This film explores the experience of Virginians that fought during the critical Tet Offensive in 1968, a turning point of the Vietnam War.
This film includes personal recollections from veterans of the Vietnam War, with focus on the revolutionary technology of helicopters and American air operations.
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Aired June 8, 2020
Discover history from those who lived it with the VA War Memorial’s Vietnam Veterans Panel. Hear these veterans’ stories of war, and come prepared with questions!
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Includes glossary, timeline, maps, and more! Great for teachers, parents, and anyone hoping to learn more about the Vietnam War.
Want to learn about the experiences of those who fought in the Vietnam War? Here’s some advice on how to talk to someone you know (a relative, a neighbor, or someone else in your community) about the war! Consider interviewing several veterans and starting an oral history project.