvp002  
1992-07-17
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Fred Wickert  
1992oh271_msuvp003  
1992-07-20
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
John Hunter  
1992oh272_msuvp004  
1992-07-22
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Donald Aschom  
1992oh273_msuvp005  
1992-07-24
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Stan Sheinbaum  
1993oh126_msuvp006  

John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Milton Taylor  
1993oh202_msuvp007  
1993-05-11
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Ralph Smuckler  
1993oh203_msuvp008  
1993-05-13
John Ernst

Restrictions apply
Walter Adams  
1993oh340_msuvp009  
1993-08-10
John Ernst

No restrictions

  

  

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