Laos Table of Contents
Adams, Nina S., and Alfred W. McCoy (eds.). Laos: War and
     Revolution. New York: Harper and Row, 1970.

Boyle, Andrew J. Senior Officers Oral History Program.
     Washington: U.S. Military History Institute, 1971.

Breazeale, Kennon, and Snit Smuckarn. A Culture in Search of
     Survival: The Phuan of Thailand and Laos. (Southeast
     Asian Studies, Monograph Series, No. 31.) New Haven: Yale
     University, 1988.

Briggs, Lawrence P. "The Appearance and Historical Usage of the
     Terms Tai, Thai, Siamese and Lao," Journal of the American
     Oriental Society, 69, No. 2, April-June 1949, 60-73.

Brown, MacAlister, and Joseph J. Zasloff. Apprentice
     Revolutionaries: The Communist Movement in Laos,
     1930-1985. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1986.

Bui Quang Tung. "Chao Anou, roi de Vientiane, à travers les
     documents vietnamiens." Bulletin de la Société des Études
     Indochinoises [Saigon], 33, No. 4, 1958, 401-06.

Caply, Michel. "Le Japon et l'indépendance du Laos (1945),"
     Revue d'Histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale
     [Paris], 1971, 67-81.

Castle, Timothy N. At War in the Shadow of Vietnam: U.S.
     Military Aid to the Royal Lao Government, 1955-1975. New
     York: Columbia University Press, 1993.

Cordell, Helen (comp.). Laos. (World Bibliographical
     Series, No. 133.) Oxford, United Kingdom: Clio Press, 1991.

Dengler, Dieter. Escape from Laos. Novato, California:
     Presidio Press, 1979.

De Pelacot. "Le Tran Ninh historique," Revue Indochinoise
     [Hanoi], Nouvelle Série, Tome IV, 34, May 30, 1906.

Deuve, Jean. Le Laos 1945-1949: Contribution à l'histoire du
     mouvement Lao Issala. Montpellier: Université Paul
     Valéry, 1992.

------. Le Royaume du Laos 1949-1965 (Histoire événementielle
     de l'indépendance à la guerre américaine). Paris: EFEO,

Dommen, Arthur J. Conflict in Laos: The Politics of
     Neutralization. New York: Praeger, 1971.

Dommen, Arthur J., and George W. Dalley. "The OSS in Laos: The 1945
     Raven Mission and American Policy," Journal of Southeast
     Asian Studies [Singapore], 22, No. 2, September 1991,

Dore, Amphay. "Aux sources de la civilisation Lao (Contribution
     ethno-historique à la connaissance de la culture
     Louang-Phrabanaise.)" Paris: Cercle de culture et de
     recherches laotiennes, 1987. Mimeographed.

Furuta, Motoo. "The Indochina Communist Party's Division into Three
     Parties: Vietnamese Communist Policy Toward Cambodia and Laos,
     1948-1951." Pages 143-63 in Masaya Shiraishi and Motoo Furuta
     (eds.), Indochina in the 1940s and 1950s. Ithaca, New
     York: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 1992.

Goscha, Christopher E. "Thailand and the Vietnamese Resistance
     Against the French." (Master's thesis.) Canberra: Australian
     National University, 1991.

Gunn, Geoffrey C. Political Struggles in Laos (1930-1954):
     Vietnamese Communist Power and the Lao Struggle for National
     Independence. Bangkok: Editions Duang Kamol, 1988.

Hamilton-Merritt, Jane. Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the
     Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992.
     Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1993.

Heintges, John A. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army Military
     History Institute. Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania:
     Senior Officers Oral History Program, 1974.

Hirshfield, Claire. "The Struggle for the Mekong Banks, 1892-1896,"
     Journal of Southeast Asian History [Singapore], 9,
     No. 3, March 1968, 25-52.

Jumsai, M.L. Manich. History of Laos. Bangkok: Chalermnit,

Kaysone Phomvihane. Revolution in Laos: Practice and
     Prospects. Moscow: Progress, 1981.

Le Boulanger, Paul. Histoire du Laos français. Paris:
     Plon, 1931.

Levy, Paul. Histoire du Laos. (Que Sais-Je? No. 1549.)
     Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1974.

Lindell, Kristina, Hakan Lundstrom, Jan-Olof Svantesson, and
     Damrong Tayanin. The Kammu Year: Its Lore and Music.
     London: Curzon Press, 1982.

Long, Lynellyn D. Ban Vinai, The Refugee Camp. New York:
     Columbia University Press, 1993.

Neo Lao Haksat. A Quarter Century of Grim and Victorious
     Struggle. Sam Neua: Laos: 1970.

Ngaosyvathn, Mayoury, and Pheuiphanh. "Lao Historiography and
     Historians: Case Study of the War Between Bangkok and the Lao
     in 1827," Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
     [Singapore], 20, No. 1, March 1989, 55-69.

O'Neill, Thomas. "The Mekong: A Haunted River's Season of Peace,"
     National Geographic, 183, No. 2, February 1993, 2-35.

Osborne, Milton E. River Road to China: The Mekong River
     Expedition, 1866-73. New York: Liveright, 1975.

Quincy, Keith. Hmong: History of a People. Cheney,
     Washington: Eastern Washington University Press, 1988.

Randle, Robert F. Geneva 1954: The Settlement of the
     Indochinese War. Princeton: Princeton University Press,

Sage, William W., and Judith A.N. Henchy (comps.). Laos: A
     Bibliography. (Library Bulletin No. 16.) Singapore:
     Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1986.

Scott, Joanna C. Indochina's Refugees: Oral Histories from
     Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Jefferson, North Carolina:
     McFarland, 1989.

Shiraishi, Masaya, and Motoo Furuta. "Two Features of Japan's
     Indochina Policy During the Pacific War." Pages 55-85 in
     Masaya Shiraishi and Motoo Furuta (eds.), Indochina in the
     1940s and 1950s. Ithaca, New York: Southeast Asia
     Program, Cornell University, 1992.

Sila Viravong, Maha. Phongsavadan Lao (History of Laos.)
     New York: Paragon Books, 1964.

Sirikrai, Surachai. "Thai-American Relations in the Laotian Crisis
     of 1960-1962." (Ph.D. dissertation.) Binghamton: State
     University of New York, 1979.

Stieglitz, Perry. In a Little Kingdom. Armonk, New York:
     M.E. Sharpe, 1990.

Stuart-Fox, Martin. Laos: Politics, Economics, and
     Society. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner, 1986.

Stuart-Fox, Martin, and Mary Kooyman. Historical Dictionary of
     Laos. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1992.

Tarling, Nicholas (ed.). The Cambridge History of Southeast
     Asia, 1: From Early Times to c. 1800. Cambridge:
     Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Toye, Hugh. Laos: Buffer State or Battleground. London:
     Oxford University Press, 1968.

United States. Congress. 103d, 1st Session. Senate. Select
     Committee on POW/MIA Affairs. POW/MIA's: Report of the
     Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs. Washington: GPO,
     January 13, 1993.

United States. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the
     United States, 1952-54, 13: Indochina, Pt. 1. Washington:

------. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the United
     States, 1955-1957, 21: East Asian Security; Cambodia,
     Laos. Washington: 1990.

------. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the United
     States, 1958-1960, 16: East Asia-Pacific Regions; Cambodia,
     Laos. Washington: 1992.

Wyatt, David K. "Siam and Laos 1767-1827," Journal of Southeast
     Asian History [Singapore], 4, No. 2, 1963, 13-21.
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