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Director Carl Colby’s compelling portrait of his dad connects two vital relationships—one familial, the other between a man and his country.
Fearless and free-spirited, he pushed the boundaries of life and photography, recording intimate images of combat that helped shift the course of the war. by Seth Mydans at the New York Times Tim Page, one of the pre-eminent photographers of the Vietnam War, known as...
Veterans groups, family members, longtime advocate Jon Stewart and others gathered outside the Capitol after the vote to voice their outrage.
That Craig McNamara has survived, and thrived, and given us this staggering book, is something of a miracle.
But count on Washington to interpret the Russia-Ukraine War as an imperative of militant American globalism.
“Because Our Fathers Lied: A Memoir of Truth and Family, from Vietnam to Today” reckons with the tolls of decisions and responsibility.
A film for high school students and teachers about the history of the Viet Nam War, composed of photographs from that war (45 min.).
His circle included Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin. Founder of the The Realist, he was called the “father of the underground press”.
Thoughts on “Nothing is Impossible: America’s Reconciliation with Vietnam” by Ted Osius, US ambassador to Vietnam, 2014-2017.