The Vietnam War (Made Possible by the Generosity of the USMA Class of 1965)

In what may well be the nation's most controversial war, the US sent nearly three million men and women to fight communism in Southeast Asia. Nearly 60,000 Americans died before it all ended with the collapse of Saigon in 1975.   In this collection, veterans speak movingly to the story of a war that America lost, and which still casts a long shadow, even fifty years later.