A 10-part series about the Vietnam War by the documentarian Ken Burns. The first and second episode provide context for how the war started. Other episodes explore the war from the Vietnamese perspective, as well as how people of color and women were involved.
In this half-hour audio interview from 2010, the author discusses interviewed the book, particularly its importance to veterans, and reflects on the place it now holds in the American canon.
An hour-long audio collection from The Moth, a storytelling podcast. The three stories included are a soldier’s story from Vietnam, as well as one from a female nurse who served during the war, and another from a Vietnamese man who tried to save his brothers during an American attack.
This website allows users to explore the Vietnam War Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., including a chance to look at letters and mementos left by visitors.
An op-ed from The New York Times, in which the author, a Vietnam War veteran, examines the ways American culture and society was changed by the Vietnam War.
On the 50th anniversary of one of the most horrific incidents of the war, Vietnamese survivors recall the incident.
The song, one of Springsteen’s most famous, is in the voice of a Vietnam veteran reflecting on his experience in the war 10 years after he has returned.