A Sense of Revolution: During the Vietnam War, student protesters from East Tennessee were on the front lines of dissent. We talk to former protesters and Vietnam veterans about the ...
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It was the time of the Cold War and the bloodiest and most lossy military confrontation within it. Vietnam, a country of almost 30 million inhabitants at the time, became the location of a ... See full summary »
A Sense of Revolution: During the Vietnam War, student protesters from East Tennessee were on the front lines of dissent. We talk to former protesters and Vietnam veterans about the anti-war movement on local campuses. Join East Tennessee PBS as we uncover the issues and the controversy behind the peace movement that divided a nation. A True American: During the Vietnam War, African-Americans heeded the call to duty. Follow the journey of 5 veterans from East Tennessee as they encounter the enemy overseas and their own struggles back home. Get to know these local heroes and discover why each can be called "A True American." Generations: Vietnam veterans from East Tennessee discuss their wartime experiences with local veterans of more recent conflicts. Hear frank talk about war between service members from different generations. Find out how their war experiences have affected each of them. Counsellors from the Helen Ross McNabb Center's Military Services provide a perspective on ...Written by