Vietnam: The Ten Thousand Day War. - Volume 4.

United States, 1980

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Siege - covers the 77-day siege of Khe Sahn and the explosion of the Tet Offensive, and how these battles intensified the anti-war sentiment in the U.S. “Frontline America” - continues the examination of American dissent, giving an overview of President Nixon’s determination to obtain peace through pressure.

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Information Television Productions

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Ian Macleod

Ron Kelly

Paul Lang

Don North

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01:38:00:00

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United States
Production dates
1980

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