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Conflict and Peace in the 20th Century
This program explores key global conflicts since the end of World War I, including World War II, the Cold War, other regions of conflict including Afghanistan and Iraq, and the rise of global terrorism.
A part of the series America in the 20th Century.
It was the longest war in America’s history and the most divisive in more than a century. This program explores the genesis of America’s painful military “quagmire” from the roots of Vietnamese nationalism through a century of French colonial rule to the first Indochina war; it then takes viewers from John F. Kennedy’s initial deployment of military advisers through increases and escalations under the Johnson administration to the final, tragic moments of Saigon’s fall in the spring of 1975.
DVDs must be viewed in the library. Search for more using the SC4 Library Catalog.