Vietnam in HD (2011– )
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Peace with Honor 

Bob Clewell's helicopter crew comes under intense fire in one of the final operations of the war. Joe Galloway returns to Vietnam and in Washington, D.C., Barry Romo throws down his medals ... See full summary »

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... Elizabeth Allen
... Joe Galloway (voice)
... Bob Clewell (voice)
... Keith Connolly
... Raymond Torres
... Barry Romo (voice)
... Gery Benedetti
... Anne Purcell (voice)
... Don Devore
... Karl Marlantes
... Arthur Wiknik
... James Anderson
... Charles Brown
... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Bob Clewell ... Himself - Vietnam Veteran
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Bob Clewell's helicopter crew comes under intense fire in one of the final operations of the war. Joe Galloway returns to Vietnam and in Washington, D.C., Barry Romo throws down his medals in protest. The last American troops return home and POW wife Anne Purcell awaits word of her husband's fate. The fall of Saigon brings the unification of Vietnam. Written by Anonymous

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Peace with Honor
5 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

Vietnam in HD: Peace with Honor (2011)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

The sixth and final episode in The History Channel documentary covers the final years of the war as protests reach a level high with 800 Vietnam vets marching on Washington and throwing away the medals they were awarded. The peace talks in Paris finally lead to all sides coming to an agreement to end the war. We also pick up the story of journalist Joe Galloway who agrees to return to Vietnam six years after he left. Anne Purcell also finally gets the news that her POW husband is going to be released. The final stages of the war are also discussed as South Vietnamese troops are geared to take over and the Americans are forced off the ground as Operation Lam Son 719 goes into full effect. This final episode contains all the actual footage from these battles as well as footage from LZ Lolo and the fall of Saigon. I think this footage is going to be what really draws people to this documentary because the actual battle footage is still quite chilling and rather jaw-dropping. As usual, there are many great stories told and it's fascinating hearing from the veterans about what they were feeling learning that the war was over as well as getting their thoughts on returning home to a place where they felt unwelcome. It's also interesting to hear their thoughts today about not being welcomed home with much love from the country. This final episode also tells the story of what happened in Vietnam once the war ended and the U.S. newspapers seemed to forget as bigger things started to happen here including the fall of Nixon.


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