Last Chance to See the ‘Remembering Vietnam’ Exhibit at the Nat’l Archives in D.C.

“Remembering Vietnam: Twelve Critical Episodes in the Vietnam War,” a pioneering exhibit that opened at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., on Veterans Day 2017 and was slated to end on January 6 this year, has been extended through the end of February.

As Xande Anderer noted in his VVA Veteran feature article on the exhibit last year: “While there are plenty of excellent museums with display cases full of helmets and M-16s, the National Archives instead chose to assemble this exhibit of original, primary-source documents that well illustrate the decisions made by the architects of the Vietnam War and help untangle why the United States became involved in Southeast Asia.”

Those documents include the Tonkin Gulf Resolution, AKA the Joint Resolution for the Maintenance of Peace and Security in Southeast Asia, 8/10/1964.

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