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  • A Life in Military and Foreign Service
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    A Life in Military and Foreign Service

    Robert Traister described his career serving in the U.S. Army and for the U.S. Agency for International Development during the Vietnam War. He served as province senior adviser in Sa Dec,…

  • Senator Jon Tester Delivers Democratic Weekly Address
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    Democratic Weekly Address

    Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) delivered the Democratic Weekly Address discussing the Trump administration’s decision to delay certain health benefits to veterans suffering from Vietnam…

  • 1970 Kent State Photographs
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    1970 Kent State Photographs

    Howard Ruffner talked about the photos he took on May 4, 1970, when National Guard troops shot and killed four students at Kent State University in Ohio during an anti-Vietnam War protest. Mr.…

  • Vietnam War Lessons Learned
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    Vietnam War Lessons Learned

    Triton College professor Edward White taught a class on lessons learned from the Vietnam War. He covered what military generals said after the war and how films and documentaries have…

  • Nixon Kissinger and US Withdrawal From Vietnam
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    Nixon, Kissinger and U.S. Withdrawal From Vietnam

    U.S. Air Force Academy Professor Stephen Randolph taught a class about President Richard Nixon, his National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger, and their strategy for the U.S. withdrawal…

  • emThe Whole World is Watchingem
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    The Whole World is Watching

    This film by the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department documents a series of anti-Vietnam War actions by about 45,000 protesters in 1971. Blocking access to government buildings and disrupting traffic,…

  • President Nixons Silent Majority Speech on Vietnam War
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    President Nixon's "Silent Majority" Speech on Vietnam War

    President Nixon talked to the nation about the prospects for peace in Vietnam. He outlined a program of “Vietnamization” in which the U.S. military would gradually turn over operations to South…

  • emDissent of the Governed The Duffey Campaign in 1970em
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    Dissent of the Governed, The Duffey Campaign in 1970

    Filmmaker Robert Newman documents the 1970 U.S. Senate campaign of 35 year-old Joseph Duffey, who ran on an anti-Vietnam War platform and against much of Connecticut’s Democratic…

  • Music and the Vietnam War
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    Music and the Vietnam War

    Country Joe McDonald and Peter Yarrow talked about the role of music in the anti-Vietnam War movement. Mr. McDonald performed with “Country Joe and the Fish.” Mr. Yarrow was a member of “Peter, Paul and Mary.”…

  • PostVietnam War Refugees
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    Post-Vietnam War Refugees

    University of Michigan professor Melissa Borja taught a class about Southeast Asian migration to the United States and post-Vietnam War refugees. She examined how laws and public opinion…

  • emA Chronology of Hopeem
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    A Chronology of Hope

    Released in 1969, “A Chronology of Hope” is a U.S. Information Agency film promoting America’s diplomatic efforts to negotiate an end to the Vietnam War from 1964 to the beginning of the…

  • US Soldier Morale 19711973
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    U.S. Soldier Morale 1971-1973

    A panel of historians examined the morale of U.S. soldiers in the final two years of the Vietnam War. This discussion was part of an all-day conference titled “Manpower and Morale After…

  • US Army Policy Changes After Vietnam
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    U.S. Army Policy Changes After Vietnam

    The assistant army secretary of Manpower and Reserve Affairs talked about the policy changes and the lessons learned since the Vietnam War. He argued that the U.S. Army should remain an…

  • Coping With Low Morale During the Vietnam War
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    Coping With Low Morale During the Vietnam War

    A former U.S. Army psychiatrist and a retired U.S. Marine Lt. Colonel who both served in Vietnam joined two historians to discuss the problem of low morale in the final years of American participation…

  • Manpower and Morale After the 1968 Tet Offensive
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    Manpower and Morale After the 1968 Tet Offensive

    Historians looked at military manpower and morale trends after the 1968 Tet Offensive. Topics included draft and enlistment rates of college graduates, the perspective of Army Chaplains, and Project 100,000…

  • We Shot the War Exhibit
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    "We Shot the War" Exhibit

    Author Lisa Nguyen showcased the ‘We Shot the War’ exhibit at Stanford University and highlighted the contributions and photos of Overseas Weekly, an eccentric newspaper that covered the Vietnam War.…

  • emTestimony of Truthem
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    Testimony of Truth

    Produced by the Japanese Committee for the Investigation of U.S. War Crimes in Vietnam, this film details a 1966 to 1967 investigation of civilian injuries and deaths caused by U.S. bombing…

  • Vietnam POW Wives
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    Vietnam POW Wives

    Former Vietnam War-era POW wives who joined forces on behalf of their captive and missing husbands shared their experiences. Heath Hardage Lee is the author of The League of Wives: The…

  • emZero to Heroem
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    Zero to Hero

    Medal of Honor recipient Allen Lynch talked about his book, Zero to Hero: From Bullied Kid to Warrior, on growing up in Chicago and serving in the Vietnam War.

  • Washington Journal Artie Muller on Rolling Thunder Rally
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    Artie Muller on Rolling Thunder Rally

    Artie Muller talked about Rolling Thunder’s mission and why the 2019 rally would be the last in the Washington D.C.-area.

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