Operation Babylift & Vietnam Adoptee ResourcesA list of resources for Vietnamese adoptees and Operation Babylift.
Visit this site for the largest collection of articles and photographs on Operation Babylift. Adoptees, parents, nurses, adoption workers, military personnel and others share their personal stories in this multifaceted overview of Operation Babylift.
The Legacy of Operation Babylift
Historical overview of the events of Operation Babylift.
Operation Babylift Books
Reviews of books related to Operation Babylift, including personal accounts.
PBS documentary on the Vietnam Babylift. An eye-catching and informative website.
Vietnamese Adoptee Network
Website for an active group of Vietnamese adoptees, includes a forum, list of activities and chapter representatives.
Chao Ban Vietnam Adoption Newsletter
Newsletter for families who have adopted from Vietnam, includes Vietnamese culture articles, activities and resources for adults and children. Articles from adult adoptees are welcome.
Lana Noone dedicated this website to her daughter Heather Constance Noone / Mai Ngoc Tranh who sadly passed away as a baby. Although critically ill, she was flown halfway around the world during the Babylift in a valiant attempt to save her life. This site presents information on Lana's books and the Babylift.
Matthew Steiner's personal story of his adoption from Vietnam in the early 70's is available on the Holt website.
Operation Babylift: The Lost Children of Vietnam
Tammy Nguyen Lee is an independent producer/director, first generation Vietnamese American working on this documentary to tell a different story about the War that has up until now been overshadowed.
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