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Episode 9: The Marine Corps was the thing that I did that gave me my own confidence in myself.
Some soldiers in Vietnam fought bravely, and then came home to oppose the war theyâ€™d served in. Their experiences are a reminder that Vietnam mixed up American notions of patriotism. As Ken and Lynn explain, weâ€™re still trying to piece it back together.
Aired 2 years ago 22:46
Episode 4: We want the dead to come back to us.
Many of the Gold Star parents who lost their children in Vietnam are aging, and as they are, their stories are being lost. Alyssa finds out how Lynn Novick and Ken Burns found Jean-Marie Crocker, a Gold Star mother.
Aired 2 years ago 26:25
Episode 7: It's torturing me and I needed to tell you this.
In America, the My Lai massacre helped turn Americans against the war, while in Vietnam, atrocities such as the massacre at Hue are still taboo subjects. Alyssa asks Ken and Lynn about telling stories of brutality and survival.