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Vietnam in HD

e123easd

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If you haven't seen this yet, it is a must see. One of the best vietnam war documentaries I've ever seen by far. Its all on youtube. Here is the first episode, find the others on youtube.

 
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SongSungAU

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Thanks very much for your post, e123easd. It looks good. It will take a while to watch them all.

I guess there are six parts. I've rounded up the links ....

The Beginning (1964-1965), Part 1 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (43 min 34 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cH1kBmmf3w

Search & Destroy (1966-1967), Part 2 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (43 min 33 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7HU086Ouo0

The Tet Offensive (1968), Part 3 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (43 min 37 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FawPEiXwFFE

An Endless War (1968-1969), Part 4 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (43 min 21 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjFHx_tJbbU

A Changing War (1969-1970), Part 5 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (43 min 38 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knXeEQ97TVY

Peace with Honor (1971-1975), Part 6 - Vietnam in HD - History Channel (42 min 21 sec):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2M5L3PSr2Q
 

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Yup, 6 episodes. I watched them all in like 2 days. Figured everyone here would enjoy watching them!
 

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If you haven't seen this yet, it is a must see. One of the best vietnam war documentaries I've ever seen by far. Its all on youtube. Here is the first episode, find the others on youtube.

Thank you for a really good post.

A great number of people view the Viet Nam war, as a series of both political complacency and blunders/disasters thereof.And in consequence its opposite bury their own heads in the sand and pretend patriotism.

This proved a turning point for the 1st time in military history.

National service terminated.

From the social perspective, (and generated from the social realisation of the Korean conflict just 10 yrs prior,) a social mass awakened such arousals.

Nation begun to feel the sense/effects of individual loss for the 1st time, and thus discarding the sense of justice. A watershed in the books of history. .


Just my thoughts. Yet such a fascinating period in history.
SH
 
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"THERE IS NO WAR LIKE A ROCK 'N ROLL WAR" ~ kf

Nice find! Excellent post! I think I finally found something to do on a rainy day...
 

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Those of you who are thinking of standing up to an oppresive Federal Regime would be wise to study the tactics of the NVA and their province malitias:




Rice pounding gooks on bicycles show you how to beat uncle sams' green machine:
 
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