Albert Santoli

Leading the Way

How Vietnam Veterans Rebuilt the U.S. Military: An Oral History

Publication Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2011

"Santoli traveled to military bases and headquarters around the country interviewing career personnel who served during the troubled Vietnam years and the postwar period when morale plummeted in all branches of the service."  {read more}

Unrestricted warfare

China's Master Plan to Destroy America

Publication Date: Thursday, August 22, 2002

As incredible as it may be to believe, three years before the Sept. 11 bombing of the World Trade Center a Chinese military manual titled Unrestricted Warfare touted such an attack - suggesting it would be difficult for the U.S. military to cope with.  {read more}

Empires of the Steppe

Russia and China from Antiquity to 1912

Publication Date: 2002

Today's emerging strategic partnership between Russia and China is of profound significance for the United States. Yet Moscow and Beijing have a centuries-old history of competition and cooperation, the legacy of which will profoundly shape the outcome of the current Sino-Russian strategic entente.   {read more}

To Bear Any Burden

he Vietnam War and Its Aftermath in the Words of Americans and Southeast Asians

Publication Date: June 22, 1999

Unlike some oral history compilers, Santoli does not limit his book to the accounts of American combat veterans; nor does he follow the typical question-answer format. He instead provides experiences, views and thoughts of Americans, Southeast Asians, and civilians, that focus on matters beyond the chaotic insanity of combat, descriptions of which do not dominate the book.  {read more}

Peace and human rights in Cambodia

Exploring from Within

Publication Date: Monday, January 1, 1990

New Americans: An Oral History

Immigrants and Refugees in the U.S. Today

Publication Date: 1988

"Contrary to what the doomsayers tell us, these immigrants are doing their best not to be a burden on our social services... They are, for the most part, optimistic, determined and have a strong sense of family. Their great losses are not passed on to their children, who adapt quickly and become more American than Americans."  {read more}

Everything We Had

An Oral History of the Vietnam War

Publication Date: 1985

An oral history of the Vietnam War by thirty-three American soldiers who fought it. A 1983 American Book Award nominee.  {read more}