The Vietnam War (History Channel)
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Now THE HISTORY CHANNEL presents a comprehensive 2-disc set that profiles the decision-makers and chronicles each key event in the Vietnam war, from the advisors arrival in 1959 to the airlift from the roof of the American Embassy in 1975. Archival footage and interviews with historians and veterans reveal the military and political strategies in play, and CBS News archives take viewers to the frontlines to witness the daily struggles of American servicemen and women.
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However, This was CBS reporter Roger Mudd introducing the DVD.
There were different servicemen being interviewed than what I remember.
I was hoping to have obtained the same program.
That said, this dvd was pretty good and I would recommend it to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
if you want a good history of events this is a good set to buy. if you are a Viet Nam vet you can appreciate this documentary.Published 6 months ago by bru
With the History Channel logo I expected a factual documentary....WRONG...This is a product of CBS "News" and loaded with anti-war propaganda from the political agenda of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by J Lochaby
This was very disappointing. I expected it to be of the same caliber of the History Channel's video of The Korean War. Unfortunately, I was wrong. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jesse E. Aguilar
The History Channel view of the Vietnam War was excellent. I showed to my students in my American Government class (the first part of the war/dvd one. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Steve Wenzel
Just because it is educational does not remove the merit of its fifth star. The truth of lies by close presidential advisors is made clear, not diminished. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Wyatt Williams
The information is very good. It is just that with the History Channel you get their segments with their logos to start and finish frequently which are a bit off-putting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mary J. Wightman
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Let me make this clear, I don't want to misrepresent myself. I was in the U.S Army from 1972-1974 and 1978 to 1998. I didn't go to Vietnam. The U.S. had less than 50,000 troops there in 1972 and didn't need Military Policeman/ sentry dog handlers (my job). I did participate in the first Gulf... Read More
Aug 12, 2008 by Keith Gander | See all 8 posts
|Aussies in Vietnam||
It is pretty obvious that you are the one who hasn't learned a thing. Please note the following spelling corrections to your posting, thanks, both, cases, time, which, involved, Boer, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, unfortunately, haven't, committing, crimes, Iraq, persecuted. It is hard to believe you... Read More
Jun 9, 2008 by Cameron Bruce | See all 8 posts
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