Direct from the National Archives, these films were selected for their historical significance; uncut and uncensored.
“This DVD set is a visual record of the sights and sounds of brave American servicemen and women living, fighting, and dying in a strange land far away from their homes. It tells the story of the Vietnam War and America’s involvement in Southeast Asia from 1963–1975, as captured through the lens of the combat camera. These official films, preserved in the National Archives, were selected by our film archivists as vivid examples of the U.S. Armed Forces engagement in military and humanitarian actions during this pivotal period in American history.” Leslie Waffen - Chief, Motion Picture, Sound & Video Branch, National Archives and Records Administration
6 DVD set. Viewing time: 12 hours.
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