Vietnam War Lessons - The Long Way Home Project
During the period 1964 until 1975 over 2.59 million American servicemen and women served their country in the Vietnam War. 58,202 made the ultimate sacrifice. The Long Way Home Project is dedicated to their families and to all those who have risked everything for the cause of freedom and democracy.
A four part documentary series on the Vietnam War which won the prestigious Golden Jury Selection Award at the Houston International Film Festival and is introduced by General Noman Schwarzkopf. The series gives an accurate depiction of the war from those that served during that tumultuous time in our nation's history. Part I. Men Versus Myth. The veterans of Vietnam speak out. What they have to say will turn upside down everything you've seen in the movies and heard from the media. Part II. How We Won the War. Provocative and startling; the untold story of the war. Dramatic new information and exclusive insight from leaders of this critical period in history. Part III. How We Lost the War. Powerful commentary from experts of the era; Secretary of Defense James R. Schlesinger; noted historian Dr. Lewis Sorley; Bill Le Gro- Chief of US Intelligence in Vietnam; and many others. The lessons of the war from those that know. Part IV. The New Diaspora. Harrowing escapes from the Communist regime. Horrors of the "re-education" camps. Insight into the long history of the Vietnamese people and their inspirational struggles to reach freedom.
"I'm proud to introduce The Long Way Home Project a documentary film series about our nations longest conflict -the War in Vietnam. For over a quarter century since the war, there have been a number of films that attempted to cipher the complexities of that struggle, some had merit, many did not. Now The Long Way Home Project will give all viewers a powerful new perspective on the events that shaped that war and the men who fought it."
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