A six-year project from conception to completion, Vietnam: A Television History carefully analyzes the costs and consequences of a controversial but intriguing war. From the first hour through the last, the series provides a detailed visual and oral account of the war that changed a generation and continues to color American thinking on many military and foreign policy issues.
- imDb Rating: 8.6 (261 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
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- Rated: N/A
- Released: 04 Oct 1983
- Runtime: 660 min
- Genre: Documentary, History, War
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Will Lyman
- Language: English, French, Vietnamese, Khmer
- Country: USA, UK, France
- Awards: 2 wins.
- Total Seasons: 1
The End of the Tunnel (1973-1975)
Episode 1x11; Dec 06, 1983
1x11: The End of the Tunnel (1973-1975)
1x10: Homefront USA
1x9: Peace is at Hand (1968-1973)
1x8: Cambodia and Laos
1x7: Vietnamizing the War (1969-1973)
1x6: Tet 1968
1x5: America's Enemy (1954-1967)
1x4: America Takes Charge (1965-1967)
1x3: LBJ Goes to War (1964-1965)
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|1||1||Roots of a War (1945-1953)||1983-10-04||60|
|2||2||America's Mandarin (1954-1963)||1983-10-04||60|
|3||3||LBJ Goes to War (1964-1965)||1983-10-11||60|
|4||4||America Takes Charge (1965-1967)||1983-10-18||60|
|5||5||America's Enemy (1954-1967)||1983-10-25||60|
|7||7||Vietnamizing the War (1969-1973)||1983-11-08||60|
|8||8||Cambodia and Laos||1983-11-15||60|
|9||9||Peace is at Hand (1968-1973)||1983-11-22||60|
|11||11||The End of the Tunnel (1973-1975)||1983-12-06||60|
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