East Tennessee's sons remember Vietnam

East Tennessee's sons remember Vietnam

There are 1 comment on the Knoxville News Sentinel story from Jul 29, 2012, titled East Tennessee's sons remember Vietnam. In it, Knoxville News Sentinel reports that:

Vietnam, a long and lean jagged piece of country snaking down the borders of Laos and Cambodia in Southeast Asia, was a game-changer for the United States in the 1960s.American sons and daughters, children of the Greatest Generation whose fathers had fought in both World War II and Korea, were now told that their war had arrived, they would have to ... (more)

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peter Ramsey

Ilford, UK

#1 Jul 29, 2012
i did told my children as a same storied,,
between wars and peace,,

and i did tell them that,,any nation going to wars with,, just good for those political officer,,

N,F,G,for solders and Civilians,,in the end i tell that,,them NORTH,,AND SOUTH OF VIETNAM,,,,they are two faces,,political fabricated,,and under influence of RESOURCES,,



in the end,,vietnamese are stupid any ways,,

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