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William J. Duiker

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University of Pennsylvania

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19104

United States

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts

Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies


French Communist Party

Founding Member


Penn State Limited

United States Foreign Service Officer and Professor of History


Education

Georgetown


B.A.

political science

Dickinson College


B.S.

foreign service

Georgetown University


M.A.

Russian history

Georgetown University


Ph.D.

Far Eastern history

Georgetown University


PhD

Far Eastern History

Georgetown


Web References(91 Total References)


25thaviation.org

In his forward to this volume, University of Pennsylvania Professor William Duiker notes: "one of the most pernicious myths about the Vietnam War-that the insurgent movement in South Vietnam was essentially an autonomous one that possessed only limited ties to the regime in the North-has been definitively dispelled."[
[27] William Duiker, "Foreword: The History of the People's Army," in Victory in Vietnam: The Official History of the People's Army of Vietnam, 1954-1975 (Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas, 2002), p. xvi. [28] Democratic Republic of Vietnam, Third National Congress of the Viet Nam Workers' Party (Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, n.d.), vol. 1, pp. 32-33.


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Three interrelated themes are treated by Professor Duiker: the evolution of the Chinese educational system from the beginning of the 20th century to World War II; the process by which a Chinese intellectual absorbed Western values and attitudes while retaining significant elements of his traditional Confucian world view; the goals of the humanist movement in early republican China and the reasons for its failure.
William J. Duiker is the author of The Rise of Nationalism in Vietnam, 1900-1941 (1976) and The Comintern and Vietnamese Communism (1975). A former foreign service officer in Taiwan and Vietnam, he took his PhD in Far Eastern History at Georgetown, and now teaches History at Penn State.


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William J. Duiker
Professor of East Asian history at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania…


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William J. Duiker
Professor of East Asian history at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania…


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Dr. William Duiker - A professor emeritus of East Asian Studies in Penn State's College of the Liberal Arts and the authority on Vietnam, Dr. Duiker discusses how Sun Tzu influenced the North Vietnamese, particularly one of the twentieth century's most fascinating leaders, Ho Chi Minh.


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