Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War. - Volume 6.

United States, 1980

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Peace - is a history of the search for peace throughout the war. The ultimate ceasefire is seen by the U.S. as ‘peace with honour’, and by Saigon as a sellout. “Surrender” - examines the final offensive in 1975, two years after America’s withdrawal. “The Unsung Soldiers” - views the silent homecoming of the veterans. The post war world is unrewarding and sometimes hostile towards men who fought in America’s first ‘defeat’.

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Don North

Ian Macleod

Paul Lang

Ron Kelly

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01:38:00:00

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United States
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1980

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