Arts of War

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‘The Witness’ Doc: Gripping and Unpredictable

January 5, 2017

The Witness is a gripping documentary that contains surprising information about the infamous murder of a woman named Kitty Genovese in 1964. If her name rings a bell, you likely remember that the 28-year-old woman…

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Dartmouth Vietnam Project

January 4, 2017

Ed Miller, a history professor at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, directs a unique and innovative program at the college: The Dartmouth Vietnam Project, an oral history endeavor that trains Dartmouth undergrad students to interview…

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David Berry, 1943-2016

December 26, 2016

David Berry, the playwright and screenwriter whose acclaimed 1977 play, "G.R. Point" was based on his service in the Vietnam War, died December 16 at age 73 following a heart attack. Berry joined the Army in 1968 after graduating…

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Former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel stands next to his quote in a hallway dedicated to veterans of the Vietnam War at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., Dec. 20, 2016. (DOD photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jette Carr)

Pentagon Opens Vietnam War Exhibit

December 21, 2016

The Department of Defense officially opened an exhibit at the Pentagon yesterday (December 20, 2016) honoring American military personnel who served during the Vietnam War. Former U.S. Senator and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, a…

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Nguyen Ngoc Luong, 1936-2016

December 8, 2016

Nguyen Ngoc Luong, a guide, translator, journalist, and photographer who worked closely with New York Times Vietnam War correspondents Gloria Emerson, Malcolm Brown, Fox Butterfield, Ralph Blumenthal, and Peter Shipler, died October 27 in Saigon.…

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Author Query: Vietnam War Nurses

December 6, 2016

Michael Burns, a Vietnam War veteran, would like to hear from nurses who served in the Vietnam War for a book he is writing. If you would like to help, or for more information, write…

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A Tribute to Two Vietnam Veterans

December 5, 2016

Arnold Isaacs, the former Baltimore Sun Vietnam War correspondent and author best known for Without Honor: Defeat in Vietnam and Cambodia, has written a moving tribute to two Vietnam War veteran friends: the journalist and author…

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Free Digital Novel to Vietnam Veterans

November 30, 2016

Bill Yancey is offering free digital copies of his new novel, Abandoned: MIA in Vietnam, to all Vietnam War veterans. Just send an email to wbyauthor@bellsouth.net, identify yourself as a Vietnam veteran, and specify whether you'd…

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Author Query: ISO Veterans of Tigerland at Fort Polk

November 22, 2016

Dorothy Shrager, an author in California, is working on a project dealing with the Vietnam War. She would like to contact Vietnam veterans who went through Basic Training or Infantry AIT at Tigerland at Fort…

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‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Doc

November 22, 2016

Filmmaker and composer Soren Sorensen narrates his documentary My Father's Vietnam, a personal look at his father Peter's Vietnam War experience. The film also pays tribute to two men Peter Sorensen knew in Vietnam who died in…

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