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Vietnam in HD (Classroom Edition) DVD


Vietnam in HD (Classroom Edition) DVD

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  • Additional Details
  • Format: DVD
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Run Time: 342 Minutes
  • Studio: A&E Home Video
  • Closed Captioning: Yes
Their story is in danger of being lost to history. These are the men who won every battle in a lost war. Through a collection of color Vietnam footage never seen by the public from private collections, museums, the U.S. government, veterans’ and news organizations, as well as sources from Vietnam, they tell their stories and relive their struggles, courage and fears.

From the massive initial troop build-up in 1965 to the fall of Saigon a decade later, students will see how the conflict unfolds against a backdrop of domestic change and upheaval. Primary source footage and the personal stories of those who experienced the war help illustrate the impact of U.S. involvement in Vietnam*, and give students the tools necessary to analyze U.S. policies and the consequences of the escalation.

Discs 1 and 2: Complete Broadcast Episodes
The Beginning (1964-1965) / Search & Destroy (1966 – 1969)
The Tet Offensive (1968) / An Endless War (1968 – 1969)
A Changing War (1969 -1970) / Peace with Honor (1971-1975)

Disc 3: Three 20-minute clips, ideal for classroom viewing, summarizing the escalation of the war and key turning points
Early Years: 1964 – 1969
The Tet Offensive
Later Years: 1969 - 1975

Downloadable Classroom Materials: Teacher’s Guide, Full-color map of Vietnam

This Classroom Edition includes documentary video correlated to state and national teaching standards, exclusive print and/or electronic instructional materials, and teacher resources that correlate to the common scope and sequence of high school curriculum. For additional resources, please visit www.history.com/classroom.

*HISTORY® recommends that teachers preview all material prior to student viewing.

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