Thanks to YouTube, I am able to post all six segments of this documentary(approx 45 minutes each) on my blog.  This film documents the Vietnam War in the words of Americans who served there.  It features home movies and real archival footage collected during a worldwide search and now shown in High Definition.  Many scenes are graphic in nature and viewer discretion is advised.  It’s best to watch in full screen.

“Over 2.5 million Americans served in Vietnam
It’s not the war you know – it’s the war they fought!”
“You know they say the World War II guys were the best generation.
Well, those who fought wars since… were the best of their generation.
They  went… they served… they sacrificed… and they fought like tigers…”

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