An Uncommon War: USAF in Vietnam
ANOTHER VIETNAM NORTH VIETNAMESEIMAGES SHOW UNSEEN SIDE OF WAR
Another part of the memorial is the Vietnam Women’s Memorial. The statue is dedicated to the women of the United States who served in the Vietnam War. They risked their lives to care for the countries wounded and dying soldiers. The sculpture depicts three women in uniforms caring for a wounded soldier. The woman looking up is named Hope, the woman praying is named Faith, and the woman tending to a wounded soldier is named Charity. It was designed by Glenna Goodacre and dedicated on November 11, 1993. The memorial receives approximately three million visitors a year.
October 15, 1965: Anti-Vietnam war rallies are held in four U.S.
In 1975, two years after the Americans left, South Vietnam was united with the North - it was now a communist state. What was the lasting effect of war on America and Vietnam?
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY AND THE VIETNAM WAR
Includes speeches by Fanny Lou Hamer, Ron Dellums (Berkeley City Council), Joe Cole (one of Fort Jackson Eight/GIs United Against the War in Vietnam [see ; , 1970]), and Dan Siegel (UC Berkeley Student Body President).
Lessons Of The Vietnam War: An Interview With Noam Chomsky
In the broadcast, addressed to "Dear American Friends", Pham said: "This fall large sections of the American people, encouraged and supported by many peace-and-justice-loving American personages, are launching a broad and powerful offensive throughout the United States to demand that the Nixon Administration put an end to the Vietnam aggressive war and immediately bring all American troops home..." Nixon immediately sends Vice President Agnew before the press to demand that the leaders and sponsors of the Moratorium repudiate the support of a regime that "has on its hands the blood of forty thousand Americans." Not surprisingingly the Moritorium leaders refuse.
Medal of Sacrifice, Vietnam War,Display Recognition and Hardware
Segments are censored by the network include a special 1968 Mother's Day message which ends with the words "Please talk peace" (referring to the Vietnam War); Harry Belafonte singing before a backdrop of disturbing images from the 1968 Democratic Party convention in Chicago; an interview with Dr.