Added: October 25, 2014 – Last updated: July 2, 2016


Author: Gary Kulik and Peter Zinoman

Title: Misrepresenting Atrocities

Subtitle: Kill Anything that Moves and the Continuing Distortions of the War in Vietnam

Journal: Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture Review

Volume: -

Issue: 12

Year: September 2014

Pages: 162-198

ISSN: 2158-9674 – Find a Library: Open Access Journal

Language: English

Keywords: Modern History: 20th Century | American History: U.S. History; Asian History: Vietnamese History | Types: Wartime Rape / Vietnam War


Link: Cross-Currents (Free Access)


Authors: Peter B. Zinoman, Department of History, University of California at Berkeley


  Introduction (p. 162)
  Sources of Atrocity (p. 167)
  Interpreting the "Trieu Ai Massacre" (p. 173)
  Balance and Politics (p. 186)
  Conclusion (p. 189)
  Notes (p.190)
  References (p. 194)

Review of: Turse, Nick. Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam. New York 2013. – Bibliographic Entry: Info

Wikipedia: History of Asia: History of Vietnam / History of Vietnam since 1945 | History of the Americas: History of the United States / History of the United States (1945–64), History of the United States (1964–80) | Types of rape: Wartime sexual violence | War: Vietnam War / United States war crimes